The American As Anarchist: Reflections On Indigenous Radicalism

The American as Anarchist
Author David DeLeon
Subject American history
Published 1978 (Johns Hopkins University Press)
Pages 242

The American as Anarchist: Reflections on Indigenous Radicalism is a history book about the role of Protestantism, capitalism, and American geography in developing American libertarian sentiment.[1]

Reception

Paul Avrich was disappointed by the book and felt that it covered too much ground with too little specificity. He said it was closer to a "loosely reasoned interpretive essay" than a scholarly monograph, with frequent factual errors and misspelled names. The bibliography, he added, was indiscriminate and too long for the book's scope.[1]

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