John Beverley Robinson (anarchist)
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John Beverley Robinson (1853–1923), was an American anarchist author, publisher, translator, and architect.
He was for a time publisher of the Free Soiler the newsletter of the Georgist American Free Soil Society. Today he is most identified with the individualist/egoist wing of American anarchism (though he also had incarnations as a Tolstoyan non-resistant and as a Georgist), and was associated with Benjamin Tucker’s Liberty.
- "Egoism" by J.B. Robinson
- The Economics of Liberty (1916) extract
- Rebuilding the World: An outline of the principles of anarchism (1917)
- The General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century by P.J. Proudhon, translated by J.B. Robinson
- Martin, J.J. Men Against the State: the expositors of individualist anarchism in America, 1827-1908 (1970)
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