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English: Propaganda published in the Chicago Daily Tribune, September 8, 1901, blaming Emma Goldman for inspiring Leon Czolgosz to assassinate President William McKinley.
Date 31 May 2012
Source Life and Conflict in the New World, Emma Goldman Papers, UC Berkeley
Author Chicago Daily Tribune, September 8, 1901


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