15 JULY 1893, Page 25

Instead of a Book. Culled from the Writings of Benjamin

R. Tucker. (R. N. Tucker, New York.)—Mr. Tucker is the editor and publisher of a journal called Liberty. Here we have extracts from it, interesting because they constitute the most candid and complete exposition of the principles of Anarchism that we have ever seen, " Anybody may do anything " as long as he does not become an " invader," which is Mr. Tucker's term for the man who harms another. We fancy that when Anarchism came to be practically tried, it would be not very unlike the Government which in theory it seeks to supersede.