33.3-INTERVIEWS/REVIEWS, OPINION/ART/NEWS & MORE, Blue issue No.1, Perth, 1p leaflet: “Armed with knowledge, filled with hate, hate is our weapon, (A)ttack!” In PP 1323: 70. – From Perth, picked up at Visions of Freedom conference, Sydney 95. – I would rather like to read more constructive and liberating ideas, plans and projects. – Too many anarchists, and also too many libertarians, although the latter usually on a higher level of economic knowledge, are still “armed” with all too many popular prejudices rather than, exclusively, with genuine freedom knowledge. Precisely these are more concerned with “educating the masses” rather than learning more about liberty among themselves. – J.Z.
(A) DISTRIBUTION, Anarchist Book Catalogue, January 1993, London, 8pp, in PP 1245.A – Z OF MICROGRAPHIC OPTIONS FOR FREEDOM LOVERS, Compilation of Facts, Opinions and Proposals. Short first version 17pp, in 907/10. Remains to be integrated with 2 other such files. 33pp, already integrated in the same fiche, and expanded, by a box full of collected material, perhaps into a book. Naturally, on fiche only, at least from me. You can make or publish your own paper version from the fiche. J.Z.)
A – Z, Eine Almanach-Zeitschrift, 8 S., 1936/37/38? in PP 1328: 47. Ein Vorlaeufer von Kurt Zube’s EUROPAEISCHER BEOBACHTER, IDEEN-ARCHIV & ERLESENES. Wahrscheinlich einzige Ausgabe.
A IS A NEWSLETTER, Writings on Freedom and Individualism, A Monthly Report of the Libertarian Movement, Brighton, Michigan, Editors Dave Haviland & Stanley Lieberman, Mega Communications, I/1,3-5,6, 8,9, from Oct. 71, II/1,2, 7, in PP 861 & 1111, III/4, 5 (Oct. 75), in PP 1124, 55pp. Rich in bibliographical references. The still missing copies are wanted for filming. J.Z.
A WAY OUT, March-April 1966, 38pp, in PP 1315: 35-72.
A., B., What Individualist Anarchists Want, 3pp, 36x in PP 412p219. (B.A. was then a Melbourne high school student.)
A.S.F., Principles, Aims and Statutes (provisional) of the Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation (Australia), in PP 788.
AA BOOK NEWS, No. 11, May 1973, 32pp, in PP 923.
A-ALBIONIC CONSULTING AND RESEARCH, 2pp. leaflet, 1988, 29x, in PP 856, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 859, Literature List, 4pp, mainly on conspiracy theories, 29x, in PP 896. Some leaflets on their literature offer 1994, 7pp, in PP 1233.AAPS leaflet, 2pp, The Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, in PP 916. AAPS, Statement, 2pp, on private medical service, in PP 893.
AAPS NEWSLETTER, The Voice of Private Doctors, samples only, 1/75, 10/75, 4/76, 1/77, 12/77, 2/85, 26pp, all sent by JAG, 29x, in PP 895.
ABAC, Association of Balloon and Airship Constructors, 4pp of leaflets, in PP 1,001.
ABAC, THE ASSOCIATION OF BALLOON AND AIRSHIP CONSTRUCTORS, 9pp Leaflets and Literature List, in PP 1,000.
ABBEE BAUDEAU, Des etats polices, in PP 1352/54: 657. Appendices. – I. Explication du Tableau Economique a Madame ***, par l’auteur des Ephemerides: 822. II. Explication sur le vrai sens du mot sterile applique a l’industrie: 868.
ABBEE BAUDEAU, Notice sur la vie et les travaux de l’abbee Baudeau, in PP 1352/54 : 645. Avis au lecteur, ibid, 655.
ABBEE BAUDEAU, Premiere introduction a la philosophie economique ou analyse des Etats polices, in PP 1352/54: 657. Appendices. – I. Explication du tableau economique a Madame *** par l’auteur des Ephemerides, 822. II. Explication sur le vrai sens du mot sterile applique al’industrie, 868.
ABBEE BAUDEAU, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54. – Notice sur la vie et les travaux de L’Abbe Baudeau, ibid, p 645.
ABBEY, EDWARD, Fire on the Mountain, 1p review by KENNETH LAFAVE, in PP 1367/68: 81. (“Explicitly libertarian”!)
ABBOTT, F.E., Profit the Basis of Property, 1p: 113, in PP 1481.
ABBOTT, F.E., The Abolition of Interest Unjust and Impossible. No rate escessive if the booty is “equally shared”, 2pp: 12, in PP 1481.
ABBOTT, L., Address at the funeral of Henry George, 29x, in PP 625.
ABBOTT, LYMAN, Rights of Man, 7pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.
ABBOTT, PHILIP, Understanding the ‘New Conservatives’, POLITY, USA, Winter 77, 261-273, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p55. Headed: Order and Virtue.
ABC AGAINST NUCLEAR WAR, AN, in PP 16-18. Flyer on this book’s large remaining stock of rather badly offset printed copies, e.g. in 907/10. I intend to scan this text to achieve easier legibility and to update it. On 270pp of fine print it makes ca. 500 abstracted & cross-referenced points that are mostly ignored in other peace writings. Compare also my non-alphabetized peace program in PP 61-63 and its original German version in 399-401. The first few PEACE PLANS editions brought largely abstracts of the ideas in PP 61-63 and such summaries were alphabetized in PP 16-18, which remained a close to the record non-seller. I could say, with Laotse, “To be appreciated only by a few belongs to my value.” But I cannot claim to be as original as he was. I stood on the shoulders of those whom I consider to be giants. If only they would have had the microfiche and PC options. They might already have achieved “wonders” with them. I am still battling to get most of their remaining writings onto microfiche, to the extent that they are accessible to me, and not copyrights restricted, or that I have got permission. – This badly printed and bound edition is $ 10 via ship mail. – On microfiche: $ 2. After scanning it will probably be re-fiched on one microfiche together with some other material. J.Z.
ABC NEWS, Australian Bulletin Company, March 78, 4pp, in PP 492, Sep. 84, 4pp, (Bullion dealers), 48x, in PP 739.
ABELL, PETER & THOMAS, KERRY, What Size Should Organizations Be? A Viewpoint, Siena Series 1977/79, No. 1, Acton Society Trust, Occasional Papers, 28pp, in PP 1417: 83. – Productive & autonomous work groups of volunteers would self-determine their size, within the optimum range from 1 to ca. 30. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
ABERCROMBIE, NICHOLAS & TURNER, BRYAN, The Dominant Ideology Thesis, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 29, June 78, 149-170, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p821, headed : Ideology and Classes.
ABERN, WILBERT A., Laissez Faire vs. Equal Rights: Liberal Republicanism and Limits to Reconstruction, PHYLON 40, May/June 79, 52-65, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1299, headed: Liberal Republicans during Reconstruction.
ABILITY VS. INFORMATION, PP 200. ( I’d rather have information & ability. J.Z.)
ABOLITION OF WORK, PP 771 ( In the sense of wage “slavery” )
ABOLITIONISM, GRIMKE, ARCHIBALD H., William Lloyd Garrison, The Abolitionist, 1891, indexed, 405pp, in PP 1071.
ABOLITIONISM, See: CHADWICK, WILLIAM, A New Look at the Abolitionists, 5pp: 226, in PP 1529- 33.
ABOLITIONIST, THE, Journal of Libertarian Opinion, Verona, N.J., II/7-10, October 71- January 1972 & The Last Whole Abolitionist, II/11, Feb. 1972. ( It was to be followed by OUTLOOK, “larger in size and intention”, from March 1972.) Here a total of 68pp, in PP 1,018.
ABOLITIONIST, THE, N.Y. & New Haven, Vol. I, # 9-11, Nov. 70 – Jan. 71, a publication of the Radical Libertarian Alliance, 24pp, In PP 998. Issues Sept, Nov. & Dec. 70, 22p, are in PP 933.
ABORIGINAL LAND RIGHTS, PP 1150. See Land Rights, Red Indians.
ABORIGINES : KEYS, DAVID, Our Aborgines got to the US first, 1p, in PP 1415 : 141. A 1996 clipping on Australian Aborigines, at least by racial identities, having been the discoverers and occupiers of the New World until about 10,000 years ago. Then they were forced into the most remote and least desirable areas. If e.g. any Firelandes are left, should they be allowed to claim land rights for all of North and South America? – Or should the Australian Aborigines claim landrights to all of North & South America because some of their ancestors “owned” them for a while? – J.Z., 4.5.97.
ABORTION, Pro & Con on Legal Abortion, by Tom Tanaka, Jeff Jared and Marla Bottemiller, 4pp, in PP 493, with 2pp of discussions.
ABORTION, See PP 1426 & 1428/1429: Compilation, mainly of material supplied by QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE.
ABORTION, See: ABORTION, Law on Abortion, Zambia – Offences Connected with Murder, 1p: 247, in PP 1463/64.
ABORTION, See: BISSEL, ROGER, A Calm Look at Abortion Arguments, 5pp, in PP 1373/75: 21-29. – Mass murderers are sometimes quite calm about and satisfied with their deeds, too. – I do prefer moral and rational points of view. – J.Z.
ABORTION, See: COURCY HINDS, MICHAEL D, Abortion Foes’ Centers Guiding Lives after Births, 1990, 2pp, in PP 1407: 75.
ABORTION, See: DAILY TELEGRAPH, Unwanted foetus feels pain of abortion: study, 97 clipping: 98, in PP 1493. – As if only the pain of the killing mattered but not the killing itself! It is also painful to consider, as one of the survivors of this slaughter en masse, that you yourself might have been among those your parents had aborted and to ponder the brothers or sisters you might have had.- J.Z.
ABORTION, See: DROSDIK III, VINCENT A., Abortion: A Libertarian View, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1067.
ABORTION, See: GAVAGHAN, COLIN, Where’s the Harm? A Libertarian Case for Abortion on Demand, 4pp: PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 47: 81,in PP 1516. – In each case the intended result is at least one unique human being less, murdered while helpless, upon insistence of at least the mother, his or her supposed guardian, and with the help of scientifically trained doctors. The Nazis confined their murders to those whom THEY considered to be aliens, i.e., not their own flesh and blood. But Abortionists, like Nazis, regard their victims as “sub-human”, never minding all the genetic evidence to the contrary, and their being, obviously, the own flesh and blood. Thus I consider these murderers to be even more sub-human. Altogether the Nazis murdered many less millions of innocent human beings in this century than the abortionists have. That is not an excuse for the Nazis but an all the stronger accusation towards the abortionists. – Killing Nazis was once considered to be a “fair sport” or justified, by whole nations. Killing a single abortionist is still very much frowned upon. I would rather see them do their “things” or murders only within their own autonomous communities, which would be “tough” (in my eyes murderous) for their unborn, but would tend to reduce and perhaps even wipe out, in the long run, this strain from the human race. If it were to become, by its own efforts, a close to extinct human sub-species, then I for one, if I were still alive, would make not a single effort to preserve it. – Victor Koman recommends the transplant of the unwanted foetus to a willing mother. Medical technology is close to being able to do that. – J.Z., 10.11.98.
ABORTION, See: MOORE, RODERICK, The beginning of life and the right to life, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 56.ABORTION, See: NORTH, D.C. & R.L. MILLER, Abortion, Baseball, & Weed, 1p review by ALAN REYNOLDS, in PP 1367/68: 108.
ABORTION, See: PP 1121: 28 publications or articles against abortion, 125pp, compiled by John Zube, mainly with the help of LFL, Libertarians for Life, directed by Doris Gordon. See HENDERSON, LARRY.
ABORTION, See: PP 15, 61-63 (T.L.Johnson & Edwin Vieira), 176/7 (LeFevre), 243, 357/8, 384, 418/19p184, 424, 532, 1028/29, 1052-61 (GABB & MICKLETHWAIT & RODERICK MOORE & DORIS GORDON to RODERICK MOORE).
ABORTION, See: ROSE, LOIS F., Reverend, A Christian Defense of the Right to Choose, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 337. More like “right to kill”! – One of millions of possible choices, and a murderous one at that, is propagated as “the” right to choose! – Was the Holocaust and “ethnic cleansing” a matter of “choice”, too? – What a cover-up term for the actions of parents and doctors against the already living but as yet unborn, whose rights remain unrepresented by them and all too much by others! – J.Z.
ABORTION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Should Abortion Be a Crime? The Abortion Question once more, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 146. Review of: THOMPSON, JUDITH JARVIS, A Defence of Abortion, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, Fall 71, pp 55-56. – A few pages and even book-sized treatments will not sufficiently confront and refute the opposing views. They should all be brought together, even if this required an encyclopaedic treatment. But until consensus is achieved, let the opponents live in their own panarchies, with different crime acts. Abortionists would tend to execute themselves, gradually, as a species. Consider this as a natural punishment for that species, however injust it still is to the individual fetus. – While there are so many people around who imagine it to be just to kill their own children, we cannot achieve complete justice. Enlighten, economically liberate, adopt, achieve free child labour and sensible upbringing and education loans, transplant unwanted fetuses, establish a market for them, but do not try to fight or punish their parents, not, at least, until, in a few hundred years, maybe, they will generally be considered only as a small and criminal minority, like those are now, who kill their children after birth. – J.Z.
ABORTION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Assault on Abortion Freedom, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 207. – Why not advocate baby, infant & child murder “freedom”, too? The early Romans considered children as property and some Stirner followers did, too. – J.Z.
ABORTION, See: SWAN, G.S., Anarchism vs. Abortion, 3pp: 158, with 1p reply by KERNOCHAN, JIM: 160, in PP 501.
ABORTION, See: TANAKA, TOM, A Rational Look at Abortion, 2pp, in PP 1373/75: 307 & 313.
ABOSCH, HEINZ, Anarchismus – gestern und heute, NZZ, 28.8.88, eine Besprechung von : CANTZEN, ROLF, Weniger Staat – mehr Gesellschaft, Freiheit – Oekologie – Anarchismus, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, Frankfurt a.M., 1 S., in PP 1323: 20. – Also: 1988, 2 S., in PP 1127/1128.
ABRAHAM, HENRY J., The Status of the First Amendment’s Religion Clauses : Some Reflections on Lines and Limits, JOURNAL OF CHURCH AND STATE 22, Spring 80, 215-232, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1170, headed: The First Amendment and Religion.
ABRAMS, ANN UHRY, The Ferrer Center : New York’s Unique Meeting of Anarchism and the Arts, NEW YORK HISTORY, July 78, 306-325, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p497, headed: Autonomy, Creativity, and Radicalism. ( It existed only between 1912 & 1915! )
ABRAMS, BURTON A. & SCHITZ, MARK D, The ‘crowding out’ Effect of Governmental Transfers on Private Charitable Contributions, PUBLIC CHOICE 33, 1978, 29-40, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p423, headed: The Economics of Charity. – A lot of anti-economics is involved in charity, too, in spite of its voluntarism, although not as much as in “charity” by involuntary contributors to the bureaucracy’s “charities”. It is VERY charitable towards itself. I never understood why the offices of some higher officials “have to be” and are, habitually and through regulations, comfortably and expensively furnished, rather than in a utilitarian way, with cheap and second-hand furniture. They deprive us of luxuries and some necessities – so that they can “work” in “comfortable and attractive” surroundings. The very cheek of it! As if some of the pomp and glory of the former absolute kings had to “flow-on” to them. If they can’t impress us otherwise, do they want to do it in this way, at OUR expense? – J.Z., 7.6.98.
ABRAMS,LINDA T., Fighting City Hall, 1p, in PP 1356.
ABROMEIT, TRISTAN, Argumente gegen das Modell der konkurrierenden Waehrungen – vom Vor- u. Nachteil der Aktionen im Waehrungsbereich, 5 S., mit 1 1/2 S. Anmerkungen von J.Z.: 31, in PP 1456. – II. Anmerkungen zu den Anmerkungen von Joern Zube vom 6.3.1995, 2 S.: 60, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.
ABROMEIT, TRISTAN, Selbst-Hilfe-Bank, Die, a 4pp pamphlet, in German only, n.d., in PP 814.
ABSCHIEBUNG IST MORD, Oct. 86, 2 S. Flugblatt, 29x, in PP 729. On the right to asylum.
ABSHIRE, BRIAN M., Rev., Militias, CHALCEDON REPORT, 5/97, 3pp, 116, in PP 1453.
ABSOLUTE POLITICAL ETHICS, PP 201.
ABSTRACT THOUGHT, No. 6, Currency, an anarchist approach, on LETS system, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 418.
ABUNDANCE, See: BARKER, BEN, Abundance and Scarcity, 8pp: 411, in PP 1529- 33.
ACADEMIC COMMUNITY, PP 1028/29 (T. Johnson).
ACADEMIC FREEDOM, PP 310, 1052-61 (LA Educ. Notes 6), 1150.
ACADEMIC FREEDOM: HUGHES, FRANK, How to Fire a Professor. A Case History in “Academic Freedom”, 4pp, in PP 1411/12: 145.
ACADEMIC INN, The, leaflet, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.
ACADEMIC REVIEWER, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 3 old samples, Fall/Winter 73, 33pp, Spring/Summer 74, 33pp, Spring/Summer 77, 33pp, 24x, in PP 914. – This publication contains interesting reviews on a lot of excellent books. I would like to see all of it microfilmed and indexed, if it isn’t already. I have neither the copies for this nor the permission, nor the time nor the funds. – J.Z.
ACADEMICS, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, The Academy vs. the Market Place,19pp: 402, in PP 1529- 33.
ACCESS MAGAZINE, 1p flyer, 29x, in PP 725.
ACCOUNT, 1984/III, a review of recent activities of the Institute for Humane Studies, sample, only copy on hand, 5pp, in PP 1,027.
ACCOUNTABILITY IN GOVERNMENT, PP 369.
ACEN, Assembly of Captive European Nations, Freedom for Captive People – Everywhere, 2pp, 24x in PP 12.
ACHARYA, M.P.T., How Long Can Capitalism Survive? 3pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.
ACIF, 3pp on its books and cassettes on individual rights and limited governments, in PP 1111, point 7.
ACKELSBERG, MARTHA A., The Practice of Anarchist Revolution: The Position of Women in Spanish Anarchist Collectives, 1980, 42x, in PP 606. – It is easier to learn what not to do, from most revolutions, than to learn what to do in a libertarian one. – J.Z., 7.6.98.
ACKERMAN, WERNER, Appeal to Establish Cosmopolitan Union, 1931, 1p, in PP1534: 208.
ACKERMANN, WERNER, Appeal to Establish a Cosmopolitan Union, 1931, 1p, reproduced by me again, and again, in the probably vain hope to start a sufficient discussion of individual secessionism and exterritorial and autonomous communities of volunteers, as a rightful and necessary alternative to territorial States. 83, in PP 1451. Also on sheet 121 in PP 1471 & 124 of PP 1469. – Monetary freedom practices are just ONE application of this kind of experimental freedom & minority autonomy under personal laws. See the sub-series: On Panarchy. – J.Z. – Also in PP 1259; 1298;1428/29.
ACKERMANN, WERNER, Aufruf zur Gruendung einer Cosmopolitischen Union, 1931, 1 S. 29x, in PP 399-401. Cosmopolitan Union, The, 2pp, 1931, 1965, 24x, in PP 5, 1p, 36x, in PP 61-63, 1p, 29x, in PP 388, 1p, 29x, in PP 426. Die Cosmopolitische Union, 2 S; The Cosmopolitan Union – Declaration of Principles; Declaration des Principles de l’Union Cosmopolitan, 1930, 29x, PP 428ff, S.244, Die Cosmopolitische Union, 29x, also in PP 617 and at 36x, in PP 736. (On a voluntaryist, libertarian, exterritorial, autonomous and international association and its basic constitution. An appeal, in 10 points, to establish it. Until the Nazis came to power, a small German group was established & associated with a similar one in France, established by H.L. Follin. I would like to see such an association established again, with an addition to the programme, demanding exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer communities, not only those of freedom lovers. It could become a new and much more fruitful International, one for Exterritorial Autonomy for ALL who desire it. Since most people belong to one or the other minority, potentially, most human beings could one day become members. It could establish the foundation for any kind of progress or desired stability, could prevent wars, revolutions, civil wars and terrorism as well as any kind of despotism over non-consenting victims. Details of this and related ideas are discussed in my ON PANARCHY subseries. J.Z.
ACLU, Guardian of Freedom, 10pp, in PP 1425: 114.
ACQUARIAN CONSPIRACY, review of Marilyn Ferguson’s book, 1166.
ACT, AGAINST CENSORSHIP TOGETHER, 2pp leaflet: 115, in PP 1526.
ACTION LINKAGE NETWORKER, THE, No. 26, Jan. 89, 10pp, in PP 26.
ACTION LINKAGE, 6pp, new leaflet, 1990, in PP 1238. See: Cooperatives and Community MTM.
ACTION, HOW TO GET IT, PP 307.
ACTIVISM, Campaigning handbooks PP 838, 967.
ACTIVISM, How 2 people can act like a “movement”, PP 176.
ACTIVISM, POLITICAL, AGAINST : PP 166, 174 – 176, 1027 (LeFevre), 1151.
ACTIVISTS/COMMUNITIES GATHERING, Mt. Oak, 1986, alternative money, 1p, in PP 803.
ACTON INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION AND LIBERTY, THE, Home Page & List of Occasional Papers, 2pp, in PP1534: 115.
ACTON INSTITUTE, THE, London, For a Free and Virtuous Society, introductory pamphlet, sent recently by L.A., 12pp, in PP 479.ACTON, H.B., What Marx Really Said, review by TIBOR R. MACHAN, 1p: 41, in PP 1468.
ACWORTH, W.M., The State in Relation to Railways, 1894, 29x, in PP 371.
ADAM SMITH CLUB, THE, Flyer on meeting: Robert Miller: Is God an Austrian…? 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – Alas, some of the Austrian School representatives claim something close to infallibility for some of their theories, while ignoring all too many others. They got SOME points, not ALL points! – J.Z. 7.6.98.
ADAM SMITH INSTITUTE, London, leaflet, 2pp, in PP 1143. They produced much interesting literature. Alas, most of it is out of sight in most places and, probably, o.o.p. They do not seem to have learnt from the fact that e.g. Adam Smith’s library has been reproduced, but only on microfilm. – J.Z. – See Insider Bulletin, in PP 931.
ADAM SMITH, See ROSCHER, WILHELM, Die Ein- und Durchfuehrung des Adam Smith’schen Systems in Deutschland, Berichte der Koeniglich Saechsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Philologisch – historische Classe, Oeffentliche Sitzung am 1. Juli 1867, 74 S., in PP 1102. Also, in the same issue: HASEK, CARL WILLIAM, The Introduction of Adam Smith’s Doctrines into Germany, 1925, indexed, with bibliography, 155pp.
ADAMIAK, RICHARD, Marx, Engels, and Duehring, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, USA, 35, 1974, 98-112, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p59. Headed: Centralism vs. Decentralism.
ADAMS MCLEARN, MILDRED, Voluntary Taxation – A New Political Concept, 2pp, 24x, in PP 336. – See Voluntary Taxation.
ADAMS, EDWARD F., The Inhumanity of Socialism, 1905, 1913, contains 2 papers: The Case Against Socialism, 1913, & A Critique of Socialism, 1905, 61pp, in PP 957. – See Socialism, con.
ADAMS, FRANCIS, “Drei Perlen aus Francis Adams’ Gedichtsammlung: ‘The army of the night'”, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349. – If it were quite up to me, I would include even less poems in this series than I do. Very few do have something positive to say. – J.Z.
ADAMS, FRANK, The Old Shoe Schoolhouse, Spring 79, 7pp, 29x, in PP 243.
ADAMS, HENRY M., Introduction to 1972 edition of M.H. Cochran, Germany Not Guilty in 1914, 19pp: 4, in PP 1500.
ADAMS, MILTON V., Combating Inflationary Recessions, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
ADAMS, RICHARD, Watership Down, 1p review by Robert Masters, who calls it a libertarian novel, in PP 1367/68: 102.
ADDRESS LISTS PP 388/9, 956, 1034, see DIRECTORIES
ADDRESS LISTS, ACCORDING TO SPECIAL INTERESTS, computerized, 388.
