- An early translation (Charles A. Dana, in the Harbinger) of "An Unpublished Fragment of Fourier," describing "the Antienne, or first repast." Turns out that breakfast in harmony is quite an affair.
- An unfinished, probably incomplete, unused French preface for an edition of Proudhon's War and Peace that was ultimately abandoned, by Georges Sorel, who was alternately one of the best and one of he worst readers of Proudhon I can think of.
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
They don't write 'em like that anymore
A couple of finds: