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Jo Labadie and His Gift to Michigan

A Legacy for the Masses

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  Introduction
  Birth and Early Life
  Marriage and Family
  Intellectual Development
  John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)
  Herbert Spencer (1820-1903)
  Darwin and Evolution
  Socialism and Karl Marx
  Greenbackism
  Henry George (1839-1897) and the Single Tax Movement
  Knights of Labor
  Judson Grenell (1847-1930)
  Benjamin Ricketson Tucker (1854-1939)
  Anarchism
  The Haymarket Affair
 

Later Relations to Labor Organizations

  Leon Czolgosz (1873-1901)
 

The Water Board Incident

  Bubbling Waters
  The Labadie Print Shop
  Later Years
  Agnes Inglis (1870-1952)
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Anderson, Carlotta R. "American Anarchism: What It Is & What It Is Not. Joseph Labadie's Effort to Define It," The Dandelion, vol. 6, no. 22 (March, 2000), entire issue.

Anderson, Carlotta R. All-American Anarchist: Joseph A. Labadie and the Labor Movement. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1998.

Anderson, Carlotta R. "The Ancestors of Jo Labadie (Charles Joseph Antoine Labadie), Detroit Labor Leader and Anarchist (1850-1933)." Typescript, c1988.

Burton, C.M. "The Labadie Family in Detroit." [Detroit, Mich., 1918?] Typescript.

Conrad, Lawrence H. "Jo Labadie"Poet," Michigan History Magazine, vol. 16 (1932), pp. 218-224.

Herrada, Julie and Tom Hyry, "Agnes Inglis: Anarchist Librarian," The Progressive Librarian, Special supplement to #16, Fall 1999, pp. 7-11.

Miles, Dione, "Agnes Inglis: Librarian, Activist, Humanitarian," The Dandelion, vol. 3, no. 12 (Winter 1979), pp. 7-15.

 

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