F.B.I., See: BENNETT, CLIFTON, The F.B.I., in PP 1218

FAA PRINCIPLES, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p274.

FABBRI, LUIGI, Anarchist Organization & Individual Freedom, 2p: 37, in PP 1488.

FABBRI, LUIGI, Bourgeois Influences on Anarchism, translated by CHAZ BUFE, Acrata Press, San Francisco, 1987, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 1p, 29x, in PP 921.

FABBRI, LUIGI, Qu’Est-Ce Que L’Anarchie? 9pp, n.d.: 76, in PP 1489.

FABER, MARC, The Economic Rise of Guangdong Province – A Capitalist Rhapsody, 4pp: 51, in PP 1515.

FABIAN SOCIALISM, PP 340, 923, 980.FABIAN SOCIALIST SERIES, No. 3: SOCIALISM AND INDIVIDUALISM, 1909, 102pp, with contributions by Sidney Webb, Bernard Shaw, Sidney Ball & Sir Oliver Lodge, all separately listed, 36x, in PP 340.

FABIANISM, See: MALLOCK, W.H., Fabian Economics: I. What does Socialism mean? 232; II. Socialism as presented to us by its Intellectual Leaders: 235; III. Socialism, a distinctive Analysis of the Present, & an Historic Theory of the Past: 244; IV. The Fundamental Error in the Socialistic Analysis: 245, in PP 1499.

FABRI, LUIGI, Bourgeois Influences on Anarchism, written, probably, before WW I. Translated by Chaz Bufe, 1987, 35pp, in PP 1210.

FABRIK FUER HANDWERK, KULTUR & OEKOLOGIE, 1984, Freiburg, 8 S. Flugblatt, in PP 1413/14: 282.

FABRIK, Freiburg, Ein Leitfaden zum Fabrik-Kauf, 9 S., 1986?, in PP 1417: 40.

FABRIS, MARIA PIA PEDANI, La Dimora Della Pace. Considerazioni Sulle Capitolazioni Tra I Paesi Islamici E L’Europe, Venezia, Cafoscarina, 1996. – Here only an abstract from the IN, 1p, in English, about the capitulations between Islamic countries and Europe, in PP 1539: 94.

FABRIZIO, Clemens, Notgeld-Wanderausstellung, pamphlet, in PP 756.

FACEY, EDWARD C., Freedom and Human Rights, 6pp, in PP 1132.

FACEY, EDWARD C., Zoning Laws, 7pp: 278, in PP 1529-33.

FACSHEET FIVE, 8pp introduction, 29x, in PP 902.FACTIONISM, PP 1133.FACTIONS: HESS, KARL, Factions: Something for Everyone, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 245.

FACTORY SYSTEM: MANIS, ROD, The Factory Exploitation Myth, 3pp: 250, in PP 1457/62.

FACTOTUM BULLETIN, No. 1, June 20, 68, Freedom in Action Office, San Antonio, 2pp. A short survey, in PP 1401: 1.

FACTS OF THE CASE, THE, for Speakers, Writers and Thinkers, compiled for the Economic Study Club by the Editor of “Industrial Peace”, London, 1921, 29x, in PP 598. (Refutations of common errors and prejudices.)

FACTS, – Faith – Action, 1p leaflet on their materials for sale, in PP 898.

FACTS, Institute of Public Affairs, Melbourne, Vic., 37/1 & 2, July – December 1988, eds.: Rod Kemp and Peter Rowe, 24pp, of interest to free marketeers. In PP 1,018.

FACTS, Vol. 40, No. 1, September 1991, Institute of Public Affairs, Melbourne, Vic., ed. John Hicks, 8pp, in PP 1,014.

FACTSHEET FIVE, No. 20, Nov. 86, 64pp, 29x, in PP 676. A Directory. See also PP 1158 & GUNDERLOY, MICHAEL.

FAEHNRICH, WALTER, Anarchismus und Literatur. Ein vergessenes Kapitel deutscher Literaturgeschichte zwischen 1890 und 1910. Metzler Studienausgabe IX, 261 S., kartoniert DM 48. Bitte um Rezension vom Verlag, 1987, 1 S., in PP 1323: 24, aus K.Z.’s Papieren.

FAERBER, HEINRICH, Irrlehre von Silvio Gesell, Die, undatiert, 31 S., von einem “Ergokraten” geschrieben, in PP 804.

FAGER, CHUCK, Constants: A Solution to Inflation? 1974, 4pp, 24x, in PP 56.

FAGER, CHUCK, Ralph Borsodi: the flawed prophet of decentralization, 77, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 228. – With a 1/2p defence by Jubal, 24x in PP 56.

FAHEY, JOHN, Hon., MP, Election circular, 96, with some notes by J.Z., 1p, in PP 1398: 120.

FAIR PLAY AMONG ANIMALS, See: 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.

FAIR SHARE, See: FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., Our Fair Share, 9pp: 525, in PP 1529- 33.

FAIRCHILD, FRED ROGERS, Profits and the Ability to Pay Wages, 3rd. printing, August 1946, 64pp, in Popular Essays on Current Problems, I/1, August, 1946, FEE, in PP 1145. – The first edition was the first book published by FEE.

FAIRCHILD, WALTER & BUTTENHEIM, HAROLD S., Taxation for Prosperity, 1935, broadcasted lecture, 6pp, in PP 1205.

FAIRCHILD, WALTER, HARRY C. MAGUIRE, CHARLES JOS. SMITH, A Legislative Framework for the Philosophy of Henry George, n.d., 12pp, proposed for N.Y., in PP 1205.

FAIRFIELD, CHARLES, State Socialism in the Antipodes, 56pp, 36x, in PP 202.

FAIRHALL, DAVID, Peace comes much cheaper than war, clipping from THE GUARDIAN, in SMH, 9.1.95, 2pp, in PP 497/498.

FAIRISH A., ALEJANDRO, Los Peligros de la Obediencia, 1p: 2, in PP 1494.

FAIRLESS, BENJAMIN F., Dedication to Success, 1p, in PP 1418: 7.

FAISAL, FARRIS FANNAR al, Max Stirner… Notiz ueber diese Grazer Dissertation, in PP 1329. – Ich biete dem 1. Anbeiter einer guten Kopie dieser Arbeit 20 LMP Mikrofiche nach seiner Wahl. J.Z., 7.6.96.

FAITH AND FREEDOM, April 1954, 38pp, in PP 1392: 117-135.

FAITH AND FREEDOM, May 1954, 24pp, in PP 1133. Seven of the articles of this single issue are interesting and separately listed. There are some good publications of Christian Libertarians around. This appears to be one of them. The FEE library may have a full set. I believe Mrs. Bettina Bien Greaves asked me whether I would be interested. I shied away from additional labours and photocopying costs, that, since I had already too many projects on hand and had spent already most of my hours, for several days, at FEE, merely in photocopying and may never get this chance again. You would have to be prepared to undertake its photocopying for microfilming yourself. I did not get the chance to browse through their many filing cabinets full of pamphlets, leaflets and periodicals, either. All such treasures could and should be micrographically shared. – J.Z.

FALCONI, OSCAR, The Case for Space Colonization – Now!! And Why It Should Be Our Generation’s No. 1 Priority, 1975, 1977, 1981, Research Publications, Sunnyvale, CA, 22pp, in PP 1079. – Let each choose his own priorities with his own dollars! But I complain, too, when most still prefer expensive paper editions over permanent and cheap microfiche ones. – J.Z., 10.6.98.

FALKE, KLAUS, Alternative Wirtschaftsringe, Der Allgemeine Absatzring, Darmstadt, 3 S.: 63, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.

FALKLAND ISLANDS WAR, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Oh, oh, oh, what a Lovely War! 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 183. (Falkland Islands) – ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Historical Claims to the Falklands, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 186. – Again the exterritorial or panarchistic alternative was not considered, although it would have saved face and served justice and interests of both sides. – Every “nation” is imperialistic towards “its” minorities. – J.Z. More on the Falklands, 1p: 191. Falkland Follow-up, 1/2p: 235.

FALLON, GEORGE, Single Tax Explained, 4pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265. Critical of it.

FAMILY & PROPERTY, PP 242, 1074.


FAMILY ALLOWANCES, PP 1147. See Education Loans, Personal Loans.


FAMILY, PP 173, LA Ec. Notes 43 in 1052-61, 1150.

FAMINE, PP 1028/29, 1034, see OVERPOPULATION?

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

FANTASY PEDLAR, Aquarian Culture, Lite Era Images and Po-Ums, 147pp, 1987, 36x, PP 670. – An attempt to record, promote and market the sketches of an artist via microfiche. The artist was considering having recorded, by herself, through an agency, another 10,000 sketches in this way. Alas, there is as yet no ready market for such art reproductions, either, although some of the largest art collections have been microfilmed. Colour fiche are a bit more expensive. All can be projected, enlarged. – J.Z.


FAQs: RELATED FAQs: alt. Politics, libertarian. A short list provided by Oxford University Libraries Automation Service World Wide Web Server, 17 entries, anarchist and libertarian, ½ p, in PP 1541/42.34

FAR EASTERN ECONOMIC REVIEW, Soak the Rich? 1p, in PP 1276.FARACI, MARCO, Are We Selfish? 1p, in PP 1535: 93.

FARBER, PHILIP H., THE DECLARATION OF INDIVIDUAL AUTONOMY, 1988, 3pp, 29x, in PP 928 & 1,051.FARM POLICIES/ PROGRAMMES, PP 602, 718, 865, 1139, 301, see Agriculture, Subsidies, Price Control, Price Supports, Protectionism, Quangos. See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY ON THE ISSUES, in PP 1270.

FARM POLICY, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Trouble with Farming, 8pp: 389, in PP 1529- 33.

FARM POLICY: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., USA Farm Policy … now what? 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 29.FARM PROGRAMS, See: PASOUR, E.C., Jr., Economic Reality and U.S. Government Farm Programs, 7pp: 606, in PP 1529-33.

FARM PROGRAMS: ROBERTS, LOIS, The Farm Problem: Part I, The Farmer on the Dole, 7pp; Part II, Controls, The Surplus Commodity, 11p, in PP 1376: 216 & 228.

FARNELL, R.S. & PORTER, J.M., John Adams and American Constitutionalism, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 21, 1976, 20-33, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p597, headed: Adams, Factions, and a Balanced Constitution.

