Corvus Editions: The Archive

I’m in the process of uploading all of the Corvus Editions pamphlets of which I still have pdf copies. My goal is to make important texts available in imposed, printable form—and also to complete a few unfinished projects along the way. Since there were hundreds of pamphlets produced, it will take some time to sort through files and complete the task, but I am adding titles each day.

The archive page for each category includes links to all available titles. 

Links:

MUTUALIST / LEFTLIBERTY / MONTHLIES (0001-0800)

  • 0001—LeftLiberty 1: The Unfinished Business of Liberty
  • 0002—LeftLiberty 2: The Gift Economy of Property
  • 0003—Mutualist 1: Two-Gun Mutualism and the Golden Rule
  • 0000—Mutualist: LeftLiberty Special
  • archive page

The project begun in The Mutualist was ultimately continued in an ongoing series of pamphlets drawn from the Contr’un blog:

CONTR’UN ZINES

  1. Toward an Ungovernable Anarchy
  2. Self-Government and the Citizen-State
  3. The Anarchic Encounter
  4. There & Back Again
  5. Our Lost Continent
  6. God and the State
  7. Anarchy & Democracy

HISTORY OF MUTUALISM (0801-1000)

  • 0801—Documents from the High Tide of Owenism
  • 0802—Equitable Commerce / Equitable Villages
  • x0803—John Gray, A Lecture on Human Happiness [not published—text available at Archive.org]
  • archive page

4&20 BLACKBIRDS / 2 O’CLOCK CONDOR (1001-1900)

  • 1001—Songbird 1: Whisper Song of the Catbird [text and images]
  • 1002—Songbird 2: The Dragon-Fly [pdf] [image]
  • 1301—Emile Pouget, Sabotage (5.5×5.5) [image]
  • 1302—Sophie Kropotkin, The Wife of Number 4,237 (24 pages, 4.25×10) [printed, but not bound and published? text]
  • 1501—Hartmann the Anarchist [images]

CULTURAL STUDIES / VANITY PRESS (1901-2000)

  • 1901—Shawn P. Wilbur, Dromologies/Pornologies
  • 1902—Shawn P. Wilbur, Futurist Synthesis [text]
  • 1903—Shawn P. Wilbur, What Means this Art Strike? [text]
  • [Planned cyberstudies collection] [text]
  • archive page

ANARCHISMS

The three ANARCHISMS collections became the core of the Anarchist Beginnings archive.

BULLETIN OF THE BAKUNIN LIBRARY

PROUDHONIANA: An Occasional Miscellany

  • 1.—Feuding Brothers (and Sisters) [pdf]

