B.U.U.F., Brisbane Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1p: 122, in PP 1492.

BAADE, ROBERT A. & BAST, CAROL DIANE, Stadium Won’t Satisfy Taxpayers’ Appetite for Economic Growth, 1987, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BAADE, ROBERT A., Is There an Economic Rationale for Subsidizing Sports Stadiums? 1987, 28pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BABIN, N. and ANASHKIN, G., “Freedom of the Individual in the USSR” (A Soviet propaganda tract! – J.Z.), 92 pp, 29x, in PP 622. – Alas, the Soviet Bureaucracy is still predominant in the former USSR in 1994, after “liberation”. One of its fruits is a gallopping inflation, causing economic disaster and chaos, just like Marx and Engels predicted and intended. Under the monetary despotism of a central bank a “former” communist country remains, essentially, still totalitarian & communistic in its economic structure, just like our Western democracies and republics and constitutional monarchies. All the crimes and mistakes of this bureaucracy will probably be called those of a non-existing free-enterprise capitalism or laissez-fare economy and lead to a revival of totalitarian state socialism. – Here, too, anarchists and libertarians have failed to come forward with attractive alternative programs, in time. How can we expect them to enlighten the population of other countries sufficiently, when they haven’t even managed their own enlightenment as yet, well enough? – and are not even unanimously advocate individual secessionism and exterritorial autonomy or freedom of action or experimental freedom in the political, economic and social spheres. Thus oppression and bloodshed go on and on and most people are accessory to the facts of these crimes. – J.Z.

BACANSKAS, JOSEPH, Anarcho-Libertarianism: A Defense, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 88.

BACANSKAS, JOSEPH, The Learning Process, 4pp, in PP 1409/10: 141.

BACKMAN, JULES, Wages and Prices, FEE, 1947, 88pp, in PP 1113.

BACON, FRANCIS, 1561 – 1626, Extract from NEW ATLANTIS, in PP 1349: 1. – An early Ideas Archive proposal.

BACON, KENNETH H., College Seniors Fail to Make Grade, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1910.

BACON, MICHAEL ET AL, Celebrating Libertarian Education, 1p, in PP 1357.

BACQUE, JAMES, Other Losses, An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans After World War II. Here only a 3pp introduction, in PP 1161. Compare BECKERATH, ULRICH VON, Military Jiu-Jitsu, or: How Chinese Soldiers Determined the Limits of Military Obedience, in PP 16-11, pp 241-44. Such moral & common sense approaches to peace are still rare – ca. 80 years later! Compare: COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY, AIR RAIDS, NUCLEAR WAR THREAT. – J.Z.

BAD BRIGAGE, Deregulating Drug Use, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1869.

BAD BROADSIDES, Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade, Nos.1 -16: 76 – 92, in PP 1452: Deregulating Drug Use, an anarchist perspective, BAD Broadside No. 1, 1p, 76; Abolish All Prisons!, No. 2, 1p, 77; Winnie Mandela, Queerbashing, and the Left, No. 3, 1p, 79; A Defence of the Freedom to Be Left Alone, No. 4, 1p, 80; An Anarchist Defence of Pornography, No. 5, 1p, 81; Anarchism and Civility, No. 6, 1p, 82; No Justice, No Peace, No Excuse, No. 7, 1p, 83; Voting Anarchists: An Oxymoron or What?, No. 8, 1p, 84; The Power and the Prophet, No. 9, 1p, 85; Insult & Injury, Ideas & Actions. An Anarchist Defence of Unlimited Freedom of Expression, No. 10, 1p, 86; Principles & Polarities, No. 11, 1p,87; Anarchism: Communist or Individualist? Both. No. 12, 1p, 88; Risky Business, No. 13, 1p, 89; Individualism, Anarchy, & Compassion, No. 14, 1p, 90; Death & Anarchy, No. 15, 1p, 91; An Anarchist Case against Gun Control, No. 16, 1p, 92.

BADCOCK, CHRISTOPHER, The Freedom of the Gene, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 191. – Freedom and rights make sense only for rational beings, not for genetic biological material – unless it is as complete as in a human embrio. – Animals have only the right not to be cruelly treated or unnecessarily killed. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

BADCOCK, JOHN, Jr., Sklaven der Pflicht, 27 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

BADCOCK, JOHN, Jr., Slaves to Duty, 1894, 23pp, from 1972 reprint by Ralph Myles, in PP 897. With notes by James J. Martin. – Also: 25pp: 31, in PP 1501.

BADCOCK, JOHN, When Love is Liberty and Nature Law, 1893 lecture, 32pp, in PP 962.

BADEN, JOHN & FORT, RODNEY D., Natural Resources and Bureaucratic Predators, POLICY REVIEW 11, Winter 80, 69-82, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p783, headed: Resources and Bureaucrats as Predators.

BADEN, JOHN, A Welfare Plan for U.S. Oil, TWSJ, 18 Dec. 87, 1p, in PP 1158.

BADEN, JOHN, STROUP, RICHARD & THURMON, WALTER, Myths, Admonitions and Rationality: The American Indian as a Resource Manager, paper presented for the Center for Political Economy and Natural Resources, Montana State Univ., Jan. 30, 79, 18pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p790, headed: Indians, Property, and Conservation.

BADEN-POWELL, GEORGE, STATE AID AND STATE INTERFERENCE. Illustrated by Results in Commerce and Industry, 1882, 284pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 420.

BADER, ALFRED, Vom Staat zur Kommune – von der Autoritaet zur Anarchie! 1910, 9 S., 29x, in PP 349. (Eher: Von einer Autoritaet zu einer anderen. Jedes TERRITORIALE politische und oekonomische System ist insofern totalitaer. J.Z.)

BADERO, JOHN, The Population Bogey-Bomb, 1979, 1p, 36x, in PP 381. See OVERPOPULATION.

BAECHLER, BRUCE, Right-to-Work Laws Are not Libertarian, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 445.

BAER, STEVEN et al, We Can Rescue Our Children, see under Walberg, Herbert J., in PP 1107.

BAETJER, HOWARD, Jr., Does Welfare Diminish Poverty? 6pp: 544, in PP 1529- 33.

BAGINSKI, MAX, The Pioneer of Communist Anarchism in America, 4pp, on John Most, in PP 1359.

BAHAI STATEMENT: The Promise of World Peace, 16pp, by the Universal House of Justice, in PP 274.

BAHAI STATEMENT: The Promise of World Peace, by the Universal House of Justice, 16pp, in PP 274: 149.

BAHAIS: Religion as a Cause of Unity among Mankind, Universal Language, International Tribunal, 1964, 35 lines, 29x, in PP 1 & 2. (Only sect or church with such a peace programme. However, they want to leave the specifics, even the choice of an international language, to a future world parliament. Faith, as usual, in most cases gets in the way of actual reform, unless it is a faith in freedom. J.Z.)

BAHR, HERMANN, Der Richter, 1910, 5 S., 29x, in PP 349.

BAHR, ROBERT, Sexual Deviants, or a Deviant Society? 1p on exhibitionism, in PP 1343/44: 1891.

BAIER, KURT, Rationality and Morality, ERKENNTNIS, Holland, 11, 1977, 197-223, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p80. Headed: Individual Rationality.

BAIER, RICHARD J., II, Ethics and Life, 5pp: 22, in PP 1479.

BAIER, RICHARD J., II, On Sociobiology: Evolution and Ethics, 10pp: 45, in PP 1479.

BAILES, HOWARD, Technology and Imperialism: A Case Study of the Victorian Army in Africa, VICTORIAN STUDIES 24, Aut. 80, 83-104, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1399, headed : The Strategy and Logistics of Empire.

BAILEY III, JOHN E., with REBECCA A. BAILEY, JAMES H. CLARKSON & DIANE SIEGMANN: VOLUNTARY EDUCATION: A Reference Guide to Starting and Operating a Private School, 57pp, 36x, in PP 345.

BAILEY, PETER H., Why Australia Needs a Bill of Rights, 5pp, in PP 1139.

BAILIE, WILLIAM, Josiah Warren, The First American Anarchist. A sociological study, 1906, 1972, 135pp, 24x, in PP 109-110.

BAILIE, WILLIAM, Problems of Anarchism, in LIBERTY, Nos. 253ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

BAILYN, BERNARD, 1976: A Year of Challenge – A World Transformed, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS, USA, 19, 1976, 437-466, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p71. Headed: Freedom and Creativity.

BAIM, DEAN, Comparison of Publicly & Privately Owned Sports Arenas and Stadiums, 1985, 12pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BAIRD, HENRY CAREY, The Necessary Foundations of Individual and National Well-being, and of Civilization, 20pp, 29x, in PP 602.

BAIRD, NEWTON D., The Mystery in Conrad’s Lord Jim, 6pp: 705, in PP 1457/62.

BAIRER, RICHARD J., Some Thoughts on Choice, 7pp: 134, in PP 1479.

BAKALIS, MICHAEL J. et al, We Can Rescue Our Children, see under Walberg, Herbert J., in PP 1107.

BAKER, A.H., Wilhelm Reich and Women’s Liberation, 9pp, 36x, in PP 412, p245.

BAKER, A.J., Remarks on George Orwell, 5pp: 18, in PP 1471.

BAKER, HELEN, Compulsory Education? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 200.

BAKER, JIM & PEACOTT, JOE, Regulated to Death, Anarchist Arguments against Government Intervention in our Lives, Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade, BAD Press Pamphlet No. 3, June 1992, 29pp, in PP 1228.

BAKER, JIM, Max Eastman, 5pp, 1960: 86, in PP 1471.

BAKER, JIM, Reich’s Criticism of Freud, 2pp: 101, in PP 1471.

BAKER, KEN, An Australian Bill of Rights, Pro and Contra, edited by Ken Baker, in IOP Policy Issues 4, 46pp, in PP 1139. The bill objected to is a typical governmental bill. Compare the private drafts of human rights codes, compiled in PP 589/590.

BAKER, POLLY, or OLTON, SARA, Free Love in “Ye Olden Time”, ca. 3pp: 86, in PP 1481.

BAKER, ROBERT P., An Approach to Libertarian Jurisprudence, 5pp, in PP 274.

BAKER, ROBERT P., On Libertarian Jurisprudence, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

BAKER, ROBERT P., Relativity, 1p: 551, in PP 1457/62. – A mini – short story on another death of a soldier. – J.Z.

BAKER, ROBERT P., Some Aspects of Libertarian Revolution, 12pp, in PP 274: 104.

BAKER, ROBERT P., Statute Law and Judicial Interpretations (on compulsory schooling), 33pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

BAKER, ROBERT P., The Mercenary “Menace”, 3pp, in PP 274.

BAKUNIN & KROPOTKIN, Die Pariser Kommune, 1871, 37 S.: BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Proklamation der Revolutionaeren Foederation der Kommunen, 1 S., 1870, und: Die Commune von Paris und der Staatsbegriff, 1871, 15 S., mit Peter Kropotkin, Die Pariser Kommune, 13 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE, 16, in PP 1155.

BAKUNIN, 412, 955, 1074, 1154. See MUELLER, HANS, Michael Bakunin, Der revolutionaere Anarchismus, Zuerich, 1919, 31pp, in PP 1074.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Auszuege aus seinen Schriften, 5 S.: 15, in PP1523.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Das Unfassbare Individuum, 19921, 70pp, in recent reprint. From: Das Knutogermanische Kaiserreich, which by Reclus and Tucker was extracted into “God and the State”. Appeared 1968 in Rotbuch 7, titled: “Animalitaet und Empoerung”. In PP 1230. Are all his writings finally published? – J.Z.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Der Staat, 2 S., in PP 1322: 62.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Die Prinzipien der Revolution, 1969, 6 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 1, in PP 1154.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, God or Labour. The Two Camps, 6pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Integral Education, four essays from EGALITE, Geneva, between July & August 1869, 11 pp, in THE ANARCHIST ENCYCLOPAEDIA, Fol. 2, March 1986, in PP 1235.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Natural Law and Authority, 1871, 2pp, in PP 1150.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, On Federal Union, 2pp: 119, in PP 1480.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, On the Social Upheaval, 4pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Organization from Below, 2pp, in PP 1328: 142.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Politics and the State, 1871, 3pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Proklamation der Revolutionaeren Foederation der Kommunen, 1 S., 1870, und: Die Commune von Paris und der Staatsbegriff, 1871, 15 S., in PP 1155.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Review by Paul Eltzbacher, 1900, 17pp, 24x, in PP 208.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, See: BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Bakunin u. die Theorie des Staates. Vorrede zur Rekonstruction der bakunistischen Oekonomie in der Auseinandersetzung mit Marx, undated paper, 11 S., in PP 1417: 45.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Sozialismus und Freiheit, 14 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 1, in PP 1154.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Capitalist System, first full English translation, an excerpt from: The Knouto-Germanic Empire and the Social Revolution, included in the complete works under the title “Fragment”. 1993, Libertarian Labor Review, an anarcho – syndicalist journal, Champaign, IL, 15pp, in PP 497/498 & in PP 1477. Here he is merely an uncritical follower of Marx. – That he opposed the politics of Marx is not much of a consolation for following his economics. – J.Z.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Class War, 1870, 3pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Commune, the Church & the State, 21pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The German Crisis, 1870, 4pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Organization of the International, 1969, 7pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Policy of the Council, 1969, 6pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Political Theology of Mazzini…, in LIBERTY, Nos. 87ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Red Association, 1870, 5pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Workers and the Sphinx, 1867, 6pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, The Workers’ Path to Freedom, 1867, 4pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL, Where I Stand, 4pp, in PP 1,044.

BAKUNIN, MICHAEL: ECKHARDT, WOLFGANG, Bakunin in deutscher Sprache…, 13 S., in PP 1408: 75.

BAKUNIN, See: ANARCHIST COMMUNIST FEDERATION, Basic Bakunin, 1993 P.A.C. Reprint, 16pp: 99, in PP 1493.

BAKUNIN, See: MUELLER, HANS, Michael Bakunin und der revolutionaere Anarchismus, 1919, 21 S.: 94, in PP 1503.

BALANCE BUDGET AMENDMENTS, See: STUMM, JIM, Balance Budget Amendments, 1/2p, in PP 1318/1319: 53,

BALANCE OF TRADE, See: BLOCK, WALTER, A Positive Balance of Trade, 1p: 98, in PP 1515.

BALANCED LIVING, published by School of Living, edited by Mildred J. Loomis, 3 samples, all on hand: 14/3, March 58, 14/6: July 58, 15/5: May 59, total of 68pp, in PP 995. If I had them, I would like to reproduce at least all those issues with anarchist and monetary freedom contents. – J.Z.

BALDELLI, GIOVANNI, see DICKENS, BOB, Review of Giovanni Baldelli, Social Anarchism, 1971, 1p, in PP 1151.

BALDELLI, GIOVANNI, Social Anarchism, 1971. – Here only a review: Social Totalitarianism, by FRANCIS ELLINGHAM, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 314.

BALDWIN, HENRY DE FOREST, Address in memory of W.G. Sumner, 8pp, 29x, in PP 239.

BALDWIN, ROGER N., From Pupil to Teacher, 3pp, on Kropotkin, 24x, in PP 281.

BALK, ALFRED, International Editor of the Year, 5pp: 109, in PP 1506/07.

BALKANSKI, G., La Bazoj de Anarkiismo, n.d., 147pp, in PP 1134. – Do not blame me for the badly printed original! – J.Z.

BALKIN, STEVEN, Franchising Means Business for the Poor, 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BALL, ALAN M., Russia’s Last Capitalists: The NEP-men, 1921-29, 1990, 226pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

BALL, B.W., Some Considerations in Ethics, 14pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, 29x, in PP 373-375.

BALL, CARLOS A., A Beacon of Freedom, 1p, WSJ, Apr. 12, 96, in PP 1393: 111. – On Leonard E. Read and FEE.

BALL, JOSEPH H., The Union Drive for Power, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 241.

BALL, MARTIN, Liberate the Roads! The Benefits that Will Come from Road Privatization, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

BALL, Ray & BOWERS, John, The Resource Rent Tax: A Penalty on Risk-Taking, CIS, 1984, 20pp, 36x, in PP 720.

BALL, RAY, Beyond the Current Pessimism, CIS Occasional Papers 18, based on an address of 1986, 1987, 31pp, in PP 1147.

BALL, Ray, The Australian Stockbroking Cartel, 20pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

BALL, SIDNEY, Individualism and Socialism, 1898, Economic Review, 7pp, 29x, in PP 609.

BALL, SIDNEY, The Moral Aspects of Socialism, 29pp, 1909, a socialist view, 36x, in PP 340.

BALL, TERENCE, Utilitarianism, Feminism, and the Franchise: James Mill and his Critics, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, Spring 80, 91-115, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1456, headed: James Mill’s Utilitarian Feminism.

BALLANTYNE, TOM, State control of aviation costly for travellers, 92 clipping, 1p, in PP 480.

BALLEW, JOSEPH H., Assault on American Sovereignty, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 333. – On the UN vs. the U.S. Nothing on the U.S. & U.N. vs. individual sovereignty. – Every national and international sovereignty is an assault on individual sovereignty. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

BALLOONING, See: ANDERSON, ERIC G., Gypsies of the Sky, 8pp on ballooning: 58, in PP 1506/07. – I find the potential of Zeppelins more interesting. – One is based locally, but only commercially used to make photographs of real estate from the air. It is not even manned but electronically steered for this from the ground. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

BAN THE BORDERS, n.d., unsigned, 1p for free travel for everyone, everywhere and at all times – starting now, in PP 1105.

BANCEL, A.-D., Le Cooperatisme, Paris, 1901, 251pp, in PP 1070.

BANCROFT, George, 1800-1891, A Plea for the Constitution of the United States, Wounded in the House of Its Guardians, from 1983 reprint, 89pp, 29x, in PP 731.

BAND, DAVID, Unintended Consequences and Unthinkable Solutions, with comments by Martin Krygier and Hugh High, 44pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

BANDOCH, WILLIAM V., Jr. & BLOCK, WALTER, Do Technological Improvements Create Unemployment? 1p, from CHALCEDON REPORT, Sep. 97: 199, in PP 1470.

BANDOW, DOUG, A Case for Immigration, 1p, in PP 277/278: 231.

BANDOW, DOUG, Disbarring State Bar from its Monopoly, 1p, in PP 1356.

BANDOW, DOUG, Don’t Pull Up America’s Refugee Ladder, 1989, 1p, in CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. The right to asylum or free migration, is still widely denied, as it was to victims of the Nazi regime, not only by governments but even among libertarians. This is one of the many disastrous consequences of not recognizing and realizing monetary freedom, leaving untouched monetary despotism, with its effects upon employment and wealth. See: Asylum, Immigration, Unemployment, Borders, On Panarchy. – J.Z.

BANDOW, DOUG, Economic Means for Environmental Ends, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. On Walter Block’s book: Economics & the Environment, Fraser Institute, 332pp.

BANDOW, DOUG, Irrationality of Drug Laws, 1p, in PP 277/278: 206.

BANDOW, DOUG, Law Threatens Consumers, 1p, in PP 277/278: 198.

BANDOW, DOUG, Maybe Maryland Should Choose Between Amateur and Pro Ball, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BANDOW, DOUG, National Service was 1989 casualty, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BANDOW, DOUG, Phase Out the US Troops in Korea, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. With a fraction of the bloodshed & expenses for troops, tyrannicide could be sponsored – against mad rulers striving for nuclear power. Imagine the official man-hunt that would take place, nationally and internationally, and the funds that would be spent, if PRIVATE terrorists got hold of such mass murder devices. Alas, there are still all too strong remnants left of the old mentality, formerly expressed with: The King can do no wrong and the people have so far tolerated anti-people mass murder devices – while “gun control” is popular among them. – J.Z.

BANDOW, DOUG, Pigging Out at the Public Trough, on J.R. Dumouchel: The Government Assistance Almanac, 1989-90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BANDOW, DOUG, The Home Builders’ Wish-List, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. I asked the publicity officer of the Cato Institute for permission to reproduce their minor papers, newsletters and manuscripts that they could not afford to publish. That was in 1990. No reply by 1999. Do not expect them to be much more responsive than official bureaucrats are! Are some of those blokes afraid for their sinecures, once microfilm would take off among libertarians? Or have they no imagination for the potential of an affordable medium for freedom lovers and others? – J.Z.

BANDOW, DOUG, The IMF Doesn’t Deserve a Capital Boost, 5pp, in PP 499.

BANDOW, DOUGLAS, Irrationality of Drug Laws, 1p, in PP 278.

BANDURA, ALBERT, Self-efficacy: Toward a Unifying Theory of Behavioral Change, PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW, 84, 1977, 191-215, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p178. Headed: Self-Responsibility.

BANDURA, ALBERT, Self-Referent Thought: A Developmental Analysis of Self-Efficacy, GESTALT THEORY 2, 1980, 147-174, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1683, headed: How Self-Efficacy Develops.

BANFIELD, EDWARD C., The Unheavenly City, review by ROTHBARD, 1p: 29, in PP 1468.

BANISTER, SCOTT, Frequently Asked Questions about Libertarianism, 1994, 6pp, in PP 1535: 66. – Now part of Free-Market.Net and the Henry Hazlitt Foundation. Send questions or comments to feedback@free-market.net.

BANISTER, SCOTT, Libertarian Web, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1535: 160. – banister@uiuc.edu – YAHOO cut me off twice when I tried to explore more than 200 files in one batch. – I have either to learn to narrow my searches or to learn to cut off this cutting off process. – J.Z.

BANK BAIL-OUTS, See: MAURICE, CHARLES S., Who Should Bail Out the Banks? 2pp: 79, in PP 1469. – When bankers malinvest billions (A$ 905 billion in Japan alone, according to Sydney Morning Herald, 9 May 98) then at the very least all those working in a bank, as well as all shareholders in banks, should be held personally responsible with all of their private property for such losses. In this sphere limited responsibility companies should be ended. That should make them a little more responsible in their supervisory efforts and in the granting of loans. However, even the sharpest discipline would be no substitute for full

BANK OF DANZIG, Revival attempt, 742, 810. (What could happen, if monetary freedom advocates got hold of the charter of a defunct central bank of issue and revived it, somewhere, locally, or even internationally, as a bank of note issue, not for a forced currency but for one a freely competing one, with local note – issuing branches, operating on sound principles of note issue for a local and competitive currency and operating a free clearing network? For such a permission a revived Bank of Danzig should be prepared to renounce all claims to its gold reserves, which were, I believe, stored in London. By now there would be few surviving citizens of the Danzig Free State of 1939. But their children and grandchildren should be able to raise such claims, too, in part restitution of the wrongs committed by the Nazi Regime. I am afraid that my father, a former Danzig citizen, may have had its gold reserves in mind with his plan or just seen in it another opportunity to realize his ESAG plan. As for me, I prefer more direct approaches towards monetary freedom. On the black market, at least various central bank issues do already compete locally with the inflated, deflated or stagflated paper money of the locals State’s central bank. But that offers not enough choice, opportunities, liberties and monetary rights. – J.Z.)

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Implications of Rent Control, 1980, CIS, 6pp, 29x, in PP 397.

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Rent Control and Property Investment, 1980, CIS, 5pp, 29x, in PP 397.


BANKING AND CURRENCY REFORM LEAGUE, THE, A Short Explanation and Statement of Aims of the League, n.d., 8pp, in PP 806.

BANKING BUSINESS, OLDER AND NEWER POINT OF VIEW, 428ff: S.142, 732, 906, 1032/33.

BANKING PRINCIPLE, PP 300, see Real Bills Doctrine, Monetary Freedom.


BANKING, Borsodi view, PP 906.

BANKING, PP 745, 787, 793, 810, 818, 1104, 1105. See Monetary Freedom, Central Banking, Monetary Despotism.

BANKNOTES & BILLS OF EXCHANGE, PP 300, 428ff: p196, see Real Bills Doctrine, Monetary Freedom.



BANNARD, OTTO T., Address in memory of W.G. Sumner, 1910, 3pp, 29x in PP 239.

BANNERMAN, DAVID S., No need for migrant control, 1p letter, 96, in PP 1393: 124. – Judging by Japanese figures, “Australia could support 2.4 billion people”. Government “actions” have managed to impoverish many of its present 18 million and rendered ca. 1 1/2 million unemployed, among the youth up to 40%. – J.Z.

BANQUET OF LIFE, PP 242, 1074.

BARANOWSKY, WOLFGANG, Es gibt keinen Idealismus, 2 S., in PP 1351. – In seinem Kopfe wohl nicht. – J.Z.

BARBARIC ART, PP 199. (Did Spencer foresee “modern” art? J.Z.)


BARBER, DAVID & CHENERY, SUSAN, Land claim haka has Kiwis shaking, 2pp, 95, clipping on “land rights”, in PP 467.

BARBER, JOHN, The Establishment of Intellectual Orthodoxy in the USSR 1928-1934, PAST AND PRESENT 83, May 79, 141-164, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1187, headed: Soviet Intellectual Orthodoxy.

BARBER, THOMAS H., Where We Are At, 1950, 1972, The Right Wing Individualistic Tradition in America, 256pp, in PP 1310: 1-116. – This seems to be one of the many titles which Arno Press, Scribener’s and FEE have allowed to get out of print. Does it matter if some of the figures are out of date, if the principles, practices and institutions are just the same? Has freedom already won so many battles that it can now do without some of its guns, ammunition and some of its veterans? – J.Z.

BARBER, WILLIAM J., The U.S.: Economists in a Pluralistic Polity, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Fall 81, 513-547, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1674, headed: “Political” Economists.

BARBIER, HANS D., Wirtschaftspolitik nach der Baisse, FAZ 6.6.87, 1 S. clipping, in PP 793.

BARBOUR, HUGH, William Penn, Model of Protestant Liberalism, CHURCH HISTORY 48, June 79, 156-173, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p888, headed: William Penn: Religious Liberal.

BARDSLEY, ANN C., My Loyalty Oath, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

BARGER, MELVIN D., Back Door Press Control, 9pp: 169, in PP 1529-33.

BARGER, MELVIN D., Private Mail Could be a Public Boon, 7pp: 109, in PP 1529- 33.

BARGER, MELVIN D., The Losing Struggle to Save Private Enterprise, 7pp: 235, in PP 1529- 33.

BARGER, MELVIN D., What Killed Ma Bell? 9pp, THE FREEMAN, 4/84, in PP 893. No monopoly can live forever. All are born with inherent deadly diseases and defects, which sooner or later overwhelm them, in spite of their coercively obtained privileges. – J.Z.

BARGER, MELVIN D., What Killed Ma Bell? 9pp: 538, in PP 1529- 33.

BARID, NEWTON D., Review of: GLIAUDA, JURGIS, Simas, 2pp: 723, in PP 1457/62. – On refusals to grant asylum. – I read recently somewhere, but can’t lay my hands on this reference, that one of the international conventions makes it illegal, in one of its clauses, to refuse asylum whenever life or freedom of the applicant are threatened in the country he fled from. If this is widely enough interpreted, to include e.g. the suppression of economic rights, then the “economic refugees” should be granted asylum status, too, instead of being imprisoned, sometimes for years, as happened in Australia, and then forcefully deported. By this standard Australians should have the right to asylum, everywhere, as well. E.g., freedom from oppressive taxes are involved – and all taxes are oppressive, destructive and exploitative. – J.Z., 15.5.1998.

BARISIC, SONJA, Libertarians discuss pros of drug re-legalization, 1p clipping, in PP 478.

BARIUM CYNOSURES, THE, No. 51, 2pp sample copy, 29x, in PP 729.

BARK, GEORG R., Dr., Boden als Geld, Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Papiergeldes, Berlin, 190, 99pp, in PP 813.

BARKER, BEN, Abundance and Scarcity, 8pp: 411, in PP 1529- 33.

BARLETT, BRUCE, Politics vs. the Environment. Industrial Policy, 1p, in PP 278.

BARLOW, JOHN PERRY, A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace, 96-02-09, 3pp, in PP 1355: 107.

BARNARD, WILLIAM FRANCIS, An ein freies Weib, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.

BAR-NAVI, ELIE, La Ligue Parisienne (1585-94): Ancetre des partis totalitaires modernes? FRENCH HISTORICAL STUDIES 11, Spring 79, 29-57, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1185, headed: The Parisian League.

BARNES & NOBLE, Book Search on Extraterritoriality, 1999, result, 3 titles, 1p, in PP 1539: 119.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, A Rational View of the Sex Issue, n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1507, in PP 1208.BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Blasting the Historical Blackout in Britain, n.d., 42pp, with 6pp of notes of John Zube, 29x, in PP 410.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Foreword to M.H.Cochran, Germany Not Guilty in 1914, n.d., 10: 2, in PP 1500.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Pearl Harbor after a Quarter of a Century, 124pp, with a 6pp introduction by Murray N. Rothbard, in PP 984.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, 1p, review by JAMES J. MARTIN, in PP 1367/68: 76.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Review of: Rene A. Wormser, The Myth of the Good and Bad Nations, 1 1/2 pp, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Science versus Religion as a Guide to Life, 1929, 32pp, LBB No. 1462, in PP 1208.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Were the Founding Fathers Pious Angels and Plaster Saints? n.d., 31pp, LBB No. 1586, in PP 1209.

BARNES, HARRY ELMER, William F. Rickenbacker Tackles the Revisionists, 3pp, 24x, in PP 55.

BARNES, JAMES N., Let’s Save Antarctica, a review of his book with a note by J.Zube, on the “let’s save the xyz” mania, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

BARNES, JUDI, The Case for Women’s Rights, SLL leaflet, 3pp, 24x, in PP 182.

BARNES, Mr., The Terranian National Constitution, 3rd. draft, 1972, 75 human rights articles, 48x, in PP 589/590.

BARNES, RUSSELL, Anarchist Then – and Now. Emma Goldman in Windsor, Keeps Faith, 1p from THE DETROIT NEWS, May 19, 39, in PP 1359: 14.

BARNETT, John, Why a $ 2,000 Car Costs $ 15,000, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

BARNETT, RANDY E., Pursuing Justice in a Free Society, I. Power vs. Liberty; II. Crime Prevention and the Legal Order, 1985/86, 1990, 47pp, in PP 1135.

BARNETT, RANDY E., The Justice of Restitution, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 25, 1980, 117-132, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1579, headed: Restitution vs. Punishment & Crime Prevention.

BARNETT, RANDY E., Toward a Theory of Legal Naturalism, JOURNAL OF LIBERTARIAN STUDIES 2, 1978, 97-107, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p581, headed: Legal Naturalism and Just Legal Systems.

BARNETT, RANDY E., Why the Ninth Amendment? 4pp: 169, in PP 1463/64.

BARNETT, RANDY EVAN, Review of: VEATCH, HENRY B, Aristotle: A Contemporary Appreciation, 1p: 80, in PP 1468.

BARNETT, RANDY, Restitution : A New Paradigm of Criminal Justice, ETHICS, USA, 87, 1977, 279-301, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p94. Headed: Justice as Restitution.

BARNHILL, J.B., Do you think you can Govern Yourself cheaper than you can hire it done? If so, you want this book. 1p leaflet, 1919, in favour of Henry Replogle’s writings, 29x, in PP 687.

BARNUM, DAVID G., Freedom of Assembly and the Hostile Audience in Anglo-American Law, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW 29, Winter 81, 59-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1773, headed: Freedom of Assembly vs. “Heckler’s Veto”. – While some forms of persistent heckling amounts to mere shouting down and infringes freedom of speech and information, other forms can express and improve upon it. Why do so many believe that being invited and on a raised platform gives them the right not to be heckled at all? – J.Z.

BARON, AL, Imprisonment without Trial: The Lorrain Osman Case, 1991, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BARR, JOHN F. to ZUBE, JOHN, 28.2.90 & 18.4.91, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 393.

BARRET, STEPHEN, The Dark Side of Linus Pauling’s Legacy, 4pp:439, in PP 1293/95. Compare the later defences in the same PP issue.

BARRETT, GEORGE, Objections to Anarchism, Freedom Press pamphlet, 1921, 29x, in PP 612.

BARRETT, GEORGE, The Last War, Pirate Press, 1990, reproduces 3 of his essays: The Anarchist Revolution, 22pp, Objections to Anarchism, 32pp & The Last War, 32pp, total of 74pp, introduction by FREEDOM, May 1947, 1p, in PP 477.

BARRETT, GRAHAM, U.K. Eyes Mururuoa for N-tests, 1p clipping, in PP 1279.

BARRETT, MORRIS, Legalizing Drugs Shows Compassion, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BARRETT, WILLIAM, The Shape of the Future : American Version, in: The Illusion of Technique: A Search for Meaning in a Technological Civilization, Garden City, Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979, ch.15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1300, headed : Human Individuality and Autonomy.

BARROW, STUART, Stalin’s Usurpation of Power. A Libertarian Analysis, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 27, 4pp: 35, in PP 1487.

BARROWCLOUGH, NIKKI, The Brat Pack of Politics, on aspiring young Australian politicians, 6pp from SMH, The Good Weekend, 29x, in PP 928.

BARRUE, JEAN, En Lisant “L’Unique”, 24pp et introductions: Stirner: De L’Education, in PP 1142.

BARRUE, JEAN, Morale Sans Obligation Ni Sanction et Morale Anarchiste, 1986, 31pp, in LES CAHIERS DU VENT DU CH’MIN, No.8, in PP 1064.

BARRY, NORMAN P., A Defence of Liberalism against Politics, INDIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 41, June 80, 171-197, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1771, headed: Liberalism vs. Politics.

BARRY, NORMAN, An Individualist’s View of Marriage & the Family, 1988, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 43, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Such articles, being made part of an economics series, might strengthen the Leftist bias against “bourgeois” families as supposedly based purely on economics. – J.Z.)

BARRY, NORMAN, The Crisis in Law, CIS Occasional Papers 23, 1989, 18pp, in PP 1146.

BARRY, NORMAN, The Economics and Philosophy of Socialism, 1986, 8pp, LA Economic Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BARRY, NORMAN, The Tradition of Spontaneous Order, a bibliographical essay from LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, Sum. 82, in PP 1373/75: 71ff.

BARRY, NORMAN, The Tradition of Spontaneous Order, a bibliographical essay in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1204p1705, 52pp.

BARTER AMERICA, Thriving Without Money, Back to Barter: The New Way to Beat Inflation, 2pp, 1981, 29x, in PP 865. – The way to fully beat inflation is to really end it by repealing legal tender and the central bank’s issue monopoly. – J.Z.


BARTER, 80-82, 423, 577, 645, 731, 739, 865, 867, 905, 912, 971, 995, see CLEARING. Much of the computerized “barter” trading taking place today is actually computerized clearing, using for its payment settlements, in its circles, an optional monetary standard but no physical means of exchange. I can become fully effective only once is can be freely extended to the payment of wages and salaries. Two recent Australian barter firms promised to send but have not sent me information on their business. Apparently it is for contributing members only and, with the usual short-sightednes, they fear rather than welcome imitators. One of them is BARTER CARD: (008) 804800, the other TRADE BANK, Sydney, (02) 796 4411. The latter offered “interest free loans”. I called both, in vain, on 15 Nov. 93. Perhaps you can extract some more information from them – and share it with me? The local LETS EXCHANGE promised me a paper & I paid for it, months ago, but still have not received it. The organizers objected against me handing out monetary freedom leaflets at one of its public meetings, in which Michael Linton spoke. The visitors would only be confused thereby! They promised to send them to members rather. They may have done so. Anyhow, no response at all was received from them, either. Linton, according to his talk, some questions and a short exchange, seems to have rather simple-minded notions regarding the unlimited growth and usefulness of his system. I explained to him that membership would be useless to me. The local yokels do not want my output: microfiche, and I am not interested in their all too limited listed offers. He wanted me to join, nevertheless! Unlimited clearing would, indeed, be to everybody’s benefit. But computerized garage sales and some computerized internal and external exchanges between businessmen are simply not enough to establish it. Most monetary reformers proceed as if monetary legislation and authorities did not exist. But it is interesting that Linton was so far not bothered by them. – J.Z.

BARTER, Das Wirtschaftsmagazin fuer Verrechnungsgeschaefte, Nr. 1, 1989, 36 S., sample only, 29x, in PP 912. In very small print. Use larger that 29x magnification lenses!

BARTER: HESS, KARL, Barter : A Way to Survive, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 853.

BARTH, ALAN, The Roots of Limited Government, 4pp, in PP 499. Excerpt from his essay : The Heritage of Civil Liberties, in his book: The Rights of Free Men, 1984.

BARTH, ROLAND S., Open Education and the American School, 1p review by WILLIAM DANKS, in PP 1367/68: 81.

BARTLETT, BRUCE, In Defense of Supply-Side Economics. 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 25.

BARTLETT, BRUCE, Macaulay: Defender of Capitalism, 4pp: 203, in PP 1529- 33.

BARTLETT, BRUCE, Politics vs. the Environment. Industrial Policy, 1p, in PP 277/278: 241.

BARTLETT, BRUCE, The Popularity of Keynes, 3pp, in PP 995.

BARTMANN, Bernard. and J. Zube, Neue Bildungswege – Freedom in Education, 1987, 250pp, 29x, PP 712/713.

BARTON HEPBURN, A., A History of Currency in the United States, rev. ed., N.Y., 1924, 10pp extract, especially on the issue of clearing house certificates 1893 & 1907, during currency famines, in PP 795.

BARTSCH, GUENTER, Der Internationale Anarchismus, 1862 – 1972, 1972, 67 S., in PP 1125.

BARZUN, JACQUES, Teacher in America, Liberty Press, 502pp, 2pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 312, in PP 1529- 33.

BASCOM, JOHN, The Interests of the Farmer Indefinitely Postponed, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 602.BASIL, GUY, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre and the Idea of Harmony, STANFORD FRENCH REVIEW 2, Fall 78, 209-222, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p829, headed: Artistic and Cosmic Harmony.

BAST, DIANE CAROL, In Defence of Private Prisons, 1986, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104. Compare my own essay on the subject. Very quietly some private prisons have been established by now. However, they remain under government regulations, labour market and monetary restrictions, i.e. are not FREE enterprises in several respects. – J.Z.

BAST, DIANE CAROL, Set-Aside Programs Fail Key Tests, 1989, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. – On the reservation of public works contracts for certain minorities. – J.Z.

BAST, DIANE CAROL, The Rights Solution to O’Hare Noise, 1983, 3pp, on airport, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, DIANE, MAYER FREED, DANIEL POLSBY & THOMAS ULEN, Disadvantaged Business Se-Aside Programs: An Evaluation, 59pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BAST, JOE, to ZUBE, JOHN, 6.2.84, 1p, in PP 1086.

BAST, JOSEPH & DIANE, COMING OUT OF THE ICE, 1990, The Heartland Institute, Chicago, 369pp, in PP 1106. Joseph and Diane are editors. A Plan to Make the 1990’s Illinois’ Decade, an EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, Heartland Institute, March 1990, 12pp, in PP 1107.

BAST, JOSEPH L. & HODGE, SCOTT A., How Illinois Compares, 1984, 15pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L. & LEPHARDT, GEORGE P., The Economics of Taxicab Deregulation, 1985, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BAST, JOSEPH L. & LOGAN, CHARLES H., Could Private Jails Be the Answer? 1989, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L. & WALBERG, HERBERT J., How to Improve the Public Schools, 1989, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L. et al, We Can Rescue Our Children, see under Walberg, Herbert J., in PP 1107.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Airline Safety & the Crash of Flight 232, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Another Tax Battle Brews, 1988, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. (As long as the taxpayers remain unarmed, unorganized and untrained as well as uninformed or prejudiced on voluntary financing alternatives, for competitively supplied “public” public services, not much of a “battle” will take place. Instead we get prolonged, fruitless and costly struggles benefiting largely only lawyers and accountants and a few informers. However, as long as politicians and bureaucrats can pocket the proceeds, they are now often willing to “privatize”, while the cheated taxpayers look complacently on or even cheer! Privatization vouchers, to taxpayers, have made some limited headway but their optimal extension, to all “public” assets, in one swoop, is still not publicly discussed. Instead of becoming rich or even millionaires, through expropriating the bureaucracy, the complacent sheep dream of winning highly e.g. in highly taxed State lotteries! Official muggers auctioning off their “proceeds” – while the victims look on! My view, not, necessarily, that of J.L. Bast! – J.Z.)

BAST, JOSEPH L., Coming Out of the Ice, 1989, here only in a 1p summary of this book, in PP 1101.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Corporate Subsidies & Illinois Demise, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., et al, Tax Climate in Wisconsin: An Analysis of State & Local Taxes, 1987, 28pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BAST, JOSEPH L., How Good Is Illinois’ Constitution? 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Illinois’ Tax Debacle of 1989, 89, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Subsidizing Sports Stadiums: Is it Worth it? 1990, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Taxicab Deregulation, n.d., ca. 84/85, 2pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., The Fight over Cab Deregulation in Chicago, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BAST, JOSEPH L., The Non-Problem of High Credit Card Interest Rates, 88, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. – Here they continued to charge over 20% while the official interest rate had fallen to ca. 2 – 3%. Apparently still insufficient competition among credit card suppliers & lack of sense among their users. It took years to get some adjustments. Time factors for currency supplies and reflux arrangements, wage, price and interest rate adaptions are still insufficiently researched, even among Austrian economists. – J.Z.

BAST, JOSEPH L., The Sunday Car Sale Ban, 1985, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Why School Spending Equalization Is a Red Herring, 1990, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Will Illinois Move in the Wrong Direction? 1987, 5pp, on Illinois State and Local Taxes & their effect on employment growth, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BAST, JOSEPH L., Would You Do Business Here? 1985, 3pp, on Illinois public policy, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

BASTABLE, C.F., The Theory of International Trade, 1897, 29x, in PP 619.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, 1801 – 1950, French memorial brochure from Mugron, 1951, 99pp, with contributions by Rene Soubaigne, Pierre Soubaigne, Pierre Voitelier, Michet Petit, Rene Cuzacq, Emile Daru, Aparisi-Serres & Docteur Delay, in PP 1230.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Ausgewaehlte Volkswirtschaftliche und Politische Schriften, uebersetzt von Karl Julius Bergius, 1859, 2 volumes, 600 S., 29x, PP 666/667 BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Capital and Interest, 48pp, 29x, in PP 547.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas, 5th. ed., Paris, 1879, 63pp, with a bibliography, 29x, in PP 546.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Economic Harmonies, 1860, 1873, translated by P.J. Sterling, 244pp, 36x, in PP 343.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Economic Sophisms, adapted to 1885 by E.R. Pearce-Edgcumbe, in 80pp, 29x, in PP 411.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Economic Sophisms, translation by P.J. Sterling, 1873, 240pp, 29x, in PP 484 & 36x, in PP 654. (Not having finished a complete listing, I managed to forget the previous issue and doubled up! J.Z.)

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Essays on Political Economy, containing: Capital and Interest, 48pp, That which Is Seen and that which Is not Seen, 72pp, Government, 19pp, What Is Money? 37pp (with some notes by John Zube), The Law, 65pp, 29x, in PP 547.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Government, 19pp, 29x, in PP 547.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Harmonies of Political Economy, 1860, 555pp, indexed, translated by Patrick James Stirling, with a biography, 36x, PP 343.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, How to Work More and Have Less, 1p, 24x, in PP 12.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Kapital und Zins, Briefwechsel mit Proudhon, herausgegeben von Arthur Muelberger, 1896. Den letzten Brief B.’s hat M. in dieser Ausgabe absichtlich ausgelassen! 29x, in PP 617.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Le Circle Frederic Bastiat, introductory leaflet, 5pp, in PP 1279.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, LE LIBRE-ECHANGE, journal du Travail Agricole, Industriel et Commercial, Paris, 1846, 1847, premier annee, Nos. 1-52, 29 November 1846 – 21 November 1847, 416pp, not quite complete, in PP 1340/42. – To me Bastiat is so important that I would like to get all his writings and publications completely, permanently and cheaply published, through me or someone else, in all major languages, at least on microfiche. – I would also like to suggest that all his own and all related writings should be scanned and reproduced on one to several text-only CD-ROMs, in at least one French and one English edition. That would make the retrieval of any particilar passage, idea or argument much more easy. – J.Z.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Oeuvres Completes, 6 volumes, from the 2nd. and 4th. ed., 1854, 1860, 1862, 29x, on 6 microfiche, PP 660-665. – Provide me with a complete German and English edition & I would film them, too. if copyrights claims are no obstacles. I hate to see classical writers still monopolized by modern translations or edited editions. This has for instance been done to Bastiat’s & Quesnay’s work. J.Z.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Prawo, Podstawy Racjonalnej I Sprawieliwej Organizacji Panstwa, 1986, 69pp, Polish edition of The Law, with 3pp of correspondence between Mrs. Bettina Bien Greaves and Thomas Gavis, editor of STANCZYK, in PP 1,090.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, see BRUNEL, CHARLES, Bastiat et la Reaction, Contre le Pessimisme Economique, These Pour le Doctorat, Paris, 1901, 94pp, in PP 1090. See NOUVION, GEORGES de, Frederic Bastiat, Sa Vie – Ses Oeuvres, Se Doctrines, paris, 1905, 370pp, & BRUEL, LUIS, Bastiat et Le Libre Echange, Paris, 1931, 158pp, in PP 1100. See REYBAUD, M. LOUIS, Economistes Modernes, – M. Richard Cobden, M. Frederic Bastiat, M. Michel Chevalier, M. John Stuart Mill, M. Leon Faucher & M. Pellegrino Rossi, Paris, 1862, 439pp, in PP 1096.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, See the 3 titles on Bastiat in PP 1230, by P. Ronce, 314pp, Daru & Hauret, 18pp and a memorial brochure, 99pp.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, See: SULLIVAN, MARK, Ricardo and Bastiat: Value Theory and the Concept of Rent as Unearned Income, 10pp, n.d., in PP 1249.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Seen & Unseen – The Broken Window, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 272.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Something Else, 5 pp, 29x, in PP 602.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Spoliation and Law, first in Journal des Economistes, May 15, 1850, here in 17 pp from part III of Sophisms of Protection, Paris, 1863 – 1888, in PP 1090. I did not film the whole book since all the other articles of it are

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, That which Is Seen and That which Is not Seen, 72pp, 29x, in PP 547.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, The Law, 65pp, 29x, in PP 547, see the study guide by SHELLY, THOMAS J., 15pp, in PP 1092.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, The State, 7pp, in PP 1418: 27.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, Volkswirtschaftliche Harmonien, 1850, 368pp, mit 4 S. Anmerkungen von J. Zube, 24x, PP 326.

BASTIAT, FREDERIC, What Is Money? 37pp, with some notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 547.

BASTIAT: DAWSON, DAVID J., Organized Justice, or Organized Injustice? Review of: BASTIAT, FREDERIC, The Law, 4pp, in PP 1376: 289.

BASU, KAUSHIK, Information and Strategy in Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma, THEORY AND DECISION, Holland, 8, 1977, 293-298, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p81. Headed: Self-Interest and Social Good.

BATAILLE, GEORGES, La struttura psycologica del fascismo, 1990, 93pp, sent by ANDREA CHERSI, years ago, in PP 1349: 95.

BATES, THOMAS R., Gramsci and the Theory of Hegemony, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, USA, 36, 1975, 351-366, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p65. Headed: Hegemony.

BATTAGLIA, DON, Competition Void Where Prohibited By Law? 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BATTALIO, RAYMOND C.; KAGEL, JOHN H.; & REYNOLDS, MORGAN, Income Distribution in Two Experimental Economies, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, USA, 1977, 1259-1271, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p104. Headed: Unequal Income.

BAUDEAU, ABBE, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.


BAUER, P.T. & YAMEY, B.S., Foreign Aid, LA leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 424.

BAUER, P.T., Interest Rates, Wage Costs and Unemployment, 1p: 45, in PP 1469.

BAUER, P.T., Western Guilt & Third World Poverty, 11pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p344.

BAUER, P.T., Why Should Marx Have an Appeal? 2pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p64.

BAUER, PETER & YAMEY, BASIL, Against Foreign Aid, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 23, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BAUER, PETER, The Market in the Dock, POLICY REVIEW, Fall 79, 101-121, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1005, headed: The Free Market & the Third World.

BAUM, R.F., Sorokin, Popper, and the Philosophy of History, THE INTERCOLLEGIATE REVIEW, USA, 21, 1972, 21-31, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p76. Headed: Social Dynamics.

BAUM, R.G., Notes on Progress and Historical Recurrence, THE INTERCOLLEGIATE REVIEW 13, 1978, 67-78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p480, headed: Progress, Naturalism, and Religion.

BAUMANN, Herbert, Dr., Anarchismus und Paedagogik, 6pp, 36x, in PP 736.

BAUME, MICHAEL, Liberating Australia, on Singleton & Howard: Rip Van Australia, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p203.

BAUMGARTH, WILLIAM, Hayek and Political Order: The Rule of Law, JOURNAL OF LIBERTARIAN STUDIES 2, Winter 78, 11-28, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p578, headed: Hayek and the Rule of Law.

BAUMOL, WILLIAM J., Say’s (at least) Eight Laws, or What Say and James Mill May Really Have Meant, ECONOMICS, Uk, 44, May 1977, 145-161, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p196. Headed: Say’s Law of Markets. – Most discussions ignore that Say’s Law or laws only apply under conditions of monetary and clearing freedom. Say may have presumed that freedom to exist. – J.Z.

BAVARIAN ILLUMINATI, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 401.

BAVARIAN ILLUMINATI, 4pp from Robert Shea’s papers: I/11,12 Zeittracht, 5728 A.M., in PP 1279.

BAWLY, DAN, The Subterranean Economy, McGraw-Hill, 187pp, 3 pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 329, in PP 1529- 33.

BAX, C, Kropotkin on Law, 1980, 12pp, 29x, in PP 509.BAX, ERNEST BELFORT & LEVY, J. HIAM, SOCIALISM AND INDIVIDUALISM, n.d., published by The Personal Rights Association, 159pp, 29x, in PP 356.

BAXTER, CHARLES M., Silverstone – der Weltdiktator, 7 S., in PP 1351: Ueber Gallup und oeffentliche Meinung.

BAXTER, JAMES FLETCHER, Man the Choicemaker, 1994, 6pp, a Christian – libertarian statement, in PP 1207.

BAXTER, JAMES J., 65, The Real Story, 2pp, on speed limit, in PP 1343/44: 1907.

BAXTER, RENE, Tax Revolt, 1975, 35pp, in PP 1134.

BAY, CHRISTIAN, Peace and Critical Knowledge as Human Rights, POLITICAL THEORY 8, Aug. 90, 293-318, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1473, headed: Rights, Liberty, and Priorities.

BAYRISCHE VEREINSBANK, Zeittafel des Geldes, 1974, 4pp, 48x, in PP 739.

BCI JOURNAL, 1. Jahrgang, Nr. 1, August 1988, 32 S., in German, in fine print. Use higher than 29x, magnification! Sample only, in PP 912.

BEACH, MICHAEL HICKS, M.P., “Protection Run Mad” and Fiscal Federation, 1891, 4pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

BEALE, BOB, Greenhouse gas holds key to the creation of top crop, clipping, 1p, 95, in PP 495. Indicates how the greenhouse effect could increase harvests.

BEALE, HERALD G., Lincoln vs. Liberty, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 227.

BEALE, HERALD G., Wall St. & the Left, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 200.

BEALE, LEWIS, The Latest Word on Drugs: Legalization, 1989, 1p, on David Boaz: Prohibition didn’t work in the 1920/s and it isn’t working now, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BEALE, TRUXTUN, The Man versus The State, A collection of Essays by Herbert Spencer, edited by Truxtun Beale, with critical and interpretative comments by William Howard Taft, Charles W. Eliot, Elihu Root, Henry Cabot Lodge, David Jayne Hill, Nicholas Murray Butler, E.H. Gary, Harlan F. Stone, Augustus P. Gardner, 1916, 368pp, in PP 1316: 1- 89.

BEALE, TRUXTUN, The State vs. The Man in America, 3pp, in PP 1316.

BEARCE, ROBERT G., John Witherspoon: Disciple of Freedom, THE FREEMAN, May 77, 9pp, in PP 806.

BEARCE, ROBERT, The Spirit of Freedom, 9pp: 610, in PP 1529- 33.

BEARD, D.C., Shelters, Shacks and Shanties, 1914, 259pp, here only 1p leaflet, in PP 1171.

BEARDEN, Thomas E., Fer-De-Lance Briefing: Soviet Scalar Electromagnetic Weapons, 3pp, from: BULLETIN, Committee to Restore the Constitution,No. 291, September 1986, 29x, in PP 691.

BEATTIE, ROBERT, Letter to COMMONWEAL AND WORKERS ADVOCATE, Nov. 1891, 1p, 24x, in PP 244.

BEATTIE, ROGER, Free Market Conservation, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 66.

BEATTIE, ROGER, Licence to Pollute, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 218. – Rather: Liberty to sue polluters, e.g. in class actions before competitive courts. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

BEATTY, GREG, The Anaquist Manifesto, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BEATTY, GREG, What Is a Government? 2pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BEATTY, JOSEPH, Because I Is Mine: A Critique of Egoism, THE PERSONALIST 60, April 79, 186-200, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1084, headed: Is Egoism Subjectivist?

BEATTY, JOSEPH, Radical Change and Rational Argument, ETHICS, USA, 87, 1976, 66-74, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p90. Headed: Reason and Change.

BEAULIEU, PAUL LEROY, Collectivism, A Study of the Leading Social Questions of the Day, abridged and translated by Sir Arthur Clay, 1908, 343pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 489.

BEAULIEU, PAUL LEROY, The Modern State, 1891, 215pp, 29x, in PP 599.


BECHARA, DENNIS, Another View of Consumerism, FEE, 1977, ca. 7pp, in PP 998.

BECHARA, DENNIS, Eminent Domain and the Rule of Law, 10pp: 593, in PP 1529- 33.

BECHARA, DENNIS, The Development of Puerto Rico, 13pp: 334, in PP1529- 33.

BECHARA, DENNIS, The Rising Protectionist Tide, 6pp, 1983: 423, in PP 1529- 33.

BECHARA, DENNIS, Unions and Government Employment, 9pp: 533, in PP 1529- 33.

BECK & GOERDELER, Regierungserklaerung, 20 Juli 1944, 4 S., 36x, in PP 774. (Opposition to the Hitler Regime should have inspired more comprehensive liberation efforts. J.Z.)

BECK, C.H., VERLAG, Muenchen, 2pp on its expensive printed & fiched works, pages 526-527 in PP 907-910.

BECK, JOHN H., Property Taxation and the Illinois Constitution, 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BECK, JOHN H., Selective Tax Abatements: Do They Work? 1987, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BECK, LEWIS WHITE, Introduction, 8pp, to Kant, Eternal Peace, in PP 1130.

BECKER, CARL L., The Declaration of Independence, review only, by JONES, JOYCE, History without Meaning: 7pp, in PP 1376: 195.

BECKER, GARY S., Too Much Government Is what Ails the Third World, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1872.

BECKER, JILLIAN, Another Final Battle on the State of History. (On terrorism.) L.A., 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.

BECKER, KARL, Die Geschichte des Freien Denkens, eine chronologische Darstellung in Tabellen, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1134.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von & ZUBE, JOHN, A Summary of the Teachings of the German School on Money : Some Principles of Monetary Theory Represented by Rittershausen, Milhaud, Zander et al, pp 3pp, 24x, in PP 41.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von & ZUBE, JOHN, TOLERANCE: The Case for Economic and Political TOLERANCE as the only sound policy, 32pp, 24x, in PP 42-44. 2nd. edition, 15PP, 29x, in PP 415.

BECKERATH, ULRICH VON & ZUBE, JOHN, Vorlaeufiges Programm der Gesellschaft Zur Reform der Gesetzgebung und Verwaltung Berlins, 1958, 5 S. , in PP 1538: 200. – An institution that could not only petition or make suggestions for improvements but enforce improvements, which the bureaucracy is unwilling to make or make fast, doing this at its own expense, but with the right to be credited with the savings thus achieved. It could thus shrink the bureaucracy while becoming a financially powerful organization in favour of reduction of government and reduction of government waste. – J.Z.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber kanadisches Geldwesen, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 64, 67, 237, 1207.BECKERATH, ULRICH von, 1882 – 1969, Einige Bemerkungen zu dem in meinen Schriften dargelegten Sozialsystem, 3 S., von 26. 1. 46 & 3.9.53, ueber die Zahlungsfaehigkeit als Element der Gesellschaftsordnung, in PP 1307: 123. – Hierzu gehoert auch eine seiner Notizen vom 22.X.54: “Wenn die Menschen die Unrechtmaessigkeit des Geldmonopols nur instinktiv FUEHLEN, sich dessen eigentliche Natur aber nicht KLAR MACHEN und daher z.B. das Emissionsrecht nicht fordern, so kommen sie unvermeidlich auf das spartanisch = platonische Wirtschaftssystem.” – J.Z., 21.1.1996.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, 1882-1969, Zur Freiheit, zum Frieden und zur Gerechtigkeit (Towards Peace, Freedom and Justice), mostly in German, a collection of papers, notes and letters, with contributions by several other writers, on almost 5000 documents in 39 microfiche, 29x, in PP 428-466. Still to be alphabetically indexed, together with a large supplement of such papers that is planned for this series. Kurzes Inhaltsverzeichnis von PP 428-466, 5pp, 48x, in PP 647, 8pp, 29x, in PP 741.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, A Programme for the Immediate Abolition of Unemployment, 7pp, 1933, 29x, in PP 544.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, A Summary of the German Monetary Freedom School, 29x, in PP 526/527.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an Dr. E. Foerster, Wien, 28.3.1933, mit Anmerkungen ueber das Eisenbahngeld, 7pp: 46, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an Dr. MANN, 21.5.1953, 3 S.: 116, in PP 1455. – Ueber Geldfreiheit. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an KORTMANN, EGON, 28.10.1953, 1 S.: 118, in PP 1455.- Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH VON, an MANN, Dr., 29.9.1957, 5 S., in PP 804, with an English translation of a significant segment of this letter, containing 8 major points in B.’s liberation program.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, 8.12.1936, 1p: 63, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, on self-management options, pages 460, 462 & 464, 29x, in PP 294-297.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an RUNGE, Dr., 21.6.1956, 3 S., in PP 804.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an SVEISTRUP, Prof., Oktober 1938, 5 S., 29x, in PP 372.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an ZANDER, WALTER, 7.4.1950, 2pp: 63, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, an ZUBE, JOHN, Brief v. 10.6.1956 ueber Kant: Zum Ewigen Frieden, in PP 789.


BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Anmerkungen zu Kant: Grundlegung zur Metaphysic der Sitten, 10 S., 29x, in PP 398.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Anmerkungen zu Rittershausen: Der Neubau des Deutschen Kreditsystems, 2 S., 24x in PP 315.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Anmerkungen zu Theodor Hertzka, Freilands Wirtschaftsordnung, 3S., 16.7.55, 24x, in PP 377.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Anmerkungen, zu Dr. Horst Engert, Das Historische Denken Max Stirners, 4S., 24x, in PP 330.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Aphorismen zum Geldproblem, 1931. – Aphorisms on the money problem, 29x, in PP 428ff, S.287, & PP 586/587.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Aufruf von Eisenbahngeld durch die Bahn? 10.7.1933, 2 S.: 115, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Aus der Volkswirtschaftslehre: Hat man Beispiele dafuer, dass ein Fortschritt der Mathematik auch fuer die Volkswirtschaft Bedeutung hatte? 5 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Banken gegen Bausparkassen in Amerika, 3 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Banknoten sind typisierte Wechsel und ihre Sicherung gegen Inflation, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 196.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Bausparkassen und Banken, 1 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Beleihungsgrundsaetze bei einer englischen Arbeiter-Bausparkasse, 4 S., 24x in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, BERLIN PROGRAMME, THE, of the Berlin Society of 1952 to Combat the Causes of Unemployment, 22pp, 24x, in PP 41.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Blowing Up the Whole Soviet System – without Atomic Weapons, 2pp, 1950, 29x, in PP 1&2.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Brief an Dr. Mann, 29.9.57, mit 8 Punkten ueber Menschenrechte, insbesondere wirtschaftliche Rechte, with translation: 8 Points on Human Rights, 48x, in PP 589/590, also 29x, in PP 617.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Chinesische Soldaten bestimmten die Grenzen des militaerischen Gehorsams, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2101. An English translation: Military Jiu Jitsu or, How Chinese Soldiers determined the limits of military obedience, has been reproduced in PP 16-18.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Chocolate Bombs on the Towns, Explosives on the Furnaces!, 1/2p, 29x, in PP 1&2.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Collective Responsibility, 9 short extracts, 1945-1959, 17pp, 29x, in PP 425.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Cosmopolitian Republicanism and Tolerance versus Anarchism or: On “anarchy” as an expression for a social condition, “anarchism”, as name for a political system believed to be suitable to bring about “anarchy” and “anarchist” as designation for adherents of anarchism, 6pp, 1957, 24x, in PP 7, with Human Rights Draft, 29x, in PP 506.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Creer DU TRAVAIL, DOIT-IL NECESSAIREMENT COUTER DE L’ARGENT? Comment en peut, suivant le projet Milhaud, financer des travaux publics sans faire appel au marche de l’argent. Suivi de quelques remarques sur le systeme. 1934, 160pp, 24x, PP 334.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Das Gold als Wertmesser, als Zahlungsmittel und als Kapital, 29x PP 428ff, S. 318.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Declaration about the Rights of the Unemployed to Exchange, to Supply themselves with Job Opportunities and to Undertake all Monetary and Financial Measures Justified and Required for this Purpose, 1951, 29x, in PP 545. In Deutsch: Erklaerung ueber das Recht sich Arbeit zu beschaffen, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 1735.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Der Englische Arbeiter als Bausparer, 2 S., 24x in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Der Zins als Ausgleichsbetrag, 4 S., 24x in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Der Zins bei Bausparkassen, 13 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Der Zins und das Recht auf den vollen Arbeitsertrag, 29x, PP 428ff, S.2199.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Ausrechnung der Wartezeit bei Bausparkassen, 4 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Diskontierung von Verrechnungswechseln, 16.4. 1953, 8pp, 29x, in PP 372.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Durchfuehrung der Vorschlaege von Milhaud, 1934, 102 S., 24x, in PP 347-348. – Wird eines Tages als eines seiner 3 klassischen Buecher ueber die Geldfreiheit anerkannt werden. – J.Z.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Gewaehrung langfristiger Kredite nach dem Verrechnungsprinzip, 29x, PP 428ff, S.814.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Sicherheit der Kaufkraft des Geldes by Bausparkassen, 9 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Sicherung der Goldwaehrung; Die Aufhebung der Geldentwertungsklausel; Aufrechnung unter Friedrich dem Grossen, 29x, PP 428ff, S.120.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Umwandlung jaehrlicher Zahlungen in monatliche, 2 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Vergleichung der Leistung zweier Bausparkassen, 4 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Die Wartezeit bei Englischen Bausparkassen, 2 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Draft of Conditions for the Next Peace Treaty with Russia, July, 1933, 5pp, 24x, in PP 14, 36x, in PP 61-63.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ein Bauspartarif, wie er NICHT sein soll, 4 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ein Rueckschritt im englischen Bausparwesen, 2 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ein Sofortprogramm zur Behebung der Arbeitslosigkeit, 29x, PP428ff, S.2311, 4195.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Eine Bausparkasse in alter Zeit, 3 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Eine Neue Notverordnung zur Behebung der Krise ( One New Emergency Law to End the Crisis), 1931, 29x, in PP 544. This German text is also in PP 428ff, S.277.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Anmerkungen ueber Stirner, 2 S., 29x, in PP 300.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Bemerkungen ueber das Eisenbahngeld, 26.6.1933, 2 S.: 115, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Bemerkungen zu dem ENTWURF: “Die Zukunft der Notendeckung durch Handelswechsel”, von Prof. H. Rittershausen, 1944, 10 S., 29x, in PP 300.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Bemerkungen zu im Jahre 1947 veroeffentlichten Vorschlaegen zur Waehrungsreform, 28.12.1950, eine Geld-Utopie, die die Abschaffung aller Geldgesetze annimmt, mit einer Erklaerung von 18 oekonomischen Rechten, insbesondere monetaeren, with translation (Some remarks to proposals published in 1947 on currency reform, a monetary utopia: no monetary legislation at all, what happen then? With a code of 18 economic, especially monetary rights: 48x, PP 589/590. The German text is also at 29x, in PP 428ff, S.1651.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Faktoren welche in dem neuen System den Umlauf der Zahlungsmittel beschleunigen und zwar voraussichtlich in viel staerkerem Ausmass als es im System von Silvio Gesell geschieht, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2200.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Formeln zur Bestimmung der Tendenz im Schadensverlauf, 7pp, 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Irrtuemer und Denkfehler des Vulgaer-Sozialismus, die im wissenschaftlichen Sozialismus keinen Platz haben, 29x, PP 428ff, S.2266.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Prinzipien zu einer Sozialordnung, die vielleicht in die von uns beabsichtigte Prinzipienerklaerung aufgenommen werden koennen, 29x, PP 428ff, S.2569. In German and translated: Some Principles on a Social Order…, 7 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige Saetze der von Milhaud, Rittershausen, Zander und anderen vertretenen Geldtheorie, die nicht als selbstverstaendlich angesehen werden koennen, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 1764, 2149.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Einige von der UN nicht kodifizierte Rechte des Menschen und Buergers, 8 Punkte, 26.5.56, with translation: 48x, in PP 589/590.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Entwurf zu Bestimmungen fuer den naechsten Frieden mit Russland, 4 S., 29x, in PP 399-401.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Entwurf zu einer Arbeitsbeschaffungsbank, 29x, PP 428ff, S.1670.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Freier Goldmarkt versus Einloesung, mit Anm. von H. Rittershausen, 29x, PP428ff, S. 869.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ganz andere Verhaeltnisse in England? 1 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Grundsaetze einer europaeischen Armee gegenueber den gezwungenermassen auf russischer Seite Kaempfenden, 29x, PP 428ff, S.1715.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Illusionen der Bausparer? 4 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Kreditversicherung und Muendelsicherheit, 1 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH VON, Krieg und gesunder Menschenverstand, 4 S., in PP 1351: Beckerath protestierte gegen diesen von Kurt Zube gewaehlten Titel und dagegen, dass er nicht anmerkte, dass es sich nur um einen Auszug aus einem Brief handelte.- Beckerath wollte eher einen Titel wie: Militaerisches Jiu-Jitsu oder Chinesische Soldaten bestimmten die Grenzen des militaerischen Gehorsams. – J.Z.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Letter to Dr. Schinnagel, containing a short liberation programme, 9 points, 1.5.59, 29x, in PP 544.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Letter to Henry Meulen on differences between their views on monetary freedom, 1935, 6pp, 24x, in PP 350-354. (Meulen never dared to publish such criticism! J.Z.)

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Massnamen bei einem Kriege mit einem diktatorisch regierten Staat, insbesondere zur Gewinnung der unterdrueckten Teile des Volkes, 29x, PP428ff, S.1224.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Military Jiu-Jitsu or: How Chinese Soldiers Determined the Limits of Military Obedience, extract from a 1957 letter, 4pp, 24x, in PP 16-18.

BECKERATH, Ulrich von, Monetaere Rechte zur Arbeitsbeschaffung, Entwurf, 21.5.56, with English translation : Monetary Rights for the Provision of Employment, Draft of May 21, 56, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740, 4 Points, draft of 21.5.1956, 48x, in PP. 589/590.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, MUSS ARBEITSBESCHAFFUNG GELD KOSTEN? Die Finanzierung oeffentlicher Arbeiten ohne Beanspruchung des Geldmarktes, nach den Vorschlaegen Milhauds, nebst einigen Bemerkungen ueber sein System, 165pp, aus: Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, 11. Jahrgang, Heft 1, Januar/Mai 1935, 29x, in PP 372.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Must Full Employment Cost Money? The Financing of Public Works without Recourse to the Money Market, according to Milhaud’s Proposals; with some Remarks on the latter, 1935, 97pp, 24x, in PP 10.