FARNSLEY, ARTHUR E., How to Help the Poor. Not Welfare, 1p, in PP 279: 121.

FARNSLEY, ARTHUR E., How to Help the Poor. Not Welfare, 1p, in PP 279.

FARRANT, ANDREW, Adam Smith on Money, Banking & Macroeconomic Order, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 53.

FARRANT, ANDREW, The Socialist “Calculation” Debate: Lange vs. Mises & Hayek, 96, 4pp , in PP 1334/35: 21.

FARRER, WILLIAM, Anarchism, Is It Possible? London, 1937, 14pp, in PP 962.

FARROW, LYNNE, Feminism as Anarchism, 1974, 13pp: 150, in PP 1501.

FARSON, RICHARD, A Bill of Rights for Children, from “Birthright”, 1974, 10 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

FASCISM, PP 696, 729.

FASCISM, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Fascism, 3pp: 174, in PP 1529-33.

FASCISM, See: SUPRYNOWICZ, VIN, What’s in a Name? When you still “Own” your Business but the Government Runs it – that’s Fascism, 2pp: POLITICAL NOTES No. 149: 105, in PP 1516.

FAST FOOD, PP 696.FATHERLANDS, PP 349. – Nothing wrong with voluntary and merely exterritorialy autonomous ones! – J.Z.FAUCET, HENRY, Protection and Free Trade, 40pp, 29x, in PP 602.

FAUCHER, LEON, see REYBAUD, M. LOUIS, Economistes Modernes, – M. Richard Cobden, M. Frederic Bastiat, M. Michel Chevalier, M. John Stuart Mill, M. Leon Faucher & M. Pellegrino Rossi, Paris, 1862, 439pp, in PP 1096.

FAUNTLEROY, CEDRIC, Anarchists & Politics, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 189.

FAURE, SEBASTIAN, Die Anarchisten, Wer wir sind, Was wir wollen, Unsere Revolution, Berlin, 16 S., undatiert, in German, in PP 1,020.

FAURE, SEBASTIAN, Doce Pruebas de la Inexistencia de Dios, Ediciones F.A.M., 32pp, n.d., 29x, in PP 871.

FAURE, SEBASTIAN, La Dictature de la Bourgeoisie, 1920, 28pp: 116, in PP 1492. – If you think the “dictatorship” of the “bourgeoisie” is bad, then just wait until you have experienced the real dictatorshp of the “proletariat”, a single party, a single union for the whole world, or at least one or the other military regime. – J.Z.

FAURE, SEBASTIAN, Los Anarquistas, 24pp, n.d., C.N.T. ed.: 110, in PP 1492.

FAURE, SEBASTIEN, Does God Exist? 12 proofs of the inexistence of God as presented in a lecture. English version by Aurora Alleva and D.S. Menico, Kropotkin Library, Stelton, N.J., 40pp, n.d., in PP 1071.

FAURE, SEBASTIEN, La Vie et l’Oeuvre de Sebastien Faure, Paris, Bruxelles, Editions PENSEE ET ACTION, 1961, with bibliography, 110pp, by altogether 22 contributors, not separately listed here, in PP 1074.

FAURE, SEBASTIEN, L’Encyclopedie Anarchiste, leaflets & correspondence with KASARNOWSKI, LEO, 1926/27, 13 S., in PP 1329: 182.

FAURE, SEBASTIEN, Processo Alla Divinita (Les Crimes de Dieu), with introductions to Faure by Ugo Dedeli and to this Italian translation by Nadia Serano, 1956, 31pp, translated from an edition in LA BROCHURE MENSUELLE, Nov. 1924, in PP 1064.

FAUST, JOHANNA & BECKER, MADELEINE, In Defence of Surrogate Pregnancy, 1987, 9pp, LA Pamphlets No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – Should a woman be free to change her mind, especially in such a situation? In my preferred legal system no more than an option could be purchased or retained in such a case, with the full price due only if consent continues. And the economic emergency situation of surrogate mothers would have to be otherwise abolished, especially via monetary and financial freedom. Nor should the right of the adopted child, to learn the identity of his or her natural mother, be ignored, even if, after a fetus transplant, she is merely a womb – foster mother. – J.Z.

FAUST, Johanna, The Soul of Woman Under Socialism, LA Pamphlet No. 11, 1986, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

FAWCETT, GEORGE D., UFO Repetitions. A Challenge to Scientific Investigations, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1377.

FAY, BRIAN, How People Change Themselves: The Relationship between Critical Theory and its Audience, “Political Theory and its Audience”, in Political Theory and Praxis: New Perspectives, ed. by Terence Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977, 200-231, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p277, headed: Paradigms and Social Change.

FAY, C.R., Co-operation at Home & Abroad, 1936, vol. I, 6pp extract, in PP 846.

FAY, C.R., Copartnership in Industry, 1913, indexed, 145pp, in PP 850.

FAYEN, E.G. & LANCASTER, F.W., Information Retrieval On-Line, 1973, ch. 16 : Interfaces with Document Delivery Systems, 16pp on the computer & fiche marriage, in PP 907-910.

FDA, See: BLACK, ROBERT, FDA: Wrong Both Ways, 1p: 89, in PP 1498.

FDA: RUWART, MARY J., Dr., Death by Regulation. The Price we Pay for the FDA, 6pp, in PP 1445: 36.

FEATHER, N.T., Value Correlates of Conservatism, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 37, no. 9, 1979, 1617-1630, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1293, headed: How Conservatives Differ from Liberals.

FEDELI, UGO, Emile Armand il suo pensiero e la sua opera, 1956, 12pp, 29x, in PP 490.

FEDELI, UGO, Introduction 15pp, to ARMAND, EMILE, Iniziazione Individualista Anarchica, 1956, indexed, 581 pp, Italian translation of his 1923 French work: L’Initiation Individualiste Anarchiste, in PP 1067/68.

FEDER, DON, Neville Nixon Goes to Peking, 2pp; Storm Troopers of the New Right, 3pp; Welfare Is Theft, 3pp; Who Is John Galt? 3pp; Who Owns Your Life? 2pp, leaflets, 1972, of the New Right Coalition, Boston, in PP 1089.

FEDER, DON, Ten Tips on Writing Letters to the Editor, adapted, 1p, in PP 492.

FEDER, DON, Who Owns Your Life? 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 935.

FEDER, DONALD A, A fundamental means of self-defence, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 292.

FEDER, DONALD A., Gun Control, a Libertarian Party Position Paper, No. 7, 29x, in PP 613.

FEDER, DONALD, Review, 1p, of: Benjamin H. Levin, To Spit Against the Wind, Dell, p.b., 1971, in PP 276. A historical novel about Paine, which seems to be excellent.

FEDERACION ANARQUISTA IBERICA EN EL EXILIO, La Comision 1. DE Relationes: “El Anarquismo Iberico en el Congreso Anarquista Internacional de 1958”, 1958, 59pp, in PP 1254.




FEDERAL RESERVE BANK: HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, The Federal Reserve & the Mechanics of Inflation, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 115. – Without Legal Tender and its other legalized privileges the FED & other central bank systems would be harmless. But that aspect is rarely ever discussed. – J.Z.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK: JOHANNSEN, OSCAR B., Kill the Fed & Restore Gold! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1387.

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, PP 804, see Central Banking.


FEDERALISM OF PROUDHON, PP 319 (in French), 1157.

FEDERALISM, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Meaning of Federalism, 12pp: 349, in PP 1529-33.

FEDERALISM, See: ROCHE, GEORGE CHARLES, III, American Federalism: History, 12pp: 29, 13pp: 46, in PP 1529-33.

FEDERALISM, See: W., S., Autonomy and Federalism, 4pp: 133, in PP1515.

FEDERALISM, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Advantages of restructuring Confederation, 2pp: 122, in PP 1515.

FEDOSEYEV, ANATOLY, The Modern Genghis Khan, an Anti-Soviet Society Publication, 8pp, 29x, in PP 705.FEE & READ, LEONARD E., 2pp, in PP 274.FEE NOTES, See: NOTES FROM FEE & FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, READ, L.E.

FEE, ARTICLES AND LEAFLETS on consumer “protection” and regulationism, 26pp, in PP 998. See: leaflet on book offer, 1p, 29x, in PP 724. See: READ, LEONARD E., OPITZ, EDMUND, et al.

FEE, Clippings of Note, 1955, 25pp, with contributions by Herbert Hoover, Paul L. Poirot, John L. McCaffrey, Hughston M. McBain, Kenneth W. Sollitt, Dean Russell, in PP 957.


FEE, FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, 1997 FEE Book Catalogue, 32pp: 59- 90, Indexed on sheets 87-89. In PP 1522.

FEE, Foundation for Economic Education, The, Queensland, Australia, introductory leaflet, 1p, in PP 1214. See also: Viv Forbes and Ron Manners. FEE, In Memoriam Leonard E. Read, 1898-1983, 8pp, 29x, in PP 503.

FEE, Literature Catalog, 83/84, 16pp, in PP 503.

FEE, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, The Early History of FEE, 4pp: 524, in PP 1529-33.

FEELING vs. INTELLECT, 199.FEINBERG, JOEL, Civil Disobedience in the Modern World, HUMANITIES IN SOCIETY 2, Winter 79, 37-60, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1101, headed: Civil Disobedience & Legal Obligation.

FEKETE, ANTAL E., Fiscal Policy, AEF, The Ten Pillars of Sound Money and Credit, 4pp, in PP 988.

FEKETE, ANTAL E., Free Coinage, 1985, 4pp, in PP 969.

FEKETE, ANTAL E., Liquidity, American Economic Foundation, 1986, 4pp, with some notes by John Zube, in PP 984.

FELDMAN-SUMMERS, SHIRLEY, Implications of the Buck-Passing Phenomenon for Reactance Theory, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY 45, 1977, 543-555, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p389, headed: Autonomy, Motivation, and “Buck-Passing”.

FELLOWS, A.G., Rev., The Foundations of Liberty, 1973, 31pp, 29x, in PP 372.

FEMIA, JOSEPH V., An Historicist Critique of “Revisionist” Methods for Studying the History of Ideas, HISTORY AND THEORY 20, no. 2, 1981, 113-134, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1779, headed: Historicism & the History of Ideas.


FEMINISM, INDIVIDUALIST, SEE: MCELROY, WENDY, You’ve Slid a Long Way, Baby! 7pp on individualist feminism, in PP 1,020.

