D., CHRIS, Employment and Self-Management, 4pp, on Mondragon Cooperatives, in PP 471/472p321.

D.,E., Emile Armand, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p86.

D.K., Famine in India, 1943, 2pp: 174, in PP 1480.

D.K., The War Against Truth, 3pp: 186, in PP 1480.

DACHHAUS or Roof House (A frame) or emergency accommodation for victims of catastrophies. Can be quickly erected out of steel. Clipping, German, 1p, in PP 1393: 119. Tents are not as solid but cheaper to build & transport. Housing alternatives. – JZ.

DAGNY ENTERPRISES, 1.) Free Market Yellow Pages, 1984 edition, 24 pp, 29x, in PP 622. 2.) Free Market Yellow Pages, 1986, 60pp, 42x, in PP 637, 3.) Free Market Yellow Pages, 1987/1988, 108pp, 29x in PP 726. I hold that there should be at least one other directory attempt of this kind. But it should not commit itself to large impressions and wide distributions but grow, gradually, from small beginnings, even if only, initially, as a telephone answering and photocopy service, a microfiche offer, upon demand, a disked list, or even audio and video tapes or a bulletin board service, are offered for sale – and produced merely upon demand. Some special pre-recorded phone services could even bring some returns for the organizer, with the telephone company sharing the prices of the calls made to the number. Once one reached the number, calling up additional single numbers can lead one to particular classified recordings. – Over-financed efforts are frequently bound to fail when predictions, hopes and promises, fail to be realized. Anyone could offer such a service micrographically with pocket money outlays, independent from sales and donations. Let it be a natural rather than a forced growth. Nobody can make grass grow faster by pulling its leaves up. Let progress be grass roots driven. LMP publishes more than other libertarian and anarchist publishers, in titles and their pages, because, apart from a very small quantity of duplicates kept on hand, it produces only upon demand and upon my own urge to offer as many freedom titles in my pilot scheme as one person can, even with a very limited income, when using this medium. Compare also the Freenetwork attempt by Andre Spies, and the directories efforts of the Archives Project. – I am presently engaged again in updating my AUSTRALIAN FREEDOM ADDRESSES, in a low-cost, low-effort attempt, with the product becoming available only upon demand, on microfiche and in a few photocopied paper copies and, otherwise, only serving my own limited needs for such a directory. See: LINE, Liberty Network Letter & its directory for an international libertarian effort of this kind and, please, send all your addresses & corrections of this kind to it. – Directories, handbooks, encyclopaedias, bibliographies, abstracts, reviews, indexes, comprehensive freedom library and information services are among the organizational and collaborative efforts we do really need to get somewhere, at last.- J.Z.

DAGNY, SHARON, Freenetwork Economic System, 1p draft, with letter by John Zube, to Dagny Sharon, 4 March 86, 4pp 48x, in PP 645.

DAGNY, SHARON, Freenetwork, directory of goods and services, Winter 1985, 29x, in PP 591. – I would like to see the Freenetwork revived, cheaply and permanently, on microfiche. – J.Z.

DAGNY, SHARON, Newsletters, articles, appeals, leaflets and enterprises, 1983 – 1986, 29x, in PP 591.

DAGNY’S FREEDOM FESTIVAL ’86, Freedom the Final Frontier, 1p leaflet, 1p, in PP 1170. Why are these frontier pioneers not willing to work as hard, in simple but necessary chores and why do they want to achieve everything only in conventional and expensive ways? – Why don’t libertarians rather get together in a tent city than in expensive hotels? Why center attention on international meetings when the local meeting potential is still so poorly developed because proper market services for them are not yet provided? E.g. meeting calenders, indicating ALL local meetings. J.Z.

DAHL, MEL, Mel Dahl in Chicago, 4pp in defence of the rights of homosexuals, in PP 1445: 113.

DAHL, MEL, Welfare White Paper, October 1982, 8pp, in PP 1,011.

DAHLBERG, EDWARD, Review, 2pp, of BOURNE, RANDOLPH, Untimely Papers, in PP 1411/12: 346.

DAHLMAN, CARL J., The Problem of Externality, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 23, April 79, 141-162, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1210, headed: Externalities & Government Intervention.

DAHLMANN, F.C., 1785-1860, Vom Rechte des Widerstandes, 7pp, 29x, in PP 730.

DAILY IMPULSE, SAN DIEGO’S, I/1 (April/May 85), I/3 (Aug./Sep. 85) to I/5 (Dec.85/Jan.86). A bi-monthly anti-authoritarian news journals, published by the Open Road Club, all copies on hand, with 1985 introductory letter & leaflet, 28pp, in PP 1153.

DAILY PLANET, Isla Vista / Goleta / Santa Barbara, III/2, Jan. 28, 1970, 4pp, “Irreverent Dissent from the Dogmas of the Liberal Left Establishment. In PP 1153. Only copy presently on hand.

DAILY TELEGRAPH, Unwanted foetus feels pain of abortion: study, 97 clipping: 98, in PP 1493. – As if only the pain of the killing mattered but not the killing itself! It is also painful to consider, as one of the survivors of this slaughter en masse, that you yourself might have been among those your parents had aborted and to ponder the brothers or sisters you might have had.- J.Z.

DAIRE, M. EUGENE, PHYSIOCRATES, Premier & Seconde Partie, Paris, 1846, 1113 pages, 29x, in PP 1352/54: QUESNAY, DUPOND DE NEMOURS, MERCIER DE LA RIVIERE, L’ABBEE BAUDEAU, LE TROSNE, avec une introduction sur la doctrine des physiocrates, des commentaires et des notices historiques, par M. EUGENE DAIRE.

DALEY, RICHARD J., Mayor, Crisis in Chicago: 1968, Official Report – The Untold Story of the Convention Riots, 1968, 68pp, in PP 1280.

DALLASFED, Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, July 1986. It contains 2 monetary freedom articles by Steven L. Green and Gerald P. O’Driscoll, Jr., which are separately listed. In PP 1247.

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.

DALTON, ERIC, Private Property & Collective Ownership, 15pp, in PP 984.

D’AMATO, ANTHONY, The Limits of Legal Realism, THE YALE LAW JOURNAL 87, Jan. 78, 468-513, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p583, headed: Legal Realism vs. Morality.

DAMIANI, G., L’Utopia Anarchia E La Realita Anarchica, Rome, 1948, 14pp: 123, in PP 1492.

DANA, CHARLES A., Proudhon and his “Bank of the People, being a Defence of the Great French Anarchist, Showing the Evils of a Specie Currency, and that Interest on Capital Can and Ought to Be Abolished by a System of Free and Mutual Banking, a series of newspaper articles, 1849, published and introduced by Benj. R. Tucker, 1896, 69pp, 24x in PP 60, 29x, in PP 544.

DANA, CHARLES A., Proudhon and his Bank of the People. Reproduced also by Henry Cohen, in his : PROUDHON’S SOLUTION OF THE SOCIAL PROBLEM, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1927, 236pp, in PP 972.

DANBOM, DAVID D., For the Period of the War: Thorstein Veblen, Wartime Exigency, and Social Change, MID-AMERICA: An Historical Review 62, April/July 80, 91-104, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1387, headed: War and Social Change.

DANCE, GEORGE, Canada Watch, 5pp, 1980: 232; 4pp: 260; 5pp: 281, in PP 1506/07.

DANCE, GEORGE, LP of Canada, May 10, 1991, Dear Libertarian Supporter, 2pp, in PP 1271.

DANCE, GEORGE, Political Action in Perspective, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

DANCE, GEORGE, The War on Drugs, 3pp, in PP 26.

DANDELION, 1p leaflet, and a 2pp clipping on Michael Coughlin, in PP 1087. Has Michael got a new address? I want to return or buy some books from him. J.Z.

DANDELION, THE, Nos. 1-11, 1977-1979, 308pp, published by Michael E. Coughlin, 29x, PP 243. NOS. 12 – 20, Vol. 3, Winter 1979 to Vol 5, 1987, 131pp, short contents listing of Nos. 1-19 on page 131, in PP 916.

D’ANDREA, VIRGILIA, The Vanquished who do not die, 2pp, 26x, in PP 42, p8.

D’ANGELO, ED., An Alternative Perspective: Anarchism and the War on Drugs, 2pp, in PP 493.

DANIEL, CHARLES, Instead of Socialism, 1913, 96pp, in PP 1357: 1- 23. A George-ist book.

DANIEL, GEORGE, The Disciplinary Dove, 4pp: 574, in PP 1484/85.

DANIELLE, Prostitution, Myths, Fantasies, and Some Facts, ALF leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 384.

DANIELLE, Prostitution: Myths, Fantasies & some Facts, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 362.

DANIELS, JOHN D., Capitalist Party, Statement of Principles, 1971, 1p, in PP 1,016.

DANIELSON, DAVID G., The Double Standard in National Health Insurance, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p352.

DANIELSON, PETER, Taking Anarchism Seriously, PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE, Canada, 8, 1978, 137-152, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p379, headed: Natural Rights and Anarchism.

DANKS, WILLIAM, Union Fascism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

DANZIGER, SAMUEL, Single Tax and American Municpalities, 4pp, in PP 1265.

DARBY, DOUGLAS, The New Rat Track, 1971, 16pp (an anti-communist pamphlet), 29x, in PP 715.

DARBY, MICHAEL R., Economic “Stabilisation” – the Real Effects, 1978, CIS, on the USA, 1971-74, 26pp, 29x, in PP 397.

DARBY, MICHAEL, Pro-Liberty Sites Recommended by Michael Darby, Home Page only, ½ page, in PP 1535: 173.

DARBY, MICHAEL, Personal Responsibility (with firearms), 1p, in PP1349.DARE, TIM, In Tomatoe-Sauce Land, it Really Works, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297. (Self-management)DARLAND, LLOYD, Banknote experiment, as reported in The Record, Oct. 3, 1979: This money isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on… So Lloyd Darland has his own money, backed by gold, in PP 787.

DARLAND, LLOYD, The Emperor’s Clothes Cost Twenty Dollars. About the difference between Federal Reserve Notes and honest money, 1977, 1980, 38pp, 24x, in PP 288.

DARLING, CARY, Rock’n’Roll & Libertarian Culture, 1p, in PP 1348: 52.

DARROW, CLARENCE SEWARD, 1857 – 1938, on The Right of Revolution, 1p, in PP 1267.

DARROW, CLARENCE, Absurdities of the Bible, LBB No. 1637, n.d., 32pp with the contributions of others. Darrow, 13pp, Fulks, 6pp, Patterson, 2pp, Burquest, 4pp, Fulks, 9pp, in PP 1224.

DARROW, CLARENCE, Address to the Prisoners in the Cook County Jail, 1902, 40pp: 1, in PP 1495. – I reproduced this booklet because of the reputation of the author, not because of his views on this subject. Here he certainly played up to his audience, although here his job did not force him to use any sophistry. It had, obviously, become a habit. – To all volunteer communities the legal, police, court, indemnification, deterrent, rehabilitation and penal system of their own choice – at their own risk and expense! – J.Z.

DARROW, CLARENCE, Darrow – Lewis Debate on the Theory of Non-Resistance to Evil. For: Clarence Darrow. Against: Arthur Morrow Lewis, n.d., 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, No. 904, in PP 1157 & 1218. – If my record keeping or my memory were better, I would not film so many titles twice or buy the same book again. Alas, I have to put up with my incorrigible faults and the total avoidance, when possible, of minor mistakes, may not be worth the extra effort involved. – J.Z.

DARROW, CLARENCE, In Memory of John P. Altgeld, address at the funeral, published in 1902, 5pp, in PP 1233.

DARROW, CLARENCE, Resist Not Evil, 1902, 1905, 64pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-18, in PP 1218. We ought to be still grateful to Darrow that on several occasions he did so, nevertheless, and largely successfully. – J.Z.


DARROW, CLARENCE, Should the 18th Amendment Be Repealed? Yes, C.D., No, Clarence True Wilson, LBB No. 1596, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224.

DARROW, CLARENCE, The Famous Examination of Bryan at the Scopes Evolution Trial, n.d., 61pp, LBB No. 1424, in PP 1208.

DARROW, CLARENCE, The Wisdom of Clarence Darrow, with 2pp introduction by John W. Gunn, 1947, 43pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-644, in PP 1218.

DARROW, KEN & SAXENIAN, MIKE, Appropriate Technology Source-book, a $ 17,95 – 26.95 reference work, here only advertised in a 4pp leaflet, in PP 907-910. (I should take them up on their guaranty offer: “If you are not completely satisfied with the Sourcebook, you may return it within 3 months, for a full refund.” My complaint, if I bought it, would be: “Why haven’t you reproduced this work, much more cheaply, on microfiche, so that even people in underdeveloped countries could afford it, together with the fiched library of Appropriate Technology? Indeed, some would find it handy to have the printed edition with this fiched reference work, but they should have the fiche option, too! J.Z.)

DARU, EMILE, Avec la collaboration de R. Hauret, Frederic Bastiat, Magistrat Chalossais, 1831 – 1846, in Bulletin Trimestriel de la Societe de Borda, 3e Trimestre 1955, 18pp, in PP 1230.


DARWIN, CHARLES, see THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

DARWIN, MIKE, A Response to Douglas Skrecky’s High Temperature Cryonics, 5pp, with a reply by D.S., 5pp: 217, in PP 1292.

DARWORLD, DAVID, Is Famine Preventable? 4pp from HORIZONS, Winter 92, of Community Aid Abroad, on the economics and politics of the food crisis in Africa, in PP 1,034.

DASKAL, STEVEN E., Greed, Envy and Justice, 5pp: 585, in PP 1529-33.

DASS, AROKIA, Not Beyond Repair: Reflections of a Malaysian Trade Unionist, 1991, 177pp, in 1p review, in PP 1534: 110.

DATA EXPLOSION, 907/10 (Richard Pree). How many books can you store on or access with your PC? – J.Z.DATENBANK DES DEUTSCHSPRACHIGEN ANARCHISMUS, DaDA, Berlin/ Koeln, Info-Blatt 1/90, 10 S., in PP 1291p242ff.

DAUERBRAUSE : Das neue Bad der Blutwaesche, 3 S., Medizin, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 245. Eine Einzelerfahrung ohne Bestaetigungen, anonym gegeben und Gifte im “oeffentlichen” Wasser ignorierend, verdient kein grosses Vertrauen. Die Einnahme von zu viel Wasser, oben oder unten, kann auch sehr schaedlich sein. Gibt es entsprechende Beobachtungen unter Tauchern, z.B. nach Perlen, in warmen Gewaessern? – J.Z., 7.6.96.

D’AUREOUS, SKYE & HALL, NATALEE, What If there Was A Millennium And No One Came? 2pp in LIBERTARIAN CONNECTION, # 13, Aug. 26, 1970, in PP 1,043.

DAVENPORT, JOHN A., Pilgrimage among the Scribblers, 7pp: 347, in PP 1529- 33.

DAVENPORT, JOHN A., The New Allure of the Gold Standard, 1980, 7pp, in PP 1183.

DAVENPORT, JOHN A., Why Not Deregulate Labor? 4pp: 438, in PP1529- 33. – Although a counter-measure to collectively imposed labour legislation, in itself, it would be a collective imposition, too, upon all the advocates of labour legislation. The libertarian approach demands only that individuals become free to opt out of this legislation or whole territorial States with such and other non-libertarian constitutions, laws and jurisdiction, and also free to practise their libertarian beliefs in exterritorialy autonomous communities of volunteers. If they demanded this liberty ONLY for themselves, they would not have much chance to become as free. However, they could use the varied opposition forces and aim at: “To everybody the government or non-governmental society of his or her dreams”. That aim could lead to a very powerful international federation that could turn the majority in most countries into allies of libertarians and anarchists, for none of the existing majorities is lasting and monolithic. – At last not only full freedom of expression and information, using ALL opportunities for them, but also FULL EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM in the political, economic and social spheres, all only among volunteers and at their risk and expense. THAT would teach ’em! – J.Z., 13.11.98.

DAVENPORT, JOHN, Rights Across the Board, 1961, 11pp, in PP 1,015.DAVID CONWAY, Classical Liberalism. The Unvanquished Ideal, 1995, 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1393: 123.DAVID HUME SOCIETY & THE SOCIETY FOR AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, ORDER WITHOUT DESIGN Conference, Sydney, 27 Aug. 1980, 3 papers, 41pp, 29x, in PP 384.

DAVID, JOE, Potomac Fever: Cause & Cure, 2pp, against governmentalized education, in PP 1432/1439: 1231.

DAVID, JOE, The Fire Within, leaflet only, 2 pp, on his book, critical of the school system, 29x, in PP 735.

DAVIDOFF, VICTOR, Inside the USSR, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p109.

DAVIDOFF, VICTOR, Libertarianism behind the Rusty Curtain, 2p, in PP 1382/85 : 462.

DAVIDSON, B.R. & GRAHAM TAYLOR, Susan, Lessons from the Ord, CIS, 1982, 55pp, 36x, in PP 718.

DAVIDSON, CAMERON F., Screening Radiation Myths, 1p, letter to the editor, 1993, in PP 1146.

DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George and also The Land Gospel according to Winstanley “The Digger”, 1899, 152pp, in PP 1259, on William Ogilvie, Thomas Spence, Thomas Paine, Patrick Edward Dove & Jerrard Winstanley.

DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Villager’s Magna Charta, The, “The Village for the Villagers”, Parish Councils Act, 1894, 50pp, 29x, in PP 630.

DAVIDSON, JAMES D., Libertarians and Culture: A Challenge, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 89.

DAVIDSON, JAMES D., Taxpayers Revolt, Advertisement, 1p, for National Taxpayers Union: 258, in PP 1457/62.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, A Libertarian Rebuttal: Conservatism Examined, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, Ezra Pound, RIP, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 21.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, Notes on the Politics of D.H. Lawrence, 4pp: 650, in PP 1457/62.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, Review of: CHODOROV, FRANK, The Income Tax: Root of All Evil, 1p: 22, in PP 1468.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, Review of: HOHENSTEIN, HENRY J.: The IRS Conspiracy, 1p: 68, in PP 1468.

DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, The Dangers of Psychiatry, 1p: 382, in PP 1457/62.

DAVIDSON, JIM, Religious Memes, with comments by Michael Riskin, John K. Clark and Robert Ettinger, 7pp:510, in PP 1293/95.

DAVIE, EUSTACE, Past, Present, Future & the Child, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 271.

DAVIE, EUSTACE, Privatisation of Money, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 203.

DAVIES, AXEL, Why I Give Libertarian Books to Libraries, 2pp, in PP 1281/82. – Why I don’t give LMP fiche to libraries or individuals, as a rule: This can be stated very shortly: Anyone interested can afford them. – At last, on sheet 22 of PP 1281/82, the Libertarian Alliance mentions my filming of L.A. publications. But it failed to point out that I cannot have filmed what it did not supply me with. Nor did it point out how much more libertarian material is now available in this format, from me and from others, and that anyone can afford to publish much in this way. Why maintain the paper habit? – J.Z.

DAVIES, GEO. E., The Effects of Sugar Bounties, 1899, 12pp, Cobden Club pamphlet, in PP 1101.

DAVIES, GLYN & ROY, Sovereignty and Money: Past, Present and Future, 1996, based on the book: A History of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day, 1996, 716pp, 4pp, in PP 1534: 26.

DAVIES, HARRY LLEWELLYN, The Labour Question, an abridgement of Henry George’s THE CONDITION OF LABOUR, 1932, to 48pp, 29x, in PP 371.DAVIES, NORMAN, Not 20 Million, Not Russians, Not War Dead, 1988, 2pp, LA Historical Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DAVIES, ROY, Libertarian Views on Money, a short list of some sources, 1p, in PP 1534: 21.

DAVIES, STEPHEN, Against the Professions, LA Political Notes, No. 19, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

DAVIES, STEPHEN, Dr., Libertarian Feminism in Britain, 1860 – 1910, 9pp, with a 2pp introduction by Chris R. Tame & Johanna Faust and a 1p comment by Johanna Faust, LA Pamphlets No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DAVIES, STEPHEN, The Decline of Classical Liberalism: 1860-1940, bibliographic essay, 8pp: 169, in PP 1463/64.

DAVIES, STEPHEN, The Private Supply of “Public” Goods in 19th Century Britain, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

DAVIS, DAVID BRION, The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture: The Argument Summarized, in: The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution 1770-1823, Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell UP, 1975, 39-49, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p407, headed: Slavery, Ideology, and Subordination.

DAVIS, DAVID E., Will Protectionism Be our Downfall? 1p, in PP 480.

DAVIS, DOUGLAS, Raging Inflation Forces Israeli Currency Change, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

DAVIS, FORREST, Did Marshall Prolong the Pacific War? 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 73; part 2, 3pp: 112. – Another major war crime? – J.Z.

DAVIS, JEROME, A History of Our Time, 1p, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

DAVIS, JOHN JEFFERSON, Computers and Capitalism, 7pp: 436, in PP 1529- 33.

DAVIS, JOHN JEFFERSON, Japan’s “Fifth Generation” Computers: Threat to the Free Market? 1983, 6pp: 474, in PP 1529- 33.

DAVIS, MICHAEL R., Correspondence on the Purpose of Life, 2pp:421, in PP 1293/95.DAVIS, MICHAEL, The Budget of Tolerance, ETHICS 89, Jan. 79, 165-178, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p695, headed: Mill: On Liberty.

DAVIS, NICK, Individualism, Capitalism & Human Nature, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 38, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DAVIS, NORD, Jr., The Almighty Buck, Pardon me, but…No. 1969, pamphlet, 8pp, introduced by Lloyd Darland, 29x, in PP 742.

DAVIS, NORMAN, Common Law and a Free Society, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 214.

DAWKINS, K.E., The Legal Philosophy of Lon L. Fuller: A Natural Law Perspective, OTAGO LAW REVIEW 4, 1977, 67-86, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p582, headed: Lon Fuller and Natural Law.

DAWNAY, IVO, Russia Loses Its Suitcase Nukes, 1997, 1p, in PP1534: 135.

DAWSON, DAVID J., A Red under every Bed, 6pp, in PP 1376: 148.DAWSON, DAVID J., A Road to Dictatorship, Review of: VEBLEN, THORSTEIN, The Theory of the Leisure Class, 8pp, in PP 1376: 166.

DAWSON, DAVID J., Buckley: The Publicist of the Right, 8pp, in PP 1376: 174.

DAWSON, DAVID J., JOHN LOCKE, the draft and the divine right of kings, 5pp, in PP 1377: 107. – Part III — Labor as Property vs. Labor as Natural Resource, 15pp, in PP 1376: 313.- Part V: who shall serve?, 3pp, in PP 1377: 1. -Part VI, privileges and obligations, 3pp, in PP 1377: 16. – Part VII, general Hershey’s

DAWSON, DAVID J., Let’s leave the middle ages behind, 3pp, in PP 1377: 46.

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

DAWSON, DAVID J., Patterns of Political Change, Review of: NORTHCOTE PARKINSON, C., Prof., The Evolution of Political Thought, 3pp, in PP 1376: 115.

DAWSON, DAVID J., The Theory of the Leisure Society, Review of: GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH, The Affluent Society, 5pp, in PP 1376: 223.

DAWSON, DAVID J., Wish fulfilment as foreign policy, 2pp, in PP 1377: 79.

DAWSON, JAMES N., Animal Rights, Libertarianism and Environmentalism, 1990, 2pp, with another 2pp of contents listing for his journal LIVE AND LET LIVE, Nos. 1-10, in PP 1317: 145.

DAWSON, JAMES N., Buying a Television Station, 1p, in PP 1315. – Is TV the right medium to convey new and radical ideas to the masses? – J.Z.

DAWSON, JAMES N., The Consistent Life-Ethic Examined, 9pp, in PP 1323: 46.

DAWSON, JAMES N., Veganism : Theory and Practice Examined, 5pp., in PP 1315.

DAY & SCHNEIER, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. ZUBE, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

DAY, DOROTHY, Introduction to booklet on PETER MAURIN & AMMON HENNACY, 4pp: 156, in PP 1456.

DAY, HEM, La non-violence comme technique de liberation, on Godwin, in PP 1099.

DAY, J.P., Threats, Offers, Law, Opinion and Liberty, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 14, Oct. 77, 257-272, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p291, headed: Threats vs. Offers.

DAY, LE GRAND E. DAY, Letter on panarchy, 1p, in Anarchy, Aug./Oct. 1989, in PP 1,051.

DAY, LE GRAND E., notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

DAY, LEGRAND E. to ZUBE, JOHN, 23 Jan. 89 & n.d., 2 letters, 2pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.

DAY, LEGRAND E., A New Dimension of Freedom, 1977, 49pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.

DAY, PATRICK, Coercive Offers Do Not Exist, 1992, 2pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 24, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DAY, PATRICK, The Self-Ownership Thesis: A Critique, 1989, 2pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 19, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DAYTON, LEIGH, Monkey business nothing more than fair play, clipping, SMH 24 Feb. 96, 1p: 192, in PP 1480. – “… a sense of fair play is not a uniquely human trait.” – “… contains also some fair play” would be a more accurate description. – J.Z.

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.

DAZEY, RUTH, Demands – no-fiction, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.

D-Day, 3 leaflets, 3pp, 1981, from National Coalition to Legalize Freedom, in PP 1,016.

D-DAY, Decriminalization Day: Bill of Rights, Void where Prohibited by Law, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1,010.

DE JAN INSTITUTE, Literature List, 1p: 558, in PP 1457/62.

DE LEON, DAVID, Right Libertarianism, in: The American as Anarchist : Reflections on Indigenous Radicalism, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins UP, 79, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p702, headed: American Libertarians. – Is that really a sketch of B.R. Tucker, which is attached to the review? – J.Z.

DE PUYDT, P.E., Panarchy, 1860, abridged by Jim Stumm, TLC No. 41, 6 Dec. 73, 3pp, with some comments by J. Zube, 29x, in PP 869.

DEAN, JIM, When Men Are Free to Try, 1p, in PP 1132.

DEAN, JOEL, Six Misconceptions about Consumer Welfare, FEE, 1966, 4pp, in PP 998.

DEAN, WILLIAM B., Natural Bank Currency and National Bank Currency, 1901, 19pp, in PP 745.


DEATH PENALTY, See: WILLIAMS, SUSAN & BADER, ED, Death Is the Life of the State, 1976, 3pp: 30, in PP 501. – On death penalty.

DEATH, CHOICE OF DEATH AS A RIGHT, PP 982, 1052-61 (LA Legal Notes 8)

DEATH, Same sayings against death, from “SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY”, 1p: 426 & 431, in PP 1292.

DEBLOCONS, UNE ECONOMIE DE MARCHE SANS CAPITALISM, a collection of monetary reform essays in French, concentrating on Gesell & Douglas and opposition to interest but also on freedom aspects. Reproducing e.g. Urjo Rey’s 1931 article on money-anarchism, in a French edition. 1986. Some of the Woergl reports are so badly printed that I did not bother to hand-correct them. 56pp in PP 936.

DEBT CRISIS, PP 793, 823, 913. – A debt crisis becomes greatly reduced if a debtor is free to pay or engage in clearing with his own optional and market rated means of payment, based on his own goods and services. – J.Z.

