The Unconstitutionality of Slavery

THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY of SLAVERY BY LYSANDER SPOONER. BOSTON: PUBLISHED BY BELA MARSH, No. 14 Bromfield St. 1860. CHAPTER I.: WHAT IS LAW? CHAPTER II.: WRITTEN CONSTITUTIONS. CHAPTER III.: THE COLONIAL CHARTERS. CHAPTER IV.: COLONIAL STATUTES. CHAPTER V.: THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. CHAPTER VI.: THE STATE CONSTITUTIONS OF 1789. CHAPTER VII.: THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION. CHAPTER VIII.: THE CONSTITUTION […]

Gender Feminism and Ifeminism: Wherein They Differ

by Wendy McElroy   ABSTRACT Individualist feminism argues that the slogan “a woman’s body, a woman’s right” should extend to every peaceful choice a woman can make. For example, it demands that all sexual choices, from motherhood to participating in pornography, be legally respected. The cost of such freedom is personal responsibility and a refusal to […]