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Taxation and Anarchism: A Discussion between the Hon. Auberon Herbert and J.H. Levy (London: The Personal Rights Association, 1912).
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THE PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION.
FOUNDED 14th MARCH, 1871.
OFFICES: 11, ABBEVILLE ROAD, LONDON, S. W.
Mr. Franklin Thomasson, J.P., Ex-M.P.
Professor W. Steadman Aldis.
Alderman W. L. Beurle.
Mr. J. T. Biggs, J.P.
Mrs. Mona Caird.
Mr. Thomas Colby, J.P.
Mr. Josiah Mentor Gimson.
Councillor Sydney A. Gimson.
Miss Annie Goff.
M. Yves Guyot, late Minister of Public Works of France.
Walter R. Hadwen, J.P., M.D., L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., etc.
Dr. Frances E. Hoggan.
Mr. Arnold Lupton, Ex-M.P.
Mr. Walter McLaren, M.P.
Mr. Alfred Milnes, M.A.
Signor Ernesto Nathan, Syndic of Rome.
Mrs. Elinor F. Richards.
Mr. H. C. Stephens, Ex-M.P.
Mr. William Tebb.
Mrs. John P. Thomasson.
Mr. S. Van Houten, late Minister of the Interior, Holland.
Mr. W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L. Oxon.
Hon. Sec. and Treasurer: Mr. J. H. Levy.
Assistant Secretary: Mrs. Lorenza Garreau.
Parr’s Bank (Charing Cross Branch), Limited.
OBJECT OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The object of the Association is to uphold the principle of the perfect equality of all persons before the law in the exercise and enjoyment of their Individual Liberty within the widest practicable limits.
It seeks the attainment of this object—
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN THE PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION.
If you wish to join in this work, send a subscription to the Treasurer of the Association, at the above address; and the Individualist and a copy of each of the pamphlets and leaflets issued by the Association will be sent to you, as issued, by post. Do not miss the opportunity of co-operating in this work—the breaking of the chains of oppression and the liberation of all the forces which work for happiness and human dignity.
Cheques and Postal Orders should be crossed Parr’s Bank, Charing Cross Branch.
Further information with regard to the Association may be obtained from
(Mrs.) LORENZA GARREAU,