Hutchins Hapgood

Hutchins Hapgood

Hutchins Hapgood (Chicago, May 21, 1869 - Provincetown, MA, November 19, 1944) was an U.S. journalist, author, individualist anarchist/philosophical anarchist. [Biographical Essay by Dowling, Robert M. American Writers, Supplement XVII. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008]

He was well known within the Bohemian environment of turn of the century New York City. He worked for the "Commercial Advertiser," while living in Greenwich Village. He married Neith Boyce and had four children with her. He advocated free love and committed adultery frequently. Hapgood was a follower of the German philosophers Max Stirner and Friedrich Nietzche. [Biographical Essay by Dowling, Robert M. American Writers, Supplement XVII. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008]


* "Autobiography of a Thief"
* "The Spirit of the Ghetto" 1902
* "Story of a Lover"
* "Anarchist Woman"
* "The Spirit of Labor"


External links

* [ Anarchist Encyclopedia page]
*cite book
title=An Anarchist Woman
author=Hutchins Hapgood
publisher=Duffield & Company

NAME=Hapgood, Hutchins
SHORT DESCRIPTION=journalist, author, individualist anarchist.
DATE OF BIRTH=May 21, 1869
DATE OF DEATH=November 19, 1944
PLACE OF DEATH=Provincetown, MA

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