Emma Goldman and Rights for Women
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This paper discusses the life and achievements of Emma Goldman, one of the most rebellious individuals of the 1900s who strongly advocated for a number of causes including equality and independence for women, freedom of thought and expression, radical education, sexual freedom and birth control, and union organization and the eight-hour day. The paper comments that many of the things that Godlman fought for (or against) 100 years ago, are just as relevant today as they were then. The paper continues by exploring her fight for women's rights.
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