A Voluntary Political Government: Letters from Charles Lane
Charles Lane Defends Individualism
In a series of letters written by Charles Lane to William Lloyd Garrison’s The Liberator in 1843, Lane expressed his outspoken viewpoints in individualism. When Carl Watner came across this correspondence, he compiled it in book form and included an extensive introduction which puts the letters into historical perspective. The letters are a lively defense of individualist thought and offer insights into how the world can be changed from one that is rooted in violence to one that flourishes in freedom.