BECKERATH, ULRICH VON, Nachdenken ist immer nuetzlich, 1 S., in PP 1351: Ueber Pazifismus und Arbeitsbeschaffung. Der Titel war wieder von Kurt Zube gewaehlt. Ueber den Teil von B.’s Berlin Programm, der Berlin in ein Kapitalfluchtland haette umwandeln koennen. Hier nur interessant weil es anscheinend einer von nur zwei Faellen ist, in dem Kurt etwas von den militaerischen und finanziellen Ideen Beckerath’s reproduzierte. Kurt glaubte ein Sammler und Publizist fuer Ideen zu sein. Von einem Archiv fuer sie war bei ihm aber Nichts zu finden. Wenigstens die vielen und sozialreformerisch bedeutenden Ideen von Ulrich von Beckerath, den er fuer viele Jahre kannte und mit dem er eine ausfuehrliche Korrespondenz und viele Sitzungen hatte, hat er fuer Jahrzehnte vernachlaessigt. Warum? Wahrscheinlich weil sie ganz verschiedene Meinungen hatten z.B. ueber Zins, Astrologie, Roulette Systeme, Geldfreiheits – Moeglichkeiten, den WIR Plan u.s.w. und weil Beckerath seine Interessen und seine wenigstens voruebergehende Begeisterung fuer viele Ideen und Lehren, oft nur weil sie unorthodox waren, nicht voll oder genug teilte. Ich zaehlte einmal ueber 200 Sozialreformvorschlaege von Ulrich von Beckerath. Von denen ist in Kurt Zube’s Schriften ueber das “Ideen Archiv” fast Nichts zu finden. Aber, stattdessen, viel ueber Haar- Restorierungsmittel, Schoenheitssalben, Verkaufskniffe und dergleichen. Fast jeder Quack, Betrueger und Selbstbetrueger war fuer ihn, wenigstens fuer eine Weile, ein vielversprechendes “Genie”! – Kein Wunder, dass B. fuer Kurt Zube’s Art von Ideen – Archiv kein grosses Interesse zeigte. Mehr unter dem Einfluss von Ulrich von Beckerath als unter dem meines Vaters, seit 1952, habe ich mich mehr fuer ein Archiv von Sozialreformvorschlaegen und von “Peace Plans” interessiert. Kurt hat es wahrscheinlich oft bereut, dass er mir im Jahre 1952 empfahl doch einmal seinen alten Bekannten, Ulrich von Beckerath, zu besuchen. B. war damals schon 70 – und schon nach wenigen Minuten, in seiner von Buechern vollgestopften Wohnung (Buecher auch auf und unter Tischen und Stuehlen – und er wusste genau wo jedes war und jede Stelle darin, die er brauchte!), belehrte er mich ueber den Zwangskurs und seinen Zusammenhang mit der Inflation, den ich bis dahin garnicht beachtet hatte, ebensowenig wie die meisten Professoren der Volkswirtschaft. Von da an wanderten Kurt Z. und ich immer mehr auf verschiedenen Pfaden. Z.B., Kurt erwaehnte Mikrofilm als eine Moeglichkeit fuer sein Ideen Archiv – aber erforschte niemals niemals seine Kosten- und Arbeitsersparnisse und gebrauchte sie nicht. Als Verleger wurde er daher nicht hundertmal so produktiv wie er es mit Mikrofilm haette sein koennen. Er blieb am Papier kleben. Und das kostete ihn ein Vermoegen. – J.Z., 31.10. 1996.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Nuclear Disarmament, Right or Wrong my Country? & Defensive Appeals, extract from a letter to Mrs. V., 11 Dec. 1954, 4pp, 24x, in PP 16-18.

BECKERATH, Ulrich von, Oeffentliches Versicherungswesen u. Verrechnungsgeld. Die Entwicklungsmoegichkeiten des Versicherungswesens in Asien und besonders Irans bei Anwendung der Grundsaetze des Milhaud’schen Zahlungssystems, nebst einigen Bemerkungen ueber das System, Genf, Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, 1936, 103 S., 29x, in PP 665.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Programmentwurf fuer die Berliner Vereinigung zur Bekaempfung der Ursachen der Ehelosigkeit, 29x, PP428ff, S. 2645.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Programmentwurf fuer Ostzonenfluechtlinge, 29x, PP 428ff, S.1506.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Protokoll zur Sitzung am 11.2.54, Berliner Gesellschaft von 1952 zur Bekaempfung der Ursachen der Arbeitslosigkeit, 1 S., in PP 803.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Public Insurance and Compensation Money, The Possibility of Developing Insurance Facilities in Asia, in Colonies and New Countries, through Applying the Milhaud System; together with some Reflections on this System, 1938, 60pp, 24x, in PP 11.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Railway Money and the Nuclear War Threat, Revolution and Religion, extract from a letter to Mrs. V., 16 Dec. 1954, 3pp, 24x, in PP 16-18.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, RAMIN, GUSTAV, RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Dr. MUNZER, MEIS, HANS, UNGER, WALTER, ZANDER, WALTER: FOUR LAW DRAFTS to fight deflation, prevent inflation & lower interest rates, together with their justification, with the German text: Vier Gesetzentwuerfe zur Bekaempfung der Deflation, Verhinderung der Inflation und Senkung des Zinses, nebst Begruendung, 97pp, 24x, in PP 40.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Saetze aus der modernen “Regierungsoekonomie”,29x, PP 428ff, S.1435.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Sind die Darlehen der Bausparkasse “SONNE” billig? 9 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Sofortmassnamen, die keinen Geldaufwand erfordern, 29x, PP 428ff, S.1731.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Some Comments, 1955-57, to the plan, by Kurt Zube, that stateless persons ought to form an international and automous association, 4pp, in German and English, 29x, in PP 388.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Some Differences between the monetary views of Meulen and Beckerath, 3pp, containing 14 Points Against Meulen, 1935, 24x, in PP 350-354.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Some Letters, notes and drafts on human rights, 48x, in PP 589/590.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Some Remarks to Proposals Published in 1947 on Currency Reform, 28 Dec. 1950, 9pp, containing a 17 point program on economic rights, including monetary rights, in PP 804.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Some Technical Details of the Statutes of an Employment Bank, ca. 1951, 29x, in PP 544.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, THE PRACTICAL REALIZATION OF THE MILHAUD PROPOSALS, 1934, 92pp, 36x, in PP 769, 63pp, 24x, in PP 9. – An essay on the theory & practice of monetary freedom, required to make the market really free. – J.Z.

BECKERATH, Ulrich von, to MANN, 29.9.1957, extract: Economic and Human Rights Aspects Ignored by Modern Authors, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, To MEULEN, HENRY, 1.8.1935, 7pp, with “Some Differences between the monetary views of Meulen and Beckerath”, compiled by Beckerath, 12.8.1935, 5pp, 36x, in PP 561.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Bargeldlose Entlohnung. (Ein frueher Aufsatz ueber sein Gutscheinsystem), 29x, PP 428ff, S.21.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Befreiungsmassnahmen gegen eine Diktatur, Desertation, Exilregierungen usw., 29x, PP 428ff, S.1227.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Das Bankgeschaeft, aeltere und neuere Ansicht, 29x, PP 428ff, S.142.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Das Geldprinzip der modernen, totalitaeren Staaten, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2309.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber das Geldwesen in Kanada, 15.10.1924, Teil I, 5 S.: 109. Teil II, 2 S.: 113. Mit 2 S. Anmerkungen von Dr. H. Rittershausen, 27.2.1035 & Dr. Egbert Munzer, 28.7.1947, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Deflation, 29x, PP 428ff, S.234,1242.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Den Kauf der Betriebe durch die Belegschaften, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2923.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Den Namen Anarchismus…, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 4731,4738.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Den Plan des Abbe de Saint-Pierre, 1/2 p, in PP 822.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Die Sozialisierung der Grundrente, 29x, PP 428ff, S.2270.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Die Vier Gesetzentwuerfe, 29x, PP428ff, S.285ff,390ff,421ff.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Die Zuverlaessigkeit von Indexzahlen, 5 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Dr. Herpel’s Plan, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 259.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber eine Scheckbank (Verrechungsbank), 29x, PP 428ff, S.376, 380-382, 487, 515, 538.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Geldfreiheit, 29X, pp 428ff, S.227 (u. an ungezaehlten anderen Stellen).

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Gold, Goldwaehrung und Warenpreise, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 32,38,47,107,120,745.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Goldstuecke als Wertmesser und als nicht aufdraengbare Zahlungsmittel, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2227, 2235.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Humboldt: Vom Geiste der Menschlichkeit, 1 S., 29x, in PP 426.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Inflation, Zwangskurs und Zentralnotenbank, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 18,30,99,103,196,198,239.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Katastrophenversicherung, 3 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Kaufkraftparitaeten und Indexzahlen, 29x, in PP 428ff, S.12, 18, 31, 39, 41, 44, 49, 50, 87, 92, 100, 135, 149, 162, 163, 176, 177, 180, 224, 684, 687, 745; – I.Fisher: S.46,104,220, & Laves: S.52.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Neuzeitliche Werbung in der Lebensversicherung, 4 S., 24x, in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Steuereinnahmeerhoehung durch Steuerermaessigung, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 48. – J.B. Say brings a number of examples for this. – J.Z.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Steuerfundation, 29x, PP428ff, S.386, 394ff, 492.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Ueber Versicherung, Wertbestaendigkeit, Zins, Bausparkassen und Geldfreiheit, einige Artikel, die vor einem halben Jahrhundert veroeffentlicht wurden, seitdem unerhaeltlich waren und noch viel fuer unsere Zeit zu sagen haben. Zusammengetragen von John Zube, 98 S., 24x, PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Vorsicht Beim Ankauf von Parzellen!, 2 S., 24x in PP 337.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Was Ist Reformbeduerftig – ist es der Mensch oder sind es die Umstaende? 29x, PP 428ff, S.2236.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Was kann der Einzelne tun damit Deutschland zu einem gesunden Geldwesen kommt? 29x, PP 428ff, S.126.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Weltgeschichtliche Auswirkungen der Lehrweise Jesu Christi, der nicht allen seinen Anhaengern den ganzen Inhalt der von ihm gelehrten Religion zugaengig machte, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2297.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Wenn es wahr ist… (Desertationsplan ), 29x, PP 428ff, S.2238.

BECKERATH, Ulrich von, Zahlungserleichterung fuer die Landwirtschaft, 1945, with translation: Facilitating Payments for Agricultural Enterprises, 1945, 1p each, 48x, in PP 645.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Zu dem Punkt unseres Programmes, der das Wesen des Zinses betrifft, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 2785.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Zur Lage, 1931, 26 S.: 18, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

BECKERATH, ULRICH von, Zweite Hypotheken in Amerika, 1 S., 24x in PP 337.

BECKMAN, M.J. “Red”, The Higher Law, The Justice Times, n.d., 1p, on free juries, in PP 1,015. – See Juries, Autonomous.

BECKMAN, PETR, Sober facts about Nuclear War, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 175. – Nuclear war is based on the principle of collective responsibility and of “territorial integrity”, both as anti-libertarian as possible. B., although an outspoken anti-communist, was a collectivist himself, by believing that whole cities or even nations, although obviously oppressed, could be “enemies”. As far as I know, he never discussed tyrannicide, rightful war aims and warfare methods, the rightful treatment of POWs and of deserters, separate peace treaties with the oppressed, via truly representative, i.e. competing and voluntaristic governments in exile. On this topic one should rather consult M.N. ROTHBARD’S “War, Peace & the State” – and my own ABC Against Nuclear War. – J.Z., 9/97.

BECKMANN, PETR, Energy Elitists, 19pp: 119, in PP 1506/07. – As if the nuclear power lobby were not elitist, privileged and subsidized. – J.Z., 27.5.98.

BECKMANN, PETR, How Near is Doomsday? Review, 2pp, of 7 books, in PP 1367/68: 94.

BECKMANN, PETR., Fort Freedom, 2p leaflet on his computer bulletin board, 42x, in PP 637. He died a while ago. I do not know whether he found a successor. I liked his general libertarian and anti-communist stand but found his supposedly scientific pro-nuclear stand to be wrong and absurd. Maybe on their own artificial planet such nuclear fans could be tolerated, as long as they do not construct nuclear weapons, too. But can you entrust anyone with the power and means to construct such devices, anywhere? If your neighbour produced nitroglycerine in his garage, in quantities, and assured you that his process would be quite scientific and thus safe and, anyhow, done at his own expense and on his own property, would you tolerate that? Should you have to or could you, rightfully, consider yourself and your family and property at risk, too? He glibly talked about all nuclear wastes being so small in volume, so that they could, according to him, be stored in one backyard – but could not point out a single and quite safe nuclear waste storage area in the world. And all the time his fellow fans were dumping “low” level nuclear wastes into the air and seas. A single one defective Soviet nuclear reactor managed to pollute half of Europe. What do you do with thousands of square km of radioactive soil? All these fans should have been convicted of crimes against humanity and should have served out their sentences, while they survived, in nuclear clean-up duties, then buried, perhaps, together with all their beloved radioactive garbage, by being shot into the sun, to help keep that one single rightful and useful nuclear reactor going, at a safe enough distance from us. And his fellow nuclear science and technology fans keep nuclear arming one mad ruler after the other. – J.Z.

BECKNELL, DALE, Self-Financing and Community Currency, draft proposal, n.d., 2pp, in PP 971.

BECKNELL, DAVID, Interview, 1984, on: Peace and Justice through Community Economics: Models for the Future, Now, 3pp on collective financing and ownership. See: coops. 120, in PP 1491.

BECKWITH, JAMES P., Jr., Parks, Property Rights, and the Possibilities of the Private Law, THE CATO JOURNAL 1, Fall 81, 473-499, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1582, headed: Privatizing Public Parks.

BECRAFT, LOWELL H., Jr., Memorandum of Law: The Money Issue, n.d., 1985 or later, 46pp, in PP 1534: 31.

BEDARD, PATRICK, Take an Endangered Species to Lunch, 5pp: 255, in PP 1506/07.BEDARIDA, FRANCOIS, L’Angleterre victorienne: Paradigme du laissez-faire? A propos d’une controverse. (Victorian England: Paradigm of Laissez-faire? ) REVUE HISTORIQUE 26, No. 1, 79, 79-98, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p814, headed: Victorian England and Laissez-faire.

BEDDIE, B.D., The Power of Bureaucracy, 3pp, reviewing: Bureaucracy, The Career of a Concept, edited by Eugene Kamenka and Martin Krygier, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p216.

BEDFORD, IAN, John Dos Passos, 2pp: 90, in PP 1471.

BEDI, RAHUL, MPs disarmed in Indian “War Zone”, 1p, 1997, 1995 Clipping, in PP 1497. Their war zone is parliament. Why not rather issue them with machine guns and hand grenades, to facilitate their mutual extermination? From current politicians one cannot expect that they will ever recognize individual sessionism and exterritorial autonomy for all minorities and full economic freedom. It is better that they kill themselves rather than organize another civil or even nuclear “national” war. There are already 30 civil wars going in 98. – J.Z., 26.5.98.

BEDOYERE, MICHAEL, DE LA, Introduction to Morals and Missiles, Catholic Essays, 1959, 4pp, 29x, in PP 408.

BEECHING, N., Review of The Ultimate Resource, by Julian L. Simon & of Private Power, by Axel Madson, 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BEECHING, N.S., Reviews of: SIMON, JULIAN L., The Ultimate Resource and of MADSEN, AXEL, Private Power, 4pp: 77, in PP 1504.

BEER, M. COLIN, On Revolutionary Warfare, 1p flyer for the book, 29x, in PP 864. (I hold that the military, technical & psychological expertise of writers like Beer, who is also a libertarian, and informed on communist totalitarianism, ought to be supplemented by a principled and practical libertarian programme for liberating revolutionary and defensive warfare. So far, the best book on this subject is still, I believe, my own, reproduced in PP 61-63, and somewhat summarized, alphabetized and applied particularly to the nuclear war threat, in PP 16-18. In this respect, most libertarians still do not know their own, typical and best options or, out of various misunderstandings, argue against them. J.Z.)

BEER, M., An Inquiry into PHYSIOCRACY, 1939, 1966, 196pp, indexed, in PP 1366: 1.

BEER, M., Introduction, 4pp, to The Pioneers of Land Reform, in PP 1264.

BEER, M., Social Struggles in the Middle Ages, 1924, 1929, indexed, with bibliography, 212pp, in PP 1366: 48. – One has to ignore the author’s Marxist & State Socialist bias and concentrate on his historical reports of e.g. early liberation efforts, his atheist sentiments, also on his natural law discussion and reports on cooperative self-help experiments. The latter can be found especially in his work on the History of British Socialism. I read also much of freedom interest in his 1935 work: Fifty Years of International Socialism. One should not always be deterred merely by the titles. – J.Z., 3.12.96.

BEER, STAN, Internet cafes cater to wide tastes, 1p clipping, 95, in PP 467.

BEETHOVEN, See: MCABE, JOSEPH, The Dawn of the Modern Spirit, XIII, in PP 1220.

BEFRIENDING NETWORK, THE, Leaflet, 2pp, on volunteers visiting the sick, ISI, in PP 1260. My own views of most charities are rather uncharitable. – J.Z.

BEGGARS, PP 1028/29.

BEHAVIORISM & SKINNER, review, 1052-61 (LA Psychological Notes 5).

BEHAVIORISM: SZASZ, THOMAS S., About Behaviorism, 2pp review of B.F. Skinner’s book with the same title, in PP 1367/68: 32.

BEHM, BILL, Schach dem Hunger! Das Keim = und Pflanzen = Schnellwuchs = Verfahren (BEM = Verfahren) – ein neues umwaelzendes Verfahren fuer die Landwirtschaft, 1946, 2 S., in PP 1290/91p185, 193. – On sprouting and applications.

BEHM, BILL, Wozu haben wir Gehirne? Aus: “Gebrauchsanweisung fuer ein glueckliches Leben”, 6 S.,in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332.

BEHN, ROBERT D., The False Dawn of the Sunset Laws, PUBLIC INTEREST 49, Fall 77, 103-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p302, headed: Sunset Laws.

BEHREND, BRUNO, Tax Shifting Is Not Property Tax Relief, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

BEHRENDT, KENNETH W., Is there a UFO in YOUR Future? 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1187.

BEICHMAN, ARNOLD, Labour in the Soviet Union, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 206.

BEITO, DAVID T., Tax Revolts in American History, 4pp: 101, in PP 1463/64.

BEITO, DAVID T., Voluntary Association and the Life of the City, 7pp: 193, in PP 1463/64.

BEITZINGER, ALFONS, The Philosophy of Law of Four American Founding Fathers, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 21, 1976, 1-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p584, headed: Legal Philosphy and the Founding Fathers.

BEKKEN, JON, Anarcho – Syndicalism and the Environment, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BEKKEN, JON, Recent Books on Spanish Anarchism, Review of: ESENWEIN, GEORGE, Anarchist Ideology and the Working-Class Movement in Spain, 1868-1888, 1989, 1p, in PP 1534: 106.

BELANGER, GERARD, L’Universitee, organisme a but non lucratif. (The University as a Nonprofit Organization), REVUE D’ECONOMIE POLITIQUE, France, 87, 1977, 574-590, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p124. Headed: Planning in Nonprofit Agencies.

BELFORT BAX, ERNEST & LEVY, J.H., Socialism and Individualism, 29x in PP 356.

BELIEF, THE MAGIC OF, 309. Please add a pinch of facts and knowledge of them. J.Z.

BELKNAP, PAUL A., The Things I Am For, a USIC pamphlet, 4pp, 29x, in PP 490.

BELL, DANIEL, The Social Sciences since the Second WW, part 2. Mortimer Adler, ed., The Great Ideas Today, 1980, Chicago, Enc. Brit., 1980, 184-232, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p, headed: Social Science Paradigms.

BELL, GLENNYS, The Open Classroom: little by rote, but housie by logarithm, 1975, 2pp, 26, in PP 714

BELL, R.E. (?), Die Propaganda der Tat, 63 S., ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 18/19, in PP 1155.

BELL, THE, Newsletter of the Association for a Free Russia, July 1984, sample copy, 12pp, 29x, in PP 698

BELL, THE, No.1, 1982, 12pp, sample copy, 29x, in PP 705.

BELL, TOM W., Privately Produced Law, 1991, 7pp, LA Legal Notes No. 16, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BELL, TOM W., Privately Produced Law, Legal Notes No. 16 of LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, 1991, previously in EXTROPY, III/1, Spring 1991, with bibliography, 8pp, in PP 1539: 120. – On panarchism.

BELLMORE, BRETT P., Letter, 1993, 1p, criticizing the “overpopulation” spleen & gun control, in PP 1163.BELLOC, HILAIRE, Economics for Helen, 1924, 1930, indexed, 246pp, 24x, PP 219. (An economic primer, Georgeist, by a famous writer, all too long out of print. J.Z.)

BELLOC, HILAIRE, See: CATHOLIC WORKER, Australia, Design for Democrats, An Australian Tribute to Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953)for his 74th year, 1944, 143pp, in PP 1517. – Everything good is rarely together. This title did not come up to my expectations. Sometimes a man gets as much misunderstood or discredited by his friends as by his enemies. Or, in some ways, Belloc, too, led rather away than towards liberty. His best book, from the libertarian point of view, seems still to be “Economics for Helen”. – J.Z., 11.11.1998.

BELLOC, HILAIRE, The Restoration of Property, A Sequel to the Servile State, 1936, 1945, 1946, 132pp, in PP 1264.BELOFF, MAX, Prejudice Both Pathological and Natural, 7pp, 36x, in PP 370.

BELTON, JUDITH, Do not Pass Go, Do not Collect $200, ISLANDER Mag., 8 June 86, on “LETS game”. “Monopoly has nothing to do with reality.” 1p, 29x, in PP 865.

BENDITT, THEODORE, Threats and Offers, THE PERSONALIST 52, Oct. 77, 382-384, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p398, headed: Do Offers Coerce Freedom?

BENELLO, C. GEORGE, From the Ground Up: Essays on Grassroots & Workplace Democracy, 1p review, in PP1534: 110.

BENELLO, GEORGE C., The Challenge of Mondragan, 11pp, in PP 1401: 127.

BENEYTO, JUAN, La ideodinammica politica espanola, entre Rousseau y Marx, REVISTA DE ESTUDIOS POLITICOS 3, May/June 78, 121-132, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p897, headed: Spain and Political Ideology.

BENJAMIN, PARK, Financing Privatization through Employee Ownership, 1989, ca. 28pp, in PP 997. – I favour taxpayer ownership, expressed in transferable securities, as part indemnification. See PP 19c. – J.Z.

BENN, ERNESE, Richts for Robots, 1p from THE FREEMAN, Nov. 1981, in PP 1445 : 104.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., About Russia, 1930, 168pp, in PP 1119.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Account Rendered, 1900 – 1930, “being an attempt to estimate the moral and material cost of the new ideas expressed in the political activities of Great Britain during this period, 1930, 234pp, in PP 1120.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Benn’s Protest, being an Argument for the Restoration of our Liberties, 1945, 112pp, 29x, in PP 391.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Debt, Private and Public, Good and Bad, 1938, 156pp, in PP 1274.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Economy and Figures, The English Review, London, May 1931, 4pp, in PP 1122.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Happier Days, Recollections and Reflections, 1949, 222pp, in PP 1119.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Honest Doubt, Being a Collection of Papers on the Price of Modern Politics, 1932, 248pp, in PP 1120.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., If I Were A Labour Leader, 1926, 154pp, in PP 1274.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Modern Government as a busybody in other men’s matters, 1936, 245pp, in PP 1122.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., More Murmurings. Being the Second Volume of “The Murmurings of an Individualist”, reprinted from the provocative articles appearing weekly in TRUTH, July to December 1941, The Individualist Bookshop, London, 1942, 133pp, in PP 1125.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Producer vs. Consumer, Thoughts on Difficulties, 1928, 30pp, 29x, in PP 407.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Rights for Robots, FEE, 1950, 11pp, in PP 957.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Speech to Members of Parliament, House of Commons, 22 April 1931, Friends of Economy Campaign Speeches, 4pp, in PP 1188. (He, too, did not recognize the monetary nature of the crisis. Otherwise very interesting, like almost all his writings, the very early ones on economics excepted. – J.Z.)

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Case for Public Economy, 7pp, in PP 1120.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Case of Benn vs. Maxton, a correspondence on Capitalism and Socialism, 1929, 215pp, 29x, in PP 405-406.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Confessions of a Capitalist, 1925, 287pp, 29x, in PP 405-406.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Letters of an Individualist to THE TIMES, 1921-1926, 1927, 142pp, in PP 1143.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Murmurings of an Individualist. A collection of the much discussed articles appearing weekly in TRUTH, Jan. – June, 1941, 1941, 112pp, with some information on the publisher, THE INDIVIDUALIST BOOKSHOP, London, in PP 1125.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Need for Individualism, 3pp, in PP 1120, from THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS, edited by Wickham Steed, Mar. 15th – Apr. 15th, 1927, No. 446. Libertarians and Anarchists should compile such reviews. – J.Z.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The Return to Laisser Faire, The Case for Individualism, 1928, 221pp, also published in Australia, in 1929, titled: The Case for Individualism, subtitled: Let us Get on with the Job! With 16pp of notes by John Zube, of 1982, in PP 494. (I managed to overlooked this paper master up to now, assuming that I had already got it microfiched! – J.Z.)

BENN, ERNEST J.P., The State the Enemy, 1953, 175pp. This includes, in the appendix, pp 155ff, an excerpt from Herbert Spencer’s The Coming Slavery, 21pp, in PP 495. – His writings belong to mankind, not to some disinterested publisher or heir, unwilling to spend even the little amounts required to keep him in print, at least on microfiche. – J.Z., 6. Dec. 95. – Also in PP 405-406.- My memory and my lists leave much to be desired. – J.Z.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., This Soft Age, With the Optimistic Theory of the 30/50 Man, 1933, 182pp, in PP 1122. It is certainly not soft towards individual rights and liberties but rather hard on them – because it is largely soft in the head. – J.Z.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Trade, 81pp, 1927, in PP 1122.

BENN, ERNEST J.P., Why Freedom Works. Or: The Essence of Benn. Extracts from his writings, 1964, 129pp, subtitled: “Passages from Books 1924-1953”, in PP 496. – For those not having the time to read the full works reproduced in this series. Only “Happier Days” and “Trade” were reprinted by 1984. England won’t be free until it at least ceases to neglect its freedom writers. – J.Z.

BENN, ERNEST, J.P., Speech at the Meeting at the Cannon Street Hotel on 27 Jan. 1931. Friends of Economy Campaign Speeches, 5pp, in PP 1188.

BENN, ERNEST, J.P., The Profit Motive, Liberty Library Series, No. 3, June 1941, 17pp, in PP 1188.

BENN, TONY, An End to Blasphemy, 1989, 2pp, LA Legal Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BENNDORF, ALEX, Fuer Bankfreiheit, 1870, 38pp, with note by J. Zube on the title, which is misleading regarding the contents, 29x, in PP 687.

BENNER, DEBORAH J., Conservatory of American Letters, to ZUBE, JOHN, 31 Oct. 89, 1p, with CAL price list, 1p, and sample of CAL Newsletter, Autumn 1989, 8pp, with JZ inquiry letter of 25 Oct. 89, 1p and response, 14 Nov. 89, 1p, comparing LMP and CAL pricing, in PP 915. See Vanity Presses.

BENNET, JAMES T. & DILORENZO, THOMAS J., Government Goes Underground with Off-Budget Enterprises to Evade the Tax Revolt, 1p: 9, in PP 1469.

BENNET, JOHN G., A Note on Locke’s Theory of Tacit Consent, THE PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 88, April 79, 224-234, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p885, headed: Locke, Consent, State, and Property.

BENNETT, CLIF, What We Say and what We Do, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251. – In GUNDERLOY / ZIESING, Anarchy and the End of History.

BENNETT, CLIFTON, The F.B.I. – the Basis of an American Police State. The Alarming Methods of J. Edgar Hoover, 1948, 27pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-730, in PP 1218. – Written by someone who used to sympathize with communist fronts, at least until the Hitler – Stalin pact. – J.Z.

BENNETT, JAMES R., The Corporate State and the Bill of Rights, 11pp: 809, in PP 1484/85.

BENNETT, JAMES, A Rehash of the Left-Right Conference (69), 2p: 66, in PP 1488.

BENNETT, JEFF, see KASPER, WOLFGANG, JEFF BENNETT & RICHARD BLANDY, RICHARD, Fiji, Opportunity from Adversity? CIS Pacific Papers 1, 1988, 185pp, in PP 1147.

BENNETT, John, Your Rights, 1986, Australian Civil Liberties Union, 4pp, 29x, in PP 729.

BENNETT, MARY JEAN, Review, 2pp, of: MOLEY, RAYMOND, The First New Deal, 1966, 577pp: 67, in PP 1529- 33.

BENNETT, RALPH KINNEY, The Growing Menace of Chemical Weapons, R.D. 11/89, 6pp, in PP 923.BENNETT, ROBYN, Older Women, Younger Men, an interview by AGAINST THE WALL, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1638.BENSEL, RICHARD, Creating the Statutory State: The Implications of a Rule of Law Standard in American Politics, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEWER 74, Sep. 80, 734-744, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1173, headed: The Rule of Law in American Politics.

BENSON, BRUCE L., Spontaneous Order, Cooperation, and Theft, 2pp, on Hayek: 240, in PP 1463/64.

BENSON, JAMES, A Decentralist Political Party, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 465.

BENSON, REX, Ayn Rand, Closet Anarchist, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 341.

BENSON, REX, Democracy vs. Right, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 283.

BENSON, REX, Evaluation of the Rand, 3pp on Ayn Rand, in PP 1336-39: 478.

BENSON, REX, Football Fascism Revisited, 2pp on 1981 events, in PP 1336-39: 102.

BENSON, REX, Leff Rite, Leff Rite, Leff Rite, LEEEEFF! 3pp, in PP 1336-39: 440.

BENSON, REX, The Buck Stops Here, on symphony orchestra funding, 2pp., in PP 1336 – 39: 404. – Had to photocopy it to make it SOMEWHAT legible! – J.Z.

BENSON, REX, The Fifth Horseman of Moutoa, 1p, on Maoris, in PP 1336-39: 377. – Full exterritorial autonomy for them and for all “whites” who want it, in their own fashion, is not discussed here, either. – J.Z.

BENSON, REX, The Yellowing of New Zealand, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 188.

BENSON, REX, What Shall we Do with the God People? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 313. – Tolerate them – as long as they tolerate you! – J.Z.

BENSTON, GEORGE J., An Appraisal of the Costs and benefits of Government-Required Disclosure: SEC and FTC Requirements, LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 41, Sum. 77, 30-62, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p7111, headed: The Costs of Regulating Market Information.

BENTHAM, J., Defense de l’usure, ou Lettres sur les inconvenients des lois qui fixent le taux de l’interest de l’argent, in PP 778-783.

BENTHAM, JEREMY, DEFENCE OF USURY, showing the impolicy of the present legal restraints on the terms of pecuniary bargains, in letters to a friend, to which is added a letter to Adam Smnith, Esq LL.D. on the discouragement opposed by the above restraints to the progress of inventive industry, 1788, 1816, 1962, 29pp, in PP 890.

BENTLEY, PHILIP, Industrial Democracy: South Australian Developments, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

BENTON, ROBERT J., Political Expediency and Lying: Kant vs. Benjamin Constant, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 43, Jan/Mar 82, 135-144, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1660, headed: Political Expediency vs. Principle.

BEN-ZUI, ABRAHAM, The Outbreak and Termination of the Pacific War: Juxtaposition of American Preconceptions, JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH 15, No. 1, 1978, 33-49, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1012, headed: American Preconceptions of Japan.


BEREITER, CARL, The Morality of Moral Education, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 8, April 78, 20-25, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p879, headed: The Problems with ‘Moral Education’.

BERENS, DAVID, The Case for the Free Market Provision of Legal Services, 1987, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BERENS, LEWIS H. & SINGER, IGNATIUS, DICTATOR DEMOCRAT, abridged and adapted from “The Story of my Dictatorship”, published by the Henry George Foundation, Melbourne, 1934, 1945, 80pp, 29x, in PP 411 & 422.

BERENS, LEWIS H. & SINGER, IGNATIUS, Government By The People, by the authors of “The Story of My Dictatorship”. 1885, 159pp, in PP 1136.

BERENS, LEWIS H. & SINGER, IGNATIUS, The Story of My Dictatorship, n.d., 128pp, Georgist, discusses among others the Liberty and Property Defence League, in PP 1317: 98-128.

BERENS, LEWIS H., The Digger Movement in the Days of the Commonwealth, as revealed in the writings of Gerald Winstanley, the Digger, Mystic and Rationalist, Communist and Social Reformer, London, 1906, indexed, 265pp, in PP 469. – The Anarchists and Land Reformers claim him, too.

BERENS, LEWIS H., Toward the Light, Elementary Studies in Ethics and Economics, 1903, indexed, 244pp, in PP 1427: 67-124. – An old Georgist title, too long o.o.p. – A survey and the combination of the best of all economic “primers” remains to be done still. I am collecting “primers” towards that end and have already fiched some of those without copyrights hassles. – J.Z.


BERGER, C. y BALESTRA, D., El Anarquismo Y La Ciencia, 1p: 90, in PP 1494.

BERGER, FRED R., Pornography, Sex, and Censorship, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 4, 1977, 183-209, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p405, headed : Does Censorship Harm Freedom?

BERGER, PETER R., M.D., The Psychiatric Holocaust, 4pp: 43, part 2, 3pp: 53, in PP 1430/31. – From L.A., London.

BERGER, SANDOR, Tranquilizers & Intoxicants, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 375.

BERGLAND FOR PRESIDENT, America. Freedom was the original idea, 2pp LP leaflet, in PP 1269.

BERGLAND, DAVID P., Community and Condominium Practice, 1p, in PP 1356.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Free the Nebraska 7!, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1341.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Free Trade, Fair Trade and Absurdity, 1p, in PP 279: 13.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Libertarianism in one Lesson, 2nd. & 3rd. ed., 84, here only described in a 1p leaflet from the Bergland, Libertarian President Campaign. – I would like to obtain permission to reproduce this title, too. – J.Z.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Review of SCHWARTZ, PETER, Libertarianism: The Perversion of Liberty, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 7.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Temperament key to communication, 2pp, in PP 1382/85: 271.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Voluntary Compliance, 1984 Style, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1441.

