C.B., Bronson Alcott: Pioneer of Progressive Education, 2pp: 184, in PP 1480.
C.B., Thomas Paine: Revolutionist, 1p: 173, in PP 1480.
C.R.I.F.A., Commission de relations de l’internationale des federations anarchistes, APPORTS SYNTHETISES AUX DEBATS SUR L’ORDRE DE JOUR, Troisieme Congres de l’I.F.A. a Carrara – Italie – due 23 au 27 mars 1978, 48pp., 29x, in PP 896.
CABLE TV PROJECT, Underway, for Libertarian Alternative, 1/2p, in PP 493, sheet 115.
CACKETT, R.A., Friedrich Nietzsche und darueber hinaus, 4 S.: 33, in PP 1523.
CACUCCI, PINO, Zapatistas: An Issue that concerns us all, 8pp: 815, in PP 1484/85. – Cacucci seems to believe, according to his conclusion, that AUTONOMY FOR GOVERNMENTS should be an aim for ANARCHISTS! He stands up for protectionism and against free trade, under new terms. We are living in a time in which the economic illiterates, both of the right and left, are, once again, falling for a “new” protectionism, under fashionable labels but expressing the same old errors and myths, which spare them the labour or really observing and thinking about such subjects. Free trade would do nothing but liberate the individual producer and trader and consumer – but to do so it must also include full monetary and financial freedom. The older Free Traders have mostly overlooked these aspects. Free Trade under monetary and financial despotism is, naturally, a contradiction in terms. From the resulting evils we are not saved by a new protectionism but by an expansion of free trade into laissez faire, laissez passer regarding alternatives monies and financial avenues. Since not all people will suddenly become enlightened enough to be consistent Free Traders, the way to go would be to apply panarchistic principles to this dispute as well, which means: Free trade for all Free Traders and any degree of protectionism or all kinds of protectionists, as long as they can stand it, at their own risk and expense. – The breaking down of economic barriers in North America and in Europe should be welcomed, but not the imposition of any new unified and despotic, monopolistic and coercive currency. See point 5 of the platform in the Communist Manifesto of 1848, where it is advanced as a means to economic disasters, from which communists would profit. It is a tragicomedy to behold: Libertarians coming out for a protectionist etc. like Pauline Hanson and Anarchists for protectionism in their fight against what they term “globalization”. I would have a multinational corporation anytime in place of any national territorial government. From the latter I cannot secede. I cannot refuse contributing to it, etc., A corporation gives me choices: I do not have to join it as a worker, investor, supplier or customer. I can, in most instances, unless governments have given one a monopoly, ignore them altogether. Territorial governments do not give me that choice. Real anarchists should appreciate that difference. – I happened to be near the Mexican border in 1990 and considered getting a visa for a short visit. But then I was told that papers would only be required during office hours – for during the rest of the day and night this border post was not manned! But at the same time I was warned: So much smuggling is going on that one is never quite safe. Often, I was told, there are shots first and questions afterwards. – Is such and other related nonsense to be retained, with the aid of anarchists and libertarians? – We can’t see borders from space. Why should we consider them as necessary, when watching through the tinted glasses of ideologies? – PIOT, J.Z., 20.5.98.
CADE, JACK, Counter Economy, 2pp: 72, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 86. CADRE, The Internal Bulletin of the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus, July/Aug. 80, 4pp, in PP 275: 18.
CADZOW, JANE, Prince and the Pawpaws, At the Court of Prince Kevin, GOOD WEEKEND, Feb. 20, 1993, on the official (by secessionist standards) representative of Hutt River Province, successor to Prince Len Casley, 6pp in PP 1540: 148 – 153. – For me dressing up, fancy names and medals seem to play too large a role, apart from publicity. But these secessionists have also acted more seriously, with their own passports, stamps and note issues, at least playing up to tourist interests and that of collectors. Australian territorialism still suppresses their exterritorial autonomy and so they seek to buy an island and to achieve autonomy territorially. – J.Z., 9.2.1999. – On panarchism.
CAF, Clearing House for Applied Futures, circular letter, 21.4.95, 1p, in PP 1262.
CAFFI, ANDREA, Violence & Sociability, with a 1p introduction by Jack Grancharoff: 15pp: 791, in PP 1484/85.
CAFIERO, CARLO, Anarchismus und Kommunismus, 1907/8, 7 S., 29x, in PP 349.
CAHM, C., Kropotkin & Law, 1980, 13pp, 29x, in PP 509.
CAHN, BERTHOLD, Gegenwart und Zukunft, Gedicht, 1 S., 1907/8, 29x, in PP 349.
CAHN, BERTHOLD, Maifeier und Generalstreik, 3 S., in PP 1322: 14.
CAHN, BERTHOLD, Sozialdemokratie und Anarchismus, 4 S.: 8, in PP 1322.
CAIRNE’S, PROF., CRITICISMS, PP 200.
CAL NEWSLETTER, Conservatory of American Letters, Autumn 1989, 8pp, sample, in PP 915. Another vanity press option. See my correspondence with it, comparing CAL & LMP costs and prices. I think that all those to whom the vanity presses are too expensive, or who were refused by them and other paper tigers, ought to microfiche their works themselves or establish a cooperative manuscript microfilming centre, combined with whatever literary agency and advertising services they want and are willing to pay for. But most of them keep chasing the paper dream like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Availability on demand, in a very affordable medium, like microfiche, could come to satisfy them. But first it has to be seriously considered and then extensively used by them. Between them, the pro-freedom writers, should be able and willing to popularize this medium, at least among serious students of liberty. – J.Z.
CALDICOTT, HELEN, Will it take a nuclear Oklahoma to force disarmament in the U.S.? 1p, 95, in PP 467.
CALDWELL, BRUCE J., A Critique of Friedman’s Instrumentalism, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 47, Oct. 80, 366-374, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1208, headed: Professor Friedman’s Instrumentalism.
CALDWELL, DIANE, Capitalism and Friedman, 6pp, in PP 1249.
CALDWELL, DIANE, Where Milton Friedman Went Wrong, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.
CALDWELL, DON, Case against Case, 2pp, 1987, in PP 1430/31: 211. – Against economic sanctions.
CALDWELL, DON, Enriching the Masses, 3pp from FREEDOM MAGAZINE, in PP 1430/31: 233.
CALDWELL, DON, Minimum wage hurts more than it helps, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 233.
CALDWELL, DON, The meaning of money, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 255. – Just a redefinition of some financial terms. – J.Z.
CALDWELL, JANNICE, Social Defence Doesn’t Require Disarmament, 1p: 114, in PP 1526.
CALDWELL, MARK, Mad Cows and Wild Proteins, from DISCOVER, April 91, 5pp, in PP 1,043. – Meat eaters might wipe themselves out, in a terrible way. Infection seems to be easy and it might creep up on them like AIDS. – J.Z.
CALIFORNIA LIBERTARIAN NEWS, The NL of the LP of CAL., 2/90 (IV/11), 9pp, in PP 275.
CALIFORNIA LIBERTARIAN NEWS, The NL of the LP of Cal., Feb. 90 (IV/11), 9pp, in PP 275.
CALIFORNIA NORML REPORTS, XXXIII/1, Feb. 89, 5pp, in PP 1362/63: 115.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, A Review of the Soviet Economy, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 17.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, A Short Critique of Anarcho-Capitalism, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 236.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, An Introduction to Radicalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 61.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Capitalism & the Negro in America, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 69.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Critique of the Corporation, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 184.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Ethics and Unknown Costs, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 100.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Pollution – Ending Environmental Deterioration, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Pollution. Waste material and its relation to property rights, 6pp, in PP 1445: 4. – Either this version, with another subtitle or another version was previously fiched in PP 290. – I rather double it up, which costs me only 12 c, than check it out. Anyhow, some truths bear repetitions. – J.Z.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Radicalism : The Libertarian Imperative, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Social Determinism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Some Fundamental Elements of Aristotelian Thought, 6pp, in PP 1409/10: 191.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, The Morality of Capitalism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, The Sociological Impact of Inflation, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 114. & 117.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Unions, Tariffs and the British Economy, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 50.
CALLAWAY, HOWARD, What Is Liberation? 1p, in PP 1409/10: 171.
CALLAWAY, MARY ANN, Ayn Rand in Boston, 1p, in PP 1287/89p555.
CALLENDER, WILLARD D., Jr., Reflections of a Fanatic Learner, Memories, Meanings and Musings, 318pp, 1994. Here only a 1p leaflet on it, in PP 1276.
CALOPA, RAMON, The School of Today, 3pp : 482, in PP 1484/85.
CALVIN, JOHN, Sermon on Usury, 1556, 23pp: 378, in PP 1506/07. – Alas, in our supposedly rational, humanistic, atheistic, enlightened age, such religions notions are still popular. Compared with the tiny costs or providing these few pages on microfiche, the charge of $ 1.50 for this small booklet is “usurious”, too. – J.Z., 6.12.97.
CAMBODIA WAR CRIMES TRIAL? 724. The aim must be to prevent rather than to, afterwards, punish war crimes. That ties in with the prevention of wars, nuclear wars, revolutions and civil wars, with justice, freedom and rights, with tolerance for tolerant actions – and with panarchism. The anti-atrocity people are often intolerant themselves and favour the territorial monopolies they ought to criticize and resist. The declaration of rightful war aims, believably and publicly proclaimed by the people themselves, could be a great step in this direction. Rather than leaving these criminals untouchable, for years, with their tyrannical and genocidal actions largely undisturbed and counted as “internal affairs”, and rather than fighting their armed forces with ours, they ought to become our main individual enemy targets, after their first major crimes, in a revival of the tyrannicide tradition. One dagger or one bullet might be enough for our arms race against them. Best wielded by one of their local victims. Once they have murdered millions, it is little consolation to these victims and their relatives, and to the millions that died in wars against their armies, that afterwards they might be prosecuted and executed. One death can then not make up for the murder of millions. But one death can, in combination with some additional steps, prevent the murder of millions. As it is now, the threat of a war crimes trial AFTER millions of us are fighting millions of their conscripts, means only that they will continue to fight on, with desperation, rather than surrendering or fleeing. Convene, in another country, a public trial after their first criminal act, condemn them to death, by outlawry, to be executed by anyone with the opportunity to do so. Put a large price on their head – and double it, as Thomas Moore suggested, if they can be captured alive, and brought to and international court within a few weeks, instead of only after being defeated in a prolonged war, – and recognize governments in exile against them. For these and other related steps – see e.g. PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z.
CAMBODIA, See: LUCE, PHILLIP ABBOTT, A Commentary on Cambodia, 4pp: 306, in PP 1457/62.
CAMBRIDGE COMMITTEE FOR RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH, INC., 1p letter on animal rights, in PP 821.
CAMBRIDGE PEACE AIMS GROUP, Charter of the Rights and Duties of Modern Man, 5 welfare “rights”, with a list of “duties”, 48x, in PP 589/590. Some people give both, the concepts of rights and of duties, a bad name. – J.Z.
CAMERON, JIM, The Right not to Vote, 1979, 1p, 29x, in PP 384.
CAMIC, CHARLES, Utilitarianism Revisited, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 85, Nov. 79, 516-550, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p983, headed: A Sociological History of Utilitarianism.
CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE MODEL WEST GERMANY, Bochum, The Atomic State and the People who Have to Live in it, No. 7, 1979, 43pp, from 1981 Montreal reprint, in PP 1140.
CAMPAIGN FOR OPENNESS IN MEDICINE, What Doctors Don’t Tell You, petition, 1p , in PP 1334/35: 238.
CAMPAIGN FUNDING, FEDERAL, See: EVERS, BILL, Contra Federal Campaign Funding, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 128. – Fancy being taxed so that they can spend much to agitate against us! – J.Z.
CAMPAIGNING, 3 handbooks for activists, 46, 55 & 34pp, in PP 967. – Activism to win over the powerful or the masses is not really activism in my books. Compare alternative institutions, parallel institutions, individual secessionsim, on panarchy, tyrannicide, militia, experimental freedom, political activism, referendum. – J.Z.
CAMPBELL DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, M.D., Who Murdered Africa? (via AIDS), 4pp, in PP 811. – In some African countries 1/3rd of the population is now infected, creating a huge breeding ground for mutations of the disease which will be much more infective. – J.Z.
CAMPBELL ENQUIRY INTO THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM, My 4pp, 1979 submission, in 145/46. The other public submissions are available, too, on 36 microfiche – but not from LMP.( C.I.C., CONGRESS INFORMATION CENTRE, A Division of Filmfiche Corporation. There is no longer a Sydney address. Defunct? If so, I do not know its heir. Subject listing in 80/82 & 145/46. ) Some of these public submissions, like my own, were of some monetary freedom interest. I doubt that any of the secretive ones were. The best “submissions” would result from experimental freedom in this sphere, i.e. from monetary and financial freedom. That is unlikely to be achieved via submissions to governmental commissions. There were, probably, hundreds such commissions so far. I do not know of any that had any considerable positive results. A few deregulations resulted from this enquiry but monetary and financial despotism remained essentially intact, in Australia, too. The only ones one should have to convince, should be one’s business partners. – J.Z.
CAMPBELL, DONALD T., Comment on “The Natural Selection Model of Conceptual Evolution”, PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 44, 1977, 502-507, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p275, headed: Fumbling Toward Truth.
CAMPBELL, JOHN W., Rat Race, ANALOG, May 70 editorial, 7pp, on slums, housing and people, in PP 274: 125.
CAMPBELL, MIKE, Americans and Themselves and their Brothers and Relatives, an article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176.
CAMPBELL, ROB, An Open and Shut Case, 1p, on shopping hours, in PP 1336-39: 382.
CAMPBELL, T.D. & MCKAY, A.J.M., Antenatal Injury and the Rights of the Foetus, PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY, Scotland, 28, January 1978, 17-30, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p208. Headed: Foetal Rights.
CAMPBELL, T.D. & ROSS, I.S., The Utilitarianism of Adam Smith’s Policy Advice, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 42, Jan/Mar. 81, 73-92, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1202, headed: Adam Smith: Economic Utilitarian.
CAMPBELL, T.D., Adam Smith and Natural Liberty, POLITICAL STUDIES, UK, 25, 1977, 523-534, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p401, headed: Smith and Utilitarian Economic Freedom.
CAMPOURSY, CATHERINE, E. Armand = Sexual Liberationist, 3pp: 216, reprinted from Abba Gordin’s journal THE CLARION, Feb. 1933, tr. from French by J. Rudome, in PP 501. – Extract only from an essay.
CAMPUS CRISIS: MORGAN, JOSEPH P., The Campus Crisis, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 205.
CAMUS, A., Betrachtungen zur Todesstrafe, 6 S.: 26. Aus: “Fragen der Zeit, Rowohlt, 1960, in PP 1523.
CAMUS, ALBERT, El Artista Preso, 3pp: 63, in PP 1494.CAN, Campaign Against Nuclearism, from THE FOURTH WORLD, 1p leaflet, in PP 1351.CANADA, PP 369.CANADA, See: MCDONALD, KENNETH, Canada Damaged by Faulty Theories, 6pp: 338, in PP 1529- 33.
CANADA, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Conflict in Canada, 9pp: 305, in PP 1529- 33.
CANADIAN ALLIANCE TO LIMIT TAXES, Taxpayers’ Charter, 1p, in PP 1271.CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION, Enquiry into Co-Operation, 1940, 96pp, in PP 1408: 92.
CANADIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Economics, Freedom & You, 1964? 32pp, in PP 1144.
CANADIAN CRYONICS NEWS, Nos. 1-14, January 1988 – July 1991, edited by Doug Quinn, 203pp, in PP 982. – Will be continued in this series.
CANADIAN CRYONICS NEWS, Toronto, published quarterly by the Cryonics Society of Canada, editors: Ben Best & Douglas Quinn, Autumn 1991 (Oct.): No. 15, to Summer 1995 (Aug.): No 29, 418pp, in PP 1292. – PLEASE NOTE: I am still willing to microfiche, at my expense, almost any number of life extension papers. But so far they have not come flooding in. If all were thus made permanently and cheaply accessible, upon demand, through me and others, life extension research could be greatly promoted, or so I do believe. Extend the life of your life extension thoughts – on microfiche! – J.Z., Dec. 95.
CANADIAN MONETARY SYSTEM, PP 428ff:S.64, 67, 237, 904, 1007(?) or: 1107(?), 1111;
CANADIAN PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Review of the Institute, in GREEN REVOLUTION, by RESTIVO, VALERIE, 4pp: 416. 2pp: 463, in PP 1386/91.
CANBERRA PEACEMAKERS, Social Defence, a leaflet, 8pp, with 4pp of comments by John Zube, 29x, in PP 423.
CANBERRA, DISMANTLING OF, PP 723.
CANCER CURES, UNORTHODOX, PP 725, 1028/29.
CANCER, See: CULBERT, MICHAEL L., Vitamin B-17: Forbidden Weapon against Cancer, 1p review by SOLVEIG EGGERZ, in PP 1367/68: 110.
CANCER, See: DAYTON, LEIGH, Ray of Hope for Skin Cancer Cure, 96, 1p, in PP 1418: 125. On a genetically engineered vaccine against melanoma. – I have my doubts about genetic decision-making being exclusively in the hands of governments, large corporations or scientists. All their offers should amount to no more than more free choices for self-responsible individuals. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
CANCER, See: HOLAHAN, JAMES, A Rarotonga Doctor’s Fight for Cancer Victims, 5pp: 32, in PP 1506/07. On Vladimil Milan Brych.
CANCER, See: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, Enlisting Tree Sausage in the War on Cancer, 8/95, short clipping: 105, in PP 1489. – If you leave it merely to the “experts” and conventional procedures then cancer might continue to plague us for further decades. Laymen could and should collect and publish all alternative cancer treatment avenues, finance and reward research in them and gain the freedom to offer themselves for experiments, at least in terminal cases. There should not be any monopolies or “permits” for treatments. – Some of the most interesting cures I found in: JONATHAN EISEN, Editor, Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries, Auckland, 1994, 418pp, ISBN No.0.9583334-7-5. – J.Z.
CANDIDATES, QUESTIONAIRE FOR CANDIDATES TO POLITICAL OFFICE, PP 679.
CANNED FOODS, PP 409.
CANNING, J.P., The Corporation in the Political Thought of the Italian Jurists of the 13th- and 14th-Centuries, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, Spring 80, 9-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1491, headed: Corporations, the People, and Italian Jurists.
CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution & Fantasy, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1381.
CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution & the Erotic Minorities, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 641.
CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 553.
CANNON, JOSEPH G., What Sexual Revolution? 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 839.
CANNON, WALTER BRADFORD, Die Rolle der Geistesblitze, 3 S. Auszuege aus seinem Buch: Der Weg eines Forschers, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 181. – Wie kann man die meisten der einfallsreichen Forscher veranlassen, ihre Geistesblitze oder Intuitionen irgendwie festzuhalten und an eine gemeinsame Zentrale einzusenden? Viele davon fallen einfach “unter den Tisch” und werden vergessen, obwohl sie, nach genuegender Untersuchung und Entwicklung, oft die Probleme vieler Menschen loesen koennten. Alle Ideen, auch die fehlerhaften, verlangen respektvolle Behandlung: genuegende Widerlegung, sonst werden sie immer wiederholt und fuehren zu vielen kostspieligen Fehlern. Bis jetzt nehmen wir die Virus-Infektionen in unseren elektronischen Komputern noch ernster als die Infektionen unserer Gehirne mit falschen Ideen, waehrend viele der guten “software” in ihnen vernachlaessigt wird. – Auch die schoepferischen Personen nehmen ihre Ideenkinder oft nicht ernst genug um sie wenigstens schriftlich oder auf Tonband festzulegen und ihre Ideen Notizen, soweit sie sie nicht selbst verwenden koennen, dann regelmaessig eine Vermittlungsstelle, oder freien Markt, wie ein Ideen Archiv, weiterzuleiten. Nur so koennte die Naturkraft vieler Ideen voll ausgenuetzt werden. In dieser Hinsicht haben wir das Informationszeitalter immer noch nicht erreicht. – J.Z., 28.9.97.
CANOVAN, MARGARET, The Contradictions of Hannah Arendt’s Political Though, POLITICAL THEORY 6, Feb. 78, 5-26, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p283, headed: Democracy vs. Elitism. Compare my letter to her. – J.Z.
CANTINE, HOLLEY, Double, Double, Toil and Trouble, ca. 1961, a fiction fantasy story of the publisher of RETORT, 13pp, with a 2pp introduction: An Epilogue in Fiction, probably by Fred Woodworth, 29x, in PP 895.
CANTINE, HOLLEY, The Individualists, 2pp, 24x, in PP 55.
CANTZEN, ROLF, Das Bier, die Liebe und die Anarchie. Episoden aus dem Leben Jaroslav Haseks – Autor des “Braven Soldaten Schwejk”, 92, 11p. in PP 1408: 70.
CANTZEN, ROLF, Die Schulpflicht und die Todesstrafe, ein Dialog, 12 S., Berlin, n.d., in PP 1328: 107.
CANUTE, KING, See: WILLIAM, JOHN K., The Wisdom of King Canute, 16pp: 487, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPALDI, NICHOLAS, The Art of Deception, 1p. review by TIBOR MACHAN, in PP 1367/68: 40.CAPELLANUS, R.C., Die Homosexualitaet im katholischen Klerus, 5 S., in PP 1356: 40.
CAPIE, FORREST, Conditions in which very Rapid Inflation Has Appeared, 1986, 54pp, with a short note by me, in PP 814. Preconditions like legal tender and the central bank’s issue monopoly are mostly ignored. – J.Z.
CAPITAL FORMATION & UNEMPLOYMENT, PP 393.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, PP 243, Champlin in PP 1028/29.
CAPITAL TAXES, PP 723.
CAPITAL vs. LABOUR? PP 373/75.
CAPITAL, PP 547, 617.
CAPITAL, THE POWER & BENEFICENCE OF CAPITAL, PP 242, 1074.
CAPITALISM & CONSERVATISM, See: NOVAK, MICHAEL, A Conservative Concept of Capitalism, M.N. interviewed by Lindsay Perigo, 3pp, in PP 1336/39: 354. Also: PP 1004.
CAPITALISM & CULTURE, PP 1012.
CAPITALISM & DEMOCRACY, PP 1052-61 (BOWLES/GINTIS)
CAPITALISM & ENVIRONMENT, See: DOLAN, EDWIN G., Dr., Capitalism & the Environment, 3pp: 389, in PP 1457/62.
CAPITALISM & FREEDOM, PP 1011.
CAPITALISM & IMPERIALISM: ERNSBERGER, DON, Capitalism & Imperialism, 1p, incomplete, in PP 1409/10: 71.
CAPITALISM & LAWYERS, PP 933.
CAPITALISM & MORALITY, PP 520, 935, 983. – See: HARRIS, RALPH, The Morality of Capitalism, 13pp, 38, in PP 1450.
CAPITALISM & NEGROES: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Capitalism & the Negroe in America, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 69.
CAPITALISM & PEACE, PP 3.
CAPITALISM & PRISONS, PP 13, 15. See Prisons, Private.
CAPITALISM & RELIGION, PP 1012.
CAPITALISM & SOCIAL JUSTICE, See: KELLEY, DAVID, Capitalism and Social Justice, 5pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 39.
CAPITALISM & WAR, PP 290 (LIBERTARIAN VIEW).
CAPITALISM & WAR, PP 988 (Com. Anarchist view). See e.g. Free Trade, for the opposite view.
CAPITALISM, DISCOVERY & DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, PP 1027
CAPITALISM, NATURAL VS. SPURIOUS CAPITALISM, PP 408.
CAPITALISM, PP 77/78, 542, 405/6, 418/19 (p230 & 234), 490, 698, 923, 928, 962, 1027, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 45, LA Sociol. Notes 7, LA Study Guide 2, review by Radnitzky), 1110, 1132.
CAPITALISM, See: SHELDON, KENNETH, CAPITALISM, Way of Freedom, 1952, 1957, Civic Education Center, Tufts University, Meford, Mass, No. 9, in Living Democracy Series, 102pp, in PP 1,011.
CAPITALISM, See: BARTLETT, BRUCE, Macaulay: Defender of Capitalism, 4pp: 203, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Dog-Eat-Dog Capitalism, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 339. CAPITALISM, See: 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.
CAPITALISM, See: BUCK, HART, The Essence of Capitalism, 6pp, in PP 1418: 13.CAPITALISM, See: CHAPMAN, JOHN L., Capitalism & Socialism, 13pp: 600, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: COMPETITION, MONOPOLIES, LABOUR, WAGES, WEALTH, RICHES, PROTECTIONISM, REGULATIONS, FREE MARKET, etc.
CAPITALISM, See: CRUM, RICHARD H. Capitalism and Human Nature, 5pp: 519, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: DONWAY, ROGER, Capitalism and the Wages of Virtue, 5pp: 180, in PP 1529- 33. – See: KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The Ugly Market: Why Capitalism Is Hated, Feared and Despised, 13pp:181, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: FABER, MARC, The Economic Rise of Guangdong Province – A Capitalist Rhapsody, 4pp: 51, in PP 1515.
CAPITALISM, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Capitalism – An Alternative? 3pp: 759, in PP 1484/85. – At least this question is now sometimes asked, although still only rarely answered properly. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
CAPITALISM, See: GRESHAM, PERRY E., THINK TWICE – Before You Disparage Capitalism, FEE, n.d., 1973 or after, 15pp, in PP 962.
CAPITALISM, See: MANIS, ROD, The Factory Exploitation Myth, 3pp: 250, in PP 1457/62.
CAPITALISM, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Elite under Capitalism, 1962, 8pp: 17, in PP 1480.
CAPITALISM, See: PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, in PP 1425.
CAPITALISM, See: REGNERY, FREDERICH & BLOCK, WALTER, Capitalism: Friend or Foe? 2pp from CHALCEDON REPORT, Sep. 97: 195, in PP 1470.
CAPITALISM, See: REISMAN, GEORGE, Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics, 1996, abstract only, 1998, 1p, giving chapters, in PP 1537: 207. – “The author … develops a defence of capitalism as an non-religious moral philosophy in the genre of Ayn Rand.”
CAPITALISM, See: RICHMAN, SHELDON, Capitalism, Socialism, or a “Third Way”? 1p, from CHALCEDON REPORT, Nov. 97: 201, in PP 1470.
CAPITALISM, See: ROSS, ERNEST G., Capitalism vs. Comte, 7pp: 555,in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: RUKEYSER, MERRYLE STANLEY, The Creative Thrust of Capitalism, 6pp: 133, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: SCHWARTZ, BARRY J., Can Capitalism Guarantee Right Answers? 4pp: 475, in PP 1529- 33.
CAPITALISM, See: SELDON, ARTHUR, flyer only, in 1052-61. CAPITALISM, See: WALTER, DAVE, War and Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 27.
CAPITALISM, See: WALTER, DAVID K. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., War and Peace, Collectivism vs. Capitalism, SIL position paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 296.
CAPITALISM, See: WINDER, GEORGE, After Capitalism, What? 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 307.
CAPITALISM, TOTALITARIANISM & LIBERTARIAN SOCIALISM, PP 542.
CAPITALISM, UNDER THE TEST OF ETHICS, PP 864.
CAPITALISM, WAY OF FREEDOM, PP 1011.
CAPITALIST PARTY, PP 1016
CAPITALIST WORKER, 8pp, sample copy, Journal of the Young Monday Club, London, n.d., 29x, in PP 699, Feb. 1984 sample copy, 4pp, 29x in PP 698.
CAPITALIST WORKER, 8pp, sample copy, Journal of the Young Monday Club, London, n.d., 29x, in PP 699, Feb. 1984 sample copy, 4pp, 29x in PP 698.
CAPITALIST, EVERY MAN A CAPITALIST, PP 8, 64/65.
CAPITOL COMMENT, No. 67, Oct. 18, 1990, by Citizens for a Sound Economy : Clean Air Bill May Devastate an Already Weak Economy, by Logomasini, Angela, 2pp, in PP 1105.
CAPITULATIONS FOR ALL DISSATISFIED MINORITIES, PP 7. See Consular Jurisdiction, Exterritorial Organization, Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy, Personal Law.
CAPITULATIONS OF 1675, THE. Reproduced from: “Man, State, & Society in East European History, ed. by Stephen FISCHER-GALATI, Praeger Publishers, N.Y., Washington, London, 1970, 6pp, in PP 1539: 96.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Anarchist Theory FAQ or Instead of a FAQ, by a Man too Busy to Write one, version 5.2, 33pp, in PP 1541/42. – This one is by an individualist and free marketeer. Thus it raised a hue and cry among the communist and socialist anarchists who believe that they have refuted him. I don’t agree. I like what I have seen of his output, so far, and have reproduced it here, assuming his consent, since he has already offered it free of charge to ca. 120 million Internet users. – J.Z.
CAPLAN, BRYAN to ROD, on Christians, Sept. 2, 1993, 10pp , in PP 1541/42: 225
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Freedom and Happiness, 1995, 5pp, in PP 1541/42: 246.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Letter Against the Christians, to Steve Blatt, May 25, 1993, 9pp, in PP 1541/42: 217.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Otto Gierke’s Political Theories of the Middle Ages, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 214.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Thomas Sowell’s A Conflict of Visions: A Critical Essay, n.d., 7pp, in PP 1541/42: 205.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Waller on Anarchism and Justice, 2. Nov. 93, 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 244.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, A Platonic Defense of Liberal Individualism, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 40, 2pp: 59, in PP 1487.CAPLAN, BRYAN, A Practical Proposal for Privatizing the Highways – and other “Natural Monopolies”, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 72, 2pp: 13, in PP 1487.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Ayn Rand in Three Acts: CHRIS SCIABARRA’S Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 43, 2pp: 65, in PP 1487.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Distributive Justice in a Pure Service Economy: How the Truth of Libertarianism Follows from the Wrongness of Slavery, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 42, 2pp: 63, in PP 1487.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Free the Law and the Rule of Law, 1991, 14pp, in PP 1541/42: 121.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Hobbes’ Foundations for Totalitarianism, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 145.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, In Reply to Prof. Salerno, on free migration, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 272.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Locke, Consent and the Rights of Children, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 45, 2pp: 67, in PP 1487.CAPLAN, BRYAN, Locke, Consent, and the Rights of Children, 1993, 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 250.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Morality of Foreign Policy, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 267.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Museum of Communism FAQ, version 1.2, 30pp , in PP 1541/42: 149.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, On Growth of the State, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 212.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, On Rothbard’s all too early death, 1p , in PP 1541/42: 148.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Purges and Schisms, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 268.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Rousseau and Religion, n.d., 2pp , in PP 1541/42: 280.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Self-Reliance and Creative Destruction, 1996. 4pp, in PP 1541/42: 274.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Some Arguments for the Existence of Free Will and some Objections Answered, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 46, 4pp: 69, in PP 1487.CAPLAN, BRYAN, Tax Day Reflections, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 278.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Anarcho-Statists of Spain: An Historical, Economic and Philosophical Analysis of Spanish Anarchism, n.d., 54pp, in PP 1541/42. – A long overdue correction . – J.Z.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Is-Ought Problem: What Government Does Is Wrong, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 41, 2pp: 61, in PP 1487.
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.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Menshevik’s Critiqiue of Bolshevism and the Bolshevic State, n.d., 19pp, in PP 1541/42: 179. – He demonstrates that M. & B. were all too much alike. I read somewhere that Trotzky was prepared to sacrifice 75% of the population to make his kind of revolution succeed. – J.Z.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Preponderance of the Evidence: Reflections on Just Criminal Procedures, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 286.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Quotable Schumpeter, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 282.
