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020    9780465078998|q(hardback) 
020    |z9781541697263|q(ebook) 
035    (OCoLC)ocn982093458 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dDLC|dAS 
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050 00 HX843.7.P37|bJ66 2017 
082 00 355/.83092|aB|223 
100 1  Jones, Jacqueline,|d1948-|eauthor 
245 10 Goddess of anarchy :|bthe life and times of Lucy Parsons, 
       American radical /|cJacqueline Jones 
250    First Edition 
264  1 New York :|bBasic Books,|c2017 
300    xv, 447 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates :
       |billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-415) and 
520    "From a prize-winning historian, a new portrait of an 
       extraordinary activist and the turbulent age in which she 
       lived  Goddess of Anarchy recounts the formidable life of 
       the militant writer, orator, and agitator Lucy Parsons. 
       Born to an enslaved woman in Virginia in 1851 and raised 
       in Texas-where she met her husband, the Haymarket "martyr"
       Albert Parsons-Lucy was a fearless advocate of First 
       Amendment rights, a champion of the working classes, and 
       one of the most prominent figures of African descent of 
       her era. And yet, her life was riddled with contradictions
       -she advocated violence without apology, concocted a 
       Hispanic-Indian identity for herself, and ignored the 
       plight of African Americans.  Drawing on a wealth of new 
       sources, Jacqueline Jones presents not only the 
       exceptional life of the famous American-born anarchist but
       also an authoritative account of her times-from slavery 
       through the Great Depression"--|cProvided by publisher 
520    "Goddess of Anarchy is the biography of the formidable 
       radical activist, writer, and orator Lucy Parsons (1853-
       1942), also known as Lucia Eldine Gonzalez Parsons, whose 
       long life was entwined with the major radical labor 
       struggles of her turbulent era. Born to an enslaved woman 
       in Virginia in 1851, Parsons became the wife of 
       Confederate veteran and anarchist organizer Albert R. 
       Parsons, who was unjustly imprisoned and eventually hanged
       in 1887 for his alleged role in the Haymarket bombing in 
       Chicago. After Albert's imprisonment and death, Parsons 
       forged her own career as orator and labor agitator, editor,
       free-speech activist, essayist, fiction writer, publisher,
       and political commentator. A fearless advocate of First 
       Amendment rights, a founding member of the Socialist Party
       of America in 1900, and a cofounder of the Industrial 
       Workers of the World in 1905, Parsons was one of only a 
       handful of women and the only African American of her era 
       to speak regularly to large crowds throughout the nation. 
       Parsons was a thoughtful critic of Gilded Age America, but
       also well-known for her rhetorical provocations. She 
       worked closely with, or bitterly against, other labor 
       agitators of her day, including Eugene Debs and Emma 
       Goldman, with whom she had a feud about the sexual 
       liberation of women. And yet Lucy Parsons' life was 
       shrouded in contradictions, marked by a series of traumas 
       and personal tragedies. Historian Jacqueline Jones 
       presents here a nuanced portrait of Parsons, reckoning 
       with all of her paradoxes--her consistent advocacy of 
       violence, her made-up Hispanic-Indian identity, and her 
       refusal to acknowledge her African descent and the plight 
       of African-Americans"--|cProvided by publisher 
600 10 Parsons, Lucy E.|q(Lucy Eldine),|d1853-1942 
650  0 Anarchists|zUnited States|vBiography 
650  0 Working class|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Labor movement|zUnited States|xHistory 
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