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Emma Goldman Bibliography


By Emma Goldman

Goldman, Emma and Johann Most (1896). "Anarchy Defended by Anarchists," 
    Metropolitan Magazine, vol. IV, No. 3; October.
Goldman, Emma (1897). "Anarchy." Labor Leader. XXI 
	(June 5, 1897).
--- (1906). "The Tragedy of Woman's "Emancipation." Mother Earth. v.1
	(March 1906). pp. 9-18.
--- (1906). "The Child and Its Enemies." Mother Earth. v.1 (April 1906). 
	pp. 7-14.
--- (1907). "La Ruche (The Beehive)." Mother Earth. v.2 (November 1907). 
	pp. 275-77.
--- (1908). A Beautiful Ideal. Chicago: J.C. Hart 
	and Company. 
--- (1908). "Patriotism: A Menace to Liberty." New York: Mother 
	Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1908). "What I Believe." New York World (July 19, 1908).
--- (1908). What I believe.  2d ed. New York: Mother 
	Earth Publishing Association. 
--- (1909). "The Easiest Way: An Appreciation."  Mother Earth. v.4 (May
	 1909). pp. 86-92.
--- (1909). "Francisco Ferrer."  Mother Earth. v. 4 (November 1909). 
	pp. 275-77.
--- (1910). Anarchism and Other Essays: with 
	biographic sketch by Hippolyte Havel. New 
	York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.
	Reprint, New York: Dover, 1969. 
--- (1910). "The White Slave traffic." New York: Mother Earth 
	Publishing Association.
--- (1910). "The White Slave Traffic."  Mother Earth. v.4 (January 
	1910). pp. 344-51.
--- (1911). "Anarchism: What It Really Stands For." New York: 
	Mother Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1911). "The Psychology of Political Violence." New York: 
	Mother Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1911). "Die Masse." Der Sozialist. Berlin: 
	August 1, 1911.
--- (1913). "Syndicalism: Its Theory and Practice."  Mother Earth. v.7
	(January 1913). pp. 373-78.
--- (1913). "Syndicalism: Its Theory and Practice." Mother Earth. v.7
	(February 1913). pp. 417-22.
--- (1913). "Victims of Morality." Mother Earth. v.8 (March 1913). 
	pp. 19-24.
--- (1913). "The Failure of Christianity." Mother Earth. v.8 (April
	1913). pp. 41-48.
--- (1913). Victims of Morality, and The Failure of 
	Christianity: two lectures by Emma Goldman. New York: 
	Mother Earth Publishing Assoc.
--- (1913). "Syndicalism: The Modern Menace to Capitalism."
	 New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1914). The Social Significance of the Modern Drama
	Boston: Gorham Press.
--- (1914). "Marriage and Love." 2nd ed. New York: Mother Earth 
	Publishing Association.
--- (1914). "La Tragédie de L'Emancipation Féminine", 
	trans. E. Armand. St. Joseph, Orleans, France: La Laborlease.
--- (1914). "Intellectual Proletarians."  Mother Earth. v.8 (February
	1914). pp. 363-70.
--- (1915). "Preparedness: The Road to Universal Slaughter."  Mother
	Earth. v.10 (December 1915). pp. 331-38.
--- (1916). "The Philosophy of Atheism."  Mother Earth. v.10
	(1916). pp. 410-16.
--- (1916). "The Social Aspects of Birth Control."  Mother Earth. v.11
	(April 1916). pp. 468-75.
--- (1916). Philosophy of Atheism and the Failure of Christianity. 
	New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 
--- (1916). "Preparedness: The Road to Universal Slaughter." New York: 
	Mother Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1917). "The Promoters of the War Mania."  Mother Earth. v.12 (March
	1917). pp. 5-11.
--- (1917). "The Woman Suffrage Chameleon."  Mother Earth. v.12 (May
	1917). pp. 78-81.
--- (1917). "The Holiday."  Mother Earth. v.12 (June 1917). p. 97.
--- (1917). "Trial and Speech of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman 
	in the United States District Court, in the  City of New York, 
	July, 1917." New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.
