Two Libertarians and a Mutualist Walk Into A Bar, and the Bartender Says “Sorry Mac, Sunday Sales are Prohibited!” (Three New Items in the Fair Use Repository)
Here’s a small brace of new items that I’ve added just now to Fair Use Repository. They are hypertext transcriptions based on material that I read and copied, with gratitude and thanks, during a research trip some years back to the Labadie Collection in the University of Michigan Libraries.
I’m starting in on work for the first issue of Clarence L. Swartz and Charles T. Sprading’s magazine, The Libertarian, which began publication in 1923. The magazine was the official organ of Sprading’s
Libertarian Leagueorganization, which focused primarily on education work in opposition to
Blue Laws, prohibition and morals legislation; Swartz served as editor of the magazine. Transcriptions of the essays in the inaugural issue of THE LIBERTARIAN are in progress; I recently put up an image of the front cover (which is kind of amazing), and two programmatic statements about the purpose and principles of the League and the magazine, What Is The Libertarian League? (C. C. Vincent) and Principles of the Libertarian League as approved by the organization.
I also added Edward H. Fulton, The Question of Wages: A Man’s Just Wage Is His Product (October 1925), a new article from Fulton’s small paper The Mutualist.
Read, cite and enjoy!