Objections to Anarchism. George Barrett.

Objections to Anarchism

London: Freedom Press, 1921. First Edition. Anarchist George Barrett (pseudonym of George Powell Ballard, 1888-1917) offers answers to 24 objections to anarchism in a pamphlet published a few years after his death. Example: "How would you regulate the traffic? Answer: We should not regulate it....It would pay those who used the roads...to come together and discuss and make agreements as to the rules of the road." 12mo (7 inches / 18 cm), 32 pages in stapled wrappers. Light wear and cover soil, darkening to paper around staples, small chip at bottom of rear cover, vertical crease to pamphlet. A Very Good copy. SCARCE. Item #1194

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