DEBT CRISIS, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The World Debt Crisis, 8pp: 366, in PP 1529- 33. – Most who do discuss it do fail to discuss how extensively this crisis is tied to the means of payment problem and sound value standard reckoning. Debtors free to agree with creditors on paying with assignments upon their own goods and services, in their own transferable and convenient “money” forms, reckoning in sound value standards which they have agreed upon, could thus be, often, enabled to pay and put the creditors, too, in a much better situation, since thus they can collect their debts often in the only way possible and also much better than if they were paid only in government paper money that is more or less depreciated. – J.Z., 22.11.98.

DEBTORS, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, On Some Atavistic Economic Ideas, 1966, 2pp: 67, in PP 1480. – Land Reform & Favouritism for Debtors. DEBTORS, THE DELUSION OF, PP 237/38.DEBTS & SUICIDES, PP 742.

DECASSERES, BENJAMIN, 1873 – 1945, The Individualist, 1p, from The Individual Against Moloch, 1936, in PP 1423: 16 & 17.

DECENTRALIST POLITICAL PARTY: BENSON, JAMES, A Decentralist Political Party, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 465. – Neither centralization nor decentralization are absolute ideals. Each can serve, under certain conditions and for certain purposes. – A libertarian index, bibliography, abstracts and review compilation also could well be a centralized effort – with decentralist collaboration. – J.Z.


DECENTRALIZATION WITHIN ENTERPRISES, See: Coops, Hertzka, Self-management.

DECENTRALIZATION, PP 6, 56, 64/65, 484, 638, 852, 865, 929, 983, 1011, 1021, see Carol Moore’s Decentralist Directory (in PP 865) & “DECENTRALIZE”.

DECENTRALIZATION, see : MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN & BRYAN, FRANK, The Vermont Papers: Recreating Democracy on a Human Scale, 4pp introductory leaflet only, 1989, reproduced from a rather dirty copy, in PP 1,011.

DECENTRALIZATION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Decentralize to cut cost of government, 2pp: 117, in PP 1515.

DECENTRALIZATION, STATIST, TERRITORIAL & ENFORCED OR SUBSIDIZED, PP 370.DECENTRALIZE! Non-violent, Radical, Decentralist Policy, edited by Carol Moore, issues 1-12, July 86 – June 89, all so far, 103pp in PP 983. 2 samples of the newsletter, 18pp, issues # 11 & 12, Jan. – June 89, 29x, in PP 929.



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, 1776, 5pp: 289, in PP 1529- 33.

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, New ones, See: MILLER, VINCENT & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET, New Declaration of Independence, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 126.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, ANONYMOUS, Friend of Thomas Paine, A Declaration of Personal Independence, 1993, 3pp, in PP 1151.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, BECKERATH, ULRICH VON, Declaration of the Rights of the Unemployed to Exchange, to supply themselves with Job Opportunities, & to Undertake all Monetary, Financial and Organizational Measures Required for this Purpose, 1951, 545.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, FARBER, PHILIP N., The Declaration of Individual Autonomy, 1988, 3pp, 29x, in 928.


DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, KEARSE, WARREN G., Revocation of Trust & Disavowal of Unauthorized & Fraudulent Acts, 1p, 724.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, KING, MARTIN LUTHER, Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam, in PP 1122. – The right to declare oneself neutral or to choose one’s own allies and enemies, is somewhat dealt with in some of the human rights declarations in PP 589/90. – J.Z.


DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, MILLER, VINCENT H. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., New Declaration of Independence, draft, May 92, 6pp, in PP 1098.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, See: ANON., FRIEND OF THOMAS PAINE, A Personal Declaration of Independence, 2pp sent by MILLENIUM TWAIN, in PP 1355: 111.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, See: MILLER, VINCENT H. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., New Declaration of Independence, May 1992, 6pp, in PP 1398: 102.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, See: PEARSON, DAVID G., Declaration of Independence, 1p, in PP 1398: 122. – One of the most panarchistic ones, by Robert LeFevre, can be found in his book: This Bread Is Mine, and, recently, reprinted, in THE VOLUNTARYIST, No. 90, of Feb. 98. – J.Z., 2.10.97.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, See: ZENO, Declaration of Independence, 1p, in PP 1398: 121.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, SMITH, L. NEIL, North American Covenant or A New Covenant, or NEW COVENANT AMONG THE INDIVIDUAL INHABITANTS OF THE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA, PP 632, 642, 710, 790, et al. LI edition, PP 873, 915, 1039 et al, translation, Un Nuevo Convenio, PP 860. Compare also the Program for the Comopolitan Union, by Werner Ackermann, in various PP issues and the Private Drafts of Human Rights Codes in PP 589/590. Compare Spooner : The Constitution of No Authority, Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy, Len Casly, Mini-Secessions, Laird’s Corner. See also under CONSTITUTIONALISM, HUMAN RIGHTS, ON PANARCHY. I would like to compile a whole fiche issue with such PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE DECLARATION drafts, to the extent that they are of anarchist or libertarian interest. Too many of their writers and supporters are unaware of most of the other drafts. I do possess: We, the Other People, ed. by Philip S. Foner, on “Alternative Declarations of Independence by Labor Groups, Farmers, Women’s Rights Advocates, Socialists, and Blacks, 1829 – 1975, Univ. of Illinois Press, 1976, 205pp, but because of its collectivist tendency I found little of interest to me in it. – J.Z.


DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE: SMITH, L. NEIL, A New Covenant, 1p, from his book THE GALLATIN DIVERGENCE, in PP 1420/22: 252. – If treated as being already the best possible libertarian covenant and as such to be accepted quite uncritically, without any changes, then it can never become that. It will then remain merely one of the best attempts in that direction. – Even if this libertarian SF writer and his supporters are unwilling to discuss drafts of further improvements, PEACE PLANS would always have many pages to spare for such attempts. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.9.97.

DECLARATIONS OF PRINCIPLE, See: SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, Leaflet, introductory, n.d., 4pp., with Declaration of Principle, 1969, 1p. Another edition, 8pp : 36, ibid, in PP 1457/62. See: Kurt Zube’s Manifesto… on his attempt to prove what he considered to be the “first principle”. Has anyone ever compiled all such attempts? – J.Z.

DECLINE OF THE WEST? PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes 20).


DEFENCE BY GOVERNMENTS? See: WARNER, DENIS & PEGGY, New Light on ‘Blackest Day” – the battle of Savo Island. 2pp, THE BULLETIN, 29.4.97: 10, in PP 1495. – Often military obedience costs more lives than it saves. Vast improvements are needed in the procedures to get rid of incompetent to criminal officers. A tradition for disobedience has to be established and training should include disobedience training in assumed cases – whenever disobedience is due. Compare the discussion on ideal militia forces for the protection of individual rights rather than territorial governments. – J.Z.

DEFENCE COMMITTEE, The U.S. Conspiracy Laws, 2pp, in PP 1357: 25.



DEFENCE, MILITARY DEFENCE WITHOUT A STATE, PP 290. – Actually, that is the only REAL defence that is possible. Statist defence is mostly just another form of aggression and if it is “successful”, do look at its price tags in blood and money and its “achievements” and lasting “values”. – J.Z.


DEFENCE, PP 16-18, 61-63, 370, 399-401, 428ffp1224, 1052-61 (LA For. Pol. Perspectives 7), 1161 (Paine), see MILITIA.

DEFENCE, See: HAGGARD, H. RIDER, Allan Quatermain: A few lines from page 80, in which he pointed out another flaw in conventional military defence efforts by governments: 12, in PP 1495.

DEFENCE, See: HILGARTNER, JAY, Facts on Defence, 1p, in PP 492.

DEFENCE, See: LAGUE, DAVID, Australia unarmed. Soldiers without guns; planes that are grounded; tanks that break down. Australia’s defence is a disgrace. SMH, June 17, 1995, 3pp. Under present conditions a powerful and efficient defence force would rather be a disgrace. But it is a good article in attacking the myth that we do need the government to defend us and that it does actually provide effective defensive services and cheaply enough. Why waste any money, materials etc. and manpower on an inefficient defence force? – All the professional military forces in the world are apparently unable or unwilling to end genocide and piracy anywhere, even if they are not directly involved, least of all under U.N. command. And none of them has clearly defined its enemies, aggression, rightful war aims and fighting methods, potential allies, liberation war methods, rightful weapons, rightful targets, like tyrants etc. They are all part of the problem rather than the solution, like most organized peace lovers are. – For some of the better ideas see PP 61-63 and 16-18. – J.Z.

DEFENCE, See: WILLIAMS, GARETH, Free Market Defence: Anarchist Insurance Will Work Best, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 77, 2pp: 23, in PP 1487.

DEFENCE, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Philosophy of Defense, 9pp: 323, in PP 1457/62.

DEFENCE, VOLUNTARY, See: LEXINGTON COUNTY LP, Voluntary Defence Survey, 1p, in PP 279: 10 & 115.

DEFENCE: BLANKERTZ, STEFAN, Unity & Diversification in Libertarian Defence Policies, 2pp, in PP 1445: 127. – The libertarian proposals for libertarian defence and liberation efforts and peace through individual liberty, expressed especially in PP 61-63 & 16-18, are, apparently, still unread by most libertarians. One can lead a horse to the water but one cannot make it drink. – J.Z. 25.9.97.

DEFENCE: BUBB, FRANK W., Should We Be Defending Western Europe & Japan? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1496. – Do “we” defend them and truly defend them, and are all the measures taken wrongly, by others, in our names, and at our expense, a serious danger to us and to innocent people in other countries? – J.Z., 10.10.97.

DEFENCE: DUNN, MICHAEL & HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Libertarians Debate Defense, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 392.

DEFENCE: DUNN, MICHAEL J., Libertarians and National Defence, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1061.- LIBERTARIAN DEFENCE CAUCUS, Leaflet, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1064.

DEFENCE: Free-Market Defense: A Symposium, I.) WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Military Defense Without Coercion, 4pp, II.) AMADOR, JORGE, Toyota Warfare, 1p, from THE PRAGMATIST, Dec. 1987, 120, in PP 1518. – Why isn’t THE PRAGMATIST pragmatic about the advantages of microfiche? – J.Z.

DEFICIT FINANCING, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Deficits Are not the only Problem, 5pp: 333, in PP 1529- 33.

DEFICITS, PP 1021.DEFINITIONS, PP 925, 1157. See Encyclopedia of Refutations, Slogans for Liberty, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Indexing.

DEFLATION, PP 40, 428ff: S.334 & 1242.

DEFORD, MIRIAM ALLEN, Cicero as Revealed in his Letters, 1925, 64pp, LBB No. 867, in PP 1209.

DEFORD, MIRIAM ALLEN, Luring the Suckers, 5pp, in PP 1208.

DEGEN, H.J., Hrsg., Voraussetzungen des Anarchismus, hier nur 2 S. Buchanzeige des OPPO Verlages, in PP 1537: 188.

DEGEN, HANS JUERGEN, Realsozialismus, Realkapitalismus, Freiheitlicher Sozialismus, 10 S., in PP 1408: 78.DEGEN, HANS JUERGEN, Wir Wollen Keine Sklaven Sein…”, Der Aufstand des 17. Juni 1953, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 34, 45 S., in PP 1156.

DEGEN, HANS-JUERGEN, Lexikon der Anarchie, 23 S., in PP 1326: 34. – Briefe, Vorschlaege, Bitten zur Mitarbeit, Gliederung, Beispiele, von 1990. Ist inzwischen erschienen. Soviel ich weiss, nicht nur als einmalig erchienenes kleines gebundenes Buch sondern as wachsende Lose-Blatt Sammlung. Aber dieser Weg ist viel teurer und zeitraubender als der auf alternativen Medien. – J.Z.

DEGEN, JUERGEN, Lexikon der Anarchie, 2pp on the plan of this book, to come out from Verlag Schwarzer Nachtschatten, in PP 932. It has appeared in the meantime. I have not yet acquired a copy and am not all that eager to – for how much can you say on a mere 200-300 pages on so vast a topic? I favour an open-ended and constantly growing encyclopedia of anarchism and libertarianism, to which anybody might contribute, whatever he liked, on such subjects. At most he might be asked to pay a corresponding small amount, for the microfilming of his contributions. I would not force it through the Procrustus bed of a single editor or editorial board. The spontaneous creativity of masses of people, who call themselves anarchists & libertarians, is apparently not as great as they believe, for such a constantly growing encyclopaedic effort has not yet begun. I did not receive a single response to my several appeals for it. It is not a matter for “experts” and scholars only but for anybody interested. Micrographically the costs are not an obstacle. See Libertarian Encyclopaedia, Anarchist Encyclopaedia. – J.Z.

DEGRAFF, HERRELL, The Spiritual Strength of the American System, 1961, 11pp, in PP 1,015.

DEHN JOE, Liberty by electronic mail, 1/2p, in PP 493.

DEHN, JOE, Libertarian FAQ: Mailing Lists, home page only, from jwd3@dehnbase.fidonet.org (Joe Dehn), 3pp, in PP 1535: 153.

DEHN, JOE, Computer Bulletin Boards Help Spread the Word, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 446.DEHN, JOE, Liberty Bucks Prove Successful, 1p, 29x, in PP 665.

DEHN, JOSEPH W., III, Electronic Mail, Networks Bolster Party, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 353.

DEHN, JOSEPH W., III, Support Urged for Private Electronic Mail, 1p, address given, in PP 1382/85: 273.

DEIGH, ROBB, Praised, Decried and Joined, Associations Are Multiplying, 3pp from INSIGHT, May 26, 1986, in PP 1539: 200. – On panarchism.

DEITSCHLER, WESLEY, Individual Sovereignty advocate, 2 reports of 1989, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 263.DEITSCHLER, WESTLEY F., An Open Letter to Mike Dukakis, 22 July, 1988, 4pp, in PP 967.

DEITSCHLER, WESTLEY F., An Open Letter to President Ronald Reagan, Governor Ted Schwinden and other Politicians around the World, their opponents and mostly their victims, July 4, 1988, 183pp, without index or contents listing, in PP 967.

DEJAN, JOE, Collective Myopia, a poem, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 356. – I like his pamphlets more. – J.Z.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, L’exploitation” des travailleurs, n.d., 2pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, 11 contributions, 19pp, mostly in French, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, A Challenge to Modern Alchimists, an article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Collective Myopia, a poem, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. Reduced, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, De la protection, 1p, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, De l’egalite a l’envie legalisee, n.d., no source, 3pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, DEJAN INSTITUTE, 5 pamphlets: The Mutant; The Devil Theory; From Mythology to Mycology; Man, State and the Market; A Challenge to Modern Alchemists. The latter belongs in the Free Banking Series. Ca. 1970, 29x, in PP 547.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Divagations et sophismes sur les monopoles, n.d., 2pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, L’aventure de la liberte, 2pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Le droit d’ignorer l’etat, par Herbert Spencer, presente et traduit de l’anglais par Joseph DeJan, 3pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Le Mutant, 2pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Les jeux olympiques de la bureaucratie, un peu d’humour, 1p, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Outline of a book: Idola Fori (Political Idols), being written by Joseph DeJan, 1/2 page. (He had written a ca. 400 page manuscript for this libertarian book ca. 10 years ago and was, in 1990, revising it on a computer. He used a simple $ 200 scanner to scan the typewritten manuscript into the computer, line by line, with ca. 2-3 scanning mistakes per line, a rate he found acceptable. First case that I know of a still labour intensive but economical use of scanning to save still more keyboarding. Here scanning by an agency, with 99% accuracy, would cost me ca. $ 1 per page, either from a microfiche or from a book. To that would have to be added either the print-out costs or the conversion costs to COM-fiche. In other words, this technology is still too expensive for me. However, anyone who is a fan of this technology, is free to use my collection as his input, to the extent that I do hold copyrights. Judging by my observations, many computer users do not keep all that much in their limited electronic memories. Either they can get the material converted to COM-fiche or get it printed out and then, when it becomes too voluminous, get it optically microfilmed. – J.Z.)

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Pathologie semantique, 2pp, in PP 962.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, Pathologie Semantique, 4pp: 157, in PP 1478.

DEJAN, JOSEPH, The Freedom Adventure, 13pp, n.d., an address presented at Northern Illinois University for the 2nd. Libertarian Festival, in PP 959.

DELANEY, JAMES R., Concepts and Computers, 5pp: 13, in PP 1479.

DELANEY, JAMES, Good for the Goose: A Philosophical Investigation into Moore’s Notion of the “Good”, Review of MOORE, G.E., Principia Ethica, 5pp: 42, in PP 1479.

DELANEY, JAMES, Rawl’s Theory of Justice, 5pp: 65. Part II, 5pp: 98, in PP 1479.

DELEON, DAVID, For Democracy Where We Work, 22pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

DELGADO, RICHARD & MILLEN, DAVID R., God, Galileo, and Government: Toward Constitutional Protection for Scientific Inquiry, WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 53, May 78, 349-404 summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p585, headed: Law and Scientific Inquiry.

DELI DOLLARS & GREENBACKS FOR FARMERS? See: GAINES, JUDITH, Food-backed financing, 1p on Deli Dollars, 1p: 122. “…more than glorified gift certificates for prepaid meals”? With some notes on Borsodi’s “Constants”, in PP 1491.


DELINQUENCY, See: COMFORT, ALEX, Delinquency, August 1950 lecture, 1951, London, Freedom Press, 16pp: 118, in PP 1489. – I wish I had his and his publisher’s permission to reproduce his long o.o.p. “Authority and Delinquency”, which should, perhaps, been titled: “Authority AS Delinquency. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

DEMAND FOR MEN, THE, PP 239, 242, 539,

DEMARCHY, a democratic alternative to electoral politics, 16pp, Aug. 89, published by BY LOT, Wollongong, N.S.W., Australia, 29x, in PP 912. See also PP 974.

DEMARCHY, See: MARTIN, BRIAN, Demarchy, a political alternative to electoral politics, 16pp, 16, in PP 1452. – I noticed too late that this version is only a draft, version 2 Dec. 1988, not intended for publication. – J.Z.

DEMATTAIS, PHILIP BREED, Individuality and the Social Organism: The Controversy between Max Stirner and Karl Marx, 183pp, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor. Here only a 3pp review, by FLYGARE, WILLIAM, in PP 1420/22: 393. – Further such studies were intended. His address, then, was given at the end.

DEMING, BARBARA, On Equilibrium and Revolution, 1968, 34pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.




DEMOCRACY & RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT, PP 239. – Even if one could easily, fast enough and successfully sue governments for damages they have done to oneself and others, who could pay these damages and why should they? But government officials are usually not punished but rather rewarded for their crimes. They cannot be held responsible for them because they commit them mostly legally and live anyhow at the expense of the taxpayers. It is hardly being held responsible when after cheating, looting and misdirecting and oppressing the tax payers for 3-6 years, they can be thrown out of office. Every bank robber would like that kind of immunity and tolerance for his deeds for as long a time – and a high pension and honours when he retires or is retired from his counterproductive “efforts”. – J.Z.


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

DEMOCRACY, PP 15, 77/78, 349, 391, 396/97, 411, 418/19 (pp42, 46 & 143), 422, 482, 542, 552, 570, 630, 696, 711, 809, 901, 915, 974/75, 1000, 1011, 1028/29, 1062, 1136, 1150, 1170, compare DEMARCHY, REFERENDUM, VOTING,

DEMOCRACY, See: DEARMOND, FRED, Signs of the Times, 4pp: 268, in PP 1529- 33.

DEMOCRACY, See: DENSON, JOHN V., Democracy and Freedom, 5pp: 283, in PP 1506/07.

DEMOCRACY, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, Freedom and Democracy, 14pp: 557, in PP 1529- 33.

DEMOCRACY, See: JUNIOR, BUD, Why Democracy = Mobocracy, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 421.DEMOCRACY, See: WALKER, KARL, Demokratie und Menschenrechte, 1947, 104 S., in PP 1360: 21. – Er tritt hier ein fuer Experimentierfreiheit fuer Minderheiten, z.B. auf S. 100. Vergl. “On Panarchy”.



DEMSETZ, HAROLD, Extending Market Use, 3pp, in PP 1425: 16.

DEMSETZ, HAROLD, Social Responsibility in the Enterprise Economy, SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 10, 1978, 1-11, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p611, headed: Is Market Self-Interest Socially Responsible?



DENENBERG, DENNIS, The Missing Link: New England Influence on Early National Educational Policies, THE NEW ENGLAND QUARTERLY 52, June 79, 219-233, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p998, headed: Early Federal Educational Policy.

DENON, CD-ROM Prices with some notes on this publishing option by John Zube, 3pp, in PP 1356: 117. – DENON, CD-ROM price list, 96, 1p, in PP 1348: 121.

DENON, CD-ROM Replication prices, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 484. – One of the “miracles” of modern technology, still largely ignored by freedom lovers for their purposes. – J.Z.

DENSON, JOHN V., Democracy and Freedom, 5pp: 283, in PP 1506/07.

DEPARTMENT OF FAIR TRADING, N.S.W. Consumer Protection Agency, Thinking Business? Think Cooperatives, 8pp, in PP 1512: 177-184.

DEPARTMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY, Commonwealth Government’s Policy on Employee Participation: A Broad View, 15pp, 1978, 29x, in PP 294-297.DEPORTATION, PP 583.DEPOSIT INSURANCE, PP 381, 792, 904,

DEPOSIT INSURANCE, See: HEIPLE, RAE C., How Safe Is Your Money? The case against FDIC, 1p, in PP 277/278: 215.

DEPOSITORY TRUST CO. OF ELYSIA, Open YOUR Security Account, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.

DEPRES, LEON M., Introduction, 5pp, to ALTGELD, JOHN P., Reasons for Pardoning the Haymarket Anarchists, in PP 1233.

DEPRESSION THEORY OF THE AUSTRIANS, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, Friedman vs. The Austrians, Part II: Was There an Inflationary Boom in the 1920’s? 2pp from THE FREEMAN, April 1995, in PP 1519.


DEPRESSION: GRINDER, WALTER E., The Great Depression and the Future, 3pp review of 4 books, including Rothbard’s, in PP 1367/68: 123. – Not only some but ALL depression theories should be surveyed and sufficiently refuted, when necessary. – J.Z.

DEPRESSIONS, CAUSES, as seen by Henry George, PP 624.

DEPRESSIONS, PP 290, 371, 786, 804, 806, 923, 995, 1021, 1132, see Crises, Unemployment. – Since there are hundreds of theories on causes and cures for depressions, it seems dishonest to discuss them as if there were only one or a few that one mentions. If I could get them, and permission for this, I would like to film the at least 2 lists of the several hundred crises theories that do exist, one in German, Zeitschrift fuer das gesamte Kreditwesen, and at least a supplementary listing, probably mentioned by Meulen, in his THE INDIVIDUALIST, in the U.K. J.Z.)

DEPRESSIONS, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Boom and Bust, 14pp: 354, in PP 1529- 33. – SUMMERS, BRIAN, Economic Recovery, 2pp: 357, in PP 1529- 33.

DEPUGH, ROBERT B., An Evaluation of Objectivism, 4pp, in PP 1,037.DEPUGH, ROBERT B., Critique of Objectivism, 1970, 16pp, published by Patriotic Party, Independence, Missouri, in PP 1125. Not the best criticism of A.R. that I have seen – but microfilm has room for it. – J.Z.

DEREGULATION VS. FRANCHISING, See: HIBBS, JOHN, Why Bus Deregulation Works Better than Franchising, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 78, 2pp: 25, in PP 1487.

DEREGULATION, PP 719, 723, 733, 1014, 1104/05, 1139, 1150,

DEREGULATION, See: COMPANY DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA, Deregulated Incorporation for Small Business, 5pp leaflet, in PP 274: 131.

DEREGULATION, See: DAVENPORT, JOHN A., Why Not Deregulate Labor? 4pp: 438, in PP 1529- 33. – Although a counter-measure to collectively imposed labour legislation, in itself, it would be a collective imposition, too, upon all the advocates of labour legislation. The libertarian approach demands only that individuals become free to opt out of this legislation or whole territorial States with such and other non-libertarian constitutions, laws and jurisdiction, and also free to practise their libertarian beliefs in exterritorially autonomous communities of volunteers. If they demanded this liberty ONLY for themselves, they would not have much chance to become as free. However, they could use the varied opposition forces and aim at: “To everybody the government or non-governmental society of his or her dreams”. That aim could lead to a very powerful international federation which could turn the majority in most countries into allies of libertarians and anarchists, for none of the existing majorities is lasting and monolithic. – At last not only full freedom of expression and information, using ALL opportunities for them, but also FULL EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM in the political, economic and social spheres, all only among volunteers and at their risk and expense. THAT would teach ’em! – J.Z.,13.11.98.

DEREGULATION: MACHAN, TIBOR, The Moral Case for Deregulation, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 369.DEREGULATOR, Raleigh, NC, editor and publisher: Rich Henderson, I/1, Aug. 86; No. 9, May/June 87; No. 11, Aug. 87 – No. 14, Dec. 87, 90pp, in PP 480.

DERICUM, CHRISTA, Aufstand gegen die Hierarchie. Anarchismus: Fuer seine Verfechter unvereinbar mit dem Terrorismus, 2 S. aus ZEIT, 30.9.77, eine Besprechung von: LOESCHE, PETER, Anarchismus, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1977, 169S., 29,- DM. Aus der Sammlung von K.Z., in PP 1321.

DERICUM, CHRISTA, Gustav Landauer, 13 S., in PP 1326.

DERMASSEN, Bern, Vertrieb anarchistischer Literatur, 2pp, 29x, in PP 725.

DERRICK, PAUL, Men Over Industry, Modern Publishers, Indore, 22pp, 24x, in PP 319.

DESAI, MEGHNAD, The Consolation of Slavery, THE ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW, U.K., August 1976, 491-503, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p82. Headed: Self-Interest vs. Slavery.


DESCALLAR, R., Anarchism and legal rules, 1980, 11pp, 29x, in PP 509.

DESERTERS FROM CONSCRIPT FORCES: GORDON, DORIS, Amnesty for Deserters? 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 209.

DESERTION & PEACE, PP 16-18, 428ff: S.1715 & 2101, 2238,

DESERTS, PP 1028/29: See: Irrigation, Water.

DESIGNER DISEASES : AIDS as Biological and Psychological Warfare, 3pp, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.

DESJARDINS, PAUL, Thomas Paine: Father of Republics, 78pp, in PP 1163.

DESMOND, ARTHUR, Labor Song or Hear Tigers Snarl, reproduced in COMMONWEAL AND WORKERS ADVOCATE, Jan. 1893, 2pp, 24x, in PP 244. – With people using such language, one can rarely rationally discuss the option of employees organizing as a productive coop & buying the enterprises they are employed in, on terms, using value preserving clauses bond and possibly their own means of payment for the repayment of this debt. – J.Z.

DESMOULINS, CAMILLE, Aux Arms Citoyens! July 12th, 1789, with some comments by Violet Methley from her biography of C.D., by Lamartine, Oncken, Emma Goldman and John Zube, 63pp, 29x, in PP 643. – Can nothing be done? Just pick your time, place, opportunity and the right words! – J.Z.


