Benjamin Tucker (April 17, 1854 â€“ June 22, 1939) was a 19th century individualist anarchist. Both his publishing and writing were influential: he edited and published the periodical Liberty, where the original works of many anarchists were reprinted, including Lysander Spooner.
Tucker wrote a book called "Instead Of A Book By A Man To Busy To Write One" Which is a collection of his writings in his periodical "Liberty."
- Tucker's Individual Liberty
- Benjamin Tucker and His Periodical, Liberty, in Journal of Libertarian Studies (1977)
- Works by and about Benjamin Tucker at the Molinari Institute
- Memories of Benjamin Tucker by William Lloyd, June 2001
- Benjamin Tucker: American Individualist Anarchist (audio) by Jeff Riggenbach, April 2010
- Copyright and Patent in Benjamin Tucker's Periodical by Wendy McElroy, July 2010
- Emma Goldman and the End of the First Libertarian Movement by Jeff Riggenbach, July 2010