FEMINISM, LIBERTARIAN, PP 384, 1020, 1132,

FEMINISM, PP 384, 1020, 1052-61 (LA Pamphlets 7).

FEMINISM, See: ANARCHAFEMINISM, Garden Grove, No. 1, n.d., no pagination, 40pp, No. 2, n.d., 40pp: 10, in PP 1503. – I did not bother to try hand-correcting their flawed print. They write almost as if there were none but sexual and personal relationship problems. – J.Z.

FEMINISM, See: FARROW, LYNNE, Feminism as Anarchism, 1974, 13pp: 150, in PP 1501.

FEMINISM, See: FRASER, MICHELLE, Multiple Connections; Anarchism & Feminism, 8pp: 41, in PP 1481.

FEMINISM, See: FRAUENGRUPPE IM LIBERTAEREN FORUM, Anarchismus u. Feminismus, 2 S.: 96, in PP 1476.

FEMINISM, See: FREDERICK, DANNY, Radical Feminism: An Expose, 92, 2pp, in PP1334/35: 39.

FEMINISM, See: KORNEGGER, PEGGY, Anarchism: The Feminist Connection, 1975, 16pp: 1, in PP 1503.

FEMINISM, See: LEEDER, ELAINE, Anarcha-Feminismus, 2 S.: 48, in PP 1502.

FEMINISM, See: MAJORS, BRUCE, Review, 1p, headed: Spirits of Individualism, on: Freedom, Feminism and the State, ed. by Wendy McElroy, in PP 278.

FEMINISM, See: MCBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Feminism Gone Astray, 2pp: 181, in PP 1506/07.

FEMINISM, See: ORIENT, JANE M., Comparable Worth vs. Civil Liberty: Are Feminists Pro-Choice? 9pp: 607, in PP 1529- 33.

FEMINISM, See: RUBY, FLICK, The Garlic of Anarchism. Why Feminism is the Garlic of Anarchism, 4pp: 4, in PP 1481. – Would she say that masculinity is the essence of anarchism? Both have simply nothing to do with it, apart from self-awareness, self-reliance and self-assertion. But why bring such obvious characteristics into a political, economic and social discussion? – J.Z., 5.6.98.

FEMINISM, See: VERRAN, LIZ & EHRLICH, CAROL, Anarcha-Feminism, Two Views: 24pp, in PP 1481. – VERRAN, LIZ, Anarchism and Feminism, adapted from the British Direct Action Movement / International Workers’ Association Pamphlet, 7pp: 120, in PP 1481. – EHRLICH, CAROL, Socialism, Anarchism and Feminism, 16pp: 124, in PP 1481.

FEMINISM, See: WARD, DIANA, On Being and Becoming Feminist, 4pp: 17, in PP 1481.


FEMINISM: REINER, E. LUCA, Why Can’t we Be Friends? Notes of an Anarcha-Feminist, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1155.


FEMINISTS AGAINST CENSORSHIP, Survey, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 205.

FENTON, CARROL LANE, Darwin and the Theory of Evolution, n.d., 60pp, in LBB 568, in PP 1206.

FENTON, CARROLL LANE, Ernest Haeckel: Evolutionist, n.d., 62pp, LBB No. 597, in PP 1209.

FERGUSON, CLYDE R., Confrontation at Coleraine: Creeks, Georgians, and Federalist Indian Policy, SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY 78, Spring 79, 224-243, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p796, headed: Early U.S. Indian Policy.

FERGUSON, H.N., Story with a Surprise Ending, 6pp: 80, in PP 1506/07. – A short story on a character of WELLS FARGO & Co.

FERGUSON, John R., Proposal for Advocating Taxation Methods that Will Meet the Tests of Both the Ability to Pay and Benefit Principles of Taxation, Georgist, 1982, 21pp, 48x, in PP 626.

FERGUSON, TIM W., Libertarians Look to Restart the Engine, 27. Aug. 87, source? 1p, on monetary freedom, in PP 25.

FERM, ALEXIS C. & COHEN, JOSEPH J., The Modern School of Stelton, 1925, 122pp, in PP 955.

FERNANDEZ, FRANK, Cuba, The Anarchists & Liberty, REBEL WORKER pamphlet No. 6, 1987, 19pp, 29x, in PP 877.

FERNS, H.S., Prof., THE DISEASE OF GOVERNMENT, 1978, 142pp, 29x, in PP 395.

FERRARA, FLIP, The Case for Amnesty, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 322.

FERRARA, PETER J., Social Security: The Inherent Contradiction, Cato Institute, 1980, 484pp, review only, 2pp, by TOMMY W. ROGERS: 265, in PP 1529-33.

FERRARA, PETER, Catastrophic death care fiasco, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.FERRARO, D., Anarchism in Greek Philosophy, 3pp: 4, in PP 1471.FERRARUM RENZO & PARKER, S.E., Enzo Martucci – the Tragic End, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 456.

FERRER ” MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Martyrdom of Ferrer, 1909, 94pp, in PP 1419: 1.

FERRER, FRANCISCO, Die Moderne Schule, Nachgelassene Erklaerungen und Betrachtungen ueber die Rationalistische Lehrmethode, 1923, 115pp, 29x, in PP 543.


FERRER, FRANCISCO, See: GROUPE DE PROPAGANDE PAR LA BROCHURE, Francisco Ferrer Anarchiste, Paris, 28pp, n.d.: 85, in PP 1489. – Contains short articles by FERRER, FRANCISCO, LORENZO, ANSELMO & RECLUS, ELISEE.

FERRER, FRANCISCO, The Origin and Ideals of the Modern School, translated by Joseph McCabe, 1913, with a 9pp introduction by Joseph McCabe, 110pp, in PP 1,047.

FERRERA, FLIP, Libertarian Elitism, 1p, in PP 1357: 31.

FERRERA, FLIP, The Futility of Politics, 2p, in PP 1357: 52.

FERRIS, JOHN A., The Financial Economy of the U.S. Illustrated and some of the causes which retard the progress of California demonstrated, 1867, 362pp: 1- 89, in PP 1521. – For honest and efficient monies and against dishonest and despotic (legal tender) money. As long as a currency is accepted by issuers and other acceptors at par with its nominal gold weight value (value standard), then it is not necessary for it to be redeemed at any time by the issuer in gold. It is still not only as good as gold for most payment purposes but even more convenient. Moreover, its quantity is then not restricted by the quantity of gold available to the issuer for redemption, but merely dependent upon the quantity and quality of the goods and services which the issuers are able and willing to offer for redemption and the potential buyers are ready to purchase. Rare metal redemption by the issuers only can be effectively transferred to the free gold market and realized by free market rating all exchange media, discounting or refusing them, whenever that is necessary, thus achieving that the good monies drive out the bad. That aim is achievable and has often been reached for periods, in some places – whenever governments or popular prejudices did not intervene. Not enough economists have recognized this distinction so far: Gold clearing and gold-accounting currencies vs. gold cover and redemption by the issuer currencies. – This author, like many others, wrote as if a country without enough gold or silver and without importation of any of these metals could not have a sound monetary exchange economy, under monetary freedom conditions, i.e., without any forced acceptance and forced value and without enforced rare metal redemptionism, at any time, anywhere, by the issuer. – What goldbugs tend to overlook is the absurdity of expecting a limited quantity of rare metals, i.e. a small fraction, by quantity, volume and value, of all goods and services, to be able to mediate, by its physical presence, even though only in special deposit centres, the trading of ALL OTHER goods and services, no matter how often exchanges do take place, wherever and between how many people and how valuable the total of all economic transactions is. To use an analogy: They expect in the sphere of value measurements a limited quantity of value measures to serve for all measurements, although they would not expect e.g. very limited quantities of volume, weight and length measures to serve for all such measurements. I have about 6 rulers around my place. But sometimes I can’t find any of them. Woolworth does not tell me that I cannot have any more of them unless Woolworth can manage to have their value “covered” by a corresponding gold weight, through the issuer of the paper money that I am forced to use. Advocates of the conventional “gold standard” have especially failed in grasping that the number of clearing transactions possible for all goods and services between all people is quite independent of the quantity of gold or silver available and that it should not be limited by the latter, even though the purchasing power of a gold weight unit of gold or silver might be used in all transactions. Clearing does not need any presence of gold or silver coins or bullion – but just the acceptance of a standard of value for clearing and accounting. That standard can even be an abstract one and if it is a gold weight unit then its physical presence can be replaced by the publicity for free market rating of paper currencies against their nominal gold weight value in a free gold market. If there a paper currency has no discount and when the issuer and his debtors accept it LIKE the corresponding gold weight, then it is as good as gold, if not better. – Goldbugs are so in love with their favourite, as exchange medium and value standard, that they want to turn it into an exclusive exchange medium (including its 100% covered paper certificates) and exclusive value standard, instead of preferring freedom of contract, freedom of choice for the issue and acceptance, discounting or refusal of exchange media and the adoption or rejection of value standards. – We could increase the supply of other goods and services tenfold or a hundredfold. We would have difficulties in multiplying our rare metal production to that extent. Thus, if we adopted rare metals as exclusive exchange media and exclusive value standards, then economic, technical and scientific progress would lead to a corresponding deflation, to FALLING prices, which would deter buyers and thus make a currency famine worse. We might come back to primitive barter exchanges as a result, and a corresponding fall in living standard. – J.Z.

FERRUA, PIETRO, 9 articles on the First International Anarchist Symposium, Portland, 1980, 29x, in PP 607.FERRUA, PIETRO, Anarchists in Films, 1980, 42x, in PP 606.

FERRUA, PIETRO, Anarchists Seen by Painters, 1980, listing of paintings only, 42x, in PP 606.

FERRUA, PIETRO, Impegno Formalistico E Impegno Politico Nel Romanzo La Paloma Di Carlo Castellaneta, 11pp, in PP 1347: 5.

FERRUA, PIETRO, Surrealisme et Anarchisme, 1982, 29x, in PP 607.

FERRUA, PIETRO, to ZUBE, JOHN, 7 May 89, 1/2p, in PP 907-910 & 24 June 89, 8pp, with reply, 22 Aug. 86, 9pp,. on panarchism, 29x, in PP 879.

FETTER, FRANK WHITSON, Legal Tender during the English and Irish Bank Restrictions, 1950, 13pp, 29x, in PP 731.

FETTER, FRANK WHITSON, Some Neglected Aspects of Gresham’s Law, 1932, 16pp, 1932, 29x, in PP 737.