DETEKTIVE FUER SCHIFFSLADUNGEN U. SAMENTUETE, 2 S. ueber “Hamburger Atteste”, Institutionen, Botanik, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 200.


DETERRENCE, NUCLEAR, PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, 1052-61 (LA For. Pol. Persp. 19).

DETERRENCE, THE VITAL NUCLEAR DETERRENT, PP 698. It is only vital that it becomes destroyed, unilaterally and multilaterally. It is conceptually wrong and in practice. It aims at and hits victims rather than victimizers. It does not target the despotic decision makers. A non-criminal cop on the beat does not require nuclear weapons, either. Ultimately and in the long run, they neither defend nor deter. They tend to get into criminal hands, if they are not already. I consider holding them in readiness, even with the “best” intentions, to be among the ultimate crimes and stupidities. Only their actual firing would be worse. See PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, Collective Responsibility, Defence, Liberation, Revolutionary Warfare & Tyrannicide. The “nuclear deterrent” does not cope with the risk of accidental nuclear war at all but establishes, prolongs and enlarges that risk. Only today I found a hint in the paper that Japan is to acquire nuclear weapons, largely because we have tolerated them in the hands of a madman in North Korea. Compare, Tyrannicide. Compare Rothbard, War, Peace & the State. Mass murder means and anti people “weapons” are not a means to a free society. These means predetermine the END. With Mutual Assured Destruction: MAD policies, all such governments, broke all contracts – if they ever entered any – and made themselves enemies No. 1 & fair game for any rightful and discriminating resistance actions. However, that resistance has to be prepared in the minds first, the minds of the nuclear targets, all individuals and peoples, everywhere, minds still captivated by the statist religion, in spite of the nuclear evidence for non-statism. Nuclear weapons have rendered the pretence of “security through government efforts” into a farce and tragi-comedy. There is little hope to enlighten any of the governmentalist mega death “thinkers”. A long enlightenment road is ahead before we have enlightened, motivated and enabled ourselves do something effectively to end this danger. Maybe we will run out of time before we achieve that, with warfare States now nuclear-armed, possibly by the dozens. – J.Z., 31 Jan. 94.

DETHLOFF, HENRY & BRYANT, KEITH L., Jr., Entrepreneurship: A Consequence of our Social Structure, 1p: 64, in PP 1469.

DETROIT NEWS, Tax Funding for Slavery? Then Why for Abortion? 1982, 1p, in PP 1121.

DETROIT NEWS, THE, Drugs, old problems, new options, special issue, May 15-20, 1988, 23pp, in PP 1362/63: 77.

DEUTSCHE IDO GESELLSCHAFT, Flugblaetter fuer IDO, 7 S., in PP 1307: 117.

DEUTSCHER RECHTS- UND LEBENSSCHUTZ-VERBAND, 2 S. Flugblatt ueber Kontaminationsmessgeraet TBM-3, 29x, in PP 728.

DEUTSCHMAN, ALAN, Profit Isn’t Against the Rules at this High School, 1p clipping on the American Renaissance School, 1985, in PP 1100.

DEVALUATION, The Aggressive Act of Currency Devaluation – and how to Counter it, PP 8, 1114. – With some notes on a monetary revolution.

DEVELOPING WORLD MONITOR, Washington, IFF, I/2 & II/2, Nov. 90, and Feb. 91, 14pp, in PP 1,002.




DEVELOPMENT, PP 11, 740, 995, 1106, 1107.

DEVELOPMENT, See: BECHARA, DENNIS, The Development of Puerto Rico, 13pp: 334, in PP 1529- 33.

DEVELOPMENT, See: KUEHNELT-LEDDIHN, ERIC VON, The Woes of the Underdeveloped Nations, 12pp: 130, in PP 1529- 33.

DEVELOPMENT, See: ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 2pp, of: KRAUSS, MELVYN B., Development without Aid: Growth, Poverty and Government, McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1983, 208pp: 413.

DEVELOPMENT: MAJEWSKI, JOHN, Third World Development Foreign Aid or Free Trade? 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 219. – From THE FREEMAN.

DEVINE, DONALD J., Adam Smith and the Problem of Justice in Capitalist Society, THE JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 6, June 77, 399-409, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p524, headed: Adam Smith on Social Justice.

DEYO, RICHARD N., Libertarianism: Larger than Law, 2pp, in PP 1356.

DEYOUNG, GARRY, Spencer, IA., Curmudgeon Corner, from FACTSHEET FIVE, No. 33, 1p, on “courts of justice” of territorial States, in PP 1137.

DFG-VK Informiert, ein 6 S. Flugblatt, in PP 831.

DIALOGUE ON LIBERTY, Boulder, Col., by Jerry van Sickle, 1985, 6pp, sample, in PP 1133.

DIAMOND, IRENE & ORENSTEIN, GLORIA FEMAN, Editors, The Emergence of Eco-feminism, 26 essays, Sierra Book Club, 2pp review, in PP1534: 111.

DIAMOND, J., Monogamy and Promiscuity, 7pp, 36x, in PP 412, p10.DIAMOND, MARTIN, The American Ideal of Equality : The View from the Founding, REVIEW OF POLITICS, USA, 38, 1976, 313-331, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p106. Headed: Equal Liberty.

DIANNYERE, A., Preuves arithmetiques de la necessite d’encourage l’agriculture, 4pp, in PP 778-783.

DIBELIUS, OTTO, Grenzen des Staates, 1949, 121 S., with appendix : Eine typische Predigt, 1957, 6pp & notes by Ulrich von Beckerath and John Zube, in PP 786. To some extent, in the above book, he supplemented W.v. Humboldt’s classic on the Limits of the State. J.Z.

DICK, CARL, The Textbook Cartel, 1p, in PROTOS, in PP 1112. – I know of numerous, expensive and laborious and time wasting attempts to break it via repeated photocopying, with each producing the own copy, but of none, of any student union, to break it micrographically, with copyrights permission or using underground options. The savings through coop bookshops are piddlewinks by comparison. Where are the entrepreneurs among those confessing belief in free enterprise? More risky, because the policing is more intense, would be the micrographic reproduction of the computer handbooks on pirated software. The suppliers, at monopoly prices, have in recent years begun to avoid this risk by offering the textbook, too, on disks only, which are somewhat copy protected. – J.Z.

DICK, HAROLD, Dr., Naturopathy, 2pp, in PP 274.

DICK, MARGARET, What to Do when the Cash Flow Stows, SAVVY, July 82, 2pp, 29x, in PP 865.

DICKENS, BOB, Anarchism, Terrorism and Individualism, 2pp, in PP 1328 : 141.

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

DICKENS, BOB, Thoreau on slavery, economy & alienation, 7pp, n.d., in PP 1151.

DICKINSON, C.L., Free Men for Better Job Performance, 66, Institute for Humane Studies, 20pp, in PP 1408: 86.

DICKINSON, DICK, Kill Ugly Nationalism, 1p: 17, in PP 1465.

DICKINSON, DICK, The Metric System. Freedom in Weights and Measures, 1p: 2, in PP 1465.

DICKSON, J., Rev., Introduction to the Tax Revolt, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 221.

DICKSON, PAUL, Think Tanks, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 96, in PP 1468.




DICTATORSHIPS: WHEELER-NICHOLSON, MALCOLM, Calling Stalin’s Bluff, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 201. – On hitting a dictatorship like Stalin’s from the inside.

DIDEROT, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Dawn of the Modern Spirit, Sketches of Voltaire, Rousseau, D’Aranda, Franklin and Diderot, Haldeman-Julius Co., n.d., 63pp, vol. XI in the series: 100 Men who Moved the World, Character Sketches of the Greatest Creative Forces of History, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, No. 464 of his series, in PP 1164.

DIEHL, KARL und MOMBERT, PAUL, Hrsg., Freihandel und Schutzzoll, Lesestuecke, 1914, 200 S., 29x, in PP 620.

DIELO TROUDA GROUP, THE, Organizational Platform of a General Union of Anarchists, by Nestor Makhno, Piotr Arshinov, Ida Mett, Valevsky, Linsky, 10pp: 50, in PP 1482.

DIETRICH, JOHN H., Robert G. Ingersoll, An Appreciation, 1929, 20pp, a lecture, in PP 477.

DIETZE, GOTTFRIED, Review, 2pp, of: FLOWER, MILTON E., John Dickinson: Conservative Revolutionary, 1983, Univ. of Virginia Press, 338pp: 396, in PP 1529- 33.

DIETZE, GOTTFRIED, The Ascent of Liberalism and German Immigration, 12pp, in PP 1143.DIETZE, GOTTFRIED, Two Concepts of the Rule of Law, 1973, 108pp: 157, 3pp review only, by RIDGWAY K. FOLEY Jr., in PP 1529- 33.

DIGGINS, JOHN PATRICK, John Dewey in Peace and War, THE AMERICAN SCHOLAR 50, Spring 81, 217-236, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1388, headed: Dewey, Pragmatism, and War.DIGGINS, JOHN PATRICK, Power and Authority in American History: The Case of Charles A. Beard and his Critics, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 86, Oct. 81, 701-730, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1881, headed: Charles A. Beard: Power vs. Authority.

DIGGS, JAMES H., Affinity Group of Evolutionary Anarchists, AGEA, 1/96, 4pp of addresses, sent by Millennium Twain, in PP 1355: 103.

DIGITAL CASH, See: MATONIS, JON W., Digital Cash and Monetary Freedom, 1995, 7pp, in PP 1534: 1.

DIGITAL PAPER IS BECKONING, clipping of article by Helen Meredith, THE AUSTRALIAN, 28 March 89, page 516 in PP 907-910. – I will really take note once many libertarian writings are made thus available or on CD-ROMs. J.Z.)

DILLEN, J.G. van, The Economic History of the Netherlands and the Bank of Amsterdam (1609 – 1820), 1929, 58pp, in PP 1268.

DILLING, YVONNE & MARY JO BOWMAN, Revolutionary Violence: A Dialogue on Central America, 1981, 31pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123. (How much of this and other violence is merely reactionary violence, in radical camouflage? – J.Z.)

DILORENZO, THOMAS J., Public Policy & the Free Economy, 18pp: 324, in PP 1529- 33.

DILORENZO, THOMAS J., The Political Economy of Protectionism, THE FREEMAN, July 88, 5pp, in PP 1367/68: 233.DILWORTH, JAMES A.B., Free Banking, A Natural Right, 1897, 212pp, in PP 970. (This was a joyful surprise for me in Bettina Bien Greaves’ library. Who knows of or has more such treasures – and is willing to make them available in excellent photocopies, for microfilming? J.Z.)

DIMBLEBY, JONATHAN, The Tin Miners of Llallagua, 2pp: 164, in PP 1506/07. – The difference which monetary and financial freedom could make for them and others, even poorer ones, in Bolivia and elsewhere, is not mentioned here. Most libertarian development programs neglect the monetary freedom factor or imagine that the conventional gold standard currency, based upon gold redemptionism, could be a sufficient substitute for it. – J.Z., 27.5.98.

DIMICK, HOWARD T. & others, The Truth about American Evangelists, LBB No. 1273, 1928, 64pp, in PP 1224.

DINNEEN, GREG, Germ Liberation, 1983, 114pp, in PP 897. See also the leaflets under VEGETARIAN INFORMATION CENTRE. – Will the next conservation and liberation movement be one in favour of sub-atomic particles? – J.Z.

DIOGENES OF PANARCHIA, a short TC note of 12 Sep. 82, with reply by J.Z., in PP 907-910.

DIOGENES OF PANARCHIA, contributions on panarchism, in TC 90, 13 Oct. 80, in PP 869; in TC 92 of 4 Jan. 81, in PP 869; in TC 94 – 98, in PP 869; in TC 101, of 24 Jan. 82, in PP 869; in TC No. 104, of 6 June 82, in PP 869; in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, in PP 870; in TC 119 of 29 Apr. 84, in PP 870; in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, in PP 870; in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, in PP 879; in TC 123-155, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901. With some panarchist comments by John Zube, often years late. I hold that it is less important to have rapid responses than to have, at least somewhere and retrievably, complete and correct responses. Then, by someone, the complete debate may be offered in some or the other package deal. One should keep in mind that some freedom discussions, e.g. free will and determinism, utilitarianism or moralism, gradualism vs. revolutionism, improvement of institutions vs. improvements of persons, have been going on already for a very long time. – J.Z.

DIOGENES OF PANARCHIA, Thoughts on Property, 2pp, in PP 467p57. – See also under BEN BEST.

DIONYSIOS, Der Revolutionaer, 3 S.: 56, in PP 1523.

DIPLOMACY, PP 696.DIPLOMACY, See: NEILSON, FRANCIS, How Diplomats Make War, 1915, 392pp, 728, in PP 1457/62.


DIRECT ACTION MOVEMENT, Winning the Class War: An Anarcho-Syndicalist Strategy, 1991, 28pp, in 1p, in PP 1534: 108.

DIRECT ACTION, IWW, 4pp, in PP 467.

DIRECT ACTION, PP 509. Compare also Campaigning, Referendum, ON PANARCHY, Tolerance, Experimental Freedom, Individual Secessionism.

DIRECT DEMOCRACY, PANARCHY & DICTATORSHIP, PP 422. See: Referendum, On Panarchy, Town Meeting.

DIRECTIONS, A Magazine for the Survivalist, sample issue, vol. 9, No.8, March 86, 4pp, 29x, in PP 638.

DIRECTIONS, IV/3, October 80 & X/2, 1986, 24pp, in PP 935.

DIRECTIONS, TWO AT ONCE, PP 308. Territorially we are supposed to pull in one direction but actually, exterritorialy, individually and common interest group motivated, we pull into thousands of different directions at once – thus getting nowhere while still tied to territorial statism. – Allow each to make his own journeys, at his own risk and expense. End all imposed collective decision-making! – J.Z.

DIRECTORIES FOR MICROFILMED LITERATURE, offering free listings, PP 725. But until the markets for such literature are sufficiently developed, they do not offer many sales to the libertarian microfilm publisher. – J.Z.

DIRECTORIES, 340 pp, comprising Spectrum, The Australian Spectrum, Resource Directory – by Archives Project and Freenetwork directory, Feb. 1986, Anarchist Association of the Americas, Jim Stumm’s Directory of Libertarian Periodicals, Index of Liberty by Ian Sommerfelt Petterson,1985, preliminary listing of people interested in monetary freedom, introduction to Resources Information Services, Green Alliance directory, Sydney Bio-Regional Resource Guide, FREE MARKET YELLOW PAGES by Dagny Enterprises, 1986 ed., information on the E-Mail directory by Daniel Tobias, preliminary listing of libertarians who use computers, 6/86, 42x, in PP 637. Compare the PP 726 directory issue, with Free Market Yellow Pages, 87/88. See also MOORE, CAROL: Decentralist Directory.

DIRECTORIES, Addresses from BRICK PILLOW, related magazines, 2pp, in PP 500.

DIRECTORIES, Intentional Communities & Communes, see 2 lists, 1985 & 1989, in PP 956.

DIRECTORIES, PP 10, 13 (pp81-82), 50-54, 226, 387 – 390, 392, 426, 523, 594, 622, 637, 675/6, 726, 728, 741, 850, 863/865(p637ff), 871, 877, 905, 920, 954, 956, 961, 1020, 1034, 1052-61, 1105, 1141, 1166, 1170. See FREENETWORK, FACTSHEET FIVE, FREE MARKET YELLOW PAGES (622, 675, 680, 726), INDEX ON LIBERTY,

DIRECTORIES, Prestigious Libertarian Research Groups Offer Abundance of Useful Information, 2pp of addresses & literature summaries, in PP 1382/85: 457.


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


DIRECTORIES, See THE ANARCHIST AGE, No. 2, Dec. 1990, Melbourne, 48pp, in PP 1166. Contains a 4pp international guide to anarchist publications. I believe No.1 contained anarchist association addresses. – Who but anarchist and libertarian computer fans are to blame for not providing up-to-date freedom directories? Free market ideas and services cannot win without information about them being sufficiently marketed. – J.Z.

DIRECTORIES, See: Australian Freedom Addresses, with some N.Z. ones, a 7th compilation by John Zube, Sep. 95, 56pp, in PP 1278: 153. – Sep. 1997 edition, 84pp, in new edition of PP 20.



DIRECTORIES, See: LIBERTARIAN ORGANIZATIONS & PUBLICATIONS, Dec. 1998, currently maintained by Bob Bickford, 22pp, in PP1534: 177. – LIBERTARIAN ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS, Compiled by Advocates of Self-Government, 1995, 9pp, in PP1534: 199. – This may be one of the in-between files which led finally to the file above under 49.

DIRECTORIES, See: LIBERTARIAN ORGANIZATIONS, compiled by Robert Bickford, 2/99, 27pp, in PP 1541/42: 372.

DIRECTORIES, See: RIGHT GUIDE, THE, 1993, The Comprehensive Directory of Classical Liberal, Conservative, Free Market and Traditional Value Organizations, by Economics America, Ann Arbor, 456pp, here only advertised in a leaflet, 3pp, in PP 1276.

DIRECTORIES: 56 Libertarian Oriented Organizations, compiled by Advocates for Self-Government, 1992, from THE LIBERATOR, Winter 1992, 2pp, in PP 1,034.

DIRECTORIES: Contact addresses of YOUTH CONNECTION, 1989, 1p, in PP 478. On Censorship, 1989, 1p contact addresses, in PP 479. – Nameless Anarchist Horde Mailing List, from Bob Shea, 2pp, in PP 479.

DIRECTORIES: DIRECTORY OF AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATIONS, 2pp announcement, 1987, in PP 851, 2pp leaflet, in PP 925.

DIRECTORIES: DIRECTORY OF FREE BANKING PROFESSORS, 1p, 29x, in PP 865. – The professors, on their own, have not done so well in providing enlightenment in this sphere. Let everybody have a go – and provide a directory to all people interested in this question or aspects of it. – J.Z.

DIRECTORIES: DIRECTORY OF LIBERTARIAN PERIODICALS, 1.) ca. 130, compiled by Jim Stumm, August 1985, 29x, in PP 594, 2.) April 1986 issue: 7pp, 42x, in PP 637, 3.) Nov. 86 edition, 8pp, 29x, in PP 675, 5th ed., by Jim Stumm, April 88, 9pp, in PP 850, 6th ed., March 89, by Jim Stumm, 8pp, 29x, in PP 871.

DIRECTORIES: Free Market Research a Real Resource, 1p survey of libertarian think-tanks, 1988, in PP 1382/85: 370.

DIRECTORIES: PITT, TONY, Freedom Addresses in Australia, 1996, transcribed, selected and with some comments by John Zube, 12pp, 546. In the meantime, my updated Sep.97 directory of such addresses is out, in a new edition of PP 20.

DIRECTORY OF BULLETIN BOARD SYSTEMS carrying libertarian Message and File Areas, 1p, 89, in PP 1382/85: 396. – See: INTERNET.

DIRECTORY, German coops & projects: Organizationen & Projecte, in PP 1413/14: 2-4.

DIRECTORY, Organizations and Magazines, 1p, in PP 1323: 55.

DIRECTORY, See: ASHFORD, NIGEL, Exploring Libertarianism: The Main Libertarian Organisations and how to Connect with them, 2pp, STUDY GUIDE No. 6: 117, in PP 1516. – LIBERATOR, THE, Fifty-One Libertarian Oriented Organizations, 1988, 2pp: 21, in PP 1526.

DISABLED: ROBERTS, LOIS, The Able Disabled, Review of: VISCARDI, HENRY, Jr., Give us the Tools, 5pp, in PP 1376: 263. – “Give us?” The able & willing of the somewhat disabled should be credit-worthy, at least under monetary & financial freedom. If the “able” do not bother about monetary and financial freedom, then, perhaps, the handicapped, should. – J.Z.DISAPPOINTMENT OF LIBERTY, THE, PP 1074.

DISARMAMENT & JOBS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Disarmament and Job Loss, 1p: 57, in PP 1515.

DISARMAMENT BY THE PEOPLE, PP 3, 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, See: MILITIA, NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, REFERENDUM.DISARMAMENT PLATFORM OF WRL, PP 1019.DISCH DESIGNS for vehicles, muscle and solar powered, German leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 710.



DISCOUNT COUPONS, American, 14 million a week processed at CPA, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.



DISCRIMINATION, BLESSING OF, PP 418/19p149. Compare Affirmative Action, Equality, Human Rights, Liberty, Egality, Egalitarianism, Racism. See: HARPER, F.A., Blessings of Discrimination, FEE, In Brief, 7/1, 1951, 15pp, in PP 999.


DISCRIMINATION, See: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Discrimination Rules, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 276.

DISCRIMINATION, See: SOMERSET, GLANVILLE, No Sex, Please, We’re the Human Rights Commission, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 224.

DISCRIMINATION: LEEF, GEORGE C., The Economics & Politics of Discrimination, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 10, from THE FREEMAN, Feb. 81.

DISCUSSION BULLETIN, Grand Rapids, No. 40, March 90, 24pp: 168, in PP 1455.


DISCUSSION, A Journal for Free Spirits, ed. by Laurance Labadie, vol 1, Nos. 6 & 7, 1937, 38 pp, 48x, in PP 740. (Extensive monetary freedom discussion. All other issues wanted for filming. – J.Z.)

DISCUSSION, A Journal for Free Spirits, Vol. I, No. 5, n.d., edited by Laurance Labadie, Detroit, issued – tentatively, 10 pages and No. 8, Jan. 38, 16pp ( last issue ), in PP 1393: 65. – Issues 6 & 7 were reproduced in PP 740. Nos. 1-4 are still wanted by me for microfiching. J.Z., 10/97.

DISINVESTMENT: LOUW, LEON, Disinvestment, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 133.

DISKS FROM THE INTERNET: SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, THE B & R SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, West Roxbury, published by Richard Seltzer, published on disk with the appeal: “Please Copy This Disk”. 144 pp, in PP 1409/10: 243.

DISOBEDIENCE TO WICKED LAWS, PP 1150. See Civil Disobedience.





DIUK, NADIA & KARATNYCKY, ADRIAN, The Hidden Nations: The People Challenge the Soviet Union, 1990, 284pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499. (A classic title on this was: Eugene Lyons, Our Secret Allies, The Peoples of Russia, London, Arco Publications Limited, 1954, 376pp, which was kept out of print and out of sight for all too long. It reported on the prolonged earlier revolutionary and military struggle of many groups against the totalitarian communist regime. Every time the mass media or politicians and academics spoke about “Russia” and “the Russians”, instead, these people were insulted and a wrongful and even MAD policy towards them was supported. – J.Z.)

DIVEGLIA, A.V., Epistemology and the Politics of Freedom, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.


DIVORCE, PP 244, 247-273 ( GREELEY, YARROS, ANDREWS): pp 119ff.

DIXON, KEITH, Is Cultural Relativism Self-Refuting? BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 27, March 1977, 75-88, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p203. Headed: Relativism.


do. It is just not good enough when just one institution in the world possesses a complete collection – and does not share it micrographically. – J.Z.

DOBE, F., J.H. MACKAY als Mensch, Edition Plato, Koblenz 1987, nur ein Hinweis, 2pp, Titelblatt, auf dieses Buch, in PP 825.

DOBE, FRIEDRICH, John Henry Mackay als Mensch, 1987, 94pp, review by HUBERT KENNEDY, 2pp: 64, in PP 1505.

DOBRIN, RONALD L., Nice Jewish Boys, 13pp: 131, in PP 1506/07. – Short story.

DOBRINER, WILLIAM M., Freedom and Authority, YALE REVIEW, USA, 66, 1977: 237-251, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p48. Headed : Freedom and Authority.

DOCKER, F.J., Douglas Delusions, A Critical Examination of the Douglas Credit Proposals, Sydney, 1933, 244pp, in PP 1,042.

DOCTORS FOR DISASTER PREPAREDNESS, Tapes of 12th Annual Meeting, 1994, 1p list, in PP 1281/82.

DOCTORS FOR LIFE, Dublin, Abortion & Rape, 1p, in PP 1426: 101.

DODD, Peter & OFFICER, R.R., Corporate Control, Economic Efficiency and Shareholder Justice, CIS, 1986, 42pp, 36x, in PP 718.

DODD, Peter, BISHOP, Steven & OFFICER, R.R., Australian Takeovers: The Evidence, 1972 – 1985, CIS, 1987, 81pp, 36x, in PP 718.

DODGE, GUY H., Conquest, Dictatorship, and Ancient Liberty, in: Benjamin Constant’s Philosophy of Liberty: A Study in Politics and Religion. Chapel Hill: The U. of North Carolina P., 1980, ch.2, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1659, headed: Benjamin Constant & Liberty.

DODGE, JIM, Living by Life, Some Bioregional Theory and Practice, 2pp excerpt, 29x, in PP 742.

DODSWORTH, WILLIAM, Our Legal Tender System; Its Evils and Their Remedy, 1897, 15pp, in PP 973. (He wants to reform rather than abolish it! To me that sounds like reforming crime or totalitarianism. J.Z.)

DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., American Dissent. Review of: MORLEY, FELIX, For the Record, 8pp: 185, in PP 1506/07.

DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., Roosevelt and Dissent, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 177.

DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., Seeking the Political Kingdom: A Review Essay, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 150. Discusses 3 theological books.

DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., The Anti-interventionist Tradition: Leadership and Perceptions, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1315, 61pp.

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

DOERR, PAUL, A Help! Note, 1p, 29x, in PP 724. I wish he would help himself, e.g. by producing first a clearly legible text and then only getting it microfilmed. Even micrographics cannot perform miracles in microfilming his material. – J.Z.

DOIG, DON, New Hope for Freedom: Fully Informed Jurors, 6pp, ed. by Jarret Wollstein, in PP 1445: 28.

DOKA, CARL, Switzerland’s Four National Languages, 13pp, 29x, in PP 509.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., Black Flag for a New Decade, 1p, 36x, in PP 369. (On Tuccille: Radical Libertarianism.)

DOLAN, EDWIN G., Dr., Anarchism as Political Philosophy: Review of WOLFF, ROBERT PAUL, In Defence of Anarchism, 2pp: 421, in PP 1457/62.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., Dr., Capitalism & the Environment, 3pp: 389, in PP 1457/62.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., Free Enterprise and Free Education, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., Liberty and the University, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., On Women’s Liberation, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

DOLAN, EDWIN G., The Lenin Centennial, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

DOLE, JAMES, See: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, James Dole: The Best Type of American Businessman, 5pp: 11, in PP 1506/07.

DOLGOFF, SAM, A Critique of Marxism, 23pp, 24x, in PP 288.

DOLGOFF, SAM, Bibliography, 1p, in PP 1534: 93.

DOLGOFF, SAM, Laissez Faire “Libertarianism” versus Anarchism, 2pp, 29x, in PP 385, 4pp, 48x, in PP 633.

DOLGOFF, SAM, The Cuban Revolution: A Critical Perspective, 1p review by MICHAEL HARGIS, in PP 1432/1439: 1433.

DOLGOFF, SAM, The New Anarchism, 1973, 2pp, 29x, in PP 562.

DOLGOFF, SAM, The Relevance of Anarchism to Modern Society, 17pp: 48, in PP 1501. – SAM WEINER was his pseudonym.

DOLGOFF, SAM, The Relevance of Anarchism to Modern Society, 1977, 23pp, 24x, in PP 244.

DOLGOFF, SAM, Third World Nationalism and the State, 20pp, n.d., published by the Anarchist Communist Federation of North America, as the 3rd. Nr. in its pamphlet series. In PP 1158.

DOLL, JAMES, Italian Lemonade, 7pp: 580, in PP 1529- 33.

DOLLARS & SENSE, NTU, VII/7 (Sep. 78), VII/2 (Feb.79), VIII/4 (Mar. 79), 28pp, all on hand at present, in PP 1165.DOLLARS, What Do You Mean by “Dollars”? PP 83/84.

DOLMETSCHER, UEBERSETZER: Das Sprachengehirn von Lake Success. UN – Dolmetscher mit Pensionsrecht – sie kennen ihre Pappenheimer, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 236. – Lohnt es sich wirklich, diese Ansprachen anzuhoeren, zu uebersetzen, und in Niederschriften zu lesen? Wurde damit jemals irgendetwas Positives erreicht? – J.Z., 7.6.96.

DOMAN, ANDREW S., Health Insurance and Efficient Health Service Delivery, 20pp, 1986, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.

DOMHOFF, G. WILLIAM, The Bohemian Grove and other Retreats, 1p review by BILL EVERS, in PP 1367/68: 106.

DOMHOFF, G. WILLIAM, The Higher Circles, – “… a milestone in the Left-wing assault on New Deal Liberalism.” – Review only, by R.A. Childs, 4pp: 424, in PP 1457/62.

DOMINION OF MELCHEZEDEK, Constitution, with a note by J. Zube, 7pp, in PP 1535: 82. Its essence appears to me to be still only territorial and limited governmentalism.

DOMINION OF MELCHEZEDEK, Declaration of Sovereignty, 1p, n.d. , in PP 1535: 89.

DOMINION OF MELCHIZEDEK, Introduction to this new “new country” effort, 3pp, in PP 1535: 79.

DON BELL REPORTS, Year 31, No. 10, March 9 84; 17, April 27, 84; 18, May 4, 84; 23, June 8, 84; 23, again, but: June 13, 86, 25, June 27, 86; 28, July 18, 86; 32, Aug. 15, 86 (year 33); Year 34, No. 1, Jan. 2, 1987; 36pp, in PP 1417: 100.

DONALDSON, THOMAS, Dr., 4pp on his legal cryonics case, in PP 982.

DONALDSON, THOMAS, Jesus Was an Immortalist, 2pp: 110, in PP 1293/95.

DONALDSON, TOM, notes on Panarchism, in TC 90, 13 Oct. 80, with some panarchist comments by J. Zube, part of 4pp, 29x, in PP 869.

DONISTHORPE, WORDSWORTH, Money, in JUS, Nov. 25, 1887, 2pp, in PP 803.

DONISTHORPE, WORDSWORTH, contribution to A SYMPOSIUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 1890, 8pp, 29x, in PP 356.

DONISTHORPE, WORDSWORTH, INDIVIDUALISM, A System of Politics, 1889, 399pp, 24x, PP 235.

DONISTHORPE, WORDSWORTH, Law in a Free State, 1895, 323pp, 29x, in PP 485.

DONISTHORPE, WORDSWORTH, The Limits of Liberty, 46pp, 36x, in PP 202.

DONLAN, WALTER, Towards a Better Understanding of the Ancient Societies, HELIOS Journal of the Classical Association of the Southwestern United States, 4/1976: 3-15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p45. Headed: Paradigms as Procrustes Bed.

DONNELLY, GEORGE, Towards Full Employment, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 48.

DONNELLY, JACK, Natural Law nad Right in Aquinas’ Political Thought, THE WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 33, Dec. 80, 520-535, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1863, headed: Aquinas and Natural Rights.

DONOHUE, E.B., Rescuing the Economy Is Your Concern – You Are the True Economists, 12pp, 29x, in PP 528. (Georgist)

DONOHUE, MICHAEL P., Beyond the Volunteer Army, by Citizoid 112-24-6757, 2pp, 1972, in PP 1,027.

DONOVAN, J., What Is It to be an Anarchist, HONESTY, June 1887, 3pp, 24x, in PP 244.

DONWAY, ROGER, Capitalism and the Wages of Virtue, 5pp: 180, in PP 1529- 33.

DOOMSDAY MACHINE, See: AUSTRALIAN, THE, Automatic Doomsday Machine, 12 Oct. 93, 1p, AP., in PP 1366: 125. – Apparently, this computerized automatic launch system has still not been dismantled. One madman, computer malfunction or accident might still set it off! At least my own systems had numerous computer malfunctions, as well as my operator errors. – J.Z., 3.12.96.

DOOMSDAY PROPHETS, PP 1052-61 (LA Ec. Notes 44)

DOOREN, WILLEM VAN, Gerechtigkeit als Harmonie by Proudhon, 1979, 2 S.: 50, in PP 1502.

DOORN, ROBERT J., Individual Rights, 1979, 42 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

DOPF, KARL, Kampf gegen Materialverschwendung in Buero und Betrieb, 3 S., Betriebsrationalisierung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 227. Wenn man das als “Kampf” auffaesst dann kommt man leicht zu falschen Schluessen. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

DOPF, KARL, Kinderspielzeug fuer Erwachsene, 2 S., Bauwesen, Spielzeug. Mit einigen Anmerkungen von J.Z., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 132.

DOPPELT, GERALD, Walzer’s Theory of Morality in International Relations, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 8, Fall 78, 3-26, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1010, headed: Walzer on International Morality.

DORING, BOB, Treason in High Places Down Under, 1p: 107, in PP 1452.

DORRITY, THOMAS G., H.M.O.’s versus Ethical Medicine, 1972, 309pp, in PP 1064.

DORSKI, CARL, Interview by Loompanics, 1980, 3pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.

DORTORT, P. TO MEGALLI, THEO, 1p: 103, in PP 1465. – On alternative currencies, with 2pp of notes by ZUBE, JOHN, and 3 pages of 2 Dec. 97, against Dortort, who was recently favouring “actions” rather than further theorizing : 105. – On this issue we finally ended our long-term correspondence. – Free banking discussion.

DORTORT, P. to THEO MEGALLI, on monetary freedom, 1987, with note by J.Z., 29x, in PP 737.

DOUBLESPEAK, See: CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Orwellian Doublespeak, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 9.

DOUGLAS, BRUCE, The Common Good and the Public Interest, POLTICAL THEORY 8, Feb. 80, 103-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1181, headed: Common Good & Public Interest.

DOUGLAS, GEORGE H., Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn, Some Lessons for Americans, 12pp: 177, in PP 1529- 33.

DOUGLAS, MAJOR, MAJOR DELUSIONS, PP 936, 1042. Major Douglas and Silvio Gesell were totalitarians with regard to their monetary reforms. – J.Z.DOUGLAS, ROGER, NZ Minister, A Free Market Visionary? In PP 803. – The vision of most ministers does not reach very far – or they do not stay ministers for long. – J.Z.

DOUGLAS, ROY, Why Did Britain Abandon Free Trade? 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381. – “It” had never fully embraced it. Actually, “Britain” had no say either for or against and most Britons didn’t, either. Sensible individuals will rarely if ever “abandon” a profitable trade just because it would cross a frontier line. Unfortunately, they can be and are often forced to abandon it. – J.Z.

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Dr., Eat Your Cholesterol, 6pp, n.d., no source, in PP 1141.

DOVER LIBRARY OF SOCIAL PROTEST, ed. by Philip Foner, 1p leaflet, 24x, in PP 914.

DOVER PUBLICATIONS, anarchist book list, 9pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.

DOVER, BEN, Dear Receiver, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 249. – A tax protest.

DOW THEORY LETTERS, Inc., by Richard Russell, sample, letter 895, 1981, 4pp, 29x, in PP 867.

DOW, CHARLES R., LA, If We Want Reindustrialization, 7pp: 586, in PP 1529- 33.

DOWD, KEVIN & CHAPPELL, DAVID, Option Clauses and Banknote Convertibility, 1988, 21pp, in PP 792.

DOWD, KEVIN to FREMERY, ROBERT DE, 22 June 93, 1p, with some notes by Fremery ( unsigned ) & by me.- J.Z., in PP 1428/29: 196.

DOWD, KEVIN to ZUBE, JOHN, 1 Nov. 88, 3pp, in PP 810, 27 Nov. 88, 4pp, in PP 815, 19 Jan. 89, 2pp, 8 Feb. 1989, 3pp, in PP 827, 6 March 89, 1p, 29x, in PP 867.

DOWD, KEVIN, A Voluntaryist Path to a free-Market Money, 6pp, in THE VOLUNTARYIST, August 1993, in PP 1151 & 1240.

DOWD, KEVIN, Adam Smith and the ‘Real Bills’ Doctrine, 1985, 1st. draft, 20pp, with 10pp of notes by J.Z., in PP 827.

DOWD, KEVIN, Free Banking and the ‘Real Bills’ Doctrine, an addition, App. 2 to Ch. 2, to his upcoming book: The State and the Monetary System, 6pp, in PP 815.

DOWD, KEVIN, How Necessary Is State Deposit Insurance? 1988, 12pp, in PP 792.

DOWD, KEVIN, Laissez – Faire Banking, here only a 1p announcement of this title through LFB, in PP 1195. – Typically, an already discounted title. There is as yet no ready market for such literature. But on microfiche the supply of it could be made so complete that it could create its own demand. – J.Z.

DOWD, KEVIN, Monetary Freedom and Monetary Stability, Feb. 89, 30pp, intended for CATO Conference, with Some Remarks to Kevin Dowd’s Paper, by John Zube, March 89, 18pp, in PP 827.

DOWD, KEVIN, Private Money, IEA, 1988, 71pp, summary only, 1p, in PP 1534: 25.

DOWD, KEVIN, The Case Against “Industrial Policy”, 1990, 4pp, LA Economic Notes No. 33, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.DOWD, KEVIN, The Evolution of Central Banking in England, 1821 – 1890, a 1989 draft, 47 pp, prepared for the CUBS Conference on Unregulated Banking, in London, 19 May 89, in PP 904.

DOWD, KEVIN, The Gold Standard, the Fixed Price of Gold and the Boom-Bust Cycle, Nov. 88, 16pp, with 1p of notes by J.Z., in PP 815.

DOWD, KEVIN, The Monetary Economics of Henry Meulen, Discussion Paper, University of Nottingham, Dpt. of Ec., Dec. 88, No. 64, 35pp, in PP 818.

DOWD, KEVIN, The State and the Monetary System, 1p review, by Kurt Schuler, in PP 1240.

DOWE, PATRICK EDWARD, See: DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George and also The Land Gospel according to Winstanley “The Digger”, 1899, 152pp, in PP 1259.

DOWE, W.A., The Place of Money in a Free Society, 1965, 3pp, 24x, in PP 80-82, 1p, 29x, in PP 731, a 2pp extract from this article, 24x, in PP 7.

DOWE, W.A., True and False Economics and the political implications, 1989, 161pp, here only announced in a 1p leaflet, Georgist, in PP 898.

DOWLING, R.E., On Social Classes. Are they “Hypothetical Constructs” or “Actual Empirical Entities”? 1962, 10pp: 8, in PP 1471.

DOWNARD, JIM & QUEL, JOHN L., Voices in the Air: Poverty, Social Justice, and the Bishops, 13pp: 143, in PP 1479.

DOWNARD, JIM, Faithful to the Earth: Eric Voegelin, Gnosticism, and Utopia, 12pp: 57, in PP 1479.

DOWNARD, JIM, Interface: Nozick, Rand, and what Lies between them, Part I, 8pp: 101; Part II, 11pp: 122, in PP 1479.

DOWNARD, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 105 of 24 July 82, with comments by John Zube, August 89, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 870.

DOWNARD, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 106, commented on by J. Zube in TC 108, part of 7pp, 29x, in PP 870.

DOWNARD, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, with some comments by JZ, 25 July 89, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 870.

DOWNARD, JIM, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

DOWNARD, JIM, pessimistic note in TC 105, 24 July 82, on fiching, with reply by J. Zube, 1p, in PP 907-910.

DOWNARD, JIM, Review of: NOZICK, ROBERT, Philosophical Explanations, Part I, 10pp; Part II, 12pp: 35, in PP 1479.

DOWNARD, JIM, Reviews of: LEPAGE, HENRI, Tomorrow Capitalism & of: SIMIS, KONSTANTIN M., U.S.S.R.: The Corrupt Society (The Secret Capitalists), 2pp: 23, in PP 1479. – As usual, already in the title, “society” gets the blame for consequences of the State’s interventionism. Jim points out that in the Russian black market violators get rapidly and almost completely excluded from doing business. – J.Z.

DOWNARD, JIM, The Hatch and Brood of the Time: Reflections on the Metaphysics of History, 8pp: 79, in PP 1479.

DOWNARD, JIM, Two Definitions, 3pp: 9, in PP 1479. – Of society, by conservatives and libertarians.


DOWSING, WATER DIVINING, See: 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.

DOYLE, T., Dr., Dissent and the Environment: A Defence of Critique within Social Movements, 23pp: 742, in PP 1484/85.

DOZER, DONALD M., HISTORY AS FORCE, 1965, 1978, IHS, 27pp, in PP 1115.

DRAFT RESISTANCE: Advertisement, 1p: 430, in PP 1457/62.


DRAHEIM, GEORG, Die Genossenschaft als Unternehmertyp, 1955, Auszug: VII: Der Geist der genossenschaftlichen Gruppe (Genossenschaftsgeist) u. Staerkung des inneren Zusammenhaltes (Integration), 6 S., in PP 1413/14: 21.

DRAKE, HARRISON, J.K. Galbraith’s The Affluent Society: A Critique, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 22, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DRANE, ROBERT W. & NEAL, DAVID J., On Moral Justifications for the Tort/Crime Distinction, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 68, March 80, 398-421, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1489, headed: Is the Tort/Crime Distinction Valid?

DRAPER, WM. R., Indian Dances, Medicine Men, and Prophets. Dramatic Pictures of Self-Torturing Ceremonialists whose Wild Exhibitionism often Ends in Death, 1946, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-414, in PP 1221.

DRAUGHTON, W.E., Liberty: A Proposed Analysis, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 5, Fall 78, 29-44, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p684, headed: Liberty and its Components.

DRENGSON, ALAN R., Toward a Philosophy of Community, PHILOSOPHY FORUM 16, Nos. 1/2, 1979, 101-125, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p981, headed: Community, Individuality, and Freedom. – He is still loco enough to speak only of locals rather than volunteers only, for any community. He expects locals to accept diversity and tolerance, i.e. operates only with the model of involuntary integration rather than voluntary segregation plus voluntary integration. And yet daily experience teaches that we are not willing to accept everybody into our family or friendship and other relationships. So why does this collectivist territorial dystopia, with all its terrors, go on and on, dominating most minds and actions? Volunteer communities, only exterritorialy autonomous, versus territorially autonomous communities with compulsory membership! The latter have too little in common to be really viable. They are forced marriages, without the option of divorce and thus, all too often end in bloodshed. See Bosnia now. – J.Z.

DREYHAUPT, KLAUS F. & SIEPMANN, UDO, Privater Wettbewerb im Geldwesen, Ueberlegungen zu einem Vorschlag von F.A. Hayek, ORDO, 29, 1978, 16pp, in PP 795.

DRIGGERS, BRUCE, Eternal Vigilance, a 4pp leaflet, date? address? In PP 975.

DRINKWATER, F.H., A Conversation on the Hydrogen Bomb, Catholic essay, 1959, 9pp, 29x, in PP 408.

DRISCOLL, CONNIE, Sister, M.S.P., The Welfare – Homeless Link, 3pp, 1992, a release of THE HEARTLAND INSTITUTE, Chicago, in PP 1,031.

DRISCOLL, CONNIE, The Welfare – Homeless Link, 92, 1p, in PP 1343/44 : 2051.

DRIVER, A.S., Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 151.

DROSDIK III, VINCENT A., Abortion: A Libertarian View, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1067.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A, III, Another Price Commission Mess, in PP 1404/06: 25.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A, III, How Will Gold Act? 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 15.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A, III, The Savings Bond Rip-Off, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 45.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Against Gun Control, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 148.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Education and the State, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 96.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, EFT: Final Step Away from Real Money, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 354. – Anyhow, so far it was a mere assignment to legal tender – and an aid to the tribute gathering authorities. While it remains subject to government legislation, really free clearing will never be introduced. – Apart from this, any money is real which free contractors have issued for themselves, as an exchange medium, with whichever value standard they have chosen for it. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Guidelines for Activists, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 155.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Inflation, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 75. – One of tenthousands of articles on inflation which all overlook legal tender as the cause and free market rating and free currency competition and free market rating for competing currencies as the cure. Mostly, they are bugged by the “gold bug” or some supposedly ideal but coercively exclusive “index standard”. Almost all are still blind to “free choice in currency standards” as well as in exchange media and clearing methods. – J.Z.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Interview with Robert Welch, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 101.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Libertarians and “Street Corner Conservatives, 1p, in PP 1311: 42.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, On Advertising, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 323.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Review, 1p, of LEFEVRE, ROBERT, The Power of Congress, ed. by R.S. Radford, in PP 1404/06: 279.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Robert Welch, JBS, & Libertarians, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 114.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Sources of the Anti-capitalist Mentality, (1), 3pp: 197; (2), 2pp: 211, in PP 1404/06.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, The National Dividend Plan: Fascism by any other Name, 1p, in PP 1311: 139.

DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, The Place of Churches in a Free Society, 2pp, in PP 1311: 132.

DROWNED RAT PUBLICATIONS, No. 1, U.K.,: The Chinese Anarchist Movement, 1985, 20pp, in PP 882.

DRUCKER, PETER F., The Unseen Revolution: How Pension Fund Socialism Came to America: a 1p review only, 29x, in PP 294-297.

DRUCKER, PETER, What is “Business Ethics”? PUBLIC INTEREST 63, Spring 81, 18-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1468, headed: Business Ethics as Casuistry.

DRUG AND GUN LAWS: AMERICAN INTELLIGENCER, War on Drugs Being Used by Government to Justify a Nationwide Assault on Second Amendment and other Constitutional Rights, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1926.

DRUG WAR LOST, STUDY FINDS, Reuter report, Nov. 94, 1/2p, in PP 1215.

DRUGS, A compilation of statements, articles, clippings & letters, leaflets and pamphlets. Compiled by John Zube, 251pp, in PP 1362/63: 1-251. – Robert Owen reduced opium addiction among his workers through higher earnings, which allowed them to purchase the more expensive wine! – J.Z.

DRUGS, PP 15, 290, 385, 484, 563, 569, 642, 695, 696 (LA Ec. Notes 1), 697, 732, 864 (Opium War), 998 (FDA Blacklist), 1018, 1020, 1027, 1043, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 34 + 55, & HOWARD PERKINS), 1139, 1171. – See: BREWER, COLIN, Some Reflections on the Problem of Drug Use & Abuse, 1987, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 34, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. BLOCK, WALTER, Heroin: Right On, Pigs, 2pp, in PP 1,018. GREENBERG, GARY, Crime, Drugs and the State, 3pp, in PP 1,018. SZASZ, THOMAS, The Protocols of the Learned Experts on Heroin, 8pp, in PP 1,020. See: ANON., Marijuana: Not just a recreational drug, 1p, in PP 493. See: BANDOW, DOUGLAS, Irrationality of Drug Laws, 1p, in PP 278. See: CLINARD, FRANK, Drug Testing Fails on Three Counts, 1p, 1986, in PP 1270. See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY ON THE ISSUES, in PP 1270. See: D’ANGELO, ED., An Alternative Perspective : Anarchism and the War on Drugs, 2pp, in PP 493. See: DANCE, GEORGE, The War on Drugs, 3pp, in PP 26. See: HAYNES, JOHN, A Non-Doper’s Plea: Legalize Hemp! 2pp, in PP 1269. – The political decision-making process seems to be largely immune even to such a simple and truthful message. There is no rightful and sensible alternative to individual choice and experimental freedom (at the own expense and risk). – See: Prohibition. – J.Z.

DRUGS, See: ANARCHY, London, No. 3: The Acid Issue, n.d., 36p, 73, in PP 1482.


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


DRUGS, See: FITZGERALD, RANDY, A Case for Narcotics Legalization, 2pp: 642, in PP 1457/62.

DRUGS, See: GABB, SEAN, A Neither Profound nor Original Article on why the Sale and Use of Recreational Drugs Ought not to Be Illegal, 2pp, POLITICAL NOTES No. 146: 97, in PP 1516. – Agreed, but would you recommend to your children and grandchildren that they use them? – J.Z.

DRUGS, See: KIMBERLING, RON, Drugs and the Law, SIL leaflet, 4pp: 151, in PP 1481.

DRUGS, See: LESTER, J.C., The Pure Joy of Heroin, 3pp: 13, in PP 1505. – How is escapism via a drug any better than escapism via a bottle? – J.Z.

DRUGS, See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Should we Re-Legalize Drugs? 4pp: 25, in PP 1504. – LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Pot, Helmets, Vitamins & You, 6pp: 27, in PP 1504.

DRUGS, See: PEELE, STANTON, Addiction and Autonomy, 23pp: 234, in PP 1506/07.

DRUGS, See: STURGESS, GARY, Drugs: no hope in simple solutions, 2pp: 118, in PP 1475. – Freedom would make this problem self-manageable & facilitate coop etc self-help. Coercion makes it worse. – J.Z.

DRUGS, See: VIADIU RODENAS, ISMAEL, Narcotrafico gubernamental, 1p: 32, in PP 1494.

DRUGS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Surrender in the War on Drugs, 2pp: 78, in PP 1515.

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

DRUGS: BERGER, SANDOR, Tranquilizers & Intoxicants, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 375. – MCGARRY, TERRANCE, Where Pot Grows Wild, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 377.

DRUGS: BOAZ, DAVID D., A Conservative Case for Decriminalizing Marijuana, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 336.

DRUGS: BREWER, COLIN, Some Reflections on the Problem of Drug Use and Drug Abuse, 2pp, L.A. Political Notes No. 34, 87, 88, in PP 1343/44: 1859.

DRUGS: BRINICH, STEPHEN & SWARTZBECKM MICHAEL A., Our Drug Laws Are Causing Crime, 1p, in PP 279: 91. – How many years or decades will it take before that simple truth sinks in? – J.Z., 7.10.97.


DRUGS: Digital “sniffer dog” goes to prison, 1p clipping on digital drug detection, in PP 1378/81: 487.

DRUGS: GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Clements Declares Holy War on Drugs, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 383.

DRUGS: HORN, ADELE, Jamaica’s Pot Smokers Dispel Some Myths – & May Prompt US Reforms, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 465. – Are drugs one of the causes for the backwardness of Jamaica? – J.Z.

DRUGS: KELL, JOHN, Drug Prohibition Failure Also, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 2024.

DRUGS: LAWREY, MATTHEW, Chill out, Trev! The Drug Issue Revisited, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 315.

DRUGS: LOUDON, TREVOR, Drug Freeland? 4pp, in PP 1336/39: 293. DRUGS: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why “Drugs” Should Be Legalized, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 133.

DRUGS: MOODIE, ANN-MAREE, Drug laws create crime, corruption: former judge, 1p, The AUSTRALIAN, Nov. 2, 93, in PP 1366: 125.

DRUGS: MORSE, STEPHEN J., War on Drugs Poses Major Threats to Society, 1p clipping,86, in PP 275.

DRUGS: NAFTEL, AVI, A Cancer in our Guts, 4pp, in PP 1440/42: 505, on drugs & the war against drugs.

DRUGS: NARKS, JOHN, The Drug Laws: A Case of Collective Psychosis, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 93.

DRUGS: NELSON, AARON, Legal Dope vs. Dopey Law, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 216.

DRUGS: NEVILLE, ANNE, LSD and Philosophy: Must the Revelations Be Mystic? 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 146.

DRUGS: RASPBERRY, WILLIAM, Legalizing Drugs a Way out of Crisis, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1858.

DRUGS: RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Review, 1p, of: 1.) RICHARD ASHLEY, Cocaine, 2. ALDOUS HUXLEY, The Doors of Perception, also: Heaven and Hell, 3. EDWARD M. BRECHER, Licit & Illicit Drugs, in PP 1367/68: 106.

DRUGS: ROYKO, MIKE, Without Drug Profits, We Wouldn’t Have to Fight, 1p, n.d., from THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, in PP 1440/42: 284.

DRUGS: SARGENT, ROGER, Should War on Drugs Extend to other destructive habits? 1991, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1991.

DRUGS: Several articles in PP 1395.

DRUGS: STARCHILD, ADAM, The Drug Issue, 1p extract from LIBERTY MAG, in PP 1382/85: 403.

DRUGS: TOBIN, RONALD C., Bipartisan Fascism: Anti-Drug Bill Passes, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1823.

DRUGS: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Ending our Drug Nightmare. A Humane Solution that Will Make our Streets Safe, 6pp, in PP 1445: 40. Another version of the same leaflet, 6pp: 42.

DRUGS-ANTIAGING, Life Extension & Immortality note, on DEANER. By Thomas Donaldson? Date? 1p: 432, in PP 1292.

DRURY, S.B., H.L.A. Hart’s Minimum Content Theory of Natural Law, POLITICAL THEORY 9, Nov. 81, 533-546, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1772, headed: H.L.A. Hart vs. Natural Law.

DRURY, S.B., John Locke: Natural Law and Innate Ideas, DIALOGUE, Canadian Phil. Review, 19, Dec. 80, 531-545, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1474, headed: Locke and Natural Law.

DTW, The War Goes On, 6pp, 1947: 196, in PP 1488.

DU BOIS, EDWARD, notes on panarchism, in TC No. 121, of 29 July 84, with comments by John Zube, part of 17pp, 29x, in PP 879. – Also in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

DUARTE, JOSEPH S., The Income Tax is Obsolete, here only a 1p flyer for this book, in PP 1274.

DUBOSE, Martha, Crisis in the Classroom, 2pp, 1971, 36x, in PP 714.

