New York: Edwin C. Walker, publisher, 1908. Paperback. [64, 8p.], 5.5x8 inches, green printed wraps, bottom corner dampstained throughout, contemporary pen notation on rear wrap, date stamped on front wrap else good condition.
Walker writes on sex, liberty with much discussion of Benjamin R. Tucker's views, a polemic on the errors of Clarence Darrow, racephobia and more. Walker was associated with Moses Harman, free love & anarchist circles. In 1886 he served 75 days in prison for entering into a "free marriage" with Harman's 16-year-old daughter Lillian.