In abolishing rent and interest, the last vestiges of old-time slavery, the Revolution abolishes at one stroke the sword of the executioner, the seal of the magistrate, the club of the policeman, the gauge of the exciseman, the erasing-knife of the department clerk, all those insignia of Politics, which young Liberty grinds beneath her heel.For always in thine eyes, O Liberty!
Shines that high light whereby the world is saved;
And though thou slay us, we will trust in thee.
To the Memory
MY OLD FRIEND AND MASTER
WHOSE TEACHINGS WERE MY FIRST SOURCE OF LIGHT
I GRATEFULLY DEDICATE THIS VOLUME
[I.] State Socialism and Anarchism: How Far They Agree and Wherein They Differ.
[II.] The Individual, Society, and the State.[II.1] The Relation of the State to the Individual.[III.] Money and Interest.
[II.2] [Our Purpose.]
[II.3] Contract or Organism, Whats That to Us?
[II.4] The Nature of the State.
[II.5] A Misinterpretation of Anarchism.
[II.6] Mr. Levys Maximum.
[II.7] Resistance to Taxation.
[II.8] A Puppet for a God.
[II.9] Mr. Perrines Difficulties.
[II.10] Where We Stand.
[II.11] Tu-Whit! Tu-Whoo!
[II.12] Rights and Duties Under Anarchy.
[II.13] More Questions.
[II.14] Mr. Blodgetts Final Question.
[II.15] Trying to Be and Not to Be.
[II.16] My Explanation.
[II.17] A Plea for Non-Resistance.
[II.18] Liberty and Aggression.
[II.19] Rule or Resistance Which?
[II.20] The Advisability of Violence.
[II.21] Mr. Pentecost an Abettor of Government.
[II.22] The Philosopher of the Disembodied.
[II.23] The Woes of an Anarchist.
[II.24] The Moral of Mr. Donisthorpes Woes.
[II.25] LÉtat est Mort; Vive lÉtat!
[II.26] Voluntary Co-operation.
[II.27] LÉtat, Cest lEnnemi.
[II.28] A Libertarians Pet Despotisms.
[II.29] Defensive Despotism.
[II.30] Still in the Procrustean Bed.
[II.31] Pinney Struggling with Procrustes.
[II.32] A Back Town Heard From.
[II.33] In Form a Reply, In Reality a Surrender.
[II.34] Fool Voters and Fool Editors.
[II.35] Ergo and Presto.
[II.36] The Right of Ownership.
[II.37] Individual Sovereignty Our Goal.
[II.38] New Abolition and Its Nine Demands.
[II.39] Compulsory Education Not Anarchistic.
[II.40] Relations Between Parents and Children.
[II.41] Compulsory Education and Anarchism.
[II.42] Children Under Anarchy.
[II.43] Not a Decree, but a Prophecy.
[II.44] Anarchy and Rape.
[II.45] An Unfortunate Analogy.
[II.46] The Boycott and Its Limit.
[II.47] A Case Where Discussion Convinced.
[II.48] A Spirit More Evil Than Alcohol.
[II.49] A Word About Capital Punishment.
[II.50] No Place for a Promise.
[II.51] On Picket Duty.[III.1] Who is the Somebody?[IV.] Land and Rent.
[III.2] Reform Made Ridiculous.
[III.3] A Defence of Capital.
[III.4] The Position of William.
[III.5] Capitals Claim to Increase.
[III.6] A Baseless Charge.
[III.7] Another Answer to Mr. Babcock.
[III.8] Attention, Apex!
[III.10] Apex or Basis.
[III.11] The Position of William.
[III.12] Economic Hodge-Podge.
[III.13] An Unwarranted Question.
[III.14] An Alleged Flaw in Anarchy.
[III.15] Shall the Transfer Papers Be Taxed?
[III.16] Money and Capital.
[III.17] To-days View of Interest.
[III.18] To-days Excellent Fooling.
[III.19] Government and Value.
[III.20] The Power of Government Over Values.
[III.21] Free Trade in Banking.
[III.22] Currency and Government.
[III.23] The Equalization of Wage and Product.
[III.24] A False Idea of Freedom.
[III.25] Monopoly, Communism, and Liberty.
[III.26] Pinney His Own Procrustes.
[III.27] Ten Questions Briefly Answered.
[III.28] A Standard of Value a Necessity.
[III.29] A Necessity or a Delusion Which?
