The Individualist Anarchists: A Critique of Liberalism

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University Press of America, Jan 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 121 pages
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Examines a neglected but distinct group of extreme individualists of 19th-century America. Their social and political philosophies placed them in the anarchist tradition, yet these were mostly U.S.-born natives adhering to a variety of anti-statism peculiar to America and distinguishable from the more communitarian radicalism of the better known foreign-born advocates of anarchism like Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. This book argues that they represented not a genuine departure from liberalism, but a radical variant of the tradition, more faithful to it in some important respects.

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JOSIAH WARREN SOCIAL SCIENTIST
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STEPHEN PEARL ANDREWS AND
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Wm. Gary Kline has recently received his doctorate in government from the University of Texas at Austin.

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