BERGLAND, DAVID, Your Life, Your Way, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 282.

BERGSON, JOHN, The ECA, the CTU, the ILO & the Talking Oyster, 2p, in PP 1336 – 39: 68.

BERKE, RICHARD L., Bush Gets Some Praise for Andean Drug Talks, 1990, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. I never thought that drugs could talk. Oh, the crimes of “newspeak”! – J.Z.

BERKELEY STATEMENT, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 93.

BERKELOU, WHAT’S ON, newsletter, Feb – Apr. 96, 4pp, in PP 1357: 115. – It is reviving the literary and philosophical coffee house tradition, in a coffee shop associated with the book shop. Literati & philosophers congregate there already, once weekly. But freedom lovers seem to be still missing. – J.Z.

BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, Law and Government, 3pp: 27, in PP 1525.

BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, The Anti-Climax, 31 pp, the final chapter of Berkman’s diary of 1920-21, THE BOLSHEVIK MYTH, 29x, in PP 996.BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, The Source of Violence, 2pp, in PP 1359.

BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, They Fought Conscription. Excerpt from and address, U.S. District Court, 1917, 2pp: 154, in PP 1480.

BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, Whose Is the Power? 2pp: 55, in PP 1525.

BERKMAN, GENE, Conservative Politicians Undercut Libertarian Ideals, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 416.

BERKMAN, GENE, Cracks in the Wall, 7pp, in PP 1445: 129.

BERKMAN, GENE, International Libertarian Action, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1482.

BERKOWITZ, EDWARD D. & MCQUAID, KIM, Bureaucrats as “Social Engineers”: Federal Welfare Programs in Herbert Hoover’s America, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 39, Oct. 80, 321-335, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1485, headed: Herbert Hoover & Federal Welfare.


BERNATZIK, Prof. Dr., Der Anarchismus, eine akademische Antrittsrede, 1894, Wiener Universitaet, von Schmoller’s Jahrbuch, XIX 1, 20 S., in PP 1219.

BERNERI, C., Peter Kropotkin, His Federalist Ideas, I, 2pp: 87; II, 2pp: 95; III, 3pp: 103, in PP 1525.

BERNERI, CAMILLO, Peter Kropotkin, his federalist ideas, 1922, 16pp, 24x, in PP 244.

BERNERI, GIOVANNA, La Societe Sans Etat, Paris, n.d., 23pp, in PP 1489.

BERNERI, See: ARCHIVIO FAMIGLIA BERNERI, L’, Introduction, in Italian, 1982, 12pp, supplied by Valerio ISCA, N.Y., in 1990, in PP 1517: 112.

BERNHARDT, PETER, Die verratene Revolution 1918/19, 92, 8S., in PP 1408: 68.BERNHOLZ, PETER, Besprechung von Hayek’s ENTNATIONALISIERUNG DES GELDES, Denationalization of Money, 4 S., Kyklos, vol. 1, 1978, in PP 794 & 805.BERNHOLZ, PETER, Inflation and Monetary Constitution in Historical Perspective, KYKLOS, Vol. 36, 1983, 23pp, in PP 806.

BERNS, LAURENCE, Political Philosophy and the Right to Rebellion, INTERPRETATION 5, 1976, 309-315, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199P282, headed: Dissent and Virtue.

BERNSTAM, MIKHAIL S., see SWAN, PETER L. & BERNSTAM, MIKHAIL S., Support for Single Parents, 14pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

BERNSTEIN, BARTON J., The Road to Watergate and Beyond: The Growth and Abuse of Executive Authority Since 1940, LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS, Duke University School of Law, 40, 1976, 58-86, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p113. Headed: Watergate as a Symptom of Empire.

BERNSTEIN, CARL & WOODWARD, BOB, All the President’s Men, reviewed by SHERRILL, ROBERT, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 3.

BERNSTEIN, ED., Wer und was sind Anarchisten? 4 S., aus: BERLINER ILLUSTRIERTE ZEITUNG, 14.6.1914, S.461,462,405, in PP 1328: 126.

BERNSTEIN, RICHARD J., Hannah Arendt: The Ambiguities of Theory and Practice, in: Political Theory and Praxis: New Perspectives, ed. by Terence Ball, Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota, 1977, 141-158, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p294, headed: Human Action vs. Behaviour.

BERRY, ADRIAN, Koyame’s Diamond, review by Chris Tame in 1052-61.

BERRY, STEPHEN, No tears for the Fuehrer, 7pp, in PP 925.

BERRY, STEPHEN, The Russian Bogey. Review of: MCMAHAN, JEFF, British Nuclear Weapons, For and Against & CARVER, LORD, Field Marshal, A Policy for Peace, 8pp: 111, in PP 1505. – Many people wish that the Soviet Regime and its nuclear and biological and chemical warfare arsenal would have been only a bogey. Alas, all too many of them still do exist and still might be used. Nor are dictatorships rare in our world. Even if rulers were all and always rational enough, wars by accidents and miscalculations can occur – and might now involve ABC mass murder devices. – J.Z., 27. 5. 98.

BERRY, WENDELL, The City and the Farm Crisis, Sixth Annual E.F. Schumacher Lecture, 1986, 12pp, in PP 1254. – I do have a few more of these publications – but they are copyrights restricted by the authors alone and I will not bother to beg them for their reproduction permissions, even if I knew their address. – J.Z.

BERRY, WENDELL, The Work of Local Culture, 1988, 16pp, Iowa Humanities Lecture, published by the E.F. Schumacher Society, in PP 469.

BERSCHEID, ELLEN, Privacy : A Hidden Variable in Experimental Social Psychology, JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 33, 1977, 85-101, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p493, headed: Privacy in Social Psychology.

BERTELSMANN CLUB, Was bei denen da oben vorgeht, lesen wir taeglich. Aber, was denken Sie? Anzeige fuer ein Preisausschreiben, 1. S., dass in ein Buch muenden sollte: “Das Buch der Deutschen. Ost und West.”, in PP 1329: 110.

BERTH, EDUARD, Eine franzoesische Stimme ueber die deutsche Sozialdemokratie, 1908, 2 S., 29x, in PP 349.

BERTHIER, RENE, May 1937; Counter – Revolution, 10pp: 836, in PP 1484/85.

BERTHIER, RENE, The State of Right: the law of the jungle, 1992, 3pp: 717, in PP 1484/85.

BERTRAN, E., A La Bastille!… An Individualist Looks at the French Revolution, 3pp, 1930, in PP 1420/22: 501.

BERTRAN, E., Notes on Individualism, 1966, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 246.

BERTRAN, E., Walking on Air, 3pp, by an “illegalist” anarchist, in PP 1420/22: 74.

BESSON, EUGENE, Es darf kein Vaterland mehr geben, 1910, Gedicht, 2 S., 29x, in PP 349. – Rather: no more territorial rule and borders and their kind of imposed uniformity and exploitation. – J.Z.

BEST, BEN, A Conceptual Schemata for Evaluating Chemical Toxicology, 9pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, A Journey to the East, 22p: 87, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, A New Approach to Death, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, A Statement & 2 Notes on Terminology, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 95, on Stirnerism.

BEST, BEN, A Tale of Two Trips, 9pp: 179, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, A Way to Defeat Death? 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Deprenyl, Morton Shulman and Me, 4pp: 179, in PP 1293/95. Also in PP 1292: 111.

BEST, BEN, Discussions of Pharmacological Toxicity, 3pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Egoist Parthenogenesis, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Excerpts from the Great Cryonics Debate, in TC, Jan. 91ff, between Erwin S. Strauss (Filthy Pierre), Jim Stumm, Terry Inman, Brick Pillow, Lee Bonnifield, ADRASTIA, John Yasunga, Red Wood & Ben Best, 21pp: 60, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Excursions, 1994, 8pp: 296, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Mechanisms of Aging, 11pp: 385, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Metaethical Investigations, 4pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Monetary Systems, 8pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, 13pp: 277, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Psychopharmacological Psychoepistemology, 3pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Some Articles, 62pp, in PP 1,000.

BEST, BEN, Some Problems with Immortalism, 2pp: 326, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Sudden Death, The Danger of Sudden death, and precautions against it, 9pp: 118, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, The 1987 Libertarian Libertarian Convention, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, The Anatomical Basis of Mind, continued over several issues, from page 139: 9pp; 165:12pp; 194:17pp; 228:8pp; 254:9pp; 312:11pp; 335:17pp; 366:15pp; 398:20pp, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, The Bavarian Illuminati Exposed, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, The Meaning of Christmas, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, The Origin of Christmas, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, The Paradox of the Physiological Basis of Identity, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Thoughts on Exploitation, 4pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Thoughts on Theory and Practice, 4pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Toward an Implementation of PCI, Permafrost Cryonic Internment, 7pp: 18, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Trip Report, 1989, 6pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, Vancouver’s Oldest Co-op: From Commune to Housing Co-op, 1987, 2pp, in PP 1000.

BEST, BEN, What Is the Cryonics Society of Canada? 7pp: 29, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Why Life Extension — or Why Live at all? 5pp: 270, in PP 1292.

BEST, BEN, Wooden Jello for Brick Pillow, 1p, in PP 1000. – See also his numerous articles in CANADIAN CRYONICS NEWS.

BEST, BENJAMIN, Welcome Reality – R.S.V.P., 1p, in PP 1420/22: 248. (Ben turning “poetic”. – J.Z.)

BEST, BEST, High Pressure Cryonics. Inspired by H-G. Hergenhahn, partially re-written CryonNet postings by Ben Best, including a CryoNet postings by Hugh Hixon, 6pp : 304, in PP 1292.

BEST, Dr. TREVOR N., The March of Socialized Medicine in Australia in 1991, 3pp, in PP 1,014.

BEST, Dr., Arbeitsbeschaffung und Kreditausweitung, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 616.

BEST, Dr., Four Law Drafts, summary and some comments by Dr. Best on Dr. H. Rittershausen’s separate book on the Four Law Drafts, 10pp, with German original, 24x, in PP 40.

BEST, Dr., Ueber die Vier Gesetzentwuerfe, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 421.

BEST, Dr., Waehrungsfragen, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 861.

BEST, Dr., Zur Frage der Goldwaehrung, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 645.

BEST, JUDITH, What Is Law? The MINOS Reconsidered, INTERPRETATION 8, May 80, 102-113, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1166, headed: The Minos: What Is Law?

BEST, R.E.; JARVIS, C.B.; AND RIBBINS, P.M., Pastoral Care: Concept and Process, BRITISH JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES, UK, 25, 1977, 124-135, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p63. Headed: Social Control.

BETHMANN, JOHANN PHILIP, Freiherr von, 1986, Warnung an Alle, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

BETHUNE, DON, Let’s Examine the LETSystem, 2pp, in PP 25.

BETHUNE, JOHN J., Thoughts on Guns and Taxes, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. (All taxpayers should be armed and dangerous! J.Z.)

BETRAN, E., The Bonnot Gang, A Reminiscence, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 151.

BETTINI, LEONARDO, Bibliografia dell anarchismo, Florence, 1972, 429pp, 1p review by Stephen Marletta, in PP 1420/22: 382. – A record of Italian language periodicals and single issues from 1872 to 1971. Further volumes on periodicals, books and pamphlets in French, Spanish & English were intended. – I have not heard about them appearing. – Is he still alive and active? Can anyone supply me with his address? – J.Z., 9/97.

BETTIS, CARL, Anarchy’s one True Way? A Christian Response, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BEULAY PLAN, A 4% Mortgage Action Plan, 2pp, ISI, in PP 1262.

BEVINGTON, L.S., Anarchism and Violence, published by James Tochatti, Liberty Press, London, 1896, 10pp, in PP 1,018.

BEY, HAKIM to SULLIVAN, MARK, 1p: 42, in PP 1505.

BEY, HAKIM, APA CONSPIRACY, A Secret Communique of the Association for Ontological Anarchy, n.d., 2pp, Brooklyn, in PP 479. – I was told that HAKIM BEY is a pseudonym for Peter Lamborn WILSON. – J.Z.

BEY, HAKIM, Chaos, 1985, 46pp, in PP 954.

BEY, HAKIM, For a World Congress of Weird Religions, 3pp, in PP 1298.

BEY, HAKIM, Nietzsche & the Dervishes, 2pp: 89, in PP 1505. – So many “anti-authoritarian” and “anarchist” writings are published that do not say anything positive to me. – J.Z.

BEY, HAKIM, Review of : BLACK, BOB, The Abolition of Work and other essays, 1p, in PP 1417: 136.

BEY, HAKIM, The Willimantic/Rensselaer Questions, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251. In GUNDERLY / ZIESING, Anarchy and the End of History.

BEY, HAKIM, Two New Chaos Reveleations Reviewd by Hakim Bey, 2pp, in PP 1417: 137.

BEY, HAKIM, Wild Children, an extract, 5pp, from his CHAOS, 1985, in an undated APE reprint, Boulder, Col., in PP 1140.

BEYER, WOLFRAM, Anarcho-Pazifismus. Konzept fuer eine gewaltfreie Revolution, 12 S., in PP 1408: 61.

BEYER, WOLFRAM, War Resisters International (WRI), Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner, 3 S., in PP 1326.

BEYOND SOCIAL CONTROL, STRATEGIES FOR STRUGGLE, Sydney, June 10-11, 1989, 68pp booklet of all papers available before the conference. That for the later ones is still to be produced or to get into my possession. 29x, in PP 873.

BHAVE, VINOBA, On Revolution, Interview, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 72.

BIARCHY, 1051. That’s like giving a man only the choice between 2 women for marriage and a woman only that between two men. Or a religious person only the choice between two churches, a sportsman only the choice between 2 sports, a reader only that between 2 books etc. I suppose that e.g. a two-party State is better than a one-party State. However, if you want a truly free society, then only the multi-archies and and multiple non-archic choices of panarchism, that could peacefully coexist in the same territory, will be able to satisfy the aspirations of all but territorial totalitarians. All people are different, in all too many ways, to fit them into any bed of Procrustes. See ON PANARCHY. J.Z.

BIBLE CRITICISM, See Atheism, see: BUFE, CHARLES, The Heretic’s Guide to the Bible, 15pp, 1987, in PP 1447/49.

BIBLE CRITICISM, See: INGERSOLL NEWS, Bible Absurdities, 20pp: 85, in PP 1493. – MAINE, COLIN, The Unpleasant Personality of Jesus Christ, n.d., 11pp: 93, in PP 1493. – Love, faith and hate make blind and dumb, from religion to statism. – PIOT, J.Z., 6 Dec. 1997.

BIBLE, See: GRAVES, KERSEY, The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors or Christianity before Christ, containing new, startling, and extraordinary revelations in religious history, which disclose the oriental origin of all the doctrines, principles, precepts, and miracles of the Christian New Testament, and furnishing the key for unlocking many of its sacred mysteries, besides comprising the history of sixteen heathen crucified gods, 6th ed., revised & enlarged, Boston, 1878, indexed, 384pp, in PP 1245. They were not afraid of long and descriptive titles – then. – J.Z. See: Atheism, Humanism, Rationalism, TAYLOR, DAVID.

BIBLIO QUEST INTERNATIONAL, Bowral, 7pp leaflet of a local book hunter: 865, in PP 1484/85. – I heard that many 2nd. hand books are now offered on the Internet as well, as are many new books, with prices sometimes down to $ 20.- J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: 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. – See: DOLGOFF, SAM, Bibliography, 1p, in PP 1534: 93. – RANSOM, GREG, Bibliography of Books by F.A. Hayek; Best on the Web – Discussions on Hayek, 1998, 1p, in PP 1534: 94.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: BETTINI, LEONARDO, Bibliografia dell anarchismo, Florence, 1972, 429pp, 1p review by Stephen Marletta, in PP 1420/22: 382. – I would fiche it, if I could get a copy and the O.K. – French, Spanish & English anarchist bibliographies were intended. – J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: COMMISSION DU PACIFIQUE SUD, Catalogue des Ouvrages sur le Mouvement Cooperatif, Noumea, 1959, 162pp: 1, in PP 1486. – This is the longest list of coop literature that I have seen so far. – J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., The Literature of Isolationism, a guide to non-interventionist scholarship, 1930-1972, Ralph Myles Publisher, Colorado Springs, 1972, 89pp, indexed by authors, in PP 1278: 168.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: SCHULER, KURT, Free Banking, Bibliographic Essay, 8pp: 193, in PP 1463/64.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES, See: SMITH, L. NEIL, Publications, 2pp, in PP1534: 114.



BIBLIOGRAPHIES: MARIEN, MICHAEL, Basic Decentralist Reading List, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 853.

BIBLIOGRAPHY , see, under “BOOKLISTS” a compilation of just the PP Nos. in which some bibliographies or books for sale lists are reproduced. See: INSIGHT, Journal and Review Publishers, literature and audio tape listing, 13pp, in PP 1,017. See also under Buchliste in PP 932, for 1975 list of books in print in Germany: undogmatische und anarchistische Schriften, 53 S. There are probably other bibliographic or books for sale listing that I have not mentioned here or under booklists. Give me time or help me. I have begun a libertarian and anarchist bibliography but have not yet included all of the above and x other sources. Any help in that project is welcomed, especially on disks, in ASCII, alphabetically, by author. A proper data bank could be filled in later, using this as raw material and via network participation by many. You might start helping by listing the rarer books of this kind in your own library. Since I hate such boring keyboarding jobs, submissions in form of ASCII discs would be most welcome. I would also gladly swap such listings or offer some of my fiche in exchange. – J.Z.


BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COOPERATIVE etc. writings, PP 64/65, 145/56.




BIBLIOGRAPHY, A IS A NEWSLETTER, ACIF: 3pp on its books and cassettes on individual rights and limited governments, in PP 1111, point 7.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Airships, on, see Lockerby, Robert W., in PP 1,000.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Anarchist Books, of AVRICH, PAUL, donated to form the Anarchist Collection at the Library of Congress, incomplete listing, 87pp, in PP 966.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Anarchist Books, See WATNER, CARL, editor, LAISSEZ FAIRE BOOKS, 1983 Anarchist Catalog.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Anarchist Theses, A Listing, see VAUX, MICHAEL.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Anarchist Thought, see NURSEY-BRAY, PAUL et al, A Select Bibliography of Anarchist Thought.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Andrews, Stephen Pearl, in PP 1169.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Armand, Emile, in PP 1067/68 & 2pp in PP 1066.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Center for the Study of Public Choice, in PP 1105.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Civil liberties, in : CIVIL LIBERTIES, see PHELPS, EDITH M., Civil Liberty, The Reference Shelf Series, Vol. IV, No. 9, N.Y., 1927, 194pp, with bibliography, E.M. Phelps, compiler, in PP 1072.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Consumer cooperatives, by Warbasse, in PP 1097.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Faure, Sebastien, in PP 1074.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Free Banking and Currency Competition, 2pp by Institute for Liberty and Community, Concord, Vermont, December 1986, in PP 971. 124 pp, on Monetary Freedom, in PP 1022.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Hayek, 3pp, in PP 1127/1128.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Hazlitt, Henry, books, 7pp, in PP 1130.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Henry George, See: SAWYER, ROLLIN ALGER, Henry George and the Single Tax, A Catalogue of the Collection in the New York Public Library, 1926, indexed, 90pp, in PP 1276.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Law & Education: The Law as It Relates to Compulsory Education and Schooling, 11pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Libertarian Directory 1972, edited by Dale Haviland, a publication by A IS A, Writings on Freedom and Individualism, 1972, 67pp, in PP 1141. Still useful as a historical and bibliographical guide. It provides a short list of articles in the libertarian press and an index to them. J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Library of Liberal Classics, see 40pp list of the publications of Peter Eckler, in PP 1164.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Mackay, John Henry, Kurze Titelliste der Bibliothek von Mackay, 1925, 19pp, in PP 932. This library was bought by the Soviets and should now have become accessible again. Who will help to reproduce it on microfilm, via photocopies? At least to the extent that its titles have not already been fiched by LMP, Chadwyck Healey or others? J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Madison Group, a federation of free market think tanks, 11pp, in PP 1107. Not yet prepared, apparently, to produce the output of their members permanently and together on fiche, floppies and tex CD-ROMs. Why not? I certainly can’t afford their limited output in print on paper. Neither can they afford to print on paper & disctribute all their materials. Just another newsletter and set of conferences does not bridge the major information gaps. -J.Z.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Mises, See GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, The Contributions of Ludwig von Mises, in the Fields of Money, credit and Banking, 8pp, in PP 1168.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Mises, The Works of Ludwig von Mises, FEE, 1969, 60pp, in PP 988. (When I met the author, Bettina Bien Greaves in 1990, at FEE, she was working on the definitive bibliography of Mises and preparing a, hopefully, final book on Pearl Harbour. She possessed, what seemed to me, a library of books just on Pearl Harbour To have found out, that even a “democratic” government has been systematically lying to us, even on as important a question, and conspired to involve the U.S. in another world war, provoking Japanese military action by economic warfare and arranging for a supposed surprise attack, in which hundreds to thousands died, unnecessarily, unwarned by their government, as intentional first blood sacrifices by their rulers, just to promote a popular public reaction, ending popular isolationism and providing a “justification” for a “defensive” war, must have been a traumatic experience for her and quite a few others. Most people have still to experience that shock, in spite of so much having been written on it. You do not find most of these titles in most bookshops or libraries. If that government could not be trusted, not even then and in this situation, then which one can be, on anything? J.Z.)

BIBLIOGRAPHY, On Panarchy, 56pp, in PP 1540: 69-123.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Literature of Nonviolent Resistance and Civilian-Based Defense, published as: HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, vol. 9, no. 1, Summer 1994, 14pp, in PP 1541/42: 253.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, See: INTEREST & LIQUIDITY, Bibliography, in PP 1534.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, See: LIBERTARIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, compiled by Paul Geddes and Steve Vanagas, GVLA: Greater Vancouver Libertarian Association, 1992 – 1999, 28pp, in PP 1541/42: 344.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, See: SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Bibliography, from: Essays, ed. by A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, 29pp, in PP 1307: 98-104.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Smith, Adam, in Germany, see HASEK, CARL WILLIAM, The Introduction of Adam Smith’s Doctrines into Germany, 1925, indexed, with bibliography, 155pp, in PP 1102.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, Tucker, B.R., see TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., A Bibliography, with an appreciation by G. Bernard Shaw, compiled and edited by ISHILL, JOSEPH, Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, N.J., 1959, 27pp, in PP 1158. See Tucker’s Catalogue in PP 960.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, VIETNAM, GETTLEMAN, MARVIN E., with S.L. SILVERMAN, A Vietnam Bibliography, 15pp, in PP 984.

BIBLIOTHEK DER FREIEN, Berlin, Einfuehrung, 1 S.: 122, in PP 1456. – Ich moechte fast wetten, dass diese “Freien” sich ebenfalls um freiheitliche Mikrofiche Ausgaben noch nicht gekuemmert haben. Denn dann koennten sie viel mehr als nur 1,000 Buchtitel zum antiautoritaeren Sozialismus anbieten, mit einer Sammlung die, durch den Vorgaenger, schon auf 1889 zurueckgeht. Aber ihre Zeitschriftensammlung koennte fuer mich interessant sein. – J.Z.

BICKFORD, BOB, A Liberty Library, 1998, 3pp, in PP 1535: 146. – Home pages only, with their links.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT J., Crime & Consequences, reviewed in 1p by Walter Williams, in PP 976.BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Individual Rights vs “Public Welfare”, 2pp, in PP 1249.BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Morality – By Gun? 1p, in PP 1249.BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Morality Laws = Majority License, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p376&385.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Objectivism or the New Libertarianism? 10pp, in PP 1249.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, On Education – I, Big Brother Goes to School, 3pp, in PP 1249.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, On Education – III, A Case for Private Schools, 4pp, in PP 1249.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Student Power, 2pp, in PP 1249.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, The Escape from Reason, 1p, in PP 276.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, The Escape from Reason, 1p, in PP 276: 87.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, The Greening of Socialism, 3pp, extract from his talk “The Green Machine”, in PP 1336 – 39: 106.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, The Light and Dark Sides of the Moon, 6pp, in PP 1249.

BIDINOTTO, ROBERT, In Praise of Pain, 1p, CHALCEDON REPORT 365, Dec. 95, in PP 1324: 123. – These Christians claim copyrights for this article, although the author offers it free on disk! – J.Z.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, From Caves to Computers, 7pp: 434, in PP1529- 33. – Libertarians have still left all too much of their knowledge “in caves” rather than bringing it to the light of microfilm reading machines and computer screens! – J.Z., 13.11.98.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Index to THE FREEMAN, vol. 24, Jan.-Dec.1974, 8pp: 191, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Index, The Freeman, Vol. 33, 1983, 8pp: 479, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Language Traps, 10pp: 613, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Review of: MISES, LUDWIG VON, Nation, State, Economy: Contributions to the Politics and History of our Time, N.Y. Univ. Press, 231pp: 4pp: 536, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Review, 2pp, of: HAYEK, F.A., The Counter- Revolution of Science: Studies in the Abuse of Reason, Liberty Press, 1979, 415pp: 264, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Review, 2pp, of: SIMIS, KONSTANTIN M., USSR: The Corrupt Society, Simon & Schuster, N.Y., 1982, 316pp:412, in PP 1529- 33. – It was a corrupt STATE. Free societies can still not freely develop in the areas of the former Soviet empire. – J.Z., 14.11.98.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Review, 3pp, of: HAZLITT, HENRY, From Bretton Woods to World Inflation: A Study of Causes and Consequences, Regnery Gateway, Chicago, 182pp: 572, in PP 1529-33. – She quotes Hazlitt: “No single nation’s currency could long be expected to hold up the value of all the currencies of the world.” – As a mere standard of value, if sound, it could. As an exchange medium it could not – and one should not even try to do so. If they wanted to then all people in the world could COPY a single sound value standard from the first ones who adopted it -without putting any burden upon its first users. But there would be no sense at all in adopting the “tickets”, purchasing vouchers & clearing certificates of ONE of the many possible and desirable payment and clearing house communities as an exclusive exchange medium for a nation, a continent, the world or even the universe or to try to use them as a “cover” for the own and otherwise unfounded exchange media. A sound value standard, once adopted, does not need “support” or foreign loans – but just enough basic honesty to stick with it, at least until a better one is agreed upon. An unsound one will fail – in spite of all support. – J.Z., 16.4.97 & 11.9.98.

BIEN GREAVES, BETTINA, Review, 3pp, of: TOLSTOY, NIKOLAI, Stalin’s Secret War, 1981, 463pp: 397, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN, BETTINA, Effects of Taxation, 2pp, letter, in PP 1418: 23. See GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN.BIEN, BETTINA, Index to Essays on Liberty, FEE, Vols. I-XII, 1965, 46pp, in PP 1,036. See under GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN.

BIEN, BETTINA, Index to THE FREEMAN, vol. 17, Jan.- Dec. 67, 8pp: 83, in PP 1529- 33.

BIEN, BETTINA, Value is Subjective, 1p letter, in PP 1418: 49. BIERCE, AMBROSE, Extraordinary Opinions on Commonplace Subjects, 1911, 63pp, LBB 1098, contains: Civilization of the Monkey; John Smith’s Ancestors; The Moon in Letters; Decadence of the American Foot; The Clothing of Ghosts; The Passing of the Horse; Newspapers; The Value of Truth; Symbols and Fetishes; Did We Eat One Another? The Bacillus of Crime; Concerning Pictures; On Putting One’s Head Into One’s Belly; Why the Human Nose Has a Western Exposure, in PP 1206.

BIERCE, AMBROSE, The Devil’s Dictionary, 1881ff, 64pp, LBB No. 1056, in PP 1209.

BIERCE, AMBROSE, The Devil’s Dictionary, on the INTERNET, in PP 1349: 22.

BIESENTHAL, LARRY, Natural Rights and Natural Assets, PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 8, 1978, 153-171, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p519, headed: Rawls vs. Nozick on Justice.

BIESER, SCOTT, A Cartoonist’s Introduction to The Libertarian Party of Texas, 1983, 13pp: 142, in PP 1501.

BIESER, SCOTT, Free Speech vs. the Liberal Media, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 319.

BIESER, SCOTT, Liberty in Comics, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 47.

BIESER, SCOTT, State “Services” Threaten our Liberties, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 421.


BIG BUSINESS, 370, 928, 1016, 1139. – It should sponsor or engage in optimal use of e.g. micrographics, for enlightenment, rather than spend big bucks on expensive think tank activities. The finance for one of the large ones could already have achieved complete libertarian publishing on microfiche. For fine literature of Europe, a sponsor has already come forward and SAUR, Munich, will soon offer much of Europe’s o.o.p. titles of fine literature on microfiche. For freedom writings LMP still needs competitors and they need not even be rich, just active and sensible. Nor need there be very many of them to cover the field & catch up with the backlog. All marketing efforts for liberty do not make much sense until the product offer is nearly complete & available upon demand, at prices most people could afford. I love Spencer’s & Sumner’s writings – but could not afford their reprints at $ 1200 – $ 1300. Without that coverage, without most of their intellectual resources, even most freedom lovers remain insufficiently informed. J.Z.)

BIG BUSINESS, See: DYKES, CHARLES, The Stranglehold of “Big Business”, 5pp: 398, in PP 1529- 33.



BIGELOW, POULTNEY, The Free Trade Tendency of William II, 1892, 7pp, in PP 1111.

BIGGERS, JERRY, Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For a New Liberty, 1973, 1p: 34, in PP 1498.

BIKIES, See: FAMULARO, JOHN, Black Leather Party Building in Pennsylvania, 1p, on bikies as libertarians, in PP 1382/85: 404.

BILGRAM, HUGO, A Commercial Clearing House, A substitute for an elastic currency and a simple remedy for financial stringency, 1903, 1907, 27pp, in PP 969.

BILGRAM, HUGO, A Study of the Money Question, 1894, 1955, 55pp, with 3pp of notes by John Zube, 48x, in PP 645.

BILGRAM, HUGO, Analysis of the Nature of Capital and Interest, 1908, 24pp, 29x, in PP 732.

BILGRAM, HUGO, The Cause of Business Stagnation, An Inquiry into the Interrelation of the Industrial and the Financial World, 1905, 14pp, in PP 969.

BILGRAM, HUGO, The Quantity Theory Scrutinized, 1921, 10pp, in PP 969.

BILGRAM, HUGO, The Remedy for Overproduction and Unemployment, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1928, 113pp, in PP 996.

BILITCH, NICK, The Japanese Bogey, 1p: 183, in PP 1470.



BILL OF RIGHTS, ECONOMIC, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Towards an economic constitution, 1p: 129, in PP 1515. – Why not as many as their customers want and are willing to pay for? – J.Z.

BILL OF RIGHTS, First Ten Amendments, 1791, 2pp: 293, in PP 1529-33.

BILL OF RIGHTS, PP 589/90, 599, 961, 1010, 1031, 1139, 1040, 1043, see HUMAN RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, 589/590, CHILDREN’S RIGHTS.

BILL OF RIGHTS, See: BENNETT, JAMES R., The Corporate State and the Bill of Rights, 11pp: 809, in PP 1484/85.

BILL OF RIGHTS, See: COMMITTEE FOR AN ECONOMIC BILL OF RIGHTS, draft of 4 sections, 2pp, in PP 1311: 75.

BILL OF RIGHTS, See: CONGRESS OF THE U.S., N.Y.C., 24 March 1789, Resolution in 12 Articles, touched-up original of the predecessor to the first ten amendments to the Constitution, 1p, 825, in PP 1457/62.

BILL OF RIGHTS, See: VIRGINIA BILL OF RIGHTS, 1776, 4pp: 288, in PP 1529- 33.

BILL OF RIGHTS, SERVICEMEN’S, PP 589/90.BILL OF RIGHTS, TAXPAYERS, PP 1014.BILL OF RIGHTS: 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.

BILL OF RIGHTS: COBB, JOE, An Economic Bill of Rights, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 305.


BILL OF RIGHTS: The Bill of Rights Is Under Attack, 1p flyer, in PP 1,031.

BILL OF RIGHTS: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Is Your Freedom In Danger? The Destruction of the Bill of Rights, 6pp: 54. Another version, 6pp, in PP 1445: 56.

BILLE, FRANK F., The Danish-American Georgist, UNTAX: Henry George’s Agreement with Jakob E. Lange, 1964, 12pp, in PP 1205.

BILLET, L., Political Order and Economic Development: Reflections on Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, POLTICIAL STUDIES, UK, 23, 1975, 430-441, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p100. Headed: Social Framework and Prosperity.

BILLET, LEONARD, The Free Market Approach to Educational Reform, The Rand Paper Series, Santa Monica, Cal., The Rand Corporation, 1978, 37pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p523, headed: Educational Equality.

BILLET, LEONARD, The Just Economy: The Moral Basis of THE WEALTH OF NATIONS, REVIEW OF SOCIAL ECONOMY 34, 1976, 295-315, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p193. Headed: Smith as Political Economist.


BILZI, PAUL, Violence, Disruption, and the War, ca. 1972, 2pp, in PP 1170.



BIOSTASIS, The MIZAR Newsletter, No. 1, Sep. 86, ed. Max O’Connor, 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.

BIOU, JEAN, La Theorie politique de Rousseau – l’homme et le citoyen (The Political Theory of Rousseau: the Man and the Citizen ), ANNALES HISTORIQUES DE LA REVOLUTION FRANCAIS 50, Oct. 78, 501-533, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p818, headed: Rousseau’s Social Contract and Freedom.

BIRCH, PAUL, A Fatal Instability in Anarcho-Capitalism? The Problem of what Happens to the Restitution Ratio, LEGAL NOTES No. 27, 4pp: 39, in PP 1487.

BIRCH, PAUL, Anarcho-Capitalism Dissolves into City States, LEGAL NOTES No. 28, 4pp: 43, in PP 1487.

BIRCH, PAUL, The Decision, LIBERTARIAN FICTIONS No. 2, 4pp: 53, in PP 1487.

