How I Became a Rebel, Part 2

This post begins the second set of autobiographical sketches, including Elizabeth G. Flynn, James Maurer, William Z. Foster, and Robert Minor

How I Became a Rebel. A Symposium. Part 2. The Labor Herald, July 1922, pp. 23-26.

Editors’ note;–A fundamental part of the general revolutionary program is to make rebels; to develop men and women who have definitely broken with capitalism and who are looking forward to the establishment of a Workers’ Society. But how can such rebels be made? To throw some light on this all-important query, THE LABOR HERALD has asked prominent figures in all branches of the radical movement, to explain briefly just how, why, and under what circumstances, they became convinced that capitalism had to be done away with. This installment completes the Symposium.

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Link to the autobiographies:

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

James Maurer

William Z. Foster

Robert Minor

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