MIA: Reference Writers: Helen Keller
Helen Keller Reference Archive
"If ever there was a superwoman that woman is Helen Keller. By her indomitable will she wrought a miracle, and when one ponders over her achievements, the brain is dazzled by the possibilities of the human mind. To us Socialist Helen Keller ought to be doubly precious, for she is our Comrade – let us glory in that."
– Socialist Party daily, the Call, May 4, 1913
Introduction: The Socialist Legacy of Helen Keller
1912: How I Became a Socialist
1913: A Call For Harmony
1913: Why Men Need Woman Suffrage
1913: New Vision for the Blind
1914: Brutal Treatment of the Unemployed in Sacramento Star
1915: Menace of the Militarist Program
1916: Strike Against War
1916: Why I Became an IWW
1917: Letter to Morris Hillquit
1918: What Is The IWW?
1918: In Behalf of the IWW
1919: To Eugene V. Debs
1919: End the Blockade of Soviet Russia!
1921: Help Soviet Russia
1929: The Spirit of Lenin
Photo: John Macy reads to Helen Keller while Anne Sullivan-Macy watches, circa 1914
Awakening to Life, on the education of deaf-blind children in the Soviet Union, Alexander Meshcheryakov, 1974