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La Revue Anarchiste. Paraissant tous les mois [Run of 21 issues, 1922-24]
Paris: Revue Anarchiste, 1922. First Edition. Paperback. Significant and well-preserved run of the most important French inter-war anarchist journal, founded and edited by the prominent libertarian propagandist S├ębastien Faure (1858-1942). Faure's career as an anarchist began as early as the 1880s, when he collaborated with Louise Michel to found the...
[Item #34805]
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La Revue Anarchiste. Paraissant tous les mois [Run of 21 issues, 1922-24]. ANARCHISM, Sébastien FAURE.
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The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]
New York: V.L. Richman, 1963. Six representative issues, including the scarce inaugural number, of this individualist anarchist semi-monthly, which ran to a total of 23 issues, ceasing publication in 1965. An eccentric and ephemeral publication, described on the mast-head thus: "An independent and assertedly individual journal of commentary news and...
[Item #33458]
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The Brownstone [Six Issues, Mar-Nov 1963]. ANARCHISM, ANARCHIST PERIODICALS, V. L. RICHMAN.
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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. Paperback. 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]
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A Politician in Sight of Haven. Being a Protest Against the Government of Man by Man. ANARCHISM, LIBERTARIANISM, Auberon HERBERT.
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From Solomon's Yoke to the Income Tax
Hinsdale, IL: Henry Regnery Company, 1947. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo (21.5cm.); original white staplebound wrappers illustrated by Kenneth Becker; 19pp. Wrappers toned and foxed, bottom staple quite oxidized; rear cover with integral postage accomplished in typescript as usual, with post office's pencil correction of the recipient's address. About Very Good...
[Item #28155]
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From Solomon's Yoke to the Income Tax. Frank CHODOROV.
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The Income Tax: Root of All Evil
New York: Devin-Adair Company, 1954. Second Printing. Hardcover. Octavo (21cm.); original marbled paper-covered boards in brown decorative dust jacket; x,[2],116pp. Jacket extremities and spine a bit toned, a few short closed tears and minor rubbing, rear panel lightly dust-soiled, else Very Good and sound. By a member of the libertarian...
[Item #28536]
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The Income Tax: Root of All Evil. Frank CHODOROV, intro J. Bracken Lee.
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Black Rose, Nos. 1-5
Boston: Black Rose, 1979-1980. First Edition. Paperback. 5 volumes; 12mo (18.5-18.75cm.);; staplebound pictorial wrappers; 48-56pp.; illus. About Fine. Anarchist quarterly publication, with essays, poetry, interviews, and book reviews. No. 4 includes "Restoring the Faith," by Noam Chomsky.
[Item #28377]
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Black Rose, Nos. 1-5. Noam CHOMSKY, contr., BLACK ROSE.
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The Mind and Art of Albert Jay Nock
Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (20.75cm.); original cloth in pale grey pictorial dust jacket by Robert Borja; xii,[2],230pp. Light shelf-wear to jacket extremities, old tape residue to front free endpaper, else Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Critical biography of the prominent essayist, libertarian, and editor...
[Item #28938]
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The Mind and Art of Albert Jay Nock. Robert M. CRUNDEN.
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The Road to Serfdom
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944. Third Printing. Hardcover. Early printing of one of the most influential books on economics of the 20th century and a beloved classic of conservative thought. Two thousand copies were issued in the first printing of September 1944, selling out in less than a month...
[Item #29339]
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The Road to Serfdom. ECONOMICS, Friedrich A. HAYEK.
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The Road to Serfdom
London: Routledge, 1944. Second Printing. Hardcover. Early printing of one of the most influential books on economics of the 20th century, a beloved classic of conservative thought. The first few printings of the Routledge edition are especially uncommon. Not to be confused with the Second or "Popular" Edition which appeared...
[Item #31651]
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The Road to Serfdom. ECONOMICS, Friedrich A. HAYEK.
