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  1. Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a Russian-American anarchist and author. He was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing.

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  3. Alexander Berkman - Wikipedia

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    Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a Russian-American anarchist and author. He was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing.

  4. Alexander Berkman Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements &...

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    (Editor) Alexander Berkman was a well-known anarchist who led an avant-garde movement in the U.S. He was a part of a principal Jewish anarchist group, ‘Pioneers of Liberty’. He was given 22 years prison sentence on the charge of his attempted murder of a factory manager.

  5. Berkman, Alexander, 1870-1936 | libcom.org

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    Alexander Berkman. Aka Sasha, born 21 November 1870, Vilnius, Lithuania, died 28 June 1936, Nice, France. When Alexander Berkman’s tragic end was announced, many of the older comrades, who knew him personally, felt that his death had left a space which would never be filled. This was the logical fate of a man who, when a mere youth of twenty-two, was ready to take the life of another whose brutal egotism brought misery and suffering to thousands of people.

  6. Alexander Berkman | American anarchist | Britannica

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    role in U.S. Anarchism. In anarchism: Anarchism in the Americas. …of terrorism on anarchist principles; Alexander Berkman, who attempted to assassinate steel magnate Henry Clay Frick in 1892; and Emma Goldman, whose Living My Life gives a picture of radical activity in the United States at the turn of the century.

  7. Alexander (Sasha) Berkman (1870-1936) | American Experience | PBS

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    Alexander Berkman, known by the Russian diminutive "Sasha," was born in Russia in 1870 to a family of merchants with ties to the nihilists, a political group who rejected all established...

  8. Prison memoirs of an anarchist - Alexander Berkman

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    In 1892, Alexander Berkman, Russian émigré, anarchist, and lover of Emma Goldman, attempted to assassinate industrialist Henry Clay Frick. The act was intended both as retribution for the massacre of workers in the Homestead strike and as an incitement to revolution. Captured and sentenced to serve a prison term of twenty-two years, Berkman struggled to make sense of the shadowy and brutalized world of the prison—one that hardly conformed to revolutionary expectation.

  9. Alexander Berkman - Simple English Wikipedia, the free...

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    June 28, 1936. France. Cause of death. suicide. Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a Russian - American writer and a leading member of the anarchist movement of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He was the lover of Emma Goldman. In 1892, he tried to kill Henry Clay Frick because of his involvement with the Homestead Strike. During World War I, he was deported along with Goldman and other foreign-born American anarchists as a result of the Anarchist Exclusion Act.

  10. Alexander Berkman - amazon.com

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    Alexander Berkman was a twentieth-century American revolutionary. Like the abolitionist John Brown before him, Berkman was hugely idealistic, ready to go to the furthest extreme of self-sacrifice and violence on behalf of justice and civil rights.

  11. ABC of anarchism - Alexander Berkman | libcom.org

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    ABC of anarchism - Alexander Berkman. First published in 1929, this book by Alexander Berkman answers some of the charges made against it and presents the case for communist anarchism. Thorough and well stated, it is today regarded as a classic statement of the cause's goals and methods. "Our social institutions are founded on certain ideas; as long as the latter are generally believed, the institutions built on them are safe.

  12. Alexander Berkman - Spartacus Educational

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    Alexander Berkman, the son of a Jewish businessman, was born in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, on 21st November, 1870. At the time the territory was part of the Russian Empire. His father, a wholesaler in the shoe industry, was prosperous enough to be allowed to move to St. Petersburg.