Goldman’s biographers report that while selling ice cream at her shop, she resided with Berkman about a block away at 45 Winter Street, in the heart of what was then the city’s Jewish neighborhood. That building no longer exists, having been razed fairly recently as part of redevelopment efforts, but the shop building still stands. As far as visuals go, these sites are not much to look at. However, if the curious traveller happens to make his or her way through central Massachusetts along I-90, it is worth making a detour through Worcester in order to investigate an obscure chapter in Emma Goldman’s remarkable life.
Profound distrust of government. Bakunin intro & essay says that all leaders will try to keep power. All government rests on force and therefore violates people's freedom and degrades people's value. (It must do so to protect its rule.) Government commits crimes in the name of protecting people, when all they're really doing is paying for the lazy [= the owners , not welfare queens] and "the paraphernalia of protection this lazy class requires [266B/2/5-6]. Paraphernalia: most police, military, prisons, war, executions. Paying for the lazy: corporate welfare, tax breaks.