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The Collected Works of Lucy Parsons

Lucy Parsons was such a powerful woman that the state considered her a political threat even after her death. So when Lucy Parsons died in a fire in 1942, the police seized and destroyed her letters, writings and library from the charred remains of her home. It is unknown whether any copies of these works actually exist.

Below are links to some of her published writings:

The Life of Albert Parsons

"A Word to Tramps", The Alarm, vol. 1, no. 1 (Chicago: Oct. 4, 1884), pg. 1.

The Principles of Anarchism

The Voice of the People will yet be Heard

1905 Speech to the IWW

I Am an Anarchist


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