[III.30] Anarchys New Ally.
[III.31] Economic Superstition.
[III.32] A Book That is Not Milk for Babes.
[III.33] State Banking Versus Mutual Banking.
[III.34] Mr. Bilgrams Rejoinder.
[III.35] Free Money.
[III.36] Free Money First.
[III.37] Stop the Main Leak First.
[III.38] An Indispensable Accident.
[III.39] Leland Stanfords Land Bank.
[III.40] Mutualism in the Service of Capital.
[III.41] Edward Atkinsons Evolution.
[III.42] A Greenbacker in a Corner.
[III.43] Free Money and the Cost Principle.
[III.44] Proudhons Bank.
[III.45] Why Wages Should Absorb Profits.
[III.46] A Great Idea Perverted.
[III.47] On Picket Duty.[IV.1] The Land for the People.[V.] Socialism.
[IV.2] Basic Principles of Economics: Rent.
[IV.3] Rent: Parting Words.
[IV.4] Property Under Anarchism.
[IV.5] Mere Land No Saviour for Labor.
[IV.6] Henry Georges Secondary Factors.
[IV.7] The State Socialists and Henry George.
[IV.8] Liberty and the George Theory.
[IV.9] A Criticism That Does Not Apply.
[IV.10] Land Occupancy and Its Conditions.
[IV.11] Competitive Protection.
[IV.12] Protection, and Its Relation to Rent.
[IV.13] Liberty and Land.
[IV.14] Rent, and Its Collection by Force.
[IV.15] The Distribution of Rent.
[IV.16] Economic Rent.
[IV.17] Liberty and Property.
[IV.18] Going to Pieces on the Rocks.
[IV.19] Simplifying Government.
[IV.20] On Picket Duty.[V.1] Socialism: What It Is.[VI.] Communism.
[V.2] Armies That Overlap.
[V.3] Socialism and the Lexicographers.
[V.4] The Sin of Herbert Spencer.
[V.5] Will Professor Sumner Choose?
[V.6] After Freiheit, Der Sozialist.
[V.7] State Socialism and Liberty.
[V.8] On Picket Duty.[VI.1] General Walker and the Anarchists.[VII.] Methods.
[VI.2] Herr Most on Libertas.
[VI.3] Still Avoiding the Issue.
[VI.4] Herr Most Distilled and Consumed.
[VI.5] Should Labor be Paid or Not?
[VI.6] Does Competition Mean War?
[VI.7] Competition and Monopoly Confounded.
[VI.8] On Picket Duty.[VII.1] The Power of Passive Resistance.[VIII.] Miscellaneous.
[VII.2] The Irish Situation in 1881.
[VII.3] The Method of Anarchy.
[VII.4] Theoretical Methods.
[VII.5] A Seed Planted.
[VII.6] The Home Guard Heard From.
[VII.8] Labors New Fetich.
[VII.9] Mr. Pentecosts Belief in the Ballot.
[VII.10] A Principle of Social Therapeutics.
[VII.11] The Morality of Terrorism.
[VII.12] The Beast of Communism.
[VII.13] Time Will Tell.
[VII.14] The Facts Coming to Light.
[VII.15] Liberty and Violence.
[VII.16] Convicted by a Packed Jury.
[VII.17] Why Expect Justice from the State?
[VII.18] The Lesson of the Hour.
[VII.19] Convicted for Their Opinions.
[VII.20] To the Breach, Comrades!
[VII.21] On Picket Duty.[VIII.1] The Lesson of Homestead.
[VIII.2] Save Labor from Its Friends.
[VIII.3] Is Frick a Soldier of Liberty?
[VIII.4] Shall Strikers be Court-Martialled?
[VIII.5] Census-Taking Fatal to Monopoly.
[VIII.6] Anarchy Necessarily Atheistic.
[VIII.7] A Fable for Malthusians.
[VIII.8] Auberon Herbert and His Work.
[VIII.9] Solutions of the Labor Problem.
[VIII.10] Karl Marx as Friend and Foe.
[VIII.11] Do the Knights of Labor Love Liberty?
[VIII.12] Play-House Philanthropy.
[VIII.13] Beware of Batterson!
[VIII.14] A Gratifying Discovery.
[VIII.15] Cases of Lamentable Longevity.
[VIII.16] Spooner Memorial Resolutions.
[VIII.17] On Picket Duty.
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