And we will accept the creation of the Iberian Federation of a socialist republic which will give each region the right to construct its life in accordance with its economic possibilities and political preponderance.
Men are as we have always known them, neither better nor worse from the hearts of rogues there springs a latent honesty, from the depths of honest men there emerges a brutish appetite - a thirst for extermination, a desire for blood.
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|Birth:||12th February, 1905|
|Death:||14th January, 1994|
|Profession:||Anarchist, Novelist, Politician|
Frederica Montseny was born in Madrid, Spain. She was a Spanish anarchist, politician, and novelist. She was Minister of Health during the social revolution that occurred in Spain parallel to the Civil War. She joined the anarchist labor union CNT and wrote for anarchist journals such as Solidaridad Obrera, Tierra y Libertad and Nueva Senda. In 1927, she joined the Federación Anarquista Ibérica. She wrote several novels include: Horas trágicas, Ana María, Vampiresa, La victoria, Sonata patética, and Una vida.
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