The Collected Works of Lysander Spooner (1834-1886), vol. 5 (1875-1886)
This a 5 volume collection of the works of the 19th century American legal theorist and abolitionist in chronological order of the year of publication. Vol. 5 contains material from 1875-1886. The essay “Vices are not Crimes” (1875) first appeared anonymously in Prohibition a Failure: or, The True Solution of the Temperance Question, ed. Dio Lewis (Boston: James R. Osgood and Co., 1875).
The Collected Works of Lysander Spooner (1834-1886): Vol. 5 (1875-1886) (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2010).
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- Author: Lysander Spooner
- The Collected Works of Lysander Spooner (1834-1886), in 5 vols. (Lysander Spooner)
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Table of Contents
- T.27: Vices are Not Crimes: A Vindication of Moral Liberty (1875).
- T.28: Our Financiers: Their Ignorance, Usurpations, and Frauds (1877).
- T.29: The Law of Prices: A Demonstration of the Necessity for an Indefinite Increase of Money (1877).
- T.30: Gold and Silver as Standards of Value: The Flagrant Cheat in Regard to Them (1878).
- T.31: Universal Wealth shown to be Easily Attainable. Part First (1879).
- T.32: No. 1. Revolution: The only Remedy for the Oppressed Classes of Ireland, England, and Other Parts of the British Empire (1880).
- T.33: Natural Law; or the Science of Justice (1882).
- PART FIRST.
- CHAPTER I.: THE SCIENCE OF JUSTICE.
- CHAPTER II.: THE SCIENCE OF JUSTICE (Continued)
- CHAPTER III.: NATURAL LAW CONTRASTED WITH LEGISLATION.
- T.34: A Letter to Thomas F. Bayard: Challenging his Right - and that of all the Other Socalled Senators and Representatives in Congress - to Exercise any Legislative Power whatever over the People of the United States (1882).
- T.35: A Letter to Scientists and Inventors, on the Science of Justice, and their Right of Perpetual Property in their Discoveries and Inventions (1884).
- T.36: A Letter to Grover Cleveland, on his False Inaugural Address, the Usurpations and Crimes of Lawmakers and Judges, and the Consequent Poverty, Ignorance, and Servitude of the People (1886).