Here’s a bit of follow-up on the Eliphalet Kimball story I recently posted. More searching has not turned up any more direct account of Kimball’s 1852 presidential platform, but while filling some holes in my […]
Eliphalet Kimball remains one of my favorite figures in the American anarchist tradition, in part because he remains so unknown, popping up here and there in the 19th century radical press to make the most […]
Tucked away in the pages of Liberty, Sidney H. Morse, Josiah Warren’s literary executor, contributed an odd item, a kind of “what-if” history of Robert Owen’s New Harmony, as if, at the critical moment, Josiah […]
[notice], Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2. Josiah Warren, the indefatigable pioneer of Reform, accompanied by Amos E. Senter, and his accomplished wife, passed through here last week to join the brotherhood who […]
“Equitable Commerce,” Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2. Equitable Commerce. We extract the following paragraphs from a pamphlet with this title, by Josiah Warren, published at Utopia, Ohio:— If a traveller in a […]
“Equitable Commerce,” Boston Investigator, 18, 49 (April 11, 1849), 3. Equitable Commerce. The following article on this subject by Josiah Warren, its discoverer, will be read with interest by his friends in this city and […]
“People’s Sunday Meeting,” Boston Investigator, 18, 46 (March 21, 1849), 3. People’s Sunday Meeting:—Next Sunday afternoon, the question of Equitable Commerce, or Mr. Warren’s new plan of Social Reform, will be discussed.