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Item specifics

Condition
Brand New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. See the ...
Signed By
Rebecca M. Pritchard
Book Title
Jeremiah Hacker: Journalist, Anarchist, Abolitionist
Signed
Yes
Narrative Type
Nonfiction
Features
Signed by the Author
Original Language
English
Genre
Biographies & True Stories, History
Intended Audience
Adults
Edition
First Edition
Subject
Books, Political History, Regional History, Religious History, Social History, anarchism, abolitionism, Journalism History
ISBN
9781642510065
Publication Year
2019
Type
Textbook
Format
Trade Paperback
Language
English
Publication Name
Jeremiah Hacker : Journalist, Anarchist, Abolitionist
Item Height
0.2in
Author
Rebecca M. Pritchard
Item Length
9in
Publisher
Frayed EDGE Press
Item Width
6in
Item Weight
8 Oz
Number of Pages
126 Pages

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Product Information

"We had much rather be all alone in the right than with the whole world in the wrong."So wrote Jeremiah Hacker in 1862. He was the main writer and editor of The Pleasure Boat, which may have the distinction of being Portland, Maine's most controversial newspaper. Inspired by his Quaker background, Hacker worked to end slavery, poverty, and inequality of women through his writing. He spoke out against prisons, advocating instead for reform and education. He broke with all forms of organized religion and urged people to leave their churches and find moral direction from within. He promoted no political party, believing people would be better off without government. He was in favor of land for all. The most controversial of Hacker's radical ideas, however-and the one that lost him the most readers-was his advocacy for peace as the country headed toward Civil War.??Hacker's life spanned the nineteenth century (1801-1895). His work was widely read and he himself was well-known in his lifetime. But both he and his ideas have largely been forgotten-until now. This book explores the life and writings of Jeremiah Hacker, returning him to his rightful place in history, and showing how his words were an important part of what helped to forge that history.

Product Identifiers

Publisher
Frayed EDGE Press
ISBN-10
1642510068
ISBN-13
9781642510065
eBay Product ID (ePID)
20038579030

Product Key Features

Author
Rebecca M. Pritchard
Publication Name
Jeremiah Hacker : Journalist, Anarchist, Abolitionist
Format
Trade Paperback
Language
English
Publication Year
2019
Type
Textbook
Number of Pages
126 Pages

Dimensions

Item Length
9in
Item Height
0.2in
Item Width
6in
Item Weight
8 Oz

Additional Product Features

Lc Classification Number
Ct238.P75 2019
Copyright Date
2019
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
Topic
General, United States / General
Lccn
2018-939686
Illustrated
Yes
Genre
Biography & Autobiography, History

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