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Stephen Pearl Andrews (1812–1886)

  • The Libertarian Tradition
March 25, 2011

Andrew's contribution to anarchist thought was fleeting. He was a zealot in perpetual search of a movement. "Andrews seems to have been one of those people whose mind is so open that all his brains fall out." However, Andrew did lucidly elaborate on the thought of Josiah Warren.

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