SA1215 | Voluntary Socialism: A Sketch | Francis Dashwood Tandy


1845-1945, Book, Stand Alone

Voluntary Socialism: A Sketch Francis Dashwood Tandy 6×6″, 192 pages, perfect bound Stand Alone | SA1215 Available from: Underworld Amusements | Amazon.com | Amazon.UK Francis Dashwood Tandy (1867–1913) was frequently asked, “Can you recommend some book which will give me a brief but lucid outline of your ideas?” Despite the excellent existing literature on “voluntaryism,” nothing stood out as a […]

October 1, 2021

SA1210 | On Active Service | J.A.Andrews


1845-1945, Ragnar Redbeard, Stand Alone

On Active Service: Items in the History of the People’s Movement in Australia J.A.Andrews 5.5×8.5″, 44 pages, saddle-stitched Stand Alone | SA1210 Available from Underworld Amusements Eccentric Australian anarchist J.A.Andrews writes about his experience with the labor activist groups, including the Active Service Brigade, where he worked side-by-side with Arthur Desmond, popularly known by his pen […]

September 1, 2021

REDBEARD’S ROUGH STUFF.


1845-1945, Friedrich Nietzsche, Ragnar Redbeard

To the Editor of The Truth Seeker: The Crucible, Seattle, Wash., advertised a book, “Might Is Right,” by Ragnar Redbeard, and seemed to approve of the fiendishness of Nietzsche and the frightful crimes which the Huns recently practiced as ordinary daily activities. Now The Crucible says the article (offering the […]

August 11, 2021

SA1205 | Might Is Right: 1927 Facsimile & Leaf Edition


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Book, Kevin I. Slaughter, Ragnar Redbeard, Stand Alone

The newest issue of the mixed format journal Stand Alone is a limited edition of an egoist classic unlike any edition published before. “He is strongest who can best stand alone” —Ibsen Might is Right: 1927 Facsimile & Leaf Edition Author: Ragnar Redbeard / Arthur Desmond Introduction: Kevin I. Slaughter Publisher: Underworld Amusements Pages: 192 […]

August 6, 2021

Jeff Riggenbach reads “The Ego and His Own” by Max Stirner | 19 of 20 (10A)


1845-1945, 1946-Today, Book, James J. Martin, Max Stirner, Podcast, Steven T. Byington

The Ego and His Own Podcast Cassette tape 10, side A, episode 19 of 20. Jeff Riggenbach (1947-2021) reads The Ego and His Own by Max Stirner (1806-1856). Translated by Steven T. Byington (1869-1957), edited and introduced by James J. Martin (1916-2004). Edition read is based on the 1963 Libertarian Book Club edition. We do […]

June 13, 2021