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Subterfuge. 1. A critique of Foreign isms, 2. A developed parallel between the New Deal and the Communist Manifesto, 3. An exposé of Brain Trust Socialist-Communist Associations, 4. A linking disclosure between La Folletteism and Socialist Communist organizations and Associations. 5. An introduction to Atheism
Green Bay: by the Author, 1934. First Edition. Octavo. Red cloth boards, lettered in black; 175pp. Errata slip. Text age-toned at margins, else VG in original red cloth boards. No dustjacket. Self-published right-wing attack on the New Deal, by a prominent Green Bay carpet salesman and local Republican Party chairman...
[Item #28308]
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Subterfuge. 1. A critique of Foreign isms, 2. A developed parallel between the New Deal and the Communist Manifesto, 3. An exposé of Brain Trust Socialist-Communist Associations, 4. A linking disclosure between La Folletteism and Socialist Communist organizations and Associations. 5. An introduction to Atheism. A. B. FONTAINE.
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The Dead of Spring
Glen Gardner, NJ: Libertarian Press, 1950. First Edition. Ocatvo. Comb-bound pictorial thick card wrappers; 200pp. Small chip to front wrapper at corner of bound edge; text browned (but not brittle); Very Good. 2000 copies printed. Among the author's scarcer titles.
[Item #21822]
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The Dead of Spring. Paul GOODMAN.
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Poem
London: Kropotkin's Lighthouse, 1973. Limited Edition. Second, "enlarged" edition of 200 numbered copies. Quarto (25cm); mimeographed sheets stapled and tape- bound at upper edge; 15pp; illus. Fine. Poems on anarchist themes.
[Item #21065]
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Poem. Jim HUGGON.
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Libertarian Readings: A Short Anthology
London: Kropotkin's Lighthouse, 1973. Second Edition. Quarto (23cm). Mimeographed sheets, stapled and tape-bound along upper edge. Fine condition. Collection of anarchist passages from the works of William Blake, Percy Shelley, DH Lawrence, Joe Hill, Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Gerrard Winstanley.
[Item #21066]
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Libertarian Readings: A Short Anthology. Jim HUGGON.
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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. Francis B. LIVESEY.
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Letters from Albert Jay Nock, 1924-1945, to Edmund C. Evans, Mrs. Edmund C. Evans, and Ellen Winsor
Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (23.5cm.); original cloth in yellow photo-illustrated dust jacket; 224pp.; photographic frontispiece. Several longish closed tears to jacket extremities, including one to top edge of upper panel just touching text, spine and rear panel darkened; Very Good in About Very Good jacket...
[Item #28928]
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Letters from Albert Jay Nock, 1924-1945, to Edmund C. Evans, Mrs. Edmund C. Evans, and Ellen Winsor. Albert Jay NOCK.
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Our Enemy, the State
Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1950. Third Printing. Hardcover. Octavo (19.25cm.); original buckram in red and white decorative dust jacket; [10],209pp. White portions of jacket toned, especially to spine, small chip at crown, else Very Good and sound. Americanization and libertarianization of Franz Oppenheimer's The State (see Ronald Lora and William...
[Item #28926]
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Our Enemy, the State. Albert Jay NOCK.
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The Goal of My Writing
[New York]: Nathaniel Branden Institute, [1963]. Offprint. Paperback. Octavo (21.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 10pp. Fine. Text of an address delivered at Lewis and Clark College, October 1, 1963, and originally published in the Objectivist Newsletter in two parts.
[Item #23688]
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The Goal of My Writing. Ayn RAND.
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Sweet Liberty
Detroit: Cartwright, Mueller, Benjamin and Robinson, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. 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...
[Item #13067]
Price: $60.00
 
Sweet Liberty. SOCIAL FICTION, LIBERTARIANISM, Clarabelle Eberle RUNDEL.
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These Times - Vol.1, No.1 (January 1, 1932)
New York: These Times Publishing Company, 1932. Paperback. Premiere issue of this scarce Libertarian publication, with contributions by Benjamin DeCasseres ("The Blueprint Mind of Herbert Hoover"), Henry Hazlitt ("Shall We Cancel the War Debts?"), B.J. Terhune ("Less Politics and More Leadership"), Vincent Michaels, and Alvin F. Harlow. Not in OCLC...
[Item #32305]
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These Times - Vol.1, No.1 (January 1, 1932). Walter SPRINGER, Henry HAZLITT, , B. J. Terhune, Benjamin DeCasseres, contributors.