Hard Cash: An Essay to Show that Financial Monopolies Hinder Enterprise and Defraud both Labor and Capital; That Panics and Business Revulsions, caused by Arbitrary Interference with Production and Exchange, will be Effectually Prevented only through Free Money . . . Twentieth Thousand. E. H. Heywood, Ezra Hervey.

Hard Cash: An Essay to Show that Financial Monopolies Hinder Enterprise and Defraud both Labor and Capital; That Panics and Business Revulsions, caused by Arbitrary Interference with Production and Exchange, will be Effectually Prevented only through Free Money . . . Twentieth Thousand.

Princeton, Mass. Co-operative Publishing Co., 1875. The third printing. Original printed brown wrappers, 9 x 5.63 inches, 23, [1] pages. Some light staining and wear, with a few small tears; in very good condition. Item #20489

Reform from the radical anarchist and publisher, derived in large part from Josiah Warren, and with reference to mutual banking theories from William Greene. First published by Heywood in 1874, with a Fifth Thousand published that same year; this appears to be the final printing. With ads in the rear for kindred radical works from Heywood, as well as titles such as Owen’s Moral Physiology and Trall’s Sexual Physiology, as well as for Hull’s Crucible, the radical paper published by Moses Hull and Mattie Sawyer—the sorts of titles which soon would get Heywood in trouble with Comstock.

Price: $250.00

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