ADDRESS LISTS, See ANARCHIST AGE, THE, 89 international list, INDEX ON LIBERTY, DIRECTORY OF LIBERTARIAN PERIODICALS, FREE MARKET YELLOW PAGES, SPECTRUM, Advocate for Self-government: List of 56 Libertarian Oriented Organizations, in 1992, 2pp, in PP 1,034. See DIRECTORIES.
ADDRESSES OF MONETARY FREEDOM SCHOLARS, Addresses from Cato Institute, 7th. annual monetary conference: Alternatives to Government Fiat Money, Feb. 89, 5pp, 29x, in PP 905. (A 124pp bibliography of free banking writings has been filmed in PP 1022. This will be updated soon, hopefully J.Z.)
ADDRESSES, See: ASHFORD, NIGEL, Exploring Libertarianism: The Main Libertarian Organisations and how to Connect with them, 2pp,STUDY GUIDE No. 6: 117, in PP 1516. – See: LIBERATOR, THE, Fifty-One Libertarian Oriented Organizations, 1988, 2pp: 21, in PP 1526.
ADDRESSES, See: Australian Freedom Addresses, with some N.Z. ones, a 7th compilation by John Zube, Sep. 95, 56pp, in PP 1278: 153. – See PP 467pp 49 & 67, 474, 500. See Directories. Sep. 97 issue is in PP 20.
ADDRESSES: PITT, TONY, FREEDOM ADDRESSES IN AUSTRALIA, 1996, transcribed, selected and with some comments by John Zube, 12pp, 546. In the meantime, my updated Sep.97 directory of such addresses is out, in a second edition of PP 20.
ADEN ANALYSIS THE, A Concise Analysis of Key Financial Markets, sample, 29x, in PP 576.
ADLER, Georg, Prof. Dr., 1863-1908, Geschichte des Sozialismus und Kommunismus (und Anarchismus! J.Z.), von Plato bis zur Gegenwart, 1. Teil: Bis zur Franzoesischen Revolution, 1899, 281 S., mit ausfuehrlicher Bibliographie, in PP 756.
ADLER, MORTIMER J., Freedom : A Study of the Development of the Concept in the English and American Traditions of Philosophy, 47pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p44. Headed: Conflicting Paradigms.
ADLER, MORTIMER J., The Bodyguards of Truth, Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 50, 1976, 125-133, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p88. Headed: Preambles to Freedom.
ADLER, MORTIMER J., The Time of Our Lives, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 97, in PP 1468.
ADVANCED LIGHTER THAN AIR REVIEW, 1/3, March 1978, 8pp, in PP 1,000.
ADVENTURE OF LIBERTY, PP 962.
ADVERTISING, PP 696, 935, 1027, see Kirzner, Israel M., in PP 935.
ADVERTISING, See: BROZEN, YALE,Prof., The FTC’s Attack on Advertising, 5pp: 670, in PP 1457/62.
ADVERTISING, See: DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, On Advertising, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 323.
ADVERTISING, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, How and how not to Achieve Good Taste in Advertising. Free Market Regulation Is Better than Government Regulation, 92, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 83.
ADVOCATES FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, 56 Libertarian Oriented Organizations, 1992, 2pp, in PP 1,034.
ADVOCATES FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, Inc., Atlanta, Sep. 95 circular, 9pp, in PP 497/498.
ADVOCATES FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, Leaflets: 4 pages on their 10th anniversary conference, 1995 in Atlanta & a course on: “Secrets of Persuasive Libertarian Communication from our team of master libertarian communicators”, also offered on tapes: 859, in PP 1484/85. – It is not just a question of masterful oral or written persuasiveness and training to achieve that kind of skill, although I do happen to work towards that aim, too, e.g. by my attempt to compile an encyclopaedia of the best kinds of wordings to put a case ( insinuating, factual, challenging, ridiculing to down-putting ones, as may be required ), but also of: “Give us the tools!” – for improvements in persuasive efforts. These are of a great variety, e.g.: a) Libertarian reference libraries, accessible, affordable. b) Libertarian encyclopaedias, complete, growing, updated & cheap. c) An archive of libertarian ideas, platforms, suggestions, plans. d) A directory to all active libertarians, with details on their special talents, knowledge, interests and commitments. e) An anthologies of private drafts of individual rights. See PP 589/90. f) Complete, cheap and permanent libertarian publishing, at least on microfiche or floppy disks or text-only CD-ROMs. g) Complete and regularly updated bibliographic, abstracting and indexing services – supplied on alternative and affordable media. h) Complete lecture, discussion & course services on audio and video tapes, starting with a directory to ALL those already on offer. i) Flow-chart discussions, on paper or screen, of all involved and still controversial libertarian discussions. j) A compilation of all the diverse definitions of all the still controversial terms, to help separate the wheat from the chaff. k) A survey of all the classification schemes for ideologies that have so far been advanced by libertarians. l) A survey of all the “first principles” so far proposed by and for freedom lovers. m) A libertarian information service based upon the above-mentioned and other tools. – – Even the unskilled and untrained, if only they have learned to read and write, could multiply their effectiveness when they have such tools to work with. Compare my programme for a genuinely cultural revolution, the educational part of my peace programme in PP 61-63 and many of the 1,000 libertarian projects listed in PP 20. Without the proper tools we cannot rely only upon those who can become masterful persuaders in the spoken or written words or via other arts. We had quite a few of them and they were unable to leaven the dough sufficiently, even over centuries of efforts. The enlightenment process ought to become almost automated, not requiring great skills and training, but applying division of labour here, too, a free and widest distribution of its products, in scholarly to popular forms, one that involves all according to their capacities and interests and provides them with all the intellectual ammunition capital that is required to render them as efficient as they can be, at least for competent first aid jobs, though not necessarily for eye surgeon work. Mere courses for better writing and speaking are just not enough, although, undoubtedly, the COULD greatly increase SUCH skills for some or even many. – J.Z.
ADVOCATES FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, Libertarian FAQ, 11 May 1998, 8pp, in PP 1541/42.
ADVOCATES FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, World’s Smallest Political Quiz, 1988, 1p: 1, in PP 1526.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Affirmative Action Chickens Finally Come Home to Roost, 1p: 73, in PP 1515.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, The New Discrimination, PP 720.AFFLUENT SOCIETY? PP 1052-61 (LA Econ. Notes 22, LA Political Notes 51),AFRICA, NO EASY SOLUTION? PP 869, 1034.
AFRICA, PP 723, 1028/29.
AGAINST THE WALL, 2 samples, I/1 & I/4. 24pp, with correspondence to the editor, Bill, in PP 837. – I have collected a few more issues in the meantime but there are still wide gaps. All issues wanted for filming. – J.Z.
AGAINST THE WALL, Westfield, incomplete, on 8 microfiche, at 36x reduction, 210pp each, in PP 1432/1439: 1-1672. – All the missing copies are wanted by LMP for microfiching. Ask for or look up its exchange offers. Copies here microfiched: II/10; V/8; V/10; VI/6; VI/9 & 10; VII/1 -4, 6-10; VIII/2-4, 7, 10, IX/3, 4, 6-8, X/1-3, 6, 8, 10, XI/2-6, 8-10, XII/1, 3-10; XIII/1, 2. Sorry, but some of the chronological sequences got mixed up – & and I am not prepared to correct the number stamping. J.Z. – PLEASE CONSIDER THE POSSIBLE GROWTH OF A COMPREHENSIVE LIBERTARIAN ENCYCLOPAEDIA IN A MEDIUM WHICH IMPOSES NO PAGE LIMITS ON THE SIZE OF THE WORK: A compilation of many short libertarian articles could form an interesting libertarian encyclopaedia, if properly indexed and cross referenced, one with multiple points of view on many proposals. But do not expect me to undertake all the research, compilation, listing, sorting, indexing, cross referencing, recording and publishing efforts required. This should rather be an international and collaborative effort, ideally one in which contributions from everyone would be welcomed and reproduced, leaving selective and edited versions to later. – Use your own minds, fingers and PCs in this direction. You could, e.g., help by listing PEACE PLANS, and all the periodicals it has reproduced, by articles and catchwords and cross references, rather than I have done here, mostly, by author or merely magazine names. – The contributions of e.g. Ludwig von Mises, Ulrich von Beckerath, Laurance Labadie, Murray Rothbard, Milton Friedman, Robert LeFevre, the Libertarian Alliance, ISIL, and some others, on their own, could already form an interesting libertarian encyclopaedia. But to combine all libertarian wisdom – and all remaining errors and their best refutations so far, would be still more helpful. I am collecting libertarian and anarchist A-Z compilations, in book form, towards such an encyclopaedia and hope one day the copyrights owners will combined their copyrights in a combined edition. In the meantime, I work on encyclopaedias like SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY and compilations of micrographic terms and options and monetary freedom ideas, terms and proposals and hope that some groups will gather the great varieties of pro-freedom definitions and social science terms, with their libertarian criticisms, as well as all the popular errors, myths and prejudices, which are obstacles to progress, together with their best refutations so far found. The age of the encyclopaedists and information services has barely begun. – THE FREE RADICAL, N.Z., has already made some interesting libertarian a-z compilations. There are also some almost encyclopaedic compilations of leaflets, e.g. those of ISIL, the LP & others, some already microfilmed here. Presently FRED FOLDVARY is working towards a new DICTIONARY OF ECONOMICS, which would also help. Arthur Seldon’s is still much too short. – J.Z., 22.9.97.
AGAINST THE WALL, XII/9, The Poems of Peace & Freedom, 29pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1519. – Poems by ROBIN SCHONE; ANTONE; SHIRLEY SIMMONS; KIM L. NEIDIGH; KELLY GILL; BRAD LEE; D.C. GRAHAM; GERALD DORSET; NOEL M. VALIS; PATRICIA VAUGHN; FLORA WHITAKER; MARIA MAXFIELD; NONI BOOKBINDER BELL; COLLEEN M. PEARSON; SHEL HOROWITZ; OLIVIA MCCORMACK; JOYCE A. CHANDLER; ED WOODWARD; NANCY DODRILL; SUSAN PACKIE; ELLEN S. SANDRY; DORIS SELINSKY; LARRY BLAZEK; WILLIAM WALTER DE BOLT; AISHA ESHE; MARGARET KEY BIGGS; NICANOR PARRA; DAVID MOORE; BARBARA FOSTER & GORDON LLOYD SWARTZ III. – Give me rather some sensible prose, almost anytime. – J.Z.
AGASSI, JOSEPH, Institutional Individualism, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY, 26, 1975, 144-155, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p78. Headed: Individuals and Groups.
AGE OF CONSENT, See: TAME, CHRIS, Why the Age of Consent Should be the Same for Homosexuals as for Heterosexuals, 94, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 105. – Why should different communities not have at least some discretion in fixing this age limit, if determining it at all, rather than leaving it to the persons involved or their parents or guardians? See especially the works of K. MAYO, Mother India & Volume Two, on this, recently fiched by me. – J.Z.
AGE OF CONSENT: O’CONNOR, MAX, Sex Coercion, and the Age of Consent, 2pp, with 2pp of comment by Sisem: 51, in PP 1430/31.
AGE OF FABLE, 911.
AGE OF REASON, 1159 (Paine).
AGGRESSION, FOREIGN, See: TANNEHILL, MORRIS & LINDA, Foreign Aggression, 3pp from: The Market for Liberty, in PP 1409/10: 180.
AGGRESSION, See: TEMPLIN, RALPH, Is Nationalism Always Aggressive? 2pp: 141, in PP 1480. – TERRITORIAL nationalism always is, by its very nature and against internal as well as external enemies. The aggression is simply not total or constant or always in military form. – J.Z.,
AGGRESSION, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Effects of Aggression, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 282.
AGGRESSION, THE CAUSES OF, 174 – 176, 975 & 1004 & 1052-61 (LA Psychological Notes 2). To me territorialist organization and intolerance is the main cause. But I listed ca. 500 other relevant points in 16-18 and discussed many of them somewhat in PP 61-63, 399-401 and in my On Panarchy series. J.Z. See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Causes of Aggression, 28pp, in PP 1,004.
AGGRESSION, WHO IS THE AGGRESSOR? PP 3.
AGGRESSIVE PACIFISM, being conclusions reached by the students of Ahimsa Farm, 4pp on non-violence teachings, in PP 1,011.
AGGRESSIVENESS, PP 1024,
AGIO OF MEANS OF PAYMENT, PP 737.
AGORA FUND, 2pp, in PP 274.
AGORA, Informations libertaires internationales, no. 1, printemps 1980: Reise durch die “Anarchive”, 3 S., ueber anarchistische Archive in Mailand, Barcelona, Amsterdam, mit Liste von 9 solchen Addressen: 82, in PP 1502.
AGORA, Nr.. 1 & 2, 28 S., Magazin Entwuerfe von Stefan Blankertz, fuer das geplante Institut fuer Handel und Wandel, in PP 1,006.
AGORIC INCENTIVES SUPERCEDE HIERARCHIC CONTROLS, 8.
AGORIST INSTITUTE, Lending Library, 1p flyer, 1990, in PP 1,024.
AGORIST INSTITUTE, THE, 1p leaflet, in PP 1348: 28.
AGORIST INSTITUTE, THE, Long Beach, Courses, Seminars and Registration, 1980, 1p, in PP 1,017.
AGORIST INSTITUTE, THE, Norwalk, Cal., 6pp introductory leaflet, in PP 1425: 28
AGORIST INSTITUTE, THE, REPORT to Supporters No. 8, Winter 1990, 4pp: 180, in PP 1455.
AGORIST INSTITUTE, THE, Zeroeth Issue, Report to Supporters, August 15, 1985, 4pp, in PP 1425: 29.
AGRARIAN JUSTICE, PP 798 (Paine).
AGRICULTURAL POLICY, PP 530, 602, 625, 718, 723, 778-783 (DIANNYERE), 923, 1014, 1046, 1104. See Free Trade.
AGRICULTURE, FACILITATING PAYMENTS, PP 645.
AGRICULTURE, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Trouble with Farming,8pp: 389, in PP 1529- 33.
AGRICULTURE, See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY ON THE ISSUES, in PP 1270.AGRICULTURE: BORSODI, RALPH, Agriculture in Modern Society, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 597.AGRICULTURE: ROBERTS, LOIS, The Farm Problem: Part I, The Farmer on the Dole, 7pp; Part II, Controls, The Surplus Commodity, 11p, in PP 1376: 216 & 228.
AGRICULTURE: Sheep dung and fowls, ultrasound and wasps against potatoe bugs and other insect pests, 4 short clippings, in German, from 1960-73, 1p, in PP 1323: 19.
AHIMSA FARM, Aurora, Ohio, leaflet No. 2, 4pp, in PP 1,011.
AHMAD, DEAN, Nuclear Energy vs. the Free Market, 1p, in PP 275: 55.
AHMAD, I. DEAN, PROPERTY RIGHTS, n.d., 6pp, from Michael Greene’s Supper Club papers, in PP 958.
AHMAD, IMAD-AD-DEAN & ADAM KELLER, More Dialogue on a Middle East Solution, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p70. – The exterritorial autonomy and personal law option, fully in accordance with voluntarism, individualism and associationism, as well as propertarianism, remains almost fully ignored, here and elsewhere. – J.Z.
AID & ABET NEWSLETTER, Constitutional Issues for Lawmen, vol. 1, No. IX, n.d., 12pp. Upholding the right to bear arms and some militia ideas.
AIDA PARKER NEWSLETTER, Tanzania: Experiment that Failed, 4pp, Aug. 87, in PP 1430/31: 212.
AIDS : HENRY, DOYLE, The Planned Disease, 90, 1p, on AIDS, in PP 1343/44: 1950.
AIDS : STRECKER MEMORANDUM, THE, from RAMTHA DIALOGUES, 4pp, in PP 274: 140. Important inform. on AIDS.
AIDS, CANCER CURED BY HYPER-OXYGENATION, 12pp, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.
AIDS, In Africa, intentionally spread? Campbell Douglas in PP 811, as designer disease in biological warfare.
AIDS, PP 1052-61 (LA Pamphlet 12).
AIDS, See: PERON, JIM, AIDS: An Issue of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, an LP leaflet, 4pp: 863, in PP 1484/85. – One of the worst aspects is that the wide pool of already infected people, spread largely, but not exclusively, by careless homosexuals and prostitutes, established a vast pool for further mutations of this disease, which could make it more and more dangerous to all. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
AIM HIGH, Downer, ACT, July 95, 6pp: 1, in PP 1483. – Newsletter for unitholders in the Australian Ethical Trusts.
AIR BAGS, PP 988, 1127/28.
AIR LINES & SAFETY: WOLFE, HARRY P. & SEMMENS, JOHN, Air Transportation: More government less safety, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 158.
AIR RAIDS on furnaces and ball bearing industries, PP 1 & 2.
AIR RAIDS, ARE AIR RAIDS TO PROPER MEANS TO END A WAR QUICKILY AND WITHOUT MUCH BLOODSHED? PP 1 & 2.
AIR RAIDS, DISCRIMINATING, RIGHTFUL, LIMITED AND REASONABLE USE OF AIR POWER IN VIETNAM – to further peace rather than war and to shorten the war, while reducing bloodshed to a minimum, in PP 8.
AIR RAIDS, See: STEWART, CAMERON, Monument to War, 2pp, on the air raid against civilians in Dresden, in PP 1366: 119.
AIR RESCUE, PP 1105.
AIR SHIPS, see ZEPPELINS.
AIR, Declaration of First Principles of the ALLIANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, 2pp, 1971, 24x, in PP 14.
AIRLINE COMPETITION, PP 369, 398, 720, 1127/28, 1156.
AIRLINE DEREGULATION, PRIVATIZATION & SAFETY, PP 1104/5.
AIRLINE MONOPOLIES, See: BLUMSOHN, GARY, Airline Monopolies = Pie in the Sky, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 37.
AIRLINES MONOPOLIES, See: MUELLER, MILTON, Freeing the Airways, Defining Property Rights, 1p, in PP 277/278: 199.
AIRWAYS: HOCKER, CHRIS, Control of the Airwaves, 3pp, in PP 1425: 21.
AIRWELLS: Free Water from the Air, 1p, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.
AITKEN, DON, Uglies vs. Trendies: the High Price of Compulsory Voting, 1978, 1p, 29x, in PP 384. See Voting, Compulsory Voting.
AITKEN, Michael J. & WILLIAMS, David J., Regulating Taxi Operators: Some Historical Insights, 18pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722. See Taxis.
AKEROYD, IVY A., What Are Human Rights, 1969, 6 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
AKRATIE, Basel, Hefte 5, Fruehjahr 76 – 7, Fruehjahr 1977; 9/1977; 11/1978 & 14/1980, 240 S.: 1, in PP 1523.
AKTIV GEGEN STRAHLUNG, 6 S., undatiertes Flugblatt: 134, in PP 1503.
ALABAMA LIBERTY, The Official Publication of the Alabama LP, III/1, Jan. 84, 5pp, in PP 1270.
ALAIZ, FELIPE, Decadence of Political Socialism, 1951, 7pp, 29x, in PP 542.
ALAN; ALEX; COLLEEN; DYLANA; GRACE; KIEREN; LEON; PETER; LEON;PETER; RAY and the PUNKS of Main Endicott High School, an editorial collective, Anarchism, a compilation, 1984 or later,28pp, donated to me by Jim Koehnline, in 1990: 82, in PP 1514.
Alas, he does not question its territorial non-solution. – J.Z.
ALBERT JAY NOCK FORUM & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SUPPER CLUB, Some invitations and short articles, Nos. 89-93, 95, 97-108, 26pp, in PP 1132.
ALBERTA CAPITALIST, THE, Sept. 78, Vol. 5, No. 5, 6pp, only copy on hand, in PP 927.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS & KINZLEY, MARK, How to Save the World, a guide to the politics of scale, 1p leaflet, in PP 1420/22: 559.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS & MEZEY, MATTHEW & RATCLIFFE, PETER, editors, SOCIAL INVENTIONS, A Compendium. The Latest Ideas and Award – Winning Schemes from the Institute for Social Inventions, published instead of SOCIAL INVENTIONS Nos. 29/30, July 93, 180pp, in PP 1263.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS & MEZEY, MATTHEW, editors, Re-Inventing Society – A Bumper Book of Best Ideas, Schemes & Speculations, published by the Institute for Social Inventions, 1994, 280pp, instead of SOCIAL INVENTIONS, Nos. 31 – 33, in PP 1263.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS & VALERIE YULE, Encyclopaedia of SOCIAL INVENTIONS, published by THE INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INVENTIONS, London, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 921.
ALBERY, Nicholas and KINZLEY, Mark, a 1p leaflet advertising their book: How to Save the World, A Guide to the Politics of Scale, 319pp. 29x, in PP 699.
ALBERY, Nicholas, & MILLS, Christine, editors, Best Ideas, A Directory of Social Inventions, 1986, 156pp, 48x, in PP 633.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, Alternative Gomera, Guide to a week’s walking round Gomera Island, near Tenerife, 2pp leaflet for the book, in PP 1267. – I would be more interested in guides to monetary and economic emancipation and development, to the extent that it is desired by volunteers. – J.Z.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, Circulars, ISI, 17 March 92, 3pp, in PP 1260-62, 22 March 94, 1p, 30.6.93, 1p, in PP 1260-62.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, LEANA BOERJESON & KLAS GUSTAVI, The Problem-Solving Pocketbook, 2pp ISI leaflet only, in PP 890.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, Letter on GLOBAL IDEAS BANK, ISI, 96, 1p, in PP1349 : 21. – If only enough anarchists and libertarians were to send in all their freedom ideas, in abstracts, to this archive, preferably on disk, then, as a general market for ideas, it could also work for them. – I am so involved in getting more texts onto microfiche that I have not got around to send N.A. many short versions of freedom ideas. – But, sooner or later, I do hope to get around to abstract many of what I perceive to be the most important freedom ideas in my series. To some extent that was done, in two of my books, in PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z., 9/97.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, Letter, from ISI, 11.7.96, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 464.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS, to ZUBE, JOHN, 11.5.94, 1p, 25.4.95, 1p, in PP 1262.
ALBERY, NICHOLAS; GIL ELLIOT & JOSEPH ELLIOT, The Natural Death Handbook, here only 4 pp of leaflets, in PP 1267. – I am more concerned with natural and extended lives. – J.Z.
ALBIONIC CONSULTING AND RESEARCH, formerly Alpine Enterprises, conspiracy and revisionist literature, 29x, in PP 576.
ALBON, ROBERT & LINDSAY, GREG, editors, Occupational Regulation and the Public Interest, Competition or Monopoly? 1984, 215pp, indexed, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.
ALBON, ROBERT, Australia: History and Overview (Of Rent Control), 1980, CIS, 17pp, in the volume edited by him on Rent Control, 29x, in PP 397.
ALBON, ROBERT, Private Correspondence, Competition or Monopoly in Australia’s Postal Services? 1985, 78pp, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.
ALBON, ROBERT, Regulation: History and Overview, 1980, CIS, in the volume edited by him on RENT CONTROL, 9pp, 29x, in PP 397.
ALBON, ROBERT, Rent Control, Costs and Consequences, essays edited by Robert Albon, 1980, CIS, 235pp, 29x, in PP 397.
ALBRECHT, FRITZ, Himmels-Lichtreklame, 1 S., Werbung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 187. Um Himmel’s Willen! Warum auch dafuer noch Reklame machen? Fuer neue Ideen und Talente offensichtlich ungeeignet. – J.Z.
ALCOHOLISM, See: TOBIN, RONALD C., Alcoholism, 2pp: 4, in PP1466/67.
ALCOTT, BLAKE, The Concept of the ‘Objective’ and Libertarianism, 1971, 8 pp, 24x, in PP 596/597.
ALDRED, GUY A., Bakunin, 1940, THE WORD LIBRARY, 2nd. series, No. 1, Glasgow, 69pp, in PP 1268.
ALDRED, GUY A., Bakunin’s Writings, India, Indore, 1947? 117pp, in PP 1,044.
ALERT, The National Magazine of Better Living, What’s What about Pot? March-April 1972, 28pp, in PP 1362/63: 133.
ALEXANDER, A. JOHN, The Ideas of Lysander Spooner, 18pp, 24x, in PP 111-134.
ALEXANDER, GEORGE J., It Would Be Much Better for Justice If Psychiatrists Were Thrown Out of Court, 2pp, in PP 1153.
ALEXANDER, S., Peter Kropotkin on Man & Society, 6pp, 24x, in PP 281.
