Vol. 1 No. 3

George Washington Julian (1817–1899) exemplified most of the principles of nineteenth century radical individualism. Julian was strongly influenced by Jean‐​Baptiste Say’s Treatise on Political Economy, as well as by reading Gibbon, Hume, Locke, and Godwin. To find political organizations that expressed his principles, Julian became active in five different political parties, as well as most reform movements including women’s suffrage…

Table of Contents

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Editorial, George W. Julian

By Leonard P. Liggio
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Radical Individualism in America: Revolution to Civil War

By Eric Foner
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State and Society

By Felix Morley
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Consensus and Authority

By Leonard Krieger
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Individualism, Property, and Revolt

By Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
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Spencer & Laissez‐​faire

By Mark Francis
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Mill: Liberal or Socialist?

By John Gray