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Thomas Sowell’s Vision of Ideological Conflict, Fall 94, 8pp, in PP 1541/42: 198
CAPLAN, BRYAN, Totalitarianism: An Essay in the Philosophy of History, 1994, 1pp, in PP 1541/42: 134.
CAPLAN, CIL, What’s Wrong with Right – Wing Libertarianism? 2pp, in PP 1158.
CAPLAN, DAVID I., Restoring the Balance: The Second Amendment Revisited, FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL 5, 1976-77, 30-52, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p187. Headed: An Armed Militia.
CAPLAN, DAVID I., Restoring the Balance: the Second Amendment Revisited, 1976, 23pp, in PP 1141.
CAPON, ELLIOTT, The Roots of Libertarianism, I-III, 3pp: 1, IV, 1p: 6; V, 1p : 12; VI, 1p: 18; VII, 1p: 24; in PP 1311.
CAPON, ELLIOTT, The Trouble With Anarchy, I, 1p: 37; II, 1p, in PP 1311: 44; III, 1p: 52; IV, 1p: 58; V, 1p: 64; VI, 1p: 70.
CAPON, ELLIOTT, The Unephemeral Rathole, 1p review of: LAMBROS, DONALD, The Federal Rathole, in PP 1311: 108.
CAPTIVE NATIONS IN CHINA, PP 766.
CAPTIVE NATIONS WEEK COMMITTEE, Strathfield, Truth about Captive Nations, a 30pp survey, n.d., 29x, in PP 767.
CAPTIVE NATIONS WEEK, 1986, Forum on Mainland China Current Situation, 32pp, 29x, in PP 766.
CAR AND DRIVER MAGAZINE, To Russia with Saab. A tale of proles, Pepsis and paranoia. Mostly paranoia, 1979, 6pp: 224, in PP 1506/07.
CAR INDUSTRY, PP 1104, 1112.
CAR OWNERS ASSOCIATION, The protection racket and the car industry, 1p, 29x, in PP 422 & 426.
CAR PRICES, PP 723, 422 & 426, 931,
CAR SAFETY REGULATIONS, PP 1103.
CAR THEFTS, COMPUTERIZED RECOVERY METHOD, PP 679. – How many seconds would have to pass, under present technology, from the moment that a stolen car is scanned, then computer recognized as such by an electronic camera, at an intersection, before a police car could be put on its trail? If I ran a car insurance, I would insure only those valuable cars that would have a well hidden tracking unit installed, activated only by a broadcast signal, once this car is reported stolen. If street usage were automatically charged for, via scanning, stolen cars could also be traced much easier. – By now even some satellite cameras are supposedly able to read car registration plates. – J.Z.
CARARRE, 1968 ANARCHIST CONGRESS, See: CONGRES DE CARARRE 1968, 1. Ce Que Pensent Les Anarchistes Sur La Revolution Et L’Organisation De l’Economie Dans La Societe Future. 2. Anarchisme Et Marxisme – Leninisme, 24pp: 69, in PP 1501. – Isn’t it about time to make the full records accessible, in an affordable format, of all anarchist conferences, lectures and seminars, to the extent that they were recorded at all, published or unpublished, and are still in existence somewhere? – J.Z.
CARBINES, MICHAEL, Some Poems & letters, with replies by John Zube, 13pp, in PP 1349: 106.
CARBO, PROUDHON, El equilibria del terror, 1p: 87, in PP 1494. – It is no more stable than the “balance of power”. – JZ.
CARBONNEAU, THOMAS E., Balzacian Legality: A Proposal for Natural Law Juridical Standards of Legitimacy, LOYOLA LAW REVIEW 27, no. 1, 1981, 1-39, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1862, headed: Balzac on Natural Law vs. Corrupt Law.
CARBURETTOR, Build Your Own High Mileage Super Carb, 6pp from Carb Research Centre, in PP 931.
CARCINOGEN INFORMATION PROGRAM. 1p flyer on this network, in PP 974. If input were complete, unconventional cures for most types of cancer could probably be pointed out. E.g. see under WHAT NOW. Those concerned about this threat should also set up a micrographic information service on it and proposed cures. J.Z.
CARDELL, ROBERT, Networking, A New Perspective on the Computer Revolution, 2pp, with The Anarchist’s Guide to the Internet, part 1, in PP 1191.
CARDEN, ALEXANDER G., Sir, Toleration and Anarchy, Fall 1978, 5pp, 29x, in PP 243.
CARDIFF, CHRIS, Private Education Would Improve the Lot of the Poor, 1p, 249, in PP 1463/64.
CARDINALLI, SAL J., Lawful Money & the Federal Reserve, 2pp, in PP 1247. In one sense, lawful money is really lawless money and, in another sense, lawless money is really lawful money. – J.Z.
CAREY, GEORGE W., Majority Tyranny and the Extended Republic Theory of James Madison, MODERN AGE 20, Winter 1976, 40-53, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p284, headed : Majority Tyranny.
CAREY, GEORGE W., The Vessel, the Deed and the Idea: Anarchism in Paterson, 1895-1908, 1980, 29x, in PP 607.
CAREY, HENRY C., Failure of Revenue Tariff and other Subjects, a letter to President Grant, 11pp, 29x, in PP 602.
CAREY, HENRY C., The Credit System in France, Great Britain and the United States, 1838, 1974, 130pp, Free Banking Series, 24x, in PP 538.
CARL MENGER SOCIETY, see MENGER SOCIETY.
CARLAN, DANIEL, Liberarianism & the Arab-Irael Conflict, 1p, in PP 276 : 12.
CARLIN, T.J., Ibsen’s Last Blow at Moralism (John Gabriel Borkman ), 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 478.
CARLISLE, JOHN G., Free Trade, 7pp, 29x, in PP 602.
CARLSON, A.J., Science and the Supernatural, 1963, 29x, in PP 616.
CARLSON, ALLAN, The Child Savers Ride again, 9pp, in PP 1373/75: 158-166.
CARLSON, OLIVER, A Slanted Guide to Library Selections, 3pp, in PP 1411/12 : 239. – On how a little old lady, Miss Helen E. Hains, a librarian’s librarian, with her guides, largely determined which titles go into public libraries! – Most librarians are government “educated”. Need on say more? Micrographically or on text only CD-ROMs, book lovers could have easy and affordable access to all books – and could provide it for themselves, making themselves independent from professional librarians, publishers and book traders, their prejudices and book sale speculations. – Alas, most book lovers are still not enlightened enough for that. – J.Z.
CARLSON, OLIVER, Hollywood’s Premature Americans, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 9.
CARLYLE, RICHARD, The Earth Belongs to the Living, 1936, 57pp, in PP 1309: 106-116. – Another land reform booklet. It happens so often that already the title contains an absurdity. Or isn’t it obvious that the earth belongs also to the living under the private ownership of land, which this author attacks? Only there is then no equality in the size of landed property. Nor does everyone bother to acquire and manage land as a resource, when he gets the chance. See the numerous sales offers by real estate agents. Agriculturists are down to 2 % of the population in some instances and still they do over-supply us with food, if we do not restrain our appetites or put up with agricultural subsidies. Perhaps the author meant to say: “… to ALL the living. But then, how soon, would most sell their shares, if they were free to do so? Even moving one’s lawn can become too much of a chore or expense. I did not notice any sign of tolerance in this land reformer towards other land reform systems that are realized only by volunteers and at their expense. But then this is a common feature among most land reformers. I do appreciate the exceptions. – J.Z.
CARLYLE, S., & BOOL, HENRY, For Liberty (Liberty Luminants), An Anthology of Revolt, indexed, 104pp, 29x, in PP 539.
CARMEN, ANDREA & KUMAR, RAM: Prout: A Social Philosophy for a Progressive Human Society, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Georgist)
CARNAGHAN, ROBERT, A first compilation only of Monetary Freedom References, May 1995, 8pp, in PP 494.
CARNAGHAN, ROBERT, Banking in a Free Economy, in INNOVATOR, Jan. 67, 1p, in PP 793.
CARNAGHAN, ROBERT, Private vs. Government. Money Systems, 1p, in PP 1386/91 : 1025.
CARNAGHAN, ROBERT, The Function of Money and Credit, 1p, n.d., in PP 913. See, also, his FREEDOM REVIEW.
CARNEGIE, Andrew, Gospel of Wealth, The, 1906, 48x, in PP 626.
CARNEGIE, DALE, Machen Sie es, wie es Kino und Radio machen! 3 S., Werbung, Werbepsychologie, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 89. – Kleine Vereine haben die Werbung fuer ihre Veranstaltungen immer noch nicht zusammen rationalisiert, durch einen gemeinsamen Voranzeiger in jeder groesseren Stadt. Ein Markt fuer diese erzieherischen Angebote fehlt meist noch – aber Marktanhaenger vernachlaessigen diesen Markt und den fuer ihre und andere Ideen immer noch, statt solche Maerkte zu schaffen, auch fuer sich und ihre Ideen. – J.Z., 28.9.97.
CARNEGIE, DALE, Neue Faustregeln, von H-r zusammengestellt, 1 S., Lebenskunst, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 146.
CARNEGIE, DALE, Wie man die Frauen nimmt, 2 S. aus: Wie man Freunde gewinnt, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-32: 33. Lebenskunst, Menschenbehandlung. – Sind sie nur zum “nehmen” da? – J.Z.
CARNEIRO, ROBERT L., A Theory of the Origin of the State, 1970, 21pp, IHS, in PP 1115.
CARNOGURSKY, JAN, On Being a Christian in Slovakia, 1992, 2pp, LA Religious Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
CAROL, ART, Warning : Art Carol Has Determined that Government Regulation Is Dangerous to Your Health, 1972, 2pp, in PP 1,027.
CAROL, AVEDON, Censorship Won’t Reduce Crime: Submission by Feminists Against Censorship to the Home Affairs Inquiry into Computer Pornography, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.
CAROL, AVEDON, Fake Science and Pornography, 93, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 45.
CAROL, AVEDON, How British Broadcasters Are Promoting the Unjustified Censorship of Pornography : An Open Letter, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.
CAROL, AVEDON, The Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill 1994 Is Undemocratic, Unjustifiable and Dangerous, submission by Feminists Against Censorship to the Commons…, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.
CAROTHERS, NEIL, Fractional Money, a history of the small coins and fractional paper currency of the United States, 1916, 1930, 1967, 386pp, indexed, in PP 784-785. Of interest to free banking advocates through its reports on currency famines and emergency money issues.
CARPENTER, DONALD H., More Rebuttal to “The Trouble with Anarchy”, 1p: 83. – CHAPMAN, GEORGE, Still More Rebuttal to “The Trouble with Anarchy”, 1/2p:93. – Sorry, I do not have any other refutation parts as yet. – J.Z.
CARPENTER, DONALD H., More Rebuttal to “The Trouble with Anarchy”, 1p, in PP 1311: 83. – Still More Rebuttal to “The Trouble with Anarchy”, 1/2p, in PP 1311: 93.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, Civilization, its cause and cure, 1889, 1921, 281pp, in PP 1399: 1.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, Civilization: Its Cause and Cure and other essays by Edward Carpenter. Condensed, with a Foreword, by Miriam Allen deFord, 1945, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, Digest 34. Other essays: a) Defense of Criminals: A Criticism of Morality, and b) Custom. In PP 1218. If YOU find his writings really worthwhile for inclusion in this series then YOU sponsor their inclusion. I have a few of his titles but gave them so far no priority. – J.Z.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, Non-Governmental Society, 1911, 14pp, extract only from his 1911 book: Prisons, Police and Punishment, from its chapter “Non-governmental Society”, 29x, in PP 706.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, See: CROSBY, ERNEST, Edward Carpenter: Poet and Prophet, 2nd. ed., London, 1905, 52pp, in PP 1,004. See: RAMUS, PIERRE, Edward Carpenter, ein Saenger der Freiheit und des Volkes. Eine Studie seines Lebens und seiner Werke, Bruessel, 1910, 21 S., in PP 1092.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, See: LLORENS, IGNACIO de, Edward Carpenter Socialista Romantico, 1p: 11, in PP 1494.
CARPENTER, EDWARD, Weil ewig Sternenblitze, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S, 29x, in PP 349.
CARPENTER, HELEN, Avoidable Pitfalls with Work Groups, 6pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
CARPENTER, TED GALEN & R.CH. ROUSSE, Andean strategy risks US lives and more, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. Against the extension of the anti-drug war & the artificial premium on drugs. J.Z.
CARPENTER, TED GALEN, Let’s Get all Troops out of Europe, 1989, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
CARRAIG BOOKS: Books of Opposition, 31pp, 24x, in PP 50-54. There are so many titles one almost never sees in most bookshops or libraries! – J.Z.
CARRELL, ALEXIS, Der Gemuetzustand (und sein Einfluss auf das Koerperbefinden), 1 S. aus: Der Mensch, das Unbekannte Wesen, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 58.
CARROLL, CHARLES HOLT, note only, on Money Follows Commerce, in THE FREEMAN, with a critical note by John Zube, 1p, in PP 906.
CARROLL, JOHN, Automobile Culture and Citizenship, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p380.
CARROLL, VINCENT, Education Gets a Grade of F, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1909.
CARROLL, WARREN H., The World Stalemate, 1966, 5pp, in PP 1270.
carrot, 4pp, in PP 1377: 30.
CARRUTHERS, JEFF, Work Co-operatives in N.S.W., 3pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
CARS, 418-419:p380, 1103, 1105. A recent “Beyond 2000” segment reported on a new additional oil filter, that could make your sump oil last, without oil change, for over 300,000 km, while saving your motor. Only the filter, out of fine spongy paper, more densely rolled than a toilet roll, would have to be changed frequently. – J.Z.
CARSON, C.B., The War on the Poor, 1p review by Dave Schneider & Shelly Goldstein, in PP 27: 14.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., A Law for Governments, 9pp: 116, in PP 1529-33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., A Question of Being Productive, 8pp: 331, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Economy in Government, Jeffersonian Style, 11 pp: 272, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Evading the Issue, 5pp: 508, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., George Washington on Liberty and Order, 9pp: 364, in PP 1529- 33. – Read P. Webster on how “honest” Georg W. was! Nor did he know how to finance a libertarian revolution or defence properly. But then even most of today’s libertarians do not bother to learn about this. – J.Z.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Judicial Monopoly over the Constitution: Jefferson’s View, 11pp: 439, in PP 1529- 33. – Free competition is needed between various juridical and law systems. We need consumer sovereignty and freedom of contract and choice, here, too, except for the aggressive or fraudulent people with victims.- J.Z., 14.11.98.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Primitivism: The Thrust of Government Intervention, 11pp: 399, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Problem or Opportunity? 7pp: 103, in PP1529- 33. – On garbage disposal. See also page 10 on sheet 111,in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Reformer Watching, 7pp: 252, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Review, 2pp, of: HYNEMAN, CHARLES S. & LUTZ,DONALD S., American Political Writing during the Founding Era,1760-1805: 502, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Revolutions & Immigration, 11pp, in PP 1143.CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Age of Technicality, 11pp: 219, in PP1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Bait & the Hook, 9pp 39, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Bankruptcy of “Liberalism”, 8pp: 69, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Collectivist Fallacy, 1984, 8pp: 573, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Dilemmas of Public Education, 11pp: 414, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Flight from Reality, 6pp review, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 123, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Meaning of Federalism, 12pp: 349, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Need for Political Theory, 12pp: 494, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Publication of The Wealth of Nations, 11pp: 238, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Relics of Intervention: 5. New Deal Interventionism, 13pp: 314, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Reversal: Liberty into Servitude, 7pp:204, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Trouble with Farming, 8pp: 389, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Throttling the Railroads, 9, The Future of the Railroads, 8pp: 135, in PP 1529- 33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Unionism Revisited, 10pp: 542, in PP 1529-33.
CARSON, CLARENCE B., Who’s in Control of the Country? 9pp: 283,in PP 1529- 33. – CAN anybody be in FULL control? Should anybody or any group be so powerful? – J.Z.
CARTELS, PP 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 28),
CARTER, A., Direct action, law and anarchism, 1980, 13pp, 29x, in PP 509.
CARTER, AL, letter, 30 Sep. 91, 1p, advertising his: Lifetimer Delivers Success – A Powerful Success Program That ACTUALLY Works! in PP 1,040. I must have by-passed thousands of success books during my browsing. Compare my own success guides in PP 16-18, 19C, 20/21, 61-63, and my LMP efforts and the writings of Brian Micklethwait of the London Libertarian Alliance on this subject.
CARTER, TIM LEE, Dr., Solving the Mess in the Mails, 2pp: 313, in PP 1457/62.
CARTLEDGE, GWENDOLYN & MILLBURN, JOANNE F., The Case for Teaching Social Skills in the Classroom: A Review, REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 48, Winter 78, 133-156, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p391, headed: Obedience to Authority.
CARTWRIGHT, DORWIN, Contemporary Social Psychology in Historical Perspective, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY 42, 1, 1979, 82-93, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1018, headed: The History of Social Psychology.
CASCADE POLICY INSTITUTE, Home Page only, 2pp, in PP 1535: 151.
CASE, BRYAN A., Anarchist Historiography of the French Revolution, 1990 Thesis, 65pp, in PP 966.CASE, CLIFF, or MAGISTER C. JAMES CASE IV, The Occult Book of Satanic Wisdom, 1994, 60pp, on one microfiche, produced by himself, either from LMP, as long as stocks last, for $ 1, or from the author direct, for $ 3. Address see in introduction. It is a book of freedom quotations, mainly atheistic ones.
CASERIO SANTO, Why He Killed Carnot, 4pp, 24x, in PP 538.
CASEY, ANDREW, Workers Buy their Company, 2pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
CASEY, DOUGLAS, A Better World: An Allegory, 1p, in PP 1,020.
CASEY, DOUGLAS, Review of: TANNEHILL, MORRIS & LINDA, The Market for Liberty, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 70.
CASEY, MARCUS, Preparing for Armageddon, 1p, 96, on militias, in PP 1367/68 : 241.
CASHLESS SOCIETY? ATMs increased the demand for cash! 787. I can’t understand why so many still favour an extension of non-cash payments while they serve to facilitate the levying of tax tributes, since they leave more visible trails. Once freed from government intervention, they would be often, perhaps even mostly, preferable to cash payments, but not always. Just watch the delays they frequently cause at cash counters of supermarkets. – J.Z.
CASLEY, LEN, 832, see PRINCE LEONARD, HUTT RIVER PROVINCE.
CASLEY, LEN, Bill of Rights, Hutt River Province, 1970, 5 points, 48x, in PP 589/590. (For more on his secession and transformation into Prince Leonard, see the subseries: ON PANARCHY.)
CASSELLA, ROBERT, Libertarian Party Politics. One Man’s Farewell, 1p, in PP 1350: 68.
CASSELMAN, PAUL HUBERT, The Cooperative Movement and Some of Its Problems, 1952, indexed, with bibliography, 191pp: 94, in PP1520. – There is nothing to be found here on the “open coops” of Buchez and Hertzka and of the labour cooperatives of Dubreuil. The author concentrates on consumer coops. The cooperative movement, like the monetary reform, the peace, the conservation and ecology, the utopian, the land reform, and the general socialistic, revolutionary and reform movements, even the anarchistic and libertarian ones, has been held back by a host of false premises, wrong observations, false conclusions, faulty ideas and popular prejudices and myths not only by outsiders but even among the advocates. E.g., Egalitarianism, charity, socialism, communitarianism, unionism, utopism and statism should not have been made part and parcel of this movement. In particular, it should have discarded its anti-interest, anti-profit, anti-competition, anti-capital and anti-market bias. All too often cooperators have turned “cooperatives” into representations of false and in the long run unworkable ideologies rather than trying sound and businesslike approaches, fully using all already existing opportunities in a partly liberated market and attempting to free it further and completely. Almost as a rule, they did not try to realize free enterprise responsibilities and incentives, like capital incentives, for every working member, i.e. they did not decentralize enough. Their collective, majoritarian or committee decision-making left much to be desired and did not always sufficiently stimulate and motivate the individual at the workface. Rather than cooperators, inexperienced in business, starting new enterprises, the coop-minded of existing enterprises should make attractive take-over bids towards their owners, providing a win-win situation for almost all. Existing capable managers should be retained under more attractive conditions than before. Moreover, cooperators should also deal, as far as they can, with financial and monetary problems effecting their business, i.e. explore their monetary and financial freedom options and try to realize them as far as possible. Otherwise they, too, are likely to become victims of monetary and financial despotism. Regarding the insufficient visibility of such titles: I am sometimes under the impression that bookshop and public libraries were established and are maintained rather to keep such important books of sight and mind rather than making them readily available as reference sources. I would like to see fans of cooperation to loosely cooperate in the publication of all coop, peace, freedom, justice and prosperity texts, with each tackling those text he likes most and has access too and using the alternative medium affordable to and appreciated by him. Between them they would merely have to compile and publicize and common title listing, with abstracts, reviews, indexes and bibliographies. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.11.98
CASSERES, BENJAMIN DE, Posterity : The New Superstition, 3pp, in PP 1420/22 : 287. – First published in Tucker’s LIBERTY, No. 402.CASSON, HERBERT N., Creative Thinkers, The Creative Few Who Cause Progress and Prosperity, An Explanation of the Rise and Fall of Business Firms and Nations, Efficiency Magazine, London, n.d., 169pp, in PP 1,040. – On “The New Individualism”, the failure of “politicalism” and “the complete collapse of socialism” etc. In PP 1,040.
CASTLEMAN, HARVEY N., The Bald Knobbers. The Story of the Lawless Night-Riders who Ruled Southern Missouri, 1944, 29pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219. A primitive militia organization that turned bad. J.Z.
CASTLEMAN, HARVEY N., The Texas Rangers. The Story of an Organization that Is Unique, like nothing else in America, 1944, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no, in PP 1218. – Alas, not an ideal militia, either. J.Z.
CASTORIADIS, CORNELIUS, Lo Que Yo Deseo, 2pp: 43, in PP 1494.
CASTROVINCI, JOSEPH L., Prelude to Welfare Capitalism: The Role of Business in the Enactment of Workmen’s Compensation in Illinois, 1905-12. In: Compassion and Responsibility: Readings in the History of Social Welfare Policy in the U.S., Univ. of Chicago Press, 1980, 265-289, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1275, headed: The Welfare State: Business & Labor.
CAT & Anarchist Pow Wow, 2 anarchist leaflets, 2pp: 123, in PP 1475.
CATALINA DECLARATION, THE, 1p, with at least the initial signatures, on voluntary associations, opposed to structures of coercion, 24x, in RAP, in PP 176-177.
CATALINA DECLARATION, THE, from RAP, ed. by Robert LeFevre, Fall 70, 1p, 29x, in PP 869 & 873.
CATALOG, LMP LITERATURE LIST, August 1998, A – Z, for PEACE PLANS 1-1507, 868pp, in PP 1508 & 1508.
CATASTROPHIES, INSURANCE AGAINST, PP 337.CATCHPOLE, TERRY, Campaign GM: The Fast Back Scratch, an article in RAP, 1970, 24x, in PP 176-177.CATHOLIC CHURCH, 1140. – I do like some enlightened Catholics more than some prejudiced atheists. – J.Z.
CATHOLIC WORKER MOVEMENT, See: MCCLOSKEY, MICHAEL J., The Catholic Worker Movement, 8pp: 173, in PP 1456.
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.
CATHOLIC WORKER, THE, Two Agitators: Peter Maurin – Ammon Hennacy, 1959, 51pp, 155, in PP 1456.CATHOLIC WORKER, XXXVI/6: July-August 1970 & LVII/5, August 1990, 24pp, in PP 1,019.
CATO CLIPPINGS, Spring 1990, 62pp, in PP 1139.
CATO INSTITUTE, 1987 Publications Catalogue, 20pp, 29x, in PP 921.
CATO INSTITUTE, an 8pp invitation to one of its seminars, in summer 1990, in PP 1,040. – I have still received no reply to my 1990 request to its publicity officer for permission to microfilm their odd papers, and manuscripts they can’t afford to print, if they are not going to do this themselves. J.Z., Jan. 93.
CATO INSTITUTE, Book List, 2pp, n.d. , in PP 1534: 86. – Many of its titles are listed as no longer in print and are not offered on microfiche, floppies or CDROMs.
CATO INSTITUTE, Letter by DAVID D. BOAZ, introducing SELGIN’s book : THE THEORY OF FREE BANKING, 1p, 29x, in PP 865. – I find the book excellent, as far as it goes – but it does not represent “the” theory of free banking but, rather, only “a” theory of free banking, one that is mainly concerned with the rare metal redemptionist options. As such, it appears to be a quite scientific treatment and may thus help to open a break in the walls behind which most conventional academic economists hide, a breach through which other free banking theories may finally penetrate, too. There are now quite a number of free banking titles in print or coming up in print. I would love to get permission – non-exclusively and revocable, as usual – to reproduce all of them cheaply on microfiche. But I guess I ought to wait at least until the publishers have recovered their considerable investment in print and achieved whatever returns they can get from it. And I won’t pass any petitions around for such permissions, either. The facts ought to speak for themselves, namely: The extent to which such writings remain unpublished or out of print and unobtainable in most libraries and on the second-hand book market. – J.Z.
CATO INSTITUTE, Literature list, 8pp, 24x, in PP 50-54, Prospectus, 5pp, 29x, in PP 586.
CATO INSTITUTE, See: Policy Analysis.
CATO PAPERS, Flyer, 1p, 1980, in PP 1378/81: 312.
CATO PAPERS, THE, 1p advertisement, 29x, in PP 385.
CATO POLICY CONFERENCE TAPES, Cato Institute Publications, 1987, 1p, with 12 titles dealing with money, in PP 1240.
CAULDWELL, D.O., A Modern Analysis of Biblical Sex Scandals, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-563, 1947, 28pp, in PP 1222.
CAULDWELL, D.O., Effects of Castration on Men and Women. Accidental, voluntary and involuntary castration, eunuchism and history – medial treatment and aspects, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-536, 1947, 32pp, in PP 1222.
CAULDWELL, D.O., Practical Psychiatry for Everyone. How to be your own mind doctor and solve mental problems for yourself and others, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-571, 1947, 32pp, in PP 1222.
CAULDWELL, D.O., Sex and the Battle for Power, 1p, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.
CAUSA AUSTRALIA, anti-communist leaflets, 3pp, 1987, 29x, in PP 725
CAUSES, THE REGRESSIVE MULTIPLICATION OF, PP 199.
CAUTE, DAVID, The Fellow Travellers, 1p review by R.A. CHILDS, in PP 1367/68: 44.
CAVALCANTI, R.; EROSA, A; TEMZELIDES, T., Private Money and Reserve Management in a Random Matching Model, abstract only of 1997 paper, 1p, in PP 1534: 30.
CAVE CREEK COMMUNITY LAND TRUST AND THE KEYLINE PROJECT, 4pp, in PP 1394: 91.
CAVEY, TED, Review, 1p, of CIS Study book: The Welfare State: Foundations & Alternatives, by Michael James, ed., & al, in PP 1101.
CAXTON BOOKS FOR LIBERTARIANS, 1p, in PP 1392: 135.
CAXTON LIBERTARIAN BOOKs, a 1p checklist, 24x, in PP 64-65.
CAXTON PRINTERS, 2pp leaflet on The Lady and the Tycoon, ed. By Roger Lea MacBride, on the interchange between Rose Wilder Lane and Jasper Crane, 24x, in PP 50-54.
CAXTON PRINTERS, Garret, Garet, cover note on life & work, 1p, in PP 1356: 122.
CBA, Medford, OR, 1p leaflet on Jury Duty and The Juror’s Creed, in PP 1,015.
CD-ROM LIBRARIAN, The Optical Media Review for Information Professionals, 1p, in PP 907-910.
CD-ROM PUBLISHING, See: ZUBE, JOHN, compiler, Clippings and Notes on Electronic Libraries, Internet, CD-ROM publishing etc., 1992-94, ca. 60pp, in PP 1197. Who is going to help me to put out the first anarchist – libertarian text CD-ROM, by submitting digitized material for it? I would fund the small costs of the original and of the first few duplicates, down to ca. $ 150 for the original, from no more than ca. 32 computerized files and $ 23 – 27, when at least 10 duplicates are ordered. Why do not such opportunities, like the microfiche self-publishing one, attract more activists? – Some said the INTERNET would be better. But how much have they so far placed on it? Let me know when the millions of computer fans have, there, finally outproduced LMP, i.e. one man’s micrographic freedom publishing. Even on 25-50 cent floppy disks very few freedom writings are available, to my knowledge. WHY? – I would gladly film any such listing. – J.Z.
CD-ROMS in Print, the new source for what’s available on CD-ROM, 1987 Meckler Publishing leaflet, 1p, in PP 907-910.
CD-ROMS, Special Offer of CD ROMs, from Alan Buchter, U.K., 1p: 537, in PP 1293/5. Like most such offers, rather useless to anarchists and libertarians. I am still willing to sponsor the low costs of the first anarchist to libertarian text-only CD – but have so far heard of only two who might contribute some of their MBs towards it. They have not let me know as yet how many MBs they have ready for this. If paying attention to CDs at all, most seem merely fascinated by the playful and entertaining multimedia ones, whose production still costs hundred-thousands of dollars, while the text only types are down to A $ 8.40 to 14, commercially, in duplicates with 50 MB each. Are we all radical innovators and believers in private initiative and enterprise? Do you expect me to keyboard or scan in, 650 MB on my own? Be a bit more realistic & enterprising! – J.Z.
CD-ROMs, Text only, for freedom writings, see: ZUBE, JOHN, DENON & the text-only CD-ROM self-publishing option for anarchists & libertarians. Notes, 6/96, 3pp, in PP 1347: 1.
CD-ROMs, Text-only, not MULTI-MEDIA ones, See: GATES, BILL, Demonstrating capacity of CD-ROM, which could hold the contents of a stack of 330,000 sheets of single-spaced text. Clipping of hint from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 10/1955: 115, in PP 1492. – WHY don’t anarchists and libertarians use this medium or other affordable, convenient and already powerful media, like floppy disks, microfiche, ZIP disks etc., for their publishing and reading requirements? Why do they remain tradition- and custom-bound paper addicts, to what it also a paper tiger, as far as their efforts are concerned? Why don’t they at least bother to properly survey all their alternative media options, using the Internet for this, to the extent that they can? – J.Z., 23.5.98. – – Even such publicity has not yet induced enough intellectuals among the freedom lovers to use this technology extensively for freedom text books. What blinders keep them from microfiche and such media? – All PEACE PLANS texts would not even fill 2 CD-ROMs and these 2 could be duplicated for as little as $ 2, plus the value of the blanks, down to A $ 2.75 here, which means, a total reproduction cost of only: A $ 7.50. – The main difficulty seems to be to get enough people involved in getting as many freedom texts digitized, via scanning and key-boarding, to be able to put them together and duplicate them as cheaply. – Are the people who habitually ignore their very cheap microfiche publishing and reading options likely to take up these enormously powerful and cheap publishing and reading options? I am waiting for signs of commitments to either option. – E.g., HOW MANY MB’s are YOU PREPARED TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE FIRST libertarian and or anarchist TEXT-ONLY CD-ROM? – J.Z, 5.6.98.
CEBULA, RICHARD J., CARLOS, CHRISTOPHER & KOCH, JAMES V., The “Crowding Out” Effect of Federal Government Outlay Decisions: An Empirical Note, PUBLIC CHOICE 36, 2, 1981, 329-336, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1575, headed: Federal Expenditures “Crowd Out” Private Investment.