DUBREUIL, HYACINTHE, A Chance for Everybody. A Liberal Basis for the Organization of Work. With a 4pp Foreword by Aldous Huxley, a short bibliography (sheet 68) & name index (on sheet 69), 1939,286pp, in PP 1517. – This book may be one of the most important works on liberation and justice at the workplace, to achieve “industrial peace”. Due to its publication date it may not have achieved the recognition it deserves. As fas as I know, it has never been reprinted. In decades of book browsing I never saw a copy of it in any bookshop, until recently and then I gladly paid its $ 20 price. But an early Peace Plans supporter had a copy in his library, from which I made a flawed and brownish copy on an ancient flatbed photocopier, with developing liquids, one that was not good enough for reproduction. Extracts were previously published in PEACE PLANS 13, in which also 6pp of editorial comments and further references can be found. How much human misery and poverty could have been avoided, since 1939, if enough people had paid attention to this work and had followed its advice and the experiences it reports? In a proper market for ideas this book would have been found outstanding. Its publisher, like so many others, apparently, did not care any more about it once he found out that it did not sell well and fast upon first publication. I corresponded with H.D. and he sent me an English manuscript, a translation of his work on federalism. I did lend it to Dr. H.G. Pearce, who died afterwards and his rich library has become inaccessible so far through his heirs, who said that they wanted to catalogue it first. But for years they had other and to them more important things to do. H.D. is probably dead for many years now but I wonder whether his library, manuscripts and papers still do exist. They might be worth searching for. Books still have their “fates”. No manuscript centre exists and significant books are not yet systematically reproduced, at least in one or the other affordable alternative medium, no matter what the consequences are of such omissions. – Do not forgive them for they neither know nor care about what they are doing or not doing! – That does often apply to heirs of significant authors as well. Publishers are not really publishers when they keep important works out of print for decades, although for less than $ 50 they could keep them in print at least on microfiche. I would love to see all cooperative, open cooperative, partnership and autonomous group work writings published together, on microfiche or on CD-ROM. The existing labour and coop movement is not likely to undertake this job, nor are conventional publishers. But hobby publishers, cooperating with each other could and they could bring about, between them, a new industrial revolution, contributing to peace, freedom, justice and prosperity on Earth. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.11.1998.

DUBREUIL, HYACINTHE, Liberation at the Place of Work – through subcontracting by small autonomous groups within larger enterprises, some extracts from his work: A Chance for Everybody, 1939, with comments by John Zube and a short bibliography, 46pp, 24x, in PP 13.

DUCASSE, CURT JOHN, Causation and the Types of Necessity, 1p review by GEORGE H. SMITH, in PP 1367/68: 47.

DUCK CLUB NEWS DIGEST, The Educational Action Paper, II/ No. ?, n.d., 16pp, in PP 1243/44.

DUCKBOOK II, THE, Common Sense Economics, March 1982, published by Robert White, 164pp, in PP 1243/44.

DUEHRING, E., Dr., 1833 – 1921, Cursus der National – und Social – Oekonomie, nebst einer Anleitung zum Studium und zur Beurtheilung von Volkswirtschaftslehre und Socialismus, 1892, 690pp, 4., von U. Duehring herausgegebene Auflage, Nachwort seines Sohnes ist hier nur unvollstaendig reproduziert. In PP 1241/42.

DUEHRING, E., Dr., Waffen, Capital, Arbeit, 2., voellig umgearbeitete Auflage, 1906, 192 S., mit einem Anhang, Verfasserschriften. 1. Auflage ca. 1866. In PP 1242. To appreciate some of his radical ideas one will have to ignore e.g. his antisemitism. – J.Z.

DUEHRING, EUGEN, Dr., Auszug aus: Cursus der National- und Sozialoekonomie, 4. Auflage, Leipzig, 1925. Hier: 2 S. Vorrede von 1891, 8 S. Inhaltsangabe, 32 S.: 2. Capitel: Banken und Umlaufsmittel und 4 S. ueber Schriften des Verfassers, in PP 1,020. – Of some interest to advocates of free banking. – J.Z.

DUELLING, PP 1123, 1161.

DUERKSEN, ROLAND A., Shelley’s Prometheus: Destroyer and Preserver, STUDIES IN ENGLISH LITERATURE 18, Fall 78, 625-638, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p915, headed: Prometheus, Love, and Liberty.

DUGGAN, JOSEPH P., The Federal Governess, 1978, 2pp, in PP 925.

DUIGNAN, PETER, Colonialism: an Appraisal, 5pp, in PP ???

DUIMCHEN, THEODOR, Monarchen und Mammonarchen, 1908, extract only, in PP 463, sheets 4292 – 4339, with a comment, 8 pp, by BECKERATH, ULRICH von.

DUKE, JIM, Total Freedom, 1966, 1p: 39, in PP 1465.

DUKE, WINSTON L., SZASZ, JANOV, or ZASLOW? 1p: 48, in PP 1498. Why either? – J.Z.

DUKE, WINSTON L., The So-Called Energy Crisis, 3pp: 41, 49, 52, in PP 1498.

DULLES, JOHN FOSTER, Evolution of Foreign Policy, 2pp, in PP 1392: 123.

DUMAINE, BRIAN, Who Needs a Boss? 1990, 8pp, in PP 1076. See: Cooperatives.

DUMAS, ALEXANDRE, The Count of Monte Cristo, 1p review by JEFF RIGGENBACH, in PP 1367/68: 68.

DUMPING, see Walters, Ida & Milton Friedman, Free to Dump, in PP 935.

DUMPING: RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Dumping, the Bogeyman of World Trade, part I, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 22.

DUN, FRANK VAN, Authoritarian and Libertarian Views of Society, 1986, LA Philosophical Notes, No. 7, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

DUNBAR, GARY S., Elisee Reclus: Historian of Nature, Connecticut, Archon Books, 1978, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 1p, 29x, in PP 921.

DUNBAR, Leo, What Every Good Liberal Needs to Know. The Economics of Friedrich von Hayek, 3pp, 29x, in PP 725.

DUNCAN, BRUCE, To Participate – Not Just Your Right But Your Duty, 16pp, 29x, in PP 411.

DUNCAN, TIM, New Right Crusaders Challenge the Labor Line, The Bulletin, October 2, 1984, 6pp, in PP 1,027.

DUNKLEY, G.R.A., Rating in South Africa: A Quest for Stability through Land Tenure and Taxation, 1982, 12pp, 48x, in PP 626.

DUNKLEY, GODFREY R.A., Three Pillars of Civilization, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Georgist)

DUNN, DENNIS, A Conflict of Ideas, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 396. – Existentialism vs. Christianity. – Not much of a choice! – J.Z.

DUNN, MICHAEL & HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Libertarians Debate Defense, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 392.

DUNN, MICHAEL J., Libertarians and National Defence, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1061.

DUNN, MIKE & KINSKY, LYNN, Growing Up: The Case for Children’s Rights, 93, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 97.

DUNN, panarchistic notes from TC 94 – 98, with comments by J. Zube, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 869, also in TC 101, of 24 Jan. 82, on panarchism, with comments by J. Zube, 13 July 89, part of 14pp, 29x, in PP 869.

DUNPHY, DEXTER, Redesigning the work organisation at Philips, 9pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

DUPLESSIS-MORNAY, A Defence of Liberty Against Tyrants, see under BRUTUS, JUNIUS, in PP 1108.

DUPOND DE NEMOURS, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Abrege des principes de l’economie politique, in PP 1352/54: 367.

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Correspondance avec J.B. Say, in PP 1352/54: 394, 416, 420, 422.

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, De l’origine et des progres d’une science nouvelle, in PP 1352/54: 335.

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Notice sur la vie et les travaux de Dupont de Nemours, in PP 1352/54: 309. – Note bibliographique sur les ecrits de Dupont de Nemours: 333.

DUPUIS, FRANK, On Human Rights, 1968, 48x, in PP 589/590.

DURANT, WILL, A Guide to Spinoza, n.d., 89pp, LBB No. 520, in PP 1209.

DURANT, WILL, History’s Verdict on Religion, 5pp, leaflet from Atheists United, in PP 1098 & 1268.

DURANT, WILL, The Philosophy of Herbert Spencer, n.d., 64pp, LBB No. 772, in PP 1208.

DURBIN, E.F.M. & BOWLBY, JOHN, Personal Aggressiveness and War, 1939, indexed, 154pp, edited and introduced by Paul Rich, in PP 1,024.

DURIO, HELEN F., A Taxonomy of Democratic Development, HUMAN DEVELOPMNET, 19, 1976, 197-210, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p179. Headed: Democracy and Self-Esteem.

DURR, CLIFFORD J., Jesus as a Free Speech Victim, Trial by Terror 2,000 Years Ago, 1960, 10pp, in PP 1,033.

DUTTWEILER, GOTTLIEB, Kaeufer und Kaufmann. Gemeinschaftsarbeit in der Warenverteilung, Vortrag, 15.10.46, 9 S.,in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332. Ueber den Gruender des Migros Genossenschaftsbundes, dessen Aktionen die Nahrungsmittelpreise in der Schweiz um ca. 10% gesenkt haben. Der einzige Anhangsbeitrag, zu Kurt Zube’s Ideen Archiv, den ich lesenswert fand. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

DUTTWEILER: Am Zwischenhandel liegt’s. Die Idee Duttweilers, 1 S., leider auch mit der Notiz: Schach den Preistreibern! – IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 297.

DUTY OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE, PP 1123. See Resistance, Revolution, Tyrannicide.

DUTY, PP 283-285, 589/90, 697, 897.


DUTZ, RON, Voluntary Learning for Children and the Role of the Teacher, 2pp, EDUCATIONAL NOTES No. 28: 63, in PP 1516.

DUVAL/LETOUZET, La vita quotidiana e Il resto, 88, 53p, in PP 1347: 96. – It contains also the following articles : a) Chisiamo? Da Dove Veniamo? b) Ma Allora Chi Sono I Nostri Amici? c) Miseria della Nouva Morale Liberata.

DUYN, ROEL AN, Proclamation of the Orange Free State, Amsterdam, Feb. 5, 1970, 5pp, in PP 1398: 117.

DUYN, ROEL VAN & GREY FOX, Interview: The Dutch Kabouters, 8pp: 70, in PP 1500.

DUYN, ROEL VAN, Provo! Einleitung ins Provozierende Denken, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 30, 32 S., plus Nachwort von Jochen Schmueck, 5 S., in PP 1156.

DWORKIN, RONALD, See: O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, Why the State Should be Neutral between Theories of the Good Life: A Libertarian Defence of Ronald Dworkin, 1992, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

DWYER, BILL, Feed the Head, LSD – the Magic Acid, 8pp, in PP 1482. – It landed him in gaol, which did not exactly increase his personal and economic liberty. – O’CONNOR, JOHN, A New Consciousness & its Polemics, 8pp: 87, in PP 1482. – Has any valuable new freedom idea come from the “new consciousness” of L.S.D. and other drug users? – J.Z.

DWYER, BILL, Feed the Head, LSD – the Magic Acid, 8pp, in PP 1482. – It landed him in gaol, which did not exactly increase his personal and economic liberty. His profits from selling it – even to school children! – I would not have minded him trading with consenting adults – was to go into anarchist literature. But all his output, then, seems to have consisted of a small brochure, which he could have financed out of earnings from an ordinary job. When I last visited the Anarchist Cellar, a meeting place in Oxford St., Paddington, Sydney, all the anarchist literature, postures and displays had gone, including some of my own and irreplaceable originals, and only psychedelic displays and “lights” were to be seen. The floor was covered with seemingly sleeping figures, obviously “under the influence”. But I found one who was still somewhat awake and asked him: “What happened to your anarchist education efforts?” His reply: “You don’t understand man! This IS anarchism!” – pointing to the figures sleeping on the ground, or maybe, on mattresses. It was too dark to see clearly. – Personally, B.D. was known to me as a likeable and hospitable bloke and as a popular speaker in The Domain (a park in Sydney), on Sunday afternoons, but I could not like many of his ideas and his actions. – All-over, his “activism” has probably done more harm than good for the cause of anarchism. – J.Z., 20.5.98.

DWYER, WILLIAM, LSD seller to girls of 14. 2 clippings, 4pp, in PP 1395: 87.

DYAL, ROBERT A., Is Pornography Good for You? SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 7, 1976, 95-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p189. Headed: Pornography.

DYK, HANLIE VAN, South Africa’s Youth Politics, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 199.

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

DYKES, NICHOLAS, Do Rights only Come into Existence with the State? A Randian Critique of an Allegedly Randian Concept, 4pp, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 49: 85, in PP 1516.

DYKES, NICHOLAS, Galt’s Gulch or Rift Valley? Why Objectivists Should Seek Allies among those who Disagree with them, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 79.DYSON, A.E., Farewell to the Left, 12pp, 70, in PP 1450.

DYSON, A.E., Requiem on the Wilson Government, 9pp, 106, in PP 1450.

DYSON, BRIAN, Liberty in Britain 1934-1994, 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1281/82.


E.N., Dr., Die verhaengnisvollste Frage, 2 S., Forschung, Medizin, ueber das Buch von Dr.FRANZ XAVER MAYR, Wann ist our Verdauungsapparat in Ordnung? Die verhaengnisvollste Frage. Ein Lesebuch fuer Jedermann, Wien, 1949, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330- 1332: 76. Health, Medicine, Digestion, Stomach Troubles.

EARL, CHARLES, In Praise of Ticket Touting, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 17.

EARNEST, LES, Short Stories of Old Computer Risks, 1988, 8pp, in PP 966. (Mainly on the difficulties he encountered when he replied in questionaries asking for his race: “mongrel”.J.Z.)

EARNHEART, BRUCE, What Do Libertarian Party Members Think about Abortion? 1p, in PP 1121.

EARTH ALERT!, No. 9, Energy, Oct. 95. Sample of local “greenie” periodical, 2pp only, in PP 1232. I wish they were alert to the propertarian, voluntaristic, libertarian and micrographic alternatives but see no sign of that. – J.Z.


EARTH WORSHIPPERS, See: FRASER, IAN, Earth Worshippers, 1p, in PP 1336-39: 259.


EAST LONDON ANARCHIST GROUP, The Relevance of Anarchism Today, n.d., 4pp leaflet, in PP 890.


EAST TIMOR, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, East Timor, 5pp: 714, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned. – A regime of “national liberation” for East Timor would, probably, be as objectionable to anarchists, if not more so, than the present one is. – J.Z.

EAST, RONALD, The Faith of an Engineer, a discussion on the land problem, 35pp, 1945, 29x, in PP 356.

EASTERBROOK, JAMES A., The Determinants of Free Will: A Psychological Analysis of Responsible, Adjustive Behavior, N.Y., Academic Press, 1978, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1020, headed: Free Will, Responsibility, and Motivation.

EASTERN EUROPE, 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.

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

EASTMAN, REX R., Famous Dates in History, 1949, 86pp, from Haldeman-Julius: B 477, in PP 1144.

EATON, AMASA M., Free Trade vs. Protection, Chicago, 1913, indexed, 309pp, in PP 1090.

EBELING, RICHARD M., A Liberal World Order, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., A New World Order: Economic Liberalism or The New Mercantilism? 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Austrian Economics – An Annotated Bibliography, 4pp: 45; 4pp: 93, in PP 1463/64.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Collectivist Myths and Racial Prejudice, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Democratized Privilege: The New Mercantilism, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Education, Businessmen and Economic Freedom, 1990, 12pp, paper of THE FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, in PP 1,014.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Europe’s Future in the 1990’s: Free Trade or State Intervention, 1990, 5pp paper of THE FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, in PP 1,014.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Fighting Statism in a post-communist World, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Foreign Policy & Foreign Wars, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Foundations of a Free Society, Hayek’s Law, Legislation and Liberty, 3pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Free Market Money – Instead of Political Manipulation, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Free Trade vs. Protectionism, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., From the New Mercantilism to Economic Fascism, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., If Liberty Mattered… A Presidential Candidate’s Press Conference, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., In Defence of Free Migration, 1979, LA Libertarian Reprints No. 3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696. I would like to produce an anthology or the relatively few articles favouring quite free migrations. Please submit your first, second and even third choices! Ignorance and prejudice against this is all too great, even among libertarians. Naturally, the whole issue is tied in with full employment via monetary and other economic freedoms, at least for volunteer communities. Immigrants have no right to handouts but the right to establish their own credit, insurance and monetary self-help institutions, not only charitable ones. See ON PANARCHY. – J.Z.

EBELING, RICHARD M., In Defence of Free Migration, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Ludwig von Mises and Some Contemporary Economic Themes, 7pp, in PP 1268.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Mises’ Influence on Modern Economic Thought, WIRTSCHAFTSPOLITISCHE BLAETTER, (Journal of Political Economy), Vienna, 28, 4, 1981, 15-24, part of a Festschrift issue on the Centenary of Ludwig von Mises’ birth (1881-1981), summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1677, headed: Mises & Economic Theory.

EBELING, RICHARD M., National Health Insurance & the Welfare State, I, 7pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Nationalism and Classical Liberalism, 10pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., On the Edge of Hyper-inflation in Brazil, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Panama and the Canal: Children of American Imperialism and Socialism, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Political Correctness & the Closed Society, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Politically Correct Thinking and State Education, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Quick Fixes & Economic Fallacies, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Race and the Market Process, 6pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review of NOVAK, MICHAEL, Free Persons and the Common Good, 3pp, 1990, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review of: KIRZNER, ISRAEL M. Discovery, Capitalism & Distributive Justice, Blackwell, 1989, 179pp, 3pp, in 1990, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review of: Mises: Liberty & Property AND: Middle – of – the – Road Leads to Socialism, Mises Institute, 91, 74pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review only, of: REVEL, J.-F., The Flight from Truth…, 1990, 408pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 2pp, of: HOLLANDER, PAUL, Anti-Americanism…, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, HAYEK, The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek, vol. 4, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: BALL, ALAN M., Russia’s Last Capitalists: The NEP-men, 1921-29, 1990, 226pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: BUCHANAN, J.M., Constitutional Economics, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: DIUK, NADIA & KARATNYCKY, ADRIAN, The Hidden Nations: The People Challenge the Soviet Union, 1990, 284pp, in PP 499. (A classic title on this was: Eugene Lyons, Our Secret Allies, The Peoples of Russia, London, Arco Publications Limited, 1954, 376pp, which was kept out of print and out of sight for all too long. It reported on the prolonged earlier revolutionary and military struggle of many groups against the totalitarian communist regime. Every time the mass media or politicians and academics spoke about “Russia” and “the Russians”, instead, these people were insulted and a wrongful and even MAD policy towards them was supported. – J.Z.)

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Monetarist Economics, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: HAYEK, FRIEDRICH A., Economic Freedom, 1991, 415pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: Hayek, The Collected Works of Hayek, vol. 3, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: JOUVENAL, BERTRAND DE, The Ethics of Redistribution, 1990, 118pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: MISES, LUDWIG VON, Anthology: Economic Freedom and Interventionsm, FEE, 1990, 250pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: NOVAK, MICHAEL, This Hemisphere of Liberty: A Philosophy of the Americas, AEI, 1990, 152pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: RYBACK, TIMOTHY W., Rock around the Block: A History of Rock Music in Eastern Europe & the Soviet Union, 1990, 272pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SELDON, ARTHUR, Capitalism, 1990, 419pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SERGEANT, HARRIET, Shanghai: Collision Point of Cultures, 1918-1939, 1990, 371pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SHAND, ALEXANDER H., Free Market Morality: The Political Economy of the Austrian School, 1990, 228pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SINAYAVSKY, ANDREI, Soviet Civilization: A Cultural History, 1990, 291pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SKOUSEN, MARK, Economics on Trial, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SOWELL, THOMAS, Preferential Policies, 1990, 221pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: SUVOROV, VICTOR, Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War? 1990, 364pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 3pp, of: THOMPSON, R.S., A Time for War: FDR…, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Review, 4pp, of: BOLICK, CLINT, Grassroots Tyranny: The Limits of Federalism, Cato, 1993, 195pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Something Must Be Done, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., The Causes and Consequences of WW II, Part 1, 5pp, & Part 2, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., The Economics of the Drug War, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

EBELING, RICHARD M., The Interventionist State Should not Be the Nation’s Business, essay, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., The Predilection for Planning: National Industrial Policy, Again, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Up from Serfdom: F.A. Hayek & the Defence of Liberty, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD M., Yes, Virginia, there Is no Santa Claus, 5pp, in PP 499.

EBELING, RICHARD, Nuclear Power: Pro and Con, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 348.

EBERT, TH., Strategie de la Revolution Non Violente, 1965-70, 48pp, in PP 1268.

ECCARIUS, J.G., Writing an Anarchist Novel, 2pp, in PP 1258.

ECCLESHALL, ROBERT, The Identity of English Liberalism, POLITICS AND SOCIETY 9, no. 1, 1979, 1-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1180, headed: “Advanced Liberalism” as Managed Capitalism.

ECFP ’93, The First European Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy, The New Cavendish Club, London, introductory leaflet, 6pp, sent by L.A., in PP 479.


ECKALBAR, JOHN C., The Saint-Simonians in Industry and Economic Development, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 38, Jan. 79, 83-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1004, headed: Saint-Simonian Economic Ideas.

ECKERLE, GEORGE, The Fictions of Jorge Luis Borges, 6pp: 178, in PP 1463/64.

ECKERMANN, LEE, Recession, Price Control and Incomes Policy in Australia, 1978, CIS, 34pp, 29x, in PP 397.

ECKERMANN, LEE, The State and Economic Planning, 1977, 16pp, 36x, in PP 571.

ECKHARDT, Dr., Entspannung tut not, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 254. Im Dauerzustand verhindert or toetet sie Ideen oder ihre Verwirklichung. – J.Z.

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

ECKHART, Dr., Der Weg nach Innen, 2 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 51. Geheimlehren, Autogenes Training. – Viele haben daraus kein Geheimnis gemacht. – J.Z.

ECKHART, Dr., Sind Traeume nur “Schaeume”? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 250.

ECKLER, PETER, Life of Thomas Paine, with preface, notes and portraits of the most celebrated of Mr. Paine’s friends, 1892, 146pp, in PP 1162.


ECONOMIC ADVISOR, newsletter, 2 samples & prospectus, 1982, 12pp, 48x, in PP 739.

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, IEA, Cover page only, of June/July 86 issue, 1p, note: several free banking articles! (I have not got them yet. J.Z.) 29x, in PP 865.

ECONOMIC CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION, THE, Economic Bill of Rights, 4 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

ECONOMIC CONSTITUTION, 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.




ECONOMIC FREEDOM, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The End of Economic Freedom, 6pp reprint from THE LIBERTARIAN FORUM, Sep. 1971: 565, in PP 1457/62. – I find it tragicomical that some “anarchists” and “freedom lovers” are now attacking free trade, as “globalism”, while governments defend it! – J.Z.


ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDIES: Inaccurate, Misleading & Unnecessary, PP 1003.

ECONOMIC LIBERTY & THE CONSTITUTION, PP 1153. – See Constitutionalism.


ECONOMIC NOTES, L.A., Nos. 51-53, 55-62, in PP 1281/82. (Missing still: 46, 54.)

ECONOMIC NOTES, LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, Nos. 7,8,11-16, 29x, in PP 864, Nos. 1-5, 9-10, 14pp, 29x, in PP 696. – See LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE.

ECONOMIC RIGHTS, PP 589/590, 617, 428ff:S.1651, 740, 804

ECONOMIC RIGHTS, 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.

ECONOMIC RIGHTS: COBB, JOE, An Economic Bill of Rights, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 305.

ECONOMIC SANCTIONS: CALDWELL, DON, Case against Case, 2pp, 1987, in PP 1430/31: 211. – Against economic sanctions.

ECONOMIC WITNESS, AIPP: Australian Institute for Public Policy, 22 May 85, sample, 8pp, 48x, in PP 739.


ECONOMICS M2M, THE, Forest City, June 1989, 47pp: 47, in PP 1470. – A Many to Many networking attempt on paper, dealing also with alternative currency proposals. Part of ACTION LINKAGE. – The private conferences of reformers are not always more fruitful than the conferences of government officials but often as empty of genuine solutions. – J.Z.

ECONOMICS OF LIBERTY, according to J.B. Robinson, PP 356.

ECONOMICS, Georgist Courses, PP 536.

ECONOMICS, In the stories of Harriet Martineau, PP 701-705.


ECONOMICS, New Orleans, The Loyola Student Journal of Economics, dedicated to the understanding of purposeful human action, 4/1, Oct. 90, 12pp, in PP 1234.

ECONOMICS, PP 137 – 140, 309, 327 – 329, 342, 371, 384, 390, 403, 408, 418/19p66, 528, 628, 631, 669, 772 – 782, 800, 864, 898, 978/79, 981, 995/6, 1011, 1013, 1021, 1037/8, 1052-61 (Economic Notes), 1091, 1162, 1167/68, see PRIMERS.

ECONOMIST, THE, A Nobel Prize for Public Choice, George Mason University, Oct. 25, 1986, 1p, in PP 1,017.

ECONOMIST, THE, AUSTRALIAN, THE, 27.4.1993: Mad Dogs and Middlemen, on Bosnia and Intervention, 2pp in PP 1540: 140 – 141. – Reply by John Zube, 3pp, ibid: 142. – On panarchism.

ECONOMIST, THE, China joins Internet despite security fear, 1p: 105, in PP 1471.ECONOMIST, THE, Do-It-Yourself in Space, Sep. 5, 1981, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 24.ECONOMIST, THE, Doomsday, 1985: Default in Banking System, clipping, in PP 787.

ECONOMIST, THE, Era of Giant Companies Is Over, 1993, 1p, in PP 1139.

ECONOMIST, THE, From the Financial Ashes, a Phoenix World Dollar, AUSTRALIAN, THE, 12 Jan. 88, 1p. with a note by J.Z. on a “world currency”, in PP 818.

ECONOMIST, THE, Going Private, 2pp on private prisons, in PP 1430/31: 104.

ECONOMIST, THE, Hacking at the red-tape Hydra, 1992, 1p, on the cost of government regulation, in PP 1108.

ECONOMIST, THE, Liberal Value. Growth is determined by the level of economic freedom, A., 16.1.96, 2pp, in PP1349: 122. – Why do such truths take so long to be recognized, at least temporarily, in some journals? – J.Z. – See: IDEAS ARCHIVE.

ECONOMIST, THE, Next Challenge for Guiliani is NY Jobless, THE AUSTRALIAN, 23.12.97, 1p: 115, in PP 1493. – The taxes are 3 times the usual & unemployment stands at 9.1%. – Nevertheless, high taxes are just ONE and not the major factor in causing and maintaining mass unemployment. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

ECONOMIST, THE, Open-pit slather leaves South Africa behind in rush for gold, Dec. 88, 1p, in PP 818.

ECONOMIST, THE, Sep. 94, Net Cast to Snare a Digital Currency, 1p, on digital currency through the INTERNET, in PP 1195. – Access credits to the INTERNET itself could perhaps become standardized, expressed in access time periods or US dollars or in a less inflated and more acceptable currency standard, with electronically expressed units of this kind freely accepted at par by most information providers on the net. If there were already at least say 5,000 active libertarian and anarchist microfiche producers and users, then a microfiche might become their exchange medium and value unit, at least for literature and some other exchanges between them. Why are stamp and coin collectors more extensively exchanging than potential suppliers of freedom information? – J.Z.

ECONOMIST, THE, The Case for Free Trade, 1929, revised for and issued by The North-Western Free-Trade Union, Manchester, 46pp, 36x, in PP 654.


ECONOMISTS, PP 56, 528, 865, 1015, 1096. See also under directories and address lists and in the beginning of a free banking bibliography, 124pp, in PP 1022, for the names of current and radical enough economists. In Australia I accuse them of remaining silent e.g. about the Australian Government’s dishonest CPI. – J.Z.

ECONOMISTS, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Economists, 2pp: 14, in PP 1515.

ECONOMOPOULOS, ANDREW J., Illinois Free Banking Experience, JMCB, May 88, 16pp, in PP 813.ECONOMY & STATE, SEPARATION, PP 242, 1074.

ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Economy in Government, Jeffersonian Style, 11pp: 272, in PP 1529- 33.

ED CLARK FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE & THE L.P., Ed Clark Governor, 4pp: 118, in PP 1499.EDDINGTON, ARTHUR STANLEY, Why I Believe in God. Science and Religion : as a Scientist Sees it, LBB No. 1430, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224.

EDDLEMAN, WELLS, Why ‘Student Government’ Is a Farce, 1p, in PP 276.

EDDLEMAN, WELLS, Why Student Government Is a Farce, 1p, in PP 276: 4.

EDDY, ULYSSES D., My Business Partner, the Government, 1892, 7pp, in PP 1111.

EDEN, HELEN PARRY, The Land for which they Fought, a poem, 1p, 24x, in PP 181.

EDGER, HENRY, Prostitution and the International Woman’s League, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, November 1877, 22pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.

EDISON, THOMAS ALVA: HOWELL, PATRICIA, Thomas Alva Edison, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 161.

EDMONDS, GENNY, Abortion Exploits Women, 3pp, in PP 1428/29: 377.

EDNEY, JULIAN J., The Commons Problem: Alternative Perspectives, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST 35, Feb. 80, 131-150, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1182, headed: Uncrowding the “Commons”. – Exclusive and coercive territorialism creates the worst cases of problems of the commons – yet it is rarely ever attacked for this or other reasons, since it is the operating paradigm in most people’s heads. E.g., the budgets of volunteer communities, of like-minded people, would only be “crowded” by their own interests. – J.Z.

EDUCATION & POVERTY, See: CARDIFF, CHRIS, Private Education Would Improve the Lot of the Poor, 1p, 249, in PP 1463/64.

EDUCATION : HAMILTON, ROBERT, State Schools Fail Students, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 412.

EDUCATION, See: WORKERS PARTY, The Case Against Public Education, 7pp, in PP 1417: 17. Leaflet, 75/76? Written by?

EDUCATION : SMITH, MANFRED W., Unschooling Society: Free the Children! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 817.

EDUCATION LOANS, PP 1052-61 (Norstar Bank).

EDUCATION UPDATE, Department of Education, Queensland, Public and Media Relations Branch: Non-State Education Authorities & Organizations in Queensland, 2pp, 2/95, in PP 1360: 123. – Why don’t these list their combined offers themselves? – J.Z.

EDUCATION VOUCHER INSTITUTE, EVI, Introductory leaflet, 6pp, in PP 1403: 174. Alas, so far they do not deal with the private or cooperative issue of monetary education vouchers, to be used in payment for competitively offered education services. Without these the alternative educational institutions, if not as cheaply and cost-efficiently run as they could be, under Joseph Lancester’s monitor system, will always tend to depend upon government hand-outs or charity. – J.Z., 28.2.97.

EDUCATION VOUCHER INSTITUTE, EVI, Introductory leaflet, 6pp, in PP 1403: 174. Alas, so far they do not deal with the private or cooperative issue of monetary education vouchers, to be used in payment for competitively offered education services. Without these the alternative educational institutions, if not as cheaply and cost-efficiently run as they could be, under Joseph Lancester’s monitor system, will always tend to depend upon government hand-outs or charity. – J.Z., 28.2.97.

EDUCATION VOUCHERS, See: PEARSON, GEORGE H., How Tuition Vouchers Socialize Private Education, 3pp: 375, in PP 1457/62.

EDUCATION VOUCHERS, See: UTLEY, T.E. & UDAL, JOHN, Vouchers for Education, 9pp, 98, in PP 1450.


EDUCATION, PP 1, 2, 7, 14, 168 – 173, 176, 199, 202, 243/45, 290, 331, 345, 349, 369, 370, 486, 509, 696, 712 – 714, 736, 743, 756, 875, 890, 916, 925, 955, 976, 986/87, 999, 1012, 1014, 1028/29, 1047 -1049, 1052-61 (LA Educ. Notes), 1100, 1103/5, 1107, 1115, 1130, 1139, 1142, 1147, 1150. See : Voucher Plan. See Modern School at Stelton, in PP 955.

EDUCATION, See: BUNDAY, KARL M., School is Dead, Learn in Freedom, 1997. A compilation of links to resources on home schooling, 6pp: 177. – This material is copyrighted. I was not aware that there is such an extensive home school movement. – J.Z.

EDUCATION, See: CALOPA, RAMON, The School of Today, 3pp: 482, in PP 1484/85. EDUCATION, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Dilemmas of Public Education, 11pp: 414.

EDUCATION, See: CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT EDUCATION, Symposium on Compulsory Education, CIE, 1972, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1403: 172.

EDUCATION, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Character Education, review, 3pp, of: BROOKS, B. DAVID, The Case for Character Education,168pp: 535, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Education in America, 3pp: 106, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Review, 2pp, of: BARZUN, JACQUES, Teacher in America, Liberty Press, 502pp: 312, in PP1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: DUTZ, RON, Voluntary Learning for Children and the Role of the Teacher, 2pp, EDUCATIONAL NOTES No. 28: 63, in PP 1516. See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, On the Harm done by “Look-and-Say”: A Reaction to Bonnie Macmillan’s Why Schoolchildren Can’t Read, 4pp, EDUCATIONAL NOTES No. 29: 65, in PP 1516.

EDUCATION, See: FLOSZ, FREIES LEBEN OHNE SCHULZWANG, 16 S. Mitteilungen, in PP 1326: 57.

EDUCATION, See: FREIE SCHULE FREIBURG, Der 1. Baustein zum Erfolg, 5 S.: 130, in PP 1503.

EDUCATION, See: GRANT, R.W., The Case Against Public Education, 6pp: 278, in PP 1457/62. – Discusses Lancaster’s Monitor System.

EDUCATION, See: HEBBURN, CHARLES M., Threats to Freedom in Higher Education, 6pp: 223, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: HUNTER, KERMIT, Federal Funding for Colleges: Blessing or Curse? 7pp: 165, in PP 1506/07.

EDUCATION, See: JOHNSON, THOMAS, Review, 1p, of: Education in a Free Society, ed. by BURLEIGH, ANNE HUSTED, Liberty Fund, Indianapolis, 1973, 182pp: 175, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: KENNISON, MELANIE J., Environment for Discovery at The College of Early Learning, an affiliate of New Banner Institute, 2pp: 108, in PP 1498. – I wonder how many anarchistic or libertarian experiments are more or less buried in the ERIC Collection? – J.Z.

EDUCATION, See: KIMBERLING, RON, The Public Indoctrination System, 3pp: 92, in PP 1488.

EDUCATION, See: KLEMM, ULRICH, 20 Jahre Kinderrechtsbewegung und Antipaedagogik, 3 S.: 49, in PP 1456.

EDUCATION, See: LINAWEAVER, BRAD, Censorship: The Educator’s Nightmare, 9pp: 161, in PP 1506/07.

EDUCATION, See: MELISSA, On Anarchism and Education, 2pp: 483, in PP 1484/85.

EDUCATION, See: MONTGOMERY, ZACH, Poison Drops… The School Question…, 1889, 138pp, in PP 1416.

EDUCATION, See: NELSON, JOHN O., The University and Secondary Education, 7pp: 73, in PP 1529- 33. See: PATON, W.A., Some Reflections on Education, 6pp: 76, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: NOLAN, DAVID F., Free Market Education: A Radical Proposal, 5pp: 186, in PP 1457/62.EDUCATION, See: PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Public Schools: the Counterattack Begins, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 69.

EDUCATION, See: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Turning Minds to Mush, 1p, for private education, in PP 1336 – 39: 212.

EDUCATION, See: PETERSON, ROBERT A., Education in Colonial America, 10pp: 424.

EDUCATION, See: POLSBY, DANIEL D., Give Parents Control of the Schools, 1p: 81, in PP 1499.

EDUCATION, See: ROSS, ERNEST GL, The Price of Education, 6pp: 374, in PP 1529- 33.

EDUCATION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Education: Free & Compulsory, 1971, I: 7pp: 411; II: 14pp: 491, in PP 1457/62.EDUCATION, See: ROYAL BANK OF CANADA MONTHLY LETTER, Dec. 1974, lifelong Learning, 9pp: 211, in PP 1529- 33. – Alas, the “Continuing Education” movement has turned even that into a “government job”! – J.Z.

EDUCATION, See: SEPARATION OF SCHOOL & STATE ALLIANCE, Leaflets on 97 Conference, 8pp: 139, in PP 1504.

EDUCATION, See: Several articles in PP 1373/1375.

EDUCATION, See: SOMMERSCHULE ’80. Thema: Selbstbestimmt Leben. Selbstverwaltung als konkrete Utopie. Alternative Paedagogik, Linke und Kinder. Neues Politikverstaendnis, 76 S.: 1, in PP 1473. – Projekt Sommerschule, Offenbach.

EDUCATION, See: SOWELL, THOMAS, Black Education: Myths and Tragedies, reviewed by ARTHUR M. DIAMOND, Jr., 1p, in PP 1367/68: 6.

EDUCATION, See: SPRING, JOEL H., Anarchism and Education: The Dissenting Tradition, 1971, slightly shortened edition, 13pp: 56, in PP 1501.

EDUCATION, See: TOOLEY, JAMES, How British Schools Can Escape from the State, Opting-out of the National Curriculum, Standard Assessment Tests, League Tables & National Inspection in 3 Easy Steps, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 25.

EDUCATION, See: WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Education: A Weapon for the Ruling Class, 1p: 175, in PP 1480. – True education is always a self-improvement job. Do not blame others for your failure to achieve it. Have you, e.g., made full use of your microfilm options or have you largely ignored them? – J.Z., 5.6.98. – J.A.W., Education: Tool of a Free Society, 2pp: 183, in PP 1480. – C.B., Bronson Alcott: Pioneer of Progressive Education, 2pp: 184, in PP 1480.

EDUCATION: ARONS, STEPHEN, Compulsory Education. The Plain People Resist, Apr. 72, CIE, SATURDAY REVIEW, Jan. 15, 72, 14pp, in PP 1419: 127.

EDUCATION: ASTON, SUSAN, Review, 1 p, of 3 books on education, including John Holt’s Escape from Childhood, in PP 1367/68: 121.

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

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

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

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

EDUCATION: BLUMENFELD, SAMUEL L., The New Illiterates and how to keep your child from becoming one, 1p review by DONALD FEDER, in PP 1367/68: 96.

EDUCATION: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, The Hundred-Kid Shriek, 81, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1841. – 100 kids, temporarily on the public address system, shrieking from Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”: “Hey! Teacher! Leave the kids alone!” – Alas, the parents did not join their chorus. – J.Z.

EDUCATION: BRICK, AVIS, Political Education in Principle, Review of: JONES, JOYCE F., Citizenship Education, 7pp, in PP 1376: 346.

EDUCATION: BROOKE, AGNES-MARY, Letter to Lockwood, on education reforms, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 413.

EDUCATION: CARROLL, VINCENT, Education Gets a Grade of F, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1909.

EDUCATION: CLARK, ED, Government Schools Impose Conflict & Coercion in our “Public” Schools, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 423.

EDUCATION: CLARKSON, JIM, How to Start your Own Private School, Interview by FREE TEXAS, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 427.

EDUCATION: CLIFTON, MERRITT, Learning Disabilities: What Publicity Doesn’t Tell, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 813.

EDUCATION: DAVID, JOE, Potomac Fever: Cause & Cure, 2pp, against governmentalized education, in PP 1432/1439: 1231.

EDUCATION: DROSDIK, VINCENT A., III, Education and the State, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 96.

EDUCATION: EDVEST NEWSLETTER, U3A – participatory education, 96, 1p, in PP 1371/72: 419. – Isn’t education always a participatory or even a self-made process? – A German saying characterizes the official miseducation well: “Wenn alles schlaeft und einer spricht dann nennt man dieses Unterricht.” (When everybody sleeps and only one talks then this is called a lesson.) – J.Z.

EDUCATION: ERNSBERGER, DON, A Libertarian Educator Looks at American Schooling, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 443.

EDUCATION: FRASER, IAN, The Liberation of Learning, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 343.

EDUCATION: GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Education and Freedom, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 185.

EDUCATION: GREENBERG, ARNOLD, Searching for Alternatives in Education, The Homestead School, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 336.

EDUCATION: HAINSTOCK, ELIZABETH, Teaching Montessori in the Home: The School Years, reviewed by PEGGY FARRELL, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 28.

EDUCATION: HARLEE, JOHN T., Numbers and Statistics: The Educationist Bureaucrat, 2pp, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1831.

EDUCATION: HEGEMAN, ROXANA, Schools Blamed for Illiteracy, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1828.

EDUCATION: HESS, KARL, Educational Liberty: A First Step, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 499.

EDUCATION: KLAUSNER, MANUEL S., Tuition Tax Credits: A Debate Revived, 2pp, short version of an article in INFORM, in PP 1432/1439: 809.

EDUCATION: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, Education – A Competitive Approach, 1p, in PP 1351.

EDUCATION: LOOMIS, MILDRED J., Adlerian Education, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 334.

EDUCATION: NAGEL, ED, Unschooling the Parents, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 487.

EDUCATION: NICHOLSON, TOM, Dr., Look-Say Lunacy, 3pp, T.N. interviewed by Lindsay Perigo on RADIO LIBERTY, in PP 1336/39: 417.

EDUCATION: NOLAN, DAVID F., Free Market Education: A Radical Proposal, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 805.

EDUCATION: PARKER, S.E., Stirner on Education, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 299.

EDUCATION: PARTINGTON, GEOFFREY, The Socialist Studies Curriculum, Dr. G.P., interviewed by Lindsay Perigo on RADIO LIBERTY, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 481.

EDUCATION: POIROT, PAUL L., What Is a Teacher Worth? 5pp letter, in PP 1418: 24.

EDUCATION: RICKENBACKER, WILLIAM, The Twelve Year Sentence: Radical Views of Compulsory Schooling, 1p review by JOSEPH R. PEDEN, in PP 1367/68: 59.

EDUCATION: ROBERTS, PAUL CRAIG, Bureaucracy Causes Education’s Problems, 1964, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 90.

EDUCATION: SAYERS, DOROTHY L., The Lost Tools of Learning, 1947, 1971, Center for Independent Education, 20pp, in PP 1417: 12.

EDUCATION: SINCLAIR, UPTON, The Goose Step. A Study of American Education, vol. 1 (it ends very abruptly with p. 118), 1922, 1923, in PP 1367/68: 160.

EDUCATION: SMITH, GEORGE, Public School Students Indoctrinated by State Elite, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 429.

EDUCATION: SMITH, MORTIMER, The Failure of American Education, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 137.

EDUCATION: TOFFLER, ALVIN, Learning for Tomorrow: The Role of the Future in Education, ed. by T., reviewed by THOMAS JOHNSON, 2pp, in PP 1367/68: 20.

EDUCATION: WATERMAN, ALAN S., Learning by Contract, CIE, 1973, 8pp, in PP 1419: 130.

EDUCATION: WITTMER, FELIX & HUNT, THOMAS F., Slow Poison for the Young Idea, Two Educators Report on Pro-Soviet Texts, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 142.

EDUCATION: WOOLF, KATHLEEN A., Freedom of Choice in Education, 1962, 32pp, in PP 1367/68: 192.

EDUCATIONAL NOTES, L.A., Nos. 1 & 3, 6pp, 29x, in PP 696. – Nos. 15-18, 21, 23, 24, 26, in PP 1281/82. (Missing still: 13 & 14, 19 & 20, 22, 25.) See also under: Libertarian Alliance, London,

EDUCATIONS, See: Modern School Collection, Stelton, in PP 1538.

EDVEST NEWSLETTER, U3A – participatory education, 96, 1p, in PP 1371/72: 419.EDWARD, Capital Punishment? No Thanks, Murray! Summer 78, 6pp, 29, in PP 243.

EDWARDS, G.W., Energy Policy and the Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria, CIS, 1983, 22pp, 36x, in PP 720.

EDWARDS, GILES, Free Enterprise, a pamphlet, 5pp, 24x, in PP 48-49.

EDWARDS, H.W.J., The Division, 3pp, on the party system, article from NOW, London, No. 7, Fall 1941: in PP 1447/49: 299.

EDWARDS, JAMES ROLPH, Financing Government without Taxation, 9pp: 116, in PP 1479.

EDWARDS, JAMES ROLPH, Monopoly and Competition in Money, JLS, Winter 1980, 11pp, in PP 794.

EDWARDS, JAMES ROLPH, The Politics and Economics of Inflation: Some Simple Analytics, 11pp: 138, in PP 1479. – As if monetary legislation, especially the issue monopoly of central banks and their legal tender power for their paper money had little to do with inflation. Just 2 hints are here towards monetary freedom, on pages 48 & 50. He considered this question “rather philosophically”, to speak in slang. – J.Z.

EDWARDS, JOHN & SECKEL, AL, Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason, 6pp leaflet, published by Atheists United, Sherman Oaks, Cal., 1964, as FREETHOUGHT DATASHEET No. 9, in PP 1098, 1163 & 1267. – Rather than leaving a few pages empty on a microfiche, I tend to use any “filler” on hand, even it it is a repeat. – J.Z.

EDWARDS, JOHN, How Owen Harries leaned from left to right, The Bulletin, Oct. 2, 1984, 4pp, in PP 1,027.

EDWARDS, MICKEY, Behind Enemy Lines: 571pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, in PP 1529- 33.

EDWARDS, MORGAN, Maculate Origins: Themes of Failure and Success in American Anarchism, 16pp: 167, in PP 501. EDWARDS, S.E., Extracts from Adam Smith, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 102.

EDWARDS, WILLARD, The Bureaucracy, Public Enemy No. 1, “malicious and vindictive”, 64pp, 24x, in PP 332. (Since it is only the natural result of monopoly and taxation, it is only a third level enemy. J.Z.)

EEDEN, FREDERIK VAN, Glueckliche Menschheit,1913, 283 S., in PP 1395: 1. Mit Einleitung von Franz Oppenheimer, 15 S.

EENIGENBURG, BRIAN, Disclosure Contracts, 3pp, 1971, in PP 1296.

EENIGENBURG, BRIAN, Final Riddance, 2pp, 1971, against LP trying for office, in PP 1296.

EFFICACY, 4 samples: Winter 1969, 15pp, Fall 1970, 19pp, vol. 2, No. 1, 1971, 19pp & vol. 2, No. 2, 1971, 19pp, in PP 889. These are all issues on hand. All others that might have appeared are wanted for filming. – J.Z.

EFFICIENCY, See: SUMMERS, BRIAN, Who Is Efficient? 2pp: 210, in PP 1529-33. – Methinks, that most of the libertarians believing and trying to teach the efficiency and rightfulness of free market economies and societies have still to learn much about efficiently marketing their free market ideas and about the free market institutions, channels, media and processes required for this. So far, most of them can’t be bothered and just stumble or fumble along in the conventional ways, which have so far always failed to achieve a complete victory for freedom ideas – even in their own minds. – J.Z., 22.11.98.

EFRON, EDITH, Conservatism: A Libertarian Challenge, 14pp: 270, in PP 1506/07.EFRON, EDITH, The Apocalyptics, review by AMES, BRUCE, Mother Nature is Meaner than you Think, 1p: 88, in PP 1469.

EFRON, EDITH, The News Twisters, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 104, in PP 1468.

EGALITARIANISM, PP 39, 391, 962, 1043, 1114. Compare Collectivism, Communism, Communist Anarchism.

EGALITARIANISM, See: FREDERICK, DANNY, The Futility of Egalitarianism. Some reflections inspired by Julian Le Grand’s STRATEGY OF EQUALITY, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 9.

EGGER, JOHN B., Review of: MACHOVEC, FRANK M., Perfect Competition and the Transformation of Economics, a CATO Rev. txt, 4pp, in PP 1535: 72.

EGO TRIP, by Jim Stumm, No. 1, Feb. 76, 1p, in PP 835. EGO, incorporating MINUS ONE, also called THE EGOIST, London, No. 1, 1982 – No. 13, 1991, ed, by S. E. Parker, 142pp, in PP 1423: 1.EGOISM & ALTRUISM, See: WALDECKE, ST. CH., Vergoetterter Egoismus und idealisierter Altruismus, 3 S.: 11, in PP 1456.

EGOISM, PP 281, 283 – 285, 288, 372, 410, 878, 897, 1020, see Mackay, Objectivism, Rand, Solneman, Stirner, GAUTHIER, DAVID, The Impossibility of Rational Egoism, TJOP, LXXI/14, August 15, 1974, 18pp, & WARREN, Egoism as an Ethical System, TJOP, LXXI/14, August 15, 1974, 17pp, in PP 1,020.


EGOLF, JOHN, Monroeville, Alabama, to Mrs. BETTINA BIEN GREAVES, Oct. 7, 1990, 4pp, on ECONOMIC FREEDOM AND INTERVENTIONISM, in PP 1,021.

EHM, HANNS, Rund um die Schliessrahmenbeute, 2 S., Bienenzucht, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 189. – Fuer mich bekam die Idee des Ideen Archivs hauptsaechlich eine fuer Sozialreformideen und Friedensplaene und under diesen eine Bevorzugung der rechtmaessigen und freiheitlichen Ideen. – Aber auch diese waeren durch einen allgemeinend Ideenmarkt und Addressenbuecher oder “databank directories” zu befoerdern, nicht nur durch spezielle Maerkte oder Archive und Addresslisten. – J.Z., 9/97.

EHMAN, LEE H., The American School in the Political Socialization Process, REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 50, Spring 80, 99-119, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p992, headed: Schools and Political Socialization.

EHMER, MANFRED, Grundzuege der Philosophie Max Stirners, 6 S.: 31, in PP 1523.

EHRBAR, A.F., Pragmatic Politics Won’t Win for Business, 4pp, 1979, 29x, in PP 928.EHRLICH, CAROL & HOWARD J., The Nature of Anarchism, 5pp, in PP 1193.EHRLICH, CAROL, Socialism, Anarchism and Feminism, 16pp: 124, in PP 1481.

EHRLICHKEIT, Triumph der Ehrlichkeit, bei einer Grundstuecksanzeige, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 90. – Nicht nur viele Prediger & Politiker erhalten ihren Lebensunterhalt durch Luegen. Wie kann man Wahrheiten und richtige Ideen besser vermarkten? Kann man es ohne e.g. ein Ideen Archiv? – J.Z., 28.9.97.

EICHBAUM, JUNE A., Towards an Autonomy-Based Theory of Constitutional Privacy : Beyond the Ideology of Familial Privacy, HARVAD CIVIL RIGHTS – CIVIL LIBERTIES LAW REVIEW 14, Sum. 79, 351-384, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1097, headed Autonomy, Privacy, & the Family.


EICHENBAUM, Martin S. & WALLACE, Neil, A Shred of Evidence on Public Acceptance of Privately Issued Currency, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

EICHER, FRANKLIN C., Criminal Secrecy in Government, 5pp, 24x, in PP 55.

EID, LEROY V., Liberty: The Indian Contribution to the American Revolution, THE MIDWEST QUARTERLY 23, Spring 81, 279-298, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1666, headed: Indian Freedom & the American Revolution.

EIDETIK : H.O., Visionaere Erlebnisse, Besondere Begabungen, Eidetik, in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-32, 2 S.: 21.

EINE UEBERNATIONALE “SPRACHE”, 1 S., ueber Nummerierung von Worten, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 308.

EINSTEIN, ALBERT, correspondence with H.L. Follin and U.v. Beckerath regarding exterritorial autonomy, with note by John Zube, 29x, in PP 585.

EINZIGE, DER, Beiblatt zu: Der Menschenfresser, Herausgeber: Anselm Ruest & Mynona, Berlin, 4 Feb. 1919, Nr. 4, 12pp, the only sample on hand, in PP 915.

EISENACH, ELDON J., Crime, Death, and Loyalty in English Liberalism, POLITICAL THEORY 6, May 78, 213-232, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p614, headed: Liberalism and Self-Interest.

EISENMAN, RUSSELL, From Creative, Deviant Movements to Conventional Oppressors : A Look at Psychoanalysis and Feminism, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

EISNER, ERICH, Gegen die Buerger im Marxpelz. Die antiautoritaeren “Linken” in der Arbeiterbewegung, Koeln, 1968, FAZIT – Reihe 2, 95 S., mit Dokumenten. Discusses anarchism, in PP 1413/14: 215.

EKELUND, ROBERT B, Jr. & HEBERT, ROBERT F., The Proto-History of Franchise Bidding, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 48, Oct. 81, 464-474, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1761, headed: Competition, Property Rights, & the State.

EKELUND, ROBERT B. Jr. & TOLLISON, ROBERT D., Mercantilism as a Rent-Seeking Society, in: Mercantilism as a Rent-Seeking Society: Economic Regulation in Historical Perspective, College Station: Texas A & M U.P., 1981, ch. 1, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1762, headed: Mercantilism: Monopoly Revenues & Regulation.

EKINS, Paul, interview on The New Economics of TOES, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742.

EKIRCH, ARTHUR A., Jr., The Reform Mentality, War, Peace, and the National State: From the Progressives to Vietnam, JLS 3, no. 1, 1979, 55-72, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p798, headed: Reform, Progressives, and Empire.

EKIRCH, ROGER A., A New Government of Liberty: Herman Husband’s Vision of Backcountry North Carolina, 1755, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 34, Oct. 77, 632-645, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p595, headed: Herman Husband’s Republican Vision.

EKLUND, ROBERT B., Jr. & TOLLISON, ROBERT D., Mercantilism as a Rent-Seeking Society: Economic Regulation in Historical Perspective, 1982, here only a 1p review, by COOPER, RICHARD A., in PP 1312/1314: 288.


EL-AZEM, PATRICK, Reply to Mr. Haines (The New World View), 4pp:476, in PP 1293/95.

ELDER, DANI, The Tech Singularity – The Timescale of Nanotechnology, 1p:507, in PP 1293/95.

ELDRIDGE, DON, Review of: MARIN, BRIAN, Challenging Bureaucratic Elites, 1997, 55pp: 1p: 80, in PP 1492.

ELDRIDGE, PAUL, The Kingdom Without God, 1951, 15pp, in PP 1144.

ELECTIONS, DEREGULATION, See: TANAKA, TOM, How to Deregulate Elections, 1p, in PP 493.

ELECTIONS, See: Editorial, in NORTHWEST LIBERTARIAN, headed: Silencing of Ron Paul Threatens Democracy, 1p, in PP 493. – In all “democracies” special restrictions upon alternative parties and candidates are by now “routine” and are all too rarely questioned by voters and the “free” media. – J.Z.

ELECTRICITY, WHAT IS, PP 200 (H. Spencer ).

ELECTRO-ACCRETION: Grow Shelters from Sea Minerals, 1p, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.


ELECTRONIC LIBRARIES, See: ZUBE, JOHN, compiler, Clippings and Notes on Electronic Libraries, Internet, CD-ROM publishing etc., 1992-94, ca. 60pp, in PP 1197.

ELECTRONIC LIBRARY: SELTZER, RICHARD, Suggested Tactics for Building an Electronic Library, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 257.

ELECTRONIC MAIL, See: DEHN JOE, Liberty by electronic mail, 1/2p, in PP 493.

