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  • [[Benjamin Ricketson Tucker|T]]. "An Important Work," [[Liberty (1881-1907)|Liberty]], [[Liberty (1881- ...n of its economic conceptions. A correlation of the main results, accepted by competent Anarchists, of what is and is not economic truth, including the s
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  • ...s a champion and translator of European literature, and published numerous works in translation. == Works ==
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  • ...chism|individualist anarchism]] of [[Benjamin Ricketson Tucker|Benjamin R. Tucker]] and [[Liberty (1881-1907)|''Liberty'']]. ...0), 179-183.; II, 13 (March 30, 1850), 200-202.</ref> together with works by Proudhon,<ref>Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, "The Coming Era of Mutualism," ''Spir
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  • [[Benjamin Ricketson Tucker|Benjamin R. Tucker]], "The Lesson of Homestead," ''[[Liberty (1881-1907)|Liberty]]'', [[Libert ...he enemies of liberty can find no way of saving their own interests except by an appeal to liberty, Liberty means to make a note of it and hold them to i
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  • ''The Radical Review'' was [[Benjamin Ricketson Tucker|Benjamin R. Tucker's]] first radical periodical. He published four issues in 1877 and 1888. Co == Contents, by Issue: ==
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