Slaves To Duty by John Babcock is a classic in anarchist literature which denounces the enslavement of the mind to god, father and country. "
Slaves to Duty is an address delivered by John Badcock, Jr., in 1894, before the South Place Junior Ethical Society, London, and printed as a pamphlet by William Reeves in the same year. Owing to its rarity, being long out of print, and the apparent unfamiliarity with the subject with which it dealt, the publisher considers its presentation timely in a world infested with professional saviors and dictators of every description." This is a reprint of Babcock's address published by Laurance Labadie, 1938.
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