ALEXANDRIA LIBRARY, Recreated on video cassettes and microfiche, 1990 clipping, in PP 1,024.
ALFARIC, PROSPER, From Jewish Messianism to the Christian Church, 29x, in PP 616.
ALFORD, B.H., Free Education, 14pp, 36x, in PP 202.
ALFORD, F.S., The Greater Illusion, A Critical Review of Australia’s Fiscal Policy, 1934, 198pp, for Free Trade, 36x, in PP 654
ALGERIAN WAR, See: BUCKLEY, PRISCILLA L., Helas! Helas! Helas! 5pp: 99, in PP 1506/07. – Review of : HORNE, ALISTAIR, A Savage War of Peace, on Algerian War. Ulrich von Beckerath was so frustrated with the atrocities committed by the combattants on both sides, that he had only to suggest: In such cases you can do nothing but offer asylum to the refugees from both sides, and a full employment programme for them, there, based on monetary freedom. I believe that at the same time the strongest advocacy should be made of panarchism as an alternative to civil and other wars, revolutions and terrorism. – Atrocities, by themselves, do not teach enough. – PIOT, J.Z., 27.5.98.
ALIA, Ein Alternativer Raum. Selbstverwaltung einer Gruppe von Frauen, 40 S.: 371-410, in PP1466/67. See: Coops.
ALIENATION, See: MACHAN, TIBOR, Alienation: Was Marx Right? 6pp: 153, in PP 1506/07. – There are forms of alienation which Marx did not discuss at all: Territorial governments have alienated me from most significant political and economical rights and tried to substitute for them by the franchise – compulsory, here, too! – J.Z., 5.6.98.
ALLEN, FRANCES F., Mrs., Facts; or, Co-Operators’ Directory, n.d., 1893 or after, a survey of intentional or utopian colonies and of some productive cooperative efforts. With some news on labour exchange attempts and writings, 46pp, in PP 496.
ALLEN, GARY: None Dare Call it Conspiracy, review by JOHN HOSPERS, 3pp: 54, in PP 1468.
ALLEN, GLORIA, Home Rule: Turning Citizens into Servants, 1988, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. – On despotic local government powers.
ALLEN, JAMES, As a Man Thinketh, LBB 593, n.d., 31pp, in PP 1224.
ALLEN, JAMES, Thought & Purpose, 2pp, in PP 499, from his book: As A Man Thinketh, 1984.
ALLEN, JOEL A., The Influence of Physical Conditions in the Genesis of Species, from Tucker’s Radical Review, May 1877, 37pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.
ALLEN, MICHAEL, Antifederalism and Libertarianism, REASON PAPERS 7, Spring 81, 73-94, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1379, headed: Antifederalism : Military & Civilian Concerns.
ALLEN, WILLIAM R., Economics, Economists and Economic Policy: Modern American Experiences, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, USA, 9, 1977, 48-88, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p119. Headed: Government Experts.
ALLEN, WILLIAM R., Midnight Economist, broadcast & newsletter, sample: PP 1139.
ALLEN-MILLS, TONY, Toddler tort adds cream to the cake of litigation lunacy, 1p, 96, in PP 1367/68: 242. It becomes more and more a lawyers’ world! – J.Z., 4.12.96.
ALLIANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, Declaration of First Principles, largely based on a draft by Tony Prince, 4 major points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
ALLIANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, Declaration of First Principles, 3pp, in PP 1398: 123.
ALLIANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, The Individual Rights Draft, 13 points, as accepted by March 1971, 48x, in PP 589/590.
ALLIANCE FOR PEACE THROUGH WORLD FREEDOM & VOLYA, Cuba, an Island in Chains, 2pp, 29x, in PP 705.
ALLIANCE OF LIBERTARIAN ACTIVISTS, The Berkeley Statement, 1p, 8 points, 24x, in PP 12, 48x, in PP 589/590, list of literature distributed by them in 1966, 1p, in PP 861.
ALLIANCES, POLITICAL, PP 3.
ALLIANCES: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., On Coalitions & Alignments, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 881.
ALLISON, Colin, School that breaks the old rules, 1978, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.
ALLMAN, T.D., In Defence of Monarchy, 6pp, 36x, in PP 370.
ALOHILIANI, Warum wir so unfrei sind oder Deine Freiheit in einer unfreien Welt, 1. Teil, 3 S., nach dem Buch “Freedom in an Unfree World”, von Harry Browne, uebersetzt, bearbeitet und mit eigenen Textpassagen ergaenzt, in PP 1326.
ALPINE ENTERPRISES, The Occult Technology of Power, 62pp, 1974, 29x, in PP 723. Literature list on conspiracy theories, 24pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.
already filmed in this series, in other editions. – J.Z.
ALSOP, STEWART, Blueprint for Disaster: American Defence Expenditure, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.
ALSTOTT, ANNE L., Pay plan would work against women, 1p clipping, n.d. or source, in PP 1156.
ALTA, The Ten Commandments for Liberation, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, p226.
ALTERNATIVE BOOKSHOP, London, 30pp, clippings, leaflets, lists, 29x, in PP 697. (The AB is defunct now as a walk-in bookshop but continued as a book mailing enterprise by LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE.)
ALTERNATIVE BOOKSHOP, THE, London, Catalog, Autumn 1979, 188pp, 29x, in PP 316-318, Book Lists 1982, 8pp, 29x, in PP 423.
ALTERNATIVE CONSTITUTIONS, RADICAL DECENTRALIZATION ALTERNATIVES, PP 852 (Panarchies omitted. J.Z.),
ALTERNATIVE INSTITUTIONS, 182, see COMPETING GOVERNMENTS, ON PANARCHY, TOLERANCE, EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM, BLACK MARKETS, COUNTER ECONOMY, MONETARY FREEDOM.
ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLES, PP 608.
ALTERNATIVE MEDIA OPTIONS, See: ZUBE, JOHN to RUDERT, FRITZ-JOACHIM, 24.12. 1998, 5pp letter, with a 3 pp draft on alternative media options towards a comprehensive common market for all pro-freedom information, ideas and talents, in PP 1537: 197.
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE: ANON., Assault on Alternative Medicine, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 123.
ALTERNATIVE REVIEW, THE, Nos. 1-9, 2/86-11/86, 74pp, Libertarian Alliance, London, 29x, in PP 695.
ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY MICROFICHE REFERENCE LIBRARY, 2pp leaflet on its offer of 850 titles, 48x, in PP 647.
ALTERNATIVES VORLESUNGSVERZEICHNIS FREIER NACHBARSCHAFTS – UNIVERSITAETEN, 1978, 6 S. Flugblatt, 29x, in PP 737.
ALTERNATIVES, FALSE: MATIASZ, JORJ, Polarity Thinking vs. Integrative Thinking, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 645.
ALTGELD, JOHN P., Reasons for Pardoning the Haymarket Anarchists, 1896, 49pp, in PP 1233.
ALTMAN, ELIZABETH C., The Philosophical Bases of Feminism: The Feminist Doctrines of the Saint-Simonians and Charles Fourier, PHILOSOPHICAL FORUM, Spring 76, 277-293, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p905, headed: Feminism, the Saint-Simonians & Fourier.
ALTRUISM, PP 281, 535, 737, 864, compare CHARITY, EGOISM, SELFISHNESS, WELFARE STATE.
AMA: PRIMICH, FRANK J., M.D., What AMA has not done for me lately, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 423.
AMADOR, JORGE, & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Is Modern Society too Complex for Liberty? 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.
AMADOR, JORGE, A Dissent, on the “complexity” article, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
AMADOR, JORGE, Assessing the CATO Conference on Political Economy, June 28 – July 5, 80, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
AMADOR, JORGE, CO, etc., not enough, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
AMADOR, JORGE, Does Accident Insurance Ensure More Accidents? 1p, in PP 480.
AMADOR, JORGE, First National SLS Convention, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
AMADOR, JORGE, Hierarchy or Market? 1983, 20pp, in PP 1144.
AMADOR, JORGE, In Defence of Ambulance Chasers, 1p, in PP 480.
AMADOR, JORGE, Louw & Kendall’s Solution not Libertarian, 1/2p letter, in PP 493. – However, during a libertarian dinner in L.A., in 1990, their U.S. spokesman declared, upon a question, that ANYONE could form a “canton”. Thereupon cheering from the crowd! They should have openly advocated exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities and individual secessionism. Ideas can’t catch on if not clearly expressed. – J.Z.
AMADOR, JORGE, On Ron Paul… An Agnostic Speaks Out, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p243.
AMADOR, JORGE, Please! Don’t Go, 2pp, in PP 480.
AMADOR, JORGE, Racism in Constitutional Robes, 1p, in PP 480.
AMADOR, JORGE, Ron Paul’s Voting Record, 2p, in PP 1283 – 1286: 293/294.
AMADOR, JORGE, Taxation, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p166 & 172.
AMADOR, JORGE, Thatcher Proposes Nirvana, 1p, in PP 1283 – 1286: 403.
AMADOR, JORGE, The “Fairness” Sword Sheathed, 2pp, in PP 480.
AMADOR, JORGE, The Draft… 15 Years ago, 1p, in PP1283-1286: 335. (1980)
AMADOR, JORGE, The Military… and Manpower, 1p, in PP 1283-1286: 269.
AMADOR, JORGE, The New Immigrants, 1p, in PP 1283-1286: 190, for free migration.
AMADOR, JORGE, The Pacifist : A Natural Libertarian, 1p, in PP 1283-1286. – To a very limited degree! – J.Z.
AMADOR, JORGE, Utility vs. Morality, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1661.
AMADOR, JORGE, Why Castro Won’t Take Gorbachev’s Hints, 1p, in PP 1283 – 1286: 421.
AMAGIN, INC., Erie, Penn, see STAR SPANGLED SPENDERS, in PP 997.
AMBULANCE CHASING, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Ambulance Chasing, 1p: 49,in PP 1515.
AMELIORATION: BOWERS, PHILIP J., Amelioration, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 208.AMERICA, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Secret of American Prosperity, 1955, 5pp: 80, in PP 1480.AMERICAN ANARCHISM, PP 286. See Tucker, Spooner, Warren, Andrews et al, ROCKER: Pioneers of American Freedom, REICHERT, Partisans of Freedom, SCHUSTER, Native American Anarchism.
AMERICAN APPRAISERS GUILD, 2pp. leaflet on gemstone investments, 29x, in PP 867.
AMERICAN ATHEIST CENTER, AMERICAN ATHEISTS, A History, n.d., 6pp, in PP 1250.
AMERICAN ATHEIST, The Journal of Atheist News and Thought, March 1981, vol. 23, No. 3, 24pp, sample copy, in PP 1239. – I have only one other sample on hand. – J.Z.
AMERICAN BUSINESS PRINCIPLES, PP 1137.
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION, If the Moral Majority Has its Way, you’d better Start Praying, 1p flyer, in PP 1378/81: 408.
AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW FOUNDATION, 1990: … the right of the people to peaceably petition, 5pp, in PP 1134.
AMERICAN CRISIS, PP 1161 (Paine).
AMERICAN CURRENCY, HISTORY, PP 240.
AMERICAN ECONOMIC SYSTEM, PP 290.
AMERICAN EMPIRE, PP 984.
AMERICAN INFORMATION NETWORK NEWSLETTER, 10pp of extracts, from the May, June 1988 issues, 29x, in PP 859.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH, Barrington, ECONOMIC EDUCATION BULLETIN : The Pocket Money Book. A Monetary Chronology of the U.S., XXIX, No. 12, Dec. 1989, 51pp: 291, in PP 1506/07. – I would like to fiche more material of this research institute – if I could get it & if it were not so particular about its copyrights. But most of these titles (see sheet 316) are, probably, still in print and available directly from its address. I would also have liked to be able to browse through its research library. – J.Z.
AMERICAN INTELLIGENCER, War on Drugs Being Used by Goverment to Justify a Nationwide Assault on Second Amendment and other Constitutional Rights, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1926.
AMERICAN LIBERTARIAN, Katy, Texas, edited by HOLMES, MIKE, incomplete: I/4, Oct. 86 – I/6, Dec. 86; I/7 – I/11, June 87; II/1, July 87 – II/11, June 88; III/1 – III/12, June 89; IV/1 – IV/4, Oct. 89: Last issue, 302pp, in PP 1378/81: 2-302. – Remaining subscriptions were taken over by Jorge Amador’s THE PRAGMATIST. I tried, so far in vain, to get Amador’s O.K. for fiching his back issues – and to get my set complete. – The AMERICAN LIBERTARIAN contained mainly libertarian party campaign, conference and person news, rather than discussions of freedom ideas. I listed some of its more general interest articles separately. – J.Z.
AMERICAN LIBERTY PUBLISHERS, Makers and Takers, The Trojan Project. An offer of one or two (?) books, author not mentioned, just some information on Makers and Takers. Is The Trojan Project a sub-title or a separate title? 1999. 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 400.
AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION & ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS, Freedom to Read, a 2pp statement, subsequently endorsed by many other associations. – Naturally, the micrographic self-help option is not mentioned. – J.Z.
AMERICAN MIRACLE, How to Achieve it, PP 928.
AMERICAN RENAISSANCE SCHOOL & Foundation, Description of Course in Literature, 1985, 5pp & introductory letter, Oct. 28, 1985, 12pp, and a clipping, 1p, Alan Deutschman: Profit Isn’t Against the Rules at This High School, WSJ, Sep. 24, 1985, with an example of an ARS Student’s work, 2pp, n.d., in PP 1,047, 1p clipping, 1985, in PP 1100.
AMERICAN REPUBLIC, as seen by Henry George, PP 624.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION & CANADA, PP 1028/29 (Evoy).
AMERICAN REVOLUTION, A SECOND, PP 975.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The American Revolution Reconsidered, Review of 14 books on the subject, 2pp: 66, in PP 1468.
AMERICAN RIGHT, THE TRANSFORMATION OF, PP 959.
AMERICAN TOTALITARIANISM, See: CHILDS, R.A., Jr., The Inception of American Totalitarianism, 4pp: 315, in PP 1457/62.
AMERICANISM, PP 163, 199, 224, 307, 310, 415, 789, 897, 956, 1015, 1044, 1137, 1151, see PROPERTY, THANKSGIVING,
AMERICANISM, See: BRADFORD, RALPH, The American Idea, 7pp: 343,in PP 1529- 33.
AMERICANISM, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The American Idea, review,3pp, of: KEMPS, JACK, The American Idea: Ending the Limits to Growth, Washington, 355pp: 619, in PP 1529- 33.
AMERICANISM, See: FULDA, JOSEPH S., America at her Best, 4pp:304, in PP 1529- 33.
AMERICANISM, See: HAYSOM, CHEETAH, Generous Americans, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 273.AMERICANISM, See: IRVINE, LEIGH H., What Is Americanism? An Analysis of the Principles of the Republic of the U.S., 1920, new ed. 1940, 31pp, with an alphabetical index on p. 31 ( sheet 86 ): 76, in PP 1501. – See Irvine, Leigh H., in PP 956.
AMERICANISM, See: READ, LEONARD E., The Essence of Americanism,1961, 14pp: 449, in PP 1529- 33.
AMERICANISM, See: SUMNER, W.G., The American Code, in PP 1307.AMERICANS & HERBERT SPENCER, PP 201, 370.
AMES, BRUCE N., Science, Economics & the Spontaneous Order, 1989, 4pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
AMES, BRUCE, Mother Nature is Meaner than you Think: Review of: EFRON, EDITH, The Apocalyptics, 1p: 88, in PP 1469.
AMI, MARY BEN, On Scandinavia Co-Housing Scheme, 2pp, in PP 1238.
AMIKO, Revue Internaciona, I/1983, 8pp, IDO, in PP 1101.
AMISH : ARONS, STEPHEN, Compulsory Education. The Plain People Resist, Apr. 72, CIE, SATURDAY REVIEW, Jan. 15, 72, 14pp, in PP 1419: 127.
AMISH ECONOMICS, PP 737, 1031.
AMISH: LEROUX, CHARLES & GROSSMAN, RON, Plain Talk Derails the Rat Race, 96, on Amish, in PP 1418: 125.
AMMON, HARRY, The Monroe Doctrine: Domestic Politics or National Decision? DIPLOMATIC HISTORY 5, Winter 81, 53-70, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1397, headed: The Monroe Doctrine & National Policy.
AMNESTY : FERRARA, FLIP, The Case for Amnesty, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 322.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, Against the Death Penalty, 6pp, in PP 469. – I do favour the death penalty, e.g. for tyrants. – J.Z.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, AUSTRALIA, a 1p appeal, 28 May 91, with some notes by John Zube, 25 Nov. 1991, 3pp, in PP 1,039.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, The Light that Barbed Wire Can’t Stop, 6pp leaflet: 79, in PP 1503.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, What Does Amnesty International Do? 1985, 25pp: 81, in PP 1503. – A.I. goes after symptoms, not causes. – J.Z., 27.4.98.
AMSLER, CHRISTINE E., BARTLETT, ROBIN L., & BOLTON, CRAIG J., Thoughts of Some British Economists on Early Limited Liability and Corporate Legislation, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Winter 81, 774-793, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1870, headed: The Limited Liability Corporation.
AMUNDSON, RON, The Hundredth Monkey Debunked, 6pp, in HUNDREDTH MONKEY EFFECT, A compilation of some remarks on the Hundredth Monkey Effect, as observed or stated e.g. by Ken Keyes, Jr., Lyall Watson et al, 15pp, in PP 1072.
ANALOG/ASTOUNDING, index, compiled by M. Ashley & T. Jeeves, 264pp, 36x, in PP 413.
ANALYSIS, edited by Frank Chodorov, Vol. I, No. 1 to Vol. V, No. 10, November 1944 to August 1949, in PP 1,009 & 1,010.
ANALYSIS, No. 3, ed. The Thornton, Publisher NLE, 2pp, sample issue, 29x, in PP 676.
ANALYST, Profits Must Go! 1p: 123, in PP 1480. – As Winston Churchill once said: Making losses is the real crime! – J.Z.
ANARCHAFEMINISM, Garden Grove, No. 1, n.d., no pagination, 40pp, No. 2, n.d., 40pp: 10, in PP 1503. – I did not bother to try hand-correcting their flawed print. They write almost as if there were none but sexual and personal relationship problems. – J.Z.
ANARCHIE, Berlin, 1/69, 27 S.: 43, in PP 1477.
ANARCHISM S I G NEWSLETTER, issue No. 2, Winter 1987, 12pp, published by Chaz Bufe, San Francisco. Only sample on hand. In PP 1,007.
ANARCHISM & CRIME, PP 407.
ANARCHISM & DEMOCRACY, PP 901 (G),
ANARCHISM & LIMITED GOVERNMENT, See: BRAGG, BILL, Proposed Solution to the Anarchist/Limited Government Controversy, 1p: 598, in PP 1457/62. – MACHAN, TIBOR R., Archy & Anarchy. The State of the Debate, 1972, 2pp: 638, in PP 1457/62. – WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Reply to BRAGG, BILL, Proposed Solution to the
ANARCHISM & MORALITY, PP 961.
ANARCHISM & ORGANIZATION, PP 961, 1154/55.
ANARCHISM & TAXATION, PP 336, see VOLUNTARY TAXATION.
ANARCHISM & THE PROLETARIAN MYTH, See: PARKER, S.E., Some Notes on Anarchism & the Proletarian Myth, 2pp from THE MATCH, in PP 274: 148.
ANARCHISM TODAY, A-Infos Hyper-Archive.txt, 1997, 2pp home page only, of “anti-capitalist” anarchists, in PP 1535: 156.
ANARCHISM, Anthology, 1984, See: ALAN; ALEX; COLLEEN; DYLANA;GRACE; KIEREN; LEON; PETER; LEON; PETER; RAY and the PUNKS of Main Endicott High School, an editorial collective, Anarchism, a compilation, 1984 or later, 28pp, donated to me by Jim Koehnline,in 1990: 82, in PP 1514.
ANARCHISM, First (probably) German book for anarchism, 1852, see Marr, Wilhelm, in PP 957.ANARCHISM, Mini-leaflet by ED STAMM, 1p, with 4pp of comments by JOHN ZUBE, in PP 1510/11, pp 384ff.
ANARCHISM, MODERN POLITICAL THEORY, Home Page, ½ page, n.d., in PP 1538: 194. – Links mainly to leftist anarchism. – J.Z.
ANARCHISM, Monster List of Links, 12pp, n.d. , in PP 1538: 137.
ANARCHISM, NEGATIVITY OF, PP 1125.ANARCHISM, PP 3, 7/8, 15, 29, 55, 57 – 60, 64 – 65, 107 – 134, 167, 176, 186/88, 198, 203, 208, 210/11, 218, 222/3, 225, 229/31, 239, 240, 243/4, 247-273, 280 – 287, 289, 291, 293, 300, 301, 313/18, 332, 336, 338, 340, 346, 349, 357 – 359, 364, 369, 373 – 375, 377, 383, 385/6, 391/2, 410, 412, 416, 418/19P305, 421, 424, 426, 428ff: (S.4731 & 4738), 484, 490, 506, 509, 511 – 514, 524, 526, 533/4, 536 – 539, 542/3, 546, 548/49, 555, 561 – 563, 567, 584, 589/90, 604, 606, 607, 610, 612, 618, 620/22, 632/3, 634, 637, 642, 648, 657, 667, 669, 679, 687, 688, 696/97, 706, 709, 724, 727, 729/30, 735 -737, 740, 743, 771, 786, 788, 806 – 809, 811, 815, 819, 824/26, 828, 852, 861, 871 – 879, 882, 890, 894 – 897, 901/2, 906, 912, 914, 916, 921, 925, 930, 936, 955, 957, 959 – 962, 966, 968/69, 975, 980/1, 987/8, 990, 997 – 1000, 1002, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1011, 1015, 1018 – 1021, 1027/29, 1031, 1034, 1037, 1041, 1044, 1050/51, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 67), 1064, 1066 – 1069, 1074, 1092, 1098/9, 1101/02, 1109, 1111, 1113, 1123, 1125, 1127/28, 1129, 1134, 1140 – 1142, 1144, 1150 – 1158, 1162/63, 1165, 1169, 1170. ON PANARCHY, issues I – XVII are in: 505 – 507, 510, 554, 585, 671/2, 689, 755, 832/3, 869, 870, 879, 901, 1051. See INDIVIDUALIST ANARCHISM, COMMUNIST ANARCHISM, TOLSTOY, INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, LIBERTARIANISM, MACKAY, SOLNEMAN, STIRNER, SYNDICALISM, TUCKER, VOLUNTARYISM, WATNER, ETC.
ANARCHISM, See: ANARCHISME ET NON-VIOLENCE, Beaumont, Jan.-Mars 1972, 48pp: 88, in PP 1474.
ANARCHISM, See: ANARQUILLO, ANDRES, Freiwirtschaft und Anarchismus, 3 S.: 52, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: ARMAND, EMILE, Die zukuenftige Gesellschaft, 6 S.: 100, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: BAD BROADSIDES, in PP 1452. – HOSPERS, JOHN, Anarchy or Limited Government? 1976, 24pp, 117, in PP 1452. – Both – but each only for its supporters! – J.Z.
ANARCHISM, See: BERNATZIK, Prof. Dr., Der Anarchismus, eine akademische Antrittsrede, 1894, Wiener Universitaet, von Schmoller’s Jahrbuch, XIX 1, 20 S., in PP 1219.
ANARCHISM, See: BOHLAND, BRAD, New Age Anarchism, 3pp: 169, in PP 1455.
ANARCHISM, See: BUHLE, PAUL, The Road to Freedom: Anarchism in the Twenties, 6pp: 20, in PP 1501.
ANARCHISM, See: CARDELL, ROBERT, Networking, A New Perspective on the Computer Revolution, 2pp, with The Anarchist’s Guide to the Internet, part 1, in PP 1191. See: EHRLICH, CAROL & HOWARD. See: PP 1189. See: Tucker, Benjamin R. See: Kick It Over. See: PRACTICAL ANARCHY, No. 5, Summer 1992 & No. 6, Winter 1993, 42pp, in PP 1191. See: ON PANARCY. See: CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Anarchism & Justice, 8pp: 433. Parts VI-VII, 11pp: 460; VIII: 6pp: 532; IX: 16pp: 577, in PP 1457/62. See: COOKE, ROBERT, Who Is an Anarchist? 6pp, 1979, copyrighted: 118, in PP 501.
