Saul Yanovsky (1864–1939) was an American Jewish anarchist and activist. He is best remembered as the editor of the periodicals Freie Arbeiter Stimme (1890–1977), Di Abend Tsaytung (1906) and the monthly literary publication Die Fraye Gezelshaft (1910–1911).
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