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USURY : A Scriptural, Ethical and Economic View
War On The White Slave Trade
Laws of Manu : The Code of Hammurabi
 
Diamonds from the Dung Heap
System of Nature : Laws of the Moral and Physical World
Thought Vibration - Secret of Success - Thought-Force In Business and Everyday Life

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Philo-Judaeus
Catalog #: SKU1324

It is a melancholy reflection upon the history of the Jews that they have failed to pay due honor to their two greatest philosophers. Spinoza was rejected by his contemporaries from the congregation of Israel; Philo-Jud

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Diamonds from the Dung Heap
Catalog #: SKU1458

We hear from ignorant clergy, peddling their ignorance and thier mythologies, about our Famous CHRISTIAN Founding Fathers. Thomas Jefferson is one that is always included in their rhetoric of lies and ignorance. TGS brings you this compilation of Jefferson's philosophies and his 'named by ignorance' the Jefferson Bible. The text of the diamonds is presented twice, once in a scripted font and once in a plain easier to read font.

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Individual Freedom
Catalog #: SKU1629

For a number of years practically all of the literature of Individualist Anarchism has been out of print. The great bulk of whatever matter there was had, of course, been in the hands of Benjamin R. Tucker, and up to 1908 it was being constantly augmented by him.

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Man versus the State
Catalog #: SKU1213

The New Toryism, is of primary importance just now, because it shows the contrast between the aims and methods of early Liberalism and those of modern Liberalism. In these days we hear a great deal about Liberalism, Liberal principles and policies, in the conduct of our public life. All sorts and conditions of men put themselves forward on the public stage as Liberals; they call those who oppose them Tories, and get credit with the public thereby. In the public mind, Liberalism is a term of hon our, while Toryism - especially "economic Toryism" - is a term of reproach.

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Prisoner for Blasphemy
Catalog #: SKU3323

This little volume tells a strange and painful story; strange, because the experiences of a prisoner for blasphemy are only known to three living Englishmen; and painful, because their unmerited sufferings are a sad reflection on the boasted freedom of our age.

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War On The White Slave Trade
Catalog #: SKU1976

A complete and detailed account of the shameless traffic in young girls, the methods by which the procurers and panders lure innocent young girls away from home and sell them to keepers of dives. The magnitude of the organization and its workings. How to combat this hideous monster. How to save YOUR GIRL. How to save YOUR BOY. What you can do to help wipe out this curse of humanity. A book designed to awaken the sleeping and protect the innocent.

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Dynamic Thought or the Law of Vibrant Energy
Catalog #: SKU0712

This book is a marriage of the Ancient Occult Teachings to the latest and most advanced conception of Modern Science. Partial Contents: Things as They Are; The Universality of Life and Mind; Life and Mind Among the Atoms; The Paradox of Science; Forces of Nature; Law of Attraction; Theory of Dynamic Thought; Law of Vibrant Energy; Riddle of the Sphinx; Mystery of Mind; Finer Forces of the Mind; Thought in Action.

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Time and The Technosphere : Law of Time in Human Affairs
Catalog #: SKU0570

A groundbreaking study that distinguishes the natural time of the cosmos from the artificial mechanistic time under which we currently live. Arguelles defines the actual nature of time as the frequency of synchronization. Applying this Law of Time to an understanding of the entire system of life on Earth, he shows that in order to not destroy Earth's ability to sustain life, we must change our definition of time and adopt a natural harmonic calendar based on the 13-moon 28-day cycle.

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Age of Reason and Bonus Essays
Catalog #: SKU0966

The Age of Reason is a philosophical treatise written by the 18th Century American philosopher and patriot Thomas Paine, best remembered as the author of the political pamphlet Common Sense, credited with exciting colonial opinion in support of the American Revolutionary War.

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Ecomonic Consequences of the Peace with the Treaty of Versailles
Catalog #: SKU1857

You need not be an adherent or admirer of Keynesian Economics to appreciate the relevancy of this book in the world today. The leaders of the world continue to make the same mistakes of our forefathers in wars, in war losses, and in war victories. The Allied Powers won the Great War.. World War 1, but lost the chance to bring humanity back to an era of peace. By driving the German nation and people into continual bankruptcy, they ignorantly set up Hitler as the coming power for Nazi Germany.

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Criminal, The
Catalog #: SKU3027

One of the first studies of the criminal mind using psychological standards. The author also compares physiology of the criminal to the law abiding citizen.

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Judicial Murder of Mary E. Surratt
Catalog #: SKU3520

THE assassination of Abraham Lincoln burst upon the City of Washington like a black thunder-bolt out of a cloudless sky. On Monday, the 3d of April, 1865, Richmond was taken. On the succeeding Sunday (the ninth), General Lee with the main Army of the South surrendered.

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UTOPIA
Catalog #: SKU0944

In 1515, Thomas More published Utopia, in which he theorized about the perfect world. In Utopia, More foresaw cities of 100,000 inhabitants as being ideal. In his Utopia, there was no money, just a monthly market where citizens bartered for what they needed. Persons engaged to each other were allowed to see each other naked before marriage so that they would know if the other was "deformed".

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Concerning Human Understanding
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Written in 1690, this is one of John Locke's most expansive and famous works, republished by TGS Historical Reprints.

This is the first and most general division of the objects of our understanding. This seems to me the first and most general, as well as natural division of the objects of our understanding. For a man can employ his thoughts about nothing, but either, the contemplation of things themselves, for the discovery of truth

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Rights of Man
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The revolution of America presented in politics what was only theory in mechanics. So deeply rooted were all the governments of the old world, and so effectually had the tyranny and the antiquity of habit established itself over the mind, that no beginning could be made in Asia, Africa, or Europe, to reform the political condition of man. Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason was considered as rebellion; and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think.

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