Mother Earth. Vol. 5 No. 9. November, 1910.
Contents: Observations and Comments: Capitalist Conspiracy; Free Speech in Fresno; James Wilson; Canadian Servility; Ferrer and Comstock; Exchange of Compliments; Censorship in Canada; Ferrer Anniversary; The Spirit of France, All for the Cause by William Morris, The Martyrs of Chicago by H. Kelly, Lectures by Emma Goldman, What is Worth While? by Adeline Champney, Anarchism by Francis W.L. Adams,The Need of Translating Ideals into Life by Alexander Berkman, The Anarchists by Bolton Hall, Among Books by Hippolyte Havel.
Mother Earth was an anarchist magazine begin in 1906 and first edited by Emma Goldman in New York City. Alexander Berkman, became editor in 1907 after his release from prison until 1915.The journal has a history in the Free Society publication which had moved from San Francisco to New York City. Goldman was again editor in 1915 as the magazine was opposed to US entry into World War One and was closed down as a violator of the Espionage Act in 1917 with Goldman and Berkman, who had begun editing The Blast, being deported in 1919.
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