GENERAL ANARCHISM: 2001-4500

  • 2001—Henry Addis, Essays on the Social Problem [pdf] [text]
  • 2002—Stephen Pearl Andrews, Revisal of Kant’s Categories [text]
  • 2003—Emile Armand, Mini-Manual of the Individualist Anarchist [text]
  • 2004—London Anarchist Communist Alliance, An Anarchist Manifesto [text]
  • 2005—Ernest Howard Crosby, Golden Rules Jones, Mayor of Toledo [pdf]
  • 2006—De Cleyre, A Study of the General Strike in Philadelphia
  • 2007—Voltairine de Cleyre, Essential Writings
  • 2008—Voltairine de Cleyre, Sketches and Stories
    [These early Voltairine de Cleyre collections ended up being just a small portion of the [material] I would archive in the Libertarian Labyrinth. Along the way I did bind two hardcover copies of “Sketches and Stories.”]
  • 2009—Jay Fox, “What’s to be Done?”
  • 2010—Clement Milton Hammond, “The Prolongation of Human Life” [text]
  • 2011—Moses Harman, “A Free Lover’s Creed”
  • 2012—Elbert Hubbard, “I Am an Anarkist” [text]
  • 2013—J. K. Ingalls, Books: Their Sphere and Influence
  • 2014—J. K. Ingalls, Woman’s Industrial Subjection
  • 2015—J. K. Ingalls, On Rights
  • 2016—J. K. Ingalls, The Exodus of Labor
    [The Libertarian Labyrinth now includes an extensive collection of Ingalls’ works and work is progressing on some larger print-on-demand compilations.]
  • 2017—Samuel Jones, A Plea for Simpler Living
  • 2018—Eliphalet Kimball, Anarchy is a Good Word
  • 2019—Dyer D. Lum, The Basis of Morals
  • 2020—Dyer D. Lum, Labor’s Attitude to Non-Unionists
  • 2021—Dyer D. Lum, A Journalist’s Confession
  • 2022—Errico Malatesta, A Little Theory
  • 2023—The Rebel (complete run)
  • 2024—P.-J. Proudhon, The Malthusians
  • 2025—P.-J. Proudhon, The State
  • 2026—P.-J. Proudhon, Toast to the Revolution
  • 2027—Tucker, et al, Some Socialist and Anarchist Views of Education
  • 2028—William M. van der Weyde, Thomas Paine’s Anarchism
  • 2029—Edwin C. Walker, Liberty vs. Assassination
  • 2030—Ross Winn, The Archic
  • 2031—Wallace E. Nevill, God and Government
  • 2032—W. H. van Ornum, Mating or Marrying, Which?
  • 2033—J. A. Langlois, P. J. Proudhon: His Life and Work
  • 2034—Han Ryner, Mini-Manual of Individualism
  • 2035—Morrison I. Swift, A League of Justice—4.50
  • 2036—Herman Kuehn, The Problem of Worry—$5.00
  • 2037—John Badcock, Jr., Slaves to Duty—$2.50
  • 2038—James L. Walker, Philosophy of Egoism—$5.00
  • 2039—Charles Malato, Some Anarchist Portraits—$2.50
  • 2040—Ezra Heywood & E. Wright, Family Bank—$1.50
  • 2041—Peter Kropotkin, Anarchism—$4.50
  • 2042—Dyer D. Lum, The Economics of Anarchy—$5.00
  • 2043—Elbert Hubbard, Max Stirner—$1.00
  • x2044—Elbert Hubbard, Golden Rule Jones—$1.00
  • x2045—Elbert Hubbard, Francisco Ferrer—$1.00
  • x2046—Lysander Spooner, No Treason
  • 2047—Steinle, The True Aim of Anarchism—$3.00
  • x2048—Van Ornum, Cooperation
  • x2049—C. L. James, Anarchism & Malthus
  • 2050—Bevington, Common-Sense Country
  • x2051—Ingalls, Economic Equities
  • 2052—J. B. Robinson, What is the Use of a Building Law?
  • 2053—Henry Olerich, What the American Civil War Has Not Done
  • x2054—Pentecost, The Anarchistic Method
  • x2055—Adeline Champney, What is Worth While?
  • 2056—Victor Yarros, Count Leo Tolstoi, Christian Anarchist
  • 2057—Alfred Westrup, Sex Slavery
  • 2058—Alfred Westrup, Money, Cooperative Banking & Exchange
  • 2059—Dyer D. Lum, Utah and its People
  • x2060—Dyer D. Lum, Buddhism Notwithstanding
  • x2061—de Cleyre, Ladies Liberal League
  • 2062—J. D. Miller, Bolton Hall: The Man and His Books—$1.00
  • 2063—Hugh O. Pentecost, The Tap-Root of Industrial Discontent—$1.00
  • x2064—S. P. Andrews, Constitutions & Organic Bases—
  • 2065—Emma Goldman, Psychology of Political Violence—$4.50
  • x2066—Emma Goldman, A New Declaration of Independence, etc.—5.00
  • 2067—Lysander Spooner, The Constitution of No Authority (pocket)—
  • 2068—Goldman & Spooner, New Declaration & The Constitution of No Authority (pocket)—
  • 2069—Bolton Hall, Tales of Snap, the Philosopher Dog (8vo, 28 pages)—$5.00
  • 2070—William Bailie, Josiah Warren (4to, 160 pages)
  • 2071—Elisee Reclus’ Great Globe—2.00
  • 2072—Two Socialist Catechisms
  • 3001—Dyer D. Lum on Anarchy—$1.50
  • 3002—Dyer D. Lum on the “Mormon Question”—$15.00

LOVE / SEX / GENDER 4501-4600

  • x4501—Austin Kent, Free Love
  • x4502—Cridge, Man’s Rights

The titles listed here were ultimately unpublished, but similar titles were listed in the general anarchist category:

  • 2011—Moses Harman, “A Free Lover’s Creed”

Material on similar topics was also featured in a later series:

