[one_third padding=”0 10px 0 0px”] What Mutualism Was: An Incomplete History of Mutualist Tendencies What Mutualism Was: Coming to Terms with Our Past ⁂ The Mutualist—at once the name of the tract and its author—appeared […]
[From Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, What is Property?] 3. Determination of the third social form. Conclusion Therefore, no government, no public economy, no administration is possible with property for a basis. Community seeks equality and law. Property, […]
COLLECTIVIST POLEMIC  I. — TO THE ANTI-COLLECTIVISTS. [aka THE LEGITIMACY OF THE SOCIALIZATION OF PROPERTY] Thanks to a dialectics put in the service of a method more often metaphysical than scientific (which it […]
Over at Mutualism and Solutions to the Social Problem, Derek has posted a new essay: “A Letter to Communists and Capitalists of the Libertarian Form.” And David at Blazing Truth has posted a “New Mutualist […]
Charles T. Sprading’s 1930 Mutual Service and Cooperation is available for download from Google Books.
A notion that I’ll be making use of in the next installment of “Two-Gun Mutualism and the Golden Rule” is Herbert Spencer’s division of societies into “militant” and “industrial” types, introduced into the literature of […]
The first issue of The Mutualist is now available for download, in pamphlet and non-pamphlet pdfs.
2010 is likely to be a good year for mutualism. Last I heard, Crispin Sartwell’s Josiah Warren collection was on its way to the publisher. Kevin Carson’s third book, The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low […]
My position as an aging, underemployed, uninsured part-time worker in a deskilled industry, in an economy where even the “jobless recovery” is in the hands of rather hapless politicians and stock-market gamblers, doesn’t leave a […]