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A two-sided foldable pamphlet in 4 parts.
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...
A Letter to Thomas F. Bayard
"Challenging his right—and that of all the other so-called senators and representatives in Congress—to exercise any legislative power whatever over the people of the United States."
by Lysander Spooner
This volume, it is presumed by the author, gives what will generally be considered satisfactory evidence,— though not all the evidence,— of what the Common Law trial by jury really is. In a future volume, if it should be called for, it is designed to corroborate the grounds taken in th...
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.
BY LYSANDER SPOONER
THE question of treason is distinct from that of slavery and is the same that it would have been, if free States, instead of slave States, had seceded.
On the part of the North, the war was carried on, not to liberate the slaves, but by a government th...