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Source: Evening News
Source type: newspaper
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Date of publication: 16 September 1901
Volume number: none
Issue number: 266
Pagination: 2

[untitled]. Evening News [Plattsmouth] 16 Sept. 1901 n266: p. 2.
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Emma Goldman; Emma Goldman (impact on Czolgosz).
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Leon Czolgosz; Emma Goldman.



     IF THE picture[?] published of Emma Goldman are at all reliable and resemble her in the lea[?]t, we must admit that Czolgosz either lied when he stated that she fired his [?]pirits or else he was insane. We would as soon charge an obese gorrilla [sic] with exciting a riot as this dense, heavy, ill favored, material looking creature, who passes under the name of Emma Goldman. Sh[?] has about as much fire and enthusiasm i[?] her makeup, if physiognomy is to be relied on, as some dense savage who has pass[?]d his life rooting among the jungles for his me[?]gre living. No, Miss Goldman, as a heroine or inciter to rash deeds, is wholly impossible.



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