BIRCH, SIMON, Religion, Politics & Liberty, 1991, 2pp, LA Religious Notes No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BIRCH, SIMON, The Censorship of Films on British TV, How it works and why it should stop, 95, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 159.

BIRCH, STEPHEN, Asthma risk from mobiles, clipping, 96, in PP 1393: 124. – On mobile phones. – There are many ways to getting one’s mind and body gradually fried. This one is popular at present, almost as much as the microwave ovens and TVs and cathode tube display units for computers. – J.Z.

BIRCHER, RALPH, Indianische Betriebsform, Landwirtschaft, 4 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 210.

BIRD, STEART & ROBILOTTA, PETER, The Wobblies, 6pp leaflet for their play: 138, in PP 1503.

BIRD, STEWART & GEORGAKAS, DAN & SHAFFER, DEBORAH, Solidarity Forever. An oral history of the IWW. 6pp, leaflet for the book: 136, in PP 1503. – Wrong ideas have their own and all too long parasitic life. – J.Z., 27.4.98.

BIRKHEAD, L.M., Religious Bunk Over the Radio, 1929, 28pp, Campaigning Against the Fundamentalist Inquisitors, 27pp, in PP 1206.

BIRMINGHAM, BILL, Rand : The Conscience of a Conservatarian, 2pp, in PP 277/278: 102.

BISCHOFF, REINER, Umweltzerstoerung durch Geld- und Bodenwucher, 1 p. leaflet & note warning of this book, 29x, in PP 725.

BISHOP, JOSEPH B., Cheap Money Experiments in Past and Present Times, 1891, 1892, 122pp, in PP 972.

BISHOP, Steven, DODD, Peter & OFFICER, R.R., Australian Takeovers: The Evidence, 1972 – 1985, CIS, 1987, 81pp, 36x, in PP 718.

BISMARCK, see THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

BISMARCK, The Harm Done by One Individual… 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 19, sheets 417ff.)

BISSEL, ROGER, A Calm Look at Abortion Arguments, 5pp, in PP 1373/75: 21-29.

BISSELL, ROGER, Happiness and Self-Esteems as NON-Utilitarian Phenomena, a reply to DAVID POTTS, 1p: 11, in PP 1488.

BISSELL, ROGER, To Catch a Thief, 6pp: 520, in PP 1457/62. – An objectivist discussion of NEFF, RON, The Liar Is A Thief. Mr. Neff Replies, 1p: 527.

BITA, NATASHA & STAPLETON, JOHN, The Great Water Crisis, A. 27.6.95, 1p, in PP 1443/44: 173.

BITTEL, MAX an EUROPAEISCHER BEOBACHTER, 26.12.46, 4 S.: 118, in PP 1477. – Ueber die Behandlung der Sudetendeutschen nach dem Krieg. Unter den Verfolgten gibt es es solche die viel besprochen und manchmal sogar privilegiert werden und auch solche, deren Existenz und Leiden man gewoehnlich verschweigt und deren Entschaedigungsansprueche nicht anerkannt werden. Manchmal, wenn ueberhaupt, werden Entschaedigungsansprueche nur nach Jahrzehnten anerkannt, fuer die noch Ueberlebenden. Auch dann wird oft unrechtmaessig gehandelt, nach dem “Prinzip” der kollektiven Verantwortung: Die Unschuldingen werden ebenso besteuert wie die Schuldigen! Die meisten Menschenrechte werden immer noch mehr verkannt als anerkannt. – J.Z.

BITTNER, KARL GUSTAV, Die Forelle als Lehrmeister, 3 S., ueber SCHAUBERGER, VICTOR, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 157.

BJORKLUND,C.J., Individualist Anarchism & the Swedish Anarchists, 6pp on Karl Elving & Waldemar Bernhard, in PP 1420/22: 512.

BLACK EYE, N.Y.C., No. 6, Spring 89, 38pp: 75, in PP 1505.

BLACK FLAG QUARTERLY, London, Vol. VII, No. 6, 1984, 40pp, in PP 1232.

BLACK GAZETTE, THE, Sydney, all issues, Nos. I-III, 1976-1977, 24x, in PP 36-37.


BLACK MARKET MEDICINE, PP 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 54), BLACK MARKET, See: GUARDIAN, THE & S.M.H., 5.1.98, World’s black economy booming as $ 4.7 trillion escapes taxman, 1p: 134, in PP 1501.

BLACK MARKET, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Subterranean Economy, review, 3pp, of: BAWLY, DAN, The Subterranean Economy, McGraw-Hill, 187pp: 329, in PP 1529- 33.

BLACK MARKET, See: MCCARRY, JOHN, Peru Begins Again: A few lines from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 5/96, on informal economy (50% of jobs): 80, in PP 1495. – If only they were aware of and practised monetary freedom as well! – J.Z. – See: Underground Economy.


BLACK MARKETS: REHMKE, GREG, Black Markets, Parallel Societies, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 198. – On black markets especially in Poland, Peru & China.

BLACK REVOLUTION, PP 1007. (Contrary to prevailing beliefs and that of the author, L.K. Ervin, maximum autonomy for blacks, as well, can only be achieved exterritorially and for volunteer communities. J.Z.)

BLACK ROSE 12, Travels, Mondragon, Anarchist Movements, Winter 86/87, 50 S., sample, in PP 1401: 114.

BLACK ROSE, Anarchist Bookshop, a non-profit collectively run shop, 1995, 1p leaflet, in PP 495.


BLACK STAR, Tucson, Sum. 1985, 32pp, in PP 1425: 44.

BLACK TORCH, Melbourne, No. 7, May 86, 10pp, an anarchist publication, in PP 1255.

BLACK, ANTONY, Society and the Individual from the Middle Ages to Rousseau : Philosophy, Jurisprudence and Constitutional Theory, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, Sum. 80, 145-166, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1590, headed: The Evolving Notions of Individual and Society.

BLACK, BOB, Anarchists, Anarchism and other impediments to Anarchy, 1985, 2pp, 36x, in PP 636, also at 29x in PP 642.

BLACK, BOB, Der Anarchismus u. andere Hindernisse auf dem Weg zur Anarchie, uebersetzt von Robert Steinhagen, 3 S., in PP 1326.

BLACK, BOB, How to Jump-Start the Motor of History, 3pp: 171, in PP 1455.

BLACK, BOB, Left Rites, 1p, 36x, in PP 636.

BLACK, BOB, The Abolition of Work and other essays, 160pp, n.d.: LOOMPANICS, Leaflet, 2pp, 387, in PP 1506/07.

BLACK, BOB, The Abolition of Work, 1985, 17pp, 36x, in PP 771.

BLACK, BOB, The Baby and the Bathwater. (His Conflict with PW.), 36x, PP 560.

BLACK, BOB, Theses on Groucho Marxism, 3pp, 29x, in PP 525.

BLACK, MATT, Do You Feel the Draft? War Resister’s League and Central Committee of Conscientious Objectors, 1p, n.d., in PP 1,017. (Panarchism extends the principle of conscientious objection and that of voluntaryism – to EVERY kind of community desired by some for themselves, at their risk and expense, no matter how wrong or absurd it appears to be in the eyes of others. I have still to meet C.O.s how can so extend that principle and comprehend the implications. J.Z.)

BLACK, ROBERT, An Objectivist Answers A Letter from the Culture, 1p: 80, in PP 1498.

BLACK, ROBERT, FDA: Wrong Both Ways, 1p: 89, in PP 1498.

BLACK, ROBERT, The Science-Society Crisis, 1p: 76, in PP 1498. – It is more a question of the State using and abusing science to interfere with society. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

BLACK, VIRGINIA, Responsibility Management: The Primary Object of Moral Education, JOURNAL OF MORAL EDUCATION, UK, 7, 1978, 166-181, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p388, headed: Autonomy and Taking Responsibility.

BLACKBURN, THOMAS E., Feminist model of rape smacks of hypocrisy, 1991, 1p, in PP 1132.

BLACKMAIL, See: BLOCK, WALTER, The Blackmailer as Hero, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 19.

BLACKMAR, F.W., Tax Reform, 3pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

BLACKSTONE, WILLIAM T., Freedom and Women, ETHICS 85, April 75, 243-248, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p903, headed: Varieties of Feminism.

BLACKWELL, RUSSELL, Autonomy and Responsibility, 4pp: 135, in PP1515.

BLAINE, JAMES G., Free Trade for Shipping, 3 pp, 29x, in PP 602.BLAINEY, GEOFFREY, A Bill of Contradictions, 3pp, in PP 1139, on 85 Bill of Rights.

BLAIR, LEWIS H., UNWISE LAWS, A Consideration of the Operations of a Protective Tariff upon Industry, Commerce and Society, 1886, 184pp, 29x, in PP 411.

BLAKE, PETER, Don’t Tread On Me, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

BLAKE, TREVOR, Anarchist: Think for Yourself, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BLAKE, VILA J., The Decline of Churches, 22pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1978, 29x, in PP 373-375.

BLAKENEY, SALLY, Parents, Teachers Fight over Please-Yourself School Freedom, 1972, on Currambena, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

BLANCHARD, JAMES U., III, Why Inflation Is Institutionalized? Inflation: The Churning Juggernaut, 2pp, in PP 1247.

BLANCHARD, JIM, III, National Committee for Monetary Reform, subscription appeal, 1p, 48x in PP 740.

BLANCHARD, PAUL, Review of: SMITH, GEORGE H., Atheism: The Case Against God, 1p: 73, in PP 1468.

BLANCHARD’S MARKET ALERT, sample issue, n.d., 8pp, in PP 1247.

BLAND, LEEANNE, The Fuehrer Files, Hitler’s Death: The Final Report, on SBS., SMH review, Jan. 2, 1998, 1p: 81, in PP 1496. – According to this, Hitler was on no less than 92 different medicines, from amphetamines to cocaine eye drops, in the last stages of his life. His ideas and actions were mad in many respects, not only during his last days. According to some reports that I have read, decades ago, an advanced stage of syphilis had long affected his brain and the quantity of drugs given to him and their interactions must have made matters worse. Nevertheless, the territorial system allowed such a madman to come to power and stay in it for 12 years, destroying much of the population and countries of Europe. We still have the same territorial power system there and elsewhere, ready for the next mad power grabbers. Even the minor power and drug addicts in office do already do too much wrong and harm as political “leaders”, even in supposedly “democratic” and “republican” countries. – PIOT, J.Z.

BLAND, R.P., Free Coinage and an Elastic Currency, 1892, 8pp, in PP 1111.

BLANDSHARD, BRAND, Reason and Analysis, review by HENRY VEATCH, 2pp: 42, in PP 1468.

BLANDY, RICHARD, see KASPER, WOLFGANG, JEFF BENNETT & RICHARD BLANDY, Fiji, Opportunity from Adversity? CIS Pacific Papers 1, 1988, 185pp, in PP 1147.

BLANK, STEPHEN, Britain: The Politics of Foreign Economic Policy, the Domestic Economy and the Problem of Pluralistic Stagnation, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION 31, Autumn 77, 673-721, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p418, headed: British Foreign Policy and Stagnation.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, an ZUBE, KURT, ca. 23.4.83, 2 S., in PP 1333: 69.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Aufgaben, Moeglichkeiten und Strategien des Bundesdeutschen Anarchismus in den 80-34 Jahren, kein Datum, 12 S., in PP 1,006. – I do possess some of his correspondence with Kurt Zube and I would like to see all his writings on microfiche but he still seems to be addicted to print on paper. Can you cure him of that? – J.Z.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Bakunin u. die Theorie des Staates. Vorrede zur Rekonstruction der bakunistischen Oekonomie in der Auseinandersetzung mit Marx, undated paper, 11 S., in PP 1417: 45.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Entwurf: DAS INSTITUT FUER HANDEL UND WANDEL, IHW, stellt sich vor, 7 S., in PP 1,006. Mit Design Studie, 8 S.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Neue Perspektiven zur Arbeitslosigkeit, ueberarbeitete Fassung, 13 S., 1986 oder spaeter, in PP 1,006.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Noch ein Tschernobyl, wenn das Volk es whyl! Eine anarchistische Kritik an der “gruenen” Forderung nach Volksentscheid, 6pp, 36x, in PP 709,736, 29x, in PP 667.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, The Manufacture of Subjection: A Critique of Compulsory State Education, 1992, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 11, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, to CREUTZ, Helmut, Dec. 83, 3pp, 29x, in PP 742.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Towards a Libertarian Theory of Fascism, 1986, LA Historical Notes, No. 1, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Trainingsprogramm zur Theorie und Praxis der Libertaeren Bewegung: Grundkurs: Libertaere Theorie, Praxis und Politik, Edition Sathon, 1984, 52 S., in PP 1,006.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Unity & Diversification in Libertarian Defence Policies, 2pp, in PP 1445: 127. – The libertarian proposals for libertarian defence and liberation efforts and peace through individual liberty, expressed especially in PP 61-63 & 16-18, are, apparently, still unread by most libertarians. One can lead a horse to the water but one cannot make it drink. – J.Z., 25.9.97.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Vom Naehrwert der Anarchie. Auforderung zur Rueckeroberung des Brotes, 12 S., in PP 1408: 65.

BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Was mit dem Geld auf Ihrem Konto passiert, oder: Wo Inflation gemacht wird und wer daran verdient, 1p, Dec. 83, 29x, in PP 742. (See the replies by Creutz, Taylor, Rosenbohm.)

BLASCHKE, WILHELM, Brauchen wir eine Plansprache? 2 S., Welthilfssprache, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 121.

BLASCHKE, WILHELM, Die Europaeische Sprache entsteht. Plansprache – Technik – IALA. Kurzausgabe des 250 S. Manuskriptes, 32 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 313.

BLASCHKE, WILHELM, Eine Frau gestaltet die Welt, 2 S., ueber Alice Vanderbilt-Morris, die die Weltsprachenforschung befoerderte. (Sehr unpassender Titel. – J.Z.), IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 142.

BLASCHKE, WILHELM, Plansprache heute und morgen, 2 S., Welthilfssprache, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 156.

BLASPHEMY, and end to, LA Legal Notes 9, in PP 1052-61,

BLATCHFORD, ROBERT, God and my Neighbor, Haldeman – Julius Publications, n.d., 128pp, in PP 1222.

BLATT, STEVEN to CAPLAN, BRYAN, Blatt Replies on Christians, 9pp, in PP 1541/42: 235.

BLAUG, MARK, Kuhn vs. Lakatos, or Paradigms vs. Research Programmes in the History of Economics, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 7, 1975, 399-433, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p270, headed: Paradigms vs. Research Programmes.

BLEIBERG, ROBERT M., Wage and Price Controls: The 1971-74 Experience, 1974, 5pp, in PP 935.

BLEIL, GORDON B., The Case of the Bulletin Board, 2pp: 23, in PP1529- 33.

BLINKHORN, MARTIN, Spain: The Spanish Problem and the Imperial Myth, JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY 15, Jan. 80, 5-25, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1115, headed: Spain and the Imperial Myth.

BLISS, D.P. & YARROS, VICTOR, Individualist or Philosophical Anarchism, 1897, 12pp, 24x, in PP 15.

BLISS, W.D.P., ed., THE NEW ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SOCIAL REFORM, 1909, 1416pp, 36x, PP 511-514.

BLISS, W.D.P., ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SOCIAL REFORM, 1898, Philosophical Individualism, 2pp, in PP 1425: 21.

BLOCH, FARRELL, Essential Libertarianism, 1p, in PP 1425: 14.

BLOCK, ROBERT, World Makes Bosnia its Own Asylum, clipping, 1p, in PP 1088. Asylum or Ghetto? Typically, the panarchistic or exterritorialist alternative for the Balkan & elsewhere is not discussed at all in the mass media. So the discontent, terrorism, revolutions, and generalized bloodshed go on and on, there and everywhere, e.g. in ca. 30 wars going on every year, somewhere, and even 60 in 92! And outside this series there is, to my knowledge, no alternative avenue, either, to discuss rightful and rational ways to stop this murderous nonsense. Thousands of peace publications just repeat the usual errors, myths and prejudices.

BLOCK, WALTER & BADAVAS, VICKY, The $ 4.25/Hour Syndrome, CHALCEDON REPORT, 5/97, 3pp, 118, in PP 1453.

BLOCK, WALTER & CUSHING, MICHELE, Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward, 2pp, CHALCEDON REPORT, August 97, 2pp, 124, in PP 1453. – Bellamy was apparently never aware of how much he was looking backwards rather than forwards in his writings. As Ulrich von Beckerath used to say: If there is anything like an “inherited sin” among mankind then it is the notion of tribal communism. – J.Z.

BLOCK, WALTER & FUCETOLA, R., Atheism and Anarchism, An Interview with Madalyn Murray O’Hair, 1972, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

BLOCK, WALTER, A Free Market in Kidneys? 1p, in PP 1430/31: 231.

BLOCK, WALTER, A Positive Balance of Trade, 1p: 98, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Affirmative Action Chickens Finally Come Home to Roost, 1p: 73, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Against the Volunteer Militia, 1p, 36x, in PP 369. – As if only one type were possible, one not interesting for libertarians. – J.Z.

BLOCK, WALTER, Ambulance Chasing, 1p: 49, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Analyzing the Welfare System, 1988, 4pp, in PP 1,016.BLOCK, WALTER, Anarcho-capitalism vs. Limited Government, 3pp, in PP 110 & in PP 274.BLOCK, WALTER, Blockian Ethics – A Reply, 1p, in PP 1312/14: 59.

BLOCK, WALTER, Business Closures, 2pp: 100, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Collective Rights? 1p: 19, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Customs Union – or Real Honest to Goodness Free Trade? 1p: 33, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Defending the Undefendable, “Libertarianism’s Most Controversial Book”, a 2p leaflet with statements by supporters and detractors, 29x, in PP 243, 1p adv. leaflet, in PP 861, see: LUBBOCK, RICHARD, Vile Bodies We Should Love, Quest, Dec. 1977, 9pp, in PP 1,016.

BLOCK, WALTER, Defending the Undefendable, a review by LUBBOCK, RICHARD, Vile Bodies We Should Love, 19pp: 34, in PP 1506/07.

BLOCK, WALTER, Defending the Undefendable. Here only an advertisement, 1p, Libertarianisms’s Most Controversial Book? In PP 491.

BLOCK, WALTER, Dog-Eat-Dog Capitalism, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 339. – If only dogs were eating each other. There would soon be much less dog droppings about. – The pop notion on competition is as unrealistic. – J.Z., 8.6.98.

BLOCK, WALTER, Dr., Zoning, its Costs and Relevance, 11pp: 199, in PP 1506/07.

BLOCK, WALTER, Economic Scapegoats, Introduction, 2pp, in PP 1350: 71.

BLOCK, WALTER, Economics and the Environment, review, 1p, by Dawn VISCEGLIA, in PP 1234.

BLOCK, WALTER, Economists, 2pp: 14, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, For Revolutionary Anarcho-Capitalism, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

BLOCK, WALTER, Free Market Environmentalists, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Heroin : Right On, Pigs, 2pp, in PP 1,018.

BLOCK, WALTER, It Usually Starts with Five Cents an Hour, 8pp, in PP 1,018.

BLOCK, WALTER, Japanese Robots, 2pp: 56, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Mises as Hard-Money Gold-Standard Advocate, n.d., 13pp, in PP 1185. – May be incomplete!

BLOCK, WALTER, No More “Adults Only” Rental Accommodation, 1p: 102, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Parkland, 2pp: 36, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Promoting Capitalism in Eastern Europe, 2pp: 105,in PP 1515. – How many billions have already been lost in government sponsorships of “capitalism”? – J.Z.

BLOCK, WALTER, See: BANDOW, DOUG, Economic Means for Environmental Ends, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. On Walter Block’s book: Economics & the Environment, Fraser Institute, 332pp.

BLOCK, WALTER, Sexual Politics, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 327.

BLOCK, WALTER, Sustainable Growth, Slow Growth, 2pp: 96, in PP1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, The Blackmailer as Hero, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 19.BLOCK, WALTER, The CBC, 2pp: 11, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, The Handicapped and the Environment, 2pp: 119, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, The Immigrant Peril, 1p: 15, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, The Old Curmudgeon as Hero, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 38.BLOCK, WALTER, The Pimp as Hero, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 26.BLOCK, WALTER, The Polish Union, Solidarity, 2pp: 80, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Traffic Reports, 2pp: 116, in PP 1515.

BLOCK, WALTER, Western Civilization, 2pp: 124, in PP 1515.

BLOOM, HOWARD, The Lucifer Principle, extract only, 4pp, n.d., in PP1534: 130.

BLOUNT, P. Clavell, 4pp of leaflets on his National Ideas Scheme, 29x, in PP 726. He sent me more material on this but not permission to reproduce his whole book, Ideas into Action. What he sent should be on one of the upcoming fiche. He is still active in his late eighties or nineties. – J.Z.

BLOUNT, P.C., to ZUBE, JOHN, 7.8.92, 1p, with some leaflets, on Fluoridation and his GUARDIAN interview and extracts from his book, IDEAS INTO ACTION : 35pp, in PP 479.

BLUEBOOKS, EIGHT BLUEBOOKS, BY JOSEPH MCCABE, 445pp, HALDEMAN – JULIUS PUBLICATIONS: B-636, B-758, B-790, B-832 & No. 492, in PP 1207. – MANY others of the LITTLE BLUE BOOK and of other series by HALDEMAN – JULIUS PUBLICATIONS were filmed by LMP but they are not all and together listed as such, as yet but only under the author’s names. J.Z. See, e.g., HALDEMAN-JULIUS & MCCABE.

BLUEPRINT FOR LIBERTARIAN ACTIVISTS, no date, no author. Copied from a copy I found at the Heartland Institute, Chicago, 46pp, indexed, in PP 967.

BLUESTEIN, ABE to GOLDMAN, EMMA, N.Y. City, April 16, 1938, 3pp, in PP 1359: 72.

BLUESTEIN, ABE to GOLDMAN, EMMA, Paris, January 4, 1938, 8pp, in PP 1359: 63.

BLUESTEIN, ABE, Fighters for Anarchism, Mollie Steimer & Senya Fleshin. A Memorial Volume, assembled and edited by Abe Bluestein, Libertarian Publications Group, 1983, 90pp, in PP 1113. “Not copyrighted”. – I wish that phrase would be added much more often! Furthermore : If only anarchists spent as much love and attention on the foundations, evaluations, implications and applications of their principles, as they do on personal histories and struggles! So far they are not even consistent enough to welcome voluntarism in everything as their primary principle, as most opposed to domination by a few or by the many. Some are so far astray that they consider equality of outcomes, not of rights, as a fundamental characteristics of anarchism and an authoritarian domination of those loving archies as consistent with their kind of “anarchism”. – J.Z.

BLUESTEIN, ABE, Fighters for Anarchism, Mollie Steimer & Senya Fleshin, 85pp, Libertarian Publications Group, in 2 fiche edition by Richard Gaska, not very well reproduced. Available from LMP. for $ 2. Good as sample of filming mistakes to be avoided. – J.Z.

BLUME, Mary, At the Conversation Table, Lily Szenasi at table, 1984, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

BLUMENFELD, SAMUEL L., Are Compulsory School Attendance Laws Necessary? Part 2, 4pp, in PP 499.

BLUMENFELD, SAMUEL L., The New Illiterates and how to keep your child from becoming one, 1p review by DONALD FEDER, in PP 1367/68: 96.

BLUMSOHN, GARY, Airline Monopolies = Pie in the Sky, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 37.

BLUMSOHN, GARY, Property Rights in a Free Market Economy, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 82 & 5pp: 95.

BLUMSOHN, GARY, The Lessons of Swiss Development, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 125.

BLUNDELL, JOHN, Enterprise Zone Solution, Flaws in the theory, 1p, in PP 278.

BLUNDELL, JOHN, The Pitfalls of Contracting Out, 1p, in PP 1297.

BLUNDELL, V.H., A Child’s Guide to the Understanding of Free Trade & Protective Tariffs, Part I, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 16.

BLUNDELL, V.H., False and True Paths to Higher Wages, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 860.

BLUNDELL, V.H., Legacy of Inflation and Land Monopoly, The, 1982, 13 pp, 48x, in PP 626.

BO YIN RA, Das Buch vom Glueck, 93 S., Auszug und Besprechung, wahrscheinlich von K.Z. 1 S., in PP 1328. K.Z. war fast lebenslaenglich ein “fan” von Bo Yin Ra. Ich weiss nicht warum. Mir boten seine Schriften Nichts.- J.Z. 27.5.96.

BOANZA, JOSE M.S., The Real CNT Stands Up, 4pp, in PP 493. – Let ALL CNTs and all parties, movements and communities of volunteers “stand up”, on their own, fully & exterritorially autonomous, under their own personal laws, customs or contracts, self-responsible, “self-governing”, based on individual consent – and individual secessionism. An obvious anarchic implication – but how many anarchists see it and comprehend it and propose it as the fastest and most rightful avenue towards the realization of their own ideals? They act as if all people could turn from religious fanatics to fanatical anarchists, without the intermediate development stage of religious liberty or religious tolerance. Thereby they mostly defeat their own efforts. – J.Z.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE to ZUBE, JOHN, in PP 1417: May 1, 66, 1p: 56; July 13, 66, 4pp: 58; Dec. 24, 66, 3pp: 62; March 23, 67, 1p: 64.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, If You Want to Have Some Fun, 68, 1p, in PP 1417: 55.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, None So Blind, n.d., 1p, in PP 1417: 53.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, Peace through the “Peace Corps”? 1p, 24x, in PP 12.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, Philosophic Research Unlimited, 1p,n.d., in PP 1417: 54.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, The Essence of Freedom, 11p, n.d., published by KAPACO UNLIMITED, originally by GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, Colorado Springs, Colorado, in PP 1,020.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, What Protection? 11pp, n.d., in PP 1161. Karlis Paucitis used to publish Boardman’s writings. I seek the address of K. Paucitis, if he is still alive and of all remaining writings by George Boardman, for filming. – J.Z.

BOARDMAN, GEORGE, Writing & Speaking in Freedom, 1p, n.d., in PP 1417: 51.

BOAT PEOPLE DEPORTATION: A picture speaks more than a thousand words: On the coercive deportation of Vietnamese boat people from a Hong Kong prison holding them. – SMH, 15.4.96, in PP 1349: 119. Also in: PP 1378/81: 476.

BOAT PEOPLE, 80-82 (Golden Door Project), see Asylum, Immigration, Unemployment. The permanent full employment resulting from monetary freedom would, among other things, lead to open door policies. Panarchism would remove the doors. J.Z.

BOAZ, DAVID D., A Conservative Case for Decriminalizing Marijuana, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 336.

BOAZ, DAVID D., Time for a Brake on Taxes! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 368. – A mere brake or slowing down of tax increases is not enough for me. I insist upon a stop sign for all compulsory taxes, by replacing all by voluntary taxes only. Moreover, I insist upon my share in the remaining governmental assets. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

BOAZ, DAVID, A Primer, contents listing only, 1p, n.d., in PP 1534: 83.

BOAZ, DAVID, Conservatives Should Oppose War on Drugs, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.BOAZ, DAVID, Libertarianism and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 278.

BOAZ, DAVID, Libertarians and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 277/278: 149.

BOAZ, DAVID, President Bush’s call to arms. He’s undermining American values, 1p, 89, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. But he is adding billions in black market values to drugs, of which rarely more than 1/10th are confiscated. Thus I can imagine drug lords wanting to sponsor the war on drugs. The top men are rarely caught and politicians can always use sponsors and have x cover-up facilities. The higher street price attracts more pushers and induces the users to commit more robberies and murders. That boosts the image of politicians as “protectors”. Meanwhile, under the drug war pretence, cash deals are more and more restricted or lead even to arbitrary police seizures – which directly and indirectly increases the crime called taxation. Thus politicians and bureaucrats get more powers and more unofficial and official funds. A neat protection racket, protected by unthinking voters granting the sanction of the victims. J.Z.

BOAZ, DAVID, Privatize Social Security, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. That would also require the repeal of legal tender and of the money issue monopoly, as preconditions for inflation, the repeal of interest regulations and of trustee acts that assure “investments” in tax slaves and of interest regulations that prevent high interest and credit insured productive investment of e.g. old age private security funds. Under this freedom most old age pensioners could become millionaires. Politicians and their “measures” and “programmes” prevent us from becoming so rich. Seeing that it is always harder to rule rich people, politicians may feel more secure when, once again, they increased the number of the dependent poor. – J.Z.

BOAZ, DAVID, The “Pretense of Knowledge”, 1p, in PP 278.

BOAZ, DAVID, The Drug War Hits Home, 5pp, in PP 499.

BOAZ, DAVID, The Pretence of Knowledge, 1p, in PP 277/278: 206.

BOAZ, DAVID, Who Would You Rather Work For: Uncle Sam Or Yourself? 1p, 29x, in PP 423.

BOCK, ALAN W., Left-Right Libertarians find Common Ground, some Disagreements, an article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176.

BOCK, ALAN W., Moratorium on a Misused Term (free enterprise), 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 280.

BOCK, ALAN W., The environmental impact of laws against marijuana, 1p, 1990, in PP 1362/63: 30.

BOCK, ALAN W., The Market vs. the Mandate, 1990, 1p, in PP 1117.

BOCK, ALAN W., Tripping on Freedom, an article on Dana Rohrabacher, in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.

BOCK, ALAN, Energy, airlines and banks, 1pp, in PP 1382/85: 133.

BOCK, ALAN, On Adding Tolerance to Freedom, 2pp: 96, in PP 1488.

BOCKLET, RICHARD, The Swiss Militia, from RIFLE 87, May-June 83, 4pp, in PP 1078.

BODDIE, DICK, Give me Liberty – not Equality, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 440.

BODDY, ELENORE, Back to nowhere, a review of THOMAS MORE’s ‘Utopia’, 3pp, in PP 1377: 13.

BODDY, ELENORE, Beyond Good and Evil, Review of: HOLBROOK, STEWART H., The Age of Moguls, 4pp, in PP 1376: 154.

BODDY, ELENORE, Review of GOLDWATER, BARRY: 1. The Conscience of a Conservative, 2. Why Not Victory? 3.) Where I Stand, 2pp, in PP 1376: 9.

BODDY, ELENORE, The wrong villain, a review of MICHAEL HARRINGTON’s The other America, 3pp, in PP 1377: 56.

BODDY, ELENORE, Transactions in Power, Review of: WHITE, THEODORE H., The Making of the President 1960, 3pp, in PP 1376: 52.

BODDY, ELENORE, Who and What Is the John Birch Society? 7pp, in PP 1376: 67.

BODENREFORM, Moeglichkeiten eine Bodenreform auf genossenschaftlicher Grundlage zu realisieren, 2 S., 1972, 29x, in PP 896.

BODYPARTS: BLOCK, WALTER, A Free Market in Kidneys? 1p, in PP 1430/31: 231. – A better option would be the ability to grow the own from a few stored cells. – J.Z.

BOEHM-BAWERK, See: SMART, WILLIAM, An Introduction to the Theory of Value, on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Boehm-Bawerk, 1891, 1910, 1914, 1920, 1923, 1926, 1966, 114pp, indexed, in PP 1243/44.

BOEHME, LILLIAN R., Of Heroes… and Villains… and Victims, part II, on Kerner Commission on riots, 7pp; Vietnam: Toward a Coherent Policy, Part II, 12pp; also: Part IV: Future Imperative; The Work of Jane Jacobs; “Woodstock” Two: Where It’s At; The Proliferation of Package -Dealing Trigger Words and Smuggled Concepts, Part I: The Apple Pie Massacre & Part II of the above; Book Review: Uncle Sam, The Monopoly Man, 7pp, all in THE LIBERTARIAN, in PP 1138.

BOESCHE, ROGER, The Prison: Tocqueville’s Model for Despotism, THE WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 33, Dec. 80, 550-563, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1885, headed: Tocqueville : On Prisons & Modern Despotism.

BOETIE, ETIENNE de la, 349, 896.

BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, See: WARREN, BILL, The Politics of Obedience. Etienne de la Boetie and the Present, 5pp: 588, in PP 1484/85.

BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, ca. 1550, 15pp, 29x, in PP 392.

BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, 1p review by LEONARD P. LIGGIO, in PP 1367/68: 132.

BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, The Will to Bondage, in English and French, 1974, 144pp, Ralph Myles Publisher, Colorado Springs. Preface to this edition by James J. Martin, 7pp. 1577 text of the Discours de la servitude, in parallel with 1735 translation as A Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, edited, with annotations and an introduction, a bibliography and a chronology by Wm. Flygare. In PP 1254. – This is the most scholarly treatment of this freedom classic that have seen and expect to see. – J.Z.

BOETTIGER, ADDI, Freiheit statt Sozialismus, Besprechung von K.H.Z. Solneman’s DAS MANIFEST DER FREIHEIT UND DES FRIEDENS, 2 S., in KONKRET – Literatur 77/78, Neuerscheinungen, Okt. 77, in PP 811. Also in PP 1327: 108.

BOETTKE, PETER J., Rothbard & Austrian Economics, A Response, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 249.

BOGEN, JAMES & FARRELL, DANIEL M., Freedom and Happiness in Mill’s Defense of Liberty, PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 28, Oct. 78, 325-338, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p695, headed: Mill, Freedom, and Happiness.

BOGIN, RUTH, New Jersey’s True Policy: The Radical Republican Vision of Abraham Clark, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 35, Jan. 78, 100-109, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p595, headed: Abraham Clark’s Radical Republicanism.

BOGLE, JOANNA, Small is Beautiful, reflecting on her experience in local government, Free Nation, privatization supplement No. 1, 1p, in PP 1,013.

BOHLAND, BRAD, New Age Anarchism, 3pp: 169, in PP 1455.

BOHNSACK, G., Land Problems and their Solution in the Federal Republic of Germany, Georgist, 1982, 9pp, 48x, in PP 626.

BOIKE, PETER, WALTER BULLEN, RICHARD B. GREGG, WALTER LONGSTRETH, They Do As They Say, 5pp, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097. – Going just one step towards a general solution of the problem of coercive membership and territorial subjugation is NOT enough. – J.Z.

BOLAND, LAWRENCE A., A Critique of Friedman’s Critics, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 17, June 79, 503-522, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1208, headed: Milton Friedman’s Critics.

