Article by Goldman expressing sympathy for the Jews in Palestine

"Palestine and Socialist Party: Emma Goldman's Views" by Emma Goldman circa 1930s, Page 1

Like most anarchists, Goldman opposed the Zionist movement, believing that a Jewish state would be no better than any other. In the late 1930s, though, alarmed by the worsening situation in Europe, she spoke out on the right of Jews to establish themselves in Palestine. Page 1.

Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.

"Palestine and Socialist Party: Emma Goldman's Views" by Emma Goldman circa 1930s, Page 2

Like most anarchists, Goldman opposed the Zionist movement, believing that a Jewish state would be no better than any other. In the late 1930s, though, alarmed by the worsening situation in Europe, she spoke out on the right of Jews to establish themselves in Palestine. Page 2.

Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.

"Palestine and Socialist Party: Emma Goldman's Views" by Emma Goldman circa 1930s, Page 3

Like most anarchists, Goldman opposed the Zionist movement, believing that a Jewish state would be no better than any other. In the late 1930s, though, alarmed by the worsening situation in Europe, she spoke out on the right of Jews to establish themselves in Palestine. Page 3.

Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.

"Palestine and Socialist Party: Emma Goldman's Views" by Emma Goldman circa 1930s, Page 4

Like most anarchists, Goldman opposed the Zionist movement, believing that a Jewish state would be no better than any other. In the late 1930s, though, alarmed by the worsening situation in Europe, she spoke out on the right of Jews to establish themselves in Palestine. Page 4.

Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.

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