Publication information

Source:
Plymouth Republican
Source type: newspaper
Document type: editorial
Document title: “Worse Than Goldman”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Plymouth, Indiana
Date of publication: 19 September 1901
Volume number: 45
Issue number: 44
Pagination: [4?]

 
Citation
“Worse Than Goldman.” Plymouth Republican 19 Sept. 1901 v45n44: p. [4?].
 
Transcription
full text
 
Keywords
Carry A. Nation; McKinley assassination (public response: prohibitionists, temperance advocates, etc.); Carry A. Nation (public statements); McKinley assassination (personal response: criticism).
 
Named persons
Emma Goldman; William McKinley; Quincy Lee Morrow [middle initial wrong below]; Johann Most [variant first name below]; Carry A. Nation [variant spelling of first name below]; John G. Woolley [misspelled below].
 
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Worse Than Goldman

     Mrs. Carrie Nation’s anti-canteen zeal led her into an intemperate declaration against President McKinley at Steeplechase park, Coney Island, last week. In the course of her lecture she said:
     “Bill McKinley deserves to die. He is the friend of the brewer and the drinking man. I have no care for him. He deserves just what he got.”
     Emma Goldman, who is decent enough to admit that she is an anarchist, never carried intemperance to such a length as that. John Most, the whisky fiend with tangled beard, never, even in his cups, has dared to express himself so intemperately in public speech or print. It has remained for John G. Wooley, Rev. Q. A. Morrow and their prohibition coadjutors to advise openly that murder be done and to gloat over its accomplishment.