The American anti-socialist. An organ of Jeffersonian democracy published at Washington, D.C. John Basil Barnhill, editor and publisher. No. 6
Washington, D.C. John Basil Barnhill, 1914. Last issue of the slender journal, 16p., crinkled with a piece torn out of the margin on the front cover (no text loss), staple rusted, a reading copy.
The individualist anarchist editor adopts a more classically conservative perspective on such issues as inheritance taxes and trusts, with attacks on the alleged fallacies and self-defeating weaknesses of socialism.
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