ANARCHISM, See: EDWARDS, MORGAN, Maculate Origins: Themes of Failure and Success in American Anarchism, 16pp: 167, in PP 501.
ANARCHISM, See: ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Permanent Protest: Is it Anarchism? 7pp: 53, in PP 1465. – PARKER, S.E., In Defence of Social Pessimism, 2pp: 59, in PP 1465, in reply to Francis Ellingham.
ANARCHISM, See: FERRARO, D., Anarchism in Greek Philosophy, 3pp: 4, in PP 1471.
ANARCHISM, See: FISHER, DAVID, Anarchism and National Liberation, 10pp: 58, in PP 1481.
ANARCHISM, See: FOCAL POINT SUPPLEMENT, in PP 25.
ANARCHISM, See: GAMBONE, LARRY, What Is Anarchism? 2pp: 297, in PP 1454.
ANARCHISM, See: HEALEY, CHADWYCK, Anarchism, Radical Pamphlets in American Collections, 4pp leaflet,in PP 1471 of this offer, on microfiche, probably the largest anarchist publishing effort ever.
ANARCHISM, See: Individualist Anarchism – PARKER, S.E., Review of: ROBINSON, JEFF, Anarchism & Modern Society, a pamphlet published by Parker, 1p: 47, in PP 1465.
ANARCHISM, See: JEWISH ANARCHIST COMMITTEE, We Want Freedom for All, 5pp: 10, in PP 1502. – But not ALL want FULL freedom. Let them have the degrees of freedom and also of “unfreedom” that they do want for themselves – as long as they can stand them! – PIOT, J.Z., 26.5.98.
ANARCHISM, See: KLEMM, ULRICH, Der Freiheitsbegriff im Anarchismus – Versuch einer Annaeherung, 6 S.: 67, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: KLINE, WM. GARY, The Individualist Anarchists, A Critique of Liberalism, 1987, indexed & with bibliography,121pp: 1, in PP 1524. – Hans G. Helm’s bibliography of writings by and on Stirner, in his “Die Ideologie der anonymen Gesellschaft” comes already to 91pp. A complete bibliography of all individualist anarchist writings would, probably, come to over 1,000pp. Thus only some of the major individualist anarchist writings are dealt with and can be dealt with in this short dissertation. However, since all too little is in print on individualist anarchism and so much depends upon it, this is available contribution. Author or publisher should THEMSELVES make it easily and cheaply accessible, on microfiche, etc. They could do so at a VERY small expense. In most bookshops and libraries it is presently invisible. – J.Z.
ANARCHISM, See: KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Repressionen gegen italienische AnarchistInnen, 1 S.: 112, in PP 1456.ANARCHISM, See: MARTIN, BRIAN, Ten Areas for Anarchist Initiatives, 2pp: 20, in PP 1481. ANARCHISM, See: MATTIAS, ENNIO, Scritti per l’Anarchia, 1975, 40pp: 120, in PP 1501.
ANARCHISM, See: NEFF, RONN, A Note on Machan’s Anarchism, 2pp: 399, in PP 1457/62.
ANARCHISM, See: OTTO, THOMAS, Der Blick in die Tiefen des eigenen ICH: Plaedoyer fuer einen “Spirituellen Individual-Anarchismus”, 2 S.: 20, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: PLIVIER, THEODOR, Anarchie, 1919, 3 S.: 98, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: READ, HERBERT, The Paradox of Anarchism, in PP 1447/49.
ANARCHISM, See: SENFT, GERHARD, in PP 1456.
ANARCHISM, See: SPARROW, ROB, Anarchist Politics & Direct Action, 9pp: 52, in PP 1481.
ANARCHISM, See: TOBIN, RONALD D., Pluralism in Anarchism, 3pp: 32, in PP1466/67.
ANARCHISM, See: WALTER, NICOLAS, Betrifft: Anarchismus, 1969-1978, 80 S., einschliesslich 2 S. ueber den LIBERTAD VERLAG: 128, in PP 1455.
ANARCHISM, See: WOLFF, ROBERT PAUL, In Defence of Anarchism, review by Edwin G. Dolan, 2pp: 421, in PP 1457/62.
ANARCHISM, THE PARADOX OF, PP 539.
ANARCHISME ET NON-VIOLENCE, Beaumont, Jan.-Mars 1972, 48pp: 88, in PP 1474.
ANARCHISMO 43, Gabriella, Libreria Underground, Catania, Edizioni Anarchismo, 5pp, 29x, in PP 727.
ANARCHISMUS, See: ESPERO, TIMM, UWE, ZUBE, KURT;
ANARCHIST AGE MONTHLY REVIEW, Parkville, incomplete, Nos. 46 (Oct. 94) – 53 (May 95) & 55 (July 95) – 57 (Sep. 95), 400pp, in PP 471/472. It includes THE ANARCHIST WEEKLY REVIEW, Nos. 114 – 146 & nos. 151 – 163. AAMR No. 54, June 95, with AAWRs 147-150, 36pp, in PP 473. – Stands by its own definition of anarchism and ignores all others. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST AGE WEEKLY REVIEW, Parkville, Vic, Nos. 41 (22 March 93), & Nos. 114 (29 Aug. 94) – 160 (31 July 95), 208pp, in PP 470. AAWR, Nos. 161 (7 Aug. 95) – 167 (24 Sep. 95) & No. 169(2-8 Oct. 95), 36pp, in PP 473. – It follows its particular anarchist line, all too faithfully and exclusively, as if it were the only possible, desirable and rightful one. A common failing of all too many ideological groups and publications. Most anarchists, too, think in terms of exclusive territorialism, though mostly on a decentralized scale and if they consider tolerance for dissenters then this extends only to anarchists, not statists or libertarian mini-government advocates or propertarians or free marketeers. In other words, their panarchistic education leaves much to be desired. However, they are far from being alone in this. Even the voluntarists are so conditioned by territorialist thinking that they often cannot approve of “competing governments” and associations, because they assume that a government must always be territorial and consequently monopolistic and intolerant. – So far we did largely get the State models we deserved for the ideas in most heads. – J.Z., 8.6.98.
ANARCHIST AGE, THE, formerly the LIBERTARIAN WORKERS BULLETIN, No. 1, 7/89, 40pp, with a 5pp international address list, in PP 894. No. 2, Dec. 90, 48pp, in PP 1166. I have not seen a 3rd. No. Instead, there seem to be only some short newsletters coming out from this source now. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST AGE, THE, International Resurgence of Anarchism, a 9pp address list, from the latest Australian anarchist magazine publishing attempt, July 89, 29x, in PP 872.
ANARCHIST AGE, THE, Melbourne, No. 2, Dec. 1990, 48pp, in PP 1166. Contains a 4pp international guide to anarchist publications.
ANARCHIST ALLIANCE OF AOTEAROA, How to Read Donald Duck, n.d., 16pp, in PP 1417: 27. – More on the kind of “anarchism” that I do not like at all. The author offers advice on Mescalin production, i.e. on how to muddle one’s head even further! With such friends – who needs enemies? – J.Z.
ANARCHIST ALLIANCE OF AOTEAROA, Is A Free Society Possible? 8pp, n.d., 29x, in PP 877.
ANARCHIST APPEAL FOR HELP FROM JAPAN: A 1996 appeal from Japan to help some anarchist accused of 2 homicides. 1p, in PP 1393: 120. – This is reproduced only because it is typical for many such appeals. If anarchists responded or tried to respond to all of them, then all their time, energy and resources could be poured into such efforts. Whoever more or less confronts “the State” (often those, who do appeal to us, did rather confront not the State but the individual property rights of others) does have to expect to suffer some losses. – I do not automatically assume that all such accusations against “anarchists” are automatically wrong and that all anarchists are innocent and merely framed by the police and courts. Nor do I believe that all criminals with victims, who now call themselves anarchists, ought therefore to be helped by other anarchists. – How many more or less innocent people are daily killed by territorial States? Are the losses among anarchists really much larger? – Moreover, should we ignore the rights of the victims of “anarchist” criminals? – I think that there is not case for anarchists to indiscriminately support all “prisoners” or even all those only who do claim to be anarchists. One should choose one’s friends allies very carefully and only upon close enough acquaintance, not upon demands for “solidarity” with all who claim to be members of the same movement and quite regardless of their actions and whether their actions had victims or not. – J.Z., 8.6.98.
ANARCHIST ARCHIVES PROJECT, by Jerry Kaplan, with 1994 list of collection, 61pp, in PP 1190. – More such lists of literature collected by Jerry will follow and some anarchist titles, from photocopies that he has recently sent to me. – J.Z., 8.6.98.
ANARCHIST ARCHIVES, See: AGORA, Informations libertaires internationales, no. 1, printemps 1980: Reise durch die “Anarchive”, 3 S., ueber anarchistische Archive in Mailand, Barcelona, Amsterdam, mit Liste von 9 solchen Addressen: 82, in PP 1502.
ANARCHIST ASSOCIATION OF THE AMERICAS, 1p listing, 42x, in PP 637.
ANARCHIST BLACK CROSS, Chicago, July & Oct. 72, 36pp, in PP 1270.
ANARCHIST BOMB PLOTTERS & THROWERS, 1087. Compare Assassinations, Tyrannicide, Collective Responsibility, Nonviolence.
ANARCHIST CENTENARY FESTIVAL, Melbourne 1986, 2pp leaflet, in PP 786. I offered to microfiche their papers, free of charge, but did not receive any filmable ones. The same happened at the 95 Visions of Freedom conference in Sydney. They are so radical innovators that they for decades considered only printing on paper as publishing. Now they added another mass medium, the Internet, for their exclusive attention. Still needed: a proper survey of the pro and con of ALL media, especially for self-publishers who have to keep costs low. – J.Z., 8.6.98.
ANARCHIST COMMUNICATIONS, BERLIN MEETING, 20. 9.90, Report, 6pp, in PP 1170. Does it surprise you that two publishers, who have probably reproduced more anarchist material than anyone else, Chadwyck Healey and LMP, and their medium, microfiche, were not even mentioned? Like most libertarians, they are oh!, so well informed! on their options and so free of prejudices! Anyone can wish and dream, but that is certainly not enough. J.Z.
ANARCHIST COMMUNIST FEDERATION, Basic Bakunin, 1993 P.A.C. Reprint, 16pp: 99, in PP 1493.
ANARCHIST CONFERENCES, Amsterdam, August 24-31, 1907, resolutions, 13pp, in PP 957. Amsterdam 1907/8: PP 349 & 606/7; Venetia, 1984: 668; Paris, 1945: 877, Carrara 1978: 896, London, 1958: 966. Holland, 1986: 877. First International Symposium on Anarchism, Lewis & Clark College, Protland, Oregon, 1980, some papers, in PP 606/07. My offer at the Anarchist Centennial Festival & Conference, Melbourne, 1986, with over 80 events, to microfilm all their anarchist papers, free of charge to them, got no submissions at all, apart from Bob James’ permission to reproduce his booklets. Most of these chaoists would rather have their papers remain unpublished than have them, at least for the time being, available only on microfiche. Even when the microfiche publishing is, as usual for LMP, on a non-exclusive and revocable basis. What kind of a message are they thereby sending? J.Z. See Anarchist Gathering & Anarchist Survival Gathering, Anti-Staats-Tage. See also Libertarian Conferences, ISIL.
ANARCHIST CONFERENCES, See: FOCAL POINT SUPPLEMENT, Thunder in the Midwest: Anarchism In America’s Heartland, A Symposium, Jan. 18 & 19, 1980, 7pp prospectus only, in PP 25.
ANARCHIST CONFERENCES, See: VENEZIA 1984, FACULTA DI ARCHITETTURA, Authoritarian Tendencies and Libertarian Tensions in Contemporary Societies, 6pp leaflet on the international conference: 128, in PP 1503. – VISIONS OF FREEDOM & VERSIONS OF FREEDOM.
ANARCHIST COOKBOOK, review, in 1052-61. Some people’s brains seem to be cooked. They are obsessed with means, any means, while forgetting their ends and the consequences of their actions. I’d prefer a real cookbook. – Meaningful experiments among volunteers are one thing, so are genuine self-defence or avoidance or enlightenment efforts, while “propaganda” by “deeds” against dissenters, often causing quite innocent victims, are another and often quite rightly condemned as mere terrorism. – J.Z., 8.6.98.
ANARCHIST ENCYCLOPAEDIA, THE, See: Frank Mintz, Self Management, & BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Integral Education, four essays from EGALITE, Geneva, between July & August 1869, 11 pp, in PP 1235.
ANARCHIST ENCYCLOPEDIA, in Spanish, first 2 volumes of a translation of S. Faure’s French encyclopedia of the 30s, 883-888. I do not know as yet whether this printed edition has been or is being continued. English and German anarchists – and others, have not bothered as yet, to produce a comparable, i.e., multi-volume anarchist encyclopaedia. Nor have libertarians. WHY? Microfiche have room for them and are affordable! – J.Z.
ANARCHIST FAQ, Version 7.6, 23.4.99, in PP 1543/45, 692pp. – An earlier and shorter version was reproduced in PP 1541/42, together with The Anarchist Theory FAQ by Bryan Kaplan seems to have stimulated this long and left-anarchist version in an attempt, vain in my opinion, to refute it and to state left anarchism positively. If this discussion is kept going, from all sides, then we might soon arrive at something like an anarchist encyclopaedia, one that is open to all kinds of anarchist views. See my notes on sheet 86.
ANARCHIST GATHERING, An, Oct. 24-26, 1975, E.F. Waite Community Center, here only 7pp of the prospectus, in PP 987.
ANARCHIST LEAFLETS AND SHORT ARTICLES, various authors, 11 in all, 21pp, by S.E. Parker, M. Canipa, CLM, “Arena”, Geoffrey Scott, Jeff Robinson, Rudyard Kipling, Sydney Anarchist, Andre Spies and Ross Gittins. (To avoid a slander suit: The latter only favours a free market for heroin.) 29x, in PP 563. (At that stage, I was not game to list all these minor contributions, in many of the LMP fiche, in details. J.Z.)
ANARCHIST LIBRARIANS WEB, Home Page, 3pp, 1998, in PP 1538: 185.
ANARCHIST LINKS, compiled by WENDELL, MARKUS, n.d., 8pp, in PP 1541/42: 403. – I wish that Markus had mentioned how many pages they do offer, how many shortened titles and how many complete ones. – Anyhow, it is a start of an overview. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST LMP LIST, 647 (48x), 657 (29x). Not yet updated for lated issues. But all later titles are in this listing and many are hinted at, by PP No. under “Anarchism”, above.
ANARCHIST MAGAZINES, PP 36/37, 56, 64, 65, 111 – 134, 243, 349, 373-375, 608, 615, 646, 648, 650 – 653, 727, 728, 730, 731, 738, 740, 786, 877, 880 – 882, 889/90, 893, 895, 902, 914 – 916, 923, 931, 967, 980, 998, 1007, 1034, 1086, 1109/10, 1134, 1142, 1151, 1153, 1161/2, 1165, 1166, 1170. – Later ones are not yet added. – “Peace Plans” is not just one magazine but many.
ANARCHIST MEDIA INSTITUE, Debt Elimination Appeal, 1p, in PP 474. – It would hardly be in debt if it had taken the micrographic road to liberty. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST MEDIA INSTITUTE, Melbourne, 1997 leaflet, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 186.
ANARCHIST MEDIA INSTITUTE, Parkville, circular, 26.8.89, 2pp, in PP 1298.
ANARCHIST MEN’S MOVEMENT, Flyer, 1p, from Visions of Freedom, in PP 474.
ANARCHIST MICROFILMS, Titles Supplied by Other Microfilm Publishers than LMP, 61pp, August 1968, in PP 1512: 68-128.
ANARCHIST NET NEWS : (A) NET NEWS, Jan. 1995, from the anarchist computer network, 4pp, in PP 471/472p407. ANARCHIST NETWORK NEWSLETTER, March 90, 6pp, in PP 471/472p401.ANARCHIST NETWORK NEWSLETTER, THE, Brunswick, Vic., Nov. 92, 8pp, in PP 1236. Does it still appear?
ANARCHIST ORGANIZATION AND STRATEGY GATHERING, Melbourne circular of 20 Aug. 89, 2pp; meeting held 17.9.89, 5pp; circular 15.10.89, 2pp; circulars 12.11.89, 10.12.89, 11.3.90, 15pp, with a note by John Zube, in PP 1298.
ANARCHIST PAMPHLET COLLECTION ON MICROFICHE, Anarchist Pamphlets, 1830-1935, part 1 of Radical Pamphlets in American Collections. Most of the over 2,000 titles offered by CHADWYCK HEALEY on 2601 microfiche. Here confined to a list of titles supplied by the LABADIE COLLECTION in 1985. transcribed & alphabetized by John Zube, August 1998, 67pp, in PP 1512: 1- 67. – From Labadie and Paul Avrich Collections, leaflet only, 6pp, in PP 497/498. – I do seek a copy of their complete catalog on paper. They have copyrighted this sales catalog and made it scarce! – J.Z.
ANARCHIST RESOURCES INCORPORATED NEWSLETTER, including JURA NEWS, Petersham, edition 4, November 1997, 2pp: 208-209, in PP1466/67.
ANARCHIST RESOURCES INCORPORATED, NEWSLETTER, including JURA NEWS, Ed. 2, July 1997, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 561. – I wish they would make the most out of that very promising name. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST SMALL PRESSES & LITTLE MAGAZINES, From the archives of THE MEMORY HOLE, 2pp, n.d., in PP 1535: 143. – To me many of these addresses are very dated or defunct, nor does a 2pp listing do justice to these ever changing and mostly only short-lived multitudes, usually fast o.o.p. and rarely ever reprinted in conventional or unconventional ways. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST SURVIVAL GATHERING, An Anarchist Unconvention, July 1-4, 1988, Toronto, A Guide to the Gathering, 29pp, 29x, in PP 877. Only material on this conference that I have on hand. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST THEORY FAQ, CAPLAN, BRYAN, Anarchist Theory FAQ or Instead of a FAQ, by a Man too Busy to Write one, version 5.2, 33pp, in PP 1541/42. – This one is by an individualist and free marketeer. Thus it raised a hue and cry among the communist and socialist anarchists who believe that they have refuted him. I don’t agree. I like what I have seen of his output, so far, and have reproduced it here, assuming his consent, since he has already offered it free of charge to ca. 120 million Internet users. – J.Z.
ANARCHIST THOUGHTS, 1p leaflet (Thoreau, Paine, Lincoln, Jefferson, Emerson ), published by JOE LABADIE, in PP 1393: 52.
ANARCHIST VIDEO GROUP, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.
ANARCHIST YEARBOOK 1995, Periodicals, Publishers, Organizations, Bookshops (London), etc., 5th ed., 7pp, in PP 1538: 153.
ANARCHIST, Sydney, No. 4, Sep. 1971, 13pp: 135, in PP 1501.
ANARCHIST, Sydney, Published by Sydney Anarchists, Sept. 1971, No. 14pp, in PP 1512: 160-173
ANARCHIST, THE, Brisbane, Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1995, 44pp, in PP 473. Anarchist/Limited Government Controversy, 1p: 599, in PP 1457/62. – MACHAN, TIBOR R., Archy & Anarchy. The State of the Debate, 1972, 2pp: 638, in PP 1457/62. – MYERS, DAVID MICHAEL, Letter, re: Archy & Anarchy: The state of the debate, by TIBOR R. MACHAN, 1972, 1p: 668, in PP 1457/62. – HALL, NATALEE & AUREOUS, SKYE D’, Letter, Archy vs. Anarchy: The economic factor, 1p: 699, in PP 1457/62.
ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE, 1 – 34, LIBERTAD VERLAG, Berlin, in 4 microfiche: PP 1154 – 1157. Contents is listed separately by authors.
ANARCHISTISCHES DOKUMENTATIONSZENTRUM, ADZ, Wetzlar, Press Release, 4pp, 29x, in PP 488. It is supposedly relocated, somewhere near Aachen. I had no direct contact with Horst Stowasser, his library and archive since 1986. – J.Z.
ANARCHO FEMINISM, See: SIREN + FEMINISM.
ANARCHO NOTES, Aug. 30, 1971, 1p from Bob Shea, here as Melvin Van Peebles, in PP 479.
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM vs. LIMITED GOVERNMENT, PP 1028/29, 1170.
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM, PP 696, see FREE MARKET ANARCHISM.
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM, REVOLUTIONARY, PP 369.
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM, See: BIRCH, PAUL, A Fatal Instability in
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM, See: BIRCH, PAUL, Anarcho-Capitalism Dissolves into City States, LEGAL NOTES No. 28, 4pp: 43, in PP 1487. – Some have still a long way to go before they will sufficiently understand either anarchism, capitalism or the State. – A conventionally trained legal mind does not help in understanding these ideas and their practices. City States would dissolve, too, through individual secessionism and exterritorially autonomous communities of volunteers. See: ON PANARCHY. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
ANARCHO-CAPITALISM: CALLOWAY, HOWARD, A Short Critique of Anarcho-Capitalism, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 236.
Anarcho-Capitalism? The Problem of what Happens to the Restitution Ratio, LEGAL NOTES No. 27, 4pp: 39, in PP 1487.
ANARCHO-FAMILIST MOVEMENT, in PP 1373/75: 17-19.
ANARCHO-LIBERTARIANISM: MULLEN, PATRICK, The Non Sequitur of Anarcho-Libertarianism, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 76. – BACANSKAS,
ANARCHOLL, Number 5, Maj-Czerwiec-Lipiec 1990, Warszawa, Pismo Autonomicznej Grupy Anarchisyscznej, 20pp,, in PP 497/498.
ANARCHOS, No. 1, Feb. 1968, N.Y., 44pp, in PP 980.
ANARCHO-SYNDICALISM, PP 634, 1164, see SYNDICALISM.
ANARCHO-SYNDICALISM, Sydney, 2p leaflet, 29x, in PP 724.
ANARCHO-SYNDICALIST FEDERATION, (MELBOURNE) INTERNATIONAL WORKERS’ ASSOCIATION, To the Daring Belongs the Future, Anarchist Achievements in the Spanish Revolution, 1986, 36pp: 83, in PP 1483. – Caesar, Mussolini, Lenin, Stalin, Franco, Hitler, Mao, Castro, Idi Amin, etc., etc., thought so, too! – Contains contributions by Souchy, Leval, Goldman, CNT, Ackelsberg, Kaplan et al. Much of it is in Spanish. Since these enthusiasts for these events have not always bothered to supply clearly legible print, why should I labour hard to make up for their deficiencies? Over 3,000 books have been published on this civil war and quite a few of them are accessible through anarchist book services. Many others do probably still exist somewhere, as unpublished manuscripts. – J.Z. 20.5.98. – For a critical review of this Civil War see Bryan Caplan’s essays.
ANARCHY OR AUTHORITY? PP 957 (Wilhelm MARR, 1852, in German.)
ANARCHY REVISISTED, 1 page of typically misinformed and misinforming journalism from TIME, May 24, 1968, in PP 987.
ANARCHY SAMPLES ((A) Samples), III Publishing, S.F., CA, n.d., 28pp, with articles by Bill Meyers, J.G. Eccarius, Pickles McGurk and Anon, in PP 1258.
ANARCHY, A Journal of Desire Armed, issue # 19, May-July 1989, 32 pp, reduced: “Disarm Authority! Arm Your Desires! Special issue on children’s sexuality.” (I can only hope that the interesting last article, favouring or tolerating sexual experiments AMONG children, is not taken as an excuse among paedophiles to practise THEIR sexuality UPON children! J.Z.) In PP 895. – Winter 1992, review by EUGENIA LOVELACE, 1p: 723, in PP 1484/85.
ANARCHY, ANARCHY MAGAZINE, 95 West Green Road, London N 15, n.d., no series numbering, 36pp, only issue on hand. This issue compiled by Friends of Malatesta, in Buffalo, N.Y., in PP 1151.
ANARCHY, London, No. 3: The Acid Issue, n.d., 36pp: 73, in PP 1482.
