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Henry Ford

The International Jew: Volumes I, II, II, IV (1920-1922)

Being a Reprint of a Series of Articles Appearing in the Dearborn Independent

The International Jew is a four-volume set of booklets originally published and distributed in the early 1920s by the Dearborn Publishing Company, owned by the great American industrialist Henry For...

Lesley Fry

The Jews and the British Empire (1935)

The Jews and the British Empire (1935) by Lesley Fry

Introduction

THE succession of events which have led to the almost total loss of British prestige in the sight of the world, the failure in the lamentable Ethiopian affair, Britain's recognition of Bolshevism in Russia and Spain, and mistaken policy in India, Palestine,Egypt and elsewhere, m...

Lysander Spooner

Natural Law Contrasted With Legislation (2018)

Natural Law Contrasted With Legislation (2018) by Lysander Spooner

A two-sided foldable pamphlet in 4 parts.

Part I

Natural law, natural justice, being a principle that is naturally applicable and adequate to the rightful settlement of every possible controversy that can arise among men, being, too, the only standard by which any controversy...

Paul Dukes

Red Dusk and The Morrow: Adventures and Investigations in Red Russia (1922)

Red Dusk and The Morrow: Adventures and Investigations in Red Russia (1922) by Paul Dukes

Former Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service in Soviet Russia

From the Foreword

 
IF EVER there was a period when people blindly hitched their wagons to shibboleths and slogans instead of stars it is the present. In the helter-skelter of eve...

Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, 1842-1921

Law and Authority: An Anarchist Essay (1886)

Law and Authority: An Anarchist Essay (1886) by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, 1842-1921

"When ignorance reigns in society and disorder in the minds of men, laws are multiplied, legislation is expected to do everything, and each fresh law being a fresh miscalculation, men are continually led to demand from it what can proceed only from themselves,...