La Frondeuse / Black and Red Feminism

  • Black and Red Feminism from 19th Century France
  • Black and Red Feminism #3
  • La Frondeuse: Unruly Writings by Radical Women #3
  • La Frondeuse #4: Jenny P. d’Héricourt
  • La Frondeuse #5: Emma Goldman
  • La Frondeuse #6: Sophie Kropotkin
  • Flora Tristan, The Emancipation of Woman, or Testament of a Pariah [pdf]
  • archive page

A Beautiful Nihilist

  • Sergei Stepniak, A Female Nihilist: The True Story of the Nihilist Olga Liubatovitch, with Other Writings concerning Women in the Russian Nihilist Movement [pdf]
  • Sergei Stepniak, The New Convert: Drama in Four Acts [pdf]

EQUITISM  4601-4700

  • 4601—Warren Edwin Brokaw, “The Only Unpardonable Sin” [text]

NON-RESISTANCE / COME-OUTERISM (4701-4800)

  • 4701—William Goodell, Come-Outerism
  • 4702—Adin Ballou, Non-Resistance in Relation to Human Government
  • 4703—Sidney Hook, The Philosophy of Non-Resistance
  • 4704—Charles Whipple, Non-Resistance Principle
  • 4705—Thomas Cooper, Two Orations [not published]
  • 4706—Nathaniel P. Rogers, An 1841 Anti-Slavery Tour of the White Hills (60)
  • archive page

RESPONSES TO ANARCHISM  (4801-5000)

  • 4801—Mr. Anything, the “Anarchist”—$1.00
    4802—The Medical Treatment of Anarchism—$1.00
    4803—Joseph Conrad, An Anarchist—$2.50
    4804—The Break-up of the Soho Anarchist League—$1.00
    8495—Susan Glaspell, The Anarchist: His Dog—$2.00
    4806—E. W., The Island of Anarchy (48, 4to)—$
    4807—I. Crane Clark, Where is Robert Palmer? (32, 8vo)
    4808—Ambrose Bierce, Ashes of the Beacon (64 pages, 4to)

NEW PROUDHON LIBRARY 5001-6000

x5001.1—What is Property? I—Property as a Power of Exclusion
x5001.2—What is Property? II—Property as a Power of Invasion
x5001.3—What is Property? III—Letter to Blanqui
5020.1—The Philosophy of Progress
5021.1—Justice in the Revolution and in the Church, I—Program

BLAZING STAR LIBRARY 6001-6100

6001—Equality
6002—Mutual Banking (1850)
6003—The Doctrine of Life (Theological Writings, Vol. 1)
x6004—Theological Writings, Vol. 2
6005—Letter to the Rev. Henry W. Foote—$2.00
6050
6051—Equality and Mutual Banking (v. 1)
6011—F de Lamennais, The People’s Own Book
x6013—Letters from Sister Mary Ignatia to Her Own Mother

LIBERTY 2.0 6101-6300

6101—Clement M. Hammond, Then and Now
6102—Ernest Lesigne, Six Socialistic Letters
6103—Victor Yarros, Tchernychewsky’s Life and Trial
6104—P.-J. Proudhon, Galileo
6105—J. K. Ingalls, Henry George Examined—$2.00
6106—
6107—Dyer D. Lum, Eighteen Christian Centuries
6108—
6109—
6110—
6111—Michael Bakunin, The Political Theology of Mazzini
6112—
6113—Sophie Kropotkin, The Wife of Number 4,237—$4.00 [4×10/lemon]

RADICAL REVIEW REPRINTS 6301-6400

6301—Stephen Pearl Andrews, The Labor Dollar
6302—William J. Potter, The Two Traditions
6303—Morse, So the Railway Kings Itch for an Empire…?
6304—Elie Reclus, Female Kinship and Maternal Filiation
6305—Lysander Spooner, The Law of Prices
6306—J. K. Ingalls, Work and Wealth
6307—Henry Edger, Prostitution & the International Woman’s League
x6308—Lysander Spooner, Our Financiers
x6309—Lysander Spooner, Gold and Silver as Standards of Value

LEFT-COMMUNISM / LIBERTARIAN MARXISM 6901-7000

6901—E. Dietzgen, Joseph Dietzgen & Proletarian Method—$5.00
x6902—Joseph Dietzgen, Excursions of a Socialist…–
x6903—Anton Pannekoek, Marxism and Darwinism