ANARCHY, See: CAPON, ELLIOTT, The Trouble With Anarchy, I, 1p:37; II, 1p, in PP 1311: 44; III, 1p:52; IV, 1p:58; V, 1p:64; VI, 1p:70. – & FOWLE, DAVID ALLYN, Rebuttal of “The Trouble with Anarchy” – Part III, 1p, in PP 1311: 63. – SCHNEIDER, STEVEN J., Rebuttal of “The Trouble with Anarchy” – Part V, 1p: 77. –
ANARCHY: ERNSBERGER, DON, Limited Government – Anarchy: A Synthesis, 4pp, in PP 1409/10: 172. – On Rand, Child, competing government.
ANARES BIBLIOGRAPHIE, 1988/89, Lieferbare anarchistische Buecher, 1988, Edition Anares, Bern, 95 S., in PP 923. – Bibliography of anarchist books in print in Germany.
ANARES VERSAND, 1/91, Bern, 6 S., in PP 1417: 43.
ANARES VIDEO-ARCHIV, Baenderverzeichnis, 1986, 2 S., 29x, in PP 729.
ANARES, Auslieferungsverzeichnis 1995, 16 S.: 110, in PP 1503.
ANARQUILLO, ANDRES, Freiwirtschaft und Anarchismus, 3 S.: 52, in PP 1456.
ANARRES BOOKS CATALOG, Summer 1997/98, 12pp: 127, in PP 1505.
ANARRES BOOKS, East Brunswick, Melbourne, Catalog 5/95, 12pp, in PP 467: 119, Selection of its Books, 3pp, in PP 474. See: Literature Lists, Bibliographies.
ANASHKIN, G. and BABIN, N., “Freedom of the Individual in the USSR” (A Soviet propaganda tract! J.Z.), 92 pp, 29x, in PP 622.
ANDELSON, Robert V., Critics of Henry George, 1979, cover sheet and contents listing ONLY, 4pp, 29x, in PP 700. – If I could get my usual request: non-exclusive and revocable microfiche reproduction permission, I would film that book, too. The criticism by Mallock and Preuss has been published in this series, too. However, there were many other critics and they ought to become anthologized or published separately and permanently as well. – Let a 1,000 flowers bloom – among the land reformers as well and let none of them coercively take over the field. – J.Z.
ANDELSON, Robert V., Neo-Georgism: A Panel Discussion, 1982, led by Prof. A., 8pp, 48x, in PP 626.
ANDELSON, ROBERT V., The Earth Is the Lord’s, 1979, 5pp, 36x, in PP 381. (In this age! J.Z.)
ANDELSON, ROBERT V., Who Are We? What Do We Stand For? 1979, 7pp, 36x, in PP 381. – Georgist. After more than 100 years, they ought to know. – J.Z.
ANDERSEN, ALFRED F., Toward a Humane and Just Economic/Political Order, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 467. – Voluntaristic.
ANDERSEN, NORM, China at the Crossroads, 3pp, in ASSOCIATION BULLETIN, March-April 88, in PP 1215.
ANDERSEN, RICHARD, Merit Pay: Not the Answer, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1337. – Let the merit of work be decided by the consumers in a free market, with industrial and agricultural employers and traders acting as competing agents for them. – J.Z.
ANDERSON KENNEDY, ALFRED, Marco Polo on Money, THE FREEMAN, Dec. 77, 5pp, in PP 806.
ANDERSON, ALEXIS J., The Formative Period of First Amendment Theory, 1870-1915, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY 24, Jan. 80, 56-75, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1169, headed: Early First Amendment Theory.
ANDERSON, BILL, Boom and Bust, 14pp: 354, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, BILL, Casualties of the War on Poverty, 12pp: 498, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, BILL, Deficits Are not the only Problem, 5pp: 333, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, BILL, Industrial Policy, 11pp: 598, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, BILL, Why Socialism Fails – Why Markets Survive, 13pp:466, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, C.W., Limited Goverment – A Moral Issue, 4pp, in PP 499.
ANDERSON, C.W., Limited Government – A Moral Issue? 1p, in PP 1151.
ANDERSON, CARLOTTA, All-American Anarchist, Joseph Labadie and the Labor Movement, 1991, 328pp, here only 1p leaflet, in PP1512: 206.
ANDERSON, CARLOTTA, All-American Anarchist, Joseph Labadie and the Labor Movement, Wayne State University Press, 1998, 328pp, 30illustrations, $ 34.95, here only introductory leafl., 1p: 867,in PP 1508/09. – Also in PP 1512: 206 & PP 1517: 125, as well as in PP 1522: 124.
ANDERSON, CARLOTTA, Joe Labadie, Detroit’s Gentle Anarchist, MICHIGAN HISTORY, July/August 86, 8pp, in PP 804. – Her book – length biography of J.L. is finally out in 1998!
ANDERSON, CARLOTTA: Jo Labadie, Detroit’s Gentle Anarchist, in PP 1393: 5.
ANDERSON, DON, Integration, Competition and the Australian Accounting Industry, 1984, 26pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.
ANDERSON, ERIC G., Gypsies of the Sky, 8pp on ballooning: 58, in PP 1506/07.
ANDERSON, JACK & MILES, PERRY, 10 human rights points from their 1971 work: A Constitution for a Moral Government, 48x, in PP 589/590. I tried in vain, often, to get the addresses of these authors for the reproduction of their book & follow-ups. – J.Z.
ANDERSON, JACK, & MILES, PERRY, A Constitution for a Moral Government, 1971, indexed, 192pp, in PP 1250. An objectivist project, already forgotten by or unknown to most. Here revived, at least on microfiche. Anyone knows the authors & their current address? I still seek all their follow-up brochures, possessing only one of them. – J.Z.
ANDERSON, MARTIN, An Economic Bill of Rights, 1984, 5 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
ANDERSON, NELS, The Hobo. The Sociology of the Homeless Man, 1923, 1961. Here only 2 chapters of interest to me: XV: The Soap Box and the Open Forum, 15pp and XVI: Social and Political Hobo Organization, 12pp, on I.W.W., in PP 1276.
ANDERSON, PATRICK L., Michigan in the Current Recovery: A Historical Perspective, 1986, 28pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
ANDERSON, POUL, The Shields of Time, Snipped from page 321 with one of his hints towards panarchism in PP 1540: 166.
ANDERSON, ROBERT G., Gold Is Legal, – But, THE FREEMAN, Jan. 75, 6pp, in PP 804.ANDERSON, ROBERT G., Private Ownership, 1p: 555, in PP 1529- 33.
ANDERSON, STEPHEN, Four Schemes to Make it – and Keep it, 9pp: 65, in PP 1506/07.
ANDERSON, TERRY L. & HILL, P.J., An American Experiment in Anarcho-Capitalism: The Not So Wild, Wild West, THE JOURNAL OF LIBERTARIAN STUDIES 2, no. 4, 1978, 9-29, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p788, headed: Market Protection of Property Rights.
ANDERSON, THOMAS C., Freedom as Supreme Value: The Ethics of Satre and de Beauvoir, Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 50, 1976, 60-71, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p404, headed: Freedom, Existentialism, and Innocent Victims.
ANDERSON, THOMAS S., Economics and Knowledge, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
ANDERTON, PAUL, Drug Abuse: Appearance, Reality and “Treatment”, 1986, LA Political Notes, No. 30, 4pp, 29x, in PP 697.
ANDERTON, PAUL, Education in Britain & How to Improve It, 1991, 11pp, LA Educational Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
ANDERTON, PAUL, Smoking, Health Risks and Free Choice, FOREST, 1989, 8pp, in PP 1191.
ANDERTON, PAUL, The Harm Done to Morality by the Idea of God, 1991, 7pp, LA Atheist Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
ANDRADE, D.A., An Anarchist Plan of Campaign, Nov. 1888, 9pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDRADE, D.A., Melbourne Anarchist Club Manifesto, May 1886, 1p, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDRADE, D.A., What Is Anarchy?, in LIBERTY, Boston, May 28, 1887, extract, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDRESKI, Stanislav, Communism and the Importation of Advanced Technology: The Case of Poland, 1986, LA Economic Notes, No. 5, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
ANDREW, WAYNE K., Human Freedom and the Science of Psychology, THE JOURNAL OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR No. 2, 1980, 271-289, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1682, headed: Human Freedom and Psychology.
ANDREW’S COURSE IN ANARCHY, 22pp, downloaded from the IN. No further details on the author were given, in PP 1539. – This is one of the few anarchist articles that contains a segment on panarchism. – J.Z.
ANDREWS, J.A., Anarchy letter to DAILY TELEGRAPH, ca. 1884, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244.ANDREWS, J.A., Authority, Law and the State, pamphlet, 1895, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., Handbook of Anarchy, 1884, 12pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., Invicta Spes (Unconquerable Hope), THE BULLETIN, Oct. 12, 1895, 1p, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., Let Us Increase Our Exports, REASON, March 1896, 2pp, 24x in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., On Decision Making, probably 1896, 3pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., Reason and the Social Question, REASON, Jan. 1896, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., State Education, in THE AUSTRALIAN RADICAL, June 1889, 2pp, 24x in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., The Handbook of Anarchy, 1894, 1978, edited and introduced by Bob James, 1986, 19pp, 36x, in PP 771.
ANDREWS, J.A., The Single Tax, in THE AUSTRALIAN RADICAL, April 1890, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., The Social Question is not a “Class Question”, 5pp, from REASON, March 1896, 24x, in PP 244.
ANDREWS, J.A., What Is Communism? and other Anarchist essays, on 1889 Melbourne, edited and introduced by Bob James, 190pp, 29x, in PP 525.
ANDREWS, JOHN K., Centre for Constructive Alternatives, 2pp 1984 leaflet, in PP 891.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, A 7pp reply to a 10pp review of EQUITABLE COMMERCE by Josiah Warren, in the N.Y. TRIBUNE, 24x, in PP 222.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, DIE WISSENSCHAFT VON DER GESELLSCHAFT: a) Die rechte Verfassung der Gesellschaft – die Souveraenitaet des Individuums – als die letzte Entwicklung des Protestantismus, der Demokratie und des Sozialismus, b) Das Kostenprinzip – eine wissenschaftliche Massregel der Redlichkeit im Handel – als ein Prinzip zur Loesung des sozialen Problems. Nach der Uebersetzung von Mathilde Kriege, herausgegeben (und verkuerzt !) von Wilhelm Russbuelt, 1904, 198pp, 29x, in PP 359.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, HORACE GREELEY AND VICTOR YARROS, Love, Marriage, and Divorce, and the Sovereignty of the Individual, a discussion, in LIBERTY, Nos. 119ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, PP 222, 806, see also under STERN: The Pantarch: PP 1169.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, Preface to Josiah Warren’s EQUITABLE COMMERCE, 4pp, 1852, 24x in PP 223.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, Review of Thaddeus B. Wakeman, An Epitome of the Positive Philosophy and Religion, explanatory of the Society of Humanity in the City of New York, together with the Constitution and Regulations of that Society; to which is added an important letter of Harriet Martineau, in regard to her religious convictions, published by the Society of Humanity, N.Y., 1877, 60pp. Review has 5pp, 29x, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, in PP 373-375. (On American positivism and comparing Comte with Spencer. J.Z.)
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, see STERN, MADELAINE B., The Pantarch, A Biography of Stephen Pearl Andrews, U. of Texas Press, 1968, indexed, with extensive bibliography, 218pp, in PP 1169.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, The Labor Dollar, 21pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, The Last Straw Laid upon Mr. Tucker’s Authoritative Back, 1p letter, together with some letters by others on the Tucker vs. TRUTH exchange, 2pp, 29x, in PP 247.
ANDREWS, STEPHEN PEARL, THE SCIENCE OF SOCIETY, 1848, 1888, 221pp, 24x, pp 222. Part I: The True Constitution of Government in the Sovereignty of the Individual as the Final Development of Protestantism, Democracy and Socialism, Part II: Cost the Limit of Price : A Scientific Measure of Honesty in Trade as one of the Fundamental Principles in the Solution of the Social Problem, also in: LIBERTY, Nos.88ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.
ANDREWS, STUART, John Priestley and American Independence, HISTORY TODAY 29, April 79, 221-229, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p894, headed: Priestley and Liberty.
ANGELL, IAN, The Information Revolution and the Death of the Nation State, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 149. – Before the territorial nation state is really abolished it is going to kill millions more people. That is its very nature. War is the health of this kind of State or “society”. – J.Z., 30.9.97.
ANGLIN, JOHN, On Locke’s State of Nature, POLITICAL STUDIES, UK, 26, 1978, 78-90, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p377, headed: Natural Law and the State of Nature.
ANGOLA: SAVIMBI, JONAS, Don’t sacrifice Angola on the Altar of Socialism, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 173.
ANGOLA PEACE MONITOR, Promoting National Reconciliation in Angola, IFF, II/10, III/2-7, Dec. 90 – Oct. 91, incomplete, in PP 1,002.
ANGOLA, UNITA, PP 698. According to later reports, great wrongs on both sides seem to continue. And that with the model of religious liberty and tolerance known for hundreds of years and so obviously needed and rightful in the political, economic and social sphere, too! J.Z.
ANIMAL LIBERTATION, Sydney, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 423. See also: 403, 418/19p76, 1001,
ANIMAL RIGHTS, Responsible Research, 821, 1001.
ANIMAL RIGHTS, See: LIVE AND LET LIVE, e.g. in PP 1315.
ANIMAL RIGHTS, See: PATROUGH, JOEL, Legal Rights for Germs? Class Action Suit Stirs Turmoil among all Sentient Life Forms, 2pp send-up from ANALOG, 11/77.
ANIMAL RIGHTS, see: SAPOLSKY, HARVEY M., Bringing Research Out of the Closet, a 1p article of an animal rights reformer. In PP 1,001. Ibid also a 1p article by Jack Meyers. – I am still a “human rights first” advocate. The natural rights of other living beings, that are not rational, are, in my opinion, confined to not being killed unnecessarily and to not being treated cruelly. When all individual rights of rational beings and natural rights of human beings are largely realized on this planet, then I might show some more interest in “animal rights”, at least those which are better defined than they were so far. – J.Z.
ANIMAL RIGHTS: LIBERTARIANS FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 129.
ANIMAL WORSHIP, ORIGIN OF, PP 829.
ANNALES, May/June 79, 425-437, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p806, headed: The Uses of Political Myth. ANNALS FOR COLLECTIVE AND COOPERATIVE ECONOMY, ed. by Prof. Edgard Milhaud, contained, in the thirties, his own and the monetary freedom writings of the German School, in several languages, at least in French, German, English, possibly also in Italian and Spanish. See, in the main list of LMP, in PP 1278, under MILHAUD, BECKERATH, RITTERSHAUSEN, ZANDER.
ANNALS OF COLLECTIVE ECONOMY, ed. by Prof. Edgard Milhaud, English Edition of Vol. 10, 1934, from the 1968 reprint, 402pp, 36x, in PP 769.
ANNALS OF COLLECTIVE ECONOMY, vol. 12, 1936, 1968, first 305pp, containing MILHAUD’s book : Organized Compensatory Trading, 29x, in PP 770. Why organize expensive international trade conferences when you need only consult the writings of Milhaud, Beckerath & Rittershausen on how to achieve free trade even through unilateral action, through financial, monetary and clearing freedom, without government assistance or hindrance? The feared international competitor would then first appear as a huge buyer for one’s exports. – J.Z.
ANNARRES BOOKS CATALOG, Winter 1996, 12pp, in PP 1369/70: 267.
ANNEXATION OF BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, 1908, in PP 1023.
ANON., MOVING IN ON SOLAR, 5pp, 1979: 26, in PP 1514.
ANONOYMOUS, A Thousand July’s, on riots in the U.K., of Summer 81, 60pp, published by B.M. Blob, London. Filmed through Richard Gaska, Erie, and not very well. The author was apparently very pleased with the riots. Need I say more? One of my less appreciated swap deals. $ 1 on one fiche. – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Does Hugging on TV Cause Violence? 2pp, n.d., in PP1534: 144.
ANONYMOUS, Land of the Free? A Visitor from the Past, n.d., 1p, in PP1534: 125. – Story of a militia sympathizer.
ANONYMOUS, Who We Are, 1p, n.d. , in PP1534: 134. – By a militia member.
ANONYMOUS, An Introduction to Libertarian Philosophy, 1p, in PP 1287/89: 599.
ANONYMOUS, Anarchism in Action, The Spanish Revolution, 48pp, n.d., in PP 1305/1306: 292-308.
ANONYMOUS, Anarchismus und Freigeld, 1924, 8 S., Zeitungsausschnitt, Berlin, Zeitungsname unlesbar fuer mich. – J.Z., in PP 1321.
ANONYMOUS, Anarchist Community Defence, 10pp, in PP 1258. – In reality their guerilla wars amount often to indiscriminate aggressions against real and largely voluntary communities. – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Anarchy: One Perspective, 1p, 1980, in PP 25.
ANONYMOUS, Angry Texans Form Militias for Fighting Feds, 2pp compilation, in FNN, in PP 1287/89: 397.
ANONYMOUS, Armed Showdown with Feds by Summer? 5pp, in PP 1287/89: 418, in FNN.
ANONYMOUS, Assault on Alternative Medicine, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 123.
ANONYMOUS, Bibliography, Interest & Liquidity, 1988 or later, 7pp, in PP 1534: 77.
ANONYMOUS, Black South Africans Rally to Battle for Free Market, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 47.ANONYMOUS, Bureaucrats, Get Out! 2pp, in PP 1430/31, between 155 & 158, on a farmer who declared his farm a tax free republic & designed his own gold standard currency. What became of him since 1987? How many such attempts were there? Where is their total record? – I collect all such experiences, too, in my ON PANARCHY subseries. – J.Z. 9/97.
ANONYMOUS, Canadian Indian Tribe Attains Self-Government (limited and local), in FNN, in PP 1287/89: 91.
ANONYMOUS, Ciskei: Freest Economy on Earth? 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 26.
ANONYMOUS, Clinton’s attack on free speech swells the ranks of the militias, 6pp, in FNN, in PP 1287/89: 439.
ANONYMOUS, COMMUNITY RESTORATION TAX ABOLITION INITIATE ORDINANCE for the County of Orange, 1p draft, by? , in PP 467: 66.
ANONYMOUS, Cut Taxes to Increase Government Revenue, 3pp on the Laffer Curve, in PP 1430/31: 7.
ANONYMOUS, Deconstructing Political Correctness, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 99.
ANONYMOUS, Democracy with a Small “d”, from “The Register”, Santa Ana, 12 Jan. 1962, 3pp, 24x, in PP 15. – Basically a panarchistic article for exterritorial autonomy. – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Die Lizenzen-Seuche, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91: 104.
ANONYMOUS, Duestere Erlebnisse, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91: 98. On liberation that did not liberate.
ANONYMOUS, Ethical Theory, Ethics, Human Rights, Literature. Bibliography, Survey of Websites and Bibliographies, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1534: 90. – I miss a survey of discussions of genuine individual human rights. – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Fight against Police State Escalates, 2pp, in PP 1287/89: 437, in FNN.ANONYMOUS, Francois Rabelais, 1494-1553, Priester u. Poet – Arzt u. Anarchist, 4 S.: 45, in PP 1477.
ANONYMOUS, Friend of Thomas Paine, A Declaration of Personal Independence, 1992, 3pp, in PP 1151.
ANONYMOUS, FRIEND OF THOMAS PAINE, A Personal Declaration of Independence, 2pp sent by MILLENIUM TWAIN, in PP 1355: 111.
ANONYMOUS, Georgist, Many great lawgivers and economists have said landed property is different. 1p leaflet of quotes, in PP 1276.
ANONYMOUS, Government “Protection”, 1p, from Freedom Newspapers, n.d., in PP 1132.
ANONYMOUS, Hard Questions on the Issues. The Pope’s moral stands deal with sex and complex history, 6pp: 183, in PP 1506/07.
ANONYMOUS, Historische Entwicklung der Genossenschaften, 7 S.: 8, in PP 1472.
ANONYMOUS, How to Cause Hyper-Inflation, a guide to budding bureaucrats, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 18. – Only the legislators and the bureaucrats of the central banks are involved. All the other bureaucrats merely make use of the laws and the institution of monetary despotism, i.e., especially of legal tender laws and the note issue monopoly of central banks. – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Is America on the Verge of Revolution? 1p, in PP 1287/89: 411.
ANONYMOUS, IWW, The, Revolutionary Union or Historical Anachronism? 2pp, in PP 1357. – How emancipated are they? – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS, Letter from Jampan, 2pp, on official responses or non-responses after the earthquake in Kobe, in PP 471/472: 186.
ANONYMOUS, Libertarianism & Internationalism, 2pp, 1983, on LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, in PP 1297.
ANONYMOUS, Living with the White Chickens, 1993, 2pp, in PP1534: 147. – On feathered brutes.
ANONYMOUS, Marijuana: Not just a recreational drug, 1p, in PP 493.ANONYMOUS, Mitsubishi vs. Itsybitsy, 3pp, on Japanese “economic miracle”, a relatively free industrialised economy, in PP 1430/31: 34.
ANONYMOUS, Philosophy, Science & Technolgy, or, How to Rebuild a Civilization, 3pp, in PP 816.
ANONYMOUS, Popular Myths about Socialism & Free Enterprise, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 153.
ANONYMOUS, Private Funding of Roads, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 23.
ANONYMOUS, Private Harbours, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 35.
ANONYMOUS, Problematic des Staatsrechtes, … hier sind Fragen aufgeworfen, die einmal zu beantworten sein werden, 1 S., in PP 1290/91: 222. Of interest to panarchists!
ANONYMOUS, Radio Is My Bomb, A DIY Manual for Pirates, Hooligan Press, London, 1987, 84pp, with some short articles on pirate radio stations in the world, in PP 1235.
ANONYMOUS, Reagan’s “New Beginning”: Pentagon Socialism, 1971, 3pp, in PP 1297.
ANONYMOUS, Reflexionen ueber Herrschaftslosigkeit und Utopie, 7 S.: 43, in PP 1477.
ANONYMOUS, Richard Cobden, Sein Leben und sein Wirken, 2. Ausgabe, Bremen, 1876. 1. Ausg. war 1869. 173pp, in PP 1068. The anon. author calls himself a “Freihaendler und Friedensfreund”, i.e. a free trader and friend of peace.
ANONYMOUS, So that’s what a bureaucrat does…, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 177.
ANONYMOUS, Social Credit pamphlet: I Want the Earth Plus 5 Percent, reproduced as the starting point for a discussion by David Taylor, 21pp, 36x, in PP 656.
ANONYMOUS, Staaten auf neuer Grundlage, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91: 178. “Ueber die grundsaetliche Moeglichkeit einer Neuregulung der Volkerbeziehungen”. – So hat noch einer, ganz unabhaengig, einen bedeutenden Teil des Panarchismus entdeckt. Ich las diesen Artikel heute zum 1. Mal! – Kurt hatte mich nicht auf diesen Verfasser hingewiesen! – J.Z., 30.11.95.
ANONYMOUS, Syndikalismus – Kritik. Malatesta – Rocker – Ruediger, 4 S.: 99, in PP 1476.
ANONYMOUS, The Good Old Times, 1885, 1902, 2pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.
ANONYMOUS, The Line-Up, 1972, 4pp, in PP 274, on libertarian types. See : Classification Schemes.
ANONYMOUS, The LP and Children’s Rights, a survey of the discussion, 4pp, in PP 1121.
ANONYMOUS, The New Economics on Display: Mail Destruction Proposed to Ease Chicago Postal Jam, 2pp: 25, in PP 1529- 33.
ANONYMOUS, The Ownership and Control of Water, 6pp, in PP 1418: 46.ANONYMOUS, The Paradox of Anarchism, 10pp, 24x, in PP 203.ANONYMOUS, The Plan. “In the beginning was the Plan…. This is how shit happens.” – A 1p send-up on management plans, in PP 1365: 125.
ANONYMOUS, The Sardine Standard, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 14. – A tale on “foreign aid”.
ANONYMOUS, The War on Drugs Is a War against the People, 1p, in PP 1283-1286: 225.
ANONYMOUS, Twelve Reasons to Legalize Drugs, 4p, in PP 1283-1286: 380. From: THE PRAGMATIST, & SIL.
ANONYMOUS, West Papua – A Brief Description, 3pp, & A General Presentation of West Papua: A Geo-Social, Economic & Historical Overview, in favour of “national liberation”, 11pp, from Visions of Freedom, in PP 474.
