Mother Earth was an anarchist journal that described itself as "A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature", edited by Emma Goldman. Alexander Berkman, another well-known anarchist, was the magazine's editor from 1907 to 1915. It published longer articles on a variety of anarchist topics including the labor movement, education, literature and the arts, state and government control, and women's emancipation, sexual freedom, and was an early supporter of birth control. Its subscribers and supporters formed a virtual "who's who" of the radical left in the United States in the years prior to 1920.

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  • Mother Earth war eine US-amerikanische Zeitschrift, deren ersten Ausgabe im März 1906 erschien.Herausgegeben wurde sie von der Anarchistin Emma Goldman.Alexander Berkman war der Schriftsetzer.Die Zeitschrift diskutierte zeitgenössische Ereignisse aus dem anarcha-feministischen Blickwinkel und erschien monatlich bis August 1917, als es wegen ihrer Inhalte zu Konflikten mit der Post und Behörden kam. (de)
  • Mother Earth (Madre Tierra) fue una publicación política radical, surgida en marzo de 1906 por obra de la anarquista Emma Goldman; Alexander Berkman, otro anarquista bien conocido, era el editor de la revista. Era una publicación política que abogó causas políticas radicales, la agitación laboral, y la oposición al gobierno de los Estados Unidos en una variedad de aspectos. Sus suscriptores y partidarios formaron un virtual “quién es quién” de la política radical en los años antes de 1920. (es)
  • Mother Earth was an anarchist journal that described itself as "A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature", edited by Emma Goldman. Alexander Berkman, another well-known anarchist, was the magazine's editor from 1907 to 1915. It published longer articles on a variety of anarchist topics including the labor movement, education, literature and the arts, state and government control, and women's emancipation, sexual freedom, and was an early supporter of birth control. Its subscribers and supporters formed a virtual "who's who" of the radical left in the United States in the years prior to 1920. In 1917, Mother Earth began to openly call for opposition to US entry into World War I and specifically to disobey government laws on conscription and registration for the military draft. On June 15, 1917, Congress passed the Espionage Act. The law set punishments for acts of interference in US foreign policy and espionage. The Act authorized stiff fines and prison terms of up to 20 years for anyone who obstructed the military draft or encouraged "disloyalty" to the U.S. government. After Goldman and Berkman continued to advocate against conscription, Goldman's offices at Mother Earth were thoroughly searched, and volumes of files and detailed subscription lists from Mother Earth, along with Berkman's journal The Blast, were seized. As a US Justice Department news release reported: A wagon load of anarchist records and propaganda material was seized, and included in the lot is what is believed to be a complete registry of anarchy's friends in the United States. A splendidly kept card index was found, which the Federal agents believe will greatly simplify their task of identifying persons mentioned in the various record books and papers. The subscription lists of Mother Earth and The Blast, which contain 10,000 names, were also seized. Mother Earth remained in monthly circulation until August 1917. Berkman and Goldman were found guilty of violating the Espionage Act, and were later deported. (en)
  • Mother Earth est un journal anarchiste se présentant lui-même comme un « mensuel dédié aux sciences sociales et à la littérature » et édité par Emma Goldman de 1906 à août 1917, relayé ensuite du fait de la censure liée à la guerre, par un Bulletin (Mother Earth Bulletin) d'octobre 1917 à avril 1918. Alexandre Berkman est également éditeur de 1907 à 1915. (fr)
  • Em 1918 o governo federal apoderou-se de listas de nomes dos assinantes da revista, contando com mais de oito mil, a fim de interrogá-los. (pt)
  • 大地(Mother Earth)為一個無政府主義期刊,它稱自己為一份「投注於社會科學與文學的月刊」,由艾瑪·高德曼編輯。 (zh)
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  • Mother Earth Vol 7 No. 4,cover dated June 1912 (en)
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  • Vol 12 No 6
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  • March 1906
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  • Mother Earth war eine US-amerikanische Zeitschrift, deren ersten Ausgabe im März 1906 erschien.Herausgegeben wurde sie von der Anarchistin Emma Goldman.Alexander Berkman war der Schriftsetzer.Die Zeitschrift diskutierte zeitgenössische Ereignisse aus dem anarcha-feministischen Blickwinkel und erschien monatlich bis August 1917, als es wegen ihrer Inhalte zu Konflikten mit der Post und Behörden kam. (de)
  • Mother Earth (Madre Tierra) fue una publicación política radical, surgida en marzo de 1906 por obra de la anarquista Emma Goldman; Alexander Berkman, otro anarquista bien conocido, era el editor de la revista. Era una publicación política que abogó causas políticas radicales, la agitación laboral, y la oposición al gobierno de los Estados Unidos en una variedad de aspectos. Sus suscriptores y partidarios formaron un virtual “quién es quién” de la política radical en los años antes de 1920. (es)
  • Mother Earth est un journal anarchiste se présentant lui-même comme un « mensuel dédié aux sciences sociales et à la littérature » et édité par Emma Goldman de 1906 à août 1917, relayé ensuite du fait de la censure liée à la guerre, par un Bulletin (Mother Earth Bulletin) d'octobre 1917 à avril 1918. Alexandre Berkman est également éditeur de 1907 à 1915. (fr)
  • Em 1918 o governo federal apoderou-se de listas de nomes dos assinantes da revista, contando com mais de oito mil, a fim de interrogá-los. (pt)
  • 大地(Mother Earth)為一個無政府主義期刊,它稱自己為一份「投注於社會科學與文學的月刊」,由艾瑪·高德曼編輯。 (zh)
  • Mother Earth was an anarchist journal that described itself as "A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature", edited by Emma Goldman. Alexander Berkman, another well-known anarchist, was the magazine's editor from 1907 to 1915. It published longer articles on a variety of anarchist topics including the labor movement, education, literature and the arts, state and government control, and women's emancipation, sexual freedom, and was an early supporter of birth control. Its subscribers and supporters formed a virtual "who's who" of the radical left in the United States in the years prior to 1920. (en)
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  • Mother Earth (Zeitschrift) (de)
  • Mother Earth (magazine) (en)
  • Mother Earth (revista) (es)
  • Mother Earth (journal) (fr)
  • Mother Earth (revista) (pt)
  • 大地 (雜誌) (zh)
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