The Peaceful Revolutionist

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The Peaceful Revolutionist: Contents

[Monthly; Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1833)-v. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 5, 1833); v. 2, no. 1 (May 1848).]

Volume 1 No. 1: January, 1833

Volume 1 No. 2: February 5, 1833

  • 5. Surrounding Circumstances
  • 6 (?): Of Our State Difficulties (J.W.)
  • 6: Principles and Progress of an Experiment of Rational Social Intercourse Continued
  • 7: Written on Hearing Unwelcome News (poem: J.W.)
  • Progress of Equal Exchange in England
  • 8: Society as it Is: The Causes of Its Evils, and the Practical Applications of the Proposed Remedies
  • "Themistocles said..."
  • A General Convention of the States
  • "The two first numbers of this paper..."

Volume 1 No. 3: March 1833

Volume 1., No. 4: April 5, 1833

  • 13: Individuality (Ed. P. R.)
  • 13: Cure for the Ague (Ed.)
  • 14: From an English paper. Glorious Uncertainty of the Law.
  • The Utica Co-Operator
  • Principles and Progress -- of an Experiment of Rational Social Intercourse (J.W.)
  • 15: To the Readers of the Free Enquirer
  • Society as It Is
  • The Western Courier
  • 16: Moral Philosophy: According to Paley
  • Moral Philosophy According to Truth
  • Education by Legislation
  • To Subscribers
  • Perhaps there has been too much repetition (Ed. P.R.)

Volume 2, Number 1: May 1848

Utopia, May, 1848

  • Untitled piece ("This paper may be considered the continuation of the Peaceful Revolutionist of 1833, of the Gazette of Equitable Commerce"and of the "Problem Solved" of 1846.")
  • 2: To James Bayliss (J. Warren)
  • 10: Mr. Editor (E.G. Cubberley)
  • 11: Progress (Ed.)
  • 12: Signs of Returning Reason
  • Revolution (Ed.)
  • 13: Encouragement: (A Young Mechanic)
  • To J.H.L.: A Word on Originality &c. (J.W.)
  • 15: Information
  • 16: To Correspondents
  • Terms (Josiah Warren, Editor and publisher)
  • "I make no apologies" (J.W.)