Benjamin R. Tucker and "Liberty"

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Benjamin R. Tucker and "Liberty"

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3.—The Principles of Sociology. By Herbert Spencer. New York: D. Appleton & Co. pp. 704.   Herbert Spencer’s “Sociology” both gains and loses by being a single link in so long a chain as he has undertaken to forge. Of course the gain…

TO BENEDICT SPINOZA.   O pure as Christ, as deeply-souled             Whose life an alder-shaded stream,             Hid from the broad day's garish beam, In hush of thought unmurmuring rolled.   Thou outcast of an…

THE WARFARE.   Along the battle’s flaming van We mark the tried and true, — Defenders of the cause of man, A chosen, peerless few. Born to their mission and inspired, Oh, should they fall, we feel No spirit would like theirs be fired, No…

5. — The Cradle of the Christ: A Study of Primitive Christianity. By Octavius Brooks Frothingham. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. 8vo.   As regards seriousness of purpose, importance of subject, and charm of diction this book is to be classed…