On April 1, 1913, workers at the Draper textile factory in Hopedale, Massachusetts walked off the job in a strike led by Italian anarchists fighting for basic human rights. The company, working with the cops, would crush it mercilessly. Eben Draper was the former governor...
A student of mine told me about this situation in Atlanta before it led to violence and this is just crazy stuff. Basically, the Atlanta Police Department wants to log.
This is the grave of Murray Bookchin. Born in 1921 in New York City, Bookchin grew up in the left-wing Jewish immigrant community of that city and time. His parents.