Emma Goldman (New York City) to Mr. Stokes (n.p.), 1909 September 10

Box 1, Folder 3
8 Leaves
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16 pages; 25 cm
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Goldman defends herself from Stokes' charge that she is a bully, and warns him not to believe newspaper reports. She outlines her methods for obtaining speaking venues, and the harsh response routinely received from police. She defends her right to free speech, and describes the work of the free speech committee. She tells Stokes that whether he assists with the cause is his own affair.

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