No Treason. No. VI. The Constitution of No Authority (1870)
Although this is numbered number 6 there were only three parts to this series (1, 2, and 6) in which Spooner argues that the individual is not bound to obey the American constitution because it justified slavery and otherwise violated individual rights.
No Treason. No. VI. The Constitution of No Authority (Boston: Published by the Author, 1870).
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Table of Contents
- NO TREASON. NO. VI.
- THE CONSTITUTION OF NO AUTHORITY.