Review Of Emma Goldman's Anarchism

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According to The American Heritage Dictionary, anarchism is the belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion. Emma Goldman, however, had different ideas which is why she wrote an entire book titled Anarchism: What it Really Stands for along with her many other writings. According to her, anarchism wasn’t just a definition or an ideology. It was so much more than that. To her, it was a lifestyle. She literally lived and breathed anarchism, that’s how personal it was to her. In fact, once she wrote “I don 't care if a man 's theory for tomorrow is correct, I care if his spirit of today is correct." In other words, Goldman believed that one
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