Helen Keller: Rebel Lives
ISBN: 1876175605
EAN13: 9781876175603
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 1, 2003
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.28" H x 8.06" L x 4.9" W
Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

This unique book presents a generally unrecognized aspect of Helen Keller's life: her radical socialism, her defense of the IW and her pacifist stance during both world wars. It includes texts written about her, by figures such as socialist leader Eugene V. Debs and Mark Twain.

Her liberal views and wide sympathies ought to shame those who have physical eyes, yet do not open them to the sorrows that encompass the mass of men.--New York Call (1911)


We were born into an unjust system. We are not prepared to grow old in it.--Bernadette Devlin

Rebel Lives books feature writings both by and about individuals who have played significant roles in humanity's ongoing fight for a better world. The series shows the not-so-well-recognized political views of some well-known figures and introduces some not-so-famous rebels. Strongly representative of race, class and gender, these books are smaller format, inexpensive, accessible and provocative.

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