My Disillusionment in Russia

“I saw before me the Bolshevik State, formidable, crushing every constructive revolutionary effort, suppressing, debasing, and disintegrating everything.”

Emma Goldman     1923     263p     5 x 8

In December 1919, Goldman and over two hundred other political dissidents were deported from America as part of the Red Scare of 1917-1920. Upon reaching Russia, Goldman observed the Russian Revolution for two years, eventually denouncing the Bolsheviks and their repressive state machinery entirely. This is her account.

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