Anarchism: What it really stands for and A New Declaration of Independence by Emma Goldman.

Published by In The Spirit Of Emma

22 Pages – English

Originally published in 1910 & 1909 (respectively) in Mother Earth.

The first of these essays sees Goldman refute some objections to anarchism and some misinterpretations of it. The second sees her pen an anarchist version of the declaration of independence. Also includes a reproduction of her speech that allegedly incited the assassination of William McKinley by Leon Czolgosz.

Print copy 150dpi first-last landscape layout, 15.9MB.

Reading copy  100dpi, sequential portrait layout, 6.7MB.


A short introduction to the life and ideas of Emma Goldman
by Bernard Dubbeld

12 pages – English

Original publication date: Unknown (circa 2000)

A condensed but concise and straightforward introduction to the extraordinary life and work one of the foundational writers and activists in anarchism.

Print copy 150dpi, first-last landscape layout, 8.2MB.
Reading copy 72dpi, sequential portrait layout, 2.6MB.