|October 4th, 1901 image from Amador Ledger depicting activist Emma Goldman, whom Czolgosz admired, and Johann Most, whose advocacy of "Propaganda of the Deed" influenced violent acts against businessmen and politicians across the Western world.|
|A cartoon featured in October 1901 Amador Dispatch that reflects the |
general panic about immigrants and anarchism after the McKinley Assasination.
Amador Dispatch, September 8th through October 15th, 1901.
"Lights Out in the City of Light: Anarchy and Assassination." University at Buffalo Libraries. 11 June 2004. Web. 28 Feb. 2011.