--- (1917). Francisco ferrer and the modern school. New York City, NY: Mother Earth 
	Publishing Assosiation.
--- (1918).  "The Truth About the Bolsheviki." New York: Mother 
	Earth Publishing Association. 
--- (1919). Deportation: Its Meaning and Menace. New York: Mother Earth
	Publishing Assoc.
--- (1919). "A Fragment of the Prison Experiences of Emma Goldman 
	and Alexander Berkman." New York: Stella Comyn.
--- (1922) The Crushing of the Russian Revolution.
	London: Freedom Press.
--- (1922). "Bolsheviks Shooting Anarchists." Freedom. London:
--- (1922). "Russia." New York World. New York: March 26 
	through April 4, 1922.
--- (1922). "Persecution of Russian Anarchists." Freedom. 
	London: August 1922.
--- (1922). "The Bolshevik Government and the Anarchists." Freedom. 
	London: October.
--- (1923). My Disillusionment in Russia. Garden City, 
	New York: Doubleday; reprint, New York: Thomas 
	Crowell, 1970.
--- (1923) Dos Anos in Russia.  New York: Aurora.
--- (1924). My Further Disillusionment in Russia. Garden City, NY: 
	Doubleday, Page and Co. 
--- (1924). "Women of the Russian Revolution." Time and Tide (England), 
	May 8, 1924, p. 452.
--- (1925). The Bolshevik Myth. New York: Boni 
	& Liveright.
--- (1925). My Disillusionment in Russia. London: C.W. Daniel Co.  
	(complete uncut text).
--- (1925). "War Against War." The Hague: International Anti-Militarist 
--- (1925). "Appeal by Alexander Berkman, Emma Goldman, and Others." 
	Letters from Russian Prisons. ed. Roger Baldwin. New York: 
	Albert and Charles Boni. 
--- (1925)."Russian Trade Unionism". Westminister Gazette. 
	England: April 7.
--- (1925). "Women of the Russian Revolution." Time and Tide.
	England: May 8.
--- (1926). "Johann Most." American Mercury. VIII. 
	June: 158-66.
---  (1926). "Foremost Russian Dramatists." Unpublished manuscript, 
	International Institute for Social History, folder EGIII.
--- (1926). "Reflections on the General Strike." Freedom. London:
--- (1931). Living My Life.  New York: Knopf. 
--- (1931). "The Voyage of the Buford." American Mercury. XXIII. 
	July, pp. 276-86.
--- (1931). "The Assassination of McKinley." American Mercury.
	XXIV. September, pp. 53-67.
--- (1931). "Emma Goldman Defends Her Attack on Henry George." The 
	Road to Freedom. VIII, no. 3. November.
--- (1932). "Most Dangerous Woman in the World Views U.S.A. from Europe." 
	British Guiana New Day Chronicle. February 21. 
--- (1932). Voltairine De Cleyre, Berkeley Heights, N.J.: 
	Oriole Press. 
--- (1932). "America by Comparison." In American's Abroad, 1918-1931.
	 ed. Peter Neagoe. The Hague: Servire Press.
--- (1934). "The Tragedy of the Political Exiles." Nation, October 10,
	1934, pp. 401-2. 
--- (1934). "Was My Life Worth Living?" Harper's Monthly Magazine. 
	CLXX. December: 52-58.
--- (1935). "There Is No Communism In Russia." American Mercury. 
	XXXIV. April: 393-401. (French Version)
--- (1936). "Anarchists and Elections". Vanguard. June-July.
--- (1936). "Anarchists and Elections." Vanguard. III. August-
	September: pp. 19-20.
--- (1936). "Berkman's Last Days." Vanguard. III. August-September:
	pp. 12-13.
--- (1936). "Emma Goldman's First Address to the Spanish Comrades at 
	a Mass-Meeting Attended by Ten-Thousand People." CNT-AIT-FAI. 
	September 25. 
--- (1936). "Enlarged Text of Emma Goldman's Radio Talk in Barcelona, 
	23 September 1936." CNT-AIT-FAI. September 25. 
--- (1936)."Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy They First Strike Mad." 
	CNT-AIT-FAI October 6. 
