Anarchist Classics Series

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The Anarchist Classics zine series was created to recover, republish and showcase classic texts from Anarchist, Individualist, and other radically anti-authoritarian social movements. We aim to introduce ideas, raise questions, and provoke conversations about the radical possibilities of total liberation, consensual politics and DIY social change.

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The series includes:

Traditional Denial of Government: Emergence of the Idea which Succeeds It,
by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1851)

The Death of Politics,
by Karl Hess (1969)

The Best of BAD Press: Tracts in Individualist Anarchism 1986-1999,
by Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade (2001)

The State,
by Randolph Bourne (1918)

The Principle of Association,
by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1851)

A Vindication of Natural Society,
by Anonymous (Edmund Burke) (1756)

Letters to Thomas F. Bayard,
by Lysander Spooner (1882, 1884)

The Economics of Anarchy: A Study of the Industrial Type,
by Dyer Lum (1890)

Problems of Anarchism: Property, Labor & Competition,
by William Bailie (1893)

Vices Are Not Crimes: A Vindication of Moral Liberty,
by Anonymous (Lysander Spooner) (1875)

Free Money: A Debate on Capital, Interest and Free Credit,
by Frederic Bastiat & Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1849-1850)

A Catechism of Anarchy,
by Anonymous (Mary Hansen, Voltairine de Cleyre, and the Philadelphia Anarchists) (1902)

Anarchism and American Traditions,
by Voltairine de Cleyre (1909)

The Right to Ignore the State,
by Herbert Spencer (1850)

I Welcome Disorder,
by Jo. Labadie (1911)

The State. Its Nature, Object, and Destiny.,
by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (Translated by Benjamin Tucker) (1849)

Epilogue to the Revolution,
by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1851)

Liberty Against Authority,
by Charles T. Sprading (1913)

State Aid to Science,
by Gertrude B. Kelly (1887)

A Plan for the Abolition of Slavery,
by Anonymous (Lysander Spooner) (1858)

Mutualist Methods: Two Essays on Practical Anarchy,
by Francis D. Tandy & Clarence L. Swartz (1896, 1927)

The Relation of Anarchism to Organization,
by Fred Schulder (1899)

They Who Marry Do Ill,
by Voltairine de Cleyre (1908)

The Question of Copyright: Selections from the Debate in Liberty over Individualist Anarchism, Equal Liberty and "Property in Ideas" ...,
by J. William Lloyd & Benjamin Tucker & Tak Kak & William Hanson & A. H. Simpson & John Beverley Robinson & Victor Yarros (1890-1891)

To Grow a Free Society: A Conversation on Anarchism & Socialism, Liberty & Equality, Taken from the Pages of Free Society,
by Ross Winn & A. LeRoy Loubal & Albina L. Washburn & Celia B. Whitehead (1902)

Minorities versus Majorities,
by Emma Goldman (1910)

The Black Flag of Anarchism,
by Paul Goodman (1968)

by Lysander Spooner (1867, 1870)

The Practicability of Mutualism,
by Clarence Lee Swartz (1926–1927)

Socialist Economics and the Labor Movement,
by Victor S. Yarros (1888)

Songs of Struggle and Sorrow: "Lawless" and 33 other radical poems,
by Miriam Daniell (1892-1902)

to try all strange sensations...,
by Voltairine de Cleyre (1901)

Socialism Without Statism: Three Socialistic Letters,
by Ernest Lesigne (1887)

The Soul of Man Under Socialism,
by Oscar Wilde (1891)

My Anarchism,
by S. E. Parker (1981)

What is Authority?,
by Mikhail Bakunin (1871)

Toward Natural Society: An Appendix to the Vindication of Natural Society,
by Early English Mutualists (1858)

Dyer D. Lum On Anarchy,
by Dyer Lum (1887)

Malatesta - the anarchy.,
by Errico Malatesta (1891)

Competition or Stagnation,
by Emile Armand (1964)

Anarchy is Order,
by Anselme Bellegarigue (1850)

Natural Law: or, the Science of Justice,
by Lysander Spooner (1882)

The Dominant Idea,
by Voltairine de Cleyre (1910)

Abortion Law Repeal, Sort Of: A Warning to Women,
by Lucinda Cisler (1970)

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    • Hi Tony,

      No, you don’t need to subscribe to get the full run. Just use the “BACK ISSUES” link in order to switch from a subscription to a back-issues order, and you can then add the full print run to your cart.


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