Marie Equi was a doctor, an open lesbian, an abortion provider, a suffragist and an outspoken labor activist in early twentieth century Oregon. She was called “one of the most dangerous anarchists” in the country and went to prison for her opposition to World War I. Why is Equi so much less known than her friends and … Continued
World War I
Erik Larson, author of “Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania” talks with host Richard Wolinsky.