--- (1936). "The Soviet Executions." Vanguard. III. October-
	November: 10.
--- (1937). "Emma Goldman on the United Front in 
	Spain". Spanish Revolution. January 8, 1937.
--- (1937). "The Soviet Political Machine." Spain and the World. I 
	June 4: 3.
--- (1937). "Naïve Anarchists." (letter). New York Times. 
	July 4.
--- (1937). "Madrid is the Wonder of the World." Spain and the World.
	I. October 13.
--- (1937). "Reports on Spain." Spanish Revolution. December 6. 
--- (1938). "Trotsky Protests Too Much." Glaskow: Anarchist 
	Communist Federation.
--- (1938). "Preface." Pensieri e battadlie. Camillo Berneri. Paris:
	Edito a Cura Dei Comitato Camillo Berneri. 
--- (1938). "On Spain." Spanish Revolution. March 21. 
--- (1940). The Place for the Individual in Society. 
	Chicago: Free Society Forum. 
--- (1953). "Letters from Prison." In The Little Review Anthology,
	edited by Margaret Andeerson.  New York: Hermitage Press.
--- (1969). Anarchism and Other Essays. Port 
	Washington, NY: Kennikat Press.
--- (1970) The Traffic in Women and Other Essays on Feminism. Edited by 
	Alix Kates Schulman.  NY: Times Change Press.
--- (1975). Nowhere at Home: The Letters from Exile 
	of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. ed. R. 
	Drinnon and A. M. Drinnon. New York: Shocken.
--- (1979). A Woman Without A Country.  Sanday: 
	Cienfuegos Press.
--- (1983). Vision on Fire: Emma Goldman on the 
	Spanish Revolution. ed. D. Porter. New Paltz, 
	NY: Commonground Press.
--- (1983). Red Emma Speaks: an Emma Goldman Reader. 
	Ed. by Alix Kates Shulman. New York: Schocken 

About Emma Goldman

Anderson, Margaret. "The Challenge of Emma Goldman." Little Review, May 
	1914, 5-9.
Baldwin, R. (1931). "A Challenging Rebel Spirit." New York Herald
	Tribune, October 25, 1931.
Berry, E. (1969). "Rhetoric for the Cause: The Analysis and Criticism of 
	the Persuasive Discourse of Emma Goldman, Anarchist Agitator 1906-1919." 
	Ph.D. dis., University of California at Los Angeles, 1969.
Buhle, M.J. (1985). "Emma Goldman". In These Times. 
	January 23-29, pp. 10-11.
Calberg, John. (1991). Emma Goldman: American Individualist.
     ed. Oscar Handlin.  New York, NY: HarperCollins.
Cole, Stephen. (1995). Emma Goldman: A Guide to Her Life
     and Documentary Sources.  ed. Sally Thomas.
     Alexandria, VA, USA: Chadwyck-Healey.
Drinnon, R. (1957). "Emma Goldman: A Study of American Radicalism." Ph.D. dis., 
	University of Minnesota.
Drinnon, R. (1961). Rebel in Paradise: A Biography of 
	Emma Goldman.  Chicago: University of Chicago 
Duberman, Martin B. (1991). Mother Earth: an epic drama of Emma
    Goldman's life. New York: St. Martin's Press
"Emma Goldman". The Nation. March 21, 1934, p. 320.
Ewing, C. C. "Emma Goldman's Participation in the Labor Free Speech 
	Fight in San Diego 1912-1915." Master's Thesis, University of North 
	Carolina, 1975.
Falk, C. (1984). Love, Anarchy and Emma Goldman. 
	New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
Frazer, W. L. (1974). Emma Goldman and the Iceman Cometh. Gainesville, 
    University Presses of Florida.
Ganguli, B.  Emma Goldman: Portrait Of A Rebel Women.  
	New Delhi:Allied, 1979.
Glassgold, Peter (2001). Anarchy!: an anthology of Emma Goldman's Mother
	earth. Wshington, D.C.: Counterpoint.
Goldsmith, Margaret L. Seven Women Against the World. London: Methuen, 1935. 
