Comrade Tacker sends us the second volume of his capital translation of Proudhon. It is admirably printed on toned paper, and strongly and neatly bound. We recommend all our readers who can afford it to send for a copy. The following notice gives all particulars:
” System of Economical Contradictions; or., The Philosophy OF Misery P. J. Proudhon. Vol. I, 469 pages octavo.Price in cloth, l4s. 6d.; in full calf, blue, gilt edges, 27s. Published and sold by Benjamin R. Tucker, Box 3366, Boston, Mass.
” This constitutes the fourth volume of Proudbon’s Complete Works, and is uniform in style with the first volume, ‘ What is Property ?’ The second and third volumes of the Complete Works have not yet been published in English.
” The next volume to appear will be the fifth of the Complete Works„that is, the second and final volume of the ‘Economical Contradictions.’
” The Complete Works will comprise about fifty volumes, which are being published in quarterly parts of 64 pages each, as a periodical under the name of the ‘Proudhon Library. A prospectus giving full details of the enterprise may be bad by applying to Benjamin R. Tucker, Box 3366, Boston, Mass. As these are subscription books, no discount on them is given to the book trade, but subscribers to the ‘ Proudhon Library’ get them at a saving of about 30 percent.”