Abbott, Leonard

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Abbott, Leonard

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  • Leonard Dalton Abbott
  • Leonard D. Abbott
  • Abbott, Leonard D.
  • Abbott, L. D.

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Attended Uppingham School, England and by age 17, was attending socialist meetings in Liverpool, becoming an admirer of Edward Carpenter and William Morris. In 1897, he moved with his family to America, settling in New York and became a publisher and editor of socialist works, later becoming an anarchist and an ardent defender of homosexuality.


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Arvitch, Paul. The Modern School Movement: Anarchism and Education in the United States. Princeton University Press, 2014.

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