Benjamin R. Tucker and the Champions of Liberty | Ed. by Michael Coughlin | Hardback
In all, there are 16 chapters, each written by different authors and each is devoted to a study of the influence Benjamin Tucker and his newspaper Liberty had on American political and social thought and action. This book is available either in hardcover or paperback.
This is an important book in the history of the study of egoism and individualist anarchist thought. Not only is the subject matter, Benjamin Tucker, a hugely important figure, but this collection brought together many more modern historians and advocates of a radical individualist thought. From the editors to the various contributors, it is an essential text.Featuring contributions from: Paul Avrich, Martin Blatt, Michael E. Coughlin, Morgan Edwards, Shoshana Edwards, Kenneth R. Gregg, Charles R. Hamilton, Mildred J. Loomis, Wendy Mcelroy, S.E. Parker, Sharon Presley, William O. Reichert, Dr. Jack Schwartzman, Charles Shively, Mark A. Sullivan, Carl Watner, Don Werkheiser
NOTE: These books are NEW OLD STOCK printed and bound just over two decades ago, obtained directly from the publishers archives. The books have the original price marked on the back cover, but are now uncommon and priced accordingly (i.e. we paid a higher price to obtain them than is what is on book).