How Did Kate Richards O'Hare's Conviction and Incarceration for Sedition
during World War I Change Her Activism?

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Introduction

The Early Years

Document 1: Kate Richards O'Hare, "How I Became a Socialist Agitator," October 1908

Document 2A: Kate Richards O'Hare, "The Wounded Who Do Not Fight," October 1914

Document 2B: Kate Richards O'Hare, "I Denounce," March 1915

World War I and Trial

Document 3A: "Mrs. O'Hare Held For Trial," 31 July 1917

Document 3B: "Kate Richards O'Hare Takes Stand In Her Own Defense," 7 December 1917

Document 4: American Civil Liberties Union, The Conviction of Mrs. Kate Richards O'Hare and Dakota Politics, 1918

Document 5: Liberty Defense Union, Conference Announcement, ca. 31 July 1918

Document 6A: William E. Zeuch, The Truth about the O'Hare Case, [1919]

Document 6B: William E. Zeuch, "Kate Richards O'Hare's Address to the Court," The Truth about the O'Hare Case, [1919]

Document 7: Kate Richards O'Hare, Socialism and the World War, 1919

Letters from Prison

Document 8A: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to Frank P. O'Hare, 20 April 1919

Document 8B: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to Frank P. O'Hare, [27] April 1919

Document 8C: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 15 June 1919

Document 8D: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 22 June 1919

Document 8E: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 6 July 1919

Document 8F: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 10 August 1919

Document 8G: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 17 August 1919

Document 8H: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 21 August 1919

Document 8I: Excerpts from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 3 September 1919

Document 8J: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 14 September 1919

Document 8K: Excerpt from letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 28 September 1919

Document 8L: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 5 October 1919

Document 8M: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Sweethearts," 19 October 1919

Document 8N: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to Frank P. O'Hare, 7 March 1920

Prison Reform

Document 9A: "President Commutes Mrs. O'Hare's Sentence," 29 May 1920

Document 9B: "Mrs. Kate O'Hare Begins Work for Prison Reforms," 31 May 1920

Document 10: J. Louis Engdahl, "Kate O'Hare Reveals Medieval Jail Horrors," 1 June 1920

Document 11: "Kate O'Hare Demands Complete Vindication, Not Commutation; To Seek Full Citizenship Rights," 1 June 1920

Document 12A: "Wave on Wave of Cheers Echo O'Hare Triumph," 17 June 1920

Document 12B: "Brooklyn Hails Kate O'Hare at Two Big Rallies," 18 June 1920

Document 13: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to "Friends," 15 February 1921

Document 14: Kate Richards O'Hare, Crime and Criminals, [1921]

Document 15: Letter from Kate Richards O'Hare to Caroline Lowe, 26 January 1922

Document 16: Circular, The Children's Crusade to Free the Political Prisoners, 10 March 1922

Document 17: "Eugene V. Debs With the Wives and Children of Political Prisoners Whom Mrs. Kate O'Hare is Leading on Pilgrimage to Washington," 24 April 1922

 

Kate Richards O'Hare, In Prison

Document 18A: "Foreward," 1923

Document 18B: "The Function of the Prison," 1923

Document 18C: "The Prison," 1923

Document 18D: "The Prisoners," 1923

Document 18E: "Prison Food, Clothing, Education, and Recreation," 1923

Document 18F: "Task and Punishment," 1923

Document 18G: "Appendix," 1923

Document 19: Kate Richards O'Hare, Prison labor for private profit, [1925]

Document 20: "Battle of San Quentin," 7 July 1940

 

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