CECOP, Zielsetzungen eines Garantie- und Buergschaftsfonds fuer Produktionsgenossenschaften, n.d., 6 S., Kontakt: OEKOBANK, in PP 1398: 101.
CECOPINFO, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1985, 8pp, in PP 139CD-ROMS in Print, the new source for what’s available on CD-ROM, 1987 Meckler Publishing leaflet, 1p, in PP 907-910: 105. Bulletin by groups interested in developing and financing productive coops. Participants in at least 8 European countries.
CELL, The Church of Eternal Life and Liberty, “Live and Let Live”, newsletter, Nos 5-14, 18-31, Jan. 78 – March 83, 42x, in PP 595. – Now on hand: 15 – 17, 32-41. Still wanted, for the next fiche: 1-4 & 42ff. – J.Z.
CELLO, J., Godwin contre Rousseau, 11pp, in PP 1099.
CENSORED, Hard-To-Locate Sources of Information on Current Affairs, list magazines and book sources, compiled by C. Corbett, 35pp, 24x in PP 50-54, 10th ed., 1980, 42pp, 24x, in PP 226, 11th. ed., 1981, 52pp, 29x, in PP 390, 12th. edition, 1982, 56pp, 29x, in PP 426. Beat the Controlled Media, 1p leaflet, 24x, in PP 145-146. 1p leaflet also, 24x, in PP 134 & 29x, in PP 424. Discover “Censored”, 1p, 29x, in PP 388. 13th. edition, by B. Corbett, 1983, 58pp, 36x, in PP 523.
CENSORSHIP OF FILMS ON TV, See: BIRCH, SIMON, The Censorship of Films on British TV, How it works and why it should stop, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 159.
CENSORSHIP, PP 290, 370, 418/19p109, 697, 882, 987/88, 1012, 1052-61(sheets 473/4), see MILL, J.S., on Liberty, PRESS, FREEDOM OF THE, FREEDOM OF INFORMATION, IDEAS ARCHIVE, MICROFICHE, THEODORE SCHROEDER,
CENSORSHIP, See: FEMINISTS AGAINST CENSORSHIP, Survey, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 205.
CENSORSHIP, See: LINAWEAVER, BRAD, Censorship: The Educator’s Nightmare, 9pp: 161, in PP 1506/07.
CENSORSHIP, See: WHITAKER, RUSSELL, Against Censorship of the Electronic Communication, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 119.
CENSUS RESISTANCE, PP 642, 680, 1139, See: SAMUELS, LAWRENCE, Census Resistance 1980, 1p, in PP 491.
CENSUS, See: SCIARONI, BRET, Census ’70, April 1, An Evaluation, 1p: 65, in PP 1477.
CENSUS: RUEHLE, BUD, It just Doesn’t Make Good Census to me, 1p, in PP 1382/85 : 448.
CENSUS: WALTER, DAVE, Defoliating the Census, 1p: 108.
CENTER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE ALTERNATIVES, 31 May 84 leaflet to IMPRIMIS readers from Hillsdale College, by John K. Andrews, Jr., 2pp, in PP 891.
CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION, Advertisement: Mark of the Future? 1p: 226. Publications, 1p each: 342 & 365, 603, in PP 1457/62.
CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION, CIE, literature list, 8pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.
CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION, Rights of Parents, satirical 1p declaration, 29x, in PP 712.
CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION, Symposium on Compulsory Education, CIE, 1972, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1403: 172.
CENTER FOR LIBERTARIAN STUDIES, 2 letters, a note and a 1977 leaflet, 6pp, in PP 898.
CENTER FOR POLITICAL ECONOMY AND NATURAL RESOURCES, Environmentalism – Free Market Style, 1p, in PP 278.
CENTER FOR STUDY OF PUBLIC CHOICE, George Mason University, Introductory pamphlet, n.d., 10pp: 161, in PP 1478.
CENTER FOR THE DEFENSE OF FREE ENTERPRISE, Home Page, 1p, in PP 1535: 171.
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF PUBLIC CHOICE, George Mason University, Annual Report, 70pp, listing their working papers, publications of faculty members, lectures, presentations etc., in PP 1105.CENTRAL BANK: HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, The Federal Reserve & the Mechanics of Inflation, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 115. – Without Legal Tender and its other legalized privileges the FED & other central bank systems would be harmless. But that aspect is rarely ever discussed. – J.Z.
CENTRAL BANKING, PP 428ff (S. 18, 30, 99, 103, 196, 198, 239), 542, 640, 730, 740, 745, 804, 813, 865, 904, 969, 971, 1042. See: MONETARY DESPOTISM, MONETARY FREEDOM, LEGAL TENDER, GRESHAM’S LAW.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: ARIZONA MEMORIAL, Clean up the “Economic Mess”. Repeal Federal Reserve Act, 1p, in PP 1247. Also: CARDINALLI, SAL J., Lawful Money & the Federal Reserve, 2pp, in PP 1247. In one sense, lawful money is really lawless money and, in another sense, lawless money is really lawful money. – J.Z. – See also: MONETARY LEGISLATION.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: GORTON, GARY, Private Clearinghouses and the Origins of Central Banking, BUSINESS REVIEW, Winter 1986, of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 9pp, with ref., in PP 1248.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: MCBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Federal Reserve Policy, 2pp: 227, in PP 1506/07.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: PP 1184.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Should we fire Jim Crow? (Governor of the Bank of Canada), 2pp: 128, in PP 1515. – Fire the office and institution, rather than merely preserve or change its manager. If he were capable, he would be able to rise with one of many competing banks. – J.Z.
CENTRAL BANKING, See: WHEELER, BRENT, Dr., Dazed and Confused: How the World’s Central Banks Lost the Plot, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 169. – A short statement for monetary freedom. The central banks and their supporters had always lost it. But they have the laws of monetary despotism on their side and the prejudices of the “experts” and those of the general public. – J.Z., 18.9.96.
CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE MOVEMENT FOR LIBERATION AND UNIFACTION OF MACEDONIA, A Statement: On the Macedonian National Question, 24pp, with a note by J.Z., in PP 817. I rather pity those who have no other than a national concept of freedom. But I got this statement from one who considered himself to be an anarchist. – J.Z.
CENTRALIZATION : All cities into one INTERNATIONAL CITY? 7. – Imagine the transport and pollution problem then! – J.Z.
CENTRALIZATION, 22, 366.
CENTRE 2000, 1.) Books on Privatization, 1p list, 29x, in PP 642 & 724, 2.) Help Us to Help You, 2p leaflet on Workers Compensation in the Shadow of Nationalization, 36x, in PP 654, 3.) lecture leaflet,1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 632, 4.) The Omega Australia Project, 9pp pamphlet, 42x, in PP 644. (See also: THE OPTIMIST.)
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, a 1p leaflet advertising its book on price controls, 24x, in PP 64-65. Further books and essays of CIS are to be found in 1146/47 and are separately listed.
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, CIS, 8 Papers, Books & Studies, by Chipman/Hayek/Flew/Friedman/Tullock/Shenoy/Albon/Swan et al, 1978-1981, 731pp, 29x, in PP 396-397.
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, CIS, literature list, 9pp, 24x in PP 50-54.
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, CIS, Some Papers: 1.) Principles of Freedom Seminars, No. 1, 1976, 2.) 1977 Conference, Papers, Some Letters, CIS Policy Report, Vol.1, NOs. 1-3, CIS Publications, 1985, 36x, PP 571.
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, Sydney, Research Work in Progress, 1982, 2pp, 29x, in PP 423.
CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, THE, Constitutional Theory and Australian Practice, Conference, Sydney, 1979, with 2 samples of CIS newsletters & Publications Catalogue, 42x, PP 570.
CESCI, COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE COUNCIL, INC., How Can Community Members Increase Effectiveness in Wider Social Change? A Study-Action Guide, with Bibliography and Discussion Questions, 1980, 34pp, 36x, in PP 378.
CHACKSFIELD, ADAM, Libertarianism on Campus: How to Reproduce the York Phenomenon, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 195.
CHACKSFIELD, ADAM, Open the Door! The Case for Abolishing ALL Immigration Controls, 1991, 2pp, LA Pamphlets No.61, in PP 1052-61, sheet 61/62.
CHACKSFIELD, ADAM, Polycentric Law vs. the Minimal State: The Case of Air Pollution, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 85.
CHACKSFIELD, ADAM, Why We Should Concentrate on Free Trade and Stop Worrying about the Balance of Payments, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.
CHADWICK, WILLIAM, A New Look at the Abolitionists, 5pp: 226, in PP 1529- 33.
CHADWYCK HEALERY COLLECTION OF ANARCHIST PAMPHLETS, Most of the over 2,000 titles offered by CHADWYCK HEALEY, on 2601 microfiche. List only of this treasure, transcribed & alphabetized by John Zube, August 1998, from the list of titles supplied by the LABADIE COLLECTION, 67pp, in PP 1512: 1- 67. – I was so far unable to get the complete list from C.H., which has copyrighted it! – J.Z.
CHADWYCK-HEALEY, Anarchist Pamphlets, 1830-1935, part 1 of Radical Pamphlets in American Collections, over 2,000 titles on ca. 2,500 microfiche, from Labadie and Paul Avrich Collections, 6pp, in PP 497/498. – I do seek a copy of the catalog. – J.Z.
CHADWYCK-HEALEY, Radical Pamphlets in American Collections, part 3: House Un-American Activities Committee Collection, HUAC, containing nearly 4,000 original radical and anti-radical pamphlets collected by HUAC investigators from the 1900s to the 1970s, now on microfiche. Here only advertised in 4pp flyer, in PP 497/498.
CHAITLIN, MARC ERIC ELY -, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
CHAITLIN, MARC ERIC ELY -, The Royalist Standard, 1989, 26pp, 29x, in PP 879.
CHAITLIN, MARC ERIC ELY -, The Royalist Tradition, 1988, 21pp, with some marginal notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 879.
CHAITLIN, MARC ERIC ELY -, to ZUBE, JOHN, 4 July 89, 9pp, with some marginal notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 879.
CHAITLIN, MARC ERIC ELY -, Use YOUR Common Law Sovereignty, Learn About the Free Territory of Ely-Chatelaine, 1p, 29x, in PP 869.
CHAITLIN, Marc Eric Ely-, 1.) Information Papers 7,14,26,29,31,34 & some correspondence, 16pp, 48x, in PP 633, 2.) to Theo Megalli, 20 July 86, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.
CHALCEDON, FRIENDS OF, 4pp of leaflets against abortion, in PP 1121.
CHALLENGE TO LIBERTARIANS, A, PP 20/21.
CHALONER, W.H., Introduction to Archibald Prentice, History of the Anti-Corn-Law League, 1967, 18pp, in PP 1148.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES, Washington, Put Freedom First, 1951, 59pp, contains the following 3 articles: Put Freedom First, by Otto A. Seyferth, 14pp, In Search of Freedom, by Admiral Ben Moreell, 22pp & To Preserve Freedom, by Dr. Umphrey Lee, 19pp, in PP 1,013.
CHAMBERLAIN, F.R., Individualism Comes to Television, 2pp: 260, in PP 1457/62. – Review of: PATRICK MCGOOHAN’S “Secret Agent”, “The Prisoner” & “Village”.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, A Journalist’s Journey, Review, 3pp, of: ROYSTER, VERMONT, My Own, My Country’s Time: A Journalist’s Journey, 351pp: 501, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, A Reviewer’s Notebook. Numerous columns in THE FREEMAN, in PP 1411/12: Only few are listed here.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, A Stroll with William James, Review, 3pp, of: BARZUN, JACQUES, A Stroll with William James, Harper & Row, 344pp: 478, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, America by the Throat, review, 3pp, of: ROCHE, GEORGE, America by the Throat: The Stranglehold of the Federal Bureaucracy, Devin-Adair, 190pp: 553, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, At the Eye of the Storm, Review, 3pp, of: ARNOLD, RON, At the Eye of the Storm: James Watt and the Environmentalists, Regnery-Gateway, 282pp: 412, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Back to Basics, Review, 3pp, of: PINES, BURTONYALE, Back to Basics, N.Y., William Morrow, 349pp: 344, in PP1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Behind Enemy Lines, review, 3pp, of: EDWARDS, MICKEY, Behind Enemy Lines: 571, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Bernard Baruch, review, 3pp, of: GRANT, JAMES, Bernard Baruch: The Adventures of a Wall Street Legend, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 376pp: 520, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Character Education, review, 3pp, of: BROOKS, B. DAVID, The Case for Character Education, 168pp: 535, in PP1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Economic Liberty and the Constitution, 8pp: 279, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Education in America, 3pp: 106, in PP 1529-33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Envy, 5pp: 140, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Essays on Liberty, Review, 4pp, on FEE’s Essays on Liberty, vol. I, 1952, in PP 1529- 33: 462.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Fascism, 3pp: 174, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Healing America, Review, 3pp, of: CORNUELLE, RICHARD, Healing America: What Can Be Done about the Continuing Economic Crisis, Putnam, 208pp: 446, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Money, A Reviewer’s Notebook, THE FREEMAN, April 74, 6pp, in PP 804.CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Pattern for Failure, review, 2pp, of: RYDENFELT, SVEN, A Pattern for Failure: Socialist Economies in Crisis, N.Y., Harcourt, 175pp: 604, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Political Dreams, on novels by Allen Drury & Holmes Alexander, 4pp: 66, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Review of: BODE, CARL, compiler, The Young Mencken, 1p: 39, in PP 1468.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Review, 2pp, of: BARZUN, JACQUES, Teacher in America, Liberty Press, 502pp: 312, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Review, 3pp, of: READ, LEONARD E., The Free Man’s Almanac, FEE: 188, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Robespierre: The Voice of Virtue, 5pp: 248, in PP 1529- 33. – There is not only ONE virtue: Incorruptibility. How many others are there – & how many others, if any, did R. possess and practise? – J.Z.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Sovereignty and Bargaining, Review, 4pp, of: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Sovereignty and Compulsory Public-Sector Bargaining: 214, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The American Idea, review, 3pp, of: KEMPS, JACK, The American Idea: Ending the Limits to Growth, Washington, 355pp: 619, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Buckley Campaign, 3pp: 49, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Children of Darkness, 7pp: 155, in PP1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Coming Boom, Review, 3pp, of: KAHN, HERMAN, The Coming Boom, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 237pp: 362, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Enterprising Americans, 1p flyer, in PP 1409/10: 149.CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Existential Pleasures of Engineering, 7pp: 230, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Flight From Reality, 6pp review of the book by CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Flight From Reality: 123, in PP1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Forgotten Man, 4pp, in PP 1418: 12.CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The New Right, Review, 3pp, of: VIGUERIE, RICHARD A., The New Right: We’re Ready to Lead, Caroline House, 186pp: 286, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Politics of Surrender, Review, 3pp, of: EVANS, STANTON, The Politics of Surrender: 32, in PP 1529- 33. – One could, seemingly and formally surrender towards a totalitarian regime that threatens with nuclear war, IF one has fully grasped the potentials of tyrannicide and libertarian revolution. – J.Z., 22.11.98.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Progressive Income Tax, 12pp: 259, in PP1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The State Against Blacks, Review, 3pp, of: WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The State Against Blacks, N.Y., 183pp: 378,in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The State of the Unions, 5pp: 16, in PP 1529-33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Strategic Metals War, 1983, review, 3pp, of: SINCLAIR, JAMES E. & PARKER, ROBERT, Crown, N.Y., 185pp: 396,in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Subterranean Economy, review, 3pp, of: BAWLY, DAN, The Subterranean Economy, McGraw-Hill, 187pp: 329, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Third World War, 3pp: 81, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The World After Oil, review, 3pp, of: NUSSBAUM, BRUCE, The World After Oil: The Shifting Axis of Power and Wealth, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 319pp: 430, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Tyranny of the Status Quo, review, 3pp, of FRIEDMAN, MILTON & ROSE, Tyranny of the Status Quo, N.Y., Harcourt, 182pp: 588, in PP 1529- 33. – Territorial politics is the essence of that policy. Let all dissenters opt out – to do their own things to and for themselves. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.9.1998.
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Wealth of Nations in Crisis, Review, 3pp, of: NAIRN, RONALD C., Wealth of Nations in Crisis, Houston, 288p: 263, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLIN, ARTHUR N., III, Mann, Dewey and Disaster, CIE pamphlet, 1971, 3pp, 29x, in PP 743.CHAMBERLIN, T.C., Multiple Hypotheses, A Method for Research, Teaching, and Creative Thinking, 1897, 12p, rec. by F.A. Harper & Robert Sagehorn, in PP 925.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, A False Utopia, Collectivism in Theory and Practice, 1937, indexed, 270pp, special edition for The Right Book Club, London, in PP 1142.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, Bureaucratic Blight, 8pp: 26, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, Germans Vote for Economic Freedom, 6pp, in PP 1143. – Such votes were never clearly offered to them, e.g. in referendums. – J.Z.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, The Failing Dynamo, 6pp, in PP 1143.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, The Gap between Earning and Receiving, 8pp: 62, in PP 1529- 33.
CHAMBRY, RENE, The Truth about Louvain, 1915, 95pp, in PP 1440/42: 565. – One of the many horror stories from WW I.
CHAMELEON, Notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
CHAMPLIN, ROBERT, My Life Is Mine! 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
CHAMPLIN, ROBERT, Separatism and Quebec, A reply to Konkin, 1p: 312. Konkin’s reply, 1p: 332, in PP 1404/06.
CHAMPLIN, ROBERT, The “Humanitarians” and Capital Punishment, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
CHAMPMAN, STEPHEN, A South African voice for liberty and equality, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
CHANDLET, CHRIS, Cavemen were lovers, not fighters, 3pp, 1971, written by Robert Shea? Anyhow, from his collection, in PP 479.
CHANGE, REFORM, REVOLUTION. What has to be changed primarily? Institutions, people, ideas? 808, compare Ideas Archive, Enlightenment, Cultural Revolution, Encyclopedia of Refutations, Slogans for Liberty, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Libertarian Library. See the essay on public opinion changes in 20/21.
CHANGES IN THE AIR? Issues in Domestic Aviation Policy, CIS Policy Forums 3, CIS 1984, 112pp, contributors: Christopher Findlay, Michael Kirby, Frank Gallagher, P.J. Forsyth, David Starkie, Margaret Starrs, Colin Gannon, 36x, in PP 719.
CHANT, JOHN F., On the Rationale for the Regulation of Financial Institutions, n.d., working paper, 24pp, in PP 25.
CHAOS, 954. Review of this book of Hakim Bey: 1166.
CHAPIN, AARON L., International Trade, 12pp, 29x, in PP 602.
CHAPMAN, DAVID, Can Civil Wars Be Avoided? 2pp leaflet for his book, in PP 1267. – I met him shortly and from that and his ideas published by the Institute for Social Inventions, I do not expect any radical thinking from him. – J.Z.
CHAPMAN, DAVID, Re-inventing Democracy, 2pp leaflet for his book, ISI, in PP 1267. – Does not favour individual sovereignty and exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities. To me his ideas seem to be just a rehash of territorialism with a democratic facade, i.e. some election reforms. But look his ideas up yourself in the ISI publications filmed by LMP. J.Z.
CHAPMAN, JOHN L., Capitalism & Socialism, 13pp: 600, in PP 1529-33.
CHAPMAN, RICHARD ALLEN, Leviathan Writ Small: Thomas Hobbes on the Family, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 69, March 75, 76-90, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p900, headed: Hobbes’ Leviathan: Family and State.
CHAPMAN, STEPHEN, Is the US miserly when it comes to education? 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
CHAPPELL, DAVID & DOWD, KEVIN, Option Clauses and Banknote Convertibility, 1988, 21pp, in PP 792.
CHARACTER, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Character Education, review, 3pp, of: BROOKS, B. DAVID, The Case for Character Education,168pp: 535, in PP 1529- 33.
CHARDON, PIERRE, 1892-1918, collaborator of E. Armand, a quote and a sketch, from J.H. Mackay papers. In French, in PP 1325: 33.
CHARDON, PIERRE, Individualism, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 473.
CHARDON, PIERRE, Sa vie – Son action – Sa pensee, contributors: E. Armand, M.P., Paul Meyer, Pierre Chardon, Eug. Bizeaum, 34pp, Editions de l’en dehors, Paris et Orleans, n.d., in PP 1134.
CHARITY & STATE, 490, 534, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 40), CHARITY: HAYSOM, CHEETAH, Generous Americans, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 273.
CHARLES CURLEY LETTER, THE, Jan. 1977, 2pp: Some Notes on Libertarian Law Theory, 29x, in PP 676.
CHARLES, JEANNE, Beyond Sex Roles, 1975, 8pp, from an APE reprint, 1986, in PP 1,033.
CHASE, DENNIS J., Roosevelt’s Forgotten Charter, 5pp: 683, in PP 1457/62.
CHASE, DENNIS J., Westbrook Pegler: Libertarian Journalist, 5pp: 471, in PP 1457/62.
CHASE, STUART, The Road We Are Traveling, review by N.K., Plans for a New World Order, 2pp: 130, in PP 1480.
CHATELAINE, MARC ERIC AUGUSTINE R. to MEGALLI, THEO, 1.12.1986, 2pp on his “elyat-accounts”, reckoning in silver, 12, in PP 1451. Extract: 48x, in PP 740. See Chaitlin.
CHATFIELD, CHARLES & DUNGEN, van den, PETER, a 2pp leaflet on the new book edited by them : Peace Movements & Political Cultures, Nov. 88, in PP 816. ( I have come to think very little of most peace publications. They seem to describe very little about the alternative economics, politics and the individual liberties and rights required as preconditions for a just and lasting peace, are concerned with trivia or altogether on the wrong track and full of wishfull thinking and fantasy. J.Z.)
CHAVEZ, LINDA, Surprise: Punishment actually cuts crime, 1p, USA Today, Vol. 14, No. 96, in PP 1367/68: 246.
CHEMICAL WEAPONS, PP 923.
CHEMOPHOBIA, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Chicken Little, King Midas & Chemophobic Mischief, 2pp: 37, in PP 1515. – One can also be too unconcerned about the additional thousands of chemicals put into our environment and food and drink intake during the last 200 years. – J.Z., 18.11.98.
CHEN SUN, Land Reform and SAN MIN CHU I, 6pp, in PP 1216.CHEQUE BANK, CLEARING BANK, 428ff: S. 376, 380-382, 487, 515, 538;
CHESKIS, LELAND, The Conspiracy Theories of Liberals, 1p, in PP 1409/10 : 30.
CHEUNG, STEVEN N.S., Rush or Delay? The Effects of Rent Control on Urban Renewal in Hong Kong, 1980, CIS, 20pp, 29x, in PP 397.
CHEVALIER, MICHEL, 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.
CHEW, NG POON, See: HEALY, PATRICK J. & NG POON CHEW, A Statement for Non-Exclusion, San Francisco, Nov. 1905, 255pp, in PP 1231. – One of the all too few works for free migration. – J.Z.
CHEWONG SHAMAN, To be angry is not to be human but to be fearful is, 1p from HORIZONS, Community Aid Abroad magazine, II/3, Sum. 94. Report on a tribal society, the “Chewong” in the Malay peninsula. They are not organised in a hierarchical ranking and not inclined towards violence. Empirical example of a peaceful society, in PP 1323: 74.
CHEYETTE, FREDERIC L., The Invention of the State, from: Essays on Medieval Civilization, eds. Karl Lackner and Kenneth Roy Philip, U of Texas P, 1978, Austin & London, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1446, headed: Inventing the State: The Investiture Conflict.
CHICAGO AMERICAN, no number or date, invitation, 1p, from Bob Shea, in PP 479.
CHICAGO ANARCHISTS, see HAYMARKET.
CHICAGO SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, PP 696.
CHILD ABUSE, PP 1105.
CHILD ABUSE: Several articles in PP 1373/1375.
CHILD LABOR VS. CHILD ABUSE: JONES, JOYCE F, Child labor vs child abuse, 4pp, in PP 1377: 52.
CHILD WELFARE COMMITTEE IN VICTORIA, Children’s Rights, 13 points, reproduced in “Human Rights”, 1984, 48x, in PP 589/590.
CHILD, IRVIN L., Humanistic Psychology and the Research Tradition, 1p review by Marty Zupan, in PP 1367/68: 56.
CHILDREN ARE BORN PERSONS. Liberty vs. various forms of tyranny, 19pp, 1921. Author? In PP 1124.
CHILDREN, ABUSED : FRANCKE, LINDA BIRD, A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, 83, 2pp, in PP 1407 : 46. – A crisis nursery for battered children in immediate danger.
CHILDREN’S LIBERATION, see CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, EDUCATION.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, 223, 391, 589, 590, 714, 1027, 1052/61 (LA Educ. Notes 2), 1105, 1121, 1124, 1151, 1170, 1171.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, Locke, Consent and the Rights of Children, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 45, 2pp: 67, in PP 1487.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, See: DUNN, MIKE & KINSKY, LYNN, Growing Up: The Case for Children’s Rights, 93, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 97.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS, See: KERNOCHAN, JIM, On the Subject of Children, 3pp: 145, in PP 501. – PICKET, HAROLD, Children’s Rights? 2pp: 149, in PP 501.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS: JACKSON, ANN, Free the Children! 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 310.
CHILDREN’S RIGHTS: Several articles in PP 1373/1375.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Anarchism & Justice, 8pp: 433. Parts VI-VII, 11pp: 460; VIII: 6pp: 532; IX: 16pp: 577, in PP 1457/62.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Objectivism & the State, An Open Letter to Ayn Rand, continued…., 1969, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 31.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Personal “Freedom”, Review of BROWN, HARRY, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 43.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: ADLER, MORTIMER J., The Time of Our Lives, 1p: 97, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, The Disowned Self, 1p: 103, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: DICKSON, PAUL, Think Tanks, 1p: 96, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: EFRON, EDITH, The News Twisters, 1p: 104, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: HOSPERS, JOHN, Libertarianism, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: KUHN, THOMAS, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 1p: 95, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: MARTIN, JAMES J., Revisionist Viewpoints: Essays in a Dissident Historical Tradition, 1p: 96, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: PERKINS, RICHARD & ERNESTINE, Preconditions for Peace and Prosperity: Rational Anarchy, 1p: 95, in PP 1468. – I would like permission to microfiche this book. – J.Z.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: PETERSON, MARRY BENNETT, The Regulated Consumer, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: PIVEN, FRANCES FOX & CLOWARD, RICHARD A., Regulating the Poor, 1p: 104, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., America’s Great Depression, 1p: 103, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Man, Economy and State, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and Market: Government and the Economy, 3pp: 336, in PP 1457/62.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: SILBERMAN, CHARLES, Crisis in the Classroom, 1/2 p: 99, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, 1p: 107, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: VARIOUS AUTHORS: Toward Liberty, Essays in Honor of Ludwig von Mises, 1/2p: 107, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Spotlighting the News, 2pp: 264, in PP 1457/62.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Subscribe to the LIBERTARIAN FORUM, 1p: 486, in PP 1457/62.
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., The Higher Circles, Review of: DOMHOFF, G. WILLIAM, The Higher Circles, 4pp: 424, in PP 1457/62. – “… a milestone in the Left-wing assault on New Deal Liberalism.”
CHILDS, R.A., Jr., The Inception of American Totalitarianism, 4pp: 315, in PP 1457/62.
CHILDS, R.A., Review of: GRAYSON, MELVIN J. & SHEPARD, THOMAS R., Jr., The Disaster Lobby, 1p: 25, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Review of: HAYEK, F.A. von, Law, Legislation & Liberty, 1p: 22, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, R.A., Review of: TUCKER, ROBERT W., A New Isolationism, 1p: 38, in PP 1468.
CHILDS, ROY A, Jr., Ayn Rand and the Libertarian Movement, 5pp, in PP 277/278: 88 & 100.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., An Open Letter to Ayn Rand, Objectivism and the State, 1969, 29x, in PP 585. Compare my 7pp article on competing governments, June 1966, in PP 7 & related plans in the same issues. – I would like to find more such criticism and would love to film it. – J.Z.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Ayn Rand and the Libertarian Movement, 88, 2pp, in PP 277.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Ayn Rand: A Celebration, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 141.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Big Business and the Rise of American Statism: A Revisionist History, source? date? 10pp, in PP 1,016.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Conservatives, Revisionism & the Cold War, 1972, 3pp, in PP 1,027.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Foreword to Rothbard : Egalitarianism, 3pp, 29x, in PP 391.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Liberty against Power, 29x, in PP 607.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Power and Market, 1p, 36x, in PP 369. (On Rothbard’s book under the same name.)
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Review of BRANDEN, BARBARA, The Passion of Ayn Rand, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 139.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Review of EPSTEIN, RICHARD A., Takings, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 136.
CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Review of Vera Smith, The Rationale of Central Banking and the free Banking Alternative, 1p, from LFB catalog, in PP 1248. If someone were to extract all Childs reviews from the LFB catalogs, in photoready form, I would gladly film them. I can’t do everything myself. – J.Z.
CHILDS, ROY A., The Literature of Liberty, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 261.
CHILDS, ROY, Jr., An Open Reply to an Open Reply to an Open Letter, by Roy Childs Jr., replying to Paul Beaird on limited government, anarchism, competing government, 2pp, with Mr. Beaird’s 1 1/2pp responses and a letter by David M. Brooks III on Paul Beaird’s article, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29. (Alas, all still steeped in “territorialism”. See especially my ON PANARCHY series, now coming to 19 volumes. J.Z.) If only Roy Childs could have restrained his appetite or started dieting earlier! He could have given many more years of his bright mind to the freedom struggle. Alas, it was a case of body over mind. I know how hard the struggle against one’s appetite is, for I am not winning it, either, as yet, although I have to loose only a few kg. Dieting ought to be made as pleasant as eating. And so should exercise. Perhaps a number of commercial dieting assistance and exercise classes do already offer as attractive weight reduction and life extension program. Then one has merely to be sufficiently motivated to take them up, in one’s long-term rather than one’s short-term selfish interest. Perhaps, if the freedom struggle would not still be so frustrating, there would also be less of a problem in this respect. At least we enjoy still enough economic liberty to suffer from over-eating rather than from involuntary starvation. – J.Z.
CHILDS, ROY, Karl Popper’s THE OPEN SOCIETY & ITS ENEMIES: A Critique, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 95.
CHILDS. R.A., Childs to his Critics, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 47.
CHILE, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Revolution in Chile, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 92.
CHINA POST, Peiping manufacturing, selling heroin, 73, 1p, in PP 1362/63: 161. – According to the newspaper today, Chinese are still the biggest importers of Heroin into Australia, by 1996! – SMH, 3 Dec. 1996. The Opium War repeated, in reverse, but underground and with Heroin and to a former English colony. – J.Z.
CHINA SYNDROME, 1052-61 (LA Scientific Notes 2). See Nuclear Reactors. I like only one nuclear reactor: the Sun. Nuclear barons like TELLER have only poor notions on how to utilize it. – J.Z.
CHINA UPDATE, The Great China Fax-In, Freedom Network News, No. 24, Nov. Dec. 89, 2pp, giving the contact FAX numbers in China, 29x, in PP 921. (I read only yesterday, that the Chinese students at one U.S. university spent ca. $ 30,000 on faxing reports of the worst repressions to China. Faxing a better programme, for liberation through a military and popular uprising, might have been more helpful – and would have cost much less. J.Z. 28 Jan. 90.)
CHINA, CAPTIVE NATIONS, PP 766. 921,
CHINA, EXTERRITORIALITY, PP 673/74, 715, 790,
CHINA, FEMALE INFANTICIDE, PP 1121.
