Lewis Masquerier

Lewis Masquerier, “Politicology”

What is assembled here is two different sets of texts related to “a forthcoming work, entitled “Politicology;” a new development of Rights and Wrongs, &c., &c.,” announced in the land reform paper Young America in 1845 and then published as a 24-page separately numbered section in Sociology in 1877. […]

Lewis Masquerier

Lewis Masquerier (1802–1888)

Related Links: Masquerier in the “Boston Investigator” (1834-1888) Masquerier in “The Crisis” (1834) Masquerier in “The Free Enquirer” (1834) Masquerier in “The New Moral World” (1836–1841) Lewis Masquerier in the “Working Man’s Advocate” and “Young […]

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Lewis Masquerier in “The Free Enquirer” (1834)

Dear Sir,—I have received the Free Enquirer, and herein enclose you five dollars. I betrayed great ignorance when I wrote for it, last winter, but I had then just waked in my morn of reason, from my night of superstition; and living in these frontier regions, I was not certain that there was a liberal press in the Union. […]