DOCTRINE OF HUMANITY 7001-7400

7001—Desage & Desmoulins, The Doctrine of Humanity—Aphorisms
7002—Louis Pierre Leroux, Pierre Leroux’s Doctrine of Humanity
7003—Orestes Brownson, Pierre Leroux & the Doctrine of Humanity
7004—Pierre Leroux, Individualism and Socialism
7005—Pierre Leroux, George Berkeley and Idealism
x7006—Desmoulins, The Paris Workmen and the Commune
7007—Pierre Leroux, What if the Gospel were Right? (48 pages, 8vo)—$

ANARCHIST CLASSICS / COLLECTIVE REASON 7401-8000

7401—A Proletarian, Nationalities Considered…
7402—Bellegarrigue, To the Point! To Action!!—$4.00
x7403—Anarchy: A Journal of Order #2
7404—Joseph Dejacque, Down with the Bosses!—$2.00
7405—Joseph Dejacque, The Circulus in Universality
7406—Black and Red Feminism pamphlet

LIBRARY OF EQUITABLE COMMERCE 8001-8175

8001—Sidney H. Morse, Liberty and Wealth: Selected Writings
8002—Josiah Warren, Brief Outline of Equitable Commerce
8003—William Pare, Equitable Villages in America—$3.50
x8004—Frances Wright, Wealth & Money
8005—Thomas & Maria L. Varney, Equitable Commerce (72 pages, 8vo)

ART-LIBERTY! / RADICAL POSITIVISM 8176-8200

8176—Calvin Blanchard, Hell on Earth!—$4.00
8177—Calvin Blanchard, A Crisis Chapter on Government—$1.00
8177Q—Calvin Blanchard, A Crisis Chapter on Government—$
8178—Calvin Blanchard, My Undertaking and Its Auspices—$1.00
8179—Henry Edger, Modern Times, the Labor Question & the Family—$2.00
x8180—Blanchard, Religio-Political Physics
8181—Calvin Blanchard, The Life of Thomas Paine

UTOPIAS AND “UTOPIAN” SOCIALISM/SCIENCE FICTION 8201-8475

8201—Victor Considerant, The Ideal of a Perfect Society
8202—Milo Hastings, Roadtown: a Mecca for Physical Culturists
8203—Leavitt and Lloyd, “Anti-Malthus” and “A Vision of the Future:”
8204—The “Symmesonian” Letters, Cincinnati, 1824
8402o—The “Symmesonian” Letters, Cincinnati, 1824 (40 pages, 8vo)
8205—P. Q. Tangent, The New Columbia, or, the Re-United States
8206—Mathieu Briancourt, The Organization of Labor and Association
8207—Orestes Brownson, On Briancourt
8208—Paul Brown, Twelve Months in New Harmony
8209—John Symmes’s Theory of Concentric Spheres—$6.00
8210—William Gould, Utopia—4.00
8211—Thomas Kirwin, Reciprocity in the Thirtieth Century—$22.50
8212—Equality; or, A History of Lithconia—$15.00
8213—James De Mille, A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder—$25.00/35.00 (208p)
8214—Henry S. Drayton, In Oudemon (200)
8215–Aerio-Nautical Man, Recollections of Six Days’ Journey in the Moon (64 pages, 8vo) —$
8216—The Life and Astonishing Adventures of John Daniel (128 pages)—$
8217—Benjamin Franklin Heuston, The Rice Mills of Port Mystery (96 pages)—$
8218—Edward Page Mitchell, The Ablest Man in the World (64 pages, 8vo)—$
8219—Voltaire, Micromegas (64 pages, 8vo)—$
8220—Ely’s Automatic Housemaid & Mr. Corndropper’s Hired Man (60 pages, 8vo)—$
8221—Edgar Allan Poe, A Descent into the Maelstrom (64 pages, 8vo)—$
8222—Edgar Chambless, Roadtown (72 pages, pam)—$
8222—Edgar Chambless, Roadtown (72 pages, fo, hc)—$
8223—Milo Hastings, Essays on Urbanism (24 pages, pam)—$2.00
8224—Henry Olerich, A Cityless and Countryless World
8225—Leverdant on Property
8226—The Pleaides Club

PANARCHY 8476-8500

8476—Paul Emile de Puydt, Panarchy
8477— Paul Emile de Puydt, Panarchy (flex)