CHINA, GUILDS, PP 810.
CHINA, MONETARY FREEDOM, PP 565, 823.
CHINA, PP 986.
CHINA, RED CHINA, See: HUTCHEON, STEPHEN, China’s orphans in “death camps”, 1p, in PP 1305/1306: 310.
CHINA, See: FABER, MARC, The Economic Rise of Guangdong Province – A Capitalist Rhapsody, 4pp: 51, in PP 1515.
CHINA, See: FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS & DEMOCRACY IN CHINA , in PP 1535: 125.
CHINA, See: INTERNATIONALIST, The Origins of the Anarchist Movement in China, with a foreword by Stuart Christie, London, n.d., 34pp: 93, in PP 1489.
CHINA, See: SOLIDARIDAD OBRERO, Nr. 50 und 51/1979: China unter der Herrschaft der marxistischen Mandarine, 9 S.: 74, in PP 1502.
CHINA, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The Unlearned Lessons of China, 1p: 13, in PP 1515. See also: ON PANARCHY.
CHINA: SENESE, DONALD J., China’s “free enterprise” Experiment, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 195.CHINA: SHU, SHEN, China Is No Riddle, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 244.CHINA: WALL STREET JOURNAL, Capitalist China, 26 Oct. 84, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 77.
CHINESE ANARCHISM, PP 412p204, 882, 1018,
CHINESE UNDERGROUND PUBLICATIONS, 1980, See: YIH-TAN LIN, What They Say, a collection of current Chinese underground publications, photostatically reproduced and accurately translated, published by Institute of Current China Studies, Taipei, R.O.C., 1980, 259pp, in PP 524. Compiled by Yih-Tan Lin.
CHIPMAN, DAVID, Instant Democracy, Constitutional Proposals for Emerging Democracies, 1990, here only a 1p flyer on this book, published by the ISI, London, in PLP 1264.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., A Collectivist Australia? 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p76.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., An Alternative Tradition, 5pp, reviewing: “Prophets of Freedom and Enterprise” edited by Michael Ivens, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p198.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Animal Liberation, on Peter Singer’s book, same title, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p278.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Comments on Shirley Robin Letwin and Alan Ryan, 1988, 6pp, in PP 1146.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Education – Quality or Equality? 1978, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Equality Before (and after) the Law, 1979, 20pp, 42x, in PP 570, 6pp, in QUADRANT, in PP 418-419, p137.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Faith, Reason and Truth, 1970, 5pp, 29x, in PP 727.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Liberty, Equality and Unhappiness, 1978, 20pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397, also: 29x, in PP 711.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Liberty, Justice and Private Enterprise, 1976, 8pp, 36x, in PP 571.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Liberty, Justice and the Market, 1981, 14pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Liberty, Justice and the Market, 1981, 14pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Liberty, Justice and the Market, CIS, Occas. Papers No. 6, Australia, Dec. 81, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1566, headed: The Compatibility of Justice & the Market.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., Making Universities Accountable, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p329.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., The Libertarian Right, reviewing: R. Nozick’s Anarchy, State, and Utopia, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p194.
CHIPMAN, LAUCHLAN, Prof., To Each His Own, 1977, 9pp, 36x, in PP 571. – Is he still alive and active? I have not heard of him in years. – J.Z.
CHIPMAN, LAUGHLAN, Prof., Abortion: Time to Turn Back the Clock. Feminists’ Second Thoughts, QUADRANT, April 86, 4pp, in PP 1121.
CHISMAN, MARGARET, Being True to Yourself, Themes for group and self-exploration, 2pp leaflet for her book, ISI, in PP 1267. – Those centering their attention on psychology tend to ignore economic and political individual rights and liberties. – J.Z.
CHISMAN, MARGARET, Exercising the Imagination, 2pp ISI leaflet, in PP 890.
CHISMAN, MARGARET, Is Man Unique? 1985, 2pp, 29x, in PP 871.
CHISMAN, MARGARET, Opening the Mind’s Eye, 2pp ISI leaflet, in PP 890.
CHLORINATION OF WATER & DISEASE, PP 1170.
CHOCOLADE BOMBS, PP 1 & 2.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Along Pennsylvania Avenue, 2pp, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133. – Also in PP 1392: 122.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Educating for a Free Society, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1205.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Flight to Russia, 1959, 12pp, in PP 975.
CHODOROV, FRANK, From Solomon’s Yoke to the Income Tax, 17pp, 1947, in PP 916.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Fugitive Essays, 3pp review of the book, by Kenneth R. Gregg, Jr., in PP 1,007. How many of his essays had to be left out in this book, which could easily be reproduced on microfiche? When will libertarians make use of all their best options? – J.Z.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Fugitive Essays, Liberty Press, 1980, 416pp: 1 preview only, by EDMUND A. OPITZ, 264, in PP 1529- 33.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Grand Street Never Dies, 4pp, in PP 1418: 15.CHODOROV, FRANK, Land Speculation Endangers the Economy, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381-382.
CHODOROV, FRANK, MORLEY, F, ROTHBARD, M & HAZLITT, H., Voluntary Taxation? 4pp, 24x, in PP 336.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Peace or Politics, 1p, in PP 1132.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Rise and Fall of Society, 2pp review by Mildred L. Loomis, in PP 995. I have a copy and would like permission to microfilm this book. – J.Z.
CHODOROV, FRANK, see: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Frank Chodorov R.I.P., 6pp, in PP 984.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Shackles of Gold, 1952, 11pp, from Human Events, in the undated reprint of FEE, in its “In Brief” series, vol. 8, No. 3, with 2 pp of annotations by John Zube, in PP 979.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Source of Rights, FEE, 1954, 11pp, in PP 957.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Taxation Is Robbery, HUMAN EVENTS PAMPHLET, No. 15, Chicago, 1947, 20pp, in PP 1,020.
CHODOROV, FRANK, Taxes and Rent, editorial, 1p, from THE FREEMAN, Sep. 1939, in PP 1411/12: 410.
CHODOROV, FRANK, The Income Tax: Root of All Evil, review by JAMES DALE DAVIDSON, 1p: 22, in PP 1468.
CHODOROV, FRANK, The Individual and the Socialist Vision, 2pp, in PP 1132. This is probably one of many essays not to be found in the FUGITIVE ESSAYS collection by Liberty Press. Probably only extensive microfiche use can bring all fugitive essays together. – J.Z.
CHOICE IN CURRENCY, PP 145 – 146. See MONETARY FREEDOM, Free Banking.
CHOICE, 1139, see Freedom, Liberty, Rights, Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy, Personal Law.
CHOICE, Marrickville, independent monthly consumer magazine, 2pp adv. from THE OPEN ROAD, in PP 1323: 72.
CHOICE, Memphis, TN, ed by Phil Carden, n.d., 23pp, in PP 1,019. This seems to be the introductory issue. Stands for free banking and individual secessionism. For that reason I would love to film all other issues – if more appeared. – J.Z.
CHOLESTEROL, see DOUGLAS, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Dr., Eat Your Cholesterol, 6pp, n.d., no source, in PP 1141.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, 1984: Orwell’s and Ours, 6pp: 506, in PP 1484/85.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Das Gegenteil von Sozialismus, 1 S., reduziert, anarchistische Kritik der Sowjetunion. Aus? In PP 838.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Goals and Visions, 18pp: 23, in PP 1481. – See: PLUMWOOD, VAL, Noam Chomsky and Liberation Politics, 10pp: 30, in PP 1481.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, How the West Betrayed Timor, 1p, in PP 473. – I count myself part of “the West” but I did not betray any Timorese! – J.Z.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Letter of April 18, 95, stating his position to Sydney anarchists, in PP 471/472p260.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, PP 418/19p34.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Reflections on the Indochina Wars, 3pp, in PP 1425: 46.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Rich spy a chance to grab more, 2pp in THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 17 Jan. 95: 110, in PP 1471. – He does not refuse riches from those who share his prejudices and thus buy his books or expensive multimedia CD-ROMs. – J.Z.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Tasks for the student left, 7pp: 13, in PP 1501.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, The Rape of Timor, The Complicity of the West, 2pp, in PP 475.
CHOMSKY, NOAM, Visit to Australia, 4pp leaflet, in PP 467p95.
CHOPER, JESSE H., The Scope of National Power Vis-a-Vis the States: The Dispensability of Judicial Review, THE YALE LAW JOURNAL 86, July 77, 1552-1621, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p502, headed : Reviewing Judicial Review.
CHRIST, JESUS, AS A FREE SPEECH VICTIM, PP 1033.
CHRIST, JESUS, AS AN ANARCHIST, PP 392.
CHRIST, JESUS, ETHICS, compared with that of other religions, PP 373/75.
CHRIST, JESUS, HISTORICAL EFFECT OF NOT REVEALING ALL OF HIS RELIGION TO ALL OF HIS FOLLOWERS, PP 428ff: S.2297,
CHRIST, JESUS, How to Forget about Jesus & Change your Whole Life! PP 922.
CHRIST, JESUS, See: 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.
CHRIST, JESUS, Was Jesus a Communist? PP 633.
CHRIST, 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 micracles of the christian New Testament, and furnishing the key for unlocking many of its sacred mysteries, besides cromprising 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.
CHRISTENSEN, BRYCE J., Moral Crisis or Political Opening? 8p, in PP 1373/75 : 271.
CHRISTIAN ALTERNATIVE MOVEMENT OF AUSTRALIA, with “The Integrity Policies”, 1983, 3pp, 29x, in PP 724.
CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE & WAR, PP 408,
CHRISTIAN ECONOMICS, articles by GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., see PP 985.
CHRISTIAN LIBERTARIANISM, PP 182, 564, 612, 711, 724, 935, 985, 1012, 1020, 1099, 1133, see e.g. DIBELIUS, GREAVES, OPITZ, READ, TOLSTOY.
CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS MARCH TO THE RIGHT, a clipping from the Sydney Morning Herald, March 2, 96, 1pp, in PP 1377: 124.
CHRISTIANITY & EDUCATION, PP 1012.
CHRISTIANITY & WOMEN, PP 1098,
CHRISTIANITY, PP 534. See: Atheism.
CHRISTIANITY, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, Letter Against the Christians, to Steve Blatt, May 25, 1993, 9pp, in PP 1541/42: 217. – CAPLAN, BRYAN to ROD, on Christians, Sept. 2, 1993, 10pp , in PP 1541/42: 225. – BLATT, STEVEN to CAPLAN, BRYAN, Blatt Replies on Christians, 9pp, in PP 1541/42: 235.
CHRISTIANITY, See: SMITH, GEORGE H., Christianity and Liberty, 2pp, RELIGIOUS NOTES No. 8: 111, in PP 1516.
CHRISTIANSEN, GREGORY B., Mont Pelerin Society Buries Monetarism, competing currencies discussed instead, 1986, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 29.
CHRISTISON, MIKE, Science: Math or Mysticism? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 344.
CHRISTMAS, MEANING & ORIGIN, PP 1000, 1012.
CHRONICLE, monthly newsletter of the LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, Vol 1, Nos. 1,2,8 only, June 81 to Jan. 82, only ones on hand, 6pp, in PP 861. I/1, June 1981, & I/2, July 1981, 4pp, 29x, in PP 388. Even ISIL does not seem to have a full set of all its back issues. They seem to have been donated to a LP library in Canada and “cleaned out” there, by an over-eager “librarian”. If even libertarians do not love their own writings enough to keep them or bring them back in print and build complete libraries of them – then who will? – J.Z.
CHUKAYEFF, ALEXANDER V., The Private Farm Plot: A Challenge to Soviet Collectivization, 1967, 3pp, 24x, in PP 301.
CHUKUNTA, N.K. ONUOHA, Human Rights and the Brain Drain, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, 15, 1977, 281-287, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p382, headed: Rights and the “Brain Drain”.
CHURCH & POLITICS, See: GOODWIN, H.S., Rev. & CARMICHAEL, JOHN, The Church Political, 10pp, 60, in PP 1450.
CHURCH OF ETERNAL LIFE AND LIBERTY, THE, Resources for the Pursuit of Liberty, 2pp of addresses, 29x, in PP 388. See under CELL.
CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY, Creed, making 14 human rights points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
CHURCH, See: COSMOS, La Hipocresia de la Iglesia, 1p: 20, in PP 1494.- See: Religion, Atheism, Bible Criticism, Islam, Humanism, Rationalism.
CHURCHES, 373-375, 534, 542, 871, 1052-61 (LA Religious Notes 2).
CHURCHILL, WINSTON, The Menace of Land Monopoly, extracts from speeches, 1941, 14pp, 24x, in PP 181.
CHURCHILL, WINSTON, The People’s Land, 1909, 19pp, 29x, in PP 356.
CHURCHILL, WINSTON, The People’s Rights, 1909, 191pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 362.
CIA & FBI, PP 369.
CIAFFARDINI, DAVID, Radio Activist Defies FCC, SOUND CHOICE, No. 14, date? 1p, in PP 1,019.
CIBOSKI, KEN, Are Labor Unions Necessary in a Free Society? Yes – Ken Cibosky, No – Marick Payton, 3pp, in PP 1132.
CIE Report, March 1971, No. 1, 3pp, 29x in PP 743.
CIE, Compulsory Education, topical bibliography, 3pp, 29x in PP 743.
CIKEI : LOUW, LEON, Ciskei. Freest Economy on Earth? 2pp, in PP 1445: 148. Also, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 26.
CILIGA, ANTON, The Kronstadt Revolt, 1938, 4pp: 21, in PP 1525.
CIPKO, SERGE, Anarchism in Two Cities: Barcelona and Buenos Aires, 1880 – 1920, 8pp: 606; 6pp: 638, in PP 1484/85.CIPKO, SERGO, Zapatismo and Makhnovshchina: An Outline of the Ideologies of two Agrarian Movements, 13pp: 703, in PP 1484/85.CIRA BULLETIN No. 21, 47pp, 24x, in PP 64-65.
CIRA, Short history and current library services, 1p, 29x, in PP 415, p.132.
CIRC, COMMUNITY INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE, Tucson, empowering people, building community, enabling change, 2pp leaflet from Thomas H. Greco, in PP 25.
CIRCLE (A), ANARCHY IN ATLANTA, Nos. 11 – 13, 1985, 32p, in PP 1214. All on hand and more are not wanted. Not enough enlightenment comes from this circle. – J.Z.
CIRCULATION CHARTS FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE MONEY, PP 41.
CIRCULATION SPEED, ACCELLERATION, PP 428ffp2200.
CIS POLICY FORUMS 1, The Economics of Bureaucracy and Statutory Authorities, by Gordon Tullock, A.S. Watson, Peter L. Swan, Warren Hogan, G.W. Edwards, P.E. Rae, H. Geoffrey Brennan, 1983, 104pp, 36x, in PP 720.
CIS POLICY FORUMS 2, The Entrepreneur In Society, contributors: Barry Maley, Malcolm Fisher, Michael G. Porter, Neville Kennard, Israel M. Kirzner, 1983, 82pp, 29x, in PP 711.
CIS POLICY FORUMS 3, Changes in the Air? Issues in Domestic Aviation Policy, with contributions by Christopher Findlay, Michael Kirby, Frank Gallagher, P.J. Forsyth, David Starkie, Margaret Starrs, Colin Gannon, 1984, 112pp, 36x, in PP 719.
CIS POLICY FORUMS 4, Policies and Prescriptions, Current Directions in Health Policy, by Cotton M. Lindsay, Michael A. Walker, John Logan, John C. Goodman, Andrew S. Doman, J. Richardson, indexed, 1986, 211pp, 36x, in PP 721.
CIS POLICY FORUMS 5, Takeovers and Corporate Controls, Towards a New Regulatory Environment. The proceedings of conferences held in Auckland on 9 June 1986 and in Sydney on 13 June 1986, by the Centre for Independent Studies and The New Zealand Centre for Independent Studies, 1987, 246pp, 36x, in PP 718.
CIS POLICY REPORTS, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-3, Feb.85 – June 85, 36x, in PP 571. Further titles of CIS in 1146/47. They are separately listed. 3 leaflets, 4pp, 29x, in PP 713.
CISE, JERROLD G. VAN, For Whom the Antitrust Bells Tolls, HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW 56, 1978, 125-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p300, headed: Anti-Trust.
CISKEI, See: REPUBLIK CISKEI, Development reports, in German, from DIE WELT, 4 Dec. 1986, 16pp: 95, in PP 1505. – Some free enterprise is permitted there. – J.Z.
CITIES, CRISES, PP 290, 1015, 1158.
CITIES, See: 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.
CITIES: ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Saving our Cities, SIL position paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 300.
CITIES: HOFFMAN, D.P., Our Modern Cities Are Dying; Future Decentralization Will Be Necessary, 1p, 66, in PP 1386/91: 17. – They have mostly been dying, through their own low birth rate and repopulated by influx of country people. That process goes on and the countryside becomes relatively empty of people. 90% of the people in Australia live in the cities. – J.Z.
CITIES: SIEGAN, BERNARD H., Urban Sprawl, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 208.
CITIZEN STRIKE, See: LITTLE GUY, Fullerton, I/1, Oct. 79, Editor/publisher: Jack Matonis, The Newsletter for Citizens Strike, a non-profit organization dedicated to resistance against big government and taxation, 18pp: 81, in PP 1495. -Little guys have many options which they do not, as yet, appreciate and use sufficiently. E.g.: Self-publishing and reading on microfiche and text-only CD-ROMS. – J.Z. – See: Tax Strike.
CITIZENS AGAINST GOVERNMENT WASTE, Go after Government Waste before you Go after our Wallets, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1876.
CITIZEN’S CLAW, THE, May 84, sample issue, 8pp, A Freedom Movement Newspaper, ed. by S.A. Freeman, Citizens for Constitutional Law, 29x, in PP 676.
CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, Psychiatric Treatments Can Cause Unpredictable Violence in Colorado, 1p leaflet from this watchdog group established by the Church of Scientology, established in 1969. In PP 1137 & 1232. – I finally resorted to returning all Scientology mail unread and unopened to the sender. That may at last get me off their mailing lists. – I am just reading and recommend: Russell Miller, Bare-Faced Messiah, the true story of L.Ron Hubbard, Sphere Books , Penguin Group, 1987, indexed, 521pp, which certainly did not make the author popular with the Church of Scientology. – I do not think that L.R.H. had much to offer but he sold it and oversold it to an estimated 6 million people. Why can’t we sell sound freedom messages to more? – J.Z.
CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY, Washington, CSE & CSE Foundation Publication, 1990, 4pp sample, in PP 1133.
CITIZENSHIP PAPERS, PP 1150. Compare: ON PANARCHY.
CITY REPRESENTATION IN UN, PP 6.
CITY REVIVAL: ERNSBERGER, DON, Crisis in the Cities, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 396. – GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Urban Enterprise Zones revitalize Cities, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 402. – See: URBAN RENEWAL, HOUSING, HOMELESS.
CIVIL DEFENCE: COULSON, ROBERT E., Here Comes a Bureau, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 265, on civil defence.
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: KROK, PETER, Choosing the Path of Civil Disobedience, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 46.
CIVIL LIBERTIES, PP 418/19p1145, 729, 1043, 1072.
CIVIL LIBERTIES, Questionaire, 1p, Complete? Date? Publisher? Author? in PP 1,043.
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.
CIVIL LIBERTY & THE LANDED MAN, PP 1040.
CIVIL LIBERTY, WHAT IS CIVIL LIBERTY? PP 1074.
CIVIL LIBERTY: WHIPPLE, LEON, The Story of Civil Liberty in the U.S., N.Y., Vanguard Press, ACLU, 1927, indexed, 372pp, in PP 1426 : 1.
CIVILIAN-BASED DEFENSE, 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.
CIVILIZATION, PP 1012.CLANCY, ROBERT, 1914 – 1995, See: HENRY GEORGE NEWS, vol. 59, No. 2, March-April 95, Henry George School of Social Science, N.Y.C., 8pp, in PP 26.
CLANCY, ROBERT, A Survey of the Georgist Movement, 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381, Psychology and Economics, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297.
CLANCY, ROBERT, Free Trade: Practising what we Preach, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1197.
CLANCY, ROBERT, See: PP 26.
CLANDESTINE CONFIDENTIAL, II/1, Feb. 85, 4pp sample of a newsletter by Gerry L. Dexter, offering information on illegal broadcasting, in PP 1,043. Dec. 1988, 2pp leaflet on this pirate radio newsletter, in PP 1105.
CLARK FOR PRESIDENT COMMITTEE, 4 sheets of leaflets: 110, in PP 1491.
CLARK PRESIDENT NEWS, March/April 80, 8pp, in PP 1273.
CLARK, ALICIA GARCIA, The Welfare State vs. the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1415.
CLARK, ANDREW P., The Critical Legal Studies Movement, 3pp: 117, in PP 1463/64.
CLARK, COLIN & TABAH, LEON, The Decline of World Fertility, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p390.
CLARK, COLIN, Academia in Anarchy, reviewing: Academia in Anarchy – An Economic Diagnosis, by J.M. Buchanan and N.E. Devletoglou, 2pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p324.
CLARK, COLIN, Australia’s Wrong Turnings, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p70.
CLARK, COLIN, George Gilder and the Defence of Capitalism, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p230.
CLARK, COLIN, Inflation – The Cure, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p247.
CLARK, COLIN, Keynes on Taxation, 3pp in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p96.
CLARK, COLIN, Paying for Inflation, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p265.
CLARK, COLIN, Population and Depopulation, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.
CLARK, COLIN, Property and Economic Progress, 1945, 23pp, 29x, in PP 386.
CLARK, COLIN, Putting the “Population Explosion” in Perspective, 2nd. edition, 15pp, 29x, in PP 411.
CLARK, COLIN, Radical Tweedledees, on writings by E.L. Wheelwright, Robert Catley and Bruce McFarlane, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p119.
CLARK, COLIN, Schools can pay dividends, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.
CLARK, COLIN, The Social Limits to Growth, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p115.
CLARK, COLIN, The State of Economics, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p66.
CLARK, COLIN, Will Population Growth Lead to Famine or Plenty? 8pp, 36x, in PP 370. – If I could get them for this, I would like to fiche more of his writings. – J.Z.
CLARK, D., The I.W.W. in America, Part I, 11pp, Part II, 12pp, Part III, 12pp, 36x, in PP 412, pp60, 90, 166.
CLARK, D.L,, Single Tax, Free Trade & Land Values Taxation: Henry George in the Sydney Single Tax League, 24pp, 29x, in PP 509.
CLARK, ED, Exclusive Interview, by UPDATE: Clark Evaluates his Campaign, 4pp, in PP 277/278: 4.
CLARK, ED, Freeing Up the System, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 371.
CLARK, ED, Government Schools Impose Conflict & Coercion in our “Public” Schools, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 423.
CLARK, ED, Interview by UPDATE: Clark Evaluates His Campaign, 4pp, in PP 277.
CLARK, ED, On the Issues, 2pp, in PP 491.
CLARK, ED, Why I’m Running for President, 5pp, in PP 1432/1439: 547.
CLARK, ED., The 1984 Campaign. A Libertarian Perspective, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 303.
CLARK, GORDON, The Philosophy of Science and Belief in God, reviews only, by GEORGE H. SMITH & JOHN W. ROBBINS, 2pp, in PP 1367/68: 116.
CLARK, GREG, The Fort Collins Project, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 125.
CLARK, HOWARD, Making Nonviolent Revolution, Peace News Pamphlet No.1, 2nd. ed., 1981, 32pp, 29x, in PP 410.
CLARK, JOHN, The Anarchist Moment, Black Rose Books, 84, here only a review, 9pp, by YEOBRIGHT, CLYM, in PP 1401: 134.
CLARK, KENNETH R., Sense of freedom lures ’90s nomads to RV (road vehicle) living, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 164.
CLARK, LINDLEY H., Jr., How “Managed” Trade Would Really Work, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
CLARK, LINDLEY H., Jr., Should the Government Get out of Banking? TWSJ, 3.3.89 (?), 1p, in PP 1240.
CLARK, LORENNE M.G., Women and John Locke; or, Who Owns the Apples in the Garden of Eden? CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 7, 1977, 699-724, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p223. Headed: Locke vs. Women’s Property.
CLARK, RONALD W., Benjamin Franklin, Random House, N.Y., 1983, 530pp, 2pp review only, by ROBERT M. THORNTON: 431, in PP 1529-33.
CLARK, STEPHEN, Slaves & Citizens, 1985, 8pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.CLARK, WILSON A., Jr., Heinlein and Liberty: A Warning, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.CLARKE, ANTOINE & EVANS, TIM, A Conservative Manifesto for Scotland, 1989, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 42, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, 200 Years of Myth. What the “Declaration des Droits…” really said, 1989, 2pp, with an English translation of the Aug. 1789 text, LA Historical Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (If you are not only interested in official but in private human rights code drafts, which are often more radical, complete and consistent, see the collection of ca. 100 of them in PP 589/590. J.Z.)
CLARKE, ANTOINE, Currency Competition: Some Options Considered. ECONOMIC NOTES No. 59 of LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, 1994, 4pp, with select bibliography, in PP 1248. – Also in PP 1281/82.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, Euro-Scepticism Is not Libertariansim, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, Hobbe’s Theory of Human Nature: A Warning to Libertarians, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 73.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, Rolling back the State for Real, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 5.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, The Case for Written Constitutions, 96, 4p, in PP 1334/35: 33.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, The Micropolitics of Free Market Money: A Proposal, 1992, 7pp, LA Economic Notes No. 39, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
CLARKE, ANTOINE, The Precarious Influence of British Royalty, 1991, 2pp, LA Historical Notes No. 14, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (As a panarchist I say that Royalists should not have to associate with Republicans, Republicans not with Royalists and Democrats, Libertarians and Anarchists with neither, nor they with them. Then only INSTRUCTIVE influences would remain, warnings, or examples to be followed. Given a choice, millions, possibly hundreds of millions, would vote to be ruled rather by a Queen like Queen Elizabeth II than by their present prime ministers, presidents, dictators or tyrants, or by authoritarian “anarchists”, who want to “liberate” them of all their property. – J.Z., 11.2.93.)
CLARKE, IAN, The Coming Chaos and how to Avoid it, 2pp, 1983: 30, in PP 1513, on GEORGE HARDY’s book.
CLARKE, SIMON, The Right to Offend, 1p, in PP 1336-1339: 375.CLARKSON, JIM, How to Start your Own Private School, Interview by FREE TEXAS, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 427.
CLARKSON, ROBERT B., 3 leaflets from a freedom fighter, 3pp, in PP 1,043.
CLASS & STATE, PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 8).
CLASS ANALYSIS, 369. Whoever takes that serious has not analysed his notions of class. – J.Z.
CLASS STRUGGLE, PP 1132.
CLASS WARFARE, PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes 17), see Communism, General Strike, Strikes, Unions.
CLASSES & CLASS WARFARE NOTIONS, See: DOWLING, R.E., On Social Classes. Are they “Hypothetical Constructs” or “Actual Empirical Entities”? 1962, 10pp: 8, in PP 1471. – MAKINSON, D., On Marx’s Idea of Classes and the Interpretation of his “Great Law of Motion in History”, 5pp: 24, in PP 1471.
CLASSES, WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER, PP 424, 961. See also W. G. Sumner’s The Forgotten Man.
CLASSICAL LIBERALISM: HESS, KARL, Classical Liberalism: The Brightest Torch, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 427.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES, PP 830.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES FOR ORDERING AND RETRIEVING INFORMATION, PP 20/21.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES, See: BOWERS, KENT, A New Continuum, 2pp, on classification scheme, in PP 1269. See: ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, The Canadian Nolan Chart, 2pp on classification, in PP 1271.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES, See: MEYERS, DAVID MICHAEL, The Three-Dimensional Politico-Economic Spectrum, 4pp: 717, in PP 1457/62. – See: Classification Schemes.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES: CLIFTON, MERRTT, FREEDOM, STATUS QUO, SLAVERY, Merritt Clifton’s Global Model of Socio-Political Theory, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 420. – Another classification scheme for ideologies. – I am seeking more of them for a special issue on them. – J.Z.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES: FRITZ, MARSHALL, A true political spectrum, 2pp, in PP 1382/85: 247.
CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES: FRITZ, MARSHALL, Beyond Left/Right, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 192. – A disked version is now offered of Nolan’s classification chart and M.F.’s questionaire. – On a disk there should have been room for several other of the proposed classification schemes. – Why do so many people who have one answer do believe that they have the only one or the best of all possible ones ? Just their own faith that their own one is the only or best possible one is not a proof in the eyes of others. – J.Z.
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, POLITICAL SPECTRUM, 2 TO 3 DIMENSIONALS PP 176 (The Gentle Art of Name-Calling), 967, 1036, 1098, 1110, 1146, 1158. – I seek more such schemes for a special anthology of them. – J.Z.
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, See: NOLAN, DAVID F., Classifying & Analyzing Politico-Economic Systems, 7pp: 349, in PP 1457/62.
CLASTRES, PIERRE, Society against the State…., review only 2pp, by COOKE, ROBERT R., Faithless, Lawless & Kingless, in PP 1373/75: 189.
CLAUDE, INIS L., Jr., Just Wars: Doctrines and Institutions, POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 95, no. 1, Spring 80, 83-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1193, headed: Just Wars vs. No Wars.
CLAUSTROPHOBIA, Boundary Resistance, II/4, April 1978, 52pp, in PP 934. leaflet, 1p, for this combination of magazines & newsletters on space migration, life extenstion and libertarianism, 24x, in PP 50-54. (Could and should have been produced on microfiche and included many more. I would like to see all issues on microfiche but have so far only a few copies and am all too aware that I cannot handle all libertarian microfilming by myself. It increases my productivity “only” a hundredfold. So, do your own thing, but micrographically! J.Z.)
CLAXON, COLIN, The Threatened Environment, Part I, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p583.
CLAY, HENRY, 1832 speech in Defence of the American System, 22pp, 29x, in PP 602.
CLEARETHER! The all-purpose personal zine of Samuel Edward Konkin III, Long Beach, Oct. 17, 1976, 6pp, mainly of SF interest, in PP 1270.
CLEARING BANKS, PP 737, 810.
CLEARING CHEQUE DISCOUNT, PP 372.
CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES, PP 9 -11, 341.
CLEARING HOUSES, See: GORTON, GARY, Private Clearinghouses and the Origins of Central Banking, BUSINESS REVIEW, Winter 1986, of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 9pp, with ref., in PP 1248.
CLEARING MONEY AND INSURANCE, PP 11, 665,
CLEARING PRINCIPLE AND LONG TERM CREDITS, PP 428ff:p814,
CLEARING, COMPUTERIZED, see especially writings of CONRAD HOPMAN, LETS.
CLEARING, INTERNATIONAL, PP 973.
CLEARING, MEANS OF PAYMENT FOR CLEARING ONLY, PP 372.
CLEARING, PP 737, 865, 912, 969, see Barter, 795, 428ff:p120, see: MILHAUD, EDGARD, Der Internationale Kompensationsscheck, Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, 13. Jahrgang, Heft 2, Maerz-Dezember 1937, 317 S., in PP 973. See: BILGRAM, HUGO, A Commercial Clearing House.
CLEARING, WITH “IMPROVEMENTS”, according to Solneman, PP 906, see Schoenstein Plan, WIR, SAG, ESAG.
