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Study Guide Marriage and Love (1910) Emma Goldman 1.Marriage, Goldman argues, “is primarily an economic arrangement, an insurance pact.” What does she mean by this? Is she correct? Why or why not? 2.What is Goldman’s attitude toward romance and love? In what ways, according to Goldman, is the position of women comparable to that of workers? Do you agree? Why or why not? 3.What are the values and principles that underlie Goldman’s critique of
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Unformatted text preview: marriage? 4.Is Goldman a romantic or a realist? 5.How does Goldman’s critique of marriage compare with Marx’s critique of labor? 6.Do you think marriage as an institution could be reformed to accommodate Goldman’s criticisms? Would it still be marriage or something else? 7.How might Goldman write or direct a Hollywood film about marriage? What would such a film look like? What would be its plot?...
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