FEULNER, EDWIN J., Jr., Ideas, Think-Tanks and Governments, The Heritage Lectures, No.51, The Heritage Foundation, 11pp, 1985, in PP 851. – All of the Foundations literature output is available micrographically, but at almost the same price at the printed matter, so that only the space saving remains attractive. Their paper tigers seem to fear the competition from cheap microfiche editions. – J.Z.

FEULNER, EDWIN, Dr., Must We Kill the Lawyers? 1p: 80, in PP 1469.

FEULNER, EDWIN, Reducing Poverty: Only the Private Sector Really Works, 1p: 40, in PP 1469.


FICHTE, JOHANN GOTTLIEB, Auszug aus dem 1. Buch, Kapitel 3 von: “Beitrag zur Berichtigung der Urteile des Publikums ueber die Franzoesische Revolution”, ueber den Austritt aus dem Staat, 29x, in PP 399-401.


FICHTE, JOHANN GOTTLIEB, Extracts, mainly from Book 1, chapter 3 of: Contribution to Rectify Public Opinion on the French Revolution, 1793, 7pp, 36x, in PP 61-63. (On the right of individuals to secede from the State and on the General Structure of Revolutions, German Title: “Beitrag zur Berichtigung der Urteile des Publikums ueber die Franzoesische Revolution”.) With 2 comments, 15pp, 29x, in PP 416. Previously also filmed, 24x, in PP 12.

FICHTE, JOHANN GOTTLIEB, his early, 1793, anarchism, PP 12, 416, 901.

FIDUCCIA, DAN, Crane’s Libel on Liberty, 2pp, on libel, in PP 1297.

FIELD, G. LOWELL, Forms of Organisation of Italian Public Undertakings, 47pp in Annals of Collective Economy, vol. 10, 1934, 36x, in PP 769.

FIELD, WILLIAM P., Jr., Hidden Taxation. A Favorite Refuge of the Statist, 9pp: 221, in PP 1506/07.

FIELD, WILLIAM P., Jr., The Conceits of the Keynesians, 7pp: 257, in PP 1506/07.

FIFTH ASSEMBLY OF THE FOURTH WORLD, 1p leaflet, 1986, 29x, in PP 724


FIGHT, Maryborough, 9th Ed., SAVE AUSTRALIA NOW, 24pp, 93, in PP 1452. – Another publication by TONY PITT, n.d. Contains SOME libertarian notions and many non-libertarian ones: Opposed e.g. to regulation of trucking and food industry. Use 36 – 48x lenses! – J.Z.

FIJA ACTIVIST, THE, No. 3, Spring 1990, 12pp, Newsletter of the Fully Informed Jury Amendment, only copy on hand, in PP 1,015.

FIJA, Hope for Jury Nullification, 1p, in PP 1171. See also PP 1147.

FIKE, ELMER A., Why Inflation? THE FREEMAN, Aug. 77, 2pp, in PP 815.

FILLEY, DWIGHT, Trade = Peace, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p280. Responses on 317.

FILMKARTEI, DEUTSCHE, geschaffen von Herbert Eule. Bericht, 3 S.: Wer Will zum Film? , IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 130. – Fuer mich nur als Beispiel fuer eine Ideen- und Begabungszentrale interessant. – J.Z.

FILTHY PIERRE, 1p comment to THEO LANCELOT FISHER, An Alternative Money System, 29x, in PP 905.

FILTHY PIERRE, Comments for Jim Stumm on John Zube, etc., TC, No. 127, of 14 April 85, 1p, in PP 907-910.

FILTHY PIERRE, contributions in TC 101, of 24 Jan. 82, on panarchism, with comments by J. Zube, 13 July 89, part of 14pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FILTHY PIERRE, Filthy Pierre’s Greatest Hits, n.d., 26pp, in PP 1245.

FILTHY PIERRE, Notes in TC No. 121, of 29 July 84, with comments by John Zube, part of 17pp, 29x, in PP 879.

FILTHY PIERRE, 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.

FILTHY PIERRE, Notes on panarchism in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, with comments by J.Zube, part of 10 pp, 29x, in PP 879.

FILTHY PIERRE, Notes on panarchism, in TC 119 of 29 Apr. 84, with comments by John Zube, 29 July 89, part of 15pp, 29x, in PP 870.

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

FILTHY PIERRE, Notes on panarchism, in TC 92, of 4 Jan. 81, with comments by J. Zube, 4 July 89, 7pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FILTHY PIERRE, Notes on panarchism, in TC No. 99, of 2 Nov. 81, with comments by J. Zube in July 89, part of 4pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FILTHY PIERRE, Panarchist notes in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, with comments by John Zube, 31 July 89, part 16pp, 29x, on PP 870.

FILTHY PIERRE, Panarchistic notes from TC 94 – 98, with comments by J. Zube, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FILTHY PIERRE, to BUCHANAN, MARTIN L., on his Strategies for Liberty, 3pp, 29x, in PP 879.

financial and monetary freedom. – J.Z., 17.5.98.



FINANCIAL MAIL, Foreign Debt. Breaking the Myths, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 240.

FINANCIAL NEWSLETTERS, PP 576, 739, 791, 817, 866, 867.



FINANCIERS: Our Financiers: Their Ignorance, Usurpations, and Frauds, 373/75 & in Works of Spooner: 111/34. It’s just as well that Spooner’s monetary advice was not followed. He was prepared to monetize every capital asset and assumed that this would not have driven up the prices of all consumer goods, measured in such a currency. It would have been sound to propose merely to monetize, with optional, market rated and refusable, private and competing currencies, only those consumer goods and services which would be wanted and used during the next 1 – 3 months. – Spooner’s error on “asset currency” still spooks in all too many heads. – J.Z.

FINANCING A FREE MARKET FOR FREEDOM IDEAS, PP 20/21. Compare PP 183, the PEACE PLANS project and my pilot scheme of LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHE PUBLISHING. Most heads seem still to be blocked up against the establishment of such a special market, often under the delusion that it would already exists. – J.Z.





FINDLAY, Christopher, Occupational Regulation in a Regulated Industry: The Case of Airline Pilots, 24p, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

FINGER, CHARLES, J., Mahomet, n.d., LBB No. 412, 64pp, in PP 1224.

FINKELSTEIN, PHILIP, The Next 100 Years of PROGRESS AND POVERTY, 1979, 4pp, 36x, in PP 381.

FINKELSTEIN, Philip, Who Owns Earth?, 1982, 5pp, 48x, in PP 626.

FINLEY, MERRILL L., Christ and the Colonel. The Wisdom of Jesus and the Wisdom of Ingersoll Compared, 1948, Haldeman-Julius series B-723, 120pp, in PP 1217.

FINNIS, JOHN, Natural Law and the “Is”-“Ought” Question: An Invitation to Prof. Veatch, CATHOLIC LAWYER 26, Aut. 81, 266-277, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1866, headed: Professor Finnis Replies.

FINNIS, M.J., Scepticism, Self-Refutation, and The Good of Truth, in: Law, Morality, and Society : Essays in Honor of H.L.A. Hart, ed. by P.M.S. Hacker and J. Raz, Oxford UP 77, 247-267, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p375, headed: Truth as an Objective Value.

FIORE, FAY, Violence the link in the law of two jungles, L.A. Times & SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 6.12.97, 1p: 95, in PP 1493. The story of the tiny WAORANI tribe near the Amazon River in Ecuador demonstrates that violence is largely based on ignorance, wrong ideas, institutions, laws and customs. With them it becomes all too traditional, legitimized and considered as an “inevitable” part of human nature. We could have concluded the same long before from the practice and discontinuance of witchcraft trials, of blood feuds, of duels and the burning of widows. Some enlightenment can work “wonders”. – J.Z., 23.5.98.

FIRE BRIGADES, PRIVATE: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, Private Fire Departments, 1p, in PP 1351. – Even our village voluntary bush fire brigade has been statized in recent years and now excludes and does not want “untrained” volunteers. – J.Z., 9.10.97.


FIREARMS COALITION OF COLORADO, 1p leaflet, n.d., in PP 1105 & 1137.

FIREWORKS, Fred’s Fireworks in Australia, leaflet, 1p, pointing out compulsory licensing, 1998, in PP 1534: 85. – Many fireworks items are now altogether banned and have become museum pieces only. Anything not permitted by the government tends to become prohibited. And as if ABC mass murder devices in the hands of government officials would be safer than fireworks in the hands of citizens. – J.Z.

FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ANARCHISM, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., 1980, Some Papers, 2 microfiche, 42x in PP 606, 29x in PP 607.


FIRST PRINCIPLES, DECLARATIONS OF, PP 12, 14, 109/10, 349, 423p124, 586/87, 589/90, 811 (Welteidgenossenschaft), 861, 873 (The Catalina Declaration), 1020, 1089, see AIR: Alliance for Individual Rights, Human Rights Codes, private drafts, in 589/90, Declarations of Independence, Constitutionalism. I seek more such declarations for a special anthology of them on microfiche. See also attempts to define and prove a very first principle for liberty, as e.g. Solneman did in his Manifesto for Freedom and Peace. A special anthology for such attempts – and objections against them, is also planned. – J.Z.

FIRST PRINCIPLES, See: AIR: Alliance for Individual Rights, DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE, Private Human Rights Drafts, collected in PP 589/590.


FIRST PRINCIPLES: COBB, JOE, The First Principle, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 131. – See: DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE.

FIRST PRINCIPLES: HESCHL, ROBIN K. to COBB, JOE, Re: The First Principle, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 158. (Objectivist.)

FIRST PRINCIPLES: 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. – The good is often the enemy of the best. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.9.97.

FIRTH, IAN, Richard Wagner and the Anarchist Movement, 8pp: 805, in PP 1484/85.

FIRTH, WILL, Anarchism/Economics/Australia, 4pp, in PP 811.

FIRTH, WILL, to ZUBE, JOHN, 1 Dec. 88, 1p, in PP 811.

FISCARELLI, ROSEMARY, Europe Is Grabbing the Spoils of Peace, 1990, 1p, in CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

FISCHER BLACK, In a World Without Money, JBR, Autumn 1970, 12pp, with ref., subtitled: The Effects of Uncontrolled Banking, in PP 1248.

FISH, JAMES, Conservative Links, 1997, 1p, in PP 1537: 189.

