Denver, CO: Francis D. Tandy, Publisher, 1896. 228p., first edition, original cloth binding edge worn with fraying at the head and tail of the spine. Individualist anarchist work dedicated to Benjamin Tucker.
"An anarchist (voluntary socialism) text that advocates, in the tradition of Proudhon, Warren and Tucker, the end of the state and of monopoly of wealth. In their place the work argues for the organization of society on the foundation of freedom, natural association and mutual exchange. While advocating the establishment of banks on the basis of labor values, there is a constant opposition to what is described as state socialism." - Paul Nursey-Bray, Anarchist thinkers and thought, an annotated bibliography. New York, 1992. No. 858.