New York: Edwin C. Walker, 1908. A single issue of this anarchist journal, “Published sometimes, when the good spirit of currency moves.” Walker writes a long critique to Clarence Darrow’s famous address to prisoners at the Cook County Jail; a tribute to social reformer Hugh O. Pentecost; on the sex question; two critiques of the individual anarchism of Benjamin Tucker; free love vs. monogamy; racephobia and racemania; and many other smaller essay.
Edwin C. Walker was an anarchist and inveterate pamphleteer. He first began Fair Play in 1887, but it ceased in 1890. He re-started the journal in 1907. He was in a “free love” relationship with Lillian Harman, the daughter of anarchist Moses Harman, editor of Lucifer the Lightbearer.
Wrappers (5 ½” x 8”),  p. Chipping to the bottom corner, rear wrapper pulling from text block, but still firmly attached to spine. Item #08052