FISHER, ANTHONY & BUCKINGHAM, JANE, Abortion in Australia, extracts, of replies to the usual motives for abortions, 21pp, in PP 1426: 115. – I think the opposition to abortion has become better informed, more thoughtful and consistent during the last 3 decades. The advocates of abortion still repeat the same old myths, errors and wrongful generalizations, which are inconsistent with at least some points of view on individual rights and liberties. I have accumulated 8 books and xyz other material on the subject, microfiched some of the latter but still miss a good and comprehensive ABC Against Abortion, with the best replies so far found to the “excuses” and “justifications” of the abortionists. Victor Koman’s transplantation solution and the panarchistic approach should be included, too. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.9.97.

FISHER, ANTONY G.A., What Can I Do? A Study of Government, 1970 IHS paper, 16pp, in PP 981.

FISHER, CRAIG, Home Ownership for Public Housing Tenants, 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

FISHER, CRAIG, Tenant Control of Public Housing: New Hope for Cabrini – Green, 1987, 32pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

FISHER, DARRYL, Review of Osmond Turner: Improving Productivity – the credible option, 2pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

FISHER, DAVID, Anarchism and National Liberation, 10pp: 58, in PP 1481.

FISHER, IRVING, PP 428ff:S. 46, 104, 220.

FISHER, MALCOLM, ed., A New Financial Revolution? An international review of the Campbell Report, CIS, 1982, 115pp, indexed, contributors: Malcolm Fisher, Michael Parkin, John F.O. Bilson, Geoffrey E. Wood, A.R. Prest, Tim Congdon, 36x, in PP 718.

FISHER, MALCOLM, Price and Income Policies: Can They Work? 1978, CIS, 10pp, 29x, in PP 396.

FISHER, MALCOLM, The Entrepreneur, the Economist and Public Policy, 1983, 14pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711

FISHER, MARTYN, Why Political Power Cannot Be Limited, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 163. – TERRITORIAL political power cannot be limited. EXTERRITORIAL political power can be, e.g. by individual secessionism and ideal militias for the protection of individual rights, i.e., by 3 still not popular libertarian “utopias” or “panaceas”. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

FISHER, THEO LANCELOT, An Alternative Money System, 4pp, THE CONNECTION, No. 102, 6 March 82, with a 1p comment by FILTHY PIERRE, 29x, in PP 905.

FISHER, VARDIS, Comment on Vietnam, 1966, 1p, in PP 1315.

FISHER, VARDIS, Crime and the Great Society, 1p, 24x, in PP 55.

FISKE, JOHN, Chauncy Wright, 17pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, 29x, in PP 373-375.

FISKE, JOHN, The Town Meeting, a lecture from his volume: AMERICAN POLITICAL IDEAS, viewed from the standpoint of universal history, 1885. 1880, 56pp, in PP 1069.

FISKE, SYMOND, Libertarian Lexicon, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 128. – Who is willing to continue indefinitely with such a collection and publishing effort? I would gladly make thousands of LMP pages available for such an effort. – J.Z., 9/97.

FIST, STEWART, We’re getting all the wrong signals on radio waves, 1p clipping, 95, on radiation hazards, in PP 467.

FITCH, MARINA, Wheeling and Dealing, 1p, source? n.d., on the Barter Connection, in PP 971.

FITE, WARNER, INDIVIDUALISM, Four Lectures on the Significance of Consciousness for Social Relations, 1910, 1911, 1916, 1924, 320pp, in PP 1,001. Recommended by John Hospers.

FITZGERALD, ALAN, Dr. Jim’s Moral Indignation Meter, 2pp, 36x, in PP 370.

FITZGERALD, ERNEST, A Constituency for Stewartship, 4pp on Pentagon: 234, in PP 1457/62.

FITZGERALD, JOHN, Inflationary dollars could be passe, 72, 1p, in PP 1386/91: on Borsodi experiment in Exeter: 186.

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

FKYGARE, WILIAM, Stirneriana, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 439.

FLACHENEGGER, A., Erfahrungen eines Rutengaengers, 2 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 50. Grenzwissenschaften, Wuenschelrute, dowsing.

FLAG BURNING, See: GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, A burning issue, 2pp: 3. – On flag burning and freedom of expression. – A “free press” that is still tied to paper, print and the postal monopoly isn’t fully free. – J.Z., 4.3.98.

FLANNERY, MAUREEN, Union of Egoists, a recollection, 5pp: 13, in PP 1505.

FLAT EARTH PARTY, THE, Aug. 23rd.,1971, 1p invitation from Bob Shea, in PP 479.

FLAT RATE TAX, PP 611. See: HERBERT, JULE R., Jr. & BEITO, DAVID, Flat Rate Tax: Libertarian Heresy? No: J.R.H., Yes: D.B., 3pp, in PP 278.


FLAT RATE TAXATION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Flat-Rate: The Latest Con, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 198.

FLAUS, JOHN, Dilemmas of a Filmnik, 6pp, 36, in PP 412, p71.

FLAX, Jules Guesde, 1907/8, 8 S., 29x, in PP 349.

FLECHTHEIM, OSSIP K., Freiheit, Mutter der Ordnung, Anarchismus u. Antimilitarismus, Terror u. Gewaltlosigkeit, TAZ, 26.9.87, ca. 3pp, in PP 1127/1128.

FLEIMANN, FRANK, Kassiert Wird im Flugzeug, ca. 2pp, ca. 88/89, ueber Billigtarife, in PP 1127/1128.

FLEMING, INNES, Marriage Contracts Should Be Enforceable: The Libertarian Case Against No Fault Divorce, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 37. – But first of all let us have a free choice among a MULTITUDE of alternative marriage contracts, instead of trying to enforce whatever marriage contract a territorial government does, temporarily, think fit for all its subjects. Let’s get the governments at least out of our beds. – Under the present system so little is legally, juridically and contractually settled that my eldest has to pay $ 1,500 for each consultation with a lawyer on the financial settlement of a divorce. – The law, courts and the lawyers take it out of our hides. – Each marriage contract, even when INTENDED for life, should anticipate the possibility of future separation. Any look at divorce statistics can teach that reasonable rule. – J.Z., 10.6.98. -One debarred lawyer once admitted to me that divorce and land title transfer legislation and regulation could be greatly simplified but this would be unlikely to happen, since they were the “bread and butter” most lawyers. – J.Z., 15.6.99.

FLEMING, MARIE, The Geography of Freedom: The Odyssey of Elisee Reclus, Quebec, Black Rose, 1988, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 2pp, 29x, in PP 921.

FLEMING, PAUL, 1609 – 1640, An Sich, Gedicht, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 85.

FLEMING, THOMAS, Against Free Verse, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

FLESHIN, SENYA, see BLUESTEIN, ABE, Fighters for Anarchism, Mollie Steimer & Senya Fleshin.

FLETCHER, ROGER, A Revisionist Looks at Imperialism: Eduard Bernstein’s Critique of Imperialism and Kolonialpolitik, 1900-14, CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORY 12, Sep.79, 237-271, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1011, headed: Eduard Bernstein and Imperialism.

FLEW, ANTONY, Academic Purposes and Academic Freedoms, 1989, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Against ‘Anti-Racism’ in Education, 1992, 2pp, LA Educational Notes No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Arguments to Design: Why Life’s Complexity Does Not Prove the Existence of God, 1992, 2pp, LA Atheist Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Competition and Equality, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p156.

FLEW, ANTONY, Dying Decently, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p296. – See: Euthanasia, voluntary.

FLEW, ANTONY, Equal Liberty vs. Equal Value, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 63, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Four Kinds of Equality, in: The Politics of Procrustes, Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N.Y., 1981, 20-64, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1471, headed: The Varieties of Equality.

FLEW, ANTONY, History and Human Responsibility, 1990, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Ideology and ‘a New Machine of War’, PHILOSOPHY, UK, 51, 1976, 447-453, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p373, headed: Facts vs. Value-laden Whims.

FLEW, ANTONY, J.S. Mill: Socialist or Libertarian, “Prophets of Freedom and Enterprise, ed. by Michael Ivens, London, Kogan Page, 1975, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p50. Headed: Utility and Progress.

FLEW, ANTONY, Open Mindedness & Good Faith, 1988, 4pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLEW, ANTONY, Prof., Intended Action and Unintended Consequences, 6pp, 1980, 29x, in PP 384.

FLEW, ANTONY, Prof., Smash the Lems! – Local Education Monopolies, 4pp, in PP 925.

FLEW, ANTONY, Restraining Democracies, Promoting Liberties: Constitutional Blocks on the Road to Freedom, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 111.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Artificial Inflation of Natural Rights, 3pp, from THE FREEMAN, Dec. 89, in PP 918. (Rather, of “unnatural” or “non-rights” or “artificial claims against others”. J.Z.)

FLEW, ANTONY, The Invisible Hand, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p312.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Procrustean Ideal, Libertarians vs. Egalitarians, ENCOUNTER 50, March 78, 70-79, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p515, headed: Liberty vs. Equality.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Profit Motive, 1980, 20pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397, also in PP 711.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Profit Motive, ETHICS, USA, 85, 1976, 312-322, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p99. Headed : Profits and Choice.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Right to Death, 1979, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – To which must perhaps now be added the right to select a slightly premature, but hopefully temporary death, with cryonic preservation in mind, i.e. the right not to be subjected to an autopsy or dissection for organ transplants, the right not to be buried or burned – if cryonic preservation is one’s chosen and paid for alternative. J.Z., 11.2.93.

