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A Politician in Sight of Haven. Being a Protest Against the Government of Man by Man
Boston: Benj. R. Tucker, 1890. First Separate Edition. A statement of Herbert's libertarian philosophy. A somewhat uncommon Tucker imprint in quite nice condition. Sewn pamphlet. Octavo; printed blue wrappers; 24pp. Just mild external wear to wrappers, else Fine. Reprinted from the "Fortnightly Review."
[Item #12131]
Price: $125.00
 
A Politician in Sight of Haven. Being a Protest Against the Government of Man by Man
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The Road to Serfdom
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944. Later printing. The sixth impression. Landmark of 20th century conservative/libertarian economics. 2,000 copies were issued in the first printing of September 1944, selling out in less than 2 months; new printings followed almost monthly until the text was re-set for the Second Edition in...
[Item #18872]
Price: $75.00
 
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No. 14,630: Worse! And More Of It! Schools, Socialism, Lynchings, Ministers, Catholics, Negroes, Revolution, England
Sykesville, MD: Francis B. Livesey, [ca 1905]. Eccentric broadside from the apparently indefatigable pamphleteer and libertarian rabble-rouser of Sykesville, Maryland, who reputedly authored, over the course of his long career, more than 20,000 letters to the editor on subjects as diverse as Women's Clubs, the Negro problem, Socialism, unemployment, political...
[Item #19501]
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No. 14,630: Worse! And More Of It! Schools, Socialism, Lynchings, Ministers, Catholics, Negroes, Revolution, England
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No. 14,630. Worse! And More of It! Schools, Socialism, Lynchings, Ministers, Catholics, Negroes, Revolution, England
Sykesville, MD: Francis B., Livesey, [1906]. Livesey, a would-be reformer of public education and prolific (nay, profligate) author of letters-to-the-editor, here vents on a number of pet subjects: public schools, child labor, catholicism, the race question, etc. Livesey is reputed to have published more than 20,000 such letters before his...
[Item #19190]
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The Age of Reason: Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology. Edited by Moncure Daniel Conway
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1907. Octavo (23cm). Blue ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; vii, 208pp. With ownership signature in blue ink of American artist Bernarda Bryson Shahn (wife of Ben Shahn): "Bernarda B. Shahn / bought at Old Mill Shop outside Skowhegan, Maine," undated. Another (early) ownership...
[Item #17215]
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The Age of Reason: Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology. Edited by Moncure Daniel Conway
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The Whiteman's Guide Book
Milwaukee: Aryan Publishing Co. n.d. [ca 1969]. Apparently an abridged reprinting of the pseudonymous Ragnar Redbeard's "Might is Right, or, Survival of the Fittest," first published in 1896. Redbeard's real identity has been postulated to be either Jack London or the radical New Zealander Arthur Desmond - both absurd attributions...
[Item #15424]
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The Whiteman's Guide Book
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Pioneers of American Freedom: Origin of Liberal and Radical Thought in America
Los Angeles: Rocker Publication Committee, 1949. First Edition. A remarkable, bright copy of this late Rocker work, a survey of American political thought on the left from Thomas Paine to the 20th-century, with special focus on anarchism. Uncommon in jacket, this a pristine copy. Octavo. Green cloth boards; dustjacket; 215pp...
[Item #19706]
Price: $300.00
 
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Sweet Liberty
Detroit: Cartwright, Mueller, Benjamin and Robinson, 1944. First Edition. Uncommon novel set in war-time Detroit, with odd excursions to the upper-class quarters of Buenos Aires. An ultra-conservative work, with Christian and libertarian overtones bordering closely on the fascistic. Incompetently written, but still a fascinating and seldom-encountered piece of American war-time...
[Item #13067]
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Sweet Liberty