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  2. Emma Goldman - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Emma Goldman no se manifestó explícitamente o al menos no continuamente por una corriente en particular, aunque debido a que su activismo estuvo estrechamente asociado a la tradición socialista y obrerista se la ubica mayoritariamente en alguna parte del espectro del anarquismo socialista asociado al colectivismo filosófico y económico ...

  3. Emma, By Jane Austen

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    Emma tries to cheer up Jane with some arrow-root. Chapter X (46) — Mrs. Weston must see Emma at once to hear important news. Emma has not been injured. Chapter XI (47) — Harriet seems cheerful in light of such news. Emma was dreadfully mistaken with respect to Harriet. She had been entirely under a delusion, totally ignorant of her own heart.

  4. Life Story: Emma Goldman - Women & the American Story

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    Emma Goldman was born on June 27, 1869 in Kovno, Lithuania. Harsh restrictions on Jewish mobility and economic activity made it almost impossible for many Jews, including the Goldmans, to escape poverty. Emma had a difficult childhood. Her father was violent and abusive and her mother struggled with depression.

  5. Emma - Wikipedia

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    Emma, a 1976 play by Howard Zinn about Emma Goldman; Emma (satellite) 283 Emma, a main-belt asteroid; Emma-gaala, a Finnish music award; Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA) Ethnic Multicultural Media Academy, an organization that raises awareness of discrimination; Experiment with MultiMuon Array (EMMA ...

  6. Anarcha-feminism - Wikipedia

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    Anarcha-feminism began with late 19th and early 20th century authors and theorists such as anarchist feminists Emma Goldman, Voltairine de Cleyre and Lucy Parsons. In the Spanish Civil War , an anarcha-feminist group, Mujeres Libres ("Free Women"), linked to the Federación Anarquista Ibérica , organized to defend both anarchist and feminist ...

  7. Emma has now been the top girl namesin the United States for several years, claiming the Number 1 crown at times. Emma has done handsprings up the charts internationally thanks to a legion of Emma heroines, from Bovary to Goldman to Jane Austen's protagonist, along with famous modern Emmas such as Emma Stone and Emma Watson.

  8. Activists support Emma Goldman Clinic in Iowa City

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    The Emma Goldman Clinic, which provides reproductive health care, including abortion, was founded in 1973 in Iowa City.

  9. Activists support Emma Goldman Clinic in Iowa City

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    The Emma Goldman Clinic, which provides reproductive health care, including abortion, was founded in 1973 in Iowa City.

  10. Emma Stone - Movies, Age & Husband - Biography

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    Emma Goldman. Anarchist and activist Emma Goldman was a fiery (sometimes violent) advocate for peace, free love and birth control in the 1910s. (1869–1940) Person. Lucy Stone.

  11. The Team | Pantera

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    Dan founded Pantera Capital Management in 2003, managing over $1 billion of institutional investor assets in its global macro strategy. He previously served as Head of Macro Trading and CFO at Tiger Management with Julian Robertson. Dan began his career at Goldman Sachs as their first Asset-Backed Securities Trader.