Liebermann, Aaron Samuel


Liebermann, Aaron Samuel
(1845-80)
   Lithuanian socialist and Hebrew writer. He was born in Lunna, Lithuania, and became secretary of the Jewish community of Suwalki. Later he lived in Vilna, where he worked with an insurance company and as a draftsman. From 1872 he was a leader of a local revolutionary group. He subsequently joined socialist circles in Berlin and became a pioneer of Jewish socialism. He lived successively in London (where he worked as a typesetter), Vienna (from where he was expelled to Germany), London again, and eventually the US. He published various works about socialism.

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