CLEARY, N.P., Go the Rights Way, Do the Rights Thing, a policy statement, 1984, 9 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
CLELLAND, BRIAN, U.S. Foreign Policy vs. the Third World, SLL leaflet, 3pp, 24x, in PP 182 & 1020.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, On Marriage, including: Sex Slavery, Bastard Born, They who Marry Do Ill, 32pp, in PP 1355: 46- 53.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE de, PP 231, 384.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, See: GOLDMAN, EMMA, Voltairine de Cleyre, reprint of 1939 Oriole Press edition, 42pp, in PP 1359: 1.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, See: PRESLEY, SHARON, Voltairine de Cleyre: A Woman against the State, 6pp: 133, in PP 501.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE de, Selected Works, 1914, 480pp, 29x, PP 231. Edited by Alexander Berkman, with a biographical sketch by Hippolyte Havel. (I still seek most writings by Havel. Such searches should not have to last decades. – J.Z.)
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, The Mexican Revolution, 6pp, in PP 1359.
CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE, de, The Eleventh of November 1887, Haymarket Memorial Speech by Voltairine de Cleyre, delivered in Chicago, 1901, an APE Reprint, 8pp, in PP 1,033.
CLICHES OF SOCIALISM, PP 75, see ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE BEST REFUTATIONS.
CLIFFE, R.A., Africa: No easy solution, SMH letter, 5 Feb. 83, with reply by J. Zube, 2pp, 29x, in PP 869.
CLIFTON, MERRIT, The First Americans Stand, 2p, in PP 1432/1439: 517, on Red Indians.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Consensus isn’t Freedom, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 701.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Freedom as Slavery, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 258.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Freedom Comes from Human Beings, 1p leaflet for the book, in PP 1432/1439: 742.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Ink and Anarchism, 5pp, Spring 78, 29x, in PP 243.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Learning Disabilities: What Publicity Doesn’t Tell, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 813.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Libs & Nukes, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 573.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Neither Left Nor Right, But Up, 3pp, with his classification chart, in PP 1432/1439: 963.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, The Akwesasne’s Fight for Freedom, 9pp, Fall 79 DANDELION, 29x, in PP 243.
CLIFTON, MERRITT, Wheel of Fortune: Gambling & Profit, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 633.
CLIFTON, MERRTT, FREEDOM, STATUS QUO, SLAVERY, Merritt Clifton’s Global Model of Socio-Political Theory, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 420. – Another classification scheme for ideologies. – I am seeking more of them for a special issue on them. – J.Z.
CLIMATE CHANGE: IDRIESS, ION L., The Great Boomerang, 1945 – 1953, 259pp, plus illustrations, in PP 1443/44: 171-242.
CLINARD, FRANK, Drug Testing Fails on Three Counts, 1p, 1986, in PP 1270.
CLINCHY, RUSSELL J., Charity: Biblical & Political, 5pp, in PP 499.
CLINCHY, RUSSELL J., What Does Freedom Mean To You? 1952, 23pp, 29x, in PP 359 & 961.
CLINTON, WILLIAM J., Continuation of Emergency Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction, 1997, 1p, in PP1534: 139. – He can’t even rightly control his sex drive, inflation, unemployment, taxation and government spending – but he believes that he can control nuclear “weapons” – world-wide. Nor has he got the good sense to apply Sir Thomas Moore’s defence policy, which was described in his chapter On Warfare in “Utopia”. But he is certainly eager to get more and more power into his own hands so that one day he might come to be described as a tyrant, too, if he isn’t already, through the possession and decision-making “right” on ABC mass murder devices. – J.Z.
CLIPBOARD, Denver, Colorado Libertarian Party, CLiPboard, April 1990, 8pp: 106, in PP 1528.
CLITES, ROGER M., Creating Future Poor, 2pp: 491, in PP 1529- 33.
CLITES, ROGER M., Through Other’s Eyes, 4pp: 360, in PP 1529- 33.
CLOES, R.M., The Significance of Wertfrei in Praxeology, 4pp, in PP 995. I see no value or significance in this revival attempt for utilitarianism. Whoever tries to bypass what already exists, however still confused and uninformed, of the moral nature of man, will not fully reach and convince and motivate him. – J.Z.
CLOES, ROBERT M., The Praxeological Approach, 4pp: 621, in PP 1457/62.
CLONING, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Clone On! The Nature-Nurture Controversy and how Human Cloning Will Illuminate it, 2pp, SCIENTIFIC NOTES No. 12: 113, in PP 1516.
CLOSED & OPEN SHOPS: ROBERTS, LOIS, Labor Legislation: The Shop that Government Built, 7pp (On closed & open shops, right to work laws & freedom of contract – under coercive unionism. – J.Z.), in PP 1376: 132.
CLOSED SHOPS & CONSERVATISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 41).
CLOSED SHOPS & OPEN SHOPS, PP 959.
CLOSING HOURS, PP 199.
CLOUGH, ROBERT, The Possibility of the Individual, 13pp, in PP 1440/42: 182 – Mere claptrap of a psychologist? – J.Z.
CLOWES, BRIAN et al, PRO LIFE ORGANIZATIONS, American Life League’s Pro-Life Activist’s Encyclopaedia, 1998, reduced by me to 26pp, starting on sheet 174 – after manually eliminating up to 7 empty lines between the entries. Is there an easy and automatic way to eliminate empty lines with WORD 97? I do not want to waste too many even of the already very cheap microfiche frame pages. On screen this waste does not seem to matter, except that you are forced to scroll more often. – The non-religious objectors may already outnumber the religious ones, which ought to give the dogmatic pro-abortionists at least some cause for thought and re-consideration, if they are at all capable of this. – J.Z.
CLOWES, GEORGE, Cut RTA Deficit with more Competition, 1985, 3pp on mass transit, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.CLUB SOVEREIGN INTERNATIONAL, See: FRASER, IAN, Club Sovereign International, “People Who Are Achieving Privacy, Prosperity and Peace of Mind”, 1998, 6pp, in PP 1537: 183. – There are limits to achieving that within the nation-wide territorial concentration camps and under nuclear “umbrellas”.- J.Z.
CLYDE ADAMS III, A Short “Time Travel” Bibliography, 1p, in PP 1,000. (Among his first microfiche to be filmed is one of the classic writings on the concept of time. But he wants to fix his scanning system first – however long that might take. 9 years later it is, apparently, still not fixed or has not led him to micrographic publishing productivity. – J.Z.)
CLYDE ADAMS III, Court Case of Clyde Adams III, charged with unlicensed moped driving, 33pp, in PP 1,000. Let us licence or refuse to licence bureaucrats and politicians, their constitutions, laws, taxes and juridical and protective systems, as individual options. Spooner rejected their anonymous “authorization” by a band of robbers and despots, calling themselves free voters, democrats and republicans. – J.Z.
CLYDE, ETHEL, SCHROEDER, THEODORE, What About You? edited and with an introduction by Ethel Clyde, N.Y., Psychological Library, 1951, 60pp, in PP 987.
COAL INDUSTRY, PP 239.
COALITION AFFIRMING FREEDOM IN EDUCATION, CAFE, 6pp pamphlet, 29x, in PP 712.
COALITION AGAINST POLICE VIOLENCE, THE, 2pp: 10, in PP 1481.
COALITION FOR A NEW FOREIGN AND MILITARY POLICY, Leaflet, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 870.
COALITION, The NTU Newsletter for Local Groups, edited by Sally Cromwell, 4pp, April – May, what year? 1978 according to a sign of a demo. Only sample on hand, in PP 1142.
COALITIONS, ALIGNMENTS & ALLIANCES: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., On Coalitions & Alignments, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 881.
COASE, R.H., The Lighthouse in Economics, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS, 17, 1974, 357-376, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p127. Headed: Choice and Spontaneous Order.
COASE, RONALD H., The Wealth of Nations, ECONOMIC INQUIRY, 15, July 1977, 309-325, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p191. Headed: Adam Smith’s Achievements.
COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS, Cliches of Socialism, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 727.
COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS, FREE ENTERPRISE, Myths and Truths, 64pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.
COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS, THE IDEOLOGICAL WAR, Communist Myths and American Truths, 58pp, 29x, in PP 392.
COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS, THE IDEOLOGICAL WAR, Supplement of 1967, 48pp, 36x, in PP 414. Does SFS still exist & has it produced more such material?
COBB, J.M., Consumer Persecution, 2pp, mainly on AMA and FDA: 332, in PP 1457/62.
COBB, J.M., Lurking in the Wings, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
COBB, JOE M., Free Trade, The Foundation of Libertarian Social Theory, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1,011.
COBB, JOE, An Economic Bill of Rights, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 305.
COBB, JOE, Artificial Money: The S.D.R. Special Drawing Rights form the I.M.F., n.d., 5pp, in PP 1186.
COBB, JOE, Energy Policy in Fantasyland, 1p, in PP 26.
COBB, JOE, Free Trade, a leaflet, 2 pp, 24x, in PP 48-49. SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290. – Also in PP 1490/10: 234.
COBB, JOE, Free trade, the historic way to peace, 1p, SIL, in PP 1382/85: 291.
COBB, JOE, Free Trade. Anything that’s Peaceful, 6pp, in PP 1445: 10. – The same title, with another subtitle, was previously fiched.
COBB, JOE, Government Allocation Programs: Producing Corruption, Not Energy, 4pp: 276, in PP 1506/07.
COBB, JOE, Opportunity Costs and A Monetary Constitution, 1984, 13pp, in PP 1185.
COBB, JOE, reviewing Henry Mark Holzer, Government’s Money Monopoly, 1982, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.
COBB, JOE, The Fallacy of Central Banking, NOMOS, Autumn 83, 4pp, 48x, in PP 740.
COBB, JOE, The First Principle, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 131.
COBB, JOE, The Income Tax Must GO! 30pp booklet, here only in 1p review, in PP 277/278: 111. – 1p review in UPDATE, in PP 277.
COBB, JOE, What to Do about Money? 1p, in REASON, March 1981, review of : “The Coming Currency Collapse”, by Jerome F. Smith, in PP 913.
COBB, JOE, Why Do Monetary Economists Disagree, 1984, 12pp, in PP 1185.
COBBETT, WILLIAM, A Sketch of Paine, in: CONWAY, M.C.: PAINE, in PP 23 & 24.
COBDEN CLUB, Leaflet No. 192, The Lessons of the German War Tax, the fiasco of protection, 1913, 4pp, in PP 497/498.
COBDEN CLUB, Some further Leaflets: Nos. 14, 22, 42, 80, 84, 86 -89, 91 – 93, 114, in PP 1101.
COBDEN CLUB, Tariff Makers, their Aims and Methods, The Cobden Club’s Reply to Mr. Chamberlain, 1909, 29x, in PP 620.
COBDEN, RICHARD, Free Trade, 13pp, 29x, in PP 602.
COBDEN, RICHARD, Landlords Threw Off Their Taxes, 1p, from a speech, 24x, in PP 181.
COBDEN, RICHARD, PP 1145, 1184. See FREE TRADE.
COBDEN, RICHARD, 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.
COBDEN, RICHARD, see SCHWABE, SALIS, Mme., Richard Cobden, Notes sur ses voyages, correspondances et souvenirs, recuellies, par Mme. Salis Schwabe, avec une preface to M. G. de Molinari (7pp), Paris, 1879, 400pp, in PP 1145.
COBDEN, RICHARD, Speeches on Free Trade, 1903 edition, 232pp, 29x, in PP 625
COBDEN, RICHARD, The International Man, PP 344.
COCHRAN, M.H., Germany Not Guilty in 1914, 1931, 1972 reprint by Ralph Myles Publisher, Colorado Springs, 236p: 1, in PP 1500. – A whole country, i.e., its whole population, is NEVER collectively guilty, especially when its people, not even its majority, are not free to make e.g. war & peace decisions. – ALL TERRITORIAl States are WARFARE STATES, at least towards their more or less suppressed minority groups. They were and are even unable to agree upon rightful war- and peace aims. There exists no innocent TERRITORIAL State, government, political, bureaucratic, law, regulation, police or justice system. Not only German leaders, institutions, ideas and practices were immoral and flawed in 1914 – or are today. All fail to declare and stick to rightful war aims and warfare methods. The very use of “Germany” implies already wrongful collective notions. But the author rightly attacks the “sole culprit” notion. Germany’s compulsory territorial “unity” and monopoly decision – making power on war and peace, conscription, taxation, monetary despotism, protectionism, etc., were just as much contributing factors as those of other countries. See my 2 peace books in PP 16-18 & 61-63 on this. – As within most “conspiracy books”, the basic and non-personal causal factors of war and other crises are here overlooked as well. Not even the “principle” of “collective responsibility” is clearly stated and refuted. All the points dealt with here and offered as “explanations”, do deal only with the official pretences, declarations and actions rather than with the real root motives and causal factors of war that are inherent in territorial, monopolistic, coercive, centralized institutions that are imposed upon a large percentage of the population in almost every country. – What is offered here, instead, is the journalistic to diplomatic to ruling point of view of “Realpolitik”, i.e., the ones of “court watchers” and of the power- and war mongers themselves. The pawns do not count, except as involuntary sacrifices, in this game of mutual slaughter to victory of the SUBJECTS of one or the other regime or alliance or to stalemate and another armistice, until they are ready again, for another game of war-chess. However, at least some of the popular prejudices are here refuted. – PIOT, J.Z., 26.5.98.
COCKINGTON, JAMES, The Divine, 1p, 828, in PP 1457/62. – Clipping on a water diviner or dowser. Science does not always stick to facts and observations, especially when they are contrary to preconceived notions and models. – J.Z.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Coping with the IRD Blues, 2pp (NZ IRS), in PP 1336-39: 65.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Eat, Drink, and Be Merry … & tomorrow you Won’t Die, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 229.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Green Goings On, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 437.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Lock up your daughters, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 309. “…it’s even more important for parents to be libertarians.”
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Look what Nanny Did when our Backs Were Turned, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 281.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Orwellian Doublespeak, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 9.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, PC Paternalism (political correctness) 1p, in PP 1336-39: 422.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Reiterate Rand! 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 469. – Not where she was wrong! But, by all means, discuss all her views, thoroughly! – J.Z.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Scum of the Earth, a 2pp review of: JOHNSON, PAUL, Intellectuals, in PP 1336 – 39: 123.
CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, UN World Disorder, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 373.
COERCION, SOCIETY WITHOUT -, 302. See Anarchism, Free Society, Nonviolence,
COEXISTENCE, PEACEFUL, On the Rightful Alternative to “Peaceful Coexistence”, between territorial States, 1 & 2. See On Panarchy, Tolerance, Exterritorial Organization etc.
COFER, CHARLES N., The History of the Concept of Motivation, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 17, Jan. 81, 48-53, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1684, headed: The History of Motivation.
COFFEE HOUSES, For discussions, See: MATTERESE, NICK & WHEELER, WALLY, Last Exit Cafe, on a discussion coffee house, 1p, in PP 493. Compare also the program in PP 61-63.
COGITATIONS, Scituate, MA, I/7 (1974), II/1+2, 36pp, editor David Narlee, in PP 1133. These contain An Interview with Nicholas Raeder, 16pp. II/10 & III/1, 1976, 2 samples, 29x, in PP 859.
COGNITIVE DISSIDENTS, Rochester, N.Y., II/1, January 1988, 12pp, in PP 980. II/3, Sep. 1988, 12pp, in PP 1,031.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Agnosticism or …? 16pp: 51, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Christianity & Ethics, 16pp: 59, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Christianity & Slavery, 16pp: 55, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Deity and Design, 16pp: 35, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Did Jesus Christ Exist? n.d., 15pp: 1, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Freethought & the Child, 16pp: 47, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Giving ’em Hell, 16pp: 31, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Gods & their Makers, 15pp: 27, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Morality without God, 15pp: 4, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Must We Have a Religion? 14pp: 16, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Primitive Survivals in Modern Thought, review by GEORGE H. SMITH, 1p: 52, in PP 1468.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, The Devil, 16pp: 19, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Thomas Paine, n.d., National Secular Society, 56pp: 24, in PP 1477.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Thou Shalt not Suffer a Witch to Live, 16pp: 43, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, What Is Freethought? 16pp: 23, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, What Is the Use of a Future Life? 16pp: 39, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, What Is the Use of Prayer? 16pp: 8, in PP 1496.
COHEN, CHAPMAN, Woman and Christianity, 16pp: 12, in PP 1496.
COHEN, DAVID, Anti-Nuclearism Ten Years On, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 48.
COHEN, DAVID, Dr., Taking Drudgery out of School – towards an Uninhibited Future, 2pp, 1971, 36x, in PP 714.
COHEN, DAVID, English as she Is Spoke, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 253.
COHEN, DAVID, Judgement day in Israel, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 104.
COHEN, DAVID, Liberty’s Soiled Cradle, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39:160.
COHEN, DAVID, Paglia, Bloody Paglia, review, 2pp, of “Vamps & Tramps” by Camille Paglia, in PP 1336 – 39: 322.
COHEN, DAVID, Please, Nanny, May I Have a Cigarette? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 74.
COHEN, DAVID, Precociousness or Pretentiousness? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 352.
COHEN, DAVID, Remembering Reagan, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 196.
COHEN, G.A., Freedom, Justice and Capitalism, NEW LEFT REVIEW, No. 126, March/April 81, 3-16, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1566, headed: Is Capitalism Free & Just?
COHEN, HENRY, editor, PROUDHON’S SOLUTION OF THE SOCIAL PROBLEM, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1927, 236pp, in PP 972. Contains an introduction by the editor, relevant extracts from Proudhon’s writings, Dana’s Proudhon and his Bank of the People and Greene’s Mutual Banking. – Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1927, 236pp, in PP 972.
COHEN, HENRY, Petition for a Mutual Banking Law, including An Act to Permit the Forming of Mutual Banking Associations, 2pp, in PP 1393.
COHEN, HENRY, to LABADIE, LAURANCE, 1p, in PP 1393.
COHEN, HENRY, to SCOTT, 1p, in PP 1393.
COHEN, JOHN, National Sovereignty, 1/2 page, 29x, in PP 1 & 2.
COHEN, JOSEPH J. & ALEXIS C. FERM, The Modern School of Stelton, 1925, 122pp, in PP 955.
COHEN, JOSEPH J., The Right to Self-Determination, 1951, 4pp, 29x, in PP 542.
COHEN, LESTER H., The American Revolution and Natural Law Theory, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 39, July/Sep. 78, 491-502, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p376, headed: Was the Revolution Objectively Necessary?
COHEN, STEPHEN, Gewirth’s Rationalism: Who Is a Moral Agent? ETHICS 89, Jan. 79, 179-190, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p873, headed: Gewirth: Is Virtue Knowledge?
COIN WORLD, 1980, Kansas City Man Seeks Gold-Based Stability, clipping, in PP 787.
COINS, INVESTMENT IN RARE COINS, 739. I would rather have more people invest in rare ideas. See Ideas Archive, Libertarian Library, Libertarian Encyclopedia, LMP. In this they could act as independently and favour their own ideas as much as they liked. – J.Z.
COLD WAR, ORIGIN, PP 984.
COLE, WAYNE S., Charles A. Lindbergh and the Battle against American Intervention in WW II, 1p review by L.LIGGIO, in PP 1367/68: 40.
COLECTIVO ANARQUISTA ANTI-ODIO, Capitalism cannot be reformed, 1p flyer. Can anti-capitalism be reformed? J.Z., in PP 1355: 108.
COLEMAN, JULES L., Efficiency, Exchange, and Auction: Philosophic Aspects of the Economic Approach to Law, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 68, March 80, 221-249, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1490, headed: The Economic Approach to Law.
COLEMAN, PETER J., The Rule of Law in England, 2pp, in PP 1153.
COLEMAN, PETER, Upper Houses, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.
COLLECTIONS ON MICROFILM, Similar or related to that of LMP, offered by other microfilm publishers, 15pp listing, in PP1508/09, pages 852-866.
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, see: SCOVILLE, JOHN W., THE THEORY OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, an address delivered before the Detroit Kiwanis Club, 12pp, 1944, with a 2pp excerpt of the above: Collective Bargaining Wrong in Principle, in PP 1,005. See also PP 1139.
COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONVICTED CRIMINALS, for all costs and damages through all crimes of a similar kind, See: PP 13 & 15. – Possibly the only case where it could be rightfully applied. The only alternatives, in practice, are, either to forget about their victims or to hold the innocents and the victims collectively responsible with the guilty ones, through taxation and official indemnification. It would not be right or satisfactory to achieve indemnifications or mere indemnification claims towards unfinancial convicts or former convicts, only for those cases for which individual criminals have been caught and convicted. That would cover only a small fraction of all crime damage. Crime, as a whole, could be rendered unprofitable for criminals & they could be given an individually strong financial and sentence reduction incentive to dob in those not yet caught or convicted. The trend of “honour among thieves” could become reversed. – J.Z.
COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY. PP 425.
COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY? See: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, The Myth of a Guilty Nation, reviewed by JAMES J. MARTIN, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 15. – ONE of the all too many significant books allowed to get out of print. Not only the Hutus and Tutus apply this “principle” murderously against each other. – Some libertarians advocate it with “modern”, “scientific” and “efficient” nuclear “weapons”. – J.Z.
COLLECTIVE WISDOM? PP 201.
COLLECTIVISM, PP 489, 537, 1034, 1121, 1132, see SOCIALISM, COLLECTIVIST CLAIMS WRONGLY STATED AS RIGHTS, PP 589/90.
COLLECTIVISM, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Collective Rights? 1p: 19, in PP 1515.
COLLECTIVISM, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Collectivist Fallacy, 1984, 8pp: 573, in PP 1529- 33.
COLLECTIVISM, See: MEEK, NIGEL, Racism, Collectivism and Social Psychology, 4pp, PSYCHOLOGICAL NOTES No. 12: 107, in PP 1516.
COLLECTIVISM: SMITH, PHILIP, More collectivist cliches, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 256.COLLECTIVISM: WALTER, DAVID K. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., War and Peace, Collectivism vs. Capitalism, SIL position paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 296.
COLLEGE OF COMPLEXES, Weekly free speech forum at the Wayside Chapel, Kings Cross, Sydney, 1p, 115, in PP 1451.
COLLINS, F. HOWARD, Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy of Herbert Spencer, with a preface by Herbert Spencer, 5th ed., the philosophy completed and in part revised, 1901, 711pp, indexed, in PP 820 & 821.
COLLINS, GEORGE L., Land Value Taxation – An Incentive to Business, Housing, Jobs and a Stable Revenue Base for Philadelphia, 1979, 6pp, 36x, in PP 381.
COLLINS, Hugh, ‘A Vast Public Utility’: The State in Australians’ Experience and Expectations, 11pp, CIS, 1986, 29x, in PP 733.
COLLINS, MARVA N., Relighting the Candles of Excellence across America, n.d., 17pp, in PP 999, on education.
COLLISON, WILLIAM, The Apostle of Free Labour, the life story of William Collison, founder and Gen. Sec. of the National Free Labour Assoc., told by himself, 1913, 336pp, indexed, 36x, PP 550. He had not call girls but strike breakers on call – and protected them, giving the strikers time to think whether and where they could get better offers for their labour and to seek out such options. Whoever gives notice and is more satisfied with another job, is effectively on permanent strike against his former employer and those who continue to work for his former employer, are scabs against him. Be he does not mind, because he has looked around and sold his labour more profitably. Freedom of contracts does always offer workers a better deal than strikes do, especially when it includes monetary and financial freedom and other economic liberties. – J.Z.
COLONIALISM & LIBERALISM, PP 696.
COLONIST, THE, Creating a Spacefaring Civilization That Will Establish Communities Beyond Earth, by Houston Space Society, Vol. II, Nor. 3, Sep. 89, 13pp sample, only on hand, in PP 1108.
COLT, SAM, See: KEATING, BERN, Henry Ford, Move Over! 7pp: 63, in PP 1506/07. – On Sam Colt, as the inventor of mass production, “driven into bankruptcy by his country’s military”. – And all too many, governments excepted, are now deprived of his main invention! – Government officials, especially members of some police and military forces, do and should fear arms in the hands of the people, particularly the decent citizens. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA, 5th ed., 1993, Extraterritoriality or exterritoriality, 1p from IN in PP 1540: 208. – On panarchism. – It offers such information free of charge to dozens of millions on the Internet – but still wants to claim copyrights. If only we had better memories all copyrights claims would be in vain. Maybe there will be a memory pill one day, that will indirectly abolish copyrights. – J.Z.
COLUMBO, EDUARDO, Argentina: The F.O.R.A., Special Supplement, on Sydnicalism in Practice, by REBEL WORKER, No. 2, 6pp, 29x, in PP 871.
COLVER-HAVER PLANK, Amendment to Children’s Rights Plank, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 50.
COLWELL, STEPHEN, The Ways and Means of Payment, 1859, 1965, 578pp, in PP 1194 & 1195. Free Banking Series.
COMENIUS-ANTIQUARIAT, Bern, Anarchismus Liste, n.d., 20 S.: 118, in PP 1503.
COMFORT, ALEX, Delinquency, August 1950 lecture, 1951, London, Freedom Press, 16pp: 118, in PP 1489.
COMFORT, ALEX, More Joy: A Lovemaking Companion to the Joy of Sex, reviewed by KARL T. PFLOCK, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 16.
COMMENTARY BOOKS, Christmas Reading, 1992? 4pp, from Wahroonga, N.S.W. – apparently associated with THE CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES, St. Leonards, N.S.W., in PP 1137.
COMMENTARY ON LIBERTY, Journal of the Philadelphia County Young Americans for Freedom, later: Journal of Pennsylvania Society for Individual Liberty, incomplete, 67-71, 241pp, in PP 1409/10: 1.
COMMERCIAL BANKING, THE LOST ART OF, PP 792, 906 & 996 (A better copy). See REAL BILLS DOCTRINE, MONETARY FREEDOM, BILL OF EXCHANGE DISCOUNTING.
COMMERCIAL BILL DISCOUNT – see REAL BILLS DOCTRINE.
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.
COMMITTEE FOR A FREE NICARAGUA, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 864.
COMMITTEE FOR AN ECONOMIC BILL OF RIGHTS, Bill of Rights, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 414.
COMMITTEE FOR AN ECONOMIC BILL OF RIGHTS, draft of 4 sections, 2pp, in PP 1311: 75.
COMMITTEE FOR CENSUS PRIVACY, Washington, 2pp, signed by Don Ernsberger, in PP 1139.
COMMITTEE FOR MONETARY RESEARCH & EDUCATION, here only a 2pp list of publications, in PP 972. LMP intends to reproduce many to all of its booklets but has not yet got a full set together. Missing in my collection are so far: Nos. 12, 15, 18, 20-22, 24, 28-33, 37, 42, 44-46, 48ff. Alas, It does not offer the full range of monetary freedom ideas. But that should not surprise anyone who realizes how rare monetary freedom writings are in bookshops and libraries. – J.Z.
COMMITTEE FOR MONETARY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION, Invitation to Feb./Mar. 87 meeting: The Dollar – Reserve Currency of the World, 3pp, in PP 25. – No sound currency needs a reserve currency, no more so than do kilogramme, meter and liter measures need meter, liter and kilogramme “reserves”! I have a box with an incomplete set of their publications. Some are of some monetary freedom interest & I intend to film what I got, when I get around to it. – I know of no monetary research institution prepared to examine all aspects of monetary freedom. Nor has any other institution known to me published as much on this subject as LMP and my other hat has: Research Centre for Monetary and Financial Freedom. – J.Z.
COMMITTEE FOR MONETARY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION, See: MEN AND MONEY, Newsletter of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education, XV/1, August 1990, 27pp, in PP 1240.
COMMITTEE FOR NON-COMMUNIST BANKING (Committee for Free Market Banking), 1p, in PP 25.
COMMITTEE FOR REFERENDUM 41, on money system review, 1987, 2pp leaflet, in PP 791.
COMMITTEE FOR THE BILL OF RIGHTS, The Bill of Rights Is Under Attack, 1p, 1990, in PP 961. Washington, n.d., 1p, in PP 1,040.
COMMITTEE TO ABOLISH THE FED, CTAF, The Anti-Fed Report, January 1989, 4pp. An attack on Trilateralism and the scheme for a world central bank. In PP 971.
COMMITTEE TO ABOLISH THE FED, THE, a 2pp leaflet, on its Mises Institute Conference on the Federal Reserve System, Sep. 86. (I would like to obtain and to film all papers there given. – J.Z.) In ??? – I will correct such mistakes once I have the List of Peace Plans by PP Nos. all digitized, to facilitate searches. – J.Z.
COMMITTEE TO RESTORE THE CONSTITUTION, BULLETIN, Sept. 86 sample, 6pp, Plunder, American Style, 2pp leaflet, 48x, in PP 739.
COMMODITY TECHNICAL TRADING CO., Move into Gold, 1p adv., 87, 29x, in PP 738.
COMMON GOOD & FREE PERSONS, 1027. See PUBLIC INTEREST, WELFARE STATE, PROPERTY, INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, STATE, FREE SOCIETY, VOLUNTARISM, DIRIGISM, STATISM, DEMOCRACY, VOTING.
COMMON LAW vs. LEGISLATION, 1052-61 (LA Legal Notes 10 & 13). See: Human Rights, Natural Law, Personal Law, On Panarchy.
COMMON LAW: DAVIS, NORMAN, Common Law and a Free Society, 4pp,
COMMON MARKET FOR WEST PACIFIC, in PP 1 & 2.
COMMON SECURITY, 914. Also known as Collective Security. See: Alliances, World State, UN, Defence, NATO, Power Blocks, Balance of Power, Militia. Peace between territorial monopoly States, which are inherently warfare States, is merely an unrealistic dream. What they can achieve are only temporary and local armistices. – J.Z.
COMMON SENSE PUBLICATIONS (Australian FEE), literature list, 2pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.
COMMON SENSE, Brisbane, Nos. 16-35 (first to 4/84), ed. Viv Forbes, 29x, in PP 521/522, Nos. 36-42, Sept. 84 – May 86, 72pp, 29x, in PP 699. Nos. 43 – 48, Dec. 86 – Aug. 89, 52pp, in PP 920. – The May 1986 issue, containing Viv Forbes: But What Can I Do?, 8pp, with list of some Australian freedom addresses, separately: 42x, in PP 637, No. 28, May 1985, A New Magna Charta: The New Charter of Freedom, 10 points, 48x, in PP 589/590. – More issues will be filmed if and when they become available for this. I can’t afford to subscribe to this and many other good libertarian publications, at least not until LMP takes off. And why should I be more interested than their publishers are, to keep all anarchist and libertarian back issues in print, at least in one format? If they do not sufficiently care for them, why should I? Look after the children of your intellect yourself! – J.Z.
COMMON SENSE, Rosevale, No. 121, May 96, 2pp, in PP 1393: 109.
COMMON SENSE, Rosevale, Qld., Nos. 96 & 97, July & Aug. 94, 6pp, published by Viv Forbes, in PP 1270.
COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF CALIFORNA, Local Option in Taxation, 19pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.
COMMUNE OF PARIS, PP 1155.
COMMUNES DIRECTORY, 1989, PP 956 (Communities & Coops also), COMMUNISM : PHELAN, TOWNER, The Secret Strength of Communism, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 338. – Our Welfare States.
COMMUNISM BY VOTING? PP 6.
COMMUNISM, GETTING RID OF, PP 311. Ideas can be ultimately defeated only by freedom to practice them, at the own expense and risk. See ON PANARCHY. J.Z.
COMMUNISM, Not in Russia, according to Emma Goldman: PP 618.
COMMUNISM, PP 12, 225, 405/6, 425, 604, 694, 705, 724, 756, 696, 525, 698, 955, 984, 1019, 1142, see Marx.