BOLICK, CLINT, Grassroots Tyranny: The Limits of Federalism, Cato, 1993, 195pp, here only in 4pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

BOLICK, CLINT, The home schooling movement, 6pp, in PP 1430/31: 179.

BOLIVAR, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Final Struggle.

BOLLER, PAUL F.Jr., William James as an Educator: Individualism and Democracy, TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD 80, Feb. 79, 587-601, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p996, headed: William James as Individualist.

BOLO’BOLO, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 729.

BOLO-LOG, See: P.M., Bolo-Log, in PP 1451.

BOLSHEVISM, PP 412p407. See Communism, Socialism, State Socialism.

BON, GUSTAVE LE, Different Kinds of Crowds, 2pp from The Crowd, in PP 1430/31: 55.

BOND UNIVERSITY, Queensland, a private university, 10pp, in PP 1430/31: 274.

BOND, J. EDWARD, Whose Rights? 1967, 16pp, IHS, in PP 1115.

BOND, THE, Servicemen’s Bill of Rights, with comments by John Zube, 2pp, 24x, in PP 12.

BONDY, FRANCOIS, Bei Tag sind alle Utopien grau. Die umfassenden Entwuerfe einer besseren Welt sind fragwuerdig geworden. – SUEDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, 7/8 July 1990, 2 S., in PP 1323: 39. Die uebliche Verallgemeinerung. Es gibt viele despotische und wenige freiheitliche Utopien. Die werden dann zusammengeworfen und alle verurteilt. – J.Z., 17.8.93, 6.6.96.

BONJOUR, FELIX, Real Democracy in Operation, The Example of Switzerland, 1920, indexed, ca. 230pp, in PP 1062.

BONNIFIELD, LEE, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

BONNOT GANG: BETRAN, E., The Bonnot Gang, A Reminiscence, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 151.

BOOG, The 2 Big Lies of Capitalist Economics, 1p, in PP 1110. I disagree with Boog and believe that enemies of “capitalism” are usually still more full of “crap”. However, if one wants to engage in discussion, one has to start somewhere. I am still looking for the newspaper article by Hans Habe, during the forties, in defence of capitalism, which drew thousands of reader responses. I collected a number of general and explicitly defensive books on capitilism, most of them still under copyrights claims. I wish someone would bother to gather permissions for them and produce a combined series of them and other such titles on microfiche. I can’t do it all by myself. Do your bit! – J.Z.

BOOHER, W.B., Florida Homesteader Proves Economy in Home Production, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 67.

BOOHER, W.B., The Case for Home Milling: You Can Grind Your Own Flours and Cereals, Better & Cheaper, 69, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 49.

BOOK BURNING: COUCH, W.T., The Sainted Book Burners, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 369.

BOOK DISTRIBUTION, PP 200. – Check your premises: Most books are not or no longer published and not widely enough distributed, either. – J.Z.


BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, ANARCHOS magazine, Anarchy and Organization, A Letter to the Left, reprinted from NEW LEFT NOTES, Jan. 15, 1969, 4pp, in PP 1328: 139.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, Den Entwurf der Revolution neu bestimmen – Marxismus als buergerliche Soziologie, 8 S.: 65, in PP 1502.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, Desire and Need, in Anarchos 1, 9pp, in PP 980.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, El anarquismo, 1984 y el proximo avenir, 7pp: 45, in PP 1494.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, Listen, Marxist! 1971, 49pp, in PP 1129.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, Radical Agriculture, 4pp, in PP 471/472p250.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, Remaking Society, Quebec, Black Rose Books 1989, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 2pp, 29x, in PP 921. – I do not like Bookchin’s writings enough to want to reproduce most of them, at my expense, on fiche, even if I could get permission for this. However, left anarchists and eco-anarchists should be willing to do so. How many forests have the green anarchists turned into paper, largely filled with prejudices, so far? – J.Z.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, The Kronstadt Uprising, 1921, an introduction, 10pp: 27, in PP 1501.

BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, The Unity of Ideals and Practice, 4pp: 107, in PP 1526.

BOOKER, ANTON S., Carry Nation of Kansas, who fought the liquor traffic with a hatchet, Haldeman – Julius Publication, 1944, 24pp, in PP 1222. BOOKLISTS, PP 50-55, 64/65, 106 – 110, 181, 246 316-318, 333, 347/48, 370, 414, 423, 484, 503, 536, 567, 576, 583, 611/12, 635, 636, 642, 645, 654, 657, 676, 683/85, 697, 719, 724, 725, 728, 730/31, 736, 739, 743, 786, 811, 814, 818, 822/3, 825, 837, 845, 852, 871 – 873, 875, 889, 898, 907 – 910:pp 526/7 & UMI list of o.o.p. books, 914, 920 – 923, 931/32, 935, 966, 972, 991 – 993, 1017, 1036/37, 1072, 1098, 1105, 1111, 1114, 1131, 1137, 1158. See Bibliographies, Literature Lists, HARLEIAN MISCELLANY CLUB. Booklist on panarchism: 66/69.

BOOKNET, electronic catalog of ca. 1 million books in print in Australia, 1/2p, in PP 907-910. – How many of them are freedom books? The Australian National Library is supposed to have electronically listed all the books in public libraries, with their locations. I have not yet made use of their printouts from this catalog, for freedom titles and the library to library loan service, within Australia, through which one can probably access most but the oldest, rarest and most brittle ones. But I intend to, once I have finally caught up with my backlog – which may be still years away. – J.Z.

BOOKS FOR LIBERTARIANS, Leaflet, introductory, 4pp: 1-4, in PP 1468.

BOOKS FOR LIBERTARIANS, Washington, Review & Sales List, incomplete: April 73, May 73, Jan. 74, March 74, April 74, June 74, July 74, September 74, 80pp: 5-84, in PP 1468.

BOOKS ON DISK, From the Internet, See: DISKS FROM THE INTERNET: SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, THE B & R SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, West Roxbury, published by Richard Seltzer, published on disk with the appeal: “Please Copy This Disk”. 144 pp, in PP 1409/10: 243.

BOOKS ON DISK, See: SOFTSERV TOOLKIT, 1990, incomplete print-out, 232pp, in PP 1022. It had already failed by 1995. But a less formalistic approach, with less in insistence upon copyrights and profits might succeed, at least by teaching more people on how to best make use of this self-publishing option and encouraging them to use a common listing – and one integrated with books in print on other media, too. – J.Z., 16.10.97.

BOOKS WANTED BY JOHN ZUBE, in 1979: PP 50-54 & 64-65. An upcoming freedom bibliography will indicate which ones I have already acquired in the meantime and many more that I still want. A combined wanted and for sale list could be, among other things, a step towards a complete libertarian bibliography. PC use would facilitate such information exchange but few seem to use their PCs for the promotion of liberty, in any way. – Start by listing the rare titles you want and those you already have, as well as those you are prepared to sell or swap with. And do begin to share your treasures micrographically! – J.Z.

BOOKS WANTED BY LMP, from titles once offered by The Libertarian Book House, Bombay, 1p, 48x, in PP 645.

BOOKS, ELECTRONIC ONES, See: HOWE, PETER, Extending books’ shelf life, 1996 clipping on a “book” whose pages can be loaded and reloaded with any text at all, from Wordsworth to Web pages, 1p: 109, in PP 1491. – In other words, electronic screens in more conventional form. – I am in the habit of reading several books, alternately, at a time. If, for each of them I had to get one of these screening books…. – But then electronic memory seems to grow almost without limits. Tiny handheld devices, with a small screen, do already permit the loading of books, up to about 1 MB and to scroll up book pages on its screens. Early this year I met someone who loaded up all Sherlock Holmes stories from his business computer into this shirt-pocket sized reader and then reads them from it, anywhere and anytime when he is not otherwise busy. Gutenberg Press and Books on Line offer now, between them, ca. 9,000 titles. – A few of them are of interest to freedom lovers, too. When will freedom lovers make all their pages so accessible, instead of just dreaming about it or expecting me to do it for them? – J.Z., 1999.

BOOKS, THE USE OF, PP 1012. I would rather like to see a monography on ‘The non-use of certain books and its catastrophic consequences.” – J.Z.

BOOKSELLING QUESTION, in PP 200. Books can now be produced and duplicated in a variety of media. The different costs and conveniences of these, for publishers and readers, should be tabulated, to make more informed and cost-saving decisions possible. I believe that microfilm would be one of the winners in such a survey. Conventional book production, storage and distribution costs are much too high. Electronic production upon demand is technically possible – but, are YOU prepared to foot the scanning or keyboarding and proofreading costs involved, even for your own favourite titles? Do not try to pass this buck on to me! – I am mainly trying to find the 100 – 300 freedom activists who, between them, could put all freedom writings cheaply and permanently at least onto microfiche. If not as many or few can be found, in the whole world, what chance has freedom got in the face of such apathy even among people who call themselves freedom lovers, freedom advocates or students of liberty? – J.Z.

BOOKSHOPS, See: CONSERVATIVE BOOKSTORE, Libertarian Shelf, home page, 1p, in PP 1541/42: 399.

BOOL, HENRY & CARLYLE, S., For Liberty (Liberty Luminants), An Anthology of Revolt, 104pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 539.

BOOL, HENRY, Henry Bool’s Apology for his Jeffersonian Anarchism, 24pp, 29x, in PP 225.

BOON OF NATURE, PP 242, 1074.

BOONIN, DAVID, An Enlightening Review, 1p review of THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT, a 6-part British TV series, in PP 1382/85: 338.

BOONIN, DAVID, Glaucon’s Problem, Review of: GAUTHIER, DAVID, Morals by Agreement, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1986, 2pp: 119, in PP 1463/64.

BOORSE, CHRISTOPHER, Health as a Theoretical Concept, PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 44, 1977, 542-573, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p204. Headed: Health and Objective Values.

BOOSTERS BULLETIN, March 1990, 8pp, Newsletter of the Walter Williams Boosters, in PP 1135. I met him once in 1990 and liked him but did not like some of his remaining errors, which he shared with many of the conservative libertarian advocates of constitutional and limited governments. While reading now his excellent book “All it takes is Guts”, consisting of collected columns, I am reminded how helpful frequently updated microfiche editions of such freedom books would be, that would include all kinds of comments and corrections from all kinds of readers, thereby advancing the thinking of these and other readers further, and providing much needed feedback to the author, so that his future editions and other books would become even better. – Presently the updating of books is all too limited, rare and censorious, monopolized by authors, editors and publishers. If a book has won dozens to millions of readers, they should become involved to make it even better. On microfiche, on floppies, on CD-ROM text combinations, that could be achieved. But it would have to be seen as desirable and would have to be organized and the copyrights obstacles would have to be overcome.- The only books that I can think of, right now, which included the wisdom of thousands of others, over the centuries, is the Talmud, and its wisdom is self-limiting, within its religious premises and aims. The other is Chemical Abstracts, now computerized, after printing on paper never caught up with the input from numerous sources. Let us try to micrographically boost all excellent writers and their works. – Perhaps the original version should just be the starting point and a historical landmark for a fully developed book title? – Individuals, too, should naturally become fully developed, towards their highest potential, too, as the result of their own efforts and all of their friends. Boosting anyone, even a Walter Williams, into any high or the highest office, is not the kind of boost that I wish for them, unless they would become leaders of volunteer communities only. – J.Z.

BOOTH, ARTHUR, Atomic Bombs and Human Beings, INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL 30, 1978, 377-392, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p802, headed: Atomic Warfare and Human Suffering.

BOOTH, JOHN A., A Guatemalan Nightmare: Levels of Political Violence, 1966-1972, JOURNAL OF INTERAMERICAN STUDIES AND WORLD AFFAIRS 22, May 80, 195-225, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1396, headed: Political Violence in Guatemala.

BOOTH, ROBIN, The Last of New Zealand First, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 222. – An attack on conventional referenda. Too many overlook that there is a limited libertarian case for referenda: a) When applicable to volunteers only and b) When in FAVOUR of individual rights. – Libertarians should oppose only those referenda that are territorially applied to dissenters or those that restrict individual rights of those ready to claim them. – Within panarchies volunteers would enjoy or suffer under the direct or representative democratic systems, or any other, that they have chosen for themselves. – PIOT, J.Z., 9/96


BORGHI, A., The Paris Commune, 1p: 189, in PP 1480.

BORGIUS, WALTHER, Die Schule, ein Frevel an der Jugend, Verlagsprospekt, 4 S., der Mackay Gesellschaft, ca. 1983, zur 2. Auflage, in PP 1328: 113.

BORGIUS, WALTHER, Dr., DIE IDEENWELT DES ANARCHISMUS, 1904, 1974, 67 S., mit 3 S. Bibliographie, 24x, in PP 338.

BORGIUS, WALTHER, Dr., DIE SCHULE – EIN FREVEL AN DER JUGEND, mit einem 8 S. Nachwort: Der Staat, 1930, 1981, 216 S., 29x, in PP 331. My father had to keep that classic anarchistic book, one against State education, out of print, on paper, for over 50 years, because such editions are so expensive. And that was 1981, so that by now it is probably out of paper print, again! He did not learn enough from this example – to become a microfiche fan. Will you? – J.Z.

BORK, ROBERT H., Capitalism and the Corporate Executive, 3pp, 1977, 29x, in PP 928.

BORN, HELENA, Whitman’s Ideal Democracy AND OTHER WRITINGS, 1902, 123pp, in PP 1308: 94-118. – Born’s essays: Welcome: 1; Greeting: 2; Whitman’s Ideal Democracy: 3; Thoreau’s Joy in Nature: 20; Poets of Revolt: Shelley, Whitman, Carpenter: 31; Whitman’s Altruism: 55; Individualism vs. Organization: 62; Ingenuities of Economic Argument : 66; The Last Stand Against Democracy in Sex: 73, Inequality in Divorce : 78; Marriage Safeguards: 84. – Author and subjects are marginally interesting. See her reading list on page XII. An early defence by President Eliot of scabs as heroes is mentioned on page 66 – only to be attacked by her. Her life-long friend, Miriam Daniell, a socialist, made some small contributions to Tucker’s LIBERTY. See the McElroy index, p 61. – J.Z.

BORNEMAN, ERNES, Prf. Dr., Das Geschlechtsleben des Kindes, 1915, Auszug, 10 S., mit Anstreichungen und Anmerkungen von MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN, in PP 1329: 154.

BORNEMANN, ALFRED H., Fifty Years of Ideology: A Selective Survey of Academic Economics in the U.S., 1930-1980, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC STUDIES 8, no. 1, 1981, 16-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1765, headed: Academic Economics as Ideology.

BOROVOI, ALEXEI, Anarchism & Law, 8pp, n.d.: 96, in PP 1493.

BORROUGHES, TOM, The Joy of Shooting: Preserving Freedoms by Making Regular Use of them, TACTICAL NOTES No.20, 2pp: 109, in PP 1487.

BORSODI, RALPH, Agriculture in Modern Society, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 597.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., A Compilation of some papers by and on Dr. Ralph Borsodi, 1886-1977, Decentralist, Money- and Land Reformer, Free Trader, Peace Lover, Founder of the School of Living, by John Zube, 1979, from various publications of the School of Living, 98pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., A Decentralist Manifesto, An Alternative to Monopoly Capitalism and Statist Socialism, also called a “Pan-Humanist Manifesto”, 24pp, 24x, 1958, 1978, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Education and Living, 1948, 732pp, indexed, in PP 1,048-49.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., For Defining & Dealing with Major Universal Problems of Living, a chart, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 1070.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Inflation and the Coming Keynesian Catastrophe, The Story of the Exeter Experiment with Constants, 11pp, n.d., extract from? In PP 997.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Inflation Is Coming, 1945, 1946, 68pp, 29x, in PP 409.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., J’accuse, (economists, of malpractice), 1977, 2pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Major Problems of Living, 1p. leaflet on Borsodi’s book: “Seventeen Problems of Man and Society”, listing them, 24x, in PP 55.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Seventeen Problems of Man and Society, 1968, 595pp, 42x, in PP 427.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., Simple Living Peoples: Victims of the West’s Infecting Delusions, A Borsodi Commentary, 5pp, from GREEN REVOLUTION, 2/1979, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, Ralph, Dr., The Constant, 2pp, 29x, in PP 732. – If someone provided me with non-exclusive and revocable microfiche permissions, I could and would microfiche more of his writings, although I do disagree with quite a few of his theses and assumptions. – Ideally, the Borsodi fans should undertake this kind of publishing themselves. – J.Z.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., The Moral Law By-Passed, 1976 lect., 3pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., The Nature of Banking, 2pp, a chapter from his book: Inflation Is Stealing! Let’s Stop Those Who Cause It, completed just before his death in 1977, 24x, in PP 56, 2pp, in THE GREEN REVOLUTION, Dec. 77, in PP 906.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., The School of Living: A Vision Still to Be Realized, 2pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., The Time Has Come, An Open Letters to the Teachers of Mankind of the Question of War and Peace and the Creation of a Really New World Order, 1942, 16pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Dr., What to Do About Inflation, 1948, 13pp, 24x, in PP 56.

BORSODI, RALPH, Education and Living: The Function of the Human Community, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 687. – As if communities could not have very different functions – according to the prejudices, opinions, convictions, insights, or lack of them, of their voluntary members. – J.Z., 23.2.97.

BORSODI, RALPH, Education and Living: The Nature of the Human Community, from “Education and Living”, 1948, 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 673 & 787.

BORSODI, RALPH, Extracts, edited, 9pp, in PP 1386/91: 749. – Mainly from “Education and Living”.

BORSODI, RALPH, Flight from the City, 1932, extracts, in PP 1386/91: 1p from ch. 1: 23. Also: 27, 31, 35, 39, 43, 47, 51, from ch. 6: 97.

BORSODI, RALPH, Flight from the City, 1933, introduction only, from 1971 issue, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 896.

BORSODI, RALPH, Independence Foundation Certificates of Indebtedness, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 1058.

BORSODI, RALPH, J’Accuse, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 217.

BORSODI, RALPH, Simple Living Peoples : Victims of the West’s Infecting Delusions, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 569.

BORSODI, RALPH, Spontaneous Testimonials to Dr. Ralph Borsodi, 1p, from Mildred J. Loomis, in PP 1386/91: 997.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Ideology of Progress, 2pp excerpts from chapter VI of “Education & Living”, vol. 1, 1948, in PP 1386/91: 1007.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Major Problems of Living, 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 645.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Moral Law By-Passed, 3pp, 1976, in PP 1386/91: 224.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Nature of Banking, 1977, 2pp from his book: Inflation Is Stealing! Let’s Stop Those who Cause it, in PP 1386/91: 221 & 227.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Possessional Problem, edited and revised by Gordon Lameyer and Lydia Ratcliff, originally from his magnum opus: SEVENTEEN PROBLEMS OF MAN AND SOCIETY, 20pp, in PP 1386/91: 266.

BORSODI, RALPH, The Real Problem in the Underdeveloped Nations Today, 3pp, introducing The Independence Foundation, in PP 1386/91: 1055.

BORSODI, RALPH, The School of Living. Exploring the Concept of Normal Living, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 665 & 702.

BORSODI, RALPH, Violence and Government, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 452. Excerpted from “Challenge of Asia”, 1956.

BORSODI, RALPH, What to Do About Inflation, 13 pp, in PP 1386/91: 157. Also in 520ff.

BORSODI, RALPH, Writings from the pen of R.B., 4pp, in PP 1386/91: 230.

BORSODI, RAPH, Dr., Inflation Is Coming! And What to Do about it, 1948 edition School of Living, Suffern, N.Y., 61pp, in PP 1,021.

BOSCH, JOHN, Dragons & Dragons, 3pp, 36x, in PP 412, p451.

BOSNIA, ANNEXATION OF BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA, 1908, in PP 1023. I heard only yesterday on TV a charitable appeal in favour of financial help for women in 16 torture, rape and murder camps in Yugoslavia. If true, commando raids to close these camps could probably do more good, immediately, than charity contributions. The enormous “defensive” military establishments of the world do let such mass murders happen in some countries, and in some countries they help organize or tolerate them, just as they did during WW II. But all over the full discussion of the panarchist and monetary freedom alternatives can probably do more to end and prevent such atrocities than anything else and turn victims into welcome and exterritorial autonomous refugee communities. Such discussions costs neither further lives nor money – just sufficient interest and thought – and readiness to sacrifice some ancient prejudices. They go to the roots: What motivates some people to commit atrocities, terrorism, oppression and mass murder. Here religious political, ideological and social intolerance are probably combined and the world discusses only territorial non-solutions. “Ethnic cleaning” is one of the atrocious consequences of “collective” responsibility and of the immoral spleen of “territorial integrity” and “territorial unity”. Nuclear “weapons” are another. To that extent the Nazis among us are still winning. – J.Z.

BOSNIA, PP 1088. – On the blindness and helplessness of territorialism. Compare: On Panarchy. – J.Z.

BOSTAPH, SAMUEL, The Methodological Debate between Carl Menger and the German Historical School, ATLANTIC ECONOMIC JOURNAL 6, Sep. 78, 3-16, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p624, headed: Social Sciences and the “Methodenstreit”.

BOSTON ANARCHIST DRINKING BRIGADE, Leaflets, 1988 – 1997, 19pp, 74, in PP 1452.

BOSTON ANARCHIST DRINKING BRIGADE, No War, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 896. – I guess that anarchists under the influence would not have to say anything more or better on the subject. Alas, many of them, when they are sober, haven’t, either! – J.Z.

BOTHAS, DAGMAR, Das Land, wo Frauen herrschen, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p9.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, A Libertarian Defence of Monarchy, POLITICAL NOTES No. 135, 4pp: 81, in PP 1487.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Against Censorship, 1986, LA Political Notes, No. 20, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Collectivism vs. Romanticism in the Early Cinema: Sergei Eisenstein & the “Mass-Hero”, 1991, 14pp, LA Cultural Notes, No. 25, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Compulsion vs. Liberty in Education (1): The Calvinist Toots, 4pp, (2): The British Road from Freedom to Despotism, 4pp, (3): Against Planned Education, 4pp, (4): The Montessori Movement and its Enemies, 4pp, (7): Violence in Schools, 4pp, (9): The School of Barbiana, 2pp, (10): Home Education in Britain, 2pp, in PP 1281/82: L.A. Publications.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Industry & State: Myth & Reality, LA Political Notes, No. 13, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Libertarian Challenge, The, LA Political Notes, No. 23, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Liberty and Language: Further Reflections on why Britain Must Leave the European Union, FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES No. 30, 4pp: 31, in PP 1487.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Preface to the German Translation of Freedom of Expression, Dissenting Historians and the Holocaust Revisionists,4pp, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 32: 71, in PP 1516.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Romanticism & Its Enemies in 20th Century Cinema, 1992, 10pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 30, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Scotland Is Libertarian! A Reply to Sean Gabb, 2pp, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 30: 69, in PP 1516.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, The British State Versus Freedom of Expression, The Case of R. v. Griffin, 4pp, LEGAL NOTES No. 29: 75, in PP1516.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, The Case Against Gun Control, 1990, 14pp, LA Political Notes No. 47, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.BOTSFORD, DAVID, The Case for Isolationism: A Reply to Tim Powell, 1990, 4pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 20, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Thirty Six Pieces of Advice about how to Be a Libertarian (& L.A.) Writer, TACTICAL NOTES No. 21, 4p: 111, in PP 1487.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, United States Foreign Policy: A Critique, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

BOTSFORD, DAVID, Why Alastair James Is Wrong to Like the European Union, 4pp, POLITICAL NOTES No. 143: 89, in PP 1516. – There is nothing wrong with European Unions, of various kinds, if only they are only embracing those who individually volunteer for them and if they all confine themselves to exterritorial autonomy only, which would leave all others to the governments and non-governmental societies of their own dreams. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.11.98.

BOTTLE DEPOSITS: MAYER, RICHARD R., Ethics and Bottle Deposits, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 248. From THE FREEMAN, Feb. 88.

BOTTSFORD, DAVID, Freedom of Expression & Its Enemies, 4pp, Reflections on Milos Forman’s The People vs. Larry Flynt: 1, in PP 1487. – CULTURAL NOTES No. 38.

BOTTSFORD, DAVID, Government against the People in the U.S.A., Reflections on the Documentary film WACO: THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, CULTURAL NOTES No. 41, 4pp: 9, in PP 1487.

BOUCHAERT, BOUDEWIJN, Bridging the Gap between Evolution and Natural Law, 1p, on Hayek: 239, in PP 1463/64.

BOUCHE, CAMILLE, La renaissance economique et les traites de salaire, 11pp, 36x, in PP 745.

BOUCHE, CAMILLE, Review, in French, 1935, 3pp, of ORGANISATION DES ECHANGES ET CREATION DE TRAVAIL, which contained essays by Beckerath, Zander, Rittershausen and Milhaud, in PP 802.

BOUCHER, DOUGLAS, Prof., Land Reform in Nicaragua – A Case Study, 1p leaflet, on conference at Heathcote, June 86, in PP 1411/12: 407.

BOULOGNE, JACK, Let Freedom Reign, 1pp, in PP 1287/89p182.

BOULOGNE, JACK, Thai, Land of the Free, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 210.

BOURDET, CLAUDE, A New Economic Mecca, 1934, 5pp, 36x, in PP 769. (Woergl)

BOURDET, CLAUDE, Ein franzoesisches Urteil ueber den Woergler Versuch, 1934, 2 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

BOURGEOISIE, THE NOBILITY OF, 1012. (Ulrich von Beckerath used to say: Seeing it has SUCH enemies, there must be something good about it! J.Z.)

BOURKE, VERNON J., The Ethical Justification of Legal Punishment, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 22, 1977, 1-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p509, headed: Is Legal Punishment Good?

BOURNE, ERIC, Profits? Free Market? Can this be Communist Bulgaria? 1982, 1 p. clipping, 29x in PP 402.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, A War Diary, 1919, 24pp, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Anarchism, 1p, from his 1918 pamphlet THE STATE, 24x, in PP 3.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Below the Battle, 1919, 14pp, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Old Tyrannies, 11pp, 1919, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, see VENTURA, MICHAEL, The Ghost of Randolph Bourne, 1p, in PP 1132.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, The Collapse of American Strategy, 1919, 29pp, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, The State, The Resistance Press, 1946/47, 45pp, 263-279, in PP 1447/49.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, The War and the Intellectuals, 45pp, 1919, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Twilight of the Idols, 1919, 26pp, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Unfinished Fragment: “The State”, 1919, in PP 1092.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Untimely Papers, a 2pp review only by DAHLBERG, EDWARD, in PP 1411/12: 346.

BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Untimely Papers, N.Y., 1919, 230pp, in PP 1092.

BOVA, BEN, Legalize Pot, ANALOG, Nov. 72, 8pp, in PP 1362/63: 221.

BOVA, BEN, Pay, Pay, Pay, Pay, Pay As You Go, Aug. 77, 4pp on voluntary taxation, which, alas, to my knowledge, has not led to a major discussion of this topic in ANALOG or elsewhere. J.Z. Did Bova ever take this subject up again, in OMNI? – Why aren’t all voluntary taxation proposals and discussions combined in one handbook, on fiche and floppies, as a first step to counter ten-thousands of books in favour of one or the other kind of coercive taxation? – J.Z. See : Voluntary Taxation.

BOVARD, JAMES, Clinton’s War on the Self-Employed, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p336.

BOVARD, JAMES, Intimidating People into Silence, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p426, on libel laws.

BOVARD, JAMES, Lock the Barn! The Farm Bill’s Coming, 1990, 2pp, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BOVARD, JAMES, Mail Monopoly Says Happy New Year, 1989, 1p, in CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BOVARD, JAMES, Robbery with an Environmental Badge, 1p, in PP 1287/89p482.

BOVARD, JAMES, Waco : The Continuing Trail of Federal Lies, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p449.

BOVARD, JAMES, Zoning: The New American Dictatorship, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p364.

BOWDEN, J, Archaeology and the Bible, 1968, 29x, in PP 616.

BOWDEN, J., Creation or Evolution? 1973, 59pp, published by The Rationalist Association of NSW, in PP 1140.

BOWDEN, Robert, Government Red Tape Costs Put at $ 80 billion a Year, The Australian, May 20th, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

BOWDEN, ROBERT, Trading’s Better when you Barter, a 1978 clipping, with some notes by John Zube, 1p, 24x, in PP 80-82.

BOWEN, E.E., M.D., Economics Simplified, edited by GEORGE L. RUSBY, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, N.Y., 1942, 1948, indexed, 238pp, in PP 1424 : 1- 60. – A Georgist book. Georgists are right on many economic points, e.g. on free trade and the supposed overpopulation and in their opposition to most taxation. Some are even monetary freedom advocates. However, I consider them wrong on the point that is closest to their hearts, the single tax. That should be realized only among volunteers, as has been done in some of their utopian colonies. There are many other solutions to what has been called the land problem and all of them, including absolute private property in land and e.g. Hertzka’s “open cooperatives”, and Spencer Heath’s “proprietary communities” should be practised only among volunteers and at their expense and risk – and for their own benefit, quite undisturbed. Mutual tolerance is rightful, possible, practicable and profitable in this sphere, too. The principles and practices of panarchism can be extended to all kinds of land reform attempts, too. – I for one believe that governments would spend a “single tax” much more wastefully than landlords would and that it would be, for governments, just an additional tax, rather than a relief from all other taxes for the victims of compulsory taxation. We benefit from many other social or market activities, e.g. the division of labour, free trade and the increase of population and immigration. Should we, therefore, lay a tax upon them? Objectively, there is no such thing as a “good government” or a “good tax”. However, let those that want them or can imagine them, have them – at their own expense and risk. Moreover, if the full “site value” were taxed away, location advantages would disappear. So not ALL site values could be taxed away without causing trouble. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.9.97.

BOWEN, FRANCIS, The Doctrine of International Exchanges: The Limits of Free Trade and the Protective System, 20pp, 29x, in PP 602.

BOWEN, Ian, Banking Controversies in 1825, 21pp, 1938, 29x, in PP 732.

BOWEN, J.K., The Australian Bill of Rights: Some Disturbing Social Implications, 9pp, in PP 1139.

BOWEN, LIONEL, An Overview of the Bill and Response to Critics, 3pp, in PP 1139, on 1985 Australian government draft of Bill of Rights.

BOWERS, John & BALL, Ray, The Resource Rent Tax: A Penalty on Risk-Taking, CIS, 1984, 20pp, 36x, in PP 720.

BOWERS, JOHN HUGH, Life of Abraham Lincoln, n.d., 58pp, in LBB 324, in PP 1206.

BOWERS, KENT, A New Continuum, 2pp, on classification scheme, in PP 1269.

BOWERS, KENT, Be Safe, or Else! 1p, in PP 1269.

BOWERS, PHILIP J., Amelioration, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 208.

BOWLBY, JOHN & DURBIN, E.F.M., Personal Aggressiveness and War, 1939, indexed, 154pp, edited and introduced by Paul Rich, in PP 1,024.

BOWLES, SAM, Review, 1p, of LAPPE, FRANCES MOORE, Rediscovering America’s Values: 102, with 4pp of quotes: 103, in PP 1407. – It confronts left and “right”, anti-market and pro-market points of view.

BOYD, WILLIAM LOWE, The Political Economy of Education in Metropolitan Areas : Dilemmas of Reform and Public Choice, EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION AND POLICY ANALYSIS 2, Man/Feb. 80, 53-60, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p994, headed : The Political Economy of Public Schooling. – The financial problem largely disappears if the Monitor System is adopted, developed by Joseph Lancaster, whereby one teacher can teach a 1000 kids, fast and cheaply, so that a little voluntary child labour can finance that child’s school education. Now, via computers, one good teacher could even teach millions, one good educational programme could achieve the self-education of hundreds of millions to a certain degree. The vested interest and the sheer numbers of the educational priesthood have become as much of a financial burden as the priesthood, monks and nuns of old. Let children and parents opt out of the Religion of “Education”, to do their own things, in various self-management forms, freely competing with each other for satisfied customers and cooperators. – J.Z.

BOYER, ROD, A Christian Libertarian Outlook, SLL leaflet, 3pp, 24x, in PP 182.

BOYER, ROD, Christian Libertarianism, 5pp, in PP 1,020.

BOYER, ROD, Drugs and the Law, SIL leaflet, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1362/63: 128. – Common sense has a hard stand against legalized policies, even in such relatively simple matters of rights and rationality. – J.Z., 1.10.97.

BOYER, ROD, Libertarianism as Alternative to Decadence, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1071.

BOYER, RUSSELL, Nickels and Dimes, 1972, 2pp, in PP 810.

BOYER, WILLIAM J., Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra, 3pp, in PP 1423: 50.

BOYER, WM. J., Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra, 1p: 94, 1p: 113, in PP 1420/22.

BOYLE, T., The Liberal Imperialists, 1892-1906, The Institute of Historical Research of London University, 52, May 79, 49-82, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p990, headed: Late Liberal Imperialism.

BOYS, DON, Now for my Crime Bill: More Gun Ownership, 1994, 1p, in PP 1229. See: Gun Control, Militia.

BOYSON, RHODES to ZUBE, JOHN, 22 Sep. 1997, 1p, 112, in PP 1450.

BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Editor, Down with the Poor. An analysis of the failure of the “welfare state” and a plan to end poverty, 1971, Churchill Press Ltd., 144pp, 75, in PP 1450. The title was inspired by G.B. Shaw, 1928: “I hate the poor and look forward eagerly to their extermination!”

BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Editor, Right Turn. A symposium on the need to end the “progressive” consensus in British thinking and policy, 1970, Churchill Press Ltd., 173pp, 33-74, in PP 1450.

BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Editor: Goodbye to Nationalization. A symposium on the economic, political and social failure of the “publicly” controlled industries and the need to return them to a competitive framework. Churchill Press Ltd., 1971, 127 pages, 1- 32, in PP 1450.

BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Farewell to Paternalism, 8pp, 76, in PP 1450.

BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Right Turn, 14pp, 34, in PP 1450.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, A DIY Taxol Kit Idea, 1p: 192, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, A Squeezed Way to a New Life, 2pp: 64, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, About BHT and similar products, 3pp: 47, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Black Flag, 2pp: 247, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, C Time, 1p, on Vitamin C & ESP! 254, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Cold War (flue), 2pp: 177, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Cryonics’ End, 2pp: 89, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Cryonics Recovery, 1p: 355, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, ESP Cooling, 1p: 308, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Fractals, Mind and High Energy Physics, 2pp: 431, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Freeze (Partial) Drying, 1p: 358, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, From Prions to Nanotechnology, 1p: 371, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, From XXX to Chinchilla, 2pp: 393, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Green Longevity, 1p: 76, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Is Superstition an Ilness? 1p: 309, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Is Time Money? 4pp: 227, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, It does not work…, 1p: 151, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Low Cost Nanotechnology, 1p: 463, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Mathematical Life Extension, 1p: 206, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, On the beech (beech tree, living up to 300 years & other trees), 2pp: 153, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, One Chasmosaurus, Please! 2pp: 36, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Response to Stephen Barrett on Vitamin C, 2pp: 424, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Some Ideas about Alzheimer’s Disease, 1p: 324, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Specific Cold Vaccine Cook Book, 3pp: 184, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, The Agathis Australis (Kauri) Story, 2pp: 157, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, The Many Faces of Aging, 2pp: 422, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Time Communications, 3pp: 197, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTI, YVAN, Time News, 1p: 302, in PP 1293/95.

BOZZONETTY, YVAN, What Is Life? 2pp: 217, in PP 1293/95.

BRACEWELL-MILNES, BARRY, A Liberal Tax Policy: Tax Neutrality and Freedom of Choice, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

BRACEWELL-MILNES, BARRY, The Poor Pay Most, the paradox of “progressive” taxation, 1977, Bow Group, 13pp, in PP 897.

BRACEWELL-MILNES, Barry, The Reality of the Money Economy, 1983, LA Economic Notes No. 4, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BRACHMANN, WILHELM, Wuenschbarkeiten und Wirklichkeiten, aus Anlass von John Henry Mackays “Buechern der Freiheit”. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Individualismus, 16 S., in PP1328: 76. Aus: “Die Gefaehrten”, Datum? Erscheinungsort? Verlag? Aus den Papieren von K.Z.

BRADBURY, FAREL, 2 notes from his HYDATUM ” Barium Cynosures”, 1p, 29x, in PP 867.

BRADBURY, FAREL, Referendum Party, The, 1p, send by HYDATUM, in PP 807.

BRADBURY, FAREL, Remedy of Technology, The, 1p leaflet from HYDATUM, in PP 821. The Delight of Resource Economics, & other leaflets, 5pp, in PP 834, leaflets, on poll tax and “resource economics”, and samples from HYDATUM, like the BARIUM CYNOSURES, Nos. 48,54,57, 16pp, 29x, in PP 867. – If you want more of that sort of thing, order it direct. There are “prophets” and “sects” in the freedom movement, too, with particular systems, often largely incommunicable to others and advocated with comprehensive or selective blindness towards other freedom advocates and teachings. – While I push for experimental freedom for all of them, with a panarchist framework, I feel disinclined to sponsor all their writings, at my expense, even if only on microfiche. Their fans have the same liberty that I have to do it themselves. Their authors, editors and publishers could do so. – J.Z.

BRADFORD, BILL, Reagan’s War on Privacy, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 316.

BRADFORD, BILL, The Economy, 2p, in PP 1283-1286: 174 & 180.

BRADFORD, M.E., Not So Democratic: The Caution of the Founders, 8pp: 266, in PP 1529- 33.

BRADFORD, MELVIN E., A Virginia Cato : John Taylor of Caroline and the Agrarian Republic, introduction to John Taylor, ARATOR, Indianapolis, Indiana, Liberty Classics, 1978, pp 11-46, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p596, headed: John Taylor and Republicanism.

BRADFORD, R.W., Dear Friend of Liberty, an introduction to the new LIBERTY, Port Townsend, 6pp, n.d., in PP 967.

BRADFORD, R.W., Gold Coins for the Prudent Investor, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p301.

BRADFORD, R.W., The War on Privacy, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286: 198&202.

BRADFORD, RALPH, On “USING” the Government, 11pp: 148, in PP1529- 33.

BRADFORD, RALPH, Our Lives and Goods, 5pp: 162, in PP 1529- 33.

BRADFORD, RALPH, The American Idea, 7pp: 343, in PP 1529- 33.

BRADFORD, RALPH, The Great Anniversary Festival, 1975, 13pp: 200, in PP 1529- 33.

BRADLAUGH, CHARLES, A Plea for Atheism, 36pp, 24x, in PP 362.BRADLAUGH, CHARLES, Aggressive Atheism, 1p: 397, in PP 1293/95.BRADLAUGH, CHARLES, Doubts in Dialogue, 59pp, 1884-87, 24x, in PP 362.

BRADLAUGH, CHARLES, Humanity’s Gain from Unbelief & other Selections from the Works of Charles Bradlaugh, 1929, 148pp, 24x, in PP 362.

BRADLAUGH, CHARLES, Who Was Jesus Christ,and What Did He Teach? 31pp, 31pp, 24x, in PP 362.

BRADLEY, W., New Political Context, 4pp: 736, in PP 1484/85.

BRADLEY, WENDELL G., On Gunderloy’s Challenges, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

BRADY, E.H., Vive Anarchy, Poem, published from 1890 on in various places, 2pp, 24x in PP 244.

BRADY, MARJORIE, The Health Service in the USSR, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

BRADY, MARJORIE, The New Soviet Corporatism: Why the West Shouldn’t Help, 1991, 7pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – But freedom lovers in the West should make use of their own micrographic self-publishing options – and introduce Russians and other formerly captive nations and movements to this self-help opportunity, donating and swapping freedom writings on fiche, a hundred to a thousand times as many as they could in print on paper. – Let us very loosely incorporate or collaborate towards THAT aim. – J.Z.

BRADY, MARK & STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, The 18th Brumaire of Chris Tame, 4pp on the L.A. split, in PP 1297.

BRAGG, BILL, Proposed Solution to the Anarchist/Limited Government Controversy, 1p: 598, in PP 1457/62. – See reply by WOLLSTEIN.

BRAHAM, MARK, An Analysis and Solution of the Gordian Knot of the Israeli-Arab Problem, 3pp, 24x, in PP 12. Compare my own panarchistic proposal on this.- J.Z.

BRAIN TUMOUR RISE MAY BE LINKED TO MOBILES, Clipping: 125, in PP 1476. – See: Radiation Hazard.

BRAIN-MIND BULLETIN, 4pp of leaflets, in PP 822. March 3, 1986, Vol. 11, No. 6, sample copy, 4pp, 29x, in PP 727. This publication is available in full from University Microfilms.



BRAINSTORMING, A Computer Programme, See: O’BRIEN, STEPHEN, Literally, It’s A Great and Growing Idea. A Brainstorming Partner for Individuals and Groups, in form of a computer programme. “Helps creativity and reasoning”, 1p, 1993, in PP 1235. – I wish all computer fans would apply it to their peripheral micrographic reading, print-out, duplicating and publishing options. But the information revolution, as far as it has been advanced through computers, has left them mostly quite uninformed or even prejudiced about these options and all too many other options. Maybe some of the new ideas archive type sources, now being set up on the INTERNET will rectify this situation. But don’t hold your breath till then.- See PP 20/21 & 183.- J.Z.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, America Needs More Hostile Attitudes, 5pp: 50, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, An Article that Will Lift you out of the Doldrums, 2pp: 66, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Anti-Death Ethics in Strange Places, 2pp: 27, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Dead Man’s Curve, 4pp: 310, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Glittering at Night with a Million Lights, 2pp: 91, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Government as Mafia, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p411.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Ozzie and Harriet. Meet Dr. Frankenstein, 2pp: 10, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Socializing with the Czar, 3pp: 336, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, The American Frontier and Cryonics, 3pp: 373, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, The Lincoln Kid, 3pp: 349, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, The Only Movie Star, 4pp: 416. On Lillian Gish, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, The Top Ten: The Great Immortalist Hit Parade, Quote Machine and Trivia Contest, all in one, 2pp: 299, in PP 1293/95. – Pop interest is there, but only on a VERY superficial level. -J.Z.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Too Many People Have Died, 3pp: 127, in PP 1293/95.

BRAKEMAN, BOB, Which Are the Higher Primates: Scientists or Bamboons? 2pp: 2, in PP 1293/95. Who?

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, A Look at the Life and Career of Robert Fulton, 7pp: 87, in PP 1506/07.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, American Civil Liberties: The Reality and the Union, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 148.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, America’s Peter Pans & their Never-Never Land, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 749.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 884.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism, The Case of Arthur Krock, The Case of Clark Mollenhoff, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1006.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism, The Case of Bob Jones University; The Case of Some Virginia Scholars; The Case of Some Michigan Students, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1426.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. John Hemenway in the Defense Department, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1166.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. The Case of Dave Garroway, The Purging of Jeffrey St. John, The Case of WGCB, The Case of WXUR, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 914.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. The Case of Elvis Stahr, The Case of Donald Dozer, The Case of John Hemenway in the State Department, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1134.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. The case of Howard Phillips. Henry Regnery and his Company. James Burnham and PARTISAN REVEW, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1354.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. The Case of John Randolph, 5pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1306.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism. The Case of Phillis Schlafly, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1100.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism: Ayn Rand & the Hollywood Communists; The Case of Tillman Durdin, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1468.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism: The Case of Margaret Sanger; Ayn Rand and the Filming of THE FOUNTAINHEAD; The Purging of John Rarick; The Case of Michael Clarke, 8pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1390.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism: The Murder of Ed Masterson, 5pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1620.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Bureaucratic “Adjustment”, 3pp: 68, in PP 1506/07.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Conservatives & Libertarians, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 669.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Conservatives & Patriotism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 697.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Defend Your Opposite, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 82.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Defending Freedoms you Don’t Happen to Like, 1987, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 25, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Foolishness about “White Collar Crime”, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1824.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, From the Texas Republic to the American Republic: A Lesson, 91, 2pp, in PP 1343/44: 2031.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Ginnie the Gypsie Trucker or A Tale of the Interstate Commerce Commission, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Government as Mafia, 1987, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 22, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Government As Mafia, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 945.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, In Praise of Beggars, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Inflation as Armed Robber, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 37, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – Inflation a sum of many actions, cannot act itself. An abstract can’t be armed. The original and continuing cause of the robbery lies in the coercive imposition and maintenance of an issue monopoly for the central banking system and the legal tender privilege for its notes. See my PP No. 19A and several other works on legal tender in this series. We would not be in this mess if we continuously and seriously tried to improve out language. Alas, no one does this service for my own writings. – J.Z.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, James Dole: The Best Type of American Businessman, 5pp: 11, in PP 1506/07.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, James Dole: The Best Type of American Businessman, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1827.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, One of the very Best, 1p, in TSLM, Jan.81, on Warren Kearses’ book: The War Against Honesty, in PP 793.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Review of KEARSE, WARREN, The War Against Honesty, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1431.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Right-to-Work & Liberty, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 218.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Solzhenitsyn: Statist, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 210.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Hundred-Kid Shriek, 81, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1841. – 100 kids, temporarily on the public address system, shrieking from Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”: “Hey! Teacher! Leave the kids alone!” – Alas, the parents did not join their chorus. – J.Z. – 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1029.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Incredible Caflin Sisters, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1038.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Indian Claim to Ownership of America, 8pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Myth of Assassination, Dandelion Summer 79, 3pp, 29x, in PP 243.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Peter Pans of America – and their Never-Never Land, 3pp, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1923.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Street Survivor, 6pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29. – These are the only ones of his thousands of articles so far accessible to me. Why doesn’t he put his collected works onto microfiche? Ignorance? Prejudice? How many of his printed articles can you lay your hands on readily? – J.Z.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, There’s No Such Thing As Assassination, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 180.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Town-Taming and Liberty-Respecting, 1p, in 1311: 133.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Waving to Jill, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1097. – On courage in the face of extreme adversity.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Why Use “Libertarian”? 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 477.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, William Borah – Foe of Interventionism, 5pp, in PP 1404/06: 350.

BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, William Jennings Bryan, (1) 3pp: 234; (2), 2pp: 246, in PP 1404/06.

BRAMBLE, OAKLEY R., Inflation Survival Manual, published by Inflation Survival Letter, 1974, 32pp, in PP 995.

BRAMHALL, JOHN, Mercy Killing, 2pp short story, in PP 1315. – We ought to know much more about the brain before we can definitely state that a patient is not only comatose but brain-dead. – However, I favour following his previously declared “living will” for such cases. Alternatively, if they can afford that, and once it becomes quite practicable, one might freeze them towards a future healing option. – J.Z.

BRAND, Anarchistisk Tidning, Nr. 3, 1964, Argang 67, 16pp, only sample on hand, in PP 1142.

BRAND, STEWART, Outlaws, Musicians, Lovers, and Spies. The Future of Control, a 1989 outline of a book, 6pp, from WHOLE EARTH REVIEW, Sum. 90, in PP 1142.

BRAND, STEWART, The Updated Last Whole Earth Catalog & Whole Earth Epilog, 1p review by GEORGE VON HILSHEIMER, in PP 1367/68: 53.

BRAND, The Afflictions of the Critics of the Ego, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 426.

BRANDEN, BARBARA, In Answer to Ayn Rand, 21 Oct. 68, 6pp, in PP 1358: 69.

BRANDEN, BARBARA, Principles of Efficient Thinking, 15 hrs. cassette tapes, 1p. review by Jeff Riggenbach, in PP 1367/68: 55.

BRANDEN, BARBARA, The Passion of Ayn Rand, 3pp review only by ROY CHILDS, in PP 1430/31: 139.

BRANDEN, BARBARA, Chinatown and Deathwish, a movie review 2pp, in PP 1367/68: 8.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, 1.) Benevolence versus Altruism, 2.) The Stolen Concept, 7pp, 29x, in PP 535.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, An Informal Discussion of Biocentric Therapy, 1p review by DAVID KANTOROWITZ, in PP 1367/68: 64.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Basic Relaxation and Ego-Strengthening Program, tape, 1p review by R.A. CHILDS, in PP 1367/68: 136.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Common Fallacies about Capitalism, 1962, with some notes by J. Zube, 23pp, in PP 923.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Dealing with the Gifted Child, cassette, 1p review by PEGGY FARRELL, in PP 1367/68: 105.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, How to raise your self-esteem, review only, by Joyce & Lee Shulman, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 173.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, In Answer to Ayn Rand, 16 Oct.68, 6p, in PP 1358: 63.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Judgment Day, 1p review only, by ROTHBARD, MURRAY N.: Kiss and Tell, in PP 1378/81: 281.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Judgment Day, My Years with Ayn Rand, 1989: review by KENNETH PRAZAK, 1p: 84, in PP 1499.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Judgment Day, See: SMITH, GEORGE H., Nathaniel Branden’s Judgment Day: Reviewing the Reviewers, 2pp, in PP 1348: 116.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, see MCALPINE, PETER, Review, 2pp, of Nathaniel Branden’s The Psychology of Self-Esteem, in PP 1112.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Review of: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL : 1.) Alienation and 2.) Discovering the Unknown Self, 1p: 76, in PP 1468.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, The Disowned Self, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 103, in PP 1468.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, The Psychology of Romantic Love, 16 cassettes, 19 hours, 1p review by JARRET B. WOLLSTEIN, in PP 1367/68: 84.

BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, The Psychology of Self-Esteem, here only in an anon. 1p review, in PP 1287/89p603.

BRANDES, GEORG, Jesus, A Myth, N.Y., 1926, 190pp, in PP 1093.

BRANDES, VOLKHARD, Der Betriebsrat – Kein Schimmer von Arbeiterselbstverwaltung, 2 S.: 4, in PP 1472.

BRANDON, ROBERT, Freedom and Constraint by Norms, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 16, July 79, 187-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1081, headed: Freedom & Norms.

BRANDT, DAN, USC Draft Resister Speaks Out, 1p: 97, in PP 1469.

BRANDT, JOHN, Gen. Manager International Intelligence Center, Australia, “In Reply to “The Counter-Terrorists Visist West End’, WEST END NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS, June 95, 1p. – A sensible defence. However, I know of no intelligence agency or single intelligence officer, who ever had the intelligence to explore the voluntaristic and exterritorialist alternative to all international and internal clashes. In this respect they are just as blind or prejudiced as the man in the street and most “idealists”, “radicals”, “utopians”, “freedom fighters”, revolutionaries, conspirators, subversives and terrorists are, and, naturally, the “great” territorial leades, the figureheads of all territorialist mischief. Or are they really so dumb that they want present conditions to continue, merely as a seeming justification for their jobs? I can’t imagine them as being as dumb, selfish and short-sighted. But then, you never know. – J.Z., 7.12.95.

BRANDT, KARL, Can Food Supply Keep Pace with Population Growth? 5pp: 23, in PP 1529- 33.

BRANDT, PETER, Der Wohlstand fuer alle ist moeglich, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 209. – Auch fuer die Faulen und die Dummen? – J.Z.BRANSON, ROY, James Madison and the Scottish Enlightenment, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, April/June 79, 235-250, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p599, headed: Madison and Scotland.

BRANT, MICHAEL, Kleider aus der Retorte. Stoffe, die nicht mehr gesponnen und gewoben werden, 1 S., Kunstfasern, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 180. – So viele Neuigkeiten sind jetzt schon “old hat”! – J.Z., 28.9.97.

BRANT, MICHAEL, Neue Bueromaschinen, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 137. – Ich interessiere mich besonders fuer die Maschinerie und die Prozesse die 100% der offiziellen und 75 % der privaten Bueros ueberfluessig machen wuerden, aber auch fuer die alternativen Bueromaschinen, die alle Freiheitsschriften leicht, ohne Risiko and billig veroeffentlichen und “im Druck” halten koennten, auf Bedarf. – J.Z.

BRANT, MICHAEL, Schwarze Kunst ohne Druckerschwaerze, 2 S. Drucktechnik, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 161.

BRAUDEL, FERNAND, Will Capitalism Survive? THE WILSON QUARTERLY 4, Spring 80, 108-116, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1201, headed: Three Kinds of “Capitalism”.

BRAUN, CONRAD, A Proposal Toward Free Market Money, 1988, 2? 4?pp, in PP 791.

BRAUN, CONRAD, The Role of Private Coinage, 12pp, 29x, in PP 905.

BRAUN, EVA, The Offence of Socrates: A Rereading of Plato’s Apology, INTERPRETATION 7, May 78, 1-21, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p716, headed: Is Philosophy Politically Subversive?

BRAYBROOKE, DAVID, Our Natural Bodies, our Social Rights; Comments on Wheeler, NOUS 14, 1980, 195-202, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1476, headed: Individual vs. Social Rights.

BREAD ENOUGH FOR ALL, in German, by KURT HELMUT ZUBE (K.H.Z. SOLNEMAN), on self-help grain farming, on small leased plots, with a few hours of work, using the Chinese deep replanting method. Written by someone who has never done any gardening. 1948, 25 S., in: PP 377.

BREAD FROM SPROUTED GRAINS: LOOMIS, MILDRED J., New Bread Uses Sprouted Grains, 66, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 25.

BREAK FREE, The Newspaper of FOREST, the Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco, No. 22, March 89, 4pp, in PP 1234.

BRECHT, BERTOLT, Rechtsfindung 1934, ? S., in PP 1290/91, S. 93ff., e.g. 105.

BRECKENFELD, GURNEY, Government’s Hammerlock on Business, 1976, 4pp, in PP 1317: 134-137.

BRECKENRIDGE, S.P., LEGAL TENDER, A Study in English and American Monetary History, Chicago, 1903, 198pp, indexed and with bibliography, in PP 979.

BREGGIN, PETER R., A Libertarian Psychology : Self-ownership – A Condition for Happiness, THE HUMANIST 39, May 79, 28-31, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1022, headed: Personal Freedom and Autonomy.

BREGGIN, PETER R., Call for a for Persuasive Libertarian Position on Children, stating some of their rights, 1/2p, in PP 493.

BREGGIN, PETER R., Psychiatric Holocaust, 1979, The, LA Libertarian Reprints No. 5, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BREGGIN, PETER R., Psychiatry and Psychotherapy as Political Processes, AMERICNA JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY, 29, 1975, 369-382, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p74. Headed: Autonomy and Psychiatry.

BREGGIN, PETER R., Review of: SZASZ, THOMAS, editor of: The Age of Madness, 1p: 24, in PP 1468.

BREGGIN, PETER R., Why We Consent to Oppression, REASON, 10, Sep. 77, 28-33, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p180. Headed: Obedience vs. Self-Ownership.

BREITNER, THOMAS C., Human Rights in a World Federation, 1967, 5 sections, 48x, in PP 589/590.

BREMER, FRANCIS J., In Defence of Regicide: John Cotton on the Execution of Charles I., THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 37, Jan. 80, 103-124, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p888, headed: Religion, Regicide, and Resistance. See: Tyrannicide.

BRENKERT, GEORGE G., Freedom and Private Property in Marx, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 8, Winter 79, 122-147, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p698, headed: Marx, Freedom, and Property.

BRENNAN, GEOFFREY & WILLIAMS, John K., editors, CHAINING AUSTRALIA, Church Bureaucracies and Political Economy, with contributions by Geoffrey Brennan, Paul A. McGavin, John K. Williams, Hugh Henry, Greg Sheridan, Lauchlan Chipman, indexed, 143pp, CIS, 1984, 36x, in PP 720.

BRENNAN, GEOFFREY, Constitutional Routes to Smaller Government, 22pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.

BRENNAN, GEOFFREY, The Christian and the State, with comments by J,K. Williams & W.R. Stent, 1983, 35pp, CIS, 29x in PP 711.

BRENNAN, PAUL & RICHARD SUTHERLAND, The Paraquat Report, a hit-and-run herbicide, 1983, 35pp, 29x, in PP 569.

BRENNAN, PAUL, Archipelago Mundi, An Open Inquiry into Closed Spaces, outline for a book, 1984, 13pp, 29x, in PP 564.

BRENNAN, TERESA & PATEMAN, CAROLE, Mere Auxiliaries to the Commonwealth : Women and the Origins of Liberalism, POLITICAL STUDIES 27, July 79, 183-200, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p690, headed: Locke, Women, Freedom, and Individualism.

BRENNER, ANTON, Das Camping-Hotel foerdert den Fremdenverkehr und loest die Wohnungsfrage fuer Dich! 15 S., 1946, Der Weltweite Verlag, Kurt Zube, Gmunden, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 329.

BRENNER, ANTON, Das Persoenliche Grundbuch. Die oeffentliche Moral am Wendepunkt, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 297.

BRENNERM ANTON, Realwert – Bausparen, 1 S., mit einer Anmerkung von Ulrich von Beckerath, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 197.

BRESLER, ROBERT J., The Ideology of the Executive State, 1971, 1973, IHS, in PP 1115.

BRESLER, ROBERT J., The Ideology of the Executive State: Legacy of Liberal Internationalism, in : Watershed of Empire, ed. By Leonard P. Liggio and James J. Martin, Colorado Springs: Ralph Myles, 1976, 1-18, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p111. Headed: Imperial Presidency.

BRESTEL, HEINZ, Die Schuldenkrise wird vermarktet, FAZ, 6.6.87, 1 S. clipping, in PP 793.

BREWER, COLIN, Some Reflections on the Problem of Drug Use & Abuse, 1987, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 34, in PP 1,052-1,061.

BREWER, COLIN, Some Reflections on the Problem of Drug Use and Drug Abuse, 2pp, L.A. Political Notes No. 34, 87, 88, in PP 1343/44: 1859.

BREWER, JOHN, English Radicalism in the Age of George III, In: J.G.A. Pocock, ed., Three British Revolutions: 1641, 1688, 1776, Princeton UP 1980, ch.10, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1293, headed: English Radicalism: Rights vs. War & Taxes.

BREWSTER, EDWIN TENNEY, The Sham of “Character Reading”, 10pp, in PP 1208.

BRICK No. 2, Direct Action in Action, Russellville, AL, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1161.

BRICK PILLOW, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

BRICK PILLOW, Renton, later Everett, WA, an APA put out by Brick Pillow, 13/4 ( Winter 86/87, with pp 8 & 9 missing ), No. 53, March 87, No. 54, May 87 & No. 55, Nov. 87, 135pp, in PP 500. No. 56, Spring 88 & No. 57, Summer 88, 144pp, all on hand, in PP 467.

BRICK, ABIS, Review of: CRANE, PHILIP M., The Democrat’s Dilemma, 3pp, in PP 1376: 43.

BRICK, AVIS, Political Education in Principle, Review of: JONES, JOYCE F., Citizenship Education, 7pp, in PP 1376: 346.

BRICK, AVIS, Reason, Irrationality, and Kennedy’s Method, Review of: KENNEDY, ROBERT F., The Pursuit of Justice, 7pp, in PP 1376: 139.

BRICK, AVIS, The Insulated Candidate, Review of: SHADEGG, STEPHEN, What Happened to Goldwater? 8pp, in PP 1376: 182.

BRICK, AVIS, The Making of a Loser, Review of : NOVAK, ROBERT D., The Agony of the G.O.P., 5pp on GOLDWATER, BARRY, in PP 1376: 99.

BRICK, AVIS, Why Not Defeat? Review of: 1. HALEY, J. EVETTS, A Texan Looks at Lyndon, 2. KLUCKHOHN, FRANK L., The Inside on L.B.J., 3. MOONEY, BOOTH, Lyndon Johnson Story, 5pp, in PP 1376: 16.

BRIDGE, STEVE, Assisted Suicide Laws, 1p:504, in PP 1293/95.

BRIDGES, ERNEST, Introduction to special Georgist issue of THE LIBERTARIAN, Nov. 1925, 4pp: 1, in PP 1477.

BRIGGS, ARTHUR E., Dr., Rocker – the Humanist, 6pp, in PP 1401.

BRIGGS, E. ARTHUR, The Hope of Civilization – Freedom, 5pp, discusses Rocker, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-228, in PP 1218.

BRIGHT, GREG, English Peer May Have Cure for our Economic Ills, 1p, in Sydney Morning Herald, 25 Jan. 1980, on visit by Lord Harris, 24x, in PP 301.

BRIGHT, JOHN, Preface to Kay: Free Trade in Land, 1879, 3pp, 24x, in PP 361.

BRIGHT, JOHN, Sayings, edited by WEDMORE, CECIL, Sayings of John Bright, 1911, 64pp, in PP 1071.

BRIMELOW, PETER, Do you want to be paid in Rockefellers? In Wristons? Or how about a Hayek? FORBES MAGAZINE, May 30, 1988, 6pp, in PP 803.

BRIMELOW, PETER, Hapless Canada, 10pp: 177, in PP 1506/07.

BRIMELOW, PETER, interview with MURRAY ROTHBARD, “No water economics”, from FORBES MAGAZINE, March 6, 1989, 2pp, in ASSOCIATION BULLETIN, July-Aug. 89, in PP 1215.

BRIMO, NICOLAS, Un Secret d’etat: l’aide publique a l’industrie, LES TEMPES MODERNES 416, Mar. 81, 1578-1588, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1483, headed: Government Subsidies in France.

BRINICH, STEPHEN & SWARTZBECK, MICHAEL A., Our Drug Laws Are Causing Crime, 1p, in PP 279: 91. – How many years or decades will it take before that simple truth sinks in? – J.Z., 7.10.97.

BRINK, T.L., Can We Resurrect the Right? 1p: 67, in PP 1477.

BRINK, T.L., Let’s Make it Everybody’s Lib, 1p: 76, in PP 1477.

BRINKMANSHIP: On the Brink: Third World Economies in Crisis, MANHATTAN REPORT Panel discussions, 1983, 10pp, in PP 1538: 81. – The terms “economies” and “development” are misapplied to the results of coercive and monopolistic interventionism and its result, when neither are free to act and function. – J.Z.

BRINTON, MAURICE, The Irrational in Politics, Solidarity, London, 1970, 1975, 96pp, 61, in PP 1523. – Exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities would do away with politics as theorized about and practised today. It would be dissolved in the free competition and free cooperation of sovereign individuals and their autonomous associations. All ideologies and faiths could be simultaneously practised among their believers, at their own expense and risk, as long as they could stand them, individually, i.e. individuals would remain free to disassociate themselves from them, at least after a period for giving notice and having fulfilled their contractual obligations. – Territorial politics was always wrong and irrational. It is so by its very nature. It is based on fallacies and false premises and on a wrong view of man and his potential. Alas, the majority with any interest in politics has still failed to realize this. The same applies to the religiously motivated people and to most “moral” or “rational” philosophies. Men are different and they have the right to live differently. See my “On Panarchy” compilation and my two books in PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z., 12.11. 1998.

BRITAIN, 396, PP 418/19p124.BRITISCHER RUNDFUNK, Ein banales Thema? Ueber Haushaltsbehelfe, 1 S., Erfindungen, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 88.BRITISH EMPIRE, PP 1023, 1025.BRITTAN, SAMUEL & LILLEY, PETER, 1351 – and the First English Incomes Policy, 1978, CIS, 5pp, 29x, in PP 396.

BRITTAN, SAMUEL & LILLEY, PETER, Incomes Policy – the Case Against, 1978, CIS, 13pp, 29x, in PP 397.

BRITTAN, SAMUEL & LILLEY, PETER, The 16th Century: Elizabethan Direction of Labour, 1978, CIS, 4pp, 29x, in PP 396.

BROADCASTING: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Radio Rights, 1p, originally: RADIO LIBERTY, in PP 1336 – 39: 404.

BROADCASTING, FREE MARKET in, PP 15, 423,425, 696, 723/4, 864, 1019, 1150. See PIRATE RADIO.

BROADCASTING, See: ANONYMOUS, Radio Is my Bomb, in PP 1235.

BROADCASTING, See: EMANUELSON, JERRY, Socialized Airwaves, 2pp: 96, in PP 1529- 33.

BROADCASTING, See: FREEMAN, RICK, Editor, Free Radio Handbook, 1st. edition, 1984, 20pp, in PP 499.BROADCASTING, See: HENDERSON, DAVID, Scanning Scams, 1p, against the NZ ON AIR racket, taxing people whether they listen to it or not, in PP 1336 – 39: 100.

BROADCASTING, See: MUELLER, MILTON, Freeing the Airways, Defining Property Rights, 1p, in PP 278.

BROADCASTING, See: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Static Be the State, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 149. – For freedom in broadcasting, but only on the exclusive ownership model for air waves. Shall I announce exclusive ownership for the sound waves that I use? How far shall the electronic frequency “ownership” extend? All over earth? At any power? All over the Universe? Open coops and good manners offer a better solution. – J.Z.

BROADCASTING, See: SCHWARTZ, PETER, Deregulation Comes to Broadcasting, 5pp: 214, in PP 1506/07.

BROADMINDEDNESS: MOFFIT, ROBERT, The Liberal Virtue of “Broadmindedness”, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 29.

BROCK, DAVID, Combating those Campus Marxists, WSJ, Dec. 12, 1985, 2pp, in PP 1,017.


BRODERICK, FRANCIS J., Sec. & Treasurer, Institute for Monetary Research, Inc., 1p. leaflet, in PP 803.

BRODRECHT, UWE, Libertaere Geldtheorie, 6 S.: 85, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.

BRODSKY, ARCHIE, Homebirth, Midwifery, & Freedom of Choice, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 315.

BRODY, JANE E., Marijuana: The Danger Signals Grow, 89, 1p, in PP 1362/63: 236.

BROGAN, COLM, Railways in the Red, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 361.

BROKAW, W.E., The ABC of Equity, 1p: 61, in PP 501.

BROKAW, WARREN EDWIN, Equitable Society and how to Create it, N.Y., Vanguard Press, The Equitist League, 1927, 367pp, in PP 1,008. Favours, among other ideals, mutual banking and clearing banks but, alas, also work unit standard and is an enemy of interest. J.Z.

BRONFENBRENNER, MARTIN, An Old Reactionary Free Trader on the New International Economic Order, NEBRASKA JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS 16, 1977, 5-18, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p194. Headed: Protectionism vs. Free Trade.

BRONFENBRENNER, MARTIN, The Currency-Choice Defense, 7pp, in CHALLENGE, The Magazine of Economic Affairs, Jan./Feb. 1980, in PP 803.

BRONS-PETERSEN, OTTO, Legalisation of Pornography and its effect on crime in Denmark, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 160.

BROOKE, AGNES-MARY, Letter to Lockwood, on educat.reforms, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 413.

BROOKE, JAMES, In Latin America, politicians now looking at freer markets, NY TIMES, n.d., 1p, in PP 1440/42: 36.

BROOKES, PATRICK, Operation Rebuttal, AIR paper, ca. 1972, 29x, in PP 612.

BROOKES, PATRICK, The Freedom Avalanche of 1980, AIR paper, ca. 1972, 29x, in PP 612.

BROOKES, WARREN T., Producerism, 1978, 2pp, in PP 925.

BROOKES, WARREN, Billions into the air-toxics breeze, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

BROOKHOUSE, D.W., Constructive Anarchy, from HONESTY, April to August 1887, 13pp, 24x, in PP 244.

BROOKS, DAVID M.,III, Taxation Is Robbery, 1p, 36x, in PP 369. 1p, 29x, in PP 689.BROOKS, GEORGE, Industry and Property, a plea for truth an honesty in economics and for liberty and justice in social reform…, 1893, 255pp, 29x, in PP 610.

BROOKS, MARK, Television Franchises: State Choice Not Public Choice, 1992, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 66, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BROOKS, WARREN, The “Low Pay” Hoax, 2pp, in PP 480.

BROOME, ISAAC, The Last Days of the Ruskin Co-operative Association, 1902, 183pp, with some illustrations, in PP 1305/1306: 233-266. – All voluntaristic communities are worth studying! – J.Z.

BROTHERHOOD, See: HARRIS, JAMES W., Thoughts on “Being Our Brother’s Keeper”, 5pp: 497, in PP 1529- 33.

BROUGH, WILLIAM, The Natural Law of Money, 1894, 168pp, indexed, in PP 971. Of interest for free banking. – J.Z.

BROWN, ANDY, Different Ideas of Freedom, 1p, in PP 493.