LAND BANKS AND MUTUAL BANKING 8501-8700

8501—Samuel Hartlib, An Essay on Master W. Potter’s Designe—$1.00
8502—Severasl related to the Fund—$1.00
8503—Model for Erecting a Bank of Credit—$2.50
8504—Some Worcester Matters (excerpt)—$.50
8505—Richard Fry, A Scheme for a Paper Currency—$6.50

LABOR / SYNDICALISM/ IWW 8701-9000

8701—Lizzie Holmes, Scabs
8702—Arnold Roller, The Social General Strike
8703—Walker C. Smith, Was it Murder?
8704—Ralph Chaplin, The Centralia Conspiracy—5.00
8705— The “Knights of Liberty” Mob & the Tulsa IWW Prisoners —$1.00
8706—Arturo Giovanitti, Syndicalism: the Creed of Force—2.00
8707—Thorstein Veblen, On the Nature and Uses of Sabotage—$1.50
8708—Emma Goldman, Syndicalism—$1.50
8709—Emile Pouget, Syndicalism in France—$1.00

EDWARD CARPENTER LIBRARY 9001-9100

9001—Exfoliation
9001Q—Exfoliation
9002—Non-Governmental Society
9003—Sex-Love and its Place in a Free Society
9004—An Unknown People
9005—Ernest Crosby, Edward Carpenter: Poet and Prophet—$2.50
x9006—After Long Ages
x9007—Days with Walt Whitman
x9008—The Intermediate Sex
x9009—Desirable Mansions
9010—Leonard Abbott, Edward Carpenter & His Message

RADICALS OF THE AMERICAN RENAISSANCE 9101-9300

9101—Orestes Brownson, The Mediatorial Life of Jesus
9102—William Henry Channing, Call of the Present
9103—Bolton Hall & Ralph Waldo Emerson, Emerson the Anarchist
9104—Caroline Dall, Margaret and Her Friends—4.50

CHARTISTS, DIGGERS, LEVELLERS, ETC. 9301-9500

9301—William Benbow, Grand National Holiday—$2.00
9302—William Benbow & Origins of General Strike—$1.00
9303—Thomas Spence, The Real Rights of Man—$1.00
x9304—Richard Overton, An Arrow Against all tyrants
9305—Thomas Paine, Agrarian Justice—$2.00

LAISSEZ FAIRE RADICALS / RICARDIAN SOCIALISTS / NEAR MISSES 9501-9600

9501—Etienne de la Boetie, Slaves by Choice—$2.50
9502—Gustave de Molinari, On the Production of Security
9503—Thomas Hodgskin, Labor Defended—$3.00

LITERATURE 9601-9800

MISCELLANEOUS 9801-9900

9801—Esther Lowenthal, The Ricardian Socialists
9802—William Manning, The Key of Libberty
9803—Andrew MacFarland Davis, Shays Rebellion a Political Aftermath
9804—J. F. Bray—God and Man a Unity
9805—
x9806—Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George
x9807—Alexander Bryan Johnson, Deep Sea Soundings
x9808—Agathon de Potter, Summary of Social Economy
x9809—Colins, Rational Socialism
CATALOGS / ETC.
9901-0000
9901—Catalog A

WEEKLY BLACKBIRDS

  • BB-2010-x1—Paul Adam, Eulogy for Ravachol—FREE
  • BB-2010-01—Bolton Hall, What Tolstoi Taught—FREE
  • BB-2010-02—Bolton Hall, Cutting the Roots of Congestion—FREE
  • BB-2010-03—Bolton Hall, The Land and the Mind—FREE

To get a sense of the volume of pamphlets produced in the early days of the Corvus Editions project—and the scale of the recovery project today—consider this listing from May, 2009, just a few months after the work began:

The First 150(+):

