Helen Keller (Rebel Lives)

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A biography of an American radical and her long life campaigning as a crusading socialist. "Helen Keller is blind, deaf and dumb, yet in her blindness she sees oppression, in her deafness she hears the cry of outraged humanity, and in her speechlessness she voice the demand for justice." CLEVELAND PRESS [30th January 1911] Features political writings and speeches for women's suffrage, in defence of the IWW and against the First World War.

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Author Keller, Helen
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 88
Publisher Ocean Books
Date of Publication 2005
ISBN 9781876175603

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