ELEPHANTS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize the Elephants? Really, You’re Kidding!, 1p: 59, in PP 1515.

ELF, Santa Cruz, No. 1, published by Joerj Matiasz, 15pp, in PP 1398: 114.ELIOT, CHARLES W., Mr. Eliot’s Comments to Herbert Spencer’s “Specialized Administration”, 8pp, in PP 1316.ELITE & CAPITALISM, PP 1132.ELITISM, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Elite under Capitalism, 1962, 8pp: 17, in PP 1480.

ELLERMAN, DAVID P., Dr., A Restructuring Model for Socialist Firms, 1989, 12pp, in PP 1,007.

ELLIG, JEROME, Airline Competition: A Consumer Perspective, ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE, Jan. 24, 1990, Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation, 32pp, in PP 1216.

ELLIG, JERRY, Dime Store Economics, 3pp: 527, in PP 1529-33.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Against Anarchist Idealism, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 325.ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Anarchism, Society and the Socialized Mind, 1966, 8pp, 29x, in PP 392.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, John Clark and Stirner’s Negativity, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 475.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Marx, Stirner & ‘I’, 3pp, 1974, in PP 1420/22: 387.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Max Stirner & Egoism, part 3: Conscious Egoism, 3pp: 18; part 4: Egoism, Taoism & Zen, 3pp: 29, in PP 1420/22.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Permanent Protest: Is It Anarchism? 7pp, in PP 1420/22: 61.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Permanent Protest: Is it Anarchism? 7pp: 53, in PP 1465.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Review of : RENOULET, MARCEL, Kaleidoscope De L’Homme, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 503.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, S.E. Parker and Sole Ego Stirner, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 429.

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

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Stirner and the Myth of Pluralism, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 449. – Deals only with one of the philosophical definitions of pluralism. I am mainly interested in the pluralism exemplified in exterritorially autonomous institutions and their peaceful competition with each other. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.9.97.

ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Stirner and the Universe, 1p, with a 1p reply by S.E. Parker, in PP 1420/22: 399.

ELLIOT, HUGH: Herbert Spencer, N.Y. 1917, 337pp, indexed, with a short bibliography, in PP 1,043.

ELLIOTT, EMORY, The Dove and the Serpent: The Clergy in the American Revolution, AMERICAN QUARTERLY 31, Summer 79, 187-203, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1188, headed: The Clergy & the American Revolution.

ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS, Henry David Thoreau, 1817-62: Individualist & Dissenter, 1990, 2pp, LA Libertarian Heritage No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS, Subsidising Deforestation, 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 30, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS, The Economist: “To Further Free Trade Principles”, 1991, 2pp, LA Libertarian Heritage No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS, The Value of a Free Press, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 52, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICK & EYSENCK, HANS, Heredity, Environment & Evidence, 1992, 2pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICK, Ethiopia and Third World Myths, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

ELLIOTT, NICK, Pornography and the Libertarian Challenge, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 39, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICK, Rational Expectations Theory: A Critique, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

ELLIOTT, NICK, The Perversity of Government: Robin Hood Changes Sides; Who REALLY Protects the Consumer; Freedom and Drugs, 1985, LA Economic Notes No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

ELLIOTT, NICK, The Public Good Rationale for the Welfare State: A Critique, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

ELLIOTT, NICK, The Uses and Abuses of Money, 1992, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 47, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELLIOTT, NICK, What to do and what not to do, LA Tactical Notes No. 3, 1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

ELLIOTT, NICK: EYSENCK, HANS, An Assessment, L.A., 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.

ELLIS, ALBERT & HARPER, ROBERT A., A Guide to Rational Living, reviewed by WALTER BLOCK, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 6.

ELLIS, ALBERT, Humanistic Psychology, reviewed by WALTER BLOCK, 1p, in PP 1367/68.

ELLIS, BILL, Mutual Credit, pamphlet No. 1 by the publisher of TRANET, with a list of: 3CE: Coalition for Cooperative Community Economics – Resources, 3pp, n.d. , in PP 1541/42: 412. – It lists LMP as a source. I can highly recommend TRANET as a hint towards international projects that should be of interest to at least some anarchists and libertarians. If I were not so busy already, I would have contacted some of them. – If I had access to all issues of TRANET, and permission to fiche them, I probably would do so, soon. There exists so far too little national and international division of labour between libertarians and anarchists. Such a project list would help to promote it. – As to the mutual credit proposal: It does not seem to provide enough local “shop foundation” to make local wage and salary payments predominantly in such credits appear acceptable. Already existing shopping centres and large department stores would be more suitable issuers for local currency or a clearing centre. The proposal also presumes that there are no legal and juridical prohibitions in this sphere and compulsory licensing, regulations and controls. It presumes the existence of monetary freedom and the non-existence of monetary despotism. – Thus, like many tax resisters, participants or at least initiators in such schemes might soon find themselves bankrupted by fines or even imprisoned. Much more thinking and many more efforts are required to start a successful monetary revolution that would bring about monetary freedom and all its benefits. – J.Z.

ELLIS, BOB, Sport and the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.ELLIS, BOB, The Obsolescence of the Nation-State, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 653. – I would have rather said: “of the territorial and coercive nation State.” – J.Z.

ELLIS, C.A.A., Business, Government and All of Us, 1966, 114pp, 24x, in PP 246.

ELLIS, C.A.A., Free Trade through Free Exchange Rates, 2pp, 24x, in PP6. Another libertarian who got senile before he got quite sensible on monetary questions. But at least he was correct on this point. – J.Z.

ELLIS, JOSEPH J., Culture and Capitalism in Pre-Revolutionary America, AMERICAN QUARTERLY, 1980, 169-186, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p, headed: Liberalism: The Seedbed of American Culture.

ELLIS, WILLIAM N., TRANET, introductory letter, 4pp and Transnational Networks and World Order, 4pp, from TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES, 1982, 24x, in PP 922.

ELLOS, WILLIAM J., Natural Law, 1966, 11 points, mainly taken from Maritain, 48x, in PP 589/590.

ELMENDORF, ARMIN, & ZUBE, JOHN, Individual Responsibility for Acts that Lead to War, 12pp, 1965, 24x in PP 5.

ELST, PHILIP VAN DER, Advancing Human Rights, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

ELST, PHILIP VANDER (VAN DER?), God and Totalitarianism, 1989, 2pp, LA Religious Notes No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ELTZBACHER, PAUL, Anarchism, Exponents of the Anarchist Philosophy, 1900, translated by Steven T. Byington, ed. by James J. Martin, 223 pp, with bibliography, 24x, PP 208.

ELTZBACHER, Paul, Dr., Der Anarchismus, 1900, 305pp, 36x, in PP 709.

ELTZBACHER, PAUL: Einladung zur Subscriptionsausgabe von “Der Anarchismus”, 1986/87, 1 S., in PP 831. (After I tried out for years, to point out to libertarians, world-wide, that the price of a good dinner for two could suffice to “sponsor” a new edition of a rare book, could keep it PERMANENTLY in print and makes it possible to offer it upon demand, by airmail, anywhere, at a price anyone can afford! So why appeal for further subscriptions and donations towards libertarian publication costs? Will they ever learn? Least excused in this respect are those believing in the cost-cutting efficiency of free enterprise. There was an attempt at micro-printing on paper, to achieve small size economics, but it was not as successful as microfilming. Is it really too difficult to use just one more relatively simple and affordable technology and to use film reductions not only for snapshots and movies but for literature, too? – J.Z.

ELVIN, RENE, Lessons from Europe, 14pp, 19, in PP 1450.

ELWELL, HUGH, Insuring for Health, 11pp, 96, in PP 1450.

ELWOOD, JAMES R., Dictatorship at your Doorstep? The Dangers of the “Counter-Terrorism” Bill, 6pp, in PP 1445: 48.

ELWOOD, JAMES R., Just Say “No” to “Extortion Futures”. Why Buying Government Bonds is a Bad Investment for Yourself, and Our Future, ISIL, 12/97, 6pp: 56, in PP 1504. – It is an “investment” in your own tax slavery and that of others. – J.Z., 3.Feb. 98.

ELWOOD, JIM, U.S. Elections: Sleeping Voters Begin to Stir, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p390. – They would really begin to stir once they could individually opt out of all political and territorial systems, machines, constitutions and laws that are oppressive and exploitative, like compulsory taxation is. – J.Z.

ELY, RICHARD T., What Is the Remedy? n.d., 5pp, in NEW OCCASIONS, II/1, Feb. 1895, published by Charles H. Kerr & Co. – Not a libertarian essay but shows the all too common prejudices of his times, 100 years ago. – J.Z.

EMANCIPATION, Anarchist Association of the Americas, sample, vol. 6, issue 10, No. 52, October 1983, 8pp, in PP 1357: 93.

EMANCIPATION, Vol. 9, issue 3, number 67, July 1986, 12pp, in PP 1256.

EMANCIPATION, Washington, Anarchist Association of the Americas, VI/11: no. 54, Nov. 83 & VII/7: no. 56, April 84, 12pp, in PP 1232.


EMANUELSON, JERRY, Socialized Airwaves, 2pp: 96, in PP 1529-33.



EMERGENCY COUNCIL OF WORLD TRUSTEES, First Decree for the Protection of Life, 1971, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 189.



EMERGENCY? PRYOR, NELSON A., Emergency? 1p, in PP 1404/06: 321.

EMERLING, MICHAEL, Draft the Elderly, 2p, in PP 1283-1286: 260.

EMERLING, MICHAEL, Review, 1p, of: 1. ERIC HOFFER, The Ordeal of Change, 2. ALVIN TOFFLER, Future Shock, 3. NENA & GEORGE O’NEIL, Shifting Gears, in PP 1367/68: 92.

EMERLING, MICHAEL, Words are Weapons, 1p, in PP 1283-1286: 271. – Excerpted from The Essence of Political Persuasion.

EMERLING, The Essence of Political Persuasion, 87, 1p extract, in PP 1382/85: 332.

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO, 1803-82. 2pp write-up from a to me unknown reference work, which someone sent me, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – By all means, keep sending me material, but do mark the source. I am prepared, sometimes, to pirate material but would at least like to honour the author and mention the source. – J.Z.

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO, Essays on History and Intellect, n.d., 64pp, LBB No. 548, “History”; “Intellect”, in PP 1209.

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO, Essays on Spiritual Laws and Circles, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, n.d., 57pp, “Spiritual Laws”, “Circles”, LBB No. 547, in PP 1209.

EMERSON, THOMAS I., Colonial Intentions and Current Realities of the First Amendment, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 125, April 77, 737-760, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p504, headed: The Goals of the First Amendment.

EMERSON, THOMAS I., First Amendment Doctrine and the Burger Court, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 68, May 80, 422-481, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1488, headed: The First Amendment & the Court.

EMERSON, THOMAS I., The Right of Privacy and Freedom of the Press, HARVARD CIVIL RIGHTS – CIVIL LIBERTIES LAW REVIEW 14, Sum. 79, 329-360, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1098, headed: Privacy & Freedom of Press.


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

EMMINGHAUS, A., Geld und Geldwirtschaft, 1866, 14pp, in Dr. H. Rentzsch, Handwoerterbuch der Volkswirtschaftslehre, 14pp, 29x, in PP 732.




EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION NEWS, 4 samples, 5&11/79, 3&8/80, 15pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

EMPLOYEE SHAREHOLDING, rather than “participation” in the property of others, 8, 294-297, 997, see COOPERATIVES.


EMPLOYMENT AND CREDIT EXPANSION, PP 428ff:S.616. See, rather, e.g. 9-11 & 40, 41, without that fuzzy and dangerous notion of “credit expansion”. – J.Z.



EMPLOYMENT POLICIES, See: SENESE, DONALD J., Government Intervention Creates Chaos, Not Jobs, 9pp: 269, in PP 1529-33.

EN MARGE, No. 1, August 1995, London, 2pp, published by S.E. Parker, sent to me by David Miller, Melbourne. Last sign of life that I received from S.E. Parker, in PP 1420/22: 10 & 22.

ENCICLOPEDIA ANARQUISTA, volumes I & II, from A to Extremismo, 36x, in PP 883 – 888. (Spanish translation of the French encyclopedia of the thirties, produced in Mexico and, hopefully, continued. But I have not yet seen any follow-up volumes. Why don’t they resort to affordable microfiche self-publishing? J.Z.)

ENCOVARDO, Die Kunst mehr Geld zu verdienen, 1 S., Verkaufskunst, Sich selbst verwerten, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 83. – If marketing would be properly organized, all offers and all demands properly registered, like share offers and demands in an exchange, then it would no longer be an “art” of “salesmanship”. – J.Z., 15.6.99.

ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AMERICAN LIBERTARIANISM AND ANARCHISM, hint to project of The Agorist Institute, 1989, in PP 1382/85: 398. Has it appeared by 97? Why only American and not at least including all efforts from other English speaking countries? – J.Z.

ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF LIBERTARIANISM, Contract signed with Garland, 1986 notice, in PP 1348: 29. – What has happened here, by 97? NEW ZEALAND’s ‘THE FREE RADICAL’ has offered a libertarian A-Z in its magazine. I have a collection of pro-freedom A-Z’s and would like all of them – AND MORE – merged into one. Can one get the authors’ & publishers O.K. for that? – Wouldn’t YOU want an almost complete & frequently updated and also very affordable libertarian encyclopaedia? Do your thing towards it! – J.Z.

ENCYCLOPAEDIAS, See: DEGEN, HANS-JUERGEN, Lexikon der Anarchie, 23 S., in PP 1326: 34. Briefe, Vorschlaege, Bitten zur Mitarbeit, Gliederung, Beispiele, von 1990. Ist inzwischen erschienen. Soviel ich weiss, nicht nur als einmalig erchienenes kleines gebundenes Buch sondern as wachsende Lose-Blatt Sammlung. Aber dieser Weg ist viel teurer und zeitraubender als der auf alternativen Medien. – J.Z.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREE BANKING, Project, in progress, see e.g.: ZUBE, JOHN, Verkehrszeichen auf dem Wege zur Geldfreiheit. A larger English compilation is in the works. Any help welcomed. – J.Z.


ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE BEST REFUTATIONS, SO FAR FOUND, OF COMMON ERRORS, MYTHS AND PREJUDICES, Project, PP 1 & 2, 61/63, 75, 598, 612, 997. See e.g. FEE’s Cliches of Socialism.



ENERGY CRISIS, See: COBB, JOE, Government Allocation Programs: Producing Corruption, Not Energy, 4pp: 276, in PP 1506/07.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: DUKE, WINSTON L., The So-Called Energy Crisis, 3pp: 41, 49, 52, in PP 1498.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: KOCH, CHARLES, An Energy Crisis? Nuts! 3pp: 21, in PP 1506/07.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: KOCH, CHARLES, The Energy Crisis, an address, 1978, 12pp, in PP 24.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: MAURICE, S. CHARLES & SMITHSON, CHARLES W., The Energy Crisis Ends, 1982, 2pp: 31, in PP 1469.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: MILLER, VINCENT H., Energy Crisis Non-Solutions, 5pp: 168, in PP 1506/07.

ENERGY CRISIS, See: NORTH, GARY, How Not to Cure an Energy Crisis, 7pp: 160, in PP 1529-33.

ENERGY CRISIS: ESSER, FRED R., Sybil Liberty interviews Toby Moffet, 3pp, on new energy legislation: 136, in PP 1506/07.ENERGY POLICY, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Energy Fascism, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 113.

ENERGY PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION, PRIVATE & COMPETITIVE SUPPLY, PP 202, 290, 369, 578, 720, 935, 691 – 693 & 736, 1028/29. (Since the “Palmer Effect”, as reported, was found to be based on fraudulent figures, Sven Mielordt has given up his “free” energy research based upon them. But I still find his survey of similar projects interesting – although often printed or photocopied too badly. J.Z.). See NOW WHAT, I & II, see Beeching in PP 1052-61, 1105.

ENERGY, See: COBB, JOE, Energy Policy in Fantasyland, 1p, in PP 26.

ENERGY, See: CONNAH, LEE, Vegetable Oil Alternative to Diesel, 1p, 93, in PP 1318/1319: 132.

ENERGY, See: LIPSON, MICHAEL, Public Utillities on the Road to Serfdom – Electric Monopolies Are the Tools of the Power Elite, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 403.

ENERGY, See: ZIMMERMANN, WERNER, Saubere Energie aus Groenland, 2 S., 8, in PP 1451.

ENERGY: HUTZELMAN, DAVID, Energy Crisis: Made in Washington, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 344. – HOWELL, BILL, The Solar Energy Alternative, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 348. – EBELING, RICHARD, Nuclear Power: Pro and Con, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 348. – GLASSER, IRA, A Civil Libertarian Looks at Nuclear Power, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 349.

ENERGY: NEWMAN, JOHN, The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman, flyer, 2pp, with several other leaflets & letters by SOUL, EVEN R., Jr., concerning that machine and patent, 13pp, in PP 1371/72: 404. – See also SVEN MIELORD’S collection of patents, published in bookform and filmed by me. – J.Z.

ENGEL, RANDY, A Pro-Life Report on Population Growth and the American Future, 60pp, in PP 1121.

ENGELHARDT, WERNER, Prinzipielle u. aktuelle Aspekte der Produktivgenossenschaften, 1963, 22 S., in PP 1413/14: 41.

ENGELS, WOLFRAM, Notenemission als Bankgeschaeft, 1977, 12 S., in PP 806.

ENGELS, WOLFRAM, Prof., Nur Noch Halb So Viel Steuern, 1975, 23 S., redigiert, 29x, in PP 896.

ENGERT, HORST, Dr., DAS HISTORISCHE DENKEN MAX STIRNERS, 1911, 66 S., mit Bibliographie und 4 S. Anmerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, 24x, in PP 330.

ENGERT, ROLF, Das Bildnis der Freien u. Auszuege aus Friedrich Engels’ Christlichem Heldengedicht (1842), mit erlaeuternden Ausfuehrungen, 1921, 32 S., in PP 1361: 81.

ENGERT, ROLF, Das Bildnis Max Stirners, mit erlaeuternden Ausfuehrungen, 1921, 16 S., in PP 1361: 73.

ENGERT, ROLF, Neue Beitraege zur Stirnerforschung, 1923, enthaelt Stirner Dokumente in Faksimilewiedergabe, 30 S., in PP 1361: 95.

ENGLAENDER, S., Dr., Proudhon, the Father of Anarchism, in LIBERTY, Nos. 173ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

ENGLAENDER, SIGMUND, Geschichte der franzoesischen Arbeiter – Associationen, 1864, in 3 Baenden, 1017 S., 24x, in PP 214-215. A 4th volume exists, supposedly. I never sighted it yet. – J.Z.

ENGLAND, CATHERINE, Private Deposit Insurance: Stabilizing the Banking System, 1985, 24pp, in PP 1186.

ENGLAND, DELMAR, A WIECK Answer, Fall 78, 5pp, 29x, in PP 243.

ENGLISH LABOUR HISTORY, See: Thorold, Six Centuries….

ENGLUND, WILL, US Spending on education low – or else, high, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.


ENO, CANDY, You Mean I Don’t Have to Believe in it? 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

ENRICHING THE MASSES : CALDWELL, DON, Enriching the Masses, 3pp from FREEDOM MAGAZINE, in PP 1430/31: 233.

ENTERPRISE & BUSINESSMEN, See: Editorial, UPDATE, The Need for Entrepreneurs. Principles and Strategy, 1p, in PP 278. (Instance: After 21 years I am still almost the only libertarian and anarchist who uses microfilm extensively – although this opportunity is open to almost anyone. Where are the enterprising and pioneering libertarians and anarchists? Are “freedom fighters” so mercenary that they will not fight for freedom unless it is immediately and financially profitable to them? Almost anyone can afford microfiche as a weapon for enlightenment and a few hundred freedom lovers could provide a comprehensive libertarian library and information service in this format – while tenthousands of freedom lovers have so far failed to provide it with their computers. – J.Z.)

ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING COMPANY, World’s Best Selling Self-Help Books, listing, 12pp, 24x, in PP 347-348.

ENTERPRISE ZONE, See: BLUNDELL, JOHN, Enterprise Zone Solution, Flaws in the Theory, 1p, in PP 277/278: 198.

ENTERPRISE ZONES, See: BLUNDELL, JOHN, Enterprise Zone Solution, Flaws in the theory, 1p, in PP 278.

ENTERPRISE, Perspectives on the Philosophy of Business, Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, V/4, Winter 82, 8pp, only sample on hand, in PP 1165.

ENTITLEMENT: KELLEY, DAVID, The Spirit of Entitlement, 3pp extract from the draft of a book on welfare “rights”, in PP 1336/39: 389.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & COMPETITION, PP 711, 771, 995, 1007. I would like to see a libertarian enterprise for every libertarian thesis on enterprise. But mostly the writers were not even enterprising enough to get their theses microfilmed on their own account or free of charge e.g. through me. And the libertarian THINK TANKS and their federation have, to my knowledge, not even managed to produced, between them, a combined literature list of what they have to offer. Are they really free marketeers or dominated still by monopolistic thinking regarding their own output? – J.Z.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP, See: RYDENFELT, SVEN, The Ecology of Entrepreneurship, 4pp: 615, in PP 1529-33.

ENVIRONMENT & ANARCHISM, PP 283 – 285.ENVIRONMENT & CAPITALISM, See: DOLAN, EDWIN G., Dr., Capitalism & the Environment, 3pp: 389, in PP 1457/62.

ENVIRONMENT CENTRE, Perth, W.A., 2p flyer, in PP 1357: 121. – When will most environmentalists begin to systematically study freedom as an environmental requirement for human beings? – Most seem to still misunderstand it as licence. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

ENVIRONMENT, PP 1112, 1139.

ENVIRONMENT, See: AUREOUS, SKYE D’, How the Government Protects the Environment, 2pp: 688, in PP 1457/62. – See: ECOLOGY; CONSERVATION.

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

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

ENVIRONMENT, See: BLOCK, WALTER, The handicapped and the environment, 2pp: 119, in PP 1515.


ENVIRONMENT, See: JOHNSON, M. BRUCE, The Housing Crisis: How to Help the Rich and Harm the Poor through Environmental Regulation, 1p: 16, in PP 1469.

ENVIRONMENT, See: MILLER, VINCE, Environment & the Myth of State “Protection”, 1p, in PP 279.

ENVIRONMENT, See: RHODES, MICHAEL, Crisis in the Environment, part 3, 1p: 99, in PP 1469.

ENVIRONMENT, See: SILVER, STEVE, A Cleaner Environment sans the Coercion, 1p, in PP 1270.

ENVIRONMENT, See: SMITHSON, CHARLES, Who’s Killing the Chesapeake Bay? 2pp: 73, in PP 1469.

ENVIRONMENT, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Using Economic Means for Environmental Ends, 2pp: 94, in PP 1515. See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The FEAR Office, 1p: 27, on the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, in PP 1515.

ENVIRONMENT: LENNOX, JAMES G., Liberty and the Human Environment, 4pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 448.ENVIRONMENT: MILLER, VINCE, Environment & the Myth of State “Protection”, 1p, in PP 279: 16.

ENVIRONMENTAL NOTES, 1p, n.d., no author, a Georgist leaflet, in PP 1100.

ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTRE, New Zealand, Enquiry on barter systems, 1982, with some notes by John Zube, 3pp, 29x, in PP 423, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.


ENVIRONMENTALISM AS RELIGION, 1033, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 73).

ENVIRONMENTALISM, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Free Market Environmentalists, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.

ENVIRONMENTALISM, See: CENTER FOR POLITICAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES, Environmentalism – Free Market Style, 1p, in PP 277/278: 134.

ENVIRONMENTALISM, See: 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.

ENVIRONMENTALISM, See: DOYLE, T., Dr., Dissent and the Environment: A Defence of Critique within Social Movements, 23pp: 742, in PP 1484/85.ENVY & LEGISLATION, PP 962ENVY, PP 1007 (Schoeck). See: Profit, Property Rights, Socialism.

ENVY, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Envy, 5pp: 140, in PP 1529-33.

ENVY, See: DASKAL, STEVEN E., Greed, Envy and Justice, 5pp: 585, in PP 1529-33.

EPIKTET, 3 S., Auszuege, Lebenskunst, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 98.EPISTEMOLOGY & FREEDOM, PP 176/77. Compare SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY.

EPSTEIN, RICHARD A., Takings, 2pp review only, by ROY A. CHILDS, in PP 1430/31: 136.

EPTON, TERRY, Groping for Anarchy, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

EQUAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES AND ANTI-MONOPOLISTS OF N.Y., Declaration of Rights, 8 points, 1836, 48x, in PP 589/590.

EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT: GOLDSMITH, ABBY. Libertarians, Sexism and the E.R.A., 2p, in PP 1404/06: 43.

EQUAL RIGHTS, Spring 1979, sample issue of this Georgist magazine, 29x, in PP 632.

EQUAL RIGHTS: 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, which does not produce equality. – Nor would I trust even a local government with taxation, far less a state, federal or world government that I had not first and freely and quite individually chosen for myself – if I could think of nothing better to do with my money than to pay it to such an organization. – J.Z.


EQUALITY, A Libertarian Review, Evansville, from the Kropotkin Society, I/12, 2pp, in PP 1270.

EQUALITY, PP 242, 418/19 (pp 128 & 137 & 156), 396/97 & 711, 1012/13, 1043, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 63, Philosophical Notes 23), 1074.

EQUALITY, See: LIPTON, DEAN, A Tale of Two Words, 4pp: 80, in PP 1529- 33. – On “rights” and “equality”.

EQUALITY, See: WILLIAMS, JOHN K., Equality, Justice & Liberty, 11pp: 510, in PP 1529- 33.

EQUALITY: BODDIE, DICK, Give me Liberty – not Equality, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 440.



EQUITARIAN ASSOCIATES, Conference leaflet, 1973, 1p: 40, in PP 1498.

EQUITY PUBLISHING COMPANY, Oakland, California, n.d., How to Escape the Coin Monopoly, no author given, 10pp, written by Ingalls? Westrup? Yarros? or?, in PP 496.


ERC WORLD MARKET PERSPECTIVE, Vol. VIII, No. 10, Oct. 15, 1975, 10pp, sample, 29x, in PP 859. ERC has much to offer but seems rather fanatical about copyrights. Thus its information is accessible only to the well-heeled. I can understand that for the latest financial tips. But why also about their information on principles and systems? Can’t they recognize the self-advertisement value in making their general freedom information more accessible, i.e., not only to highly paying subscribers to their special market information? – J.Z.

ERDEVIG, ELEANOR H., Small States Teach Michigan A Big Banking Lesson, 1988, 3pp. (Deals only with some limited deregulation, not with Free Banking. J.Z.) Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

ERDOES, ERNST G., Ernst Bloch – Versuch einer Praesentation, 20S.: 49. Mit 4 S. Anmerkungen: 57, in PP 1523.

ERGO, Cambridge, Objective Reporting – Reasoned Opinion, weekly at M.I.T., all 15 samples on hand, 1970 – 1972, 108 pages, in PP 276: 1-108. Issues: III/10 & 21; IV/2, 5, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21-24, 28; V/2 & 4. – I wish freedom loving students would at least compile their best articles, letters, reviews etc. from their student papers and make them cheaply and permanently accessible on microfiche. – J.Z.

ERICKSON, Donald A., The New “Public” Schools, CIE, 1977, 11pp, with publications list of CIE (Center for Independent Education), 36x, in PP 714.

ERITREA, See: MAHAFFY, FRANCIS E., Eat, Drink, Talk, 7pp: 246, in PP 1529-33. – On Eritrea. Eritrean revolutionaries were said to have studied their revolutionary options. But did they come across libertarian revolutionary programs? – Most libertarians have still to develop, discuss or adopt one – and usually just can’t be bothered, although there are xyz “freedom” movements, in which people are prepared to lay down their lives, in armed struggles, for what they perceive to be “full liberty”. This readiness could and should be “exploited” by libertarians, who do take their own ideas serious. – J.Z., 22.11.98.

ERLER, EDWARD, Public Policy and the ‘New Equality’, THE POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEWER 8, Fall 78, 235-262, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p517, headed: Policy and the “New Equality”.

ERMACORA, HUGH R. & MUERLING, STEFAN, WA Union Perspectives on Worker Participation, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

ERNSBERGER, DON C., Saving our Cities, SIL position paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 300.

ERNSBERGER, DON, A Libertarian Educator Looks at American Schooling, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 443.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Business Ethics and the Amorality of Law, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Capitalism & Imperialism, 1p, incomplete, in PP 1409/10: 71.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Crisis in the Cities, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 396.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Death… Taxes… and the Draft, 1p, in PP 478, also, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p253.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Gorbachev Reforms, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p296&303.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Historical and Ideological Aspects of the Military – Industrial Complex, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 89.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Limited Government – Anarchy: A Synthesis, 4pp, in PP 1409/10: 172. – On Rand, Child, competing government.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Perestroika… here… now, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p416.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Perpetual Welfare State, I, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p400.

ERNSBERGER, DON, Politics and Social Change, 1p, in PP 1287/89p558.

ERNSBERGER, DON, South Africa… equality and/or liberty, 1p, in PP 1283- 1286p205.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Authoritarian Moralists, 1p, in PP 1283- 1286.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Court, 2p, in PP 1283-1286 p 203 & 318. See also p.182.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Free Land Facade, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 121.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Labor Theory of Value, 6pp, in PP 1445: 38.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Persian Gulf Mistake, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p320A.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Supreme Court… either way liberty loses, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p182.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The Tradition of Libertarianism, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 128.

ERNSBERGER, DON, The War on Drugs Is the War on Liberty, 1p, in PP 1283- 1286p148.

ERNSBERGER, DON, To Intervene… to Defend…, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p245.

ERNSBERGER, DON, War and the State, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 163.

ERNSBERGER, DON, YAF and the New Right, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 42.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C. & MANIS, ROD, Property in a Free Society, 2pp, 24x, in PP 14.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Price Regulation and its Cost, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Sexism and Individualism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., A Look at Wage and Price Controls, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Crisis in the Cities, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Freedom and Justice for the Middle East, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., No Compulsory Servitude, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Solving the Energy Crisis, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., The American Economic System, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., What About Rationing Energy? SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

ERNST, C.W., Practical Socialism in Germany, 20pp, from Tucker’s Radical Review, May 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.

ERNSTBRUNNER, ROLAND, Weltfriedensrat der Muetter, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 162. – Meine Mutter, typisch, empfahl “Herzdenken” ueber den Frieden, konnte aber keine konkreten Vorschlaege machen. In der Praxis half sie einigen Illegalen in der Nazizeit zu ueberleben. Dadurch haette sie selbst ins KZ kommen koennen. Aber humanitaere Handlungen, wie die z.B. des Roten Kreuzes, genuegen nicht um Kriege zu verhindern oder zu beenden. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

ERSKINE, Lord, Speech in behalf of Thomas Paine, Court of Kings’s Bench, Dec. 18, 1792, 76pp, in PP 1164. Also in 11pp in PP 1163.

ERVIN, LORENZO KOMBOA, A Draft Proposal for an Anarchist Black Cross, 15pp, in PP 474. – Some of those he wants to defend sound more criminal than anarchistic to me. – J.Z.

ERVIN, LORENZO KOMBOA, Anarchism and the Black Revolution, Pages From Prison, No. 4, published by The Horse and Goat People, n.d., 58pp, in PP 1,007. (Too communistic for my taste. J.Z.)

ESAG PAYMENT SYSTEM OF KURT ZUBE, reviewed, 810, 867. English version called: The New MS (Mutual Security-, Payment- & Credit System).

ESCUELA MODERNA, Nueva Serie, Publicacion Anarquista, Andorra (Teruel), Ano 1, Nu. 2, 38pp, in PP 500.

ESLINGER, TOM, Captive to THE PRISONER, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 361.

ESP POWERS, Was Robert Heinlein Right in Stating that Mark Twain Knew how to Develop PSI or ESP Powers and Did Twain Put this Method on Record? When & Where? PP 1113.

ESPERANTO LEAFLET, Super Ni la Stato – en ni gia semitano? 4pp leaflet with some basic political terms: 140, in PP 1503.


ESPERANTO, 5 Flugblaetter, 36x in PP 736.


ESPERANTO: Hat Esperanto eine Zukunft? Eine philosophische Betrachtung, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p176, aus: Akadem. Rundschau, 1946, 2. Jg., Nr. 1.

ESPERO, Forum fuer libertaere Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsordnung. Flugblaetter, 9 S.: 199-205; Neue ESPERO SONDERHEFTE, 2 S.; TIMM, UWE, Antifaschismus in Zwielicht, 2 S.; Warum noch alternative Blaetter? 1 S.; Manifest der Freiheit und des Friedens, 1 S.; Anzeigen fuer 2 Buecher from OPPO Verlag, 1S., DEGEN, H.J., (Hrsg.), Voraussetzungen des Anarchismus, 116 S.& KLEMM, ULRICH, Prinzip der Freiheit, 63 S. all in PP 1512.

ESPERO, Rundbrief der Mackay-Gesellschaft, Nr. 0, 1-10, Maerz 1994 – Juli 1997, 256 S., 1-128, in PP 1456. – Das deutsche Sprachgebiet umfasst zu wenige Freiheitschriften und freiheitliche Ideen. Darum ist auch dort der Einfluss von z.B. Stirner, Gesell und Marx und der von Zinsgegnern immer noch viel zu gross. “Im engen Kreis verengert sich der Sinn”. Der Englische Sprachbereich ist etwas reicher an positiven Schriften und Ideen. Aber nirgendwo sind die Freiheitsbeitraege aus allen Sprachen ausreichend bekannt. Sie sind entweder noch nicht uebersetzt oder noch nicht bestaendig und in erschwinglichen alternativen Medien im Druck gehalten. Auch ESPERO hat die hier gegebenen Moeglichkeiten noch nicht genuegend erkannt, bekannt gemacht und selbst genutzt. Schon 1992 kam meine deutsche Literaturliste auf 34 Seiten. Meine Gesamtliste kommt jetzt auf ueber 850 S. und enthaelt neben hauptsaechlich englischen auch franzoesische, spanische, italienische Titel. Diejenigen, die alle ihre Literaturhoffnungen und Erwartungen an Druck und Internet knuepfen haben eine lange Wartezeit vor sich. Sie werden meist sterben bevor sie durch diese Medien die meiste Freiheitsliteratur kennenlernen koennen. Durch dieses Mitteilungsblatt und ueber 3 Jahre wurden 256 S. angeboten. In meinem Beispiel, das leider noch nicht Schule gemacht hat, kann ich auf ca. 70 Mikrofiche jaehrlich ca. 25,000 Seiten anbieten, obwohl meine Mittel zur Unterstuetzung dieser Publikationen sehr beschraenkt sind. Aber meine Mikrofilm Vervielfaeltigungskosten kommen manchmal bis auf 0.03 CENTS pro Seite herunter. Bei solchen Preisen kann man sich schon viele Seiten leisten, auch wenn man arm ist. Um zwei Buchtitel von insgesamt 504 kleinen Seiten, auf einer Mikrofiche, meiner Sammlung zuzufuegen, mit der ersten “Auflage” von nur 100 Duplikaten, jederzeit auf Bedarf ergaenzt, kosted mich nur A $ 38. Wenn benoetigt, dann kostet mich eine weitere “Auflage” von 100 Exemplaren sogar noch weniger, naemlich: A$ 28. – Wer kann sich solche Selbstveroeffentlichungen nicht leisten? – Warum wird diese Moeglichkeit in der anarchistischen und libertaeren Presse nicht ausreichend diskutiert? Warum wird sie auch auf dem Internet, dem Radio und TV und in Zeitungen und Zeitschriften meist verschwiegen, die Alternative Presse eingeschlossen? – PIOT, J.Z., 1.12.97.

ESPIONAGE, PP 1, 2, 1018.

ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, FEE, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Essays on Liberty, Review, 4pp, on FEE’s Essays on Liberty, vol. I, 1952, in PP 1529-33: 462.

ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, FEE, Vols. I-XII, Index only, compiled by Bettina Bien, (later Bettina Bien Greaves) 1965, 46pp, in PP 1,036. (I would like to see and film an updated index, covering all the issues of THE FREEMAN before and after these essay collections. J.Z.)

ESSER, FRED R., Sybil Liberty Interviews General David Jones, 4pp: 155, in PP 1506/07.

ESSER, FRED R., Sybil Liberty interviews Toby Moffet, 3pp, on new energy legislation: 136, in PP 1506/07.

ESTERHUYSE, WILLIE, Prof., Inkatha, 1985, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 116.

ESTEY, J.A., Revolutionary Syndicalism, An Exposition and a Criticism, with an introduction by L. Lovell Price, 1913, indexed, 212pp, in PP 1143.

ESTONIA, See: MALTSEV, YURIN, Estonia, the World’s Greatest Government, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 211. – With still almost 12% p.a. inflation & how much unemployment? – J.Z.


ETCHISON, Michael, The Sky Is Falling, 1971, 4pp, 29x, in PP 731. (For free banking.)



ETHICAL INVESTMENTS, See the several pamphlets by organizers in PP 1483.







ETHICS, DATA OF, Spencer’s, PP 241.



ETHICS, PP 373-375 (BALL), 386, 398, 630, 683/85, 902, 1064.

ETHICS, See: EVERS, WILLIAMSON M., Kropotkin’s Ethics and the Public Good, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 139.

ETHICS, See: HALLIDAY, ROY, Blockian Ethics, 1p, in PP 1312/1314:59. – BLOCK, WALTER, Blockian Ethics – A Reply, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 59. – ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Editor Comments, 1/2p, on Blockian Ethics, in PP 1312/1314: 60.

ETHICS, See: NELSON, LEONARD, Ethische Methodenlehre, Leipzig, 1915, hier nur in Auszuegen aus K.H. Zube’s Papieren. 13 S.: 103, in PP 1503.

ETHICS: MAYER, RICHARD R., Ethics and Bottle Deposits, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 248. From THE FREEMAN, Feb. 88.

ETHICS: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Ethics and Unknown Costs, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 100.

ETHICS: KATZ, HOWARD, Ethical Questions and the LP, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 161. – Reply by ART O’SULLIVAN: More on Ethical Questions & the LP, 1p: 174. See also: 188 & 199.

ETHICS: KATZ, HOWARD, LP: Ethics of Political Lying, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 199.

ETHICS: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Ethics of Freedom, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 317.

ETHICS: VEATCH, HENRY B., Rational Man: A Modern Interpretation of Aristotelean Ethics, 1p review by George H. SMITH, in PP 1367/68: 42.

ETIEVANT, GEORGE, Reward and Punishment, 9pp, 24x, in PP 538.

ETTIGHOFFER, P.C., Eine Armee Meutert. Frankreich’s Schicksalsstunde, 1917 (18. 4. 17 – 13. 6. 17.), from the 1937 edition, 300pp, in PP 1116, with some of the few other references that I could find. On one of the largest ever military rebellions. Have peace lovers ever inspired and guided a larger one? The facts should be considered, to avoid the mistakes of such soldiers in the future. E.g., no mass fraternization was attempted. No rightful peace aims were proclaimed, no tyrannicide attempted. Most disarmed themselves! And they got roaringly drunk, so that they could not defend themselves and were easily rounded up by the military police! – J.Z.

ETTINGER, R.C.W., Liquid Nitrogen Storage – A Reply, 1p:391, in PP 1293/95.

EUROPAEISCHER BEOBACHTER, Wochenzeitung fuer Weltbuerger, published by Kurt Zube, Gmunden, 1946/47, Nos. 1-22, all issues, 228 S., in PP 1290/91. One of the few cases of an individualist anarchist publishing a weekly newspaper, for a while. Also an example demonstrating that any “quite open mind” will have a lot of garbage thrown in. Perhaps, for a popular paper this is unavoidable. In a microfiched journal one can be both less and more discriminating in the selection of material. Then and financially both would not matter much. It has been said that 99% of the news never reach the newspapers and that newspapers themselves discard all but 1% of the 1% of news which they do receive. If this is true, then it is interesting to find out whether an individualist anarchist as a publisher and chief editor would make much of a difference. You judge for yourself. As for me, and at least in the case of my father, it did not. Naturally, he tried to offer mass appeal. He wanted to sell his kind of enlightenment efforts while making a profit from it, too. This required compromises. Too many, in my opinion. His personal prejudices did not help, either, although some of them were and are rather popular, like e.g. the belief in “overpopulation”. The whole set contains nothing on monetary freedom, and only two articles relating to panarchism, although my father knew Ulrich von Beckerath for a long time. But at least some articles will be of historical interest. I find it interesting that it served, to some extent, as the first publication for his “Ideas Archive”, which contained, alas, all too few worthwhile ideas, as far as it got and he was able to published them. However, the main idea: the IDEAS ARCHIVE, and its full realization, is important. Compare PP 183 on its introduction and PP 20/21 on its version of it. LMP also tries to act as an ideas archive. But LMP does not select out short descriptions of freedom ideas but, rather, publishes full magazine, newsletter, leaflet and pamphlet sets, as far as it can get them, and full textbooks etc., leaving any selection and abstraction to later efforts, while pointing out that microfiche are ONE medium in which an Ideas Archive could be easily and cheaply realized – if only enough people realize this possibility. To that extent LMP is a pilot scheme for an idea to serve at least all freedom, peace and justice, progress and prosperity ideas which do deserve such labels. – PIOT, John Zube, Dec. 8, 1995.

EUROPE, See: TAME, CHRIS R., The Euro-Sceptical Directory, 125pp, here only 1p leaflet: 25, in PP 1516.

EUROPE, See: WATKINS, BRIAN, A British View of Europe 1992, 9pp: 44, in PP 1515.

EUROPEAN GUIDE TO GOLD, 1985, 59pp, 29x, in PP 738.EUROPEAN UNION, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, Why Alastair James Is Wrong to Like the European Union, 4pp, POLITICAL NOTES No. 143: 89, in PP 1516. – There is nothing wrong with European Unions, of various kinds, if only they are only embracing those who individually volunteer for them and if they all confine themselves to exterritorial autonomy only, which would leave all others to the governments and non-governmental societies of their own dreams. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.11.98.

EUROPEAN UNION, See: JAMES, ALISTAIR, What I Like about the European Union, POLITICAL NOTES No. 142, 4pp: 95, in PP 1487. EUROPEAN UNION, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why the Conservative Party Must Oppose Tax – And – Spend and the European Union – or Die, POLITICAL NOTES No. 140, 2pp: 91, in PP 1487. – I would like it only if I could freely SECEDE from it and its imposed paper money. Nor do I believe that e.g. fully free trade, free migration and free investments in Europe would require any organization or help or protection by any European State or Union. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

EUTHANASIA AND PALLIATIVE CARE, Editorial from ANARCHIST AGE WEEKLY REVIEW, No. 151, 29th of May – 4th of June 95, 1p, in PP 1266. – One of its few editorials that I fully agree with because it deals with voluntarism rather than the doctrines of that particular school of anarchists. – J.Z.

EUTHANASIA, See: BRAMHALL, JOHN, Mercy Killing, 2pp short story, in PP 1315. – We ought to know much more about the brain before we can definitely state that a patient is not only comatose but brain-dead. – However, I favour following his previously declared “living will” for such cases. Alternatively, if they can afford that, and once it becomes quite practicable, one might freeze them towards a future healing option. – J.Z.

EUTHANASIA, See: TASSANO, FABIAN, Life, Death & Autonomy: Why Euthanasia Should not Be Controlled by the Doctors, 93, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 87. – It is a question of basic rights, not of medicine. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

EUTHANASIA, VOLUNTARY, 2 letters of 96, in PP 1349: 120. – May be the Taxation Office wants to prevent this ultimate escape options for its victims? – J.Z.

EUTHANASIA, VOLUNTARY, PP 199, 1142, 1266. Compare Cryonics.

EVANS, CHRISTOPHER, Cults of Unreason, 1p review by POUL ANDERSON, in PP 1367/68: 105.

EVANS, JAMES R., America’s Choice: Twilight’s Last Gleaming or Dawn’s Early Light? Fisher Institute, 142pp, 1p review only, by EDMUND A. OPITZ: 313, in PP 1529-33.

EVANS, JUDITH, Attitudes to Women in American Political Science, GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION 15, no. 1, Winter 80, 101-114, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p909, headed: Antifeminism in Political Science.

EVANS, LINCOLN, Sir, Responsible Trade Unionism? 8pp, 68, in PP 1450.

EVANS, N.R., Ideologies of Anti-technology, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p384.

EVANS, TIM & CLARKE, ANTOINE, A Conservative Manifesto for Scotland, 1989, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 42, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

EVANS, TIM, Dr., Young Tories, new Labour, 1p, n.d.: 29, in PP 1516.

EVANS, TIM, Pop Music and Politics, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.EVANS, TIM, Radical Politics & the Constraints of the Parliamentary System,, 1990, 4pp, LA Sociological Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.EVANS, TIM, Socialism without the State: The Re-emergence of Collective Self-help, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 135.

EVANS, TIM, Sociology, Crises, Contradictions & Capitalism: A Libertarian Critique, 1990, 4pp, LA Sociological Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

EVATT, H.V., A “Fair Rent” Experiment in New South Wales, 1980, CIS, 12pp, 29x, in PP 397.

EVENING TELEGRAM, THE, Toronto, Stalin Was Real Judas in Spain, Speaker Says. Spaniards defeated but not conquered, asserts Miss Emma Goldman – Speaks here. – 4/28/39, 1p, in PP 1359: 15.

EVERETT, MARTYN, PC: What Is it and how to Fight it, 3pp, on political correctness, in PP 471/472p64.

EVERETT, PETER C., Steven Fowkes & John Hammell, Response to Attack on Linus Pauling, 6pp:443, in PP 1293/95.

EVERHART, ROBERT B., From Universalism to Usurpation: An Essay on the Antecedents to Compulsory School Attendance Legislation, REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, USA, 47, 1977, 499-530, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p123. Headed: Compulsory Schooling.

EVERINGHAM, D., Dr., Comment on the Australian Labour Party’s Land Policy, 1p, 24x, in PP 5.

EVERITT, ALASTAIR, of HARVESTER MICROFORM, 1979, 1p, on LMP & Meulen’s THE INDIVIDUALIST, page 529, in PP 907-910.

EVERS, BILL & OLMSTED, SCOTT, SLS Student Board in Disarray, 1971, 1p, in PP 1297.

EVERS, BILL, Anti-Imperialism, 1p, in PP 1425: 18.

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.

EVERS, BILL, David Bergland: The Correct Choice, 1p, in PP 1297.

EVERS, BILL, Libertarianism in Poland, 1p, & U.S. rep. addr., in PP 1382/85: 330.

EVERS, BILL, Maddox Attacks Revisionism, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 11.

EVERS, WILLIAM M. & ROTHBARD, MURRAY N. vs. BOOKCHIN, 1p letter: in PP 275: 66.

EVERS, WILLIAM M. & ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Vs. Bookshin, 1p letter, in PP 275.

EVERS, WILLIAMSON M., Kropotkin’s Ethics and the Public Good, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 139.

EVERS, WILLIAMSON M., Towards a Reformulation of the Law of Contracts, THE JOURNAL OF LIBERTARIAN STUDIES, 1, 1977, 3-13, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p96. Headed: Rights and Contract.

EVERSON, JOHN K., The Freedom Scene, 2pp, listing publications and associations, by name only: 13. 2pp: 49. 2pp: 75. 2pp: 104, in PP 1457/62.

EVERS-ROTHBARD PLANK & THE GROSSBERG PLANK, Children’s Rights, in PP 1373/75: 47.

EVI NEWSLETTER, Farmington, Mich., Education Voucher Institute, I/1= Oct. 81; II/1=March 82 – II/3 = Aug. 82, 16pp, in PP 1287/89p565.



EVOLUTION, Prof. Tait on the Formula of, PP 200.


EVOY, BRUCE, Call to Cultural Arms, 2pp, in PP 1445: 104. – It’s a bit expensive to do that via mass media or self-publishing in print on paper. When will freedom lovers finally make sufficient use of their affordable alternative media options? – J.Z.

EVOY, BRUCE, Canada’s “Common Sense Revolution”, 1p, in PP 1287/89p460.

EVOY, BRUCE, Prescon ’83. The Other Convention, 3pp, in PP 1445: 99.

EVOY, BRUCE, Review of POLOVCHAK, WALTER & CLOSE, KEVIN, 245pp, Random House, N.Y., 1988, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 247. – On a 12 year old defector.

EVOY, BRUCE, Review of: Nathaniel Branden, Judgment Day: My Years with Ayn Rand, 3pp in ASSOCIATION BULLETIN, July-Aug. 89, in PP 1215.

EVOY, BRUCE, Review of: Nathaniel Branden: Judgment Day, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p39.

EVOY, BRUCE, Unparty Surfaces in Canada, on Canadian LP, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

EVOY, MARCHALL BRUCE & VIRENBAUM, SAMUEL, M.D., The Failure of Socialized Medicine in Canada, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

EVOY, MARSHALL BRUCE, Education Is Not a Free Birth Right! 5pp, to be continued, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

EVOY, MARSHALL BRUCE, How the American Revolution Influenced Canada, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

EVOY, MARSHALL BRUCE, The United Nations: Forum for Murderers, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

EWBANK, JOHN R. to TIDEMAN, NICOLAUS, Aug. 15, 4pp, under letter head Globe-Lib, on monetary freedom, in PP 25.

EWBANK, JOHN R., A Quaker Manifesto, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1127.

EWBANK, JOHN R., Decentralism through World Government, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1582.

EWBANK, JOHN R., of GLOBE-LIB to TIDEMAN, NICOLAUS, Dr., Aug. 15, 89, 4pp, on monetary freedom, in PP 25.

EWERT, KEN, Review of: BANDOW, DOUG, & VASQUEZ, IAN, editors, “Perpetuating Poverty: The World Bank, the IMF, and the Developing World”, Cato Institute, 1994, 362pp, $ 15.95. The 2pp review, in PP 1519, is from THE FREEMAN, April 1995. – I hold that the world, even the supposedly already developed one, needs monetary and financial freedom much more than the World Bank and the IMF, both governmentalist non-solutions. – J.Z., 11.11.98.

EWING, DAVID W., Winning Freedom on the Job, CIVIL LIBERTIES REVIEW 4, July/Aug. 77, 8-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p494, headed: Job Autonomy vs. Contract. Typically, this civil liberties writer, according to the summary, misses altogether the extensive self-management and productive cooperatives discussion. – J.Z.



EXANIMO PRESS, 1p. booklist, 48x, in PP 739. (It has put out the first 10 of a planned 500 microfiche – on survival and self-help topics. But the printing quality of the material first filmed left much to be desired and thus the first 10 fiche were not any more legible, either. I have not heard of a continuance of this effort, for years! J.Z.) – See under MUELLER, KARL von.


Excerpt from and address, U.S. District Court, 1917, 2pp: 154, in PP 1480.

EXCHANGE RATES, CONTROLLED & FIXED, PP 793. See writings by Henry Meulen and C.C. Ellis, critical of fixed rates.



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

EXISTENTIALISM & ANARCHISM, See: MOREITZ, MICHAEL, Ueberlegungen zum Verhaeltnis von Existentialismus und Anarchismus, 14 S., in PP 1326.

EXISTENTIALISM : WANDLUNG DER EXISTENZPHILOSOPHIE? 1 S., ueber Heidegger, Jaspers & Satre, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 256. – Many “philosophies” belong in the Garbage bin – after sufficient refutations. – J.Z.

EXISTENTIALISM VS. CHRISTIANITY: DUNN, DENNIS, A Conflict of Ideas, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 396. – Existentialism vs. Christianity. – Not much of a choice! – J.Z.

EXISTENTIALISM: GRENE, MARJORIE, Total Freedom, 2pp, 1966, from: Introduction to Existentialism, in PP 1420/22. – Whatever I read or heard of it so far hasn’t offered me anything of interest as yet. – J.Z., 10.10.97.


EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM, ON THE RIGHTFUL ALTERNATIVE TO “Governments Should Be Free to Experiments”, PP 1, 2.

EXPERTS, See: KENT, JOHN L., Should You Believe the Experts? 6pp: 278, in PP 1506/07.

EXPLOITATION : SHEA, JOHN SCOTT, Exploitation, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 149.

EXPLOITATION THEORY: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Exploding Exploitation, Review of: BOEHM-BAWERK, EUGEN von, The Exploitation Theory, 7pp, in PP 1376: 306. – Was it ever a theory or only a hypothesis? – J.Z.

EXPLOITATION, PP 290, 420, 864, 962, 1000, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 15). – See Monopolies, Taxation, Marx, Socialism, Communism, Egalitarianism, Property.

EXPLOITATION: MANIS, ROD, The Factory Exploitation Myth, 3pp: 250, in PP 1457/62.


EXPRESS-AUSGABE DES IDEEN-ARCHIVS, 1948, 4 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 261. Geheimnis um ITG gelueftet! Neue Grossmacht greift ein. Wer sich was traut – her zu uns! ITG ueberwindet Kaeuferstreik u. Geldmangel. Wir krempeln die Welt um! – Seine uebertriebene Ausdrucksweise hatte K.Z. nie ueberwunden. – J.Z.

EXTERNALITIES IN AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, A Dissertation, by CORDATO, ROY E., George Mason University, Washington, 1986, 180pp, in PP 958.



EXTERRITORIALITY, China, PP 673/74, 715, 790.


EXTRAPOST, I/1, 1949, 8 Seiten, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 265. Eine Einfuehrungszeitschrift fur das Ideen-Archiv und eine Sonderausgabe der FREIEN TRIBUENE.


EXTREMISM, GENESIS OF, PP 310. Only exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer communities can ultimately disarm the threats from extremists – by letting them freely do their own things to themselves. Subjecting them to Police Statism or Majority Rule blocks the natural safety valves of freedom of action and experimentation. See Minority Autonomy, On Panarchy, Terrorism, Nuclear War Threat. – J.Z.

EYGES, TOM, Some Reminiscences of Rudolf Rocker, 2pp, in PP 1401.