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Kronstadt and the End of the Revolution

A Re-Post from March 2015 It was the first weeks of March, 1921 in the new Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Kronstadt was and still is a naval fortress on an island in the Gulf of Finland. It served … Continue reading

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Kronstadt and the End of the Revolution

It was the first weeks of March, 1921 in the new Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Kronstadt was and still is a naval fortress on an island in the Gulf of Finland. It served as headquarters of Russia‚Äôs Baltic … Continue reading

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“If Voting Changed Anything, They’d Make It Illegal!”

So said Emma Goldman, the anarchist, who considered it to be an honor to be the first political agitator to be deported from the United States. Yesterday we had another election. Do you think it mattered? Do you think anything … Continue reading

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