COMMUNISM, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, Museum of Communism FAQ, version 1.2, 30pp , in PP 1541/42: 149 & CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Menshevik’s Critiqiue of Bolshevism and the Bolshevic State, n.d., 19pp, in PP 1541/42: 179. – He demonstrates that M. & B. were all too much alike. I read somewhere that Trotzky was prepared to sacrifice 75% of the population to make his kind of revolution succeed. – J.Z.
COMMUNISM, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Market Prices vs. Communist Demands, 5pp: 371, in PP 1529- 33.
COMMUNIST AGRICULTURE, PP 530.COMMUNIST ANARCHISM, CRITICIZED, PP 283-285.COMMUNIST ANARCHISM, PP 283 – 285, 349, 391, 412, 616, 921, 955, 1020, 1078, 1086, 1101 1157, 1163. See Anarchism & Individualist Anarchism, PIERRE RAMUS, SYNDICALISM. Voluntary communism is tolerable for dissenters, aggressive communism, even of the “anarchist” variety, is not. – J.Z.
COMMUNIST MANIFESTO, Comparison between the 10 points of the Communist Manifesto and current US laws, 1p, in PP 1247.
COMMUNIST MANIFESTO, Origins, Real, 412p390.
COMMUNIST PARTY, See : LOUDON, TREVOR, Working Class Zeros. A Brief History of the (ex) Communist Party, 4pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 261.
COMMUNITIES, See : LOCKWOOD, GEORGE B., The New Harmony Movement, 1905, 1970, 416pp, with index and bibliography, in PP 1309: 1-105.
COMMUNITY ACTION KIT, 838, see ACTIVISM HANDBOOKS.
COMMUNITY AID ABROAD, Australia’s Military Exports to the Third World, a 4-page special feature, Winter 91, in PP 1,034.
COMMUNITY AID ABROAD, merged with FREEDOM FROM HUNGER, 4pp leaflet, with 1p letter by John Zube, 30 June 95, in PP 1276.
COMMUNITY CURRENCY, PP 971,
COMMUNITY ECONOMICS, No. 18, Summer 1989, by Institute for Community Economics, 16pp, in PP 1394: 71. – To me “community” economics does not make any more sense than “national” or “world” economics. – J.Z.
COMMUNITY INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE, Tucson, empowering people, building community, enabling change, 2pp leaflet from Thomas H. Greco, in PP 25.
COMMUNITY LAND TRUST CONFERENCE, Heathcote, June 6-8,86, 1p leaflet, in PP 1411/12: 408.
COMMUNITY SERVICE, Inc., Yellow Springs, 1985 List of Intentional Communities and Individuals with Related Services, 8pp, in PP 956.
COMMUNITY, COOPERATION WITHOUT, PP 1052-61 (Chris Tame, LA Philosophical Notes 11).
COMPANY DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA, Deregulated Incorporation for Small Business, 5pp leaflet, in PP 274: 131.
COMPANY LAW REFORM, by Herbert Spencer, PP 199.
Compare my attempts to collect, also, private drafts on children’s rights, in PP 589/590. – J.Z.
COMPASSION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Limits of Compassion, 1p: 98, in PP 1515.
COMPASSION: Misdirected Compassion – Source of Many Evils, 1p clipping, NYC Tribune, Sep. 10, 1990, in PP 976.
COMPENSATION (CLEARING) MONEY AND PUBLIC INSURANCE, PP 11, COMPETING GOVERNMENTS & AYN RAND, PP 7.
COMPETING GOVERNMENTS, PP 415, 786, 1028/29, 1051. See ON PANARCHY,
COMPETITION & ETHICS, PP 1000.
COMPETITION : SMITH, BARDFORD B., Monopoly and Competition, 13pp, in PP 1418: 42.
COMPETITION FOR THE PROFESSIONS, PP 722. See Licensing.
COMPETITION, PP 309, 418/19p156, 722/3, 921, 962, 968, 995, 1000, 1105, see MONETARY FREEDOM, PERSONAL LAW, ON PANARCHY, FREE TRADE, EDUCATION, IMMIGRATION, COMPETING GOVERNMENTS. It’s hard to compete while in chains, even if they are only those of ignorance or prejudice. – J.Z.
COMPETITION, see PHILLIPS, CHARLES F., Competition? Yes, but…., FEE, 1955, 21pp, in PP 962.
COMPETITION, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Monopoly, and the Role of Government, 9pp: 166, in PP 1529- 33.
COMPETITION, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Unions & Antitrust, 30pp: 2, in PP 1529-33.
COMPETITION, See: SHANNON, RUSSELL, Curbing Competition, 3pp: 282, in PP 1529- 33.
COMPETITION, See: SUMMERS, BRIAN, How Much Competition? 2pp: 246, in PP 1529- 33.
COMPETITION: LABADIE, LAURANCE, On Competition, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 147.COMPETITIVE RATIFICATION OFFICE, The Competitive Ratification Route Toward a Strengthened UN, 2pp, 29x, in PP 729.
COMPROMISE, PP 1132. See John Morley.
COMPULSORY PUBLIC INSURANCE? PP 11.
COMPULSORY SCHOOLING, PP 1114, LA Educational Notes 11 in 1052/61,
COMPULSORY SEATBELTS, PP 1104.
COMPULSORY TAXATION, PP 376, 384, see Taxation, Voluntary Taxation.
COMPULSORY VOTING, PP 384, 755, 789, 1018. See Voting, Non-Voting.
COMPUTER AND MICROFICHE MARRIAGE, see entry under LANCASTER, F.W. & FAYEN, E.G., in this list and in PP 907-910.
COMPUTER BULLETIN BOARDS, anarchist or libertarian, Fort Freedom: PP 637, CYGNUS, 907 – 911: p 511. See BULLETIN BOARDS, ELECTRONIC, PEACE NETWORK.
COMPUTER DATA & SIGNIFICANCE, PP 174/76.
COMPUTER DATA BANKS, clippings, with some notes, by John Zube, page 518, 519, in PP 907-910.
COMPUTER NETWORK FOR PEACE, see PEACE NETWORK.
COMPUTER USERS, LIBERTARIAN, Short preliminary list, 6pp, 1986, PP 647. Why aren’t all those, who would not mind being so listed, listed in this way, by using PCs and combining such address lists? Too many people dream of or promise or hope for computerized books but in practice they do not even list their own books and addresses sufficiently or provide abstracts, indexes and bibliographies, between them, that are somewhat complete, i.e. they do not perform libertarian tasks, in a market-like division of labour process, for which PCs would be eminently usable. Why aren’t printouts and disks of their discussions available by mail? Aren’t they worth reading for others than those on line? Why haven’t they recognized microfiche as a print-out and duplication peripheral option for long texts? Why do their data banks and their technical literature keep them so uninformed on their micrographic options? Until they use their computers more systematically for the liberty struggles, I cannot take their views quite serious. Often they have merely added to the ancient kinds of snobbery, clubbishness and elitism. Like politicians, they promise more than they deliver. Thou shalt recognize them by their fruits. J.Z. See also under Softserv, in PP 1022.
COMPUTERIZED ADDRESS LISTS, ACCORDING TO SPECIAL INTERESTS, PP 388.
COMPUTERIZED FACTORIES? PP 1156.
COMPUTERIZED PUBLISHING, PAPERLESS, see SOFTSERV in PP 1022.
COMPUTERS & THE TOTALITARIAN STATE, PP 636.
COMPUTERS, Laptop, survey, compiled by John ZUBE, 37 brands, 108pp, 29x, in PP 686. (You don’t HAVE to sit in front of an X-ray emitting cathode tube display all day. – J.Z.)
COMSEC LETTER, sample of June 1985, 5pp, in PP 817.
COMTE, REASONS FOR DISSENTING FROM THE PHILOSOPHY OF M. COMTE, by H. Spencer, PP 830.
CONANT, CHARLES A., A History of Modern Banks of Issue, 1896, 6th ed., 1927, with 2 new chapters, bringing the record of banks of issue down to 1926, by Marcus Nadler, from the 1969 Kelley reprint, indexed, 841pp, in PP 1,032/33. (Of some free banking interest. – J.Z.)
CONANT, CHARLES A., The Principles of Money and Banking, Vol. II, 1905, 496pp, indexed, with bibliography and a discussion of free banking. It has taken economists ca. 150 years for some of them to arrive at the state of limited insights into monetary freedom and at the remaining abundance of confusions, errors and prejudices on this subject, which predominate even among advocates of “free banking”. Economic science? We are still far from it and many of the best texts on monetary freedom are still inaccessible and many handbooks on this subjects remain to be written or published. – J.Z.
CONCENTRATION OF WEALTH, ITS ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION, PP 239.
CONCENTRATION, See: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Review, 2pp, of: BROZEN, YALE, Concentration, Mergers, and Public Policy, Macmillan, N.Y., 1982, 456pp: 379, in PP 1529- 33.
CONCEPTS, JARVIE, I.C., Man, Concepts & Society, review, 995. See also TAME, CHRIS, same title, 1052-61 (LA Sociological Notes 1). See IDEAS.CONCERNED CITIZENS, Act Now! Against the Fringe Benefits Tax, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.
CONCISE COLUMBIA ELECTRONIC ENCYCLOPAEDIA, 3rd. ed., 1994, Columbia U.P., Exterritoriality, 1p, in PP 1539: 103. The site gives not only a short definition but provides links to relevant recent press releases, to 1997. – J.Z.
CONCON, R.J., Our Pagan Christmas, 9pp, with an additional 2pp of introduction by Barbara Smoker and a 1p extract from Charles Bradlaugh’s essay : Who Was Jesus Christ? In PP 499.CONCORDE AND THE DESTRUCTION OF OZONE, PP 370.
CONDILLAC, Le Commerce et le Gouvernement, in PP 778-783.
CONDON, TIMOTHY S., The Tax Rebellion: A New Public Understanding, 11pp: 127, in PP 1506/07.
CONDREN, CONAL, In Utopia, you get much more than you’d expect, 1p on Thomas More, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
CONFEDERATION, ARTICLES OF, A LIBERTARIAN INTERPRETATION, PP 1028/29.
CONFEDERATION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Advantages of Restructuring Confederation, 2pp: 122, in PP 1515.
CONFERENCE announcements and leaflets, various, sent to me by L.A., 14pp, in PP 1281/82.
CONFERENCE ON CO-OPERATIVE COMMUNITIES, Minutes, 1982, 29x, in PP 613.
CONFERENCE ON PRIVATIZATION & CORPORATIZATION, 6th., London, 1992, 5pp, invitation etc., in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Will we ever see the proceedings, unless they are microfilmed? J.Z.)
CONFERENCES, ANARCHIST, See: FOCAL POINT SUPPLEMENT, in PP 25. – Most anarchist conferences, in my experience so far, do not seem to produce many filmable papers. Please send in all those you have, in photo-ready photocopies. – J.Z.
CONFLICT, PP 174/76,
CONFORMITY OR DIVERSITY? PP 370.
CONFRONTATION in the Agora, PP 156,
CONGRES DE CARARRE 1968, 1. Ce Que Pensent Les Anarchistes Sur La Revolution Et L’Organisation De l’Economie Dans La Societe Future. 2. Anarchisme Et Marxisme – Leninisme, 24pp: 69, in PP 1501. – Isn’t it about time to make the full records accessible, in an affordable format, of all anarchist conferences, lectures and seminars, to the extent that they were recorded at all, published or unpublished, and are still in existence somewhere? – J.Z.
CONGRESS INFORMATION CENTRE, CIC, announcement that it will microfilm the 250 public submissions, totalling over 6,000 pages on the Australian Financial System, 6pp, 24x, in PP 145-146. It did so, on ca. 37 fiche, but is no longer listed in the Sydney Tel. Book. I do not know who took over its microfiched titles. – J.Z.
CONGRESS INFORMATION CENTRE, CIC, List of the subjects covered by the Australian Financial System Inquiry, 6pp, 24x, in PP 80-82. (Most of the submissions were published by that centre on microfiche.)
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.
CONGRESS, POWER OF, AS CONGRESS SEES IT, PP 161/2,
CONLY, CRAIG A., Alienation, Sociality, and the Division of Labor: Contradictions in Marx’s Ideal of “Social Man”, ETHICS 89, Jan. 79, 82-94, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1073, headed: Marx’s “Social Man”.
CONLY, CRAIG A., Alienation, Sociality, and the Division of Labor 1318/1319: 132.
CONNALLY, WILLIAM E., Review Essay: The Critical Theory of Juergen Habermas, by Thomas McCarthy, HISTORY AND THEORY 18, 1979, 397-417, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1109, headed: Habermas’Critical Theory.
CONNECTION, THE, Comments from and to TC, No. 121, by John Zube, Stormy Mon, Jim Stumm, Martin L. Buchanan, Filthy Pierre, Lippard, Philip E. Jacobson, Du Bois, Mike Gunderloy, Joe Fulks, 17pp, 29x, in PP 879.
CONNECTION, THE, extracts from issue Nos. 123-125, 127, 130, 141, 148-155, of 15 Oct. 85 to 27 Jan. 89, with comments by John Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 29x, in PP 901. Contributors: DIOGENES OF PANARCHIA, JIM STUMM, PHILIP E. JACOBSON, MIKE GUNDERLOY, STEVE WITHAM, LORRAINE M. VALENCIA, FILTHY PIERRE, JASPER THE JESTER, SAL PARADISE, JIM DOWNARD, GEORGE KYSOR, CAROL MOORE, PYRRHO, MICHAEL GUNDERLOY, CHAMELEON, FRED FOLDVARY, WOODY WELLING, TUNDRA WIND, MARC CHAITLIN, BRICK PILLOW, LEE BONNIFIELD, MYERS, DANIEL UST, PEE WEE HERMENEUTICS, LE GRAND E. DAY, BOB SHEA, DAY & SCHNEIER, HARRY S. ROBBINS, TIMOTHY E. PETERMAN, EDWARD DU BOIS.
CONNECTION, THE, extracts from various contributors and comments to by John Zube, mainly on panarchism, in issue Nos. 41, 87, 89, 90, 92 – 101, 104, 105, 29x, in PP 869.
CONNECTION, THE, No. 197, 13 May 94, 2pp: Cover sheet & introduction only, in PP 1400: 114.
CONNEXIONS & CONNEXIONS ANNUAL, 4pp on Canada “greens” etc., 29x, in PP 859.
CONNEXIONS, 2pp leaflet on “Information to change the world”, 29x, in PP 877.
CONNOLLY, WILLIAM E., A Note on Freedom under Socialism, POLITICAL THEORY, USA, 5, 1977, 461-471, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p57. Headed: Socialism and Freedom.
CONNOR, JOHN T., Profits Are for People, 1p, 76, in PP 1317: 131.
CONNORS, LYNDSAY, Don’t Confuse those Years at School with Education, 1972, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.
CONQUEST OF THE U.S. BY SPAIN, THE, W. G. Sumner, in PP 424, 1027.
CONQUESTS, PP 583.
CONSCIENCE of the MAJORITY, PP 309.
CONSCIENCE vs. SOCIAL CONSCIENCE, PP 697.
CONSCIENCE, PP 1150.
CONSCIENCE: ROBERTS, NICK, Conscience vs. Social Conscience, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 171.
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION, PP 611, 965, 1011, 1017, 1044, 1097, 1152/53. See DESERTION, ON PANARCHY, MILITARY INSURRECTIONS, REVOLUTIONS. See HASSLER, R. ALFRED, editor, Conscripts of Conscience, The Story of 16 Objectors to Conscription, The Fellowship of Reconciliation, N.Y., 1942, 73pp, in PP 1097.
CONSCRIPTION REFERENDUM, See: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, The Australian Conscription Referenda, 6pp, in PP 1404/06: 324. – Has a majority the right to conscript a minority? Isn’t that what happened when human sacrifices, to some other “gods” were customary? – J.Z., 10.10.97.
CONSCRIPTION, See: BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, They Fought Conscription.
CONSCRIPTION, See: Clipping on extensive refusals to be conscripted in the present Russia. As few as a third of the expected intake is in fact turning up. Note by Padraic P. McGuinness, in The Sydney Morning Herald, 16.5.95. – Such news should make headlines on the first page – but rarely do. Will these and others also form volunteer militias in the remaining Russia and newly independent States, against excess government powers? I doubt this. From their past and present education even less can be expected than from that of the present U.S. volunteer militia. – See the militia proposals in PP 61-63. – J.Z., 17.5.95.
CONSCRIPTION, See: DAWSON, DAVID J, JOHN LOCKE, the draft and the divine right of kings, 5pp, in PP 1377: 107.
CONSCRIPTION, See: DAWSON, DAVID J, The draft, part V: who shall serve?, 3pp, in PP 1377: 1.
CONSCRIPTION, See: DAWSON, DAVID J, The draft, part VI, privileges and obligations, 3pp, in PP 1377: 16.
CONSCRIPTION, See: DAWSON, DAVID J., The draft, p VII, general Hershey’s carrot, 4pp, in PP 1377: 30.
CONSCRIPTION, See: DAWSON, DAVID J., The Draft: Part III – Labor as Property vs. Labor as Natural Resource, 15pp, in PP 1376: 313.
CONSCRIPTION, See: FRANKE, DAVID, Volunteer Army vs. National Service, The Case for a Volunteer Army, 1969, 30pp, publishing by Constitutional Alliance, Lansing, Michigan, in PP 965.
CONSCRIPTION, See: FRANZEN, DON, The Individual, the State & the Draft, 1p: 98, in PP 1469.
CONSCRIPTION, See: How to Register Against the Draft, leaflet, n.d., 1p, in PP 1283-1286.
CONSCRIPTION, See: LANHAM, FRANK, Conscription and American Fascism, 2pp: 150, in PP 1480.
CONSCRIPTION, See: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, The Draft – A Libertarian View, 1p, in PP 1351. – Amnesty for Draft Evaders, 1p, in PP 1351.
CONSCRIPTION, See: PAUL, RON, Despotism and the Draft, 7pp: 264, in PP 1506/07.
CONSCRIPTION, See: POLLS, DAVID, Human Rights and the Draft, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 320.
CONSCRIPTION, See: PP 290, 428ff (S.1715), 611, 878, 984, 1027, 1110, 1116, 1139, 1156, 1164.
CONSCRIPTION, See: SEAVER, BEN, The Gates Commission Report on an all Volunteer Armed Force, American Friends Service Committee, 1970, 4pp, in PP 1,011.
CONSCRIPTION, See: Selective Slavery System, a Protest Form, from LP, Houston, Texas, 2pp, in PP 480.
CONSCRIPTION, See: THAMES, WALTER, Selective Service: Enemy of Liberty, 1p, in PP 1269.
CONSCRIPTION, See: THE WORST FORM OF DESPOTISM, PP 1132.
CONSCRIPTION, See: Troubled by the Draft? 4pp leaflet. Author? Publisher? Date? In PP 1250.
CONSCRIPTION, See: WILTBANK, LOWELL B, Argument from obsolescence, a review of BRUCE K CHAPMAN’s The wrong man in uniform: our unfair and obsolete draft and how we can replace it, 2pp, in PP 1377: 35.
CONSCRIPTION. See: SCOTT, LAWRENCE A., A Case against Conscription, 7pp, in PP 1376: 282.
CONSENSUS: CLIFTON, MERRITT, Consensus isn’t Freedom, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 701. – If it were, then all the heretics, dissenters, witches, non-conformists etc. would have been rightfully burned, otherwise murdered or imprisoned. – However, ALL who do achieve a consensus among themselves do have the right to practise it, at their own risk and expense, in their own panarchies. – J.Z. 10.10.97.
CONSENT, See: HESS, KARL, By Mutual Consent, 1p, LP NEWS, June 90, 209, in PP 1451.
CONSENT, See: PP 174 – 176, 1152/53, see DEMOCRACY, VOLUNTARISM, ON PANARCHY, INDIVIDUAL SECESSIONISM, SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY, VOLUNTARY TAXATION.
CONSENT, See: SPOONER, LYSANDER, Forced Consent, ca. 2pp: 114, in PP 1481.- You make your own “discoveries” in these old records. – J.Z.
CONSERVATION & THE FREE MARKET, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Ecology Issue: Conservation In The Free Market, 6pp: 207, in PP 1457/62.
CONSERVATION AND CAPITALISM, see: SMITH, ROBERT J., Conservation and Capitalism, 45pp, in PP 1,004.
CONSERVATION OR COERCION? PP 920
CONSERVATION, NATURE RESERVES, FINANCING, PP 76 C.
CONSERVATION, PP 345, 391, 724, 1004,
CONSERVATION, See: BEATTIE, ROGER, Free Market Conservation, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 66.
CONSERVATION, See: O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., The Conservation Question, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 14.
CONSERVATION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize the Elephants? Really, You’re Kidding!, 1p: 59, in PP 1515.
CONSERVATION: SMITH, ROBERT J., Earth’s Resources: Private ownership vs. public waste, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 190.
CONSERVATION: WATKINS, TREVOR, Conservation & Endangered Species, 85, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 90.
CONSERVATISM & CAPITALISM, PP 1004.
CONSERVATISM & CLOSED SHOP, PP 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 41).
CONSERVATISM AS HERESY, PP 370.
CONSERVATISM vs. LIBERTARIANISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Pamphlets 14).
CONSERVATISM VS. LIBERTARIANISM: BERKMAN, GENE, Conservative Politicians Undercut Libertarian Ideals, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 416.
CONSERVATISM, PP 333, 369, 677, 725, 850, 987, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 42, LA Pamphlets 14, D.W. SAVAGE), 1132, 1165.
CONSERVATISM, See: EFRON, EDITH, Conservatism: A Libertarian Challenge, 14pp: 270, in PP 1506/07.
CONSERVATISM, See: FISH, JAMES, Conservative Links, in PP 1537: 189.
CONSERVATISM: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Conservatives & Libertarians, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 669. CONSERVATISM: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Conservatives & Patriotism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 697.CONSERVATIVE ACTION AND VICTORY FUND, 2p leaflet, 29x, in PP 677.CONSERVATIVE ACTION AND VICTORY FUND, A 6pp questionaire on school defects. Might be helpful for other researchers. In PP 850.
CONSERVATIVE BOOK CLUB, 1p, 24x in PP 50-54, new titles, 1p, 29x, in PP 333.
CONSERVATIVE BOOKSTORE, Libertarian Shelf, home page, 1p, in PP 1541/42: 399. – Among others it offers: ASHFORD, NIGEL & DAVIES, STEPHEN, A Dictionary of Conservative and Libertarian Thought, hb, 288pp. This is rather short but at least a beginning towards one that is at least 100 times as long. It also offers a keyword search for any of over 2 million books. – Is this, finally, the beginnings of an index to freedom books? Are there 2 million of them? – J.Z.
CONSERVATIVE LIBERTARIANISM, PP 697, 1016. Like most other isms, it has still to evaluate the panarchist options for itself and others. – J.Z.
CONSERVATIVE QUOTATIONS, From the Internet, 18pp, undated collection. Compiler is not mentioned in my print-out, in PP 1537: 117. – Note that on the Internet my print-outs here are offered on many more pages – with many more empty lines in-between. Why waste space, even if only on the screen or on microfiche? – J.Z.
CONSERVATIVE SPEAKERS’ CLUB, THE, Australia, 2pp leaflet, 1985, 29x, in PP 725.CONSERVATORY OF AMERICAN LETTERS, 12pp, 1989, in PP 915.CONSISTENT LIFE, PP 976. The consistent but unarmed, untrained & unorganized tax resister would soon be killed, as soon as he is identified and cornered. – J.Z.
CONSPIRACY DIGEST, 2pp advertising leaflet, by A-Albionic Consulting and Research, 29x, in PP 856.
CONSPIRACY LAWS: The U.S. Conspiracy Laws, by The Defence Committee, N.Y., upon indictment of Ahmed, Berrigan, McLaughlin, Scoblick, McAlister, Wenderoth, undated, 2pp, in PP 1,027.
CONSPIRACY REGARDING MICROFILMING, AMONG WRITERS, PUBLISHERS & BOOK LOVERS? PP 907-910.
CONSPIRACY THEORIES, PP 723, 50-54, 856, 859, 896, 1000,
CONSPIRACY THEORIES, See: CHESKIS, LELAND, The Conspiracy Theories of Liberals, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 30.
CONSPIRACY THEORIES, See: RAMSAY, ROBIN, On Conspiracies & Conspiracy Theories: The Truth Buried by the Fantasies, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 183.
CONSTANT, BENJAMIN, Ueber den Geist der Eroberer, 1813, 1946; and Der Geist der Usurpation, 1813, 1946, 29x, in PP 583.
CONSTANT, BENJAMINE, Extrait des “Melanges”, 1p, on Godwin, in PP 1099.
CONSTANTS, EXETER EXPERIMENT, PP 56, 145/46, 997.
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, 1975, 29x, in PP 599.
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, 1787, 11pp: 290, in PP 1529-33.
CONSTITUTION PAPERS, War Economy Number, published by The British Constitution Association in the Interest of Personal Liberty and Personal Responsibility, Vol. IX, No.91, April 1916, 8pp, 29x, in PP 699.
CONSTITUTION, 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.
CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYTICAL NEWS, Central Illinois Constitutional Caucus, issues 102, 106-108, Aug. 89, 16p, Dec. 89, 18pp, Jan. 90, 26pp, Feb. 90, 25pp, in PP 1215: Total: 208pp.CONSTITUTIONAL BOOK CLUB, THE, 2pp: 74, 2pp: 110, in PP 1450.
CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT, Reading List of FEE, 3pp: 297, in PP 1529- 33.
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS WHICH THE CURRENT CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ALMOST CERTAINLY WILL NOT SERIOUSLY CONSIDER, 34 points in 589/90.CONSTITUTIONAL REVIVAL & JUROR’S CREED, 2pp, 29x, in PP 390.
CONSTITUTIONAL REVIVAL, Enfield, Connecticut, Leaflets, letters and circulars, mainly by ANDREW MELECHINSKY, 1985 – 1988, with no claim to completeness, ca. 137pp, 83, in PP 1453. – Use a large magnification lens. I do not know what has become of A.M. lately but presume that he was bankrupted & imprisoned as a tax resister. – J.Z.
CONSTITUTIONAL REVIVAL, If Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Hancock and Mason Were Alive Today, here Is how our Bill of Rights Would Look. 268 points, including the formal constitutional ones, 48x, in PP 589/590.
CONSTITUTIONAL REVIVAL, Liberals AND Conservatives Are Socialists, n.d., 4pp, 29x, in PP 698.
CONSTITUTIONAL REVIVAL, The Juror’s Creed, 1p, 29x, in PP 870.
CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: MOORE, CAROL, Constitution for Confederated Communities. A Guideline for Constitution-Making, 2pp: 9, in PP 1465.
CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTIONALISTS, Should you Stop Paying Income Taxes? Leaflet, 6pp, n.d.: 168, in PP 1478.
CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: PP 22, 163, 570, 669, 676, 720, 729, 731, 733, 739, 791 817, 852, 907 – 910 (sheet 366), 911, 958, 965, 1007, 1015, 1012, 1105, 1139, 1149, 1153, 1158. – Compare DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, HUMAN RIGHTS, BILL OF RIGHTS, EXTERRITORIAL AUTONOMY, INDIVIDUAL SECESSIONISM, MILITIA, MINORITY AUTONOMY, MONETARY DESPOTISM, MONETARY FREEDOM, ON PANARCHY, REFERENDUM, “TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY”, TOWN MEETINGS, CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: CLARKE, ANTOINE, The Case for Written Constitutions, 96, 4p, in PP 1334/35: 33.
CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: RUSSO, AARON, The Constitution Party, Don’t Tread on me, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 256.
CONSTITUTIONALISM, See: THEISEN, EUGENE J., The Ultimate in Government? Was it established in the United States of America? 1958 130pp: 1, in PP 1493.
CONSTITUTIONALISM: RICE, CHARLES E., The American Constitution revisited, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 261. – From: THE NEW AMERICAN, July 88.
CONSUMER COOPERATIVES, PP 1068, 1071.
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX: In Australia the dishonest CPI, determined, published & used by the government, is tacitly accepted by the media, unions and the economists! At least I never saw a criticism published, although privately I heard admissions by economists working for the government in determining it. The discrepancies between it and actual price rises are rather obvious. As my income is indexed by it, I am one of the multitude of victims. Since government is the only culprit for monetary inflation, one should not, I guess, expect it to honestly register its dishonesty, involved in its inflation. – J.Z.
CONSUMER PROTECTION, PP 935, 998,
CONSUMER PROTECTION: COBB, J.M., Consumer Persecution, 2pp, mainly on AMA and FDA: 332, in PP 1457/62.
CONSUMER REPORTS, Clinton, Advertisement, 1p: 206, in PP 1457/62.
CONSUMER RESPONSIBILITY & SOVEREIGNTY, 998. We need it especially towards all State services that are offered or promised and charged for. J.Z.
CONSUMERISM, PP 381, 998.
CONSUMERS, See: BANDOW, DOUG, Law Threatens Consumers, 1p, in PP 278.
CONTEMPT OF COURT, PP 680. (“Judge: ‘You showed contempt of court!’ – ‘No, Sir, I’m hiding it, not showing it!'” – M.G.)
CONTENTS LISTING OF PEACE PLANS, by NUMBERS: Issues 1154-1507 & some earlier ones: 23-26, 274-279, 467-480, 491-500, which were filled in belatedly, 383pp, in PP 1510/11.
CONTI, KARA, Auction of Promises, 2pp ISI leaflet, in PP 890.CONTRA MAGAZINE, Stockholm, Oil, a European Perspective, 8pp: 195, in PP 1506/07.CONTRACTING OUT, THE ECONOMICS OF, PP 1135.CONTRACTS, See: MADDOCK, K., Contracts between Anarchists, 6pp: 466, in PP 1484/85.
CONTRACTS, See: PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, in PP 1425.
CONTRAS, PP 864.
Contributors include: Helen Nelson, Steven N.S. Cheung, Ross Parish, Michael H. Cooper, Sven Rydenfelt, H.V. Evatt, David C. Stafford, Milton Friedman, George Stigler, R.H. Webster.
CONTROL, DISARMAMENT BY THE PEOPLE, PP 3, 16-18, 61-63, 399-401. – See MILITIA, REFERENDUM.
CONTROL, RENT CONTROL, STATE, WAGE CONTROL.
CONTROL, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Who’s in Control of the Country? 9pp: 283, in PP 1529- 33. – CAN anybody be in FULL control? Should anybody or any group be so powerful? – J.Z.
CONTROL, See: VELASCO, GUSTAVO R., Intervention Leads to Total Control, 15pp: 119, in PP 1529- 33.
CONTROLS, PP 1046, see BUREAUCRACY, GOVERNMENT, QUANGOS, PRICE CONTROVERSIES, PP 404 (of 1940), 852. (Both alphabetized, with pro and con confronted. I would like to obtain & film some more of these editions and would like to combine all similar A – Z surveys of arguments, that contain a high degree of truthfulness, into a single reference work, on film and on disks and on line. But I may not get around to do more than add to my collection of A-Z reference works, of libertarian and anarchist interest, and to list them some time with those I heard of or read about. A single volume can embrace only so much. J.Z.)
CONTROVERSY – In Review, No.16, April 1987, sample copy, 16pp, 29x, in PP 699.
CONVERSATION TABLES, PP 724.
CONVERTIBILITY, FREE, OF CURRENCIES: WINDER, GEORGE, Currency Convertibility, 2pp, from 63pp IEA book: The Free Convertibility of Sterling, in PP 1418: 45. – Merely against foreign exchange controls. – J.Z.
