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A Letter to Grover Cleveland

Lysander Spooner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .he stale phrases of the demagogue, who wishes to appear to promise everything, but commits himself to nothing. Or else they are the senseless talk of a mere political parrot, who repeats words he has been taught to utter, without knowing their meaning. At best, they are the mere gibberish of a man destitute of all political ideas, but who imagines that "good government," "the general welfare," "the common interest," "the best form of government ever vouchsafed to man," etc., etc., must be very good things, if anybody can ever find out what they are. There is nothing definite, nothing real, nothing tangible, nothing honest, about them. Yet they constitute your entire stock in trade. In resorting to them—in holding them up to public gaze as comprising your political creed—you assume that they have a meaning; that they are matters of overruling importance; that they require the action of an omnipotent, irresponsible, lawmaking government; that all these "interests". . . Read More

Community Reviews

Every generation has its off-the-deep-enders, and Lysander Spooner fits the bill. As a libertarian socialist and anarchist, he made a name for himself in his day. This “letter” to Grover Cleveland was published over time as a serial, and it is interesting reading, in that even back then, there were