ANONYMOUS, What Is Libertarianism? 1p, in PP 274.
ANONYMOUS, Why the Black Flag? 1p, n.d., in PP 1418: 120.
ANONYMOUS, Wiedererwachen des spanischen Anarchosyndikalismus, 8S.: 34, in PP 1523.
ANONYMOUS, You Can’t Blow Up A Social Relationship: The Anarchist Case Against Terrorism, Australia, 1979 & 1982, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 1p, 29x, in PP 921.ANONYMOUS, Zur Kritik an Professor Mitscherlich, 4 S.: 46, in PP 1477. – It is typical for many anarchist articles that they are not signed by their authors. Are they really only the work of collectives or are their authors so much collectivists first, rather than individualists, that they do not want to sign their own names to their own writings, or, worse still, do they still have to be afraid of consequences for being contributors to anarchist publications? – J.Z.
ANONYMOUS: Replies to Some Errors and Distortions in Bryan Caplan’s “Anarchist Theory FAQ” version 4.1.1, 11pp, in PP 1541/42: 288. – Full of majoritarian anarchist errors and distortions. – J.Z.
ANSCOMBE, G.E.M., On Frustration of the Majority by Fulfillment of the Majority’s Will, ANALYSIS 36, June 1976, 161-168, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p285, headed: Majority Frustration.
ANSWER MARKET, THE, 176. Compare: Ideas Archive, Encyclopedia of Refutations, Libertarian Library & Information Service, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Slogans for Liberty, Libertarian Microfiche Publishing, Institute for Social Inventions.
ANSWERS – To Economic Problems, by Lawrence W. Reed, some samples of this newsletter: 11/4-6&12 (April – June & Dec. 85), 12/3,5, 7-9 ( March, May & July – Sep. 86), 41pp, in PP 1111.
ANSWERS: WIENER, DANIEL, Sounding Board. On a planned book: Concise Libertarian Answers to Tough Questions, 3pp, in PP 1445: 105. – Compare my SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY and the projected ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE BEST REFUTATIONS. – J.Z.
ANTARCTICA, PP 724,
ANTHOLOGIE DER EROTIK. Was halten Sie von der…? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 239. Der Absatz solcher “Ideen” ist gewoehnlich kein Problem und braucht deshalb nicht besonders gefoerdert zu werden. Auch Kuhmist wird man verhaeltnismaessig leicht los. Ein Ideenarchiv sollte fuer Besseres gebraucht werden. – J.Z.
ANTHROCRACY, An Anarchist Ideology in Outline, 1163.
ANTI TESE, 3 samples, from Edicao de Centre de Cultura Libertaria, Portugal, Nos. 3-5, July 85 – Abr. 86, 96pp, in PP 894. NO. 9, Jun / Jul / Ago – 1989, sample, in Portugese, 36pp, 29x, in PP 926.
ANTI-AGING RESEARCH, FINANCING, PP 423.
ANTI-AGING RESEARCH, see e.g. PP 47, 902.
ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT & SPORT, 370. (Just one of the numerous manifestations of territorialist intolerance and coercive egalitarianism, of which the major bloodshed consequences are still to come after the destruction of territorially imposed Apartheid. The disagreement among the opponents and defenders of Apartheid consisted and consists only about who is to conduct territorial oppression and under what camouflage name. How many homes have been destroyed and will be destroyed, upon exclusive “homeland” demands? This in spite of the fact that in areas like the Congo we did have, possibly for centuries, up to 5 competing juridical systems in the same area. The peace promoting exterritorial autonomy option for volunteer communities, is simply ignored, there and everywhere, by almost everybody. The consequences are then blamed on natural aggressiveness of man, rather than on his thoughtless subscription to inherently aggressive ideologies. Voluntary integration AND voluntary segregation, on the basis of exterritorial autonomy, rather than COERCIVE integration and COERCIVE segregation! Is it really so hard to make this distinction or is the “God”, “spirit” or notion of territorial domination of one or the other system so superior that we ought to sacrifice millions of involuntary victims to it? J.Z.)
ANTI-AUTHORITARIANISM, PP 370.
ANTI-AUTHORITARIANS ANONYMOUS, Adventures in Subversion, Flyers and Posters, 1981 – 85, 35pp, in PP 1307: 46- 80. – This is one of many anarchist publications that do not appeal to me at all. More and more writings seem to spread darkness rather than light. The kind and number of such publications give to me the impression that an encyclopaedia of anarchist myths, errors and prejudices would have to be very voluminious – compared with one of anarchist truths, observations, principles, ideas and arguments. Perhaps these kinds of utopians should be condemned to live THEMSELVES in their kind of utopia for the next 10 – 20 years – or as long as they can stand it. I favour giving them the choice to choose their utopia for themselves, no matter how humiliating this experience would be for them. I’d rather be ruled by machines and computers than live in a world “created” by these “heads”. – J.Z., 16 Dec. 95.
ANTI-AUTHORITARIANS ANONYMOUS, The Enchantment of Nuclear Destruction, 1p, in PP 1393: 122. By John Zerzan?
ANTI-CAPITALISM, See: KOCH, CHARLES, Anti-Capitalism and Business, 1974, 10pp, IHS lecture, in PP 24.
ANTI-CAPITALIST MENTALITY, PP 720.
ANTI-CAPITALIST MENTALITY: DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Sources of the Anticapitalist Mentality, (1), 3pp: 197; (2), 2pp: 211, in PP 1404/06.
ANTI-CENSORSHIP / PRO-FREE SPEECH ORGANIZATIONS, 1p, in PP 1325: 87.
ANTI-COMMUNISM, PP 16-19, 61-63, 301, 399 – 401, 698, 705, 715, 724. (In the first 68pp of the LMP Author listing, I have already omitted some such cross reference entries: Even I have to beware not to consider it outdated, just because the Soviet imperialism was largely overthrown. Communism still rules or threatens to rule, all too widely, in East and West, under all kinds of liberal, democratic, republican and even conservative and uniformity and streamlining camouflages. And among those supposedly loving freedom, the communists are probably numerically strongest, for example consider the numbers of communist anarchists and syndicalists. However, mere anti-communism is not enough. Anti-communists can be almost as intolerant, bloodthirsty and misinformed. Just think of how many of them were prepared for nuclear strikes against the victims of communist regimes, which their oppressors would probably have survived, at least for a while. I favour voluntary communist experiments – as the worst punishment for the true believers and as a means to render them less dangerous to others. J.Z.) See Governments in Exile, War Aims, Peace Declaration – unilateral, Collective Responsibility, Nuclear War Threat, Marx, Socialism, On Panarchy, Soviet Regime, Russian Revolution, Russia, etc. – J.Z.
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE, Millet System, a CONVERSION CRISIS FRONT PAGE, home page, 1p, 1999, from the IN, in PP 1539: 84.
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Short People, Arise! 1p, on quotas and discrimination, in PP 1312/1314: 16.
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION,See: WEBER, KURT, Too Much Anti-Discrimination, 1p, in PP 279: 88. – See: DISCRIMINATION.
ANTI-FEDERALIST LEAGUE, AFL, Leaflet against the Maastricht Treaty for a United Europe, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (I have nothing against individual uniting but everything against any territorial governments as united bodies and any such governments uniting. Association into exterritorial and competing governments of volunteers and into their competitive federations, e.g. voluntary associations of exterritorially autonomous free traders, and opponents of other coercive taxes, would be quite another matter. All are to be subjected to individual secessionism, like churches and sects are. J.Z.)
ANTI-FLUORIDATION CAMPAIGN AND PEACE, PP 3, 8, 727, 1018,
ANTI-GRAVITY, PP 812 (Sagehorn, The Only Way To Go). What makes sap go up in high trees? Neither vacuum nor capillary action would be enough, I believe. If trees do not somehow pump their sap, perhaps by bending with wind pressure and using valves, do they master gravity? Extremely unlikely but we should finally clear up how they do this – if it hasn’t been already, with me remaining simply unaware of this research. Someone, somewhere, sometime, has probably already supplied an explanation. Some evidence for levitation powers I would even accept, as evidence for further researches, from the Catholic Church. It has on record ca. 450 men, later declared holy, because before large audiences they had levitated, e.g. around a church. I would love to microfiche anti-gravity & space and time research reports in this series, too. As well as significant inventions. E.g. the Feb. 94 ANALOG carries a fact article on the prevention of Hurricanes and the production of water and power from air. I love proposals like HOGAN’S mountain, to build an artificial “mountain” across Australia’s centre, to precipitate rain. Elevations as low as 90 m have sometimes already precipitated some rain. Ian Idries, in The Great Boomerang, described that for an investment like that of Australia in WW II, Australia could have turned most of its river-waters, now flowing uselessly into the sea, into a giant inland lake, that would also tend to improve Australia’s climate. Up to 70% of rain comes from inland evaporation. Man has barely begun to turn this earth into a garden or park, as far as possible. What I liked about the view of L.A. from the air was its greenness, in spite of it being a city, in the middle of a rather bare and brown desert. However, more of the advanced engineers, too, ignore the need for proper, i.e. capitalistic financing methods, requiring monetary and financial freedom. – J.Z.
ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, (the editor) An American tragedy; a review of Anti-intellectualism in American life, 5pp, in PP 1377: 4.
ANTI-MAASTRICHT ALLIANCE, Red Lion Talks, 94 & 95, 2pp list, in PP 1281/82 & in PP 1334/35: 236.
ANTI-MASS, THE, Methods of Organization for Collectives, 4pp, from 70-ties, in PP 1,019. (This exposition is just more anarcho-babble to me. J.Z.)
ANTI-MILITARISM, PP 349, 542, 897.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No. 18, April 1979,”Progress & Poverty” – 1879 – 1979, etc., 2pp: 102, in PP 1513. -See HARDY, GEORGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No. 2, n.d., 2pp, on Georgist fiscal policy, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No.? July 78, 2pp, on death duties, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No.13, July 78, 1p,July 78, on Housing and Rental Land Tax, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No.14, Sep. 78, 2pp:The Dangers of the “Cult of Entitlements”: 95, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No.15, 2pp: New Consistent Policies are Needed to Avoid another Great Depression and Political Chaos: 97, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter No.17, n.d., 2pp:Restrictions Wipe out the Benefits of Technology: 99, in PP 1513.
ANTI-MONOPOLIST, Action Group, Newsletter, No? date? 2pp: 88, in PP 1513.
ANTIPHYSICS, RATBAG RAG, 21 June 1996, 8pp, in PP 1349: 39 & 1357: 119. – Issues of 14 July 1995 & 31 August 94, sent by M.T. = Millennium Twain, 4 pp, in PP 1365: 121.
ANTI-QUARIAT, Berlin, Literatur ueber Stirner, 8 S.: 103, in PP 1456.
ANTIQUARIATE IN FREIBURG, A Map and a list of specialty bookshops, an example to be copied more often in more cities, 2pp, in PP 814.
ANTI-SEMITISM, Sample of the most extreme kind of publication: STUERMER, DER, Nuernberg, Deutsches Wochenblatt zum Kampfe um die Wahrheit, Herausgeber: Julius Streicher, an infamous Nazi, issue of 9.4. 1942 as a sample of his antisemitic hate press, 4pp: 119, in PP 1514. – Some publications do not have ANY redeeming features. However, one should learn to know all of one’s enemies and their particular fixed ideas, since, during crisis times, they can become national and even international threats. This can easily happen under territorial rule. How much antisemitism & hatred and blaming of “aliens” would remain after e.g. panarchies, monetary freedom, cooperative production and fully freed trade had been introduced for at least 10 years? – PIOT, J.Z., 3.9.98.
ANTISEMITISM, See: DUEHRING, E. (holding the usual prejudice). – RAAB, EARL, The Anatomy of Nazism, 1961, Anti-Defamation League of B’nair B’rith and The Free Sons of Israel, 40 pp, with illustrations incompletely reproduced, in PP 1242 & PERLMAN, FREDY, Anti-semitism and the Beirut Pogrom, 1983, 16pp, in PP 1240.
ANTI-SLAVERY THOUGHT, The Radical Libertarian Tradition in, 915.ANTI-SOVIET SOCIETY, Some Articles & Leaflets: The Real Lessons of Vietnam; To Fight Communism: Why and How? Don’t Blame the Russian People; Victory; Strategies that Will Win; The Real Peace Movement? The Vital Nuclear Deterrent; Sergei Soldatov Speaks; Worse than the Tsars; Getting at the Red Army: 22pp, 29x, in PP 698. We are still tolerating all too many dictatorships today, which, with a comprehensive liberation programme, could be easily overthrown, almost without bloodshed. – J.Z.
ANTI-STAATS-TAGE, Muenchen, 26.9.-2.10.1983, 4 S. Flugblatt, 29x, in PP 729.
ANTI-TECHNOLOGY, IDEOLOGY OF, PP 418/19p384, 1034.
ANTITESE, No. 7, Nov. 86 – Jan 87, sample issue, 32pp, 29x, in PP 728.
ANTI-TRUST & MONOPOLY, See: PINKNEY, ROBIN DOUGLAS, Antitrust and its Raison d’Etre – Monopoly, 1964, 26pp, in PP 997.
ANTITRUST LAWS, See: ARMENTANO, D.T., Dr., The Antitrust Hoax, 2pp: 358, in PP 1457/62.
ANTITRUST, See: FLEMING, HAROLD M., The Purposes of Antitrust,10pp: 58, in PP 1529- 33.
ANTITRUST, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Unions & Antitrust, 30pp: 2, in PP 1529-33.
ANTITRUST, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Do Antitrust Laws Preserve Competition? 9pp: 257, in PP 1529- 33.
ANTI-ZIONISM, IS IT ANTISEMITIC? In 696? 864? 1052-61? (Probably another LA pamphlet. Another mutilation through my Fsort programme. This listing, too, needs collaboration by other freedom enthusiasts to become closer to complete and correct. – J.Z.)???
ANTON, Guenther, K., Geschichte des Preussischen Truckverbots, ca. 1890-1900, 1953, 30 S., 29x, in PP 641.
ANTWORT, DIE, Jan.-August 1969, ueber offizielle u. unoffizielle Widerstaende gegen Kurt Zube’s SAG Zahlungssystem, 18pp, mit Anmerkung von John Zube, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742. See SCHOENSTEIN PLAN, WIR WIRTSCHAFTSRING, SAG, ESAG, CLEARING, MONETARY FREEDOM.
ANTWORT, DIE, Mitteilungen des Bonaventura Trusts und des Dachverbandes der SAG-Vereine und SAG-Teilnehmer, Januar – April 1969, mit Vertrag u. Geschaeftsbedingungen des Bonaventura Trusts, 17 S., in PP 1323: 1- 17.
ANTWORT, DIE, Mitteilungen des Bonaventura Trusts und des Dachverbandes der SAG-Vereine und SAG-Teilnehmer, Jan. – April 68, 4 S., Mai – August 68, 20 S., Sep. – Dez. 68, 8 S., in PP 1328: 31. – Sind weitere Ausgaben erschienen?
ANY TIME NOW, 2 short lists, 1992, from this anarchist book distributor, 1p, in PP 1,036, II/4, Spring 93, 12pp, with 1p leaflet on its Literature Distribution Mail Order Service, in PP 1098.
ANY TIME NOW, Argenta, Anarchist – Decentralist Newsletter, II/3,Summer 1992; III/1, Summer 1997; III/2, Autumn 1997; III/3, Winter 1998 (97/98); III/4, Summer 1998, 41pp: 7, in PP 1528. – III/1, Summer 1997, 6pp, 297, in PP 1454.
ANZAC DAY: THE ANTI-ANZAC DAY COLLECTIVE, No to the Anzac Myth! 4pp, 1986, in PP 1251.ANZUS TREATY, Breathing Life into it? PP 22.
APALOGIA, A Journal of Unanimous Consent, ed. by Cathy L.Z. Smith, quarterly, written by the signatories to the NORTH AMERICAN COVENANT, issues No. 000, July 2, 86, 28pp, 003, April 2, 87, 28pp, all on hand, with L. Neil Smith letters of July 2, 86, introducing the New Covenant, 9pp and L. Neil Smith, letter, April 15, 87, 4th explanatory article, 11pp. – I was promised more issues but have not received them. Probably, because I have not yet formally signed, since I have some reservations on the wording, although I largely agree with the intention of promoting individual sovereignty. A single expression of it can hardly be much more comprehensive and ideal than e.g. the Ten Commandments or the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights or any governmental declaration of a Bill of Rights could be. Compare my ON PANARCHY compilation and the compilation of PRIVATE human rights drafts in PP 589/90. With all such declarations on hand one can finally work towards a combined one, embracing the best of all previous ones. – J.Z.
APARTHEID, 925, 1034. See CLIFFE, R.A., with reply by J. ZUBE, TYRELL, MARTIN and KELLY, MILES, in PP 925.
APARTHEID, HOW TO TRANSFORM APARTHEID INTO SOMETHING ACCEPTABLE AND RIGHTFUL, 743. German version in 736.
APARTHEID: WILLIAMS, WALTER, Apartheid American Style, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 216.
APATHY = MYOB? PP 243. It can be the result of despotism or liberty. And so can enthusiasm. – J.Z.
APE, ANARCHIST PROPAGANDA BULLETIN, Hurray for Anarchy! Boulder, n.d., 1p leaflet, in PP 999.
APHORISMS, From Herbert Spencer, 189. See: SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY.
APHTONIOS SCHEME, for all new projects: It is somewhere mentioned and discussed in the letters and papers of BECKERATH, ULRICH VON. Until I have completed and indexed this collection, I cannot easily find the page reference, either. – J.Z.
APJOHN, LEWIS, RICHARD COBDEN AND THE FREE TRADERS, n.d., 298pp, with a 4 pp comment by John Zube, 1982, raising the question: Why was he so successful? and attempting to answer it, to some extent. (Send me your views on this! – J.Z ) 29x, in PP 407.
APPLEBY, JOYCE OLDHAM, A New Argument for Economic Freedom, in: Economic Thought and Ideology in Seventeenth Century England, Princeton UP, 1978, 158-198, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p619, headed: Mercantilism vs. Economic Liberalism.
APPLEBY, JOYCE OLDHAM, Ideology and Theory: The Tension between Political and Economic Liberalism in Seventeenth-Century England, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 81, June 76, 499-515, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p620, headed: The Social Meaning of Economic Liberalism.
APPLEBY, JOYCE, Modernization Theory and the Formation of Modern Social Theories in England and America, COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY 20, April 78, 259-285, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p676, headed: Modernization, Ideology, and Economic Freedom. – Help to build up libertarian and anarchist abstracts and reviews, indexes and bibliographies on microfiche! – – J.Z.
APPLEBY, JOYCE, The Social Origins of American Revolutionary Ideology, JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 65, March 78, 935-958, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p589, headed: Civic Virtue, Mercantilism, and Liberalism.
APPLEBY, JOYCE, What Is still American in the Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson? WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 39, 2, April 82, 287-309, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1879, headed: Jefferson Optimism vs. Country Pessimism.
APPLEBYE, CHARLES, The Time Travel Tourist Industry, 1p:261, in PP 1293/95.
APPONYI, A.F., to The Sec., Australian Financial Systems Inquiry, 28 May 79, 2pp, in PP 803.
APPRENTICE – MASTER ALLIANCE, ISI, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1262, 4pp leaflet, in PP 1267.
APPRENTICE BOYS OF BERRY, 1 day conference: Let Ulster Speak, among the speakers: J. Enoch Powell, 94, 1p, in PP 1334/35: 235.
Approach, 1p, in PP 1351. – ??? Another fragment, not yet located.
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY MICROFICHE LIBRARY, THE EXPANDED ONE, 16pp on the offer of over 1,000 books available on microfiche. This pamphlet only, reproduced in PP 907-910. If sufficiently publicized, this special library could be much more useful, than all foreign aid efforts so far – and it could do no harm. Then it could also help LMP to achieve a breakthrough into the so far quite underdeveloped potential market in libertarian homes and offices. And if all libertarians had the resources on hand to fully educate themselves on any special libertarian subject, what couldn’t they achieve then? – J.Z.
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY PROJECT, The NEW Appropriate Technology Microfiche Library, Volunteers in Asia, Stanford, lists 1000 books with the 208 new titles added to the library in Sep. 86, 8pp, in PP 1324: 114. By now they may offer many more. If consumers of technology are free to chose and if they can get credit under fully competitive conditions, i.e., under monetary freedom and free banking, with freedom for internal and foreign investors, then this is often the technology they would choose, anyhow, if sufficiently informed about it. High technology often does not even pay for those who can afford to use it. On the other hand, some high technology, like text only CD-ROMs, is VERY affordable and still underutilized by freedom lovers. So is the very cost efficient, easy and permanent micrographic option for microfilmed freedom writings. – J.Z.
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY SOURCEBOOK, adv., in 907-910.
AQUARIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER, Philadelphia, Feb. 78, No. 89: 310; May 3, 78, No. 92: 356; June 78, No. 93: 400; Sep. 78, No. 94, 4pp: 444. Sep. 9, 78, No. 95, 4pp: 473. Nov. 23, 78, No. 96, 4pp: 509. Jan. 79, No. 97, 4pp: 581. Jan. 16th, 80, No. 102, 1p: 652. April 3, 79, No. 98, 5pp: 695. Aug. 5, 79, No. 100, 4pp: 735. Sep. 11, 79. No. 101, 4pp: 773. May 5, 79, No. 99, 4pp: 805, in PP 1386/91. – Inserts to GREEN REVOLUTION.
ARBEITERSELBSTHILFE KREBSMUEHLE, Acht Jahre Betriebe in Selbstverwaltung, 1983, 84, ca. 64 S., in PP 1398: 70.
ARBEITSKREIS FREUNDE GUSTAV LANDAUERS, Libertaerer Sozialismus oder Staatskapitalismus? Texte fuer einen libertaeren Sozialismus, Hamburg, September 1971, 12 S., mit Beitraegen von Guenther Freitag, Uwe Timm, Gustav Landauer, in PP 1,006.
ARBITER, THE, San Diego, I/1, July 69 – I/3, Sep. 69, 44pp, in PP 1404/06: 357.
ARBITRATION ACT, 1902, No. 29, New South Wales, with 1972 Amendments, 11pp, 24x, in PP 70-74.
ARBITRATION, ANGLO-AMERICAN, PP 200.
ARBITRATION, CONTRACTED, PP 61-63, 70-74, 1028/29,
ARBITRATION, IMPOSED, PP 385, 711.
ARBITRATION, See: ROCKY HILL ENTERPRISES, Arbitration Division, Long Beach, 1p, in PP 1345/46: 28.
ARCHER, J.R., Oakeshott on Politics, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS 41, Feb. 79, 150-168, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p987, headed : Oakeshott’s Political Theory.
ARCHER, RICHARD, Van den Haag on Civil Disobedience, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p175.
ARCHER, WILLIAM, Dean Inge’s Apology for Christianity, 1923, 64pp, LBB No. 1719, in PP 1208.
ARCHIBALD, WILLIAM, You’re Telling Me, a prose poem, 1p, in PP 1274.
ARCHITECTURE, PP 696, 830.
ARCHIVE OF IDEAS, see Ideas Archive in PP 20/21 & 183. See also the publications and handbooks of ideas of the INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INVENTIONS, and under ALBERY, NICHOLAS.
ARCHIVE OF PEACE PLANS AND FOR ALL RELATED SOCIAL REFORM PROPOSALS, PP 1 & 2, 20/21, 183. See PEACE PLANS & LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHE PUBLISHING.
ARCHIVE OF SOCIAL REFORM IDEAS AND THE ADDRESSES OF SOCIAL REFORMERS, PP 20/21, 61-63, 183. See: ISI.ARCHIVES PROJECT, The, Directories, see under Directories, Spectrum, Australian Spectrum, Resource Directory, 42x, in PP 637, Perspectives, 1st. ed., 1986, 80pp, 29x, in PP 675. Maybe defunct since the organizer moved from Parkes to Sydney. Have not heard from him for years. – J.Z.
ARCHIVIO FAMIGLIA BERNERI, L’, Introduction, in Italian, 1982,12pp, supplied by Valerio ISCA, N.Y., in 1990, in PP 1517: 112.