CONVEYANCING MONOPOLY, PP 1052-61 (LA Legal Notes 11),
CONVICT CITIES? MAYO, MARK, Convict Cities: A Solution? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1505. – Already the large prisons have usually worse rehabilitation rates than the small ones. City-sized prisons would be even worse. However, if one is not concerned with rehabilitation and leaves that to convicts themselves, then much is to be said for some kind of isolation for them – if only the whole spectrum of criminals is not simply mixed up, which could easily turn some of them worse and also into victims. – The Nazis have set examples for large scale forced labour – but for innocents or those who dared to oppose them. Penal servitude does not mean that the crime victims ought to tax themselves to support convicts in relative idleness, and often their families, too. – See my prison article in PP 13. – Look up Spencer” “Prison Ethics” as well as Robert Heinlein’s story : Coventry. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
CONVIVIAL MONEY, Oakland, The Forum of Action Linkage Local Economics Task Group, sample, No. 2, Dec. 1987, ed. by Mark Kinney, 6pp, in PP 793. – Nos. 1-3, July 87 – March 88, 12pp, in PP 25.
CONWAY, DAVID, Classical Liberalism, The Unvanquished Ideal, 1p flyer by the publisher, Macmillan, sent by Libertarian Alliance, in PP 1356 : 123.
CONWAY, DAVID, Nozick’s Entitlement Theory of Justice: 3 Critics Answered, 1990, 7pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
CONWAY, DAVID, The Ethical Justification of Nuclear Deterrence, 1990, 4pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 19, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Only among “nuclear giants and ethical infants” is a “justification” for them possible, as General Omar Bradley termed it. There is no absurdity or contradiction to which not at least some libertarians and anarchists subscribe. A genuine deterrence should be directed against the specific decision-makers rather than collectively against their victims. And these decision-makers, in a nuclear war situation, are best sheltered and more likely to survive a nuclear war, at least for a while. A dagger and a bullet can be better deterrents – and preventatives. -J.Z.)
CONWAY, MONCURE DANIEL, The Life of Thomas Paine, with a history of his literary, political and religious career in America, France and England, to which is added a sketch of Paine by William Cobbett (hitherto unpublished), 1909, indexed, 2 volumes, I : 406pp, II: 489pp, in PP 23 & 24.
CONWAY, RONALD, Beyond Miss Rawicki, QUADRANT, 4/76 (On education), 3pp, 29x, in PP 713.
COOK ISLANDS, Welfare State Corruption, large, on a small scale, 1996 clippings, 4pp, in PP 1357: 107.
COOK, BLANCHE WIESEN, Women alone Stir my Imagination: Lesbianism and the Cultural Tradition, SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 4, 1979, 718-739, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p907, headed: Lesbianism vs. Cultural Oppression.
COOK, CASSIUS V., What Rocker’s Books Mean to Me, 7pp., in PP 1401.
COOK, John C., How to End Inflation, n.d., 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.
COOK, MICHELE, Anarchist doesn’t fit stereotype, ca. 3pp, 1986, on Mike Coughlin, in PP 1127/1128.
COOK, PHILIP J., Punishment and Crime : A Critique of Current Findings Concerning the Preventative Effects of Punishment, LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 41, 1977, 164-204, summary only, 2pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p217. Headed: Justice, Punishment, and Deterrence.
COOKE, EDMUND VANCE, 1866-1932: Uncivilized, a poem on title deeds, 1p, 36x, in PP 654.
COOKE, ROBERT & PRESLEY, SHARON, The Right to Abortion, ALF leaflet, 6pp, 29x in PP 384. – Women have only the right to abort their own life, not that of anyone else, like their baby or their foetus. Towards both they have a time limited obligation as guardians and carers, whether they like the job or not. Their choice is limited to engaging in procreative acts or not, with or without prophylactics. Nor is any doctor or nurse obliged to give them an abortion – unless the pregnancy is irregular and life-threatening to the mother. Even then an attempt should be made to save the life of the fetus, if that can be done, at the present stage of medical technology. As Victor Koman suggested in one of his books, the transplating of a foetus to a willing adoptive mother, once technically possible, would be a moral alternative to killing it. – J.Z.
COOKE, ROBERT R., Faithless, Lawless & Kingless, Review of: CLASTRES, PIERRE, Society against the State…., 2pp, by COOKE, ROBERT R., in PP 1373/75: 189.
COOKE, ROBERT, Review of: Lysander Spooner’s Vices Are not Crimes, 3pp: 102, in PP 501.
COOKE, ROBERT, Who Is an Anarchist? 6pp, 1979, copyrighted: 118, in PP 501.
COOLEY, OSCAR W. & PAUL POIROT, The Freedom to Move, FEE, 1951, 34pp, in PP 957.
COOLEY, OSCAR W., Freedom and the Gold Standard, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1227. Monetary Freedom Series.
COOLEY, OSCAR W., How the Dollar Has Been Corrupted, 2pp, in PP 1132. – As a legalized & coercive monopoly money, allowing the government to inflate it or to withhold money, it was corrupt and corrupting right from the beginning. – J.Z., 9.6.98.
COOLEY, OSCAR W., Modern Money, 1966, 17pp, in PP 1227. Monetary Freedom Series.
COOLEY, OSCAR W., Private Money – Economic Stability, 4pp, in PP 1132.
COOMBS, Margaret, The endless hunt for a happy school, 1973, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.
COOMPUTERS, RADIATION HAZARDS, Radiation Hazards from Cathode Tube Display units, see: PP 655. See the laptop alternative in PP 686.
COOP COMMONWEAL, THE, The political voice of co-operators in the South East, London, 8pp, issue 1/90, in PP 1236.
COOP DISCUSSIONS, 8 pp, in Cooperatives and Community MTM, in PP 1238.
COOP PRIMER AND DIRECTORY, A, LA, 1990, 8pp, in PP 1238.
COOPER, CHRIS, Against the Right of Reply, LA Political Notes, No. 18, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.
COOPER, CHRIS, Anarchy & War, 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
COOPER, CHRIS, Crocodile Fears: On the Opposition to a Free Market in Broadcasting, L.A., 2pp, 29x, in PP 864.
COOPER, CHRIS, Free Market Broadcasting, LA Political Notes, No. 9, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
COOPER, CHRIS, Mere Anarchy, LA Personal Perspectives, No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
COOPER, CHRIS, Taking the Greens Seriously, 1989, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 35, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
COOPER, DOUGLAS & WORTHEIMER, LAURA, Shall We Ban the Military? 1p, in PP 1409/10: 80.
COOPER, GLEN G., Answers to 100 Philosophical Questions. Contemporary Realism. A Philosophy, editor Glen G. Cooper, Contemporary Realism Publishing Co., 1976, indexed, 32pp, in PP 1129. Apparently, its contemporary realism did not include an appreciation of the micrographic options. No follow-up known to me, except 2pp of STRATEGY. – J.Z.
COOPER, JERRY M., The Army as Strikebreaker – The Railroad Strikes of 1877 and 1894, LABOR HISTORY 18, 1977, 179-190, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p310, headed: The Army and Social Control.
COOPER, JOHN MILTON, Jr., World War I: European Origins and American Intervention, THE VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW 56, Winter 80, 1-18, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1118, headed: The Origins of WW I.
COOPER, MICHAEL H. & STAFFORD, DAVID C., Rent Control: The United Kingdom Experience, 1980, CIS, 15pp, 29x, in PP 397.
COOPER, RICHARD A., Aron’s Defense. Review of: ARON, RAYMOND, In Defense of Decadent Europe, Regnery, 2pp, in PP 1445: 33.
COOPER, RICHARD A., Review of Milton and Rose Friedman’s The Tyranny of the Status Quo, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p140.
COOPER, RICHARD A., Review of: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Mr. Jefferson, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 239.
COOPER, RICHARD A., Review, 1p, of SELGIN, GEORGE, The Theory of Free Banking, in PP 1240.
COOPER, RICHARD A., Review, 1p, of: EKLUND, ROBERT B., Jr. & TOLLISON, ROBERT D., Mercantilism as a Rent-Seeking Society: Economic Regulation in Historical Perspective, 1982, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 288.
COOPER, RICHARD A., The Atlas Model. Ideas for a Better World, 2pp on ATLAS ECONOMIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 89, in PP 1378/81: 298.
COOPER, S., A Fable about Privatization, 2pp: 774, in PP 1484/85.
COOPER, THOMAS A., Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy, 2nd. edition, 1830. (First ed.: 1826) Augustus M. Kelley reprint of economic classics, 1971. With a 5pp introduction by Joseph Dorfman, 1969, indexed, 368pp, in PP 1266. Has appendix: Thomas Cooper, M.D., The Right of Free Discussion, 1787, 17pp. – Follower of Adam Smith. Quotes approvingly Torrens on unilateral free trade. Clear on balance of trade. Favours voluntary taxation and makes some sense re money. However, he confines himself to notes with rare metal redemption by the issuer, was a Malthusian, denied natural rights and was wrong on at least some coop production experiments and aspirations. – J.Z.
COOPER, THOMAS A., The Right of Free Discussion, 1787, 17pp, in PP 1266. – Appendix to his Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy.
COOPERATION & DECENTRALIZATION, PP 1068.
COOPERATION & MUTUAL SERVICE, PP 956.
COOPERATION & PEACE, PP 1168.
COOPERATION WITHOUT COMMUNITY, PP 1052-61 (Chris Tame). See: Market, Contractarianism, and compare territorial with exterritorial communities and cooperation.
COOPERATION, A METHOD OF WORLD RECONSTRUCTION, PP 1068.
Co-Operation, a social study, 1947, 75pp, in PP 1365: 76. – Alas, some Catholics do show so far more interest in cooperative free enterprise options than most libertarians do. – J.Z., 3.12.96.
COOPERATION, HISTORY, PP 659.
COOPERATION, PP 417,
COOPERATION, PROBLEMS OF, PP 1072.
COOPERATION, see GRAHAM, ROBERT, Co-Operation: Review, 3pp, of M. Taylor, The Possibility of Cooperation, Cambridge U.P., 1987, in PP 1166.
COOPERATION, THE ECONOMIC SOLUTION, PP 548.
COOPERATION, THE ETHICS OF, PP 667.
COOPERATION, THE POSSIBILITY OF, PP 1166.
COOPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH, PP 237/38.
COOPERATIVE COMMUNITIES, Conference, PP 613.
COOPERATIVE COMMUNITIES, PP 1105 (CLOUSDEN HILL),
COOPERATIVE DEMOCRACY, PP 1097, 1162.
COOPERATIVE HOUSING IN THE 1990’s, 1p flyer for a conference, 1991, in PP 1071.
COOPERATIVE INSTITUTE, THE, (N.S.W.) LTD., The Jubilee Cooperative Handbook of N.S.W., edited by ENTWISLE, EILEEN, B.A., 1952, 98pp, in PP 1399: 71. – Ulrich von Beckerath often used to remark that combined purchasing power is one of the greatest revolutionary forces in the world. One might also add that it is, unfortunately, one of the least used ones for certain liberation purchases, e.g. the purchase of existing enterprises, on terms, by their employees, organized in productive coops. Ideologically most cooperators have been their own worst enemies. With their all too popular and anti-economic egalitarian, anti-profit and anti-interest notions they found it often much easier to make losses rather than profits and so failed, usually, rather soon. – Moreover, for all too long they remained unconcerned about achieving the kind of freedom in the provision of credits and exchange media and value standards and freedom from taxes and regulations, under which productive coops could best prosper. – Coop advocates are split e.g. along the following lines: a) Individualism vs. Collectivism & Egalitarianism, b) Free Enterprise vs. State Socialism, c) Profitability vs. Charity & Fraternity, d) Selfhelp & Egoism vs. Altruism, e) Free Market Thinking vs. Anti-Market Thinking, f) Competition vs. “Cooperation” notions, g) Capitalism vs. Socialism & Communism, h)Contractualism & Voluntarism vs. Ideological Freezes, i) Private Arrangements vs. Socialistic Prescriptions, j) Realism vs. Utopism, k) Business-like Actions vs. Anti-Business Actions, l) Pragmatism vs. Dogmatism, m) Consistent Libertariansm and Anarchism vs. Inconsistent Libertarianism and Anarchism, n)Productive Coops vs. Consumer Coops, o) Pro-Money Coops vs. Anti-Money Coops, p) Back to nature, subsistence or retreatist coops vs. forward with nature and industrial coops, q) Charitable coops vs. coops minding their own business only, r) Self-supporting coops vs. subsidized or privileged coops. – Add your own distinctions & communicate them to me. – I hold: The best forms of competition are also a form of cooperation. The best forms of cooperation are also a form of competition. Properly organized and functioning coops are at the same time socialistic and capitalistic, both in the best sense. – In spite of being a lifelong advocate of productive coops, especially “open ones”, of the Hertzka model, Ulrich von Beckerath, 1882 – 1969, was reduced most of the time to advocating it only in letters and conversations with friends. – J.Z.
COOPERATIVE LEAGUE OF THE U.S., PP 1091.
COOPERATIVE PRODUCTION, See: HIGGINS, J.A., Rev. Father,
COOPERATIVE PRODUCTION, See: KLOSS, ERICH KURT, Die Arbeitsgenossenschaft als freie Sozialisierungsform, 1920, 156pp, in PP 1231.
COOPERATIVE PRODUCTION, See: PP 1413/1414, which contains many such articles, mainly in German.
COOPERATIVES AND COMMUNITY MTM, The New Action Linkage Network, also called THE NEW ACTION LINKAGE NETWORKER, (MTM = Many To Many – communications), Cypress, published by Bill Holden, Feb. 90, No. 57 – July 90, No. 62, vol. 1, no. 2 – vol 7, no. 7, ca. 295pp, in PP 1238. – No. 63, August 1990, 43pp, No. 64, September 90, 59pp, No. 65, October 90, 63pp, in PP 1407.
COOPERATIVES in Great Britain, see Potter, Beatrice, PP 1,062.
COOPERATIVES IN ITALY, See: H., G., Landbesetzungen und die Bildung von landwirtschaftlichen Genossenschaften in Sueditalien, 2 S.: 36, in PP 1523. – Compare Preyer’s book.
COOPERATIVES in MALENY, 12pp, in PP 1430/31: 278.COOPERATIVES in the US, see list, 1989, in PP 956.COOPERATIVES, Bibliography, 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.
COOPERATIVES, PRODUCTION, See: PP 6, 61/63, 214-215, 294 – 297, 299, 359, 378 – 380, 399/401, 731, 819, 846, 850, 956, 1000, 1049, 1062, 1070/71, 1076, 1094, see JAMES FORD, ROBERT GILMAN, PAUL HENDRICK, G. SZMAK. Bibliographical Notes in 64/65 & 145/46. COOPERATIVES, See: MOLNER, TERRY, The Third Way Is Here. Neither capitalist nor socialist. Japan and Mondragon are a different kind of nation, IN CONTEXT, No. 19, n.d., 87 or later, 6pp, in PP 1240.
COOPERATIVES, See: ALIA.
COOPERATIVES, See: 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.
COOPERATIVES, See: DALLET, MADAME & FABRE, M. & PROUDHOMMEAUX, M. & Madame, Twenty-eight Years of Co-partnership at Guise, being the 2nd. edition of “Twenty Years of Co-Partnership at Guise”, Labour Co-Partnership Assn., London, 1908, 100pp: 90, in PP 1496.
COOPERATIVES, See: DICKINSON, C.L.; CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION & NATIONAL CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CO-OP UNION…, All in PP 1408.
COOPERATIVES, See: DUMAINE, BRIAN, Who Needs a Boss? 1990, 8pp, in PP 1076.
COOPERATIVES, See: FLIEGER, BURGHARD.
COOPERATIVES, See: KASWAN, JAQUES, California Cooperatives: On the Move, a Long Way to Go, 5pp, in PP 1407: 16.
COOPERATIVES, See: PARKER, S.E., The Morality of Co-Operation, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 205. – There are almost endless varieties of cooperation. Too many anarchists tend to discuss only the pro and con of the senseless ones. – J.Z.
COOPERATIVES, See: REGISTRY OF CO-OPERATIVES, Bankstown, NSW, Simple Steps to Forming a Co-Operative, 1993, 14pp: 94, in PP 1470. With 16 pages of forms: Disclosure Statement, Forecasted Profit and Loss Statement, Primary Objectives Statement, 108. – Before you even start – you will be drowned in paper work! – J.Z.
COOPERATIVES, See: SCOTT BADER COMMONWEALTH, Letters & Leaflets of 1984, of interest to those concerned with cooperative production, self-management, employee-shareholding, group contracting etc. 15 pp, honouring Ernest Bader, the founder, pages that were left around my place as “filler material” for all too many years, in PP 1420/22: 541.
COOPERATIVES, See: TIME, March 28, 198?: An ESOP Fable. Workers turn into owners, in PP 1420/22: 204.
COOPERATIVES, See: WOHN BUND, Darmstadt, Heft 2, Mai 1984, 24 S.: 163, in PP 1486. – Ueber Wohnungsgenossenschaften. (Housing, possibly building coops.)
COOPERATIVES, See: ZEITSCHRIFT FUER BASIS SELBSTVERWALTUNG, Nr. 1 & 2, Jan-April 1980, 108 S.: 1-108, in PP 1472.
COOPERATIVES, See: ZUBE, JOHN, Einige Notizen ueber die Finanzierung des Ankaufs von Betrieben durch die Belegschaften oder von neuen und alten Grundstuecken und Gebaeuden durch produktive kooperative Gruppen, 1884? 1986? 6 S., in PP 1408: 49. – See also: OPPENHEIMER, ROBERT.
COOPS, See: ICOM Co-Publications, in PP 1512.
COORAY, L.J.M., Liberal Democracy – Problems and Challenges, 1979, 46pp, 42x, in PP 570.COORAY, MARK, A Threat to Liberty, 4pp, in PP 1139, on 85 Bill of Rights. If one leaves the drafting of such a bill to a government then, really, it can become a threat to liberty. – J.Z.
COPPER, JOHN F., How to Narrow the Trade Gap with Japan, Part II, Backgrounder of Asian Studies Center, May 16, 1984, 9pp, in PP 1252. This center is, apparently, a mere section of THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION. Economically there is no need why the trade between 2 countries should exactly balance. In most cases the balance is achieved only multilaterally, in goods and service exchanges and investments and their returns. – However, government interventionism prevents many international settlements or delays them or makes them difficult. See the writings of Edgard Milhaud and Ulrich von Beckerath on how best to break down international trade and capital transfer barriers, while introducing monetary and financial and clearing freedom, with stable value reckoning. – J.Z.
COPPIETERS, EMMANUEL, English Bank Note Circulation, 1694-1954, 1955, indexed and with bibliography, 168pp, in PP 813.
COPPOCK, LEE, Trade Talks Offer Chance for Textile Reform, CAPITOL COMMENT, No. 53, Jan. 29, 1990, 2pp, Citizens for a Sound Economy, in PP 1216. Typical “journalese”. Only traders can talk and textiles can’t reform. – J.Z.
COPPOCK, LEE, Trade Talks Offer Chance for Textile Reform, COPY RANT, The Free Zine, 2pp: 12, in PP 1481.
COPYRANT, The Free Zine with the Cure for Informortis, 8pp, against copyrights, in PP 474.
COPYRIGHT ON GENES? PP 743.
COPYRIGHT PUBLISHING, to Ron Manners, 25 Sep. 94, on Taxation in Australia, advancing a Proportional Gross Receipts Taxation, with some statistics, based on proposals by Ridgway K. Foley, 82 & 93, 4pp, in PP 1214. As for myself, I still insist on taxation being fully voluntary for all unordered and unused services and negotiable prices or subscriptions for any at least temporarily remaining public services that one has to use. – J.Z.
COPYRIGHTS, Piracy, PP 971.
COPYRIGHTS, Right or Wrong? PP 22, 907/10.
COPYRIGHTS, Spencer’s Views, PP 200.
COQUELIN, CH., Du Credit et des Banques, 420pp, 1848, in PP 584.
CORBETT, B., Censored, 13th. edition, 1983, 58pp, 36x, in PP 523.
CORD, STEPHEN B., Equal Rights: A Provable Moral Standard, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 38, Jan. 79, 73-81, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p878, headed: Do Humans Have ‘Equal’ Rights?
CORD, STEPHEN, “Tax-Free New Towns”, extract from his introductory letter, 1975, 1p, 24x, in PP 107-108. (The two versions Stephen & Steven are in the originals.)
CORD, STEVEN B., Equal Rights Demand Land Value Taxation, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1449. – Rather: No taxation! For who has the right to tax others? – There are always net tax payers and net tax recipients, a condition which does not produce equality but, rather slavery via taxes. Nor would I entrust even a limited local government with taxation, far less a state, federal or world government, if I had not, first and freely, also quite individually, chosen it for myself – if I really could not think of anything better to do with my money than to pay it to such an organization. – J.Z.
CORD, STEVEN, Rights Come not from Nature but from Reason, Georgist, 1982, 5pp, 48x, in PP 626.
CORD, STEVEN, The Immorality of Private Ownership of Land Rent: A New Approach, 1979, 1p, 36x, in PP 381.
CORDATO, ROY E., An Analysis of Externalities in Austrian Economics, A Dissertation, George Mason University, Washington, 1986, 180pp, in PP 958.
CORKR, CAMPAIGN TO OPPOSE THE RETURN OF THE KHMER ROUGE, leaflet, 4pp, in PP 1361: 117.
CORMIER, DON, Anarcho-Artist: The Example of William Morris, 1p, in PP 1348: 53.
CORN LAWS, see FREE TRADE; PROTECTIONISM, RICHARD COBDEN.
CORNELIUS, BRIGITTE, Zinsfreie Wirtschaftsordnung, Die, 1984, 2pp, in PP 793.
CORNUELLE, RICHARD C., Reclaiming the American Dream, review only, by TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, A Get-Capitalistic-Quick Scheme, 7pp, in PP 1376: 209.
CORNUELLE, RICHARD, Healing America: What Can Be Done about the Continuing Economic Crisis, Putnam, 208pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 446, in PP 1529- 33.
CORORAN, TOM & JIM JOHNSTON, Making the CTA profitable, 1986, 3pp, on expressway policy. Chicago Transport Authority? Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
CORPORATE SUBSIDIES, PP 1105,
CORPORATIONS, PP 696, 718, 928, 1017, 1124, see FOWLER, CHARLES T., Corporations, in THE SUN, a bi-monthly publication devoted to Co-operation, I/3, new series, May & June 1886, 28pp, “with special reference to railways and telegraphs”, in PP 1124.
CORPORATIONS, See: MAYAKIS, MICHAEL, Review of: HESSEN, ROBERT, In Defense of the Corporation, 1979, 2pp: 36, in PP 1514.
CORPORATIONS: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Critique of the Corporation, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 184.
CORPORATIONS: KONKIN, SAMUEL E., Corporations and Government, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 468.
CORPORATIONS: KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Corporativism Revivus, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 340.
CORR, ANDERS, Anarcho-Spatialism – towards an egalitarian land tenure, 5pp, in PP 471/472p245.
CORRESPONDENT, THE, Missoula, edited by Peggy Christensen, VII/6-8, June – August 88, only 3 samples on hand, 48pp, in PP 1108. “For Americans who hold dear the Principle of Freedom”. On tax resistance, real jury powers, against bureaucracy, especially Federal Reserve powers, travel restrictions, gun controls, compulsory licensing and the postal monopoly. For a return to constitutional government, pro-life.
CORRIGAN, R. DENNIS, A Submission to the Royal Commission on Violence in the Communications Industry, 4pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
CORRIS, PETER, The King of Derring-Do, SMH 17 June 95, 2pp, on the biography of Ion Idries, in PP 1443/44: 172.
CORRUPTION: IMBERMAN, A.A., Corruption as a Campaign Issue, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 269.
CORRY, BERNARD A., Should Economists Abandon Hope? HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, UK, 7, 1975, 252-260, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p92. Headed: Economics and Values.
CORSKE, MARK, Review of BROWNE, HARRY, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, 1p: 13, in PP 1468.
COSIC, JOHN, TANSTAAFL, 2pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.
COSMEP NEWSLETTER, The International Association of Independent Publishers, vol. 21, No. 5, Feb. 1990, 8pp, in PP 1234. – 2 sample pages, including a note on microfiche publishing, in PP 1,043. This issue shortly reviews LMP’s efforts but this newsletter is still mainly riding the paper tiger. Independent publishers should make themselves independent from print on paper and their costs. – J.Z.
COSMEP: WINANS, A.D., The COSMEP Connection, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 481. – Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers.
COSMOPOLITAN LEAGUE, Main Principles (by SOLNEMAN, in German), PP 811. Compare COSMOPOLITAN UNION.
COSMOPOLITAN REPUBLICANISM & TOLERANCE, PP 7, 506.
COSMOPOLITAN UNION, Appeal to Establish A COSMOPOLITAN UNION, 1931, 1p: 868, in PP 1508/09. 1p, 29x, in PP 388.COSMOS, La Hipocresia de la Iglesia, 1p: 20, in PP 1494.COSTELLO, BOB, ERIC GARRIS, COLIN HUNTER & JUSTIN RAIMNONDO, Third Party Politics Reconsidered, an open letter to the movement, suggesting instead influencing the Republican Party, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p210.
COSTERUS, W., Alternative Way of Explaining the Georgist Theory, An, 1982, 7pp, 48x, in PP 626.
COST-PLUS PRICING, See: POIROT, PAUL L., Cost-Plus Pricing, 3pp: 137, in PP 1529- 33.
COTKIN, G.B., The Spencerian and Comtian Nexus in Gompers’ Labor Philosophy: The Impact of Non-Marxian Evolutionary Thought, LABOR HISTORY 20, Fall 79, 510-523, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p984, headed: Spencer and Comte in American Labor Thought.
COTTON, JAMES, James Harrington and Thomas Hobbes, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 42, Jul/Sep 81, 407-422, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1878, headed: Harrignton vs. Hobbes on Politics.
COTTON, JAMES, James Harrington as Aristotelian, POLITICAL THEORY 7, Aug. 79, 371-389, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p890, headed: Harrignton’s Aristotelian Republicanism.
COUCH, W.T., The Sainted Book Burners, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 369.
COUCHON, DENNIS, Price tag, if everything fails: $ 5 trillion, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., A Matter of Principle (on VOLUNTARYIST), article in THE DANDELION, in PP 916.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., A short exchange with William Marina on free juries, 1976, with some notes by J.Z., 2pp, in PP 1,019.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., American Anarchist Tradition, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439 : 579.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Calm Down Edith! The Case of Ms. Edith Efron, 2pp, Winter 77, 29x, in PP 243.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., HAMILTON, CHARLES H. & SULLIVAN, MARK A., editors, Benjamin R. Tucker & The Champions of Liberty, A Centenary Anthology, 1981, 232pp, 29x, in PP 912.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Ingersoll, the Great Debunker, 3pp, Summer 78, 29x, in PP 243.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Juries : Our Last Line of Defence, Summer 1979, 5pp, 29x, in PP 243.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., LIBERTY, 1881-1908: A Comprehensive Index, compiled by Wendy McElroy, 2pp flyer, in PP 1,027. (Both LIBERTY, and Wendy’s INDEX are now available from LMP on fiche.)
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Literature list, 9pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Little Blue Book Order Form, 1990, 4pp, in PP 494.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Objections to Anarchism. The Principles of Anarchism Are Timeless Truths, 1977, 28pp, Spring 78 to Summer 79, 29x, in PP 243.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Original Books From the Famous Little Blue Book Company of Girard, Kansas, n.d., 27pp, in PP 1212. Most of these titles were still available from Michael,in print on paper, when I visited him in 1990. Most of the titles by Haldeman-Julius that were so far filmed by LMP, were borrowed from Michael. I did not hurry their photocopying and filming, since I knew that he has still spare copies for sale. J.Z., 11.2.95.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Review of Paul Avrich: An American Anarchist: The Life of Voltairine de Cleyre, 3pp, Summer 79 DANDELION, 29x, in PP 243.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Some Thoughts on Party Politics, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1603.COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Some Thoughts on the L.P., 2pp, in PP 916.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., The American Jury, 1980, 42x, in PP 606.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., The Hellbox, No. 1, Oct. 1988, 7pp, in PP 1146.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Woodworth vs. Tucker, 2pp, Winter 77, 29x, in PP 243. See also his THE DANDELION, irregular, which, I hope, he will get around to publishing again, soon. – J.Z.
COUGHLIN, MICHAEL, E., Education, Not Party Politics, 5pp, in PP 916.
COULANGES, F. de, The Origin of Property in Land, 1890, 201pp, 29x, in PP 569.
COULSON, ROBERT E., Here Comes a Bureau, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 265, on civil defence.
COUNCIL FOR A COMPETITIVE ECONOMY, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 724.
COUNCIL FOR A COMPETITIVE ECONOMY, Defending the Market Economy, 21pp, with contributions by Bork, Friedman, Ehrbar, Grayson, Hazlett, Koch, 29x, in PP 928, see Perspectives on Public Policy, in PP 935.
COUNCIL FOR MONETARY REFORM, Statement of Goals, 1984, 29x, in PP 586/587.
COUNCIL OF GEORGIST ORGANIZATIONS, An Introduction to the Georgist Philosophy and Movement, 6pp, 29x, in PP 700.
COUNCIL OF GEORGIST ORGANIZATIONS, N.Y., Introduction to Georgist Philosophy & Activity, n.d., 2pp: 122, in PP 1513.
COUNTER ECONOMICS, PP 1020. See BLACK MARKETS, UNDERGROUND SOCIETIES.
COUNTER ECONOMY, CADE, JACK, Counter Economy, 2pp: 72, 1p, in PP 1404/06 :86.
COUNTER INFORMATION, No. 32, 10.12.91, 4pp, in PP 1086.
COUNTER-CULTURE & ANARCHISM, PP 283-285 (Gehret, J.).
COUNTERECONOMICS: MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, Countereconomics, 5pp, in PP 1369/70 : 281. See: BLACK MARKET & UNDERGROUND ECONOMY.
COUNTER-TERRORISM: ELWOOD, JAMES R., Dictatorship at your Doorstep? The Dangers of the “Counter-Terrorism” Bill, 6pp, in PP 1445: 48. – The Nazis declared “total war”, officially merely to counter what they, not quite wrongly, classed as “terror bombing”. The Nazi’s “counter terror” included the final holocaust against Jewish people, gypsies and dissidents. – Atrocities breed further atrocities. Terror breeds terror. See: AIR RAIDS, NUCLEAR WAR THREAT, DETERRENCE, NUCLEAR STRENGTH, TERRORISM, COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Ce que la France gagnerait en minimum a la liberte des banques d’emission, 9pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Comment fonctionnent les banques sous le regime de la liberte, 10pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Consequences du monopole dans l’organisatin du credit en France, 11pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Controverse avant e pendant l’enquete, 48pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., De la situation de la Banque de France vis-a-vis du gouvernement, 7pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., De l’emission des billets a vue et au porteur, 10 pp, 24x in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., De quelques publications, 48pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Des fonctions du banquier, 7pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Des moyens proposes pour obvier aux abus imputes aux banques, 10pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Du service de liquidation a Paris, 4pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Examen du livre de M. Wolowski intitule: LA QUESTION DES BANQUES, 18pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., LA BANQUE LIBRE, Espose des fonctions du commerce de banque et son application a l’agriculture, suivi de divers ecrits de controverse sur LA LIBERTE DES BANQUES, 1867, 359pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Systeme de transition possible, 8pp, 24x, in PP 313-314.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Traite theoretique et pratique d’ECONOMIE POLITIQUE, tome second, 1867, Table des Matieres & Par. 5: Des emissions de billets de banque, 17 pp & Chapitre XII: De l’emploi de l’authorite dans les reformes economiques, 7pp, 29x, in PP 738. – This offers only a selection of extracts that are of interest to free banking advocates.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Traite Theoretique et Pratique des Operations de Banque, Paris, 1853, 488pp, 29x, PP 600.
