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Proudhon and His "Bank of the People." Being a defence of the great French anarchist, showing the evils of a specie currency, and that interest on capital can and ought to be abolished by a system of free and mutual banking. Series of newspaper articles written by..
New York: Benj. R. Tucker, 1896. First Edition. A series of articles originally appearing in Charles A. Dana's The Spirit of the Age (1849). Stoddard notes a second printing, probably in the same year, in square paper wrappers. See Roger A. Stoddard, "Liberty's Library: Benj. R. Tucker's Imprint 1875-1912" in Barnes (ed), Essays in Honor of William B. Todd (Austin: 1991), p. 169. First printing. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; morocco-grained stiff card wrappers with rounded corners, lettered in gilt on front cover; vii, 67, (2)pp. Small chip to rear wrapper; mild fading to titling, with front wrapper slightly sunned at edges; Very Good.
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