The Man Who Shot Frick

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Fifth Estate # 338, Winter, 1992

Share this on… I would like to invite your participation in an event that will remember Alexander Berkman on the centenary of his attempt to assassinate Henry Clay Frick during the Homestead Strike of 1892. This will not be an

Berkman’s Tunnel to Freedom

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Fifth Estate # 339, Spring, 1992

Share this on… Related story: “Tony” Revealed, Fifth Estate #377, March 2008 On July 26, 1900, officials of Western Penitentiary in Woods Run, Pennsylvania, discovered a tunnel which zigzagged some three hundred feet from the basement of the red brick

“Tony” Revealed

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Fifth Estate # 377, March 2008

Share this on… Anarchist Alexander Berkman was sentenced to serve twenty-two years in prison for his attempt to shoot robber-baron Henry Clay Frick during the Homestead miners’ strike. While in prison, a plot was hatched to break him out. Who

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