FLEW, ANTONY, The Socialist Project: Promise and Practice, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 50, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD an ZUBE, JOHN, 1 S., 10.6.93, in PP 1322: 65.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Auf der Suche nach dem Gordischen Knoten oder Theoretische Ueberlegungen zum Selbstverstaendnis von Betrieben in Selbstverwaltung, 1989, 16 S., in PP 1322: 105.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Auf der Suche nach einer guten Form: Die Genossenschaft, 26 S., aus: Verein zur Befoerderung des Genossenschaftsgedankens, Hrsgb., Wir helfen uns selbst. Gruendungshilfen fuer neue Genossenschaften, Darmstadt, 1987, in PP 1322: 90.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Autonomie u. Bindung – Perspektiven produktiv – genossenschaftlicher Verbundbildung, 93, 11 S., in PP 1322: 73.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Die Genossen Ingenieure, 5 S., aus: MANAGEMENT WISSEN, Nr. 12, Wuerzburg, Dezember 86, in PP 1323: 27.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Die Genossenschaft zwischen Eigennutz, Gruppennutz u. Gemeinnuetzigkeit, 1993, 13 S., in PP 1322: 67-72.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Die soziale und politische Bedeutung produktiv – genossenschaftlicher Betriebe, 84, 18 S., in PP 1322, aus: Burghard Flieger: Hrsg., Produktivgenossenschaften oder der Hindernislauf zur Selbstverwaltung, Muenchen, 1984.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Eine aussterbende Rechtsform? Analyse der Genossenschaftsgruendungen seit der Gesetzesnovellierung von 1973. 1 S., in PP 1323: 26.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Genossenschaften u. Selbstverwaltungsbetriebe, 1 S., CONTRASTE, Zeitschrift fuer Selbstverwaltung, Nr. 34/35 Jg. 4, Juli/August 87., in PP 1323: 25.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Kritisches Plaedoyer fuer die genossenschaftliche Rechtsform, 1984, 18 S. aus obiger Anthologie: 84, in PP 1322.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Produktivgenossenschaften: Geschichte und Gegenwart der Idee einer fortschrittsfaehigen Organisation, 1988, 17 S., in PP 1322: 99.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Produktivgenossenschaften: Geschichte und Gegenwart der Idee einer fortschrittsfaehigen Organisation, 1987, 50 S., in PP 1094.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Professionsgenossenschaften als moderne Variante der Produktivgenossenschaft, 1990, 10pp, in PP 1322: 113. Aus: Verein zur Foerderung des Genossenschaftsgedankens, Hrsg., Perspektiven der Genossenschaften. Impuls fuer eine demokratische Marktwirtschaft, Darmstadt, 1990.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Wie werden Entscheidungen in Produktiv-genossenschaften organisiert? CONTRASTE 101, 10.Jg., Feb.93, 1 S., in PP 1323: 26B.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Wissenschaft ueber, von oder fuer selbst-verwaltete Betriebe, 1 S., CONTRASTE, Zeitschrift fuer Selbst-verwaltung, Nr. 34/35 Jg. 4, Juli/August 87, in PP1323: 25.

FLIEGER, BURGHARD, Zusammenfassung und Auszuege aus dem Rundbrief der AG SPAK – TAK-OE, Sommerseminar 1987, 5 S.: 74, in PP 1455. – Coops.

FLINT, ROBERT, Socialism, 2nd. rev. ed., 1908, indexed, 354pp, 29x, in PP 799.

FLOATING CITIES OF SEA AND SPACE, 984, 1020. See: Ocean Freedom.

FLOCKARD, DUNCAN, Why Smoking Is A Trivial Pursuit, Questions and Answers, Facts and Fallacies About Smoking and Quitting, 5pp, 1987, in PP 923.

floppy disks, microfiche, ZIP disks etc., for their publishing and reading requirements? Why do they remain tradition- and custom-bound paper addicts, to what it also a paper tiger, as far as their efforts are concerned? Why don’t they at least bother to properly survey all their alternative media options, using the Internet for this, to the extent that they can? – J.Z., 23.5.98.

FLORMAN, SAMUEL C., In Praise of Technology, 17pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p363.

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

FLOW CHART DISCUSSIONS, 61/63, 399/401, 896 (in German). Now they could be cheaply reproduced and often updated on microfiche and with special programs on computer screens, too. But the visual impact is still best on large sheets of paper. Several people could easily participate in building up an extensive discussion of this kind on paper. I produced my first one on 31 Dec. 1957 – and have still a stack of them to be readied for microfilming. Hypertext relationships can be achieved with pen and paper. Such discussions can be much more fruitful than oral ones and bookish ones, which tend to proceed merely lineally, page by page, often either losing track or making readers lose track. They could revolutionize the discussion of controversial issues and almost guaranty progress and results, instead of endless repetitions of the same old arguments. – J.Z.

FLUECHTLINGSUNTERSTUTZERINNEN, EINIGE, Gegen Lager, Abschiebungen und Sondergesetze, 4 S., Freiburg/B., undatiert, in PP 1326:119.

FLUERSCHEIM, MICHAEL, A SYMPOSIUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 1890, F.’s contribution only, 13pp, 29x, in PP 356.

FLUERSCHEIM, MICHAEL, Clue to the Economic Labyrinth, with information on his 1898 “exchange bank”, 547pp, 36x, in PP 688.

FLUERSCHEIM, MICHAEL, SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, PP 568.

FLUERSCHEIM, MICHAEL, The Economic and Social Problem, 1909, 277pp, 29x, in PP 687.

FLUERSCHEIM, MICHAEL, The Real History of Money Island, 1896, 138pp, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 548.


FLUORIDATION: SOLAN, DAVID, America’s fluoridation experiment, part I, “scientific” investigation, 4pp: 87; II: some men’s poison, 4pp: P 94; III: the wall of silence, 5pp: p 102, all in PP 1377.

FLYGARE, WILLIAM, Man Meets Book – Some Notes on Reading Stirner, 4pp : 306; 8pp: 329, in PP 1420/22.

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

FLYGARE, WILLIAM, Review of: KAST, BERND, Die Thematik des ‘Eigners’ in der Philosophie Max Stirners: Sein Beitrag zur Radikalisierung der anthropologischen Fragestellung, Bonn, 1979, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 518.

FLYGARE, WM., editor, annotator, introducer, bibliographer and chronologist for BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, The Will to Bondage, in PP 1254.


FLYNN, JOHN T., The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor, 1945, 15pp, in PP 1227. Revisionism. – Myths and lies promoted by governments have a long life-span, at least until they encounter a growing encyclopaedia of the best refutations. – J.Z.

FO, DARIO, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, play, reviewed by D.R. Steele, in 3pp, in PP 925.

FOCAL POINT SUPPLEMENT, Thunder in the Midwest: Anarchism In America’s Heartland, A Symposium, Jan. 18 & 19, 1980, 7pp prospectus only, in PP 25.

FOCO BANK, Swiss Economic Viewpoint, Vol. 14, No. 4, Oct. 82, 4pp sample, 29x, in PP 867.

FOERETAGAREFOERBUNDETS RAPPORTER, The Rise and Decline of the Swedish Welfare-State, May 1990, 65pp, with a 3pp bibliography & a 3pp German and a 4pp Russian introduction, in PP 954.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Addendum to The Soul of Liberty, 29x, in PP 683-685.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Contribution on panarchism in TC, No. 104, of 6 June 82, with comments by J. Zube, part of 4 pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Geo-Libertarianism, 1981, 6pp, 29x, in PP 356. Also in PP 683-685.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Key to Peace in Holy Land, 29x, in PP 683-685, with some other of his writings, separately listed, 336pp in all.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., LIBERTARIAN DIGEST, Nos. 9-35, 8/81-7/85, 336pp, with some other writings by Fred Foldvary, 29x, in PP 683-685.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Mother Nature’s Secret Key to Prosperity, 1985, 18pp, in PP 1144.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Natural Moral Law, from The Free Philosopher Quarterly, summer 1983, 48x, in PP 589/590.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Natural Rights, An update to THE SOUL OF LIBERTY, 1985, 31pp, 29x, in PP 715.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Nicaragua: Land of Promises. Written from the point of view of a Georgist land reformer, 3pp, in PP 1111. What percentage of promises of parties, movements and “great” leaders is ever fulfilled? Are the chances to win the top prize in a lottery any better? – J.Z.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Notes in TC, No. 105, of 24 July 82 & TC 106, of 12 Sep. 82, 1p, in PP 907-910.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Notes on panarchism in TC 106, commented on by J. Zube in TC 108, part of 7pp, 29x, in PP 870.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Notes on panarchism in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, with some comments by J.Z., 25 July 89, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 870.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Notes on panarchism, in TC No. 99, of 2 Nov. 81, with comments by J. Zube in July 89, part of 4pp, 29x, in PP 869.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Panarchist notes in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, with comments by John Zube, 31 July 89, part 16pp, 29x, on PP 870.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Private Initiative: A Postal Tradition, 4pp, in PP 1,000.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Reply to Peace Questionnaire, 1p, on panarchism, 29x, in PP 869.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Economics of Peace and Prosperity, 1990, 3pp, in PP 970.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Gutenberg Press, catalogue of current titles, 27p, 29x, in PP 683-685.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Meaning of the Market. Is A Rational Market Ethic Compatible with Ultra-Radical Subjectivism? Sep. 11, 1990, Center for the Study of Market Processes, George Mason University, 1986, 24pp, in PP 1105.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Morality of Libertarianism, 1p, in PP 1445: 128.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Real Story of Thanksgiving, 1986, 1p, in PP 1105.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Soul of Liberty, The Universal Ethic of Freedom and Human Rights, 1980, 334pp, 29x, in PP 386. 1p adv., 29x, in PP 389. Addendum, 29x, in PP 683 – 685.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Soul of Liberty: The Universal Ethic of Freedom and Human Rights, 2pp review by P.J. KEMP, in PP 1432/1439: 860.

FOLDVARY, FRED E., The Taxonomy of Socialism, on reading Hayek, ca. 1988, 1p. (I do not know whether his classification scheme would cover the ca. 500 varieties that were listed already over 100 years ago. J.Z.) In FIGARO, Paris, 1875?

FOLDVARY, FRED E., Why Natural Rights Exist Despite Libertarian Dogma, Jan. 8, 86 talk, Free Marin Supper Club, here only in 2pp announcement, in PP 1105.

FOLDVARY, FRED, A Geoist Manifesto, 8pp: 36, in PP 1505.

FOLDVARY, FRED, Is God a Libertarian? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1259.

FOLDVARY, FRED, Letter of May 28, 1989, 3pp: 87, in PP 1470.

FOLDVARY, FRED, Morality: ‘Ought” or ‘Naught’? 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

FOLDVARY, FRED, Natural Moral Law, 6pp: 10, in PP 1479.

FOLDVARY, GRED, The Geolibertarian Society, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 405.

FOLEY, RICHARD, Compatibilism, MIND 87, July 78, 421-428, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p400, headed: Freedom vs. Determinism.

FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., Our Fair Share, 9pp: 525, in PP 1529- 33.

FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., Review, 3pp, of: DIETZE, GOTTFRIED, Two Concepts of the Rule of Law, 1973, 108pp: 157, in PP 1529-33.

FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., The Social Role of Business, 16pp: 339, in PP 1529-33.