COURCELLE SENEUIL, J.G., Traite theorique et pratique d’economie politique, deuxieme edition, revue et augmentee, 1867, 1033pp, in PP 778-780.
COURCY HINDS, MICHAEL D, Abortion Foes’ Centers Guiding Lives after Births, 1990, 2pp, in PP 1407: 75.
COURT SYSTEM: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The American Injustice System, 1971, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 306.
COURT TRANSCRIPT ALTERATIONS: STARCHILD, ADAM, The Altering of Court Transcripts, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 2013. – Almost all bureaucrats habitually “purify” or censor or lose records, to cover themselves. That begins with secrecy acts and the “editing” of parliamentary debates in their records. – J.Z.
COURT, J.H., Censorship – A Conservative Viewpoint, 22pp, 36x, in PP 370.
COURTNEY, GUY W., Stockholders or Bagholders? 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
COURTNEY, L.H., Protection for Young Communities, 1891, 2pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.
COURTS, PP 1135, 1137. Compare: ARBITRATION, JURIES. See: On Panarchy.
COURTS, See: PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Courts against the State, 14pp: 16, in PP 1501. – Yes, it did happen sometimes – but mostly they were by and for the State, and still are. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
COVENANT SOCIETIES, PP 1020, compare: On Panarchy, Voluntarism.
COVENANT, A NEW, by L. Neil Smith, 1p, 29x, in PP 710.
COVER, ROBERT M., The Left, the Right, and the First Amendment: 1918-1928, MARYLAND LAW REVIEW 40, 3, 1981, 349-388, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1874, headed: The First Amendment: 1918-1928.
COWAN, L. GRAY, An Overview of Privatization and the A.I.D. Experience, 1986, 18pp, in PP 1,014.
COWAN, RICHARD C., A War Against Ourselves. How the Narcs Created Crack, 1986, 4pp, in PP 1362/63: 108.
COWEN, TYLER & KROSZNER, RANDALL, Neue Entwicklungen in den “New Monetary Economics”, ZEITSCHRIFT FUER WIRTSCHAFTSPOLITIK, WIRTSSCHAFTSPOLITISCHE CHRONIK, Institut fuer Wirtschaftspolitik an der Universitaet zu Koeln, No.3, 1987, 16pp, in PP 814.
COWEN, TYLER & KROSZNER, RANDALL, Scottish Banking before 1844: A Model for Laissez-Faire? Revised version, Oct. 1988, forthcoming, JMCB, 19pp, in PP 814.
COWEN, TYLER & KROSZNER, RANDALL, The Evolution of an Unregulated Payments System, May 88 version, 32pp, in PP 815.
COWEN, TYLER, Could Dollars Be a Thing of the Past Someday? WSJ, Feb. 8, 1985, 1p, in PP 1,014.
COWEN, TYLER, Political Philosophy and Welfare Economics, Bibliographic Essay, 4pp: 133, in PP 1463/64.
COWEN, TYLER, Refuting the “Public Goods” Argument, 1p, in PP 277/278: 37. Also in PP 277.
COWEN, TYLER, Spontaneous Order in Hayek’s The Fatal Conceit, 1p: 231, in PP 1463/64.
COX, CHARLES C. & MEINERS, ROGER E., Prisoners and Work, 1p: 39, in PP 1469. – Contains hints at some early profit-making prisons.
COX, HAROLD vs. WILLIAMS, ERNEST E., Free Trade vs. Protection, a debate, 1903, 99pp, 29x, in PP 489.
COX, HAROLD, Economic Liberty, 1920, 262pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 581.
COX, HAROLD, Land Nationalization and Land Taxation, 2nd. edition,1906, indexed, (first was 1892), 229pp, 29x, in PP 581.
COX, HAROLD, M.P., The Right to Work, 1909, 18pp, published for The Liberty and Property Defence League, in PP 1157.
COX, JAMES, Unemployment Benefits and their Consequences in New Zealand, 18pp, CIS, in PP 1147.
COX, SAMUEL S., Free Land and Free Trade, The Lessons of the English Corn Laws Applied to the U.S., N.Y., 1880, 133pp, in PP 1,040.
COX, STEPHEN, Literary Theory: Liberal and Otherwise, 6pp: 149, in PP 1463/64.
COX, WENDELL & LOVE, JEAN, Mass Transit in the Midwest: Spending and Competitive Contracting, 1990, 27pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
COY, WALTER, Autonomy and Social Movements, 1p: 137, in PP 1515.
COYNE,. JOHN R., Jr., The Safety Myth, FEE, 1976, 4pp, in PP 998.CRABBE, BRIAN, Are Authoritarians Sick? 10pp, 36x, in PP 370.CRAFTS, N.F.R., Enclosure and Labor Supply Revisited, EXPLORATIONS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY 15, April 78, 172-183, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p678, headed: Parliamentary Enclosure and Uprooted Labor.
CRAIG, JON D., Macro Controls on Public Spending, 24pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.
CRAIG, RICHARD, Operation Condor : Mexico’s Antidrug Campaign Enters a New Era, JOURNAL OF INTERAMERICAN STUDIES AND WORLD AFFAIRS, vol. 22, no. 3, Aug. 80, 345-363, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1394, headed: The U.S. & Mexico: The Drug Connection.
CRAIGIE, E.J., The Fallacies of Protection, 16pp, 1943? 1948? 29x, in PP 391.
CRAIN, MARK W. & EKELUND, ROBERT B., Jr., Deficits and Democracy, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 44, April 78, 813-827, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p704, headed: Why Democracies Choose Deficits. – Why allow them to do so, by permitting investments in tax slaves and taxation without consent via legal tender and the money monopoly? – J.Z.
CRAMER von CLAUSBRUCH, Juliane, Freiwirtschaft – Fuehrt die Geldreform aus der Krise? Diplomarbeit, Berlin, 1985, 81 S., 48x, in PP 668.
CRAMER, CLAYTON, Fighting Fire with Fire. 2pp, n.d., in PP1534: 146. – On use and abuse of firearms.
CRAMER, DALE L., & LEATHERS, CHARLES G., Schumpeter’s Corporatist Views: Links among his Social Theory, QUADRAGESIMO ANNO, and Moral Reform, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Winter 81, 745-771, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1855, headed: Schumpeter and Papal Social Theory.
CRANDALL, DOUG, Fires, Forestry, and “Below-Cost” Timber Sales, 2pp, in PP 478.
CRANE, EDWARD H., III, & DAVID BOAZ, Beyond the Status Quo, 1p, in PP 1165.
CRANE, EDWARD H., III, Academics, Intellectuals, & Politics: The Return of Ideas to the Political Process, 1986, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. Feb. 1982, 12pp edition, in PP 1,031.(He contradicts some of Rothbard’s proposals on strategy.)
CRANE, EDWARD H., III, Legalize Drugs? Why Not? 90, 1P, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
CRANE, EDWARD H., III, Review of RINGER, ROBERT J., Restoring the American dream, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 162.
CRANE, EDWARD H., III, The Randian Parallels, review, 1p, of PEIKOFF, LEONARD, The Ominous Parallels, in PP 277/278: 123.
CRANE, PHILIP M., MC, Bills introduced in Congress, see under: Monetary Legislation.
CRANE, PHILIP M., MC, Bring Back the Gold Standard, Circular, Feb. 16, 1989, 1p, in PP 1240.
CRANE, PHILIP M., MC, GAO Should Audit Federal Reserve System and Banks, Congressional Record, Feb. 7, 89, 1p, in PP 1240.
CRANE, PHILIP M., MC, On Legislation to Relieve Savings and Loan Crisis, 1p, Congressional Record, Feb. 7, 89, in PP 1240.
CRANK II, H.V., Feminine Protection & the Automobile, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439 : 1227.
CRANSTON, MAURICE, A Private Sphere, SOCIAL SCIENCE INFORMATION, UK, 14, 1975, 41-57, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p73. Headed: The Right to Privacy.
CRANSWICK, KESTER, Teaming up, but only just in Time (on TEAM and JIT organization development), 2pp, 29x, in PP 611.
CRAPO, PAUL B., Proudhon’s Conspiratorial View of Society, JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES 11, Sep. 81, 184-193, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1774, headed: Proudhon: History as Conspiracy.
CRAWFORD, J.S., Philosophical Anarchism, – Its Good Side and Its Very Bad, Cherokee, Iowa, 1911, 52pp, in PP 955.
CRAWFORD, NELSON ANTRIM, The Sham of Crystal Gazing, 3pp, in PP 1208.
CRAWFORD, NELSON ANTRIM, The Sham of Fortune Telling, 4pp, in PP 1208.
CRAWFORD, NELSON ANTRIM; RUSSELL, BERTRAND; MCCABE, JOSEPH ET AL, A Book of American Shams, LBB 1125, 1926, 64pp, in PP 1208.
CRC, COMMITTEE TO RESTORE THE CONSTITUTIONS, Inc., 2pp leaflet by R.E. Roberts, n.d., in PP 817.
CREAGH, M.R., L. Spooner: fascination with the law, 1980, 11pp, 29x, in PP 509.
CREATION” OF MONEY AND CREDIT, pro and con, 740, 742, 1042. See: Real Bills Doctrine, Clearing, Douglas Delusions, Social Credit.
CREATIVE THINKERS, PROGRESS & PROSPERITY, PP 1040.
CREATIVITY, COMPUTER AIDED, PP 1108.
CREDIT & MONEY, PP 546.
CREDIT CARDS, INTEREST RATES, PP 1105.
CREDIT CREATION? See Creation.
CREDIT EXPANSION & EMPLOYMENT, PP 428ff:S.616.
CREDIT FONCIER, PP 818. Compare MORTGAGE BANKS, HOUSING, BUILDING SOCIETIES.
CREDIT INSURANCE & TRUSTEE ACTS, PP 337,
CREDIT SYSTEM, BUILDING INDUSTRY & EMPLOYMENT, PP 394.
CREDIT SYSTEM, RECONSTRUCTION, PP 315, 538. (Like some overgrown ruins, it has to be cut out of a jungle of interventionist legislation. J.Z.)
CREEL, GEORGE, A Study in Planned Futility, 4pp, in PP 1411/12: 301.
CRESPIGNY, DE, ANTHONY, F.A. Hayek: Freedom for Progress, in: Contemporary Political Philosphers, eds. Anthoney de Crespigny & Kenneth Monogue, N.Y., Dodd, Mead, 1975, 49-66, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p66. Headed: Freedom and Knowledge.
CRESPO, L. ALPHONESE, M.D., Medicine: Deregulated or Dead, 3pp, in PP 1150.
CRESPO, LOUIS ALPHONSE, Black Market Medicine: An Ethical Alternative to State Control, 1990, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 54, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – I noticed only recently that by now a number of excellent handbooks on alternative medicine are available in better bookshops, e.g. on herbalist medicine. There are even ABC broadcasts offering such advice to callers, for free. – J.Z.
CRESS, LAWRENCE DELBERT, Radical Whiggery on the Role of the Military : Ideological Roots of the American Revolutionary Militia, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, Jan/March 79, 43-60, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p590, headed: Republican People’s Militia.
CRESS, LAWRENCE DELBERT, Republican Liberty and National Security: American Military Policy as an Ideological Problem, 1783 to 1789, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 38, Jan. 81, 73-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1296, headed: Republican Liberty & Military Policy.
CREUTZ, HELMUT an WANNER, HANS, 5.8.1987, 3 S., 25, in PP 1451. – Ueber seinen BIS-Geld Vorschlag. – Free banking discussion.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Einige Flugblaetter ueber die Rolle der Zinsen, 16 S., 36x, in PP 736.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Einige Gedanken zur Einfuehrung von Privat-geld – private Geldschoepfung, 1987, 6 S., 28, in PP 1451. Fuer eine vollstaendige Diskussion der Geldfreiheit muss man auch Zweifel und Einwendungen anhoeren und beachten. J.Z. – Free banking discussion.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Gedanken zum Thema Geldschoepfung und Sichtguthaben, 10pp, 29x in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Geldbezogene Begriffe – Versuch einer Definition, Tabelle, 1 S., 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Geldschoepfung durch die Banken, Zum Thema “Buchgeldschoepfung”, 11pp, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Geldschoepfung” – Rechenbeispiel, 1p, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Probleme des staatlichen Geldes – Was bringt eine Privatisierung der Geldemission?, 1987, 9 S., 34, in PP 1451. – Free banking discussion.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, See: TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zu: CREUTZ, HELMUT, Das Geldsyndrom, Wege zu einer krisenfreien Marketwirtschaft, Wirtschaftsverlag Langen Mueller/Herbig, 3 S., in PP 1240.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, to BLANKERTZ, Stefan, 12 Dec. 83, 2pp, ueber “Geldschoepfung”, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, to BLANKERTZ, Stefan, 4 Jan. 84, 3pp, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, to MEGALLI, Theo, 30 Sep. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, to SUHR, Dieter, 29 May 84, 1p, 29x in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Was ist mit dem Geld los?, 8/1986, 10 S., 14, in PP 1451. – Free banking discussion.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Zins treibt in die Krise, mit Liste seiner Schriften zur Fragen der Waehrung-, Wirtschafts- u. Gesellschaftspolitik, 2 S., 29x, in PP 737.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Zum Thema “Fristentransformation”, 1p, 29x, in PP 742.
CREUTZ, HELMUT, Zum Thema “Kredit- und Buchgeldschoepfung”, 1p, 29x, in PP 742.
CRIBB, JULIAN, Water Supply Hosted Lethal Protoplasm with a Taste for Brains, A., 9.1.95, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 489.
CRIDDLE, WILLIAM D., Harry Brownism, 5pp, in COGITATIONS, in PP 1133.
CRIFA, See: BULLETINS, 51 & 52, in PP 1502.
CRIME & ANARCHISM : SHEA, ROBERT J., The Martin Gardner Challenge, 1987 (& before), 6pp, on how anarchists would counter crime, in PP 1371/72: 201, with 5pp of discussions: 224. – Compare my 2 articles on crime reduction on PP 13 & 15. – J.Z.
CRIME & ANARCHISM, 407. The MEANDER QUARTERLY brings some reasonable views on this by Ed Stamm.
CRIME & CRIMINALS, PP 225.
CRIME & DEATH PENALTY, PP 349.
CRIME & PUNISHMENT: HOWELL, BILL, Crime and Punishment in Texas, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 324.
CRIME OF 1893, 1896, THE, PP 237/38.
CRIME REDUCTION IN A LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY: Some Thoughts on How a Libertarian Society Would Tend to Reduce Crime, by John Zube, 1971, 9pp, PP 15 & 869.
CRIME, How a Libertarian Society Would Tend to Reduce Crime, 1971, 31 points, by John Zube, in PP 15.
CRIME, ORGANIZED, PP 369. See: POLITICS, GOVERNMENTS, STATES.
CRIME, PP 15, 55, 165, 290, 679, 869, 976, 1028/29, 1132, 1135, 1156, see Aggression, Government, State, Police, Protection, War,
CRIME, See: KAUFFNER, PETER, Crime Reduced when Residents Control their Neighborhood, 1p, in PP 492.
CRIME, See: MCGATH, GARY, The Ethics of Crime, 5pp: 441, in PP 1529- 33. – I would rather say: The non-ethics of crime with victims. – J.Z., 14.11.98.
CRIME, See: REYNOLDS, MORGAN O., How to Reduce Crime, 7pp: 531, in PP 1529- 33.
CRIME, See: WALKERM MICHAEL, Crime, Punishment & Public Prisons, 1p: 38, in PP 1515.
CRIME, The Anarchist Solution, according to SRAF, 8pp in PP 1156. – This “solution” misses by miles. Compare my own suggestions in 15. J.Z.)
CRIME: KOPEL, DAVID & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Will You Be Safer If Guns Are Banned? 6pp, in PP 1445: 89.
CRIME: RETLAW, KEITH, Crime in America, 6pp, in PP 1445: 8.
CRIME: URBAN, ANDREW, Want to make sure every criminal has 15 minutes of infamy, 1p clipping, n.d., no source, in PP 1378/81: 478.
CRIMES OF THE US GOVERNMENT, 1776 – 1993, PP 1151.
CRISES & CAPITALISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Sociolog. Notes 7)
CRISES & STATE BORROWINGS, PP 371. See also Central banking, MONETARY DESPOTISM, DEFLATION, INFLATION, RECESSIONS, DEPRESSIONS, STAGFLATIONS.
CRISES, AUSTRIAN THEORY, PP 847 & 850.
CRISES, CAUSE & CURE, PP 237/38 (Sumner). See Depressions, Ulrich von BECKERATH & HEINRICH RITTERSHAUSEN.
CRISES, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Boom and Bust, 14pp: 354, in PP 1529- 33. – SUMMERS, BRIAN, Economic Recovery, 2pp: 357, in PP 1529- 33.
CRISES, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Trade Cycle, 1951, 2pp: 72, in PP 1480. – There are dozens of crisis theories. Mises pushed his own while replying only to a few of the others. Most of them accept unquestioningly monetary despotism. Even most Austrians favour an exclusive gold standard and 100 % covered gold certificates and still attack the real bills doctrine. But would there be ANY trade cycles under full economic freedom? I doubt it. – J.Z., 19.5.98.
CRISES, THE DAY AFTER, PP 394.
CRISES, THE INFLUENCE OF COMMERCIAL CRISES ON OPINIONS ABOUT ECONOMIC DOCTRINES, PP 237/38.
CRISIS OF 1837, PP 237/38.
CRITICAL REVIEW, Leaflet, 2pp, in PP 1253. Libertarians and anarchists have still to critically review their micrographic options. – Why continue to try producing, storing and mailing libertarian writings only in heavy and space consuming blocks of processed wood? Or only electronically? Why should not critical freedom lovers use all of their affordable freedom options? If only a few of them would, a libertarian information paradise could soon be established by these few. Then the herds of others might follow, after a while. Alas, most libertarians are not pioneers. But they should have enough pioneers among them. How can I reach them with this message, when most libertarian publications refuse to pass it on? – J.Z.
CROCKER, LESTER G., Order and Disorder in Rousseau’s Social Thought, Proceedings of the Modern Language Association 94, March 78, 247-260, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p982, headed: Rousseau’s Social Thought.
CROCKETT, DAVID, Not Yours To Give, 1884, 8pp, 29x, in PP 522.
CROMWELL, ARTHUR G., Memoirs of a Freethinker, 1961, 30pp, American Rationalist Federation, in PP 1189.
CROMWELL, WILLIAM C., The Marshall Non-Plan, Congress and the Soviet Union, THE WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 32, Dec. 79, 422-443, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1013, headed: The Marshall Plan and Russia.
CRONIN, BRUCE, Disarmament Begins at Home, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1492. – I for one don’t have any ABC mass murder devices stocked. – But, lastly, in a disarmament effort by the people themselves, all homes of known terrorists will have to be searched for mass extermination devices. – J.Z.
CRONIN, SEAN, Government Regulation Is Government Monopoly, 2pp, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 79: 61, in PP 1516.
CROPSEY, JOSEPH, Leo Strauss: A Bibliography and a Memorial, 1899-1973, INTERPRETATION: A Journal of Political Philosophy, Holland, 5, 1975, 133-147, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p89. Headed: Social Sciences and Values.
CROPSEY, JOSEPH, Political Philosophy and the Issues of Politics, A Harry Girvetz Memorial Lecture on the Bicentennial of THE WEALTH OF NATIONS, 19. Feb. 76, Univ. of Cal., Santa Barbara, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p318, headed: Nature and Liberty.
CROSBY, ERNEST, Edward Carpenter: Poet and Prophet, 2nd. ed., London, 1905, 52pp, in PP 1,004.
CROSBY, ERNEST, Garrison, the Non-Resistant, 1905, 143pp, in PP 1140.
CROSBY, J. SHERWIN, Address at the funeral of Henry George, 29x, in PP 625.
CROSS, IRA B., A Note on Lawful Money, JPE 46, 1938, 5pp, in PP 979.
CROSS, MALLORY, Are we Enslaved by Machines? 8pp: 10, in PP 1529-33.
CROSSER, ROBERT, The Way to Peace and Justice, 16pp: 118, in PP 1513. – Georgist leaflet, 1948.
CROTTY, R., Taxing Land and Economic Development, 1982, 14pp, 48x, in PP 626.CROUCH, WINSTON W. & KEY, V.O., Jr., The Initiative and the Referendum in California, 1939, indexed, 183pp, in PP 1102.
CROUSE, TIMOTHY, The Boys on the Bus, reviewed by R.A. CHILDS, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 8.
CROW, MICHAEL BETRAM, Natural Law : A Twentieth Century Profile? In: The Changing Profile of Natural Law, the Hague: Marinus Nijhoff, 1977, pp 246-290, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p368, headed: “Nature” and “Law” in Natural Law.
CROWHUST, NORMAN H., Facing Bureaucracy, 3pp, 36x, in PP 369.
CROWLEY, ALEISTER, Humanity First, 1917, 2pp; Liber Oz: A Declaration of Human Rights, 1p; Stepping Out of the Old Aeon Into The New, 1919, 2pp, in REVOLUTION, in PP 1170.
CROWLEY, BRIAN LEE, Who’s right? Review of a) BOAZ, DAVID, Libertarianism, a Primer, Free Press, 314pp; b) MURRAY, CHARLES, What it Means to Be a Libertarian, Broadway Books, 178pp; c) BOAZ, DAVID, The Libertarian Reader, Classic & Contemporary Writings from Lao-Tzu to Milton Friedman, in: THE GLOBE & MAIL, 2pp, March 15, 1997, in PP 1426: 124.
CRUM, RICHARD H. Capitalism and Human Nature, 5pp: 519, in PP 1529- 33.
CRYONICS NEWS, CANADIAN, PP 982.CRYONICS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, Preliminary Bibliography on Longevity, Life Extension and Immortality Drugs & 2 Papers on Cryonics, 98pp, 24x, in PP 47A. ( LMP wants to film many more papers dealing with life extension. Who is going to supply them?)
CRYONICS SOCIETY OF CANADA, Application for Membership, 1p, in PP 1298 & 1420/22: 286. – I am always surprised that so many anarchists and libertarians seem to think that effective life expansion and life expansion research have nothing to do with expanding individual liberties. – Do they hate their lives that much? Do they really believe that “death and taxes are inevitable?” Many, indeed, have so limited visions and ideas that they cannot envision a free society, without imposed territorial governments – or syndicates etc. – very soon, for themselves and thus never ponder all the options on how to get there, not even the micrographic ones. – J.Z., 10.9.97.
CRYONICS, by ALCOR, originally the IABS Newsletter, 1/1 – 12/3, Sep. 1977 to March 1991, in 17 microfiche, partly indexed, 4,288pp, with some ALCOR and some LMP leaflets, 29x to 36x, in PP 937-953. – These LMP fiche are sold also by ALCOR, but at an enormous price. One should encourage rather than deter people from taking up microfilm. Especially since on this medium all longevity information could soon, easily and cheaply be made accessible. Thus the road to longevity might lead through an extended use of micrographics. – J.Z.
CRYONICS, PP 982.
CRYPTOGRAPHY, See: HAMMILL, CHUCK, Crossbows to Cryptography: Techno-Thwarting the State, 1989, 3pp, in PP 1269.
CRYSTAL, Spanien heute. Die Vergangenheit laesst sich nicht wiederholen, 1980, 8 S.: 52, in PP 1502.
CUBA, PP 877, 1028/29 (J.Lawson).
CUBA, see WRIGHT, NIELSON, Cuba: A Case Study in the Failure of Socialism, 3pp, 1972, in PP 1089.
CULBERT, MICHAEL L., Vitamin B-17: Forbidden Weapon against Cancer, 1p review by SOLVEIG EGGERZ, in PP 1367/68: 110.
CULLEN, BRENDON, Rich and Poor, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 452.
CULLINANE, K.J. & GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, 1966, on Boardman, 1p, in PP 1417: 52. – The numerous columns by George Boardman would make a good contribution towards a libertarian encyclopaedia. But how to get at them for this? Cullinane is, I believe, related to Carl Watner, by marriage, and has still been active in recent years, e.g. to uphold the rights of abused children. A letter might reach him via Carl Watner. – But I have hundreds such letters to write and get around to only a few. Moreover, I already have material for years ahead to get ready for microfiching. Do not expect me to do all of the job for you on my own. So far, I am unlikely to live a few hundred years. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
CULLINANE, KEVIN, Libertarian Harmony, 1p: 5, in PP 1465. – On libertarian communities.
CULLINANE, KEVIN, My Side of the Story, 19pp, n.d., on a bad case of rape & child abuse, mixed up with a cult and official actions favouring the victimizers rather than the victims, in PP 1105. – The U.S. system of justice ordered the abused children back to the abusing father, away from the mother who tried to protect them, as one correspondent told me in 1995. Children should have the right to divorce themselves unilaterally from any of their parents and to adopt other adults that are prepared to protect the children’s rights. And we do need competitive alternative court systems and an ideal militia force to uphold individual rights. – J.Z.
CULTURAL NOTES, L.A., Nos. 31-34, 12pp, in PP 1281/82. (Complete, so far.)
CULTURAL NOTES, LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, Nos. 8,10,12-14,16, 29x, in PP 864, Nos. 1-7, 9,11, 22pp, 29x, in PP 696. For more see LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE or separately under authors.
CULTURAL REVOLUTION, Programme for a Genuinely Cultural Revolution, PP 61-63.
CULTURAL REVOLUTION, See: MAYER, HENRY, John Zube’s Cultural Revolution, 1p, 1968: 142, in PP 1503.
CULTURAL REVOLUTION, See: ZUBE, JOHN to SCHMIDT, STANLEY, Editor of Analog, 13.11.97, 12pp, on how to give some truths their best chance, i.e., on some points of a genuinely cultural revolution, 116, in PP 1451.
CULTURE & NATIONALISM, PP 64/65, 289, 788.
CULTURE & PROGRESS, PP 349.
CULTURE, Why the State Should Stay Out of Culture, PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes).
CUMMING, BOB, Ontario Budget, Budget Statement, 6pp, in PP 1271.
CUNNINGHAM, JAMES, The needle that relieves a drug addict’s withdrawal symptoms, SMH 25.5.1978, 1p, acupuncture, in PP 1362/63 : 244 & 246.
CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT L., Editor, Liberty and the Rule of Law, Texas A & M. U.P., publisher’s summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p438.
CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT L., Ethics, Ecology, and the Rights of Future Generations, MODERN AGE, USA, 19, 1975, 260-271, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p100. Headed: Ecology and Rights.
CURL, JOHN, Living in the UXA, “EXPRESS, The East Bay’s Free Weekly, 11 Nov. 83, 7pp, 29x, in PP 865. – On the largest U.S. barter exchange and coop-self help by unemployed, during the Great Depression. Compare the writings of Prof. Edgard Milhaud, Ulrich von Beckerath, Dr. Walter Zander and Prof. Heinrich Rittershausen on monetary self-help and emancipation during depressions and inflations and in “normal” times. – J.Z.
CURL, JOHN, Work Cooperation in America, 1980, 67pp: 1, in PP1527. – Seeing the industrial wars and international wars still caused largely by class warfare notions, based upon the employer- employee relationship, all the information on the alternative of coop-production should be brought to light and assembled, at least in a medium like microfiche, if not CD-ROM. Why do not the coop-writers sufficiently cooperate to achieve that? – J.Z.
CURLEY CHARLES R., The Curse of Racism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.CURLEY, CHARLES R., Counter-Economy Monies, 3pp, in PP 1350: 81.
CURLEY, CHARLES, Ed Clark, Penthouse and Libertarianism, a critical essay, 7pp, 1980, in PP 995.
CURLEY, CHARLES, Gold Standards, THE FREEMAN, June 75, 9pp, in PP 806.
CURLEY, CHARLES, Monetary Symbolism, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 125.
CURRENCY BOARDS, see PP 1182.
CURRENCY COLLAPSE, THE COMING, 913. Government currencies are collapsing all the time, slowly or fast. Legal tender, the central bank’s money monopolies and the spending motives for politicians and the exhaustion of more direct and open methods of tribute levying see to that. – J.Z.
CURRENCY FAMINE OF 1893, PP 9, 350/54.
CURRENCY FOR QUEBEC? See: WALKER, MICHAEL, A currency for Quebec? 1p: 123, in PP 1515. – Why only one and not as many as the market will bear? – Territorial secessionism is not enough decentralization, Exterritorial autonomy is required for volunteer payment communities, from all central banks, that of Quebec included. – J.Z.
CURRENCY LAWS, U.S., 1792-1980, PP 350/54.CURRENCY POLICY AND THE USE OF MODELS, PP 394.
CURRENCY REFORM UNDER FREEDOM, PP 428ff: p1651, 589/90, 804,
CURRENCY, AMERICAN, HISTORY, PP 240.
CURRENCY, PP 742, 806, 428ff:S.861, see MONETARY FREEDOM,
CURTIS, W.M., The Tariff Idea, extract from the 1952 book, 5pp, in PP 499.
CURTISS, W.M., The Tariff Idea, 1953, FEE, 80pp, 24x, in PP 147-148.
CURTISS, W.M., The Topsy-Turvy Tariff Tangle, 9pp, in PP 1418: 37.
CURZON, GERARD & VICTORIA, Hidden Barriers to International Trade, Thames Essay No. 1, Trade Policy Research Centre, London, 1970, 64pp, in PP 1268. – Nothing else of their output has reached me so far or was seen by me, anywhere. Printed freedom writings are largely hidden – and nowhere fully listed, reviewed, abstracted or indexed. This paper tiger remained a paper tiger. Yet people remain addicted to it. – J.Z.
CUSTOMERS, Are they always right? See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The Customer Is Always Right, 2pp: 101, in PP 1515. – It took uninformed customers 100 years to change over from hand-forged nails to machine produced ones! The patient does not always know better than his doctor. Employers and employees are still buying the anti-economic employer-employee relationship, paying a very high price for it. Voters still participate in the advance auction sales of stolen goods. Subjects still consent to government decision-making on war and peace, monetary despotism, bureaucratic regulation etc. The customer is often wrong because he neither knows his own rights, liberties and interests well enough nor cares much about them. Our potential customers have not yet “bought” the libertarian, anarchist and panarchist messages and the micro-economics of alternative media. – J.Z., 10.11.98.
CUTHBERTSON, Sandy, Moving to a free-trade zone or a trade-free zone, 1987,1p, 29x, in PP 723.
CUTLER, WOLCOTT & WOODBURY, NORRIS E., Pulpit or Prison? 5pp, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.
CUZAN, ALFRED G., A Critique of Collectivist Water Resources Planning, THE WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 32, Sep. 79, 320-326, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p789, headed: Government Water Planning.
CYRANO, It’s the 11th Hour: Do you Know where your Democracy Is? 2pp, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.
CZECHO-SLOVAKIA & CAPITALISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 45). – See also my note in the authors listing, to MICKLETHWAITE, BRIAN, Some Advice to Czecho-Slovakia about how to Do Capitalism. Also see PP 19 C & ON PANARCHY.
CZECHO-SLOVAKIA, Counter Revolution of 1968, PP 412p294. (Only a Communist would call it a counter revolution! – J.Z.)