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God and the State. By Michael Bakounine, Founder of Nihilism and Apostle of Anarchy. With a Preface by Carol Cafiero and ElisŽe Reclus. Translated from the French by Benj. R. TuckerÉFifth Edition.

Tilton, Josephine S. ] Bakunin, Mikhail A.

Published by Boston: Benj. R. Tucker, Publisher, 1885., 1885
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Josephine S. Tilton was one of the founders of the American Woman's Emancipation Society and a longtime political activist. She and her sister J. Flora became traveling agents for The Co-Operative Publishing Company. She was arrested twice for selling her sister-in-law Ezra Heywood's free love pamphlet, Cupid's Yokes, and harassed for selling other radical works, including Tucker's Radical Review, Hull's Crucible, and The Word. A contemporary notice in Tucker's Liberty suggests that she later offered Roberts Brothers edition of Elizabeth Robins Pennell's biography of Mary Wollstonecraft. Clark's Boston Blue-Book directory for 1890 notes that both Josephine Tilton and her sister Flora were at that time residents of the Union Hotel at 301 Shawmut Ave. Octavo. 52 pp. Pamphlet, wire-stitched. Wrappers removed. With a violet ink stamp on the title-page: "Josephine S. Tilton, Book Agent, 301 Shawmut Ave. Boston." Stated fifth edition of Tucker's edition of Dieu et l'Etat. See Wendy McElroy's Individualist Feminism of the Nineteenth Century and Blatt's biography of Ezra Heywood. Bookseller Inventory # 15694

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Title: God and the State. By Michael Bakounine, ...

Publisher: Boston: Benj. R. Tucker, Publisher, 1885.

Publication Date: 1885

Binding: Soft cover

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