Benjamin Ricketson Tucker

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Benjamin Ricketson Tucker

Benjamin Ricketson Tucker (April 17, 1854 – June 22, 1939) was a prominent American individualist anarchist. He edited and published The Radical Review and Liberty, and was editor of The Word during Ezra Heywood's imprisonment. He was a friend and colleague of both William Batchelder Greene and Josiah Warren, who, along with Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, were his most significant political influences. Tucker was a champion and translator of European literature, and published numerous works in translation.

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Works

  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 1, no. 7 (November 1872): 3. ["I hope to do some work for the Labor Cause...]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 1, no. 10 (February 1873): 3. ["Have you seen Abbott's articles in the Index..."]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 1, no. 11 (March 1873): 3. ["Tell it not in Gath..."]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Taking Interest a Crime,” The Index 4, no. 163 (February 8, 1873): 72.

  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Taking Interest a Crime,” The Word 2, no. 1 (May 1873): 1-2. [reprint of previous listing]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker and William B. Greene, “Stickney Stuck,” The Word 2, no. 1 (May 1873): 2.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, ["The Boston wing of the women suffrage movement..."], The Word 2, no. 3 (July 1873): 2.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 2, no. 3 (July 1873): 3. ["Judging from the number of radicals..."]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 2, no. 4 (August 1873): 3. ["Sincere labor reformers must learn..."]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Infidel Romanism,” The Word 2, no. 5 (September 1873): 2.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Correspondence,” The Word 2, no. 7 (November 1873): 3. ["I have just finished reading Abbott's article on interest..."]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “The Sin of Usury,” The Index 4, no. 200 (October 23, 1873): 423-424.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Moral Courage,” The Boston Investigator 43, no. 38 (January 14, 1874): 6.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “[Letter to editor],” The Boston Investigator (May 13, 1874): 6.
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, “Is Interest Just?,” The Boston Investigator (May 12?, 1875).


Translations

Responses and mentions

  • John B. Wolff, “Correspondence,” The Word 2, no. 2 (June 1873): 3. ["Tucker's Fallacies"]
  • "The N. E. Labor Reform League," The Word 2, no. 3 (July 1873): 1. [Resolution proposed by Tucker]
  • Moral and Social Reform, The Boston Investigator September 10, 1873; pg. 4
  • Austin Kent, Emancipation Convention The Boston Investigator November 19, 1873; pg. 6
  • Memorist, Good for Evil, The Boston Investigator May 26, 1875; pg. 6
  • Austin Kent, "To Benj. R. Tucker, The Boston Investigator June 02, 1875
  • Mattie Sawyer, A National Defense Organization, The Boston Investigator January 15, 1879
  • "'Liberty,' is the significant name of a new paper just started in this city by Benj. R. Tucker..." The Boston Investigator August 10, 1881; pg. 6
  • "Liberty," The Boston Investigator August 24, 1881; pg. 6
  • "A Good Word for the Devil!" The Boston Investigator February 01, 1882; pg. 5
  • Church—State The Boston Investigator February 15, 1882; pg. 4
  • "The Catholic Church," The Boston Investigator April 26, 1882; pg. 3
  • Werner Beocklin, Prohibition and Prayers, The Boston Investigator Wednesday, July 12, 1882
  • "Investigator Hall Meeting" The Boston Investigator July 19, 1882; pg. 6
  • "Investigator Hall Meeting" The Boston Investigator August 02, 1882; pg. 6
  • Werner Beocklin, Prohibition and Prayers, The Boston Investigator September 20, 1882
  • "Ministerial," The Boston Investigator December 06, 1882; pg. 4
  • "The Boston Liberal Club, at Investigator Hall" The Boston Investigator April 30, 1884; pg. 6
  • "A Reminiscence of Witchcraft," The Boston Investigator July 09, 1884
  • "Church—State—Anarchy," The Boston Investigator August 20, 1884; pg. 4
  • [notices and ads for "God and the State]] Boston Investigator [see, for example, September 17, 1884]
  • "The Boston Liberal Club, at Investigator Hall" The Boston Investigator September 24, 1884; pg. 6
  • "The Mormon Question," Boston Investigator April 22, 1885; pg. 4
  • Anti-Anarchist, "Is Anarchy Liberty?," Boston Investigator November 04, 1885; pg. 5
  • Louis H. Freligh, Jr., "Chicago Anarchists" The Boston Investigator September 08, 1886
  • "Literary Notes," The Boston Investigator March 26, 1890 [notice of "Five Stories a Week"]
  • "Books and Magazines" The Boston Investigator May 07, 1890; pg. 6 [notice of Kreutzer Sonata]]
  • "Books and Magazines" The Boston Investigator June 04, 1890; pg. 6 [notice of Kreutzer Sonata]]
  • "Literary Notes," The Boston Investigator July 16, 1890; pg. 6 [notice of The Rag-Picker of Paris]]
  • "Current Opinions" The Boston Investigator August 13, 1890; pg. 6 [about Kreutzer Sonata]]
  • "Satan," The Boston Investigator October 08, 1890; pg. 4
  • "Books and Magazines" The Boston Investigator January 21, 1891; pg. 6 [notice of Fruits of Culture]]
  • "Books and Magazines" The Boston Investigator February 11, 1891; pg. 6 [notice of Church and State]]
  • "What We See" The Boston Investigator March 02, 1892; pg. 6

Notes

  • The weekly bulletin of newspaper and periodical literature. Boston : Benj. R. Tucker, 1891-1893.
  • Anarchism or Anarchy?: A Discussion between William H. Tillinghast and Benj. R. Tucker. Benj. R. Tucker, 1881
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