Source type: magazine
Document type: editorial
Document title: “Ernest Crosby’s ‘Feels’”
Author(s): Tucker, Benjamin R.
Date of publication: November 1903
Volume number: 14
Issue number: 15
Pagination: 2-4 (excerpt below includes only page 3)
|Tucker, Benjamin R. “Ernest Crosby’s ‘Feels.’” Liberty Nov. 1903 v14n15: pp. 2-4.|
|Benjamin R. Tucker; McKinley assassination (personal response: anarchists); McKinley assassination (personal response: criticism); Leon Czolgosz; Ernest Howard Crosby.|
|William Jennings Bryan; Ernest Howard Crosby; Leon Czolgosz; William McKinley; Benjamin R. Tucker.|
The editorial (excerpted below) begins: “The friendly controversy between Ernest Crosby and myself is continued by Mr. Crosby in the October number of the ‘Whim,’ wherein he makes rejoinder to my article, ‘Logic and Common Sense,’ in the September number of Liberty” (p. 2).
Click here to view an excerpt from Crosby’s comments in the October 1903 issue of Whim.
Click here to view an excerpt from Tucker’s “Logic and Common Sense.”
The two indented portions of text in the excerpt below are quotations from the aforementioned “rejoinder” by Crosby.