Storm in My Heart: Memories from the Widow of Johann Most

Storm in My Heart Memories from the Widow of Johann Most Partner of one of the most infamous anarchists of her time Johann Most Helene Minkin joined the anarchist movement after emigrating from Russia in with her father and sister Framed as a reactio

  • Title: Storm in My Heart: Memories from the Widow of Johann Most
  • Author: Helene Minkin Tom Goyens
  • ISBN: 9781849351973
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Partner of one of the most infamous anarchists of her time, Johann Most, Helene Minkin joined the anarchist movement after emigrating from Russia in 1888 with her father and sister Framed as a reaction and corrective to Emma Goldman s Living My Life, Minkin s memoir provides a unique account of turn of the century anarchism and immigrant life in the United States PublishPartner of one of the most infamous anarchists of her time, Johann Most, Helene Minkin joined the anarchist movement after emigrating from Russia in 1888 with her father and sister Framed as a reaction and corrective to Emma Goldman s Living My Life, Minkin s memoir provides a unique account of turn of the century anarchism and immigrant life in the United States Published in the Yiddish language newspaper Forverts in 1932, this is its first English translation.Tom Goyens teaches American history at Salisbury University in Maryland He is the author of Beer and Revolution The German Anarchist Movement in New York City, 1880 1914.

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    1. This biography of Johann Most was written by his longtime partner Helen Minkin, who shares her experiences both with Most and as a participant in the anarchist movement. It's definitely worth checking out as it presents a compelling (and different) portrait of Johann Most.

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