BROWN, BARBARA B., New Mind, New Body, 1p review by IDA WALTERS, in PP 1367/68: 101.

BROWN, CAROLYN, Apartheid and Trilateralism: Partners in Southern Africa, in: Holly Sklar, ed., The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management, Boston, South End Press, 1980, 352-376, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1391, headed: Western Support for Apartheid. – In the tenthousands of articles on S.A. and segregation hardly any one distinguished voluntary segregation and voluntary integration from their coercive forms. – J.Z.

BROWN, DAVID M., Review of HAZLITT, HENRY, Economics in One Lesson, 1p: 16, in PP 1491.

BROWN, EDMUND G., Jr., Shrinking the State through Voluntarism, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 835.

BROWN, EDWARD, Poultry Keeping for Profit, 1891, 4pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

BROWN, ERIC, Sweden’s empty smorgasbord, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 183.

BROWN, HARRY GUNNISON, Prof., Significant Paragraphs from Henry George’s PROGRESS AND POVERTY, 121pp, 29x, in PP 367.

BROWN, HARRY, Harry Browne Replies, with Rothbard’s rebuttal, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 61.

BROWN, HARRY, How Can You Profit From the Coming Devaluation, quotes, 3pp, with a foreword by NEWEY, DON, What Price Miracle, 1p, & 12pp quotes from Brown, edited and arranged by LOOMIS, MILDRED J., 1972, in PP 1386/91: 140, repeated in 520ff.

BROWN, HARRY, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, 1p, in PP 1312/1314 : 43. Review only, by R.A. CHILDS, Jr.

BROWN, HARRY, How I Found Freedom…, review, 2pp, by George T. McCallum, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

BROWN, HARRY, see CRIDDLE, WILLIAM D., Harry Brownism, 5pp, in COGITATIONS, in PP 1133.

BROWN, JAMES R., Plain Talk on Single Tax, 9pp, in PP 1265.

BROWN, L.W., Peace through Abolition of “Protection”, 2pp, 29x, in PP 1&2.

BROWN, NAT, Nat Brown’s Libertarian Page, answers to questions regarding Libertarian Party politics, a LIBERTARIA page, Australia, e-mail: libertaria@hotmail.com – , in PP 1535.

BROWN, PAMELA J., Constitution or Competition? Alternative Views on Monetary Reform, with extensive bibliography, LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, Autumn 1982, 52pp, in PP 805.BROWN, PAMELA J., Constitution or Competition? Alternative Views on Monetary Reform, a bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1204p1803, 46pp. An excellent survey from 1982, mainly over the newer literature on free banking and monetary freedom, but with the usual omissions on the German School of Monetary Freedom. Help to make such surveys finally complete, in combination! Compare my monetary freedom bibliography in PP 1022. – J.Z.

BROWN, RAY B., New Views of Popular Culture, 2pp review of 4 books, in PP 1367/68: 139.

BROWN, ROBERT J., The Almighty Dollar, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p278.

BROWN, STEVE, How I Found Freedom in the Weirdest Damn Place You Could Imagine, 1p, on Poland, in PP 1269.

BROWN, T., Lenin and Workers’ Control, Part I, 2pp, Part II, 3pp, Part III, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, pp27, 77, 111.

BROWN, TOM, British Syndicalism: Pages of Labour History, 1994: Review by JACK GRANCHAROFF, 2pp: 775, in PP 1484/85.

BROWNE, D.E., The Presumption of Equality, AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, 53, 1975, 46-53, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p102. Headed: Problems with Inequality.

BROWNE, HARRY & FRESNELL, ROCKFORD, Postmen Against the State, 3pp, reprinted from Innovator: 691, in PP 1457/62.

BROWNE, HARRY, Depression -Inflation Survival Course, 7 hour tape, review by JAMES P. KENNEDY, 1p: 65, in PP 1468.

BROWNE, HARRY, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, review by MARK CORSKE, 1p: 13, in PP 1468.

BROWNE, HARRY, The Breakdown of Government, 7pp: 453, in PP 1293/95.

BROWNE, HARRY, You Can Profit from a Monetary Crisis, review by I. DONALD ROGERS, 1p: 29, in PP 1468.

BROWNE, STEPHEN, Educating Yourself for Freedom, 1p, in PP 1269.

BROWNFELD, ALLAN C., Review, 3pp, of: SOWELL, THOMAS, The Economics and Politics of Race: An International Perspective, William Morrow, N.Y., 1983, 324pp: 553, in PP 1529- 33.

BROWNFELD, ALLAN C., The False God of Politics, 4pp: 168, in PP1529- 33.

BROZEN, YALE & SCHWIETERMAN, JOSEPH P., Weight – Distance Fees for Heavy Trucks: A Market Approach to Highway Pricing, 1987, 40pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

BROZEN, YALE, Automation: The Retreating Catastrophe, 14pp, in PP 984.

BROZEN, YALE, Can the Market Sustain an Ethic? The Ethical Consequence of Alternative Incentive Systems, 1977 D.R. Sharpe lecture on social ethics. Graduate School of Business and the Divinity School, Univ. of Chicago, 26pp available from the author, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p97. Headed: Virtue in the Market. – I would gladly film this title for him, in my series, if I could get a copy. But I would not even find the time to write him to ask for it. As justly famous a freedom writer should make all his titles permanently and cheaply available, at least on microfiche. – J.Z.

BROZEN, YALE, Concentration, Mergers, and Public Policy, Macmillan, N.Y., 1982, 456pp, 2pp review only, by H. WILLIAMPETERSON: 379, in PP 1529- 33.

BROZEN, YALE, Minimum Wage Reduces Opportunities and Productivity, 1p: 33, in PP 1469.BROZEN, YALE,Prof., The FTC’s Attack on Advertising, 5pp: 670, in PP 1457/62.

BRUDNOWY, DAVID, Liberty by Taste: Tocqueville’s Search for Freedom, MODERN AGE, USA, 20, 1976, 164-176, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p50. Headed: Diversity and Equality.

BRUDNOY, DAVID: An Untarnished Youth in the Gilded Age: Theodore Schroeder of Wisconsin and Dakota Territory, 12pp, date? publication? In PP 986.

BRUEGGERT, BERNHARD, KRITIK UND ANTIKRITIK, Diskussion ueber den anarchistischen Kommunismus. Der “persoenliche Standpunkt” eines “kommunistischen Anarchisten” gegenueber John Henry Mackay und dem Individualischen Anarchismus, sowie der Standpunkt Peter Kropotkins, Erich Muehsams, Max Nettlaus, und der Gegenstandpunkt wie Gegen-Kritik von Gehret, Solneman, Timm, 1977, 48 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

BRUEL, LUIS, Bastiat et Le Libre Echange, Paris, 1931, 158pp, in PP 1100.

BRUISE, PURPLE, Frustration, 5pp: 782, in PP 1484/85. – On his frustration with a national convention of the Populist Party. Why not let these people, too, have their own panarchy, rather than trying to frustrate them still more? – J.Z.

BRUISE, PURPLE, Travelin (sic!), 4pp: 767, in PP 1484/85. – Just a taxi driver rapping. – J.Z.

BRUNEL, CHARLES, Bastiat et la Reaction, Contre le Pessimisme Economique, These Pour le Doctorat, Paris, 1901, 94pp, in PP 1090. Could one then get a doctorate there with a mere 9pp, too? – J.Z.


BRUNZLER, A., Arbeit, 2 S., in PP 1322: 39.

BRUTUS, JUNIUS, A Defence of Liberty Against Tyrants. A Translation of the VINDICIAE CONTRA TYRANNOS, probably by Duplessis-Mornay or, according to the shortened German version, in PP 925, by Hubert Languet. Written ca. 1574-1576, first published 1579? 1581? From the 1689 translation, with a 60pp introduction by Harold J. Laski, London, 1924, 229pp, in PP 1108.

BRYAN ERNIE, People and Progress, 1979, 4pp, 26x, in PP 381. (Georgist)

BRYAN, FRANK & MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, The Vermont Papers: Recreating Democracy on a Human Scale, 4pp introductory leaflet only, 1989, reproduced from a rather dirty copy, in PP 1,011.

BRYAN, WILLIAM JENNINGS, See: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, William Jennings Bryan, (1) 3pp: 234; (2), 2pp: 246, in PP 1404/06.

BRYANT, ARTHUR, Ueber die Freiheit, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p2.

BRYANT, JOHN. The Competitive Provision of Fiat Money, May 1980, 10pp, Staff Report No. 48 of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Critical of monetary freedom. In PP 1182.

BRYANT, KIM, International Relations, 1p, in PP 1336-39: 446. – Favours freedom of association but does not develop it. Wears territorialist blinders, too. – J.Z.

BRZESKI, ANDRZEJ, Is Communism Defunct? 1982, 2pp: 25, in PP 1469.

BUBB, FRANK W., Deregulation, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p286.

BUBB, FRANK W., Should We Be Defending Western Europe & Japan? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1496.

BUBB, FRANK, On Public Housing and the Poor, 3pp, in PP 1357: 60. – These “peace and freedom lovers” uncritically reproduced the programme of the Vietcong’s “National Liberation Front”! – J.Z.

BUBB, FRANK, Public Housing and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 220.

BUBB, FRANK, The Cure for Air Pollution, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

BUBB, FRANK, The Great Population Miscarriage, 29x, in PP 290.

BUBB, FRANK, The Great Population Miscarriage, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 118.

BUBB, FRANK, The Right to Stagnate, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

BUBB, FRANK, What Causes WAR? An article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176 and SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, 1p in PP 1112.

BUBER, MARTIN AND MAGNES, JUDAY L., July 1947, 3 S.: 42, in PP1523.

BUBER, MARTIN, See: KOECHLIN, HEINER, Pfade in Utopia, 13 S., ueber Martin Buber’s Buch: 39, in PP 1523.

BUCH, RICARDA, Dienstleistungen der Informations/Auskunftsbank, Entwurf, ca. 1985, 4pp (Gutscheinausgabe fuer Informationen war geplant.), 48x, in PP 739.BUCHANAN, ALLEN, Medical Paternalism, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 7, Sum. 78, 370-390, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p489, headed: Medical Paternalism vs. Autonomy.

BUCHANAN, J.M., Constitutional Economics, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

BUCHANAN, JAMES M. & PIERRO, ALBERTO DI, Cognition, Choice, and Entrepreneurship, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 46, Jan. 80, 692-701, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1574, headed: Cognition, Choice, and Entrepreneurship.

BUCHANAN, JAMES M. & TULLOCK, GORDON, The Expanding Public Sector: Wagner Squared, PUBLIC CHOICE, USA, 31, 1977, 147-150, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p117. Headed: Bureaucratic Growth.

BUCHANAN, JAMES M., Order Defined in the Process of its Emergence, 1p note, LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1897.

BUCHANAN, JAMES M., Quest for a Tempered Utopia, excerpts of his talk on 13 Nov., 1986, WSJ, Nov. 14, 1986, 1p, in PP 1,017.

BUCHANAN, JAMES M., See: LEWIN, ROGER, Self-Interest in Politics Earns a Nobel Prize, 1986, 2pp, in PP 1107.

BUCHANAN, JAMES MCGILL, Prof., Wirtschafts-Nobelpreis geht in die USA. German clipping, 86, 1p, in PP 1398: 119.

BUCHANAN, JAMES, Hayek and the Forces of History, 1p: 223, in PP 1463/64.

BUCHANAN, Martin L., Strategies for Liberty, 1985, 5pp, 36x, in PP 636.

BUCHANAN, MARTIN L., Voluntary Levy, The: Financing Public Goods in a Free Society, 3pp, with comments by FILTHY PIERRE, 1p, 29x, in PP 870.

BUCHEZ, PHILLIPPE, The Way to Ameliorate the Condition of the City Wage Earners, 1831, 6pp, with some notes by Paul Lambert, on this originator of the concept of “open” cooperatives, 24x, in PP 64 – 65.

BUCHLISTE, Verzeichnis undogmatischer und anarchistischer Schriften, 2. Auflage, 1975, 53 S., Verlag Ems-kopp, Meppen, damals lieferbare Schriften, in PP 932. See Bibliographies.

BUCHWALD, ART, No taxes for the people, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 68.

BUCK, HART, The Essence of Capitalism, 6pp, in PP 1418: 13.

BUCK, OTTO, Tolstoi, 9 S., in PP 1356: 37 & 47.

BUCK, PITMAN, Jr., A Syllogism – The Logic of “Voluntary Compliance” with the Income Tax Code, 2pp, in PP 1440/42: 360.

BUCKLE, HENRY THOMAS, Essays, with a biographical sketch of the author, 1871, 209pp, containing: Mill on Liberty and: The Influence of Women on the Progress of Knowledge, in PP 1066.

BUCKLE, THOMAS, The Wisdom of Thomas Buckle, selected by Elmer C. Helm, 1947, 26pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-639, in PP 1222.

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.

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., Jr., editor, American Conservative Thought in the 20th Century, review by ERIC MACK, 1p: 77, in PP 1468.

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., Jr., see NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK FOUNDATION, Foundation Action in the News, 1978, 8pp of clippings on significant fights of William F. Buckley, Jr., in PP 1076.

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., Jr., The Robert Menzies Memorial Oration, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p406.

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F.: DAWSON, DAVID J., Buckley: The Publicist of the Right, 8pp, in PP 137: 174. – The title already indicates that some people throw together the advocacy of free markets with “the right”. The Nazis belonged to “the right” – but they did not favour free markets. – J.Z.

BUDDHISM on Abortion, 1p, in PP 1121.

BUDDHISMUS, Was Ist Buddhismus? 5 S., 36x, in PP 736.

BUDGETS OF GOVERNMENTS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The Budget Leak, Theft, and the Paradox of Budget Secrecy, 1p: 18, in PP 1515.

BUDGETS, ALTERNATIVE, See: CUMMING, BOB, Ontario Budget, Budget Statement, 6pp, in PP 1271.

BUENACASA, MANUEL, Dark Road Ahead of Labor, 2pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.

BUERGERINITIATIVE DEMOKRATIE UND IDENTITAET, 2 S. Flugblatt: Asyl – Einladung fuer Millionen. Ein vorsichtig ausgedrueckter Auslaenderhass, der “Deutschtum” bedroht sieht, in PP 1326: 117. Schon lange hauptsaechlich eine Mischlingsrasse, wurden spaeter, z.B. im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg, die meisten “deutschen” Maenner abgeschlachted und die “Rasse” von anderen Europaern fortgesetzt. Wir sind fast alle Bastarde und als solche in fast jeder Hinsicht besser als die “Reinen”. Nach der Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1959, Artikel “Race”, konnten allein noch die Andaman Islanders, am Anfang dieses Jahrhunderts, beanspruchen einer “reinen” Rasse anzugehoeren. – Asylrecht fuer jeden, in jedem Lande, wenn er die Menschenrechte nicht verletzt hat sondern sie nur in Anspruch nehmen will. Dazu auch volle freiwillige Autonomie fuer ihre Rechtsgemeinschaften, auf exterritorialer Grundlage. Nationale Territorien sind jetzt nur Zielscheiben fuer ABC Massenmord – “Waffen” und gegenseitige Unterdrueckungs – und Abmetzelungsversuche anderer Art. Die “Deutschnationalen” sollten sich zum Vorbild nehmen was Edward Gibbon sagte, in The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ueber “The Laws of the Barbarians”, in Kap. 38. Unter diesen Vorfahren der Deutschen konnte sich jeder seinen eigenen Staat frei waehlen und keiner konnte dem anderen seinen Staat aufdraengen. Gibt es eine gerechtere, bessere und mehr friedensstiftende Loesung? – PIOT, J.Z., 6.6.96.

BUESCH, Johann Georg, Abhandlung von dem Geldumlauf…, 1800, Auszug, 9pp, 29x, in PP 731.

BUFE, CHARLES, The Heretic’s Guide to the Bible, 15pp, 1987, 302, in PP 1447/49. Taken from the author’s THE HERETIC’S HANDBOOK OF QUOTATIONS, copyrighted, although it contains only quotes, assorted, mainly from the Bible! Imagine an atheist and anarchist trying to claim copyrights for parts of the Bible! – J.Z.

BUFE, CHAZ, Listen Anarchist!, 1985, 16pp, 36x, in PP 771. See RANTER, FERAL, Anarchism vs. Anarchy: A Thoroughly Nasty Thumbing of the Nose at that Despicable Defence of Doctrinal Orthodoxy Entitled “Listen, Anarchist!” by Chaz Bufe, 1986, 12pp, in PP 1141.

BUFFON, Le Compte, ESSAI D’ARITHMETIQUE MORALE, 111pp, 24x, in PP 332. Recommended by Ulrich von Beckerath, himself a mathematician and human rights moralist. I would like to be able to read it, in a translation. – J.Z.

BUHLE, PAUL, The Road to Freedom: Anarchism in the Twenties, 6pp: 20, in PP 1501.


BUKAL, ED, Free Market Banking, 3pp, in PP 1089.

BUKHARIN, NIKOLAI, Imperialism and World Economy, 1p review by JOSEPH R. STROMBERG, in PP 1367/68: 56.

BULL, HEDLEY, Recapturing the Just War for Political Theory, review article, world politics 31, JULY 79, 588-599, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1194, headed: Walzer & Just War.

BULL, W., Symposium on Economic Depression, 3pp, by W. Bull, M.J. Loomis, J.R. Mason, L.A. Gale & E.C. Harwood, in PP 995. – When you confine yourself to periodicals in print, you have to keep contributions often as short as this! -J.Z.

BULLETIN BOARDS, ELECTRONIC, JANIK (870), CYGNUS, CYGNUS, page 511, in PP 907-910, Fort Freedom: 637, see RICHARD KLEINOW: 1034, SHANN TURNBULL, PEACE NET (966 & 1019), SOFTSERV(1122). Are there libertarian bulletin boards open to submissions on floppies, by mail, from LMP, containing some of its writings and its literature lists? I would love to list all of them. – J.Z.


BULLETIN BOARDS, See: BLEIL, GORDON B. The Case of the Bulletin Board, 2pp: 23, in PP 1529- 33.

BULLETIN No. 51, Paris, Octobre 1987, Internationale des Federations Anarchistes, Secretariat de la CRIFA, 12pp: 89, No. 52, Octobre 1989, 16pp: 101, in PP 1502.

BULLETIN OF ANARCHIST RESEARCH, Anarchist Research Group, U.K., Nos. 13 (Mar. 88), 18 (Sep. 89), 20 (Apr. 90), 75pp, all on hand at present, with index to the bulletin for Nos. 1-19, 3pp, in PP 1166.

BULLETIN, Committee to Restore the Constitution, # 291, Sept.86, ed. by Archibald E. Roberts, Sample copy, 6pp, 29x, in PP 669.

BULLETIN, THE, An unofficial dissenting report, 1p, 1980, in PP 1362/63: 22.

BULLETIN, THE, Drugs: Who’s Taking What, Feb.6, 71, 4pp, in PP 1362/63: 172.

BULLETIN, Toronto, Ontario LP, Sep/Oct 78; XII/4: Autumn 86; XIII/2: Sep. 87; XV/2: July 89; XV/3 : Sep. 89; XV/4, Winter 89/90; XVI/1, Spring 90, 90pp, in PP 1272: 1-98.

BULLETT, GERALD, The Religion of Bernard Shaw, 6pp, in PP 1189.


BULLOCK, CHARLES J., ESSAYS ON THE MONETARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1900, 292pp, with bibliography and index, 29x, in PP 373-375.

BULLOCK, EDNA D., Selected Articles on Single Tax, 2nd. edition, revised and enlarged by Julia F. Johnsen, 1915, 2nd. ed. 1917, 280pp, including a 13pp bibliography, in PP 1265.

BULMER, MARTIN, Quantification and Chicago Social Science in the 1920’s: A Neglected Tradition, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 17, July 81, 287-297, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1681, headed: Chicago Social Science & Quantification.

BUMPAS, JIM, Libertarian Marxists, 1984, 5pp, in PP 1371/72: 117.

BUMPAS, JIM, Should We Cooperate? 3pp, in PP 1371/72: 4.

BUMPAS, JIM, The Arrogance of Authority, 75, 5pp, in PP 1371/72: 39.

BUMPAS, JIM, The Role of Personal Differences in Organizations, 76, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 73.

BUNDAY, KARL M., School is Dead, Learn in Freedom, 1997. A compilation of links to resources on home schooling, 6pp: 177. – This material is copyrighted. I was not aware that there is such an extensive home school movement. – J.Z.

BUOYANT FLIGHT, The Bulletin of the Lighter-Than-Air Society, 25/4, May-June 1978, Akron, Ohio, 14pp, in PP 1,000.

BURBANK, LUTHER, Why I Am an Infidel, n.d.,32pp, LBB 1020, in PP 1208.

BURCH, LOLITA, Ghost Town Philosopher, 2pp, n.d., typed and also printed, on George Boardman, in PP 1417: 52.

BURCHETT, G.H.& W.H., Reason in Revolt, A Sketch of the Life and Work of Thomas Paine, n.d., 40pp, in PP 1164. The authors are definitely not libertarians, although, probably atheists. – J.Z.

BURCK, Arthur, Decaying with the Dinosaurs, U.S. Future Is in Nimbler Firms, not Merger-Crazed Giants, 1982, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.


BUREAUCRACY, See: CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, Bureaucratic Blight, 8pp: 26, in PP 1529- 33.

BUREAUCRACY, See: MARTIN, BRIAN, CALLAGHAN, SHARON & FOX, CHRIS, Challenging Bureaucratic Elites, 1997, 56pp, with bibliography, 2, in PP 1452.

BUREAUCRACY, See: NORTH, GARY, Statist Bureaucracy in the Modern Economy, 12pp: 112, in PP 1529- 33.

BUREAUCRACY: ANON., So that’s what a bureaucrat does…, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 177.

BURGESS, A., Perfect World Limited, 2pp extract, on Chinese Currency, from the 1942 book, in PP 794.

BURGESS, DAVID, Gremlin’s Fix Finds Lady Blue, San Francisco clipping on coffee house net-heads happily hooked, 1993, 1p, in PP 1230.

BURGESS, RONALD, Economic Study Association Research Group, 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381.(Georgist)

BURGOS, ELISABETA, The War in Maya’s Land, Review of a book by BOT, IVON LE, same title : 12pp, 1995: 784, with a 1p introduction by Jack Grancharoff. On the civil war in Guatemala, in PP 1484/85. – To each his own form of liberation or sloth! – PIOT, J.Z., 20.5.97.

BURKE, EDMUND, A Vindication of a Natural Society, 1756, 54pp, 24x, in PP 282. (Warning: Here reproduced from a rather imperfect photocopy.), A Vindication of Natural Society, in LIBERTY, Nos. 53ff, 29x, in PP 247-273, A Vindication of Natural Society: or, a view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society, 1756, 54pp, 29x, in PP 583. (Easier to read than the edition in PP 282.)

BURKE, EDMUND, Eine Rechtfertigung der natuerlichen Gesellschaft. (Nur Fortsetzung.) 5 S., 29x, in PP 349.

BURKE, EDMUND, see MORLEY, JOHN, Burke, in the series: English Men of Letters, edited by John Morley, 1980, 9th thousand impression, 216pp, in PP 1065. See also 1012.

BURKE, T. PATRICK, The Moral Basis of Capitalism, 12pp, 29x, in PP 520.

BURKE, T. PATRICK, What Is the Moral Status of Material Possessions? (A christian defence of property rights.) 7pp, 29x, in PP 612.

BURLEIGH, ANNE HUSTED, Editor, Education in a Free Society, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, 1973, 182pp, 1p review only, by Thomas JOHNSON: 175, in PP 1529- 33.

BURMA GOVERNMENT, 1988, declares many of its notes worthless, clipping, in PP 787.

BURMESTER, H.C., The Recruitment and Use of Mercenaries in Armed Conflict, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 72, Jan. 78, 37-56, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p496, headed: Mercenaries and Autonomy.

BURNHAM, JAMES, See: MOLNAR, GEORGE, The Man who was “Good Stuff”, 5pp, in PP 1471. – On James Burnham.

BURNHAM, P. BECKWITH, Eight Forecasts for U.S. Banking, THE FUTURIST, 3-4/ 89, 7pp, in PP 906.

BURNHEIM, JOHN, Prof., Is Democracy Possible? From GOOD GOVERNMENT, 2/86, 3pp, with a copy of his letter to Dr. TEMESVARY, 4 June 86, 2pp, in PP 915.

BURNS, ALAN, Toward Liberty, Putting Theory into Practice. Developing a Strategy for Liberty, 2pp, in PP 1272: 112.

BURNS, JOHN F., Ice Island, 1p, with further info from Jim Stumm, in PP 1171.

BURNS, ROBERT P., Behavior Modification as a Punishment, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 22, 1977, 19-54, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p510, headed: Punishment and Behavior Modification.

BURNS, T.D., short letter in REASON, 4/88, on The Trickle Up Program, 29x, in PP 905.

BURQUEST, WILLIAM, Holiness & Halitosis, 4pp, in LBB No. 1637, n.d., in PP 1224.

BURRAGE, Robert, A Free Market in Human Organs, 1986, LA Economic Note, No. 10, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BURRAGE, Robert, In Defence of Companies, 1986, LA Economic Notes, No. 9, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

BURRIDGE, GASTON, The Lightning Maker, on Tesla, 1971, 4pp, in PP 1,037.

BURRIS, ALAN, A Liberty Primer, 1p review by FRANZ, JAMES J., & 1p adv. for the book, in PP 1382/85: 207.

BURRIS, ALAN, A Liberty Primer, Readers’ Comments, 1p, in PP 1273.

BURRIS, ALAN, Free” Government Benefits, 1p, an edited excerpt from his A LIBERTY PRIMER, 2nd. ed., 83, in PP 1273. – I would like to get his non-exclusive and revocable permission to reproduce this primer on microfiche, also permissions for several other economic primers in my possession. – J.Z.

BURRIS, ALAN, Freedom Now! 1p from his A Liberty Primer, in PP 1273.

BURROUGHES, TOM, Capitalism & the Good Historians: A Brief Industrial Revolution Reading List, 1992, 2pp, LA Study Guide No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BURROUGHES, TOM, Free Speech, Privacy, Property & Contract in the Electronic Age: A Journalist’s View, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 115.

BURROUGHES, TOM, Heroes Are Forever: The James Bond Thrillers, 1991, 2pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 29, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BURROUGHES, TOM, Why I Am a Libertarian & How I Became One, 1992, 2pp, LA Personal Perspectives, No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BURROUGHES, TOM, Winning by Persisting: Lessons from a Personal Triumph, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

BURROUGHS, PETER, The Human Cost of Imperial Defence in the Early Victorian Age, VICTORIAN STUDIES 24, Aut. 80, 7-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1398, headed: Imperialism’s Cost in Human Suffering. – Another interesting chapter on the folly of military “leaders”, even towards their own subordinates and regarding their own budgets. – J.Z.

BURROW, J.W., The Anarchists (who are with us again), HORIZON, Summer 1969, 10pp, in PP 1,007.

BURT, WILLIAM D., Local Problems: Libertarian Solutions, ca. 1980, 175pp, 24x, in PP 212-213.

BURT, WILLIAM D., Transportation and Regulation, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

BURT, WILLIAM, Local Problems: Libertarians Solutions, 1p review, in PP 1382/85: 134.

BURTON, JOHN, Economics: Still Dismal after all these Years, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BURTON, JOHN, Why the State Should Stay Out of Culture: An Economists’s View, 1990, 8pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BURZYNSKI, THOMAS A.., The Shot Still Echoes, 1p, in PP1534: 133. – On militias.

BUSES, COMPULSORY, TO INTEGRATED SCHOOLS, PP 182.BUSES, PRIVATE COMMUTER BUSES, PP 1165.BUSEY, JAMES L., Progress and Poverty by Henry George, a 10pp condensation, 36x, in PP 363.

BUSH, PAUL D., Radical Individualism vs. Institutionalism: Philosophical Dualism as Apologetic Constructs Based on Obsolete Psychological Preconceptions, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 40, July 81, 287-297, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1686, headed: Institutionalism vs. Radical Individualism.

BUSH, VANNEVAR, As We May Think, 1945, 8pp, on MEMEX, in PP1349: 2. – An early Ideas Archive & World Library proposal.

BUSH, VANNEVAR, Pieces of the Action, 1970, 5pp extract, in PP1349: 2. – On his automated memory bank proposal: MEMEX.

BUSH, VANNEVAR, Science Is Not Enough, 1967, chapter V, MEMEX REVISITED, 27pp, in PP 1349: 10.

BUSINESS & ANTI-CAPITALISM, See: KOCH, CHARLES, Anti-Capitalism and Business, 1974, 10pp, IHS address, in PP 24.

BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT, PP 246, 539, 928.

BUSINESS CLOSURES, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Business Closures, 2pp: 100, in PP 1515.

BUSINESS CYCLE, AUSTRIAN THEORY, PP 847 & 850.BUSINESS FORECASTING, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Plight of Business Forecasting, 1956, 3pp: 58, in PP 1480.


BUSINESS WEEK, Paying with Constants instead of Dollars, 1p, 4 May 74, in PP 803, 24x, in PP 145-146.

BUSINESS, See: FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., The Social Role of Business, 16pp: 339, in PP 1529- 33.

BUSINESS, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Small and Big Business, 1961, 16pp: 99, in PP 1480.BUSINESS, See: PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, in PP 1425.BUSINESS, See: SUPRYNOWICZ, VIN, What’s in a Name? When you still “Own” your Business but the Government Runs it – that’s Fascism, 2pp: POLITICAL NOTES No. 149: 105, in PP 1516.

BUSINESS, See: UST, DANIEL C. to CASTLEMAN, D., Business, 2pp: 174, in PP1466/67. – In defence of business.

BUSINESSMEN, EDUCATION & ECONOMIC FREEDOM, PP 174 – 177 (G. Latamore), 928, 1014

BUSINESSMEN, See: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Kick a Businessman today, 3pp: 471, in PP 1529- 33. – OPITZ, EDMUND A., Business and Ethics, 6pp: 472, in PP 1529- 33.

BUSLER, MICHAEL, It’s About Time, 1978, 2pp, in PP 925.BUSSE, KARL, Besprechung, 1 S., von John Henry Mackay, Der kleine Finger und anderes in Prosa, Berlin, S. Fischer Verlag, 1896, in Blaetter fuer literarische Unterhaltung, 1896, Nr. 18, S. 280/81, in PP 1327.

BUTLER, DAVID & MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Libertarian Lifestyles, 1986, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 32, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

BUTLER, ED, “There Ought to Be a Law”, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.

BUTLER, ERIC D., Communism Can be Defeated without a Third World War, 15pp, 29x, in PP 405-406.

BUTLER, ERIC D., Constitutional Barriers to Serfdom, n.d., but post 1944, 16pp, from the League of Rights, in PP 1197. – Note that I do disapprove of some of their publications, too, while I find some, like this, interesting. – J.Z.

BUTLER, ERIC D., Steps Towards the Monopoly State, An Examination of the Socialist Conspiracy, a selection of articles from the Melbourne ARGUS, Nov. 1947 – June 1949, The Victorian League of Rights, 47pp, 280-295, in PP 1447/49.

BUTLER, ERIC, A Defence of Free Enterprise and the Profit Motive, Victorian League of Rights, 1947, 14pp, in PP 1358: 120. – Alas, all too many people have an all too restricted view of “free enterprise” in everything. E.B.’s economics, too, leaves much to be desired. – J.Z.

BUTLER, F.H., Nationalism and Culture – at Much Variance, 3p, in PP 1401.

BUTLER, MARK, Drugs, n.d. or source, 1p, 60’s, 70’s, in PP 1362/63: 217.

BUTLER, NICHOLAS MURRAY, Mr. Butler’s Comments to Herbert Spender’s “The Great Political Superstition”, 4pp, in PP 1316.

BUTLER, S.T., Concorde and the Destruction of Ozone, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.

BUTLER, SMEDLEY D., War Is A Racket, 1935, from a 1985 reprint, 62pp, including a 4pp foreword of 1984 by Bernard R. DeRemer, in PP 1161. Butler, 1881-1940, was a Major General in the U.S. Marines.

BUTLER, STUART, The Shortcomings of National Industrial Policies, 1p: 70, in PP 1469.

BUTLIN, S.J., Prof., Australia & N.Z. Bank – The Bank of Australasia & the Union Bank of Australia, Ltd., 1828-1951, here only some quotes of free banking interest, 1/2p, in PP 913.

BUY AUSTRALIAN? 423. See Protectionism. Why not proceed, logically, to: “Buy only from yourself!”? – Rather: Buy from anyone you like – but, preferably, with money tokens or clearing certificates issued by yourself, upon your own goods and services! – J.Z.

BYINGTON STICKERS, Anarchist stickers, 1p, from Robert Shea collection, in PP 1279.

BYINGTON, STEPHEN T., Mr. Byington’s Forecast, 1p, on Mutual Bank, Nov. 29, 1937, in PP 1393.

BYINGTON, STEVEN T., Letter, On Behalf of Ideas, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286, sheets 497/98.

BYINGTON, STEVEN T., On Interference with the Environment, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.

BYINGTON, STEVEN T., The Society of the New Order, 11pp, 24x, in PP 376. He had many contributions in Tucker’s LIBERTY. See there and Wendy McElroy’s index of LIBERTY. I am still far away from an integrated index of all that is now in the PEACE PLANS series – and cannot produce it on my own. At least ca. 170 of the entries in this LMP – Peace Plans list are marked as having been previously and separately indexed by authors or publishers. So it is possible to dig for further information – but not easily enough. Freedom knowledge ought to become complete & integrated – and accessible, in affordable and wanted segments. – J.Z.

BYRN, ROBERT M., Compulsory Lifesaving Treatment for the Competent Adult, FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 44, Oct. 1975, 1-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p188. Headed: The Right to Die.

BYRNE, L. DENIS, Centralization – The Policy of Satanism, 1972, 14pp, 29x, in PP 366.

BYRNES, Michael, Progressive schools don’t have to be radical, just different, 1973, 2pp, 36x, in PP 714.

BYRNES, PAUL, Miners See Profit in Having a Job, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297.

BYRON, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Final Struggle.