Louise Bryant (December five, 1885 – January 6, 1936) used to be an American journalist and author. She used to be top recognized for her Marxist and anarchist ideals and her essays on radical political and feminist topics. Bryant released articles in different radical left journals in the course of her existence, together with Alexander Berkman's The Blast. Bryant met journalist John Reed in Portland, Oregon whereas he used to be traveling his relations after attending Harvard and relocating in "Radical" circles of the Village in big apple urban. Louise moved with him to big apple urban. Reed and Bryant jointly traveled to Russia in 1917 the place they witnessed the October Revolution. either released books in regards to the occasion, Reed's "Ten Days that Shook the realm" and Bryant's "Six purple Months in Russia."
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