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That slick-hair preacher, the other political preacher, union bureaucrat, poverty pimp, and other like them want the poor to cede their leadership of the struggle to them for more publicity, handouts, and self-aggrandizement.
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1893 -- The day after a riot of the unemployed, Emma Goldman addresses a public meeting, in NY city urging those in need to take bread if they are hungry. Tomorrow evening she helps lead a procession of several hundred anarchists to Union Square, where, among many other speakers, she addresses a crowd of the unemployed.