ARDREY ON HUMAN NATURE & “The Territorial Imperative”, PP 833. – See ON PANARCHY.ARDREY, ROBERT, AFRICAN GENESIS, reviewed by Opitz, PP 1012.ARENDT, HANNAH, The Origins of Totalitarianism, 1p review by ROBERT MASTERS, in PP 1367/68: 77.
ARGYLL, Duke of, Prophet of San Francisco, The, 1884, on Henry George, 29x, in PP 623.
ARISTOCRACY, THE COMING, PP 304.
ARISTOPHANES, Lysistrata, with 8pp foreword by Jack Lindsay & illustrations by Norman Lindsay, 114pp, date? 69, in PP 1524. – My copy of this book, bought second-hand, was somehow mutilated by some kid with a pen. Sorry about that. – The preoccupations with sex, food, drink, fashions, art, literature, travel, sport, various recreations and hobbies, rather than with peace in freedom, justice and prosperity, are among the contributing factors to the continuance of dictatorships, wars, civil wars, revolutions and terrorism. War does already deprive most soldiers of many opportunities for sex with their chosen regular partners. This has led to an increase in casual sex, prostitution, homosexuality and rape, but not yet to peace, over which most of them, and most civilians, have little if any decision-making power at present. Emotional appeals do not have a sufficient deterrent effect. Otherwise the experience of wholesale slaughters of innocents, in or out of imposed uniforms, should have a large enough deterrent effect. But I did use emotional blackmail myself, once, against my eldest son, when he was considering joining the Australian Navy, just to have more opportunities for travel. I told him: If you do, I will no longer consider you as my son, and did point out that e.g. a destroyer in a navel battle has a lifespan of about 4 minutes. – I was glad that he did choose another profession and he is happy in it. He became a professional healer rather than a professional killer. Unfortunately, war is not only supported by heterosexual relations but also by homosexual ones, and was so expecially among the ancient Greeks. That aspect was not mentioned, I believe, by Aristophanes, but still plays a role e.g. in the Australian Citizen’s Forces and Navy, as far as I know. It played a considerable role in the Nazi movements and in the attractiveness of some “charismatic” leaders like Caesar, Frederick the Great and Hitler to their voluntary followers. I do not know whether a monography has ever been written on this subject. Extreme cruelties by soldiers against women and children have had at least sometimes a homosexual aspect to them. Uniforms, heroics, marches, medals and the fear of death seem often to have stimulated sex rather than deterred from it. Nor is a voluntary sex strike by women – and men? – the answer to enforced prostitution or rapes. – Thus this is just one of many superficial peace proposals that do not help to cut the roots of war, although it may have slightly increased the number of conscientious objectors when a few girls and women upheld the slogan: “We say ‘yes!’ to boys who say ‘no!'” A well organized tax strike, combined with a repudiation of government money and organized self-protection of these strikers could achieve probably more than a sex strike could. And so could the repeal of the government decision-making monopoly on war and peace, armament and disarmament and international treaties. – We are still very far from having established a peace science that is worthy of that name. What is called now “peace research” does operate largely upon false premises, popular prejudices and utopian notions. How many among thousands to ten-thousands of peace books do criticize statism and exclusive territorial rule as being among the main factors that make for wars, civil wars, revolutions and terrorism? How many of them do question the decision-making monopoly of governments on war and peace, seriously consider desertion and military insurrection options, the role of governments in exile, of tyrannicide, just war aims, just treatment of prisoners, deserters and refugees, the relationship of unemployment and inflation to war and racism, the close connection of despotism, especially monetary and financial despotism to war? Some even oppose free trade and free migration, although they are basic requirements for peaceful societies. And the number of those who favour individual secessionism and exterritorial autonomy under personal laws, as well as volunteer militias for the protection of individual rights, is still almost vanishingly small. In Peace Plans 16-18 I listed about 500 more or less popular factors that make for war at present. It was almost a record non-seller. – J.Z.
ARISTOTELIAN THOUGHT: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Some Fundamental Elements of Aristotelian Thought, 6pp, in PP 1409/10: 191.ARITHO, G.M. CITONGA, Taxation of Unimproved Land Values: The Kenya Experience, 3pp, 1979, 36x, in PP 381.
ARIZONA MEMORIAL, Clean up the “Economic Mess”. Repeal Federal Reserve Act, 1p, in PP 1247.
ARLINGTON HOUSE, Publishers, Booklist, 1980, 12pp, 29x, in PP 316-318. I have not caught up with one of their recent listings. A combined list of all freedom books in print should appear on microfiche, floppy disks, tex-CD-ROMs and on the Internet.
ARMAGUARD, advertisement for cash payments, 1987, 1p, 48x, in PP 739.
ARMAMENT INDUSTRIES & EXPORTS, See: LEFEVRE, ROBERT, No Gun Controls Here, 1p: 98, in PP 1469. – On arms exports by governments.
ARMAMENT INDUSTRY, PP 1034, 1012,
ARMAND, EMILE & PROUDHON, P.J., in Auswahl, 31 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
ARMAND, EMILE & ZUBE, JOHN, Cooperative Production versus Class Warfare, 2pp, 1966, 24x in PP 6.
ARMAND, EMILE, Anarchism and Individualism, 3 essays, published by S.E. Parker, 1962, 16pp : Our Kind of Individualist, 3pp, Anarchist Individualism as Life and Activity, 6pp, The Future Society, 6pp, in PP 960.
ARMAND, EMILE, Anarchist Individualism as Life and Activity, 1907, 6pp: 194, in PP 501. – Adapted from an English version by N.G. – Also, on 6pp, in PP 960.
ARMAND, EMILE, Au Gre des Jours, 1947, 16pp, in PP 957.
ARMAND, EMILE, Das Problem der sexuellen Beziehungen und der Individualistische Gesichtspunkt, 1983, M.G., 62 S., in PP 1333: 83-147.
ARMAND, EMILE, Der An-Archistische Individualismus, 8 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
ARMAND, EMILE, Die zukuenftige Gesellschaft, 6 S.: 100, in PP 1456.
ARMAND, EMILE, Individualist Perspectives, 2pp, 1957, in PP 1420/22: 105. – Also in PP 501, sheet 192.
ARMAND, EMILE, Iniziazione Individualista Anarchica, 1956, indexed, 581 pp, Italian translation of his 1923 French work: L’Initiation Individualiste Anarchiste, indexed, with a 15pp introduction by Ugo Fedeli and a short bibliography of some of Armand’s writings, 1908-1948, 581pp, in PP 1067 & 1068. Wanted are English and German translations, at least. – J.Z.
ARMAND, EMILE, John Henry Mackay, 1p: 54, in PP 1505.
ARMAND, EMILE, La Jalousie, Supplement a L’EN DEHORS, bi-mensuel, no. 196/197, 15 decembre 1930, Orleans, 8pp, in PP 1102.
ARMAND, EMILE, La reciprocite, supplement a “l’en dehors”, mi-fevrier 1933, 15pp: 73, in PP 1489.
ARMAND, EMILE, Le stirnerisme, Orleans, 1934, supplement a “L’EN DEHORS”, mensuel, ne. 268, mi-mars 1934, 8pp, in PP 1328: 123.
ARMAND, EMILE, Les Loups dans la Ville, piece en 4 actes, 1928, 94pp, with a 2pp bibliography of the writings of E. Armand, up to 1929, in PP 1066.
ARMAND, EMILE, Les Ouvriers, les Syndicats & les Anarchistes, l’en dehors, Orleans, 17pp: 68, in PP 1489.
ARMAND, EMILE, Les tueries passionnelles et le tartufisme sexuel, editions de l’action libre, Paris, 1934, 16pp, in PP 1327: 80.
ARMAND, EMILE, Life and Society, 3pp, from MAN!, n.d., in PP 1239.
ARMAND, EMILE, Nia Individuismo, giaj depostuloj kaj tezej per emandoj kaj respondoj, 1981, 28pp, in PP 1099.
ARMAND, EMILE, On Sexual Equality, EDWARD CARPENTER & OSCAR WILDE, 4pp: 219, from: “L’UNIQUE”, May/June 1955, tr. by Robert Clancy, in PP 501.
ARMAND, EMILE, Our Kind of Individualist, 1945, 3pp: 200, in PP 501. – Adapted from a translation of A Qui Est Destine “L’Unique”, by A.S. – Also in PP 960.
ARMAND, EMILE, Property, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 25.
ARMAND, EMILE, See: CAMPOURSY, CATHERINE, E. Armand = Sexual Liberationist, 3pp: 216, reprinted from Abba Gordin’s journal THE CLARION, Feb. 1933, tr. fr. French by J. Rudome, in PP 501. – Extract only from an essay.
ARMAND, EMILE, See: PARKER, S.E., Introduction to E. ARMAND, 3pp: 188, in PP 501.
ARMAND, EMILE, The Future Society, 5pp: 210, in PP 501. – Translated by D.T.W. – Also in PP 960.
ARMAND, EMILE, The Influence of Tucker’s Ideas in France, 1937, from FREE VISTAS, ed. by Joseph Ishill, 3pp: 203, in PP 501.
ARMAND, EMILE, The Influence of Tucker’s Ideas in France, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 487.
ARMAND, EMILE, Unsere Forderungen als Individualistische An-archisten, 5pp, 24x, in PP 281, mit spaeterer Anmerkung, 5 S., 24x in PP 283/285, Unsere Forderungen als Individualistische Anarchisten, 1945, 17 Punkte, with English translation, Our Demands as Individualist Anarchists, 17 rights, 48x, in PP 589/590.
ARMAND, EMILE, Value – The Consequences of its Abolition, 5pp: 118, 3pp: 135, in PP 1420/22.
ARMAND, EMILE, VERA LEVINSKA, C. DE SAINTE-HELENE, La Camaraderie Amoureuse, 32pp, in PP 957.
ARMAND, EMILE, What Individualists Want, 1932, 3pp, tr. by Mark W. Kramrich: 223, in PP 501.
ARMAND, EMILE, What we are for – what we are against, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 1. – Also, from MINUS ONE, No. 2, 1964, 1p: 188, in PP 501.
ARMAND, EMILE, What We Have Been, We Still Remain, Sep. 1915, MOTHER EARTH, 4pp: 206, in PP 501.
ARMENTANO, D.T., The Inherent Weakness of Price Collusion, 4pp: 118, in PP 1529- 33.
ARMENTANO, DOMINICK T., Dr., Monopoly, 3pp, in PP 499.
ARMENTANO, DOMINICK T., Dr., Review of: VERNON, JOHN, Market Structure and Industrial Performance. A Review of Statistical Findings, 1p: 53, in PP 1468.
ARMENTANO, DOMINICK T., Dr., The Antitrust Hoax, 2pp: 358, in PP 1457/62.
ARMENTANO, DOMINICK T., Dr., The Farm Program Fiasco, 3pp, in PP 499.
ARMENTANO, DOMINICK T., Dr., The I.B.M. Case: A Comment, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 44.
ARMITAGE-SMITH, G., The Free Trade Movement and its Results, 1898, 29x, in PP 619.
ARMSTRONG, D.M., In Search of Values, The Philosophy of Robert Nozick, on Nozick’s Philosophical Explanations, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p240.
ARMSTRONG, DAVID, The Freedom of the Will, 5pp, in PP 1471. – From a work then in progress: 1965.
ARNDT, H.W., Compulsory Membership of Student Associations, 2pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p332.
ARNDT, H.W., Tax Policy: Who Is the Conservative? 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p93.
ARNDT, H.W., When a Spectrum Becomes a Circle, 2pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p53.
ARNE, ROBERT C., The Ten Reasons Why the Christian “God” Does not Exist, 1992, 2pp, LA Atheist Notes No. 4. Probably in 1052-61 – or in previous LA fiche.
ARNE, ROBERT C., William Graham Sumner, 1840 – 1910: His Life & Work, 1990, 4pp, LA Libertarian Heritage No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
ARNESON, RICHARD J., Mill vs. Paternalism, ETHICS 90, July 80, 470-498, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1463, headed: J.S. Mill: Paternalism vs. Autonomy.
ARNHART, LARRY, The God-Like Prince: John Locke’s Executive Prerogagive and the American Presidency, PRESIDENTIAL STUDIES QUARTERLY 9, Spring 79, 121-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p887, headed: Locke and the Executive.
ARNO PRESS, Big Business. Economic Power in a Free Society, a 3pp list of this Arno Press collection, 24x, in PP 50-54, 36x, in PP 370.
ARNO PRESS/ NEW YORK TIMES, The Right Wing Individualist Tradition in America, a literature list, 2pp, 24x, in PP 109-110. – I think this whole series deserves to be microfiched. I do have an incomplete set of it. Why does not ARNO PRESS do it? The harm done by addiction to print on paper is enormous! – J.Z.
ARNOLD, GARY RICHARD, The Road to Hell, an open letter to Jerry Falwell, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1299.
ARNOLD, RON, At the Eye of the Storm: James Watt and the Environmentalists, Regnery-Gateway, 282pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 412, in PP 1529- 33.
ARNOLDSHAINER PROTOKOLLE 1.87, Anarchismus: Theorie – Kritik – Utopie, Evangelische Akademie Arnoldsheim, 124 S., in PP 1326: 1.
ARONOFF, DAN, A Scientific Approach to Race Relations, 10 pp, on Thomas Sowell’s writings, in PP 925. The moral approach demands full exterritorial autonomy for any racial, ethnic, religious, cultural, political and economic volunteer group, including, naturally, volunteer groups of integrationists. – J.Z.
ARONS, STEPHEN, Compulsory Education. The Plain People Resist, Apr. 72, CIE, SATURDAY REVIEW, Jan. 15, 72, 14pp, in PP 1419: 127.
ARONS, STEPHEN, The Separation of School and State: Pierce Reconsidered, 1976, 1977, 36pp, CIE with IHS, in PP 1115. – Summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p185. Headed : State Schooling and Freedom.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, Cain and Abel, the Unintentional Murder, Biblical Fairy Tales, No. 2, 29x, in PP 616.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, God’s Folly: The Great Flood, Biblical Fairy Tales, No. 3, 29x, in PP 616.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, That Character Called God, 180pp, 29x, PP 192.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, The Lunacy of Superman and other plays, 1977, 608pp, 42x, PP 194.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, The Totalitarian Nightmare, 281pp, with a 1 1/2 pp foreword by Paul Avrich, 1975, 29x, PP 193.
ARRIGONI, ENRICO, When God Woke up from his Eternal Slumber, Biblical Fairy Tales, No. 1, 29x, in PP 616. – Note, this is a fairy tale. I think she is still asleep, as most freedom lovers seem to be. When will atheists, humanists, free thinkers, and rationalists finally rethink their self-publishing options and make finally all their writings cheaply and permanently accessible, at least on microfiche? Why have their tied their efforts to expensive and temporary print on paper as if this were the only road to enlightenment, in spite of its failures, for centuries? – J.Z.
ARROGANCE OF AUTHORITY: BUMPAS, JIM, The Arrogance of Authority, 75, 5pp, in PP 1371/72: 39.
ARROW, THE, Bulletin of the Mackay Society, Spring 1986, # 3, 9pp, 29x, in PP 896. Fall 1986, 4pp, 29x, in PP 731.
ARROW, THE, N.Y., Bulletin of the Mackay Society, n.d., 8p: 1, in PP 1505.
ART & ANARCHISM, PP 349.
ART & ETIQUETTE, PP 696.
ART SMUGGLING, See: ROSTRON, BRYAN, Smuggled! 15pp: 111, in PP 1506/07. – On the smuggling of an art object and against the nationalization of art objects. Those who neither produced nor found them should not be able to claim them, not even in the name of “the nation” or “the people”. Nor should “heritage rights” become impersonal and stretched over centuries. This one did cost fortune in court hearings, too. – The same absurdities are involved in territorial nationalism. A free art market would make art objects accessible to the world, in originals and in xyz duplicates. And tax payers would not be forced to shell out, as in Australia recently, $ 300,000 for an old Buddha statue, for the Sydney Art Gallery, one even without head and hands. I have many shapeless stones, which are even older, on my property. No bids accepted below $ 1,000 each! I also posses a mass produced but complete small B. statue, which I would let you have for $ 10,000. – My eldest gave it to me as a gift because, he thought, my father, Kurt Zube, resembled this figure. – But as long as bureaucrats and politicians decide … – PIOT, J.Z.
ART, PURPOSE OF, PP 199.
ARTAUD CONFERENCE : 100 Years of Cruelty, Artaud Conference 96 & one anarchist response, 5p, in PP 1423: 121-125.
ARTAUD CONFERENCE, 100 Years of Cruelty. Some “artists” celebrated this, some anarchists asked: What is there to celebrate? 5pp, 1996, in PP 1393: 117.
ARTHUR, JOHN T., Free Radio Movement? 2pp, in PP 499.
ARTS SUBSIDIES, 696, WALLACE, TRICIA & VISCEGLIA, DAWN, Taxpayers coerced into supporting artists, 1p, in PP 1234.
ARTS SUBSIDIES: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Against Arts Subsidies, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 131.
ARVIDSSON, EVERT, Der Freiheitliche Syndikalismus im Wohlfahrts-staat, Die Freie Gesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1960, 51 S., in PP 1099.
AS WE SEE IT! Columbia, Missouri, Winter 1985/86, Columbia Anarchist League, 4pp, sample, only on hand, containing a 14 points statement by the Columbia Anarchist League, headlined: No Ideology, No State, No God, No Militarism, No Nationalism, No Religion, No Leaders, No Followers. In PP 1153 & 1165. Associated with ANARCHY; a journal of desire armed,
ASAKAWA, GIL, Fort Collins Move Over, a clipping on Mary Margaret Glennie’s attempt to concentrate libertarians there, 1p, 1990, in PP 1123.
ASAKAWA, GIL, Fort Collins, Move Over, 2pp from WESTWORD, 24-30 Jan. 1990 on Mary Margaret Glennie’s attempt to concentrate libertarians in Fort Collins, in PP 1415: 140. + sheet 8 in PP 1491.
ASF, Sydney, 2 leaflets, 2pp, 29x, in PP 873.
ASHCRAFT, RICHARD, Revolutionary Politics and Locke’s Two Treatises of Government : Radicalism and Lockean Political Theory, POLITICAL THEORY 8, Nov. 80, 429-486, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1376, headed: Locke as a Revolutionary.
ASHFORD, NIGEL, Dismantling the Welfare State: Why & How, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 103.
ASHFORD, NIGEL, Exploring Libertarianism: The Main Libertarian Organisations and how to Connect with them, 2pp, STUDY GUIDE No.6: 117, in PP 1516.
ASHFORD, NIGEL, Human Rights: What they Are & what they Are not, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 139.ASHFORD, NIGEL, Open Borders: The Morality of Free Trade, FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES No. 29, 4pp: 27, in PP 1487.ASHLEY, MIKE & JEEVES, TERRY, THE COMPLETE INDEX TO ASTOUNDING / ANALOG, 1981, 264pp, 36x, in PP 413.
ASHLEY, W.J., See TURGOT, ANNE ROBERT JACQUES, baron d’Aulne, Reflections on the Formation and Distribution of Riches, 1766, 1770, 1898, 1914, here in the economic classics edition of W.J. Ashley, 134pp, with an introductory note by Du Pont de Nemours, 1p, and a 13 pp introduction, apparently by W.J. Ashley, in PP 1162.
ASIA-PACIFIC ANTI-MILITARISM FORUM, Australia, 2pp leaflet: 159, in PP 1515.
ASKEW, JOHN BERTRAM, PROS & CONS, 1911-1912, A Guide to the Leading Controversies of the Day, 5th ed., largely re-written by W.T.S. Sonnenschein, indexed, 284pp, in PP 852. (Most questions listed in this handbook are STILL unsettled today. I would love to see a similar handbook listing and discussinig all the remaining controversies among libertarians and anarchists, starting, perhaps, with a combined edition of all the A-Z books produced by them, including collections of short editorials. Who will bother to gather the copyrighs permissions for all this and then to scan this material together, for microfiching and text CD-ROM editions? The age of encyclopaedias and of enlightenment has barely begun – until at least this is done. – One can say all too little in a single volume or even in 50 or 150. J.Z.)
ASMAN, DAVID, Latin America’s New Brain Trust, 1p, WSJ, April 12, 96, on Manual Ayau, who established the Universidad de Francisco Marroquin, in PP 1393: 111.
ASPECTS, No. 3, A Manual for Personal Development, 24pp, in PP 493.
ASSASSINATIONS, PP 243, 538, compare TYRANNICIDE. I class assassinations as murders but tyrannicide as rightful executions if a “tyrant” is properly defined and recognized. – J.Z.
ASSET CURRENCY, PP 745. Compare Land Banks.
ASSET FORFEITURE, See: HAYNES, JOHN, Asset Forfeiture = Government Theft, 2pp, in PP 1269.
ASSIGNAT DE DIX MILLE FRANCS: Image in PP 500. That kind of criminal nonsense goes on and on, with the basic cause, the issue monopoly and legal tender, rarely ever being discussed. – J.Z.
ASSOCIATED INDIVIDUALISM, PP 107/8.
ASSOCIATION BULLETIN & LIBERTARIAN SOAPBOX, Innerkip, Ontario, Oct. 1988, March/April 89, July – August 89, Nov.-Dec. 89, 109 pp, in PP 1215.
ASSOCIATION COCCINELLE, 1982 leaflet, 1p, 29x, in PP 642.
ASSOCIATION FOR A FREE RUSSIA, 2pp leaflet, 1989, 29x, in PP 864.
ASSOCIATION FOR A FREE RUSSIA, President Count Nicholas Tolstoy, Is there an Underground Opposition in the Soviet Union? 15pp, 29x, in PP 694, with Annual Report, 1983, 16pp, 29x, in PP 705.
ASSOCIATION FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT, THE, Revenue Based on Land Values, 4pp, 29x, in PP 700.
ASSOCIATION FOR ONTOLOGICAL ANARCHY, COMMUNIQUE No. 10, Purges Expected, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 402.
ASSOCIATION OF LIBERTARIAN FEMINISTS NEWS, 24, Spring and Summer 86 to 33, Winter 90, 59pp, in PP 1312/1314 : 294-352. – Feminists think they have much to say and do talk and write much – but I miss the meat in the sandwich. – J.Z.
ASSOCIATION OF LIBERTARIAN FEMINISTS, Introduction & literature list, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 292.
ASSOCIATION OF LIBERTARIAN FEMINISTS, Leaflet, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 576.
ASSOCIATION OF LIBERTARIAN FEMINISTS, Some leaflets, 30pp, 29x, in PP 384.
ASTEROID COLLISION RISK: TOWERS, KATHERINE, Spaceguards tail doomsday asteroids, A. April 16, 96, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 245.
ASTI, Anarchistische Studenten Initiative, leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 728.
ASTON, SUSAN, Review, 1 p, of 3 books on education, including John Holt’s Escape from Childhood, in PP 1367/68: 121.
ASTOUNDING/ANALOG, index, compiled by M. Ashley & T. Jeeves, 264pp, 36x, in PP 413.
ASUBEL, NATHAN, Pictorial History of the Jewish People, Crown Publishers, N.Y., 11th printing, 1961, page 135: Extract on “Jewish Self-Rule” in PP 1540: 146. Also extract, 1p, from page 223, on the remains of an ancient Jewish community in China: 147. – The latter seems to indicate that in the long run voluntary, biological and individual integration is stronger than voluntary and group segregation based on race, religion and culture. Or it might indicate that a panarchy, to persist over the centuries, must have a minimum, if not an optimum size. So far we do not know enough to draw firm conclusions of this kind. But we can conclude that the voluntary segregation as well as the voluntary integration that occurred there was peaceful, even if it had led to many family squabbles. – We might also take note that distinct Chinese communities in the Western World have by now existed also for a considerable time and they have at least their underground community autonomy, in which they try to deal with their own problems in their own way without bothering the institutions of the “foreign devils” – It is noteworthy that orthodox Jewish and Chinese communities have the lowest numbers of juvenile delinquents. – Chinese secret societies and criminal gangs are another matter. Like territorial governments they fight violently for turf and power and to gather taxes or tributes from their victims. – Territorial police forces have been no more effective in coping with them than they have been with the Mafia in other countries. – J.Z., 9.2.1999.
