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The world stood aghast. The time for speech was past. Throughout the land the toilers echoed the defiance of the men of Homestead. The steel-workers had rallied bravely to the defence; the murderous Pinkertons were driven from the city. But loudly called the blood of Mammon’s victims on the banks of the Monongahela. Loudly it calls. It is the People calling. Ah, the People! 11 To the beautiful, simple People, so noble in spite of centuries of brutalizing suffering! Like a clarion call the note rings in my ears, amidst the din of contending views and obscure phraseology.
I pick it up, feeling tremendously relieved to find all the contents safe: the precious addresses, a small newspaper lithograph of Frick, and a dollar bill. My joy at recovering the wallet is not a whit dampened by the meagerness of my funds. 17 They will find a place for me to stay a day or two. “I won’t remain there long,” I think, with an inward smile. We are nearing Washington, D. C. The train is to make a six-hour stop there. I curse the stupidity of the delay: something may be happening in Pittsburgh or Homestead.
479 of this volume. 6 Ibid. 7 Emma Goldman to Pierre Ramus, August 15, 1912, Pierre Ramus Papers, IISH, Amsterdam. 8 Jack London, “Preface to Prison Memoirs” (unpublished) (Amsterdam: Alexander Berkman Papers, IISH). 9 See for example Voltairine de Cleyre to Alexander Berkman, March 8, 1912 (Alexander Berkman Papers, IISH). 10 Diary, October 7, 1910, see p. 462 of this volume. 11 Emma Goldman, Living My Life (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931), 412. 12 Ezra Heywood, The Word, January 1893. 13 Emma Goldman, Liberty (London), October 1896.
The Vanguard: A Photographic Essay on the Black Panthers by Ruth-Marion Baruch