The Rebel Girl: An Autobiography, My First Life (1906-1926).
An epic firsthand account of women and labor in the early years of the 20th century. The fiery IWW, labor defense and Communist leader writes vividly of her early life.
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Review: The Rebel Girl: An Autobiography, My First Life 1906-26User Review - Benjamin - Goodreads
It's always great to read a book critical of the stuff I am into written by someone sympathetic to the stuff I'm into. I also like it that her comments are directed at certain tactics and not at ... Read full review
Review: The Rebel Girl: An Autobiography, My First Life 1906-26User Review - Andrea - Goodreads
It's interesting to think that this was meant to be volume 1 of her autobiography. I would have happily dived into a volume 2 if it existed. Yes, sometimes it jumped around where I wanted more detail ... Read full review