  1. LeftLiberty 1: The Unfinished Business of Liberty
  2. LeftLiberty 2: The Gift Economy of Property
  3. Mutualist 1: Two-Gun Mutualism and the Golden Rule
  4. The High Tide of Mutualism
  5. Songbird 1: Whisper Song of the Catbird
  6. Shawn P. Wilbur, Futurist Synthesis
  7. Shawn P. Wilbur, Dromologies/Pornologies
  8. Shawn P. Wilbur, What Means this Art Strike?
  9. Henry Addis, Essays on the Social Problem
  10. Stephen Pearl Andrews, Revisal of Kant’s Categories
  11. E. Armand, Mini-Manual of the Individualist Anarchist
  12. Louisa Sarah Bevington, An Anarchist Manifesto
  13. Ernest Howard Crosby, Golden Rules Jones, Mayor of Toledo
  14. De Cleyre, A Study of the General Strike in Philadelphia
  15. Voltairine de Cleyre, Essential Writings
  16. Jay Fox, What’s to be Done?
  17. Clement Milton Hammond, The Prolongation of Human Life
  18. Moses Harman, A Free Lover’s Creed
  19. Elbert Hubbard, I Am an Anarkist
  20. 2012S—Elbert Hubbard, I Am an Anarkist
  21. J. K. Ingalls, Books: Their Sphere and Influence—
  22. J. K. Ingalls, Woman’s Industrial Subjection
  23. J. K. Ingalls, On Rights
  24. J. K. Ingalls, The Exodus of Labor
  25. Samuel Jones, A Plea for Simpler Living
  26. Eliphalet Kimball, Anarchy is a Good Word
  27. Dyer D. Lum, The Basis of Morals
  28. Dyer D. Lum, Labor’s Attitude to Non-Unionists
  29. Dyer D. Lum, A Journalist’s Confession
  30. Errico Malatesta, A Little Theory
  31. The Rebel (complete run)
  32. P.-J. Proudhon, The Malthusians
  33. P.-J. Proudhon, The State
  34. P.-J. Proudhon, Toast to the Revolution
  35. Tucker, et al, Some Socialist and Anarchist Views of Education
  36. William M. van der Weyde, Thomas Paine’s Anarchism
  37. Edwin C. Walker, Liberty vs. Assassination
  38. Ross Winn, The Archic
  39. Wallace E. Nevill, God and Government
  40. W. H. van Ornum, Mating or Marrying, Which?
  41. J. A. Langlois, P. J. Proudhon: His Life and Work
  42. Han Ryner, Mini-Manual of Individualism
  43. Morrison I. Swift, A League of Justice
  44. Herman Kuehn, The Problem of Worry
  45. John Badcock, Jr., Slaves to Duty
  46. James L. Walker, Philosophy of Egoism
  47. Charles Malato, Some Anarchist Portraits
  48. Ezra Heywood and E. Wright, Family Bank
  49. Peter Kropotkin, Anarchism
  50. Dyer D. Lum, The Economics of Anarchy
  51. Elbert Hubbard, Max Stirner
  52. Bevington, Common-Sense Country
  53. J. B. Robinson, What is the Use of a Building Law?
  54. Henry Olerich, What the American Civil War Has Not Done
  55. Victor Yarros, Count Leo Tolstoi, Christian Anarchist
  56. Alfred Westrup, Sex Slavery
  57. Alfred Westrup, Money, Cooperative Banking and Exchange
  58. J. D. Miller, Bolton Hall: The Man and His Books
  59. Hugh O. Pentecost, The Tap-Root of Industrial Discontent
  60. S. P. Andrews, Constitutions and Organic Bases of the Pantarchy and New Catholic Church
  61. Dyer D. Lum on Anarchy
  62. Warren Edwin Brokaw, The Only Unpardonable Sin
  63. William Goodell, Come-Outerism
  64. Adin Ballou, Non-Resistance in Relation to Human Gov’t
  65. Sidney Hook, The Philosophy of Non-Resistance
  66. Charles Whipple, Non-Resistance Principle
  67. Mr. Anything, the “Anarchist”
  68. The Medical Treatment of Anarchism
  69. Joseph Conrad, An Anarchist
  70. The Break-up of the Soho Anarchist League
  71. Susan Glaspell, The Anarchist: His Dog
  72. P.-J. Proudhon, The Philosophy of Progress
  73. P.-J. Proudhon, Justice in the Revolution and in the Church, I—Program
  74. William B. Greene, Equality
  75. William B. Greene, Mutual Banking (1850)
  76. TWilliam B. Greene, he Doctrine of Life (Theological Writings, Vol. 1)
  77. Clement M. Hammond, Then and Now
  78. Ernest Lesigne, Six Socialistic Letters
  79. Victor Yarros, Tchernychewsky’s Life and Trial
  80. P.-J. Proudhon, Galileo
  81. J. K. Ingalls, Henry George Examined
