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U.S. Anarchism Bibliography

"A Defense of Justus Schwab." The Outlook, 25. November
Antliff, A. (2001). Anarchist modernism: art, politics,
and the first American avant-garde Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Avrich, P. (1978). An American Anarchist: The Life
of Voltairine de Cleyre. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
--- (1980). The Modern School Movement:
Anarchism and Education in the United States. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
--- (1984). The Haymarket Tragedy. Princeton,
NJ: Princeton University Press.
--- (1991). Sacco and Vanzetti: The Anarchist
Background. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
--- (1995). Anarchist voices: an oral history of
anarchism in America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Bagdikian, B. (1963). "New Light on Sacco and Vanzetti".
The New Republic. July, 13, 1963.
Bailie, W. (1906). Josiah Warren: The First American
Anarchist. Boston: Small, Maynard.
Baldwin, G.S. (1886). Anarchy at an end: lives, trial
and conviction of the eight Chicago anarchists. Chicago.
Baldwin, Roger Nash. New York (State) Legislature.
Joint Committee Investigating Seditious Activities. (1884). Revolutionary radicalism: its history, purpose and tactics with an exposition and discussion of the steps being taken and required to curb it, being the report of the Joint legislative committee investigating seditious activities, filed April 24, 1920, in the Senate of the state of New York.
Ballou, Adin (1839). Non-Resitance in Relation to Human Government.
Boston: Non-resistance Society.
--- (1854). Practical Christian Socialism. New York:
Fowles and Wells.
Bekken, J. (1995). "The First Anarchist Daily Newspaper:
The Chicagoer Arbeiter-Zeitung". Anarchist Studies. Vol. 3, No. 1.
Berkman, A. (1970). Prison memoirs of an anarchist.
Introductory comments by Hutchins Hapgood. With a new introd. by Paul Goodman. New York, Schocken Books.
Blatt, M. H. (1989). Free love and anarchism: the biography
of Ezra Haywood. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Botta, L. (1978). Sacco e Vanzetti: Giustiziata la
Verita. Cavallermaggiore: Edizioni Gribaudo.
Brissenden, P.F. (1920). The I.W.W.: A Study of
American Syndicalism. New York: Columbia University Press.
Buhle, P. (1980). "Interview with Morris Nadelman".
April 8, 1980. Oral History of the American Left. Series IV, Filmaker Tapes and Transcripts: "Anarchism in America". Pacific Street Films, Tamiment Library.
--- (1983). "Anarchism and American Labor".
International Labor and Workingclass History. 23: Spring, pp. 21-34.
Burgmann, Verity (1999). "Antipodean Peculiarities: Comparing the
Australian IWW with the American." Labor History, 40, 3 (August).
--- (1999). "Virile Syndicalism in Comparative Perspective:
A Gender Analysis of the IWW in the United States and Australia." International Labor and Working Class History, 56 (Fall).
Carey, G.W. (1979). "The Vessel, the Deed, and the
Idea: Anarchists in Paterson, 1895-1908". Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography 10-11, pp. 46-58.
--- (1985). "'La Questione Sociale', an Anarchist
Newspaper in Paterson, N.J. (1895-1908)", In L.F. Tomasi, ed., Italian Americans: New Perspectives in Italian Immigration and Ethnicity. pp. 289-298. New York: American Italian Historical Association.
Cerrito, G. (1969). "Sull'Emigrazione Anarchica
Italiana Negli Sati Uniti d'America". Volontà. July-August 1969, pp. 269-276.
Creagh, R. (1983). L'anarchisme aux Etats-Unis, 2 vols.
New York: Peter Lang. [partial English translation]
Creagh, R. (1984). Sacco et Vanzetti.
Paris: Editions La Decouverte.
De Cleyre, V. (1932). Anarchism and American
traditions. Chicago: Free Society Group; New York, NY: Issued by the International Anarchist Pub. Committee of America.
DeLeon, D. (1978). The American as Anarchist:
Reflections on Indigenous Radicalism. Baltimore, Md.
Dos Passos, J. (1927). Facing the Chair: Story of
the Americanization of Two Foreignborn Workmen. Boston: Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee.
Dubofsky, M (1969). A History of the Industrial
Workers of the World. Chicago: Quadrangle.
Ehrmann, D.B. (1969). The Case That Will Not Die:
Commonwealth vs. Sacco and Vanzetti. Boston: Little, Brown.
Esteve, Pedro. Memoria de la Conferencia Anarquista Internacional,
Cellebrada en Chicago en septiembre de 1893. Paterson, NJ: El Despertar, 1900.
Fedeli, U. (1956). Luigi Galleani: Quarantanni di
Lotte Rivoluzionarie (1891-1931). Cesena: Antistato.
Felix, D. (1975). Protest: Sacco-Vanzetti and the
Intellectuals. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Feuerlicht, R.S. (1977). Justice Crucified: The Story
of Sacco and Vanzetti. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Foster, W.Z. (1920). The Great Steel Strike and Its Lessons.
New York: B.W. Huebsch, Inc.
--- (1926). Strike Strategy. Chicago, The Trade
Union Educational League.
Fraenkel, O.K. (1931). The Sacco-Vanzetti Case.
New York: Knopf.
Frankfurter, F. (1927). The Case of Sacco and Vanzetti:
A Critical Analysis for Lawyers and Laymen. Boston: Little, Brown.
Freid, Albert, ed. Socialism in America from the Shakers to the Third
International: A Documentary History. New York: Anchor Books, 1970.
Galleani, L. (1982). The End of Anarchism?. Tr. M.
