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Goldman

[gohld-muh n] /ˈgoʊld mən/
noun
1.
Edwin Franko
[frang-koh] /ˈfræŋ koʊ/ (Show IPA),
1878–1956, U.S. composer and bandmaster.
2.
Emma, 1869–1940, U.S. anarchist leader, born in Russia.
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  • The book enthralled Goldman and remained a source of inspiration throughout her life.
  • Goldman wanted to join her sister, but their father refused to allow it.
  • Her parents considered her behavior loose and refused to allow Goldman into their home.
  • On her first day in the city, Goldman met two men who would forever change her life.
  • Goldman began speaking to crowds of frustrated men and women in new york.
  • To make money, Goldman decided to pursue the medical work she had studied in prison.
  • Although turner and the league lost, Goldman considered it a victory of propaganda.
  • Two years later Goldman began feeling frustrated with lecture audiences.
  • Goldman saw the decision as an exercise in militarist aggression, driven by capitalism.
  • Goldman found it difficult to acclimate to the german leftist community.

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