Edited by John Davis
Poor little blind girl or dangerous radical? This book challenges the sanitized image of Helen Keller, restoring her true history as a militant socialist.
Here are her views on women’s suffrage, her defense of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), her opposition to World War I and her support for imprisoned socialist and anarchist leaders as well as her analysis of disability and class.
Published as part of the REBEL LIVES series.
Other titles in the Rebel Lives series:
- Albert Einstein
- Haydée Santamaría
- Sacco & Vanzetti
- Louise Michel
I have entered the fight against the economic system in which we live. It is to be a fight to the finish and I ask no quarter.