ASYLUM, RIGHT TO, 6, 1088, compare IMMIGRATION, FREE. – See: BARID, NEWTON D., Review of: GLIAUDA, JURGIS, Simas, 2pp: 723, in PP 1457/62.ASYLUM, UNDERGROUND, 724.AT EASE, Carlton-North, 4 & 5, July-Sep. 93 & July-Sep. 94, 24pp, in PP 475. An alternative news service to all women and men of the Australian military forces, picked up at VISIONS OF FREEDOM. Associated with RITA & Bill of Rights for Soldiers but, alas, like them, still full of trade unionist notions. – J.Z.
ATAVISM, SOCIAL & POLITICAL, PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 16).
ATCOPS REPORTER, THE, 7/72, 9/72, 1/73, 4/73, 10/73, 1/74, 4/74, 4/76, 5/77, 18pp, 48x, in PP 739.
ATCOPS, ATCOPS, Atlantis Commodity Purchasing Service, Bank of Atlantis, 1968, Saugerties, 1970, 15pp: 252, in PP 1506/07. – They were trying to establish a silver standard currency. – J.Z.
ATHEISM, See: GLASS, MICHAEL, The Bible – Humbug and Horror, 1980, 1983, The Rationalist Association of N.S.W., 19pp: 38, in PP 1477.
ATHEISM, See: INGERSOLL NEWS, Bible Absurdities, 20pp: 85, in PP 1493.
ATHEISM, See: KNIGHT, MARGARET, Christianity: The Debit Account, 1975, 6pp: 74, in PP 1496.
ATHEISM, See: KNIGHT, MARGARET, Morals without Religion, 5pp: 73, in PP 1496.
ATHEISM, See: LITTLE BLUE BOOK ORDER FORM, Michael E. Coughlin’s book service, 4pp: 117, in PP 1471.
ATHEISM, See: MAINE, COLIN, Religion and Madness, 1985, Rationalist Assn. of N.S.W., copyrighted, 12pp: 60, in PP 1477.
ATHEISM, See: MCCABE, JOSEPH, Freethinkers and the Struggle for Freedom, from a 1970 reprint, 23pp: 67, in PP 1496. – Unfortunately, not all atheists have continued to be champions of liberty in every sphere. On the contrary, some of them, especially communist fanatics, have in this century mistreated, imprisoned and murdered so many dissenters that their numbers may have exceeded that of all the previous victims of “christian” churches during all the centuries. Some figures may have been compiled on this. I have not yet seen them. But this reverse, equivalent and contemporary persecution on the basis of some other dogmas should be kept in mind when perusing such pamphlets. Atheists have certainly not always represented the side of the “angels”. – J.Z., 24.10.85.
ATHEISM, See: MOST, JOHANN, La Peste Religiosa, Genova, 1957, 21pp, with introduction by VIRGILIO MILAZZO, 2pp: 101, in PP 1489.
ATHEISM, See: MOST, JOHANN, The God Pestilence, 1983 reprint, 18pp, including 2 introductory ones by WOODWORTH, FRED: 77, in PP 1496.
ATHEISM, See: PAMPHLETS FOR THE PEOPLE, The Pioneer Press, Nos. 1 – 9; 11 – 15; 17 & 18, 248pp: 1, in PP 1496.
ATHEISM, See: RIDLEY, F.A., The Natural History of Satan, part II, in PP 1447/49.
ATHEISM, See: TAYLOR, DAVID, Was Jesus the Essene Teacher of Righteousness?
ATHEISM, See: WOODWORTH, FRED, Dios No Existe, 6pp: 166, in PP 1478.
ATHEISM, See: WOODWORTH, FRED, There Is No God, 6pp: 870, in PP 1484/85.
ATHEIST SOCIETY & EXISTENTIALIST SOCIETY, Melbourne, 2pp, on their lectures in 1997: 121, in PP 1502. – Lectures, June 95 – May 96, 2pp, in PP 1305/1306: 309, 1995 flyer, 1p, in PP 494. Lectures June 95 – May 96, 1p, in PP 1323: 69.
ATHEISTS, AGNOSTIC, DEISTIC, HUMANISTIC, RATIONALIST WRITINGS, PP 192, 199, 225, 243, 247, 362, 373/75, 416, 616, 633/34, 724, 812, 871, 877, 920, 922, 1027, 1044, 1052-61 (LA Atheist Notes), 1064, 1071, 1093/94, 1098, 1113, 1124, 1140, 1144, 1155, 1157, 1159/60, 1163, Gaska Fiche. See PAINE.
ATHENAEUM, THE, Review of The Principles of Ethics, by Herbert Spencer, on 2 Sep. 1893, 2pp, in PP 821, March 8 (or ?) 1890, review of Hake & Wesslau: Free Trade in Capital. Feb. 8, 1896, review of Hake & Wesslau: The Coming Individualism, in PP 787.
ATHERAPEUTIST INFORMATION CENTRE, THE, People do not die – they kill themselves: Atherapeutism, 4pp, in PP 890.
ATKINS, AMSELM, Human Rights Are Cultural Artifacts, 3pp, in PP 995. Supplied to by by Rev. Edmund Opitz, an opponent of human rights, while a staunch defender of economic liberties. – J.Z.
ATKINSON, EDWARD, Incalculable Room for Immigrants, 1892, 11pp, in PP 1111. Malthusianism, in some modern versions, is still rampant even among anarchists and libertarians, who ignore the unpopulated and underpopulated spaces on earth, their development potential and that of space habitats and other planetary bodies. All the free migration and anti-overpopulation writings have never been brought together as yet, as they could and should be, at least on microfiche. See Henry George on this in his Progress and Poverty, in 363 & 573. – See also: Colin Clark, Putting the Population Explosion in Perspective, in PP 411, Rousas J. Rushdoony: The Myth of Over Population and Roy Childs: Laissez Faire in Population, the least bad solution. Please supply me with more writings on this subject, and permission to microfiche them – and your bibliographies. – J.Z.
ATKINSON, EDWARD, Vote for Clark, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
ATLANTIC GENS HEMISUNION, Real Wealth Capitalist Manifesto, 7pp, in PP 1144.
ATLANTIS NEWS, THE, 1968 – 1972, 340pp, 42x, PP 681/682. Vol. One, July 20, 1986, sample, 3pp, in PP 812.
ATLANTIS PROJECT, Las Vegas, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p311.
ATLANTIS PROJECT, See: HUDSON, THOMAS, Atlantis, 1p, on establishing a sovereign libertarian city in the Atlantic, 1p: 6, in PP 1465.
ATLANTIS PROJECT, See: OCEANIA – THE NEW COUNTRY, FAQ, 7pp, in PP 1541/42: 114. – The Atlantis Project started in 1993. It had several predecessors.
ATLANTIS PROJECT, See: STEVENS, WARREN K., The Story of Operation Atlantis, 1968, 32pp: 341, in PP 1506/07.
ATLANTIS PROJECT, See: WHITELY, JOAN, Yearning for a New World, The Atlantis Project, an artificial island off the coast of Panama, 2p, in PP 1318/1319: 141.
ATLANTIS, OPERATION ATLANTIS, 12. See Ocean Freedom. ATLANTIS, Prospectus, second chance, 1p, in PP 811. – Dead, again? – J.Z.
ATLANTROPA – ein atemraubendes Project (I) von SOERGEL, HERMANN, Besprechung in 4 S. Gute Ideen, Neuland, in IDEEN ARCHIV,in PP 1330-1332: 15.
ATOMIC AUSTRALIA, A SURVEY, PP 423.
ATOMIC AUSTRALIA, Chart and List of locations, date? 1p, in PP 1399 : 123.
ATOMIC ENERGY, opposition, PP 8, 182, 290.
ATROCITIES, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., My Lai & the Morality of War, 3pp: 449, in PP 1457/62.
ATTENSAM, KARL, Der Wendepunkt in Erforschung und Heilbehandlung der Lungentuberkulose, 3 S., Forschung, Medizin, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 100.
ATUG Comment, If calls cost nothing, they should be free. 1p from Australian Telecommunications Users Group, from THE AUSTRALIAN, 16.1.96, in PP 1324: 122. – Trunk calls could be offered at local call rates but are still sold only at monopoly prices, as if distance mattered in this respect. Luckily, computer options do now offer some alternatives. – J.Z., 9/97.
AUCHMUT, A.C., Henry George on Economic Justice, being memorable passages from his writings and addresses, 1912, 1949, 30pp, 36x, in PP 381-382.
AUCTION OF PROMISES, PP 890.
AUDIO CASSETTE OFFERS, PP 50-54,
AUDIO FORUM CASSETTES, literature list (cassette list), 81pp, 24x, in PP 50-54. – Do they still exist or who is the successor? I would love to film a recent list of their offers. What is holding the further development of freedom lectures and books on audio and video tape back? Costs? Lack of publicity? Lack of combined lists? – Why are so many freedom roads not sufficiently taken? – J.Z., 1995.
AUERBACH, NINA, Women on Women’s Destiny: Maturity as Penance, MASSACHUSETS REVIEW 20, 1979, 326-334, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p907, headed: Woman’s Power and Weakness in Literature.
AUERSWALD, Hans von, Staatswirtschaft, 1808, Auszug: Kap. 3 & 4 des 3. Teils, 99pp, ueber Steuerfundation und Bankfreiheit, alas, beschraenkt durch Einloesungspflicht, 29x, in PP 735.
AURELIUS, MARCUS, Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, edited, with an introduction, by Lloyd E. Smith, n.d., 62pp, LBB 65, in PP 1209.
AUREOUS, SKY D’ & HALL, NATALEE, Multi-National Corporations – Cause for Optimism, 2pp: 659, in PP 1457/62.
AUREOUS, SKYE D’, How the Government Protects the Environment, 2pp: 688, in PP 1457/62.
AUSSIECON MEMORY BOOK, Sep. 95, on Aussiecon 75 & 85, also: AUSTRALIA IN 99, since Australia is bidding for the 1999 Worldcon, to be held in Melbourne, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.
AUSSTIEG AUS DER ATOMENERGIE, JETZT, 4 S. Flugblatt, 29x, in PP 725.
AUSTRALASIAN S U R V I V O R, No. 29, vol. 5, No. 5, May 86, sample copy, 52pp, in PP 851. (I believe it didn’t survive to now but should be completely microfilmed, as a treasure chest of survivalist information. Survival in alternative publishing requires, mostly, the use of micrographics! J.Z.)
AUSTRALIA IN 1999, 1p leaflet for SF Worldcon 1999, in PP 1311: 208. With 1 p for Aussiecon Memory Book, Sep. 95, in PP 1311: 209.
AUSTRALIA IN 1999, 2pp leaflet of the organizing committee for the 57th annual world Science Fiction convention, in PP 1232. In spite of the fact that most of the classical utopias and many SF periodicals have been produced on fiche (see pp 62/63 in the LMP catalog of 1983, in PP 647 ), most of these fans show no interest in this option, often described in their favourite literature. One should be able to learn at least from one’s own favourite books. Instead, these futuristic dreamers and escapists are still addicted to a basically 500 year old technology or merely dream of all their problems being solved automatically, via computers, which they hardly use for their publishing, either. See under SOFTSERV, now defunct. Only a few disked SF titles are listed in ANALOG. The Germans have a proverb for this attitude: “Let God be a good man!” – But he is not responsible for this underdevelopment in your head and of your non-use of your existing freedom of action for micrographic and floppy disk and text CD-ROM and Internet self-publishing. The first book that at the same time appears on ALL affordable media has apparently still to be published, although, thereby, it could become a best-seller. The imagination of most writers and publishers leaves all too much to be desired. – J.Z.
AUSTRALIA, CHAINING AUSTRALIA, Church Bureaucracies & Political Economy, PP 720.
AUSTRALIA, PP 244, 378/80, 418/19: (pp70 & 203), 570, 711, 771, 1017, see Bob James.
AUSTRALIA, RECESSION, PRICE CONTROL AND INCOMES POLICY, PP 397.
AUSTRALIAN ADAM SMITH CLUB, THE, 2 samples of invitations, 2pp, in PP 834, 18pp of leaflets, in PP 835.
AUSTRALIAN ANARCHISM, PP 1044. See Andrews, Andrade, Bob James, Jura Books, Australian Workers for A Self-Managed Society, etc.
AUSTRALIAN BILL OF RIGHTS BILL 1985, 2pp, in PP 1139. The bill is a typical governmental bill and as such objectionable. Compare the private drafts of human rights codes compiled in PP 589/590. – J.Z.
AUSTRALIAN CASH ORDERS LIMITED, Summary of Provisions of the Money-Lenders and Infants Loans Act, 1941, 1p, in PP 803.
AUSTRALIAN ECONOMICS NEWSLETTER, Spring to Winter 88 samples, 44 pp, in PP 848.
AUSTRALIAN ETHICAL INVESTMENT TRUST & AUSTRALIAN ETHICAL EQUITIES TRUST, The Ethical Investments, 1995, 38pp: 7, in PP 1483.
AUSTRALIAN ETHICAL INVESTMENT TRUST & EQUITIES TRUST, 2ppleaflet: 161, in PP 1515.
AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ENQUIRY, List of subjects, 80-82, PP 145/46. (6000pp of 250 public submissions were microfilmed by CIC.) List of the Public Submissions that are offered on microfiche by C.I.C., Congress Information Centre, 11pp, in PP 803.
AUSTRALIAN FLUORIDATION NEWS, THE, 2 samples, 82, 85, 8pp, 29x, in PP 727.
AUSTRALIAN FREE ENTERPRISE FOUNDATION, AFEF, 1986, 1p adv., 29x, in PP 737.
AUSTRALIAN FREE PRESS, Nos. 23/25, Nov. 14, 1969, 2pp: 91. No. 27, Dec. 4., 69, 2pp, 93, in PP 1395. On drugs.
AUSTRALIAN FREEDOM ADDRESSES, 1981, 16pp, in PP 388. A 1/95 and 6/85 update appeared but only in photocopies. I am working on another update and will film that, again. The problem is usually: all too little feedback. And I am not prepared to support the continuing paper addiction of most people at my expense and risk. If those listed had been open-minded towards micrographics and a few of my favourite radical libertarian ideas, I might have bothered to update it regularly. There must be hundreds of Australian freedom lovers with PCs. Why don’t they do it? And those who do have pro-freedom mailing lists. Why do they hog them? Why don’t they combine them and make them more useful by adding special interests, which would facilitate special collaborations? Why is that not done internationally, more comprehensively than in LINE? – J.Z. – See Directories.
AUSTRALIAN FREEDOM ADDRESSES, September 1997, compiled by John Zube, 84pp A 4, reduced, in PP 20 (new edition).
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT PUBLISHING SERVICE, List of Human Rights Publications, 1986, 4pp, in PP 786.
AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE SOCIETY, THE, pamphlet, 5pp, 24x, in PP 347-348.
AUSTRALIAN LEAGUE OF RIGHTS, 4pp, in PP 467.
AUSTRALIAN LIBERTARIANISM, 907-910p515. See Progress Party, Workers Party, Libertarianism, Center for Independent Studies, LMP, OPTIMISM.
AUSTRALIAN PRIVACY FOUNDATION, NATIONAL CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE I.D. CARD, Why the I.D. Card Must Be Stopped NOW!, 8pp, in PP 274. – In the meantime our abusers have used the tax file numbers, they forced upon us, against us, e.g. to open up private bank accounts to them. J.Z.
AUSTRALIAN PRIVACY FOUNDATION, National Campaign Against the I.D. Card. Why the I.D. Card Must Be Stopped NOW! 8pp, in PP 274: 133. – The Australian Government used the tax file numbers instead.
AUSTRALIAN RIGHTS MOVEMENT, THE, (Georgist) July 1987, Principles and Policies, 16pp, 29x, in PP 723.
AUSTRALIAN SPECTRUM, THE, 1986 directory by Archives Project, 48pp, 42x, in PP 637. An annual directory to Australian Associations exists – but contains all too few pro-freedom addresses.
AUSTRALIAN SURVIVOR, Background Briefing: MICROFICHE, May 86, 4pp, with hints towards Survival Fiche, in PP 907-910. – A.S. did not survive. It relied on paper rather than on fiche. – J.Z.
AUSTRALIAN TEACHERS’ FEDERATION, Charter of the Rights of the Child, 1969, 12 collectivist claims, 48x, in PP 589/590.
AUSTRALIAN, THE, “We Won’t Sell You Out”, issue 8, August 96, 8pp, in PP 1367/68: 212. – According to its documents the 1688 Bill of Rights still applies to Australia, including its armed self-defence right. – J.Z.
AUSTRALIAN, THE, Automatic Doomsday Machine, 12 Oct. 93, 1p, AP., in PP 1366 : 125. – Apparently, this computerized automatic launch system has still not been dismantled. One madman, computer malfunction or accident might still set it off! At least my own computer systems had numerous malfunctions, as well as my operator errors. – J.Z., 3.12.96.
AUSTRALIAN, THE, Big Brother Has his Eye on the Teachers, 1965, 2pp, 36x, in PP 714.
AUSTRALIAN, THE, Singapore blazes trail towards a cashless society, 21 Jan. 86 clipping, 1p, 29x, in PP 742. In other words, towards total tax subjugation of all exchanges using payments, as long as coercive tribute levying continues. J.Z.
AUSTRALIAN, THE, Tax Cuts Should Be Delivered Immediately, Editorial, 26 April 88, 1p, in PP 807.
AUSTRALIANS FOR COMMON SENSE, FREEDOM & RESPONSIBILITY, ACFR, Leaflets, 8pp, 1985: 136, in PP 1505.
AUSTRALIANS FOR COMMONSENSE, FREEDOM & RESPONSIBILITY, ACFR, Are You Concerned? Leaflet, 6pp: 127, in PP 1475.
AUSTRALIANS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY, 4pp leaflet, in PP 1366: 113. – As a panarchist I have nothing against a monarchy for monarchists or a republic for republicans. – J.Z., 3.12.96.
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, 19 B, 847, 850, 866, 958, 1042, 1114, see Carl Menger, Hayek, Hazlitt, Mises, Rothbard. See also under Crises, Depressions, Inflation, Monetary Freedom, Privatization, Free Enterprise, Markets etc. It has not yet fully explored the monetary freedom options and their consequences. In this the
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, EXTERNALITIES IN, A Dissertation, by CORDATO, ROY E., George Mason University, Washington, 1986, 180pp, in PP 958.
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, See: EBELING, RICHARD M., Austrian Economics – An Annotated Bibliography, 4pp: 45; 4pp: 93, in PP 1463/64.
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Understanding “Austrian” Economics, 12pp reprint from THE FREEMAN, Feb. 81, in PP 24. See: SMART, WILLIAM.
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, Friedman vs. The Austrians, Part II: Was There an Inflationary Boom in the 1920’s? 2pp from THE FREEMAN, April 1995, in PP 1519.
AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS: HARPER, F.A., Austrian School Economics, A Resume, 1966, 12pp, Institute for Humane Studies, in PP 1417: 1.AUTARCHY vs. ANARCHY, PP 167.
AUTHORITARIANISM: BUMPAS, JIM, The Arrogance of Authority, 75, 5pp, in PP 1371/72: 39. – LYNX, CANADA, Authority: Theirs, ours or nobody’s? 77, 17pp, in PP 1371/72: 87, a review of BALDELLI, GIOVANNI, Social Anarchism, 1972, Penguin, 192pp.
AUTHORITARIANISM, PP 370, 378 – 380, 412p184, 571, 696,
AUTHORITIES, WHO AUTHORIZES THEM? PP 1020.
AUTHORITY or ANARCHY? PP 957 (Wilhelm Marr, 1852, in German.)
AUTHORITY, CHALLENGE TO, PP 418/19p178, 696, 1157,
Author’s address: B.P. 225, Noumea, New Caledonia, South Pacific.
AUTOGESTION, GESTION DIRECTE, GESTION OUVRIERE, PP 1063.
AUTOGESTIONE, Giugno/Agosto 1985, No. 11, Revista Trimestrale Per L’Azione Anarcosindacalista, Rome, 68pp, in PP 1236.
AUTOMATION: JONES, JOYCE, Automation: Part I — Modern Luddites, 11pp, in PP 1376: 104; Part II — Government Therapy, 10pp, in PP 1376: 118.
AUTOMATION, PP 984, 1146, 1156, see: BROZEN, YALE, Automation: The Retreating Catastrophe, 14pp, in PP 984.
AUTOMATION: SARGENT, LYMAN TOWER, Automation & Anarchism, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 271.
AUTONOMOUS GROUP WORK, See: DUBREUIL, HYACINTHE.
AUTONOMOUS WORK GROUPS, PP 12, 13, 294 – 297, see also COOPERATIVES, AUTONOMY, PP 961, AVARICE, PP 977.AUTONOMY, See: W., S., Autonomy and Federalism, 4pp: 133, in PP1515. See: BLACKWELL, RUSSELL, Autonomy and Responsibility, 4pp: 135, in PP 1515. See: COY, WALTER, Autonomy and Social Movements, 1p: 137, in PP 1515.
AVEBURY, Lord, Free Trade, 1904, 164pp, 29x, in PP 609.AVERILL, A.H., Argument Submitted in Opposition to the Full Rental Value Land Tax and Homemakers’ Loan Fund Amendment, in PP 1265, on Single Tax.
AVERY, TOM, Libertarians for Gay Rights, 1p: 79, in PP 501. – THORNDALE, ERIC, Gay Rights and the Tub of State, 2pp: 80, in PP 501.
AVES, ERNEST, Co-operative Industry, 1907, 310pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 819.
AVIATION POLICY, PP 719.
AVILA, ROBERT JAMES, Whither Goest the Libertarian? Being an inquiry into the SOUL and STYLE of certain “mass movements”, 4pp, in PP 1409/10: 213.
AVRAM, Duke of, The, reports on his Royal Bank of Avram, the Duchy of Avram, Tasmania, an individual secession, in practice, if not in theory, in On Panarchy No. IX, 29x, 55pp, in PP 689.
AVRICH, PAUL, Alexander Berkman, 3pp, 36x, in PP 412, p318.
AVRICH, PAUL, An Anarchist Life : Mollie Steiner, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p437.
AVRICH, PAUL, Anarchism in Russia, 7pp, 36x, in PP 412, p279.
AVRICH, PAUL, Anarchist Collection at the Library of Congress, incomplete listing, 87pp, in PP 966.
AVRICH, PAUL, Bakunin and the United States, 21pp, reprint from International Review of Social History, Vol. XXIV, 1979, part 3, in PP 981.
AVRICH, PAUL, Kropotkin in America, 34pp reprint from International Review of Social History, Vol. XXV, 1980, part I, in PP 981.
AVRICH, PAUL, On the New Class: A Libertarian Critique, 2pp: 6, in PP 1501.
AVRICH, PAUL, Pedro Kropotkin, el principle anarquista, 2pp: 55, in PP 1494.
AVRICH, PAUL, see ROSEMONT, FRANKLIN, A New Look at Haymarket, a 2pp review of: The Haymarket Tragedy, by Paul Avrich, Princeton U.P., 550pp, from INDUSTRIAL WORKER, Chicago, May 85, in PP 1109. – If his books were not copyrighted, I would microfiche all of them. – Anarchists, even those opposing copyrights, have often to claim them or to allow their publishers to claim them, in order to get their titles published in print on paper. And they continue to ignore, as a rule, their microfiche self-publishing options. Paul Avrich is one of the few who has sent me at least some of his writings for filming. Too many anarchist writings are hidden in libraries, inacessible to most people, in most places, most of the time. What appears in most anarchist centers is often only a poor selection of some of the least researched and least thought through and therefore most popular anarchist output. Paul Avrich, is now probably the foremost scholarly anarchist historian. However, anarchist intellectuals have still to get their publishing acts together, rejecting methods and media that are not sufficiently affordable, permanent, efficient and comprehensive. and their readers have to give up the habit or hope of expecting to find, some day, everything cheaply and permanently in print on paper. – J.Z.
AVRICH, PAUL, Voltairine de Cleyre, here only a 2pp review by S.E. Parker, in PP 1420/22: 493.
AWE, THE IMPORTANCE OF, PP 308.
AYLMER, G.E., The Meaning and Definition of “Property” in 17th-Century England, PAST & PRESENT 86, Feb. 80, 87-97, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1451, headed: Property in 17th-Century England.
AYN RAND LINKS, Objectivist site for fans of Ayn Rand. Hint only. , in PP 1541/42: 414.
AYN RAND, To Young Scientists, 2pp, in PP 1132.AZOREAN FIGHT FOR FREEDOM, PP 387/88.