Dover Pubns, June 1930 (reprint). Trade Paperback. Used - Good. Item #208175
From Emma Goldman's account the reader can gain insight into a curious personality type of recurrent interest: a woman who devoted her life to erase suffering, yet could make a bomb or assist in staging an assasination. Equally interesting are her comments on other radicals of the period, such as Kropotkin, Berkman, Mooney, Lenin, Trotsky, Haywood, Most, the Haymarket martyrs and many others. Her autobiography, written with vigor, ranks among the finest in English.