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Letter to the press stating Goldman's position on birth control

Letter to the Press From Emma Goldman, page 1, February 11, 1916

Letter to the press stating Goldman's position on birth control
First page of Emma Goldman's open letter to the press, written a few days after she was arrested, on February 11, 1916, for speaking out on birth control, illegal at the time under the Comstock Law.
Courtesy of the International Institute of Social History.
Author(s)
Goldman, Emma
Date / time
11 February 1916
Institution
International Institute of Social History

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Letter to the Press From Emma Goldman, page 2, February 11, 1916

Letter to the press stating Goldman's position on birth control
First page of Emma Goldman's open letter to the press, written a few days after she was arrested, on February 11, 1916, for speaking out on birth control, illegal at the time under the Comstock Law.
Courtesy of the International Institute of Social History.
Author(s)
Goldman, Emma
Date / time
11 February 1916
Institution
International Institute of Social History

Related content:

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