Goodway, David (2008). Powys and Goldman: The Letters of John Cowper Powys
	and Emma Goldman. London: Cecil Woolf.
Greenwood, Laura "Goldman's Nietzschean Anarchism: A Greimasian Reading of Minorities 
	versus Majorities", Theory in Action, Vol. 4, No.4, October, 2011.
Haaland, Bonnie. (1993). Emma Goldman: Sexuality and the Impurity 
	of the State. Montreal; New York: Black Rose Books.
Howe, Leslie A. On Goldman. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, c2000.
Ishill, J. (1957). Emma Goldman: A Challenging Rebel.
	Berkeley Heights, NJ: Oreole Press.
Kern, R. (1976). "Anarchist Principles and Spanish 
	Reality: Emma Goldman as a Participant in 
	the Civil War 1936-39". Journal of 
	Contemporary History. vol. 11, no. 293. 
Madison, C. A. (1947). "Emma Goldman: Biographical Sketch." New York: Libertarian 
	Book Club, 1960.  Reprint from Critics and Crusaders. New York: 
	Fredrick Ungar Publishing Company.
Marsh, Margaret S. Anarchist Women 1870-1920, Philadelphia, Temple University 
	Press, 1981. 
McKinley, Blaine (1982). "The Quagmires of Necessity: American Anarchists and Dilemmas 
	of Vocation." American Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 5 (Winter), pp. 503-523.
McManus, M. (1992). "The Rhetorical Failure of Emma Goldman: A Drammatistic and 
	Dialectic Conflict Analysis." Master's thesis, Auburn University.
Moritz, T.  & Albert Moritz (2001). The World's Most Dangerous Woman: A
	New Biography of Emma Goldman. Vancouver, Toronto: Subway Books.
Morton, M. (1992). Emma Goldman and the American Left.
	New York, N.Y.: Twayne Publishers. 
Peirats, J. (1978). Emma Goldman: Anarquista de Ambos 
	Mundos. Madrid: Campo Abierto Ediciones.
Poirier, S. (1988). "Emma Goldman, Ben Reitman, and 
	Reitman's Wives: A Study in Relationships". 
	Women's Studies 14: February, pp. 277-97.
Porter, David (ed). (2006). Vision On Fire: Emma Goldman on The Spanish
	Revolution. AK Press.
Reedy, William Marion (1908). "Emma Goldman, the daughter of the 
Rosenberg, K. (1984). "The 'Autumnal Love' of Red 
	Emma". Harvard Magazine. January-February, 
	pp. 52-56.
Schulman, A. K. (1970). "The Most Dangerous Wopman in the World." Women:  A 
	Journal of Liberation (Spring 1970). Reprinted in The Traffic in 
	Women and Other Essays on Feminism.
Shulman, A. K.  To The Barricades: The Anarchist Life 
	of Emma Goldman.  New York: Crowell, 1971.
Solomon, M. (1987). Emma Goldman. Boston: Twayne 
The Observer (aka: Salem Bland). (1934). "Emma Goldman On Hitlerism." 
	Toronto Daily Star. January 12.
Waldstreicher, David. (1990). Emma Goldman. New York: Chelsea 
	House Publishers.
Weinberger, H. (1940). Emma Goldman: Speech Delivered 
	At Her Funeral, Chicago, May 17th, 1940, Berkeley 
	Heights, N.J.: Oriole Press. 
Wenzer, Kenneth C.  (1996).  Anarchists adrift: Emma Goldman and Alexander 
	Berkman. St. James, NY: Brandywine Press.
Wexler, A. (1980). "The Early Life of Emma Goldman". 
	The Psychohistory Review. 8:4:1-21.
--- (1981). "Emma Goldman on Mary Wollstonecraft". 
	Feminist Studies. Vol. 7, no. 1.
--- (1982). "Emma Goldman in Love". Raritan. 
	vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 131-32.
--- (1984). Emma Goldman in America. Boston: Beacon.
--- (1984). Emma Goldman: An Intimate Life. New York: 
    Pantheon Books.
--- (1989). Emma Goldman in Exile: From the Russian 
	Revolution to the Spanish Civil War. Boston: 
	Beacon Press.


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