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Spooner, L.
Spooner, Lysander
Dates: 
1808-1887
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American Letter Mail Company
Carlier, Jeannie
Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
Korvin, Mickael (1957-..)
Martin, James Joseph (1916-)
Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Shively, Charles (1937-)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Yarros, Victor S.
Yarrow, Victor S. (1878-)
Titles: 
Address of the free constitutionalists to the people of the United States.
collected works of Lysander Spooner, The : in six volumes
Considerations for bankers, and holders of United States bonds.
Constitution of no authority
Constitutional law
defence for fugitive slaves, against the acts of Congress of February 12, 1793, and September 18, 1850., A
deist's reply to the alleged supernatural evidences of Christianity, The
essay on the trial by jury, An
Free political institutions : their nature, essence and maintenance : an abridgment and rearrangement of Lysander Spooner's "Trial by jury"
[http://lysanderspooner.org/node/44 no treason]
Illegality of the trial of John W. Webster
Individualist anarchist pamphlets.
law of intellectual property, 1855, The
law of intellectual property; or, An essay on the right of authors and inventors to a perpetual property in their ideas ..., The
Let's abolish government.
natural law, or the science of justice
new banking system: the needful capital for rebuilding the burnt district., A
new system of paper currency., A
No treason : the constitution of no authority and A letter to Thomas F. Bayard
Nos vices ne sont pas des crimes
Outrage à chefs d'État
Plaidoyer pour la propriété intellectuelle
Poverty: its illegal causes and legal cure. Part first.
suivi de Le droit naturel
suivi de Outrage à chefs d'État
Trial by jury : its history, true purpose, and modern relevance
unconstitutionality of slavery: including parts first and second., The
Unconstitutionality of slavery. - [um 1969], The
unconstitutionality of the laws of Congress, prohibiting private mails, The
Universal wealth shown to be easily attainable.
Vices are not crimes : a vindication of moral liberty
vices ne sont pas des crimes, Les
Works.
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PACIFIC LAW JOURNAL
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