Edited by A.J. Brigati, 251 pages, paper.
De Cleyre was greatly admired by her contemporaries for her brilliant writing and tireless public speaking. This collection includes her major political writings on expropriation, marriage, direct action, atheism, and other issues, along with a generous sampling of her poetry. Brigati sets out to reclaim this American anarchist-feminist for a contemporary popular audience, and shows that Voltairine still has much to say.