Propaganda of the Deed: The Pocket Alexander Berkman

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Propaganda of the Deed: The Pocket Alexander Berkman

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It was July 23, 1892, and Alexander Berkman was planning to die. He just had some business to attend to first. Dressed in a new suit and a black derby hat, Berkman burst into the Pittsburg office of Henry Clay Frick, the notoriously anti-union manager of the Carnegie Steel Company. From his pocket, Berkman produced a pistol.

This pocket-sized book collects the shorter works of one of the world's most influential anarchists.

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