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December 1911 edition of "The Philistine: a Periodical of Protest" written and published by Elbert Hubbard.

Elbert Hubbard is an important, if not well-remembered, figure in the story of American intellectual life. In the tradition of Thoreau, Whitman and Emerson, Hubbard stressed individualism, justice and social awareness in his writings. He declared himself an anarchist in his essay "A Message to Garcia and Thirteen Other Things" saying "All cultured, kindly men; all gentlemen; all just men are Anarchists. Jesus was an Anarchist."

This magazine is printed on butcher paper for the outer pages with inner pages printed on a higher quality paper. Print is black with red spot color. There are several advertisements, with illustrations not protected by copyright.


The Philistine, American anarchist magazine 1911


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: paper
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