Philosophical Anarchism: Its Rise, Decline, and Eclipse

@article{Yarros1936PhilosophicalAI,
  title={Philosophical Anarchism: Its Rise, Decline, and Eclipse},
  author={Victor S. Yarros},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={1936},
  volume={41},
  pages={470 - 483}
}
  • V. Yarros
  • Published 1 January 1936
  • History
  • American Journal of Sociology
Philosophical anarchism was an American phenomenon propounded by Benjamin R. Thucker of New Bedford, Massachusetts, who was influenced by Proudhon's What Is Property? He founded the journal Liberty in 1882 and continued to edit it for nearly thirty years. He was a pacifist and advocated an absence of all compulsion even in government. From American associates he came to advocate extreme individualism, holding that all coercion was immoral. The four major monopolies which he attacked were land… 

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Books and Periodicals

  • C. Hyneman
  • Political Science
    American Political Science Review
  • 1936
Adams, Arthur Barto. National economic security. Pp. 328. Norman (Okla.): Univ. of Okla. Press. 1936. American Public Health Assoc. Year book, 1935-36. Pp. 286. N. Y.: Am. Pub. Health Assoc. 1936.