Anarchist Periodicals in English Published in the United by Ernesto A. Longa

By Ernesto A. Longa

In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, dozens of anarchist courses seemed through the usa regardless of restricted monetary assets, a pestering and censorial postal division, and protracted harassment, arrest, and imprisonment by way of the nation. Such works energetically encouraged a stateless society outfitted upon person liberty and voluntary cooperation. In Anarchist Periodicals in English released within the usa (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide, Ernesto A. Longa presents a glimpse into the doctrines of those publications.

This quantity highlights the articles, stories, manifestos, and artistic works of anarchists and left libertarians who have been devoted to propagandizing opposed to authoritarianism, sham democracy, salary and intercourse slavery, and race prejudice. within the survey are approximately a hundred newspapers produced all through North the USA. for every access, the subsequent details is equipped: identify, matters tested, subtitle, editor, ebook details, together with situation and frequency of e-book, participants, beneficial properties and topics, previous and succeeding titles and an OCLC quantity to facilitate the identity of possessing libraries through a WorldCat seek. Excerpts from a range of articles are supplied to express either the ideological orientation and rhetorical variety of each one paper's editors and participants. ultimately, certain cognizance is given to highlighting the scope of anarchist involvement in scuffling with obscenity and exertions legislation that abridged the perfect to freely circulation reform papers during the mails, communicate on road corners, and gather in union halls.

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1948). H-Bomb David Dellinger and Dwight MacDonald. “What Now? ” 2:6 (Feb. 1950). Roy Kepler, Roy Finch, and Paul Goodman. “What Now? ” 2:7 (Mar. 1950). ” 18 ALTRURIA ( 1907–1908) Issues 3 and 4 of vol. ” 3:5 (Jan. 1951). 7 Altruria (1907–1908) Prospectus: Altruria, representing no clique, no cult, belonging to no party, serving no master but the Truth, will not hesitate to point out the moral lepers or intellectual skunks, no matter where found, no matter if they wear the garb of the plutocratic hireling or parade in the cloak of the sham reformer.

George Wharton James. ” 2:1 (July 1907). Victor Robinson. ” 2:2 (Aug. 1907). Comstockism—Obscenity Theodore Schroeder. ” 1:3 (Mar. 1907). W. J. Robinson. ” 1:6 (June 1907). Robinson ridicules Theodore Schroeder’s assertion that there is no such thing as obscenity per se. Prisons Morrison I. Swift. ” 2:4 (Oct. 1907). R. ” 2:4 (Oct. 1907). R. ” Morrison I. Swift. ” 3:1 (Jan. 1908). Ethics—Reformers James F. Morton Jr. ” 2:5 (Nov. 1907). W. J. Robinson. ” 2:5 (Nov. 1907). Robinson refers particularly to Stirnerites and Tuckerites.

Magoon, John A. Morris, Carl Nold, Horace Traubel, Oliver A. ) OCLC Numbers: 5095964, 17688707, 42302086, 19333068, 31354682, 145133410 SELECTIONS James F. Morton Jr. ” 1 (Mar. 11, 1903). Morton pledges the Demonstrator to the cause of freedom of expression. James F. Morton Jr. ” 2 (Mar. 18, 1903)–9 (May 6, 1903). James F. Morton Jr. ” 4 (Apr. 1, 1903). ” James F Morton Jr. ” 11 (May 20, 1903)–13 (June 3, 1903). DEMONSTRATOR (1903–1908) 45 James F. Morton Jr. ” 15 (June 17, 1903). ” James F. Morton Jr.

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