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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY - Auberon Herbert, The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State and Other Essays (1978 ed.) 
The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State, and Other Essays, ed. Eric Mack (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1978).
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Auberon Herbert's Political Writings
- “The Canadian Confederation.” Fortnightly Review, 1867.
- “Address on the Choices between Personal Freedom and State Protection.” Delivered at the annual meeting of the Vigilance Association for the Defense of Personal Rights, March 9, 1880. London: Vigilance Association, 1880.
- “State Education: A Help or Hindrance?” Fortnightly Review, 1880.
- “A Politician in Trouble About His Soul.” Fortnightly Review (in five parts) 1883, 1884. The last sequel bore the separate title, “A Politician in Sight of Haven.” The whole work was reprinted as A Politician in Trouble About His Soul (London: Chapman & Hill, 1884). “A Politician in Sight of Haven” was serialized in Benjamin Tucker's Liberty in 1884, and published by Tucker in Boston in 1884 and 1890.
- The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State. London: Williams & Norgate, 1885—based on a series of articles in and on letters to the Newcastle Weekly Chronicle.
- “The Rights of Property.” The proceedings of and Herbert's address at the seventh annual meeting of the Liberty and Property Defense League, December l0, 1889. London: Liberty & Property Defense League, 1890.
- Free Life. Edited by Herbert (weekly, later monthly). London, 1890-190l.
- “'The Rake's Progress' in Irish Politics.” Fortnightly Review, 1891.
- “The True Line of Deliverance.” In A Plea of Liberty. Edited by T. Mackay. London: John Murray, 1891.
- “Under the Yoke of the Butterflies.” Fortnightly Review (in two parts), 1891, 1892.
- “A Cabinet Minister's Vade-mecum; a Satire.” Nineteenth Century1893.
- “Is the Hope of Our Country an Illusion?” New Review, 1894.
- “The Ethics of Dynamite,” Contemporary Review, 1894.
- “Wares for Sale in the Political Market.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science (in two parts), 1895.
- “State Socialism in the Court of Reason.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science (in two parts), 1895.
- “The Principles of Voluntaryism and Free Life.” Edited by E. E. Krott. Burlington, Vt.: Free Press Assoc., 1897. Second edition, 1899.
- “A Voluntaryist Appeal.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science, 1898.
- “Salvation by Force.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science, 1898.
- “Lost in the Region of Phrases.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science, 1899.
- “The Tragedy of Errors in the War in Transvaal.”Contemporary Review, 1900.
- “How the Pot Called the Kettle Black.” Contemporary Review, 1902.
- The Voluntaryist Creed (consisting of “Mr. Spencer and the Great Machine” and “A Plea of Voluntaryism”). London: W. J. Simpson, 1908.
- Taxation and Anarchism. With and edited by J. H. Levy. London: Personal Rights Assoc., 1912.
- E. Belfort Bax. “Voluntaryism Versus Socialism.”The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science, 1895.
- Dictionary of National Biography. Second Supplement. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1912.
- S. Hutchinson Harris. Auberon Herbert: Crusader for Liberty. London: Williams & Norgate, 1943.
- S. Hutchinson Harris. “Auberon Herbert.” Nineteenth Century and After, 1938.
- J. A. Hobson. “Rich Man's Anarchism.” The Humanitarian: A Monthly Review of Sociological Science, 1898.
- T. H. Huxley. “Government: Anarchy or Regimentation.” Nine-teenth Century, 1890.
- Liberty. Edited by Benjamin Tucker. Boston and New York, 1851-1908. Reprinted by Greenwood Press (Westport, Conn., 1970).
- Some of the relevant material appears in Tucker's Instead of a Book (New York: Tucker, 1893), reprinted by Arno Press (New York, I972).
This address was given by Auberon Herbert before a meeting of the Vigilance Association for the Defense of Personal Rights in London on March 9, 1880. It was published shortly thereafter by the Vigilance Association.