I’ve just been contacted by a library student and market anarchist who is interested in joining forces on archiving public domain material from the market anarchist traditions. And I’m feeling like there is sufficient interest (based on the reception of the Lucifer and Liberty issues I have posted) to make some better organized and more accessible archive a present priority. A couple of folks here have expressed interest interest in helping with technical matters, hosting, scanning, kibitzing, etc. I’m probably going to set up a “task force” mailing list this weekend to start hashing out some kind of plan. If you’re interested in participating, let me know. Otherwise, I’ll keep folks posted through the usual channels as things come together.
Benjamin R. Tucker, “The Lesson of Homestead,” Liberty, 8, 48 (Jul 23, 1892), 2. The Lesson of Homestead. Regarding method, one of the truths that has been most steadily inculcated by this journal has been […]
Benjamin Tucker, like a lot of us, took on a lot of projects, not all of which came to fruition. His “Proudhon Library” and the pamphlet version of Bellegarrigue’s “Anarchy: Journal of Order” are among […]