While I was looking through The Radical Review yesterday (looking for a Francis Abbot contribution that James Martin mentions, but which does not actually seem to exist), I ran across Joshua King Ingalls’ Work and Wealth, which I hadn’t looked at in some time. The Radical Review is something of a gold mine, and one which Benjamin Tucker himself mined for pamphlet material. Work and Wealth was one of the essays that Tucker published separately (in 1881). There is still a good deal of work to be done on Ingalls, who made the familiar journey from clergyman to labor and land reformer, and was involved in a wide variety of activities during his long life, but we can now count Work and Wealth (pdf) among those works now freely available. Enjoy!
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