Washington, D.C. John Basil Barnhill, 1912-14. All six issues of the slender journal, formerly bound in a larger volume, now disbound but the six issues still sewn and glued together at spine. Later subtitle is "An organ of Jeffersonian democracy."
The individualist anarchist editor adopts a more classically conservative perspective on such issues as inheritance taxes and trusts, along with essays reprinted from other authors including A.J. Balfour, former British Prime Minister, alleging fallacies and self-defeating weaknesses of socialism.