FOLEY, TOM, Capital Subsidies Are Not the Answer, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.FOLK CRIMES OF INTEREST TO LIBERTARIANS, AS ENCOURAGING SIGNS OF THE TIMES, A list compiled 1977, in 385.

FOLLIN, H.-FRANCOIS & LEFER, PIERRE, PAROLES D’UN VOYANT, introduction a la pensee et a l’oeuvre de H.L. FOLLIN, Paris, 1934, 205pp, 24x, in PP 322.


FOLSOM, ROGER NILS & RODOLFO ALEJO GONZALEZ, Trade “Deficit” not Dangerous or Sign of National Debt, COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, Aug. 7, 1990, 1p, in PP 1,004.

FONER, ERIC, Radical Individualism in America: Revolution to Civil War, 26pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p239.

FONTAURA, ESCRIBE, El Anarquismo de Gustav Landauer, 2pp: 27, in PP 1494.

FOOD IRRADIATION, People Against Food Irradiation, 1p leaflet in PP 1096.


FOOD SUPPLEMENTS, REGULATION OF, PP 1052-61 (Society for the Promotion of Nutritional Therapy).

FOOTE, EDWARD BOND, Biographical Notes and Appreciations, N.Y., 1913, prepared by the Free Speech League, 85pp, in 2 badly filmed fiche published by Richard Gaska, Erie, sideways filmed! Thus legible only with a rotatable platform on a reader. From LMP for $ 2 as a result of a bad swap deal – sight unseen, upon which even the Australian Customs demanded their protection racket cut of ca. $ 140, because ca. 500 duplicates were sent in one large batch. Heavier paper books are excepted from tariff “duties”, microfilmed ones, when they detect them, are not. Do not expect sense from such legalized criminals and criminal laws. – I wish I could turn these scraps into cash, or recover at least from the legal looters. For reading in a normal reading machine, one would have to cut the fiche up, frame by frame, i.e. 2pp at a time, and insert these, right side up, in a fiche jacket. Such efforts give microfiching a bad name. LMP has already filmed separately 2 of the few titles in the 10 Gaska fiche, one by Schroeder & one by Bluestein. I would probably have done the lot in a mere 2 fiche. But as lessons on mistakes that one ought to avoid, when taking up microfiche publishing, the Gaska fiche are excellent and cheap. When I make such blunders, and I have made many, I usually get the material refilmed and discard the flawed ones. Proofreading before and after microfilming is essential. LMP will make no more large quantity and sight unseen swap deals. Send samples first, of the fiche you want to exchange. Quality counts here, too, perhaps even more so, because it is not so obvious to the naked eye. – J.Z.

FOOTNOTES, Are they essential? PP 1052-61 (LA Tactical Notes 11). Some say: “yes!” some say: “Only a kind of scholarly snobbishness or pretence is involved”. Often they do give away how little an author has read up and what essential titles he has not studied, and thus indicate the limitations of his thinking on a subject. If a complete libertarian bibliography existed and the relevant section of it were not merely copied by an author, or if he has not merely used abstracts, with the full text works remaining undigested, then the bare bones of most reference lists would soon be revealed. – How proud could an author be if he could e.g. point out only that he had somewhat read and understood 100 of 10,000 relevant references? An honest scholar would then add at the bottom that he had dealt only with abc of xyz references so far existing on the subject. Please note, also, how many older and relevant works are often neglected, as if most wisdom were contained only in the latest academic writings, and how only a few of the famous classical writers are re-digested over and over again, by multitude of “scholars”, who have often little to add to them, except new terms and classifications. – J.Z.

FOR OURSELVES, Council for Generalized Self-Management, The Right to Be Greedy, Theses on the Practical Necessity of Demanding Everything, 1974, edited by Bob Black, 100pp, 29x, in PP 525.

FORBES, VIV, Accountability in Government, 12pp, 36x, in PP 369.

FORBES, VIV, Alphabetical Filing System, 1p hint of a system that has also been adopted by Ron Manners for the filing of libertarian materials, in PP 1214. I wish they would microfilm their well-ordered libertarian files, as their contributions towards a libertarian encyclopaedia and information service. J.Z.

FORBES, VIV, But What Can I Do? May 1986 issue of COMMON SENSE, 42x, in PP 637.

FORBES, VIV, Conservation or Coercion? 8pp, in PP 920.

FORBES, VIV, Government and Marketing or “The Bull in the China Shop”, 1977 address, 13pp, 29x, in PP 384.

FORBES, VIV, Let’s Free ENTERPRISE! 1977 address, 6pp, 29x, in PP 247 & 516.

FORBES, VIV, Letters to the Editor, 1975 – 1990, almost 500, mainly written by Viv Forbes but with some 50 by a few other contributors, listed on page 1A, dealing with Free Trade, Free Enterprise, Free Markets, Free Men, 380pp, in PP 919 & 920. The index does not cover the latest letters. 9 educational poems are included.

FORBES, VIV, On LMP, 13 Mar 84 note, in PP 907-910.

FORBES, VIV, Rulers Change…But the Archipelago Remains, a Progress Party letter, n.d., 2pp, 24x, in PP 301.

FORBES, VIV, Should Australia Have Foreign Affairs? 1976 address, 14pp, 29x, in PP 384.

FORBES, VIV, The Booming Business in Crime, in PP 1393.

FORBES, VIV, The Freedom to Sell, an address, 1979, 4pp, 29x, in PP 389.

FORBES, VIV, The Land of the Free, a poem, 2pp, 24x, in PP 80-82, 1p, 29x, in PP 385, also 29x, in PP 389.

FORBES, VIV, The Tide Turning, 1986 talk, 7pp, in PP 920.

FORBES, VIV, to THE AUSTRALIAN, 12 Jan. 88, 17 Nov. 87, 3pp, on One Ounce Gold Standard, in PP 1185.

FORBES, VIV, Two Peas in a Pod, 29x, in PP 522.

FORBES, VIV, Will it Make a Quid? Some Aspects of the Economics of the Mining Industry, 1980, updated and reprinted 1983, 108pp, indexed and with bibliography, in PP 927.

FORBONNAIS, V. de, Principes economiques, in PP 778-783.

FORD, Carolyn, How to Squat – it’s Official, clipping from Daily Telegraph, 19.9.85. (On a book by squatters that was government subsidized with $ 10,000, to support this kind of massive theft, by which you might lose your house during your next holiday or even while on a mere shopping trip. As experience has shown, at least in Europe, government will sometimes support the thief rather than you. Well, government squats on your property anyhow. It’s just one squatter supporting another! J.Z.) 1p, 29x, in PP 679.

FORD, HENRY: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Henry Ford, 6pp, in PP 1377: 23.

FORD, JAMES, Co-operation in New England, Urban and Rural, with a 10pp introduction by Francis G. Peabody, indexed, 257pp, with 3pp of bibliography, and a 1p note by J.Z., in PP 1,049.

FORD, TROWBRIDGE H., The Law of the Constitution: Dicey’s Polemic against Parnell, STUDIES, Fall 76, 210-224, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p320, headed: Liberalism in Transition.

FORECASTING, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Economic Forecasting: How Good Is it? 4pp: 465, in PP 1529-33.

FORECASTING, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Forecasting, 5pp: 111, in PP 1529-33.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, PP 177, 384, 1052-61 (LA For. Pol. Persp. 12), FOREIGN AID: ANON., The Sardine Standard, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 14. – A tale on “foreign aid”.

FOREIGN AID OR FREE TRADE? See: MINTZ, FRANK P., Latin America: Aid or Trade? Editorial, 2pp: 41, in PP 1457/62.

FOREIGN AID, PP 418/19p336.424, 490, 890, 1052-61 (LA Ec. Notes 23),

FOREIGN AID, See: FRASER, IAN, Global Cannibalism? 1p against foreign aid, in PP 1336 – 39: 70.

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

FOREIGN AID: HAZLITT, HENRY, Illusions of Point Four, FEE, 1950, 48pp, in PP 1365: 64. – On 1949 Truman programme for Foreign Aid.

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

FOREIGN AID: ROUX, SCOTT LE, The “Aid Beggars” who slaughter their own people, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 259. – From AIDA PARKER NEWSLETTER.

FOREIGN AID: SCHOOLLAND, KEN, The Disaster of International Foreign Aid Programs, 6pp, in PP 1445: 62.

FOREIGN DEBT: FINANCIAL MAIL, Foreign Debt. Breaking the Myths, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 240. – Overlooked is here often the distinction between private and public debts. Private debts should pay for themselves, out of productive investments. When repayable via free clearing or the own private money issues, repayments become much easier, too. Pro-head the rate of this indebtedness is often not very high – unless very wasteful government spending of government to government credits is involved. – J.Z.


FOREIGN INVESTMENTS, Capital Xenophobia, PP 719.

FOREIGN MILITARY BASES, withdrawal, PP 3. Compare Standing Armies, Militia, Defence, Collective Security, Alliances.

FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES, L.A., No. 24, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES, LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, Nos. 1-4, 8pp, 29x, in PP 696, 5,6, 9-11, 29x, in PP 864. See also 1052-61.



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

FOREIGN POLICY: MILLER, VINCENT H., A New Foreign Policy Strategy, 2pp, in PP 1445: 118.

FOREIGN POLICY: STROMBERG, JOSEPH, A Libertarian Foreign Policy, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 350.

FOREIGN RIGHTS IN CHINA, THE “UNEQUAL TREATIES”. Some Notes by John Zube to “Foreign Rights and Interests in China”, by Westel W. Willoughby, 1927, 3pp, 1987, in PP 689. History might have taken a different turn if the rights of Chinese, living among the “Barbarians” had also been recognized, and equally so. Our one-sided imposition of the “unequal treaties” was more a barbaric act of colonial powers than a civilized act. Only equal rights treaties could be rightfully imposed upon dissenting rulers, in the interests and to uphold the rights of many of their subjects. And the empire builders could go on building them, on a voluntary and exterritorial basis, founded on consumer satisfaction, largely like multinational corporations do. See on this Liberation Wars, On Panarchy, Individual Secessionism, Consular Jurisdiction, Capitulations, Personal Law, Exterritorial Organization. – J.Z.