Sartin & R. D'Attilo. Sanday, Orkney: Cienfuegos Press.
Guillet de Monthoux, P. (1983). Action and Existence: anarchism
for business administration. Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Chichester, New York.
Halstead, M. (1901). The Illustrious Life of
William McKinley, Our Martyred President. Chicago.
Havel, Hippolyte (1921). Harry Kelly: An Appreciation at the
Celebration of His Fiftieth Birthday. Stelton, NJ: Ferrer Colony.
Heywood, Ezra Hervey. Uncivil liberty: an essay to show the injustice
and impolicy of ruling woman without her consent. Sixtieth thousand. Provincetown, MA, Coöperative Publishing Company, 1873.
Hennacy, Ammon (1954). The Autobiography of a Catholic Anarchist.
New York: Catholic Worker Books.
Jacker, C. (1968). The Black Flag of Anarchy: Anti-
Statism in the United States. New York: Scribner.
Labadie, J. (1979). "Anarchism: What It Is and What It Is Not".
Reprinted in the dandelion, vol 3, no 12, Winter 1979.
Labadie, L. (1932). Anarchism. Detroit:
The Labadie Shop.
--- (1933). Anarchism Applied to Economics.
--- (1978). Selected Essays. Colorado Springs: Ralph
Myles Puyblisher, Inc.
LeWarne, Charles Pierce (1975). Utiopias on Puget Sound, 1885-1915. Seattle and
London: University of Washington Press.
Madison, C. A. (1945). "Anarchism in the United States,"
Journal of the History of Ideas 4 (January 1945)
Marsh, Margaret (1978). "The Anarchist-Feminist Response to the
'Woman Question' in Late Nineteenth-Century America." American Quarterly. V. 30. Fall. pp. 533-47.
Martin, A., Munoz, V. & Montseny, F. (n.d.). Breve
Historia del Movimiento Anarquista en Estados Unidos de America del Norte. Toulouse.
Martin, J.J. (1953). Men Against the State: The
Expositors of Individualist Anarchism in America, 1827-1908. DeKalb, Ill.
McClean, George N. (1890). The Rise and Fall of Anarchy in America:
From Its Incipient Stage to the First Bomb Thrown in Chicago, A Comprehensive Account of the Great Conspiracy Culminating in the Haymarket Massacre, May 4th, 1886. Reprint, New York: Haskell House, 1972.
McKinley, Blaine. "The Quagmires of Necessity: American Anarchists and
Dilemmas of Vocation." American Quarterly, 34.5 (Winter 1982): 503-523.
Nelson, Bruce C. (1988). Beyond the Martyrs: A Social History of Chicago's
Anarchists. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Nichols, Francis H. (1901). "Anarchists in America." The Outlook,
August 10.
Perlin, Terry M. (1970). "Anarchist-Communism in America, 1890-1914."
Ph.D. dissertation, Brandeis University.
Pernicone, N. (1979). "Carlo Tresca and the Sacco-
Vanzetti Case". Journal of American History. 66:535-547.
Perry, L. (1973). Radical abolitionism: anarchy and the
government of God in antislavery thought. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.
Polenberg, R. (1987). Fighting faiths: the Abrams case, the
Supreme Court, and free speech. New York, N.Y.: Viking.
Ray, Robin Hazard (2011). "No License to Serve: Prohibition, Anarchists,
and the Italian-American Widows of Barre, Vermont, 1900-1920." Italian Americana Review. Sprting 2011. Available:
Reichert, W.O. (1976). Partisans of Freedom: A
Study in American Anarchism. Bolwing Green, OH: Bowling Green University, Popular Press.
Renshaw, P. (1967). The Wobblies; the story of syndicalism in
the United States. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday.
Russell, F. (1962). Tragedy in Dedham: The Story of
the Sacco-Vanzetti Case. New York: McGraw-Hill.
--- (1986). Sacco and Vanzetti: The Case Resolved.
New York: McGraw-Hill.
Sears, Hal D. (1977). The Sex Radicals. Lawrence, KA:
Regents Press of Kansas.
Spann, Edward (1973). Brotherly Tomorrow: Movements
for a Cooperative Society in America, 1820-1920. New York: Columbia University Press.
Speed, John Gilmer (1892). "Anarchists in New York." Harper's Weekly
August 20, 1892, pp. 798-99.
--- (1893). "Anarchists in Hard Times." The Outlook.
November 11, 1893, pp. 840-841.
Spies, A. (1887. August Spies' auto-biography: His speech in court,
and general notes. Chicago: Nina Van Zandt
Streitmatter, Rodger (2001). Voices of Revolution: The Dissident Press
in America. New York: Columbia University Press,
Tucker, B. R. (1860). Address of the Free Constitutionalists to
the People of the United States. Boston: Thayer & Eldridge.
--- (1877/78). The Radical Review. New Bedford,
MA: The Review.
--- (1903). The Attitude of Anarchism Toward Industrial Combinations.
New York: Vanguard Press.
--- (1926). Individual Liberty: Selections From the Writings of
Benjamin R. Tucker Vanguard Press, New York. Kraus Reprint Co., Millwood, NY, 1973.
--- (1930). Walt Whitman and Comstock; or The Whirligig of Time.
Paris, New York Herald.
Weinberg, Chaim Leib (2009). Forty Years In The Struggle: The Memoirs of a Jewish
Anarchist, Translated by Naomi Cohen, Edited and Annotated by Robert P. Helms. Duluth, Minnesota: Litwin Books.
Young, W. and D.E. Kaiser (1985). Postmortem: New
Evidence in the Case of Sacco and Vanzetti. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.


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