Liberty, Not the Daughter But the Mother of Order, was an individualist anarchist periodical edited and published by Benjamin Tucker from 1881 to 1908.

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Benjamin Tucker sold one copy for 2 cents in 1881, which was due to inflation 47 cents in 2012.