FORES, MICHAEL, The Myth of a British Industrial Revolution,

FOREST 1994 SF COMPETITION: Book: Invasion of the Liberty Snatchers, 7 stories, introduced by George Hay: Here only a 2pp leaflet, sent by L.A., London, in PP 1430/31: III. – One can temporarily take or suppress the liberty of others but one cannot gain in individual liberty and rights through this. “Every leash has two ends!”. On the contrary, freedom choices for most people are increased by more other people enjoying the full range of individual liberties and rights. Who wants to be the cock crowing proudly and loudly – on a dung heap? – What rational and moral being would want to preside, over mass exploitation, mass suppression, mass slaughter? One cannot sit comfortably on the points of bayonets, as someone once said. – J.Z., 10.6.98.

FOREST Publications Catalogue, 1994, Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco, 10pp, in PP 1281/82.

FOREST, Flyers on its literature, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

FOREST, Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco, 2pp leaflet, in PP 479.

FOREST, Freedom Organization for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco, some publications in PP 1191, 58pp, and in PP 1192, 42pp. All are separately listed.

FOREST, The Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco, See: BREAK FREE, in PP 1234.

FOREST, The Smokers’ Manifesto, 4pp, in PP 1214.

FOREST, WAVES, see NOW WHAT, I & II, in PP 1,028/29.


FORESTS: See: INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, Why International Paper is Helping to Develop a 1,000,000-acre Forest on Land it Doesn’t Own, 1p. adv., 76, in PP 1317: 140.

FORFEITURE LAWS, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET, The Looting of America. How over 200 Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws enable police to confiscate your home, bank accounts & business without trial, 6pp, ISIL leaflet, revised 5/97: 58, in PP 1504.

FORFEITURE: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Looting of America, Civil Asset Forfeiture, 6pp, in PP 1445: 68.

FORGAN, James A., The Money Supply of the United States, 1903, 8pp, in PP 745.

FORGOTTEN MAN & WOMAN, PP 237/38, 242, 424, 961.

FORGOTTEN MAN, THE: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Forgotten Man, 4pp, in PP 1418: 12.

FORMAN, FRANK, Letter, 1986, 2pp: 19, in PP 1488.

FORMAN, FRANK, The Patch Needed for Ayn Rand’s THE OBJECTIVIST ETHICS, 96, 4pp , in PP 1334/35: 75.

FORMOSA: SZE, ALBERT Y, Double-Talk on Formosa, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 20. – Every talk on territorial “units”, as if they were individual living beings, is double talk! – J.Z., 10.6.98.

FORMULATIONS, II/3, Spring 1995, sample, 20 pp. FNF, in PP 1365: 95. – This newsletter, of which I have obtained by now a few more copies, contains some panarchistic articles, as if such ideas were new discoveries. They are still mixed in with some territorialist notions and so far neither editor nor writer have shown any interest towards previous and different writings on their main idea. Thus they seem to be blinkered. They are copyrights fanatics, too, so I leave their further material alone, at least until they change their minds. – J.Z., 3.12.96.

FORSCHUNGSINSTITUTE: EINE BRUTSTAETTE FUER ERFINDUNGEN, 2 S., Forschung, Selbstfinanzierung. Ueber die private Forschungsstaette von Dr. Ing. A. Bartel, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 126.

FORSTER, G.A., 12 Reasons Why Georgist Reforms Are Needed Now, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 643.

FORSTER, GEOFF, Speaker’s Forum, 1p circular, n.d., on open air speaking center in Melbourne & 1st. Sunday of each year as National Free Speech Day: See behind cover sheet, in PP 1502.

FORSTER, GEOFF, to ZUBE, JOHN, 14 Sep. 88, 1/2p, with reply, 18 Sep. 88, 2pp, in PP 907-910.

FORSYTH, DONELSON R., A Taxonomy of Ethical Ideologies, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 39, 1980, 175-184, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1289, headed: Measuring Ethical Ideologies.

FORSYTH, WILLIAM, History of Trial by Jury, 2nd. ed., 1875, indexed, 398pp. In PP 477. Alas, not an anarchist or libertarian book but only of some historical interest, mainly from a lawyers point of view, of English juries and their development, or further deterioration, during the last few centuries, written with the prejudices to be expected from most layers. One may consider it as a record of one of the most prolonged and successful cover-ups in history, one that largely continues into our times, resulting in the present distortion of the free jury system by legislators, rulers, judges and layers, involved in a kind of “demarcation dispute” stretching over centuries, in which they usurped more and more power to themselves, at the expense of a popular, powerful and free jury system. – J.Z.

FORT COLLINS PROJECT, See: GLENNIE, MARY MARGARET, Project coordinator of Freedom Now, Fort Collins, a number of leaflets, surveys and clippings on her attempt to concentrate at least 1,000 additional libertarians in Fort Collins, in order to achieve a significant difference in Fort Collins, 100 sheets: 1, in PP1491.

FORT COLLINS PROJECT, See: SMITH, CATHY L.Z., Liberty – Fort Collins Style, 2pp: 18, in PP 1465.

FORT COLLINS PROJECT: ASAKAWA, GIL, Fort Collins, Move Over, 2pp from WESTWORD, 24-30 Jan. 1990 on Mary Margaret Glennie’s attempt to concentrate libertarians in Fort Collins, in PP 1415: 140.

FORT COLLINS PROJECT: CLARK, GREG, The Fort Collins Project, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 125.

FORTEAN TIMES, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 725.

FORTESCUE, J.W., the HON., State Socialism and the Collapse in Australia, 1894, 40pp, 29x, in PP 371.


FOSSEDAL, GREGORY A., Homelessness and the U.S. Housing Mess, 1990, 1p on William Tucker, The Excluded Americans, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

FOSTER, DAVE, Pigs and Profiteers, 1p: 90, in PP 1498.

FOSTER, DAVE, Prison & Retribution. Market Alternatives, 1p: 82, in PP 1498.

FOSTER, ELLERY, Letter, 11 Dec. 87, on a local clearing of acknowledgements of value received, based on the primitive “labor standard” notion, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

FOSTER, ELLERY, Letters, 4pp, 1983-85: 43, in PP 1470. – On money reform, mutual aid and militarism.

FOSTER, GEOFF, to ZUBE, JOHN, 19.4.96, 1p, in PP 1323: 89.

FOSTER, SARAH E., Counter-revolution in Paradise, 3pp, on NaGriamel secession, in PP 1297.

FOSTER, SARAH E., Free Choice in Home Birth, 1p, in PP 1356.

FOTIADES, PETER, A two-sided look at incentives, 5pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

FOUCAULT, MICHEL, Georges Canguilhem: Philosopher of Error, I & C (Ideology & Consciousness) No. 7, autumn 80, 51-62, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1688, headed: Error: The History of Life & Knowledge.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, A literature of freedom survey, 17pp, 24x in PP 50-54. Literature List 1979-1980, 4pp, 24x in PP 107-108, A Literature of Freedom, 1980-81, 4pp, 29x, in PP 316-318, A Literature of Freedom, 1983/84, 16pp, 29x, in PP 503, Books from FEE, A Literature of Freedom, 1988-1989, 31pp, in PP 818. Books from FEE, A Literature of Freedom, 1988-89, 31pp, in PP 920.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, Cliches of Socialism, 93pp, 76 entries, from the loose leaf version produced by FEE, 24x, in PP 75.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, FEE List of online Articles, 1995, 2pp, in PP 1537: 115. – LMP has not yet downloaded these essays. Please note that LMP offers many more articles from FEE and many of its books, but not online but “only” on microfiche. LMP would also offer still more, if so many of its “Essays on Liberty” and “The Freeman” issues would not contain one to several copyrighted articles.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, FEE, In Memoriam L.E. Read, 1898-1983, 8pp, with: A Literature of Freedom, 1983/84, 16pp, 29x, in PP 503.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, FEE, What’s Past Is Prologue, A Commemorative Evening to the Foundation for Economic Education on the Occasion of Leonard Read’s 70th Birthday, FEE, 1968, 62pp, containing short contributions by Perry E. Gresham, Lawrence Fertig, Henry Hazlitt, William F. Buckley, Jr., Milton Friedman, Trygve J.B. Hoff, Friedrich von Hayek, Benjamin R. Rogge & Leonard E. Read, in PP 1,036. – We ought to get all the “prologues” for liberty together and easily, cheaply and permanently accessible before we can man a free, concerted and well enough informed play for liberty for all – to the extent that they want it for themselves. – J.Z. 10.6.98.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, Notes from FEE, July 1979, 4pp, 24x, in PP 64-65. I would gladly film the whole set, if I could get it complete, in excellent photocopies. – J.Z.

FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, Abortion, A Woman’s Right to Choose? 5pp, in PP 1428/29: 371. – Against abortion.

FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, Rape! Incest! Abortion? 5pp, in PP 1428/29: 380.

FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS & DEMOCRACY IN CHINA, Partial Arrest and Disappearance List Post June 3-4, 1989 Massacre in China, 10pp: 125. – Merely conventional humanitarian or democratic concern with the dozens of millions killed, tortured, incarcerated or and hundreds of millions of exploited victims of totalitarian communism – although quite justified, is simply not enough and will not shake its foundations. But publication of libertarian and liberating programmes of alternative governments and free societies for Chinese people, according to their own individual and free choice (once they are given that chance), could, if they are sufficiently publicized and discussed, lead to almost non-violent libertarian revolutions or military insurrections and also to the destruction of the anti-people or mass murder devices in the hands of these totalitarians and, finally, of all others. How tyrannicide, amnesty and nuclear disarmament could be combined, minimizing the risks for hundreds of millions, I have described in my peace program in PEACE PLANS 61-63. Does a still better peace and liberation program exist anywhere? Please, do point it out to me. While economic liberalization does lead to degrees of political liberalization, too, at least in the long run, this kind of limited and also, territorially still totalitarian and limited political liberalization is not enough to end these tragedies fast and prevent even worse ones. The libertarian alternative must “build golden bridges” even to the remaining communist faithful. They must get their chance to continue to practise their own ideals, at their own expense and risk, under exterritorial autonomy in their own volunteer communities. With that way-out opened to them, they will not desperately resist the liberation of the non-communists and of the dissenting communists and socialists. A start might be made by recognizing exterritorial autonomy for Chinese volunteer communities, of whatever kind, first in one country and then in many, most and finally all countries in the world. Only much better ideas, combined with their practice, can defeat totalitarians without further huge costs in lives, liberty and property. Even rats, if they are cornered, will fight back. These rats have nuclear weapons, so the conventional resistance against them and their like is too risky. Among the many alternative to be offered are almost instant, productive and paid jobs to dozens to hundreds of millions of Chinese unemployed and under-employed, which only the introduction of monetary freedