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  • ...st wishes to live his life, as much as possible—morally, intellectually, and economically—without concerning himself with the rest of the world, explo ...volves the domination of other men or the environment over the individual, and of the exploitation of the individual by another or by the group.
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  • ...rnment), the social doctrine of the abolition of government of man by man, and the constitution of society without government. ...science with relentless logic. While by no means objecting to organization and cooperation, provided it be voluntary, they would have all organization spr
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  • Orestes Brownson. "Berkeley and Idealism." ''Brownson's Quarterly Review.'' I, 1 (January, 1844) 29-56. ...m, especially his " New Theory of Vision," that we recollect to have seen; and we are sure, that our readers will thank us for giving it to them without a
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  • ...st [[Pierre Leroux]], arranged chronologically. Where available, texts and translation in the Libertarian Labyrinth are linked. Online texts on other sites are li ** at Gallica: [http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k88832c full text].
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  • ...lved: there remains the social problem, which only makes one of these two, and of which the solution, in the opinion of everyone, comes essentially from p ...of a new labor, of which this one aims to provide a glimpse of the design and to posit the bases.
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  • Charles Carleton Coffin. History of Boscawen and Webster, from 1733 to 1878. Concord, N. H.: Republican Press Association, 1 ...h their toes to a crack in the floor, their spelling-books in their hands, and made their " manners " when Lucy Hartwell said, " Attention !"
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  • AND ..., tried, and sentenced to two years imprisonment. The book was suppressed, and the French army, presumably, breathed more freely.
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  • ...ppeared in ''[[The Spirit of the Age]]''. I have added the original French text as well. == Text. ==
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  • This partial translation originally appeared in the ''London Weekly Tribune''. ==Text. ==
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  • ...gements with the "mediatorial" Christianity of [[William Ellery Channing]] and [[Orestes Brownson]] (although by this time, Brownson was on a rather diffe {{small-caps|Reverend and Dear Sir:}}
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  • ...London republication, "reprinted from ''The Anarchist''." The translation text here is taken from the Libertarian Microfiche Project reprint (PP 957) of t == Text ==
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  • * Lewis Masquerier, “To Robert Owen,” ''The Crisis, and National Co-Operative Trades’ Union Gazette'' 4, no. 13 (July 5, 1834): 9 ...ft.genre=article&rft.atitle=To+Robert+Owen&rft.title=The+Crisis%2C+and+National+Co-Operative+Trades%27+Union+Gazette&rft.date=1834-07-05&r
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  • ...f the main tenets of Mutualism and a sincere plea in favour of the freedom and autonomy of the individual. ...n for Defense Against the Invasive and for the Protection of Life, Liberty and Property of the Non-invasive.
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  • |translation=The error on this subject is so broad, so deep, so inveterate; the old righ ...records, fails at this point to reflect France's attachment to the manners and forms of royal power.
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  • ...tion=It has long been fashionable to attribute this conjuration to priests and kings: nothing is more unjust. ...aken in lieu of a formula. What does it prove? The inability to generalize and abstract, the oppression of the mind by the fact of substance.
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