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Most, Johann

Born: 1846 AD
Died: 1906 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Propagandists

1846 – Born in Augsburg, Bavaria on the 5th of  February.

1874–1878 – He served as a Marxist social democratic deputy in the German Reichstag.

1879 – He went to France but was forced to leave and then settled in London.

1879 – Founder and editor of newspaper "Freiheit".

1882 – Immigrated to US.

1883 – Main founder of International Working People’s Association.

         – Drafted Pittsburgh Manifesto.

1886-1902 – He was imprisoned and the last time for two months for publishing after the assassination of President McKinley an editorial in which he argued that it was no crime to kill a ruler.

1906 – While in Cincinnati, Ohio, to give a speech, he fell ill, and was diagnosed with a chronic case of erysipelas, a bacterial skin infection.

         – Died on the 17th of April.