These are works by the Russian-American individualist anarchist Victor S. Yarros (1865–1956). Yarros, a radical lawyer, newspaper writer, and speaker, was best known for his work as a prolific contributor to the correspondence and editorial columns of Benjamin Tucker’s individualist anarchist newspaper Liberty.
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Writing from Liberty
- Socialist Economics and the Labor Movement, serialized in Liberty Vol. V (June – July 1888)
- Liberty, Labor, and the State, by Victor Yarros, in Liberty VII.6 (July 12, 1890). 4-5.
- More on Copyright, in Liberty VII.18 (December 27, 1890). 4–5.
General Principleand Copyright, in Liberty VII.20 (January 24, 1891). 5–6.
- Property in Ideas and Equal Liberty, in Liberty VII.21 (February 7, 1891). 4–6.
- The Right to Authorship, in Liberty VII.22 (February 21, 1891). 4–5.
- Property and Equal Liberty, in Liberty VII.26 (April 18, 1891). 2–3.
- The Objection to Property in Ideas, in Liberty VII.27 (May 2, 1891). 3–4.
- Land and Ideas as Property, in Liberty VIII.2 (May 16, 1891). 4–5.
- A Logical Advocate, in Liberty VIII.5 (June 27, 1891). 5–6.
- Justice and Anarchism.—IV. in Liberty VIII.16 (September 26, 1891). 3.
- Spencer’s Defence of
Robbery,by Victor Yarros in Liberty, Vol. X.–No. 21, Whole No. 307 (February 23, 1895). 2–3.