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  2. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn - Wikiquote

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (August 7, 1890 – September 5, 1964) was a labor leader, activist, and feminist who played a leading role in the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Flynn was a founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union and a visible proponent of women's rights, birth control, and women's suffrage.

  3. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn Biography - American labor leader ...

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (August 7, 1890 – September 5, 1964) was a labor leader, activist, and feminist who played a leading role in the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Flynn was a founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union and a visible proponent of women's rights, birth control, and women's suffrage.

  4. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn's Birthplace - NH Radical History

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, from a 1917 speech. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was born in Concord on August 7, 1890 to radical parents Annie Gurley, a seamstress, and Thomas Flynn, a quarry worker, who were living at 12 Montgomery Street. In 1895 they moved to Manchester, where Thomas was hired as a civil engineer. By 2000, they were living in New York ...

  5. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn - Industrial Workers of the World ...

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (1890-1964) joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1907 and became a full time organizer soon after. Nicknamed the IWW's “Rebel Girl”, Flynn was a strong activist who participated in the 1909 Free Speech Fight in Spokane, Washington where she chained herself to a lamp post to delay her arrest.

  6. She Who Struggles: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn – Breaking the Chains

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was born to working-class socialists on August 7, 1890. Politically active from a young age, she dropped out of high school at 16 to become a full-time organizer with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). At the Bread and Roses Strike, she masterminded a move with Bill Haywood that was central to the strike.

  7. Our History: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the Paterson Silk ...

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    On February 25th, 1913, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was arrested after giving a speech to some 24,000 workers in Paterson, New Jersey. One-third of Paterson’s work force of approximately 75,000 people was engaged in one of three enterprises broadly aligned as the silk trade—the ribbon weavers, the broad silk weavers, and the dye makers.

  8. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn : modern American revolutionary

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    "In 1906, fifteen-year old Elizabeth Gurley Flynn mounted a soapbox in Times Square to denounce capitalism and proclaim a new era for women's freedom. Quickly recognized as an outstanding public speaker and formidable organizer, she devoted her life to creating a socialist America, "free from poverty, exploitation, greed and injustice."

  9. What did Elizabeth Gurley fight for? – Short-Facts

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    Elizabeth Gurley Flynn (August 7, 1890 – September 5, 1964) was a labor leader, activist, and feminist who played a leading role in the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Flynn was a founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union and a visible proponent of women’s rights, birth control, and women’s suffrage.

  10. American Rhetoric: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn -- Statement at the ...

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    Your Honor, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. I am a defendant in this case, acting as my own attorney, and therefore have the opportunity to address you directly. It is unusual for a defendant to represent one’s self, but my comrade, Mr. Pettis Perry and I have elected to do so. Neither of us is a lawyer.

  11. Sabotage - by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn | Industrial Workers of ...

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    Sabotage - by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn Originally published as SABOTAGE, THE CONSCIOUS WITHDRAWAL OF THE WORKERS' INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY, in October, 1916, by the IWW publishing bureau, in Cleveland, Ohio. It was later withdrawn from the IWW's official litearture. The pampahlet originally sold for 10 cents. Disclaimer:

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