  82. Dyer D. Lum, Eighteen Christian Centuries
  83. Michael Bakunin, The Political Theology of Mazzini
  84. Sophie Kropotkin, The Wife of Number 4,237
  85. Stephen Pearl Andrews, The Labor Dollar
  86. William J. Potter, The Two Traditions
  87. Morse, So the Railway Kings Itch for an Empire…?
  88. Elie Reclus, Female Kinship and Maternal Filiation
  89. Lysander Spooner, The Law of Prices
  90. J. K. Ingalls, Work and Wealth
  91. Henry Edger, Prostitution and the International Woman’s League
  92. E. Dietzgen, Joseph Dietzgen and Proletarian Method
  93. Desage and Desmoulins, The Doctrine of Humanity—Aphorisms
  94. Louis Pierre Leroux, Pierre Leroux’s Doctrine of Humanity
  95. Orestes Brownson, Pierre Leroux and the Doctrine of Humanity
  96. Pierre Leroux, Individualism and Socialism
  97. A Proletarian, Nationalities Considered…
  98. Bellegarrigue, To the Point! To Action!!
  99. Joseph Dejacque, Down with the Bosses!
  100. Sidney H. Morse, Liberty and Wealth
  101. Josiah Warren, Brief Outline of Equitable Commerce
  102. William Pare, Equitable Villages in America
  103. Calvin Blanchard, Hell on Earth!
  104. Calvin Blanchard, A Crisis Chapter on Government
  105. Calvin Blanchard, My Undertaking and Its Auspices
  106. Henry Edger, Modern Times, the Labor Question and the Family
  107. Victor Considerant, The Ideal of a Perfect Society
  108. Milo Hastings, Roadtown: a Mecca for Physical Culturists
  109. Leavitt and Lloyd, “Anti-Malthus” and “A Vision of the Future:”
  110. The “Symmesonian” Letters, Cincinnati, 1824
  111. P. Q. Tangent, The New Columbia, or, the Re-United States
  112. Mathieu Briancourt, The Organization of Labor and Association
  113. Orestes Brownson, On Briancourt
  114. Paul Brown, Twelve Months in New Harmony
  115. John Symmes’s Theory of Concentric Spheres
  116. Paul Emile de Puydt, Panarchy
  117. Samuel Hartlib, An Essay on Master W. Potter’s Designe
  118. Severals related to the Fund
  119. Model for Erecting a Bank of Credit
  120. Some Worcester Matters (excerpt)
  121. Richard Fry, A Scheme for a Paper Currency
  122. Lizzie Holmes, Scabs
  123. Arnold Roller, The Social General Strike
  124. Walker C. Smith, Was it Murder?
  125. Ralph Chaplin, The Centralia Conspiracy
  126. The “Knights of Liberty” Mob and the Tulsa IWW Prisoners
  127. Arturo Giovanitti, Syndicalism: the Creed of Force
  128. Thorstein Veblen, On the Nature and Uses of Sabotage
  129. Emma Goldman, Syndicalism
  130. Emile Pouget, Syndicalism in France
  131. Edward Carpenter, Exfoliation
  132. Edward Carpenter, Non-Governmental Society
  133. Edward Carpenter, Sex-Love and its Place in a Free Society
  134. Edward Carpenter, An Unknown People
  135. Ernest Crosby, Edward Carpenter: Poet and Prophet
  136. Leonard Abbott, Edward Carpenter and His Message
  137. Orestes Brownson, The Mediatorial Life of Jesus
  138. William Henry Channing, Call of the Present
  139. Bolton Hall and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Emerson the Anarchist
  140. Caroline Dall, Margaret and Her Friends
  141. William Benbow, Grand National Holiday
  142. William Benbow and Origins of General Strike
  143. Thomas Spence, The Real Rights of Man
  144. Etienne de la Boetie, Slaves by Choice
  145. Gustave de Molinari, On the Production of Security
  146. Thomas Hodgskin, Labor Defended against the Claims of Capital
  147. Esther Lowenthal, The Ricardian Socialists
  148. William Manning, The Key of Libberty
  149. Andrew MacFarland Davis, Shays Rebellion a Political Aftermath
  150. J. F. Bray—God and Man a Unity
  151. F de Lamennais, The People’s Own Book
  152. Catalog 2
  153. Paul Adam, Eulogy for Ravachol
  154. Bolton Hall, What Tolstoi Taught
  155. Bolton Hall, Cutting the Roots of Congestion
  156. Bolton Hall, The Land and the Mind
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