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    HEYWOOD, EZRA. The Collected Works.  12 works. 1868-1889.  Introductions by Martin Blatt.  ISBN 087730-013-5. Weston, Mass: M & S Press, 1985. 8vo. 392 pp. Orig. cloth. $45.00


    Heywood was a native born American individualist anarchist active in abolitionist, labor-reform and free love movements.? In the face of increasing social conformity in the post-Civil War period, Heywood developed radical economic anti-governmental solutions to society's problems.? Due to his steadfast advocacy of labor reform and women's rights, Heywood attracted a large following to his home and press in Princeton, Mass.,-- and the relentless persecution of sexual purity advocate Anthony Comstock.


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