Mother Earth, Vol. 1 No. 1, March 1906

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"Mother Earth was an American anarchist journal that described itself as "A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature". Founded in early 1906 and initially edited by Emma Goldman, an activist in the United States, it published articles by contemporary activists and writers in Europe as well as the US, in addition to essays by historic figures." This is Volume 1 of the series - Summary by Wikepedia (2 hr 34 min)


Mother Earth 5:32 Read by Josh Kibbey
The Song of the Storm-Finch 2:01 Read by Larry Wilson
Observations and Comments 7:45 Read by bdanzige
The Tragedy of Women's Emancipation 21:08 Read by Bhavya
Try Love 3:53 Read by Joseph Barbaccia
Without Government 18:37 Read by realisticspeakers
Vive Le Roi 1:35 Read by Josh Kibbey
Reflections of a Rich Man 6:39 Read by Chuck Williamson
Comstockery 30:56 Read by Bill Mosley
Don Quixote and Hamlet 3:51 Read by Jim Gallagher
On the Banks of Acheron 5:13 Read by Larry Wilson
The British Elections and the Labor Parties 11:32 Read by realisticspeakers
And You? 1:40 Read by Chuck Williamson
National Atavism 19:17 Read by realisticspeakers
Mine Owners' Revenge 3:38 Read by Stephen Harvey
International Review 7:02 Read by Stephen Harvey
Literary Notes 3:51 Read by Larry Wilson