Unique Catalogue of Advanced Literature. The Literature that Makes for Egoism in Philosophy Anarchism in Politics Iconoclasm in Art. with: Unique Catalogue of Advanced Literature. The Literature that Makes for Egoism in Philosophy Anarchism in Politics Iconoclasm in Art. With Now and Then a Book that Makes the Other Way. Benj. R. Tucker.
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Unique Catalogue of Advanced Literature. The Literature that Makes for Egoism in Philosophy Anarchism in Politics Iconoclasm in Art. with: Unique Catalogue of Advanced Literature. The Literature that Makes for Egoism in Philosophy Anarchism in Politics Iconoclasm in Art. With Now and Then a Book that Makes the Other Way.

New York: Benj. R. Tucker’s Unique Book Shop, 1906, 1907. Item #830

Together two catalogues.  12mo.  180 x 115 mm., [6 ¾ x 5 ¾ inches].  8pp.; 126 pp.  Original printed wrappers; upper margin of 1907 catalogue with a tear and minor loss of paper.


Benjamin Tucker was an American anarchist, Jeffersonian, individualist and publisher of the periodical, Liberty.  His long career spanned the first four decades of the 20th century and he was involved with numerous radical organizations and socialist groups that placed individual freedom and the rights and dignity of the common man at the center of his personal philosophy.


These two rare book catalogues record his early philosophical and economic interests, which focus, as the title suggest on politics, modern thought and art.  They offer for sale, contemporary authors whose works reflect his views, whether they be historians, novelists, artists, economist, or political theorist. 


Liberty was an “Anarchistic journal, expounding the doctrine that in Equal Liberty is to be found the most satisfactory solution of social questions, and that majority rule, or democracy, equally with monarchical rule, is a denial of Equal Library.”

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