Libertarian Analysis, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1970
New York: Libertarian Analysis, 1970. The first issue of this libertarian journal founded to “serve as an open forum to clarify the diverse libertarian and anarchist ideas and strategies, and thereby do our part in making them a personal and social reality” (p. 2-3). The contributions for this issue came from some of the foremost anarchist and libertarian thinkers and academics of the later half of the twentieth century, and include “On the New Class: A Libertarian Critique” by Paul Avrich; “Individualist Anarchism in the U.S.: Origins” by Murray Rothbard; “Tasks for the Student Left” by Noam Chomsky; “Courts Against the State” by Joseph Peden; “The Road to Freedom: Anarchism in the Twenties” by Paul Buhle; and “A Communication to Libertarians” by Karl Hess.
Stapled, red wrappers (8 ½” x 5 ½”), 64 p., illus. A thin band of offsetting along the top edge of the front wrapper, else Near Fine. Item #10661