Phoenix, AZ. Very Good. 1953. Softcover. Christian anarchist Ammon Hennacy's essay written during his time working as a day laborer in the Southwest before moving to New York to become an editor for the Catholic Worker. In his call to resistance, Hennacy draws on the words of Paine, Thoreau, Einstein. One sheet folded in 2, four pages of text. Blue paper is lightly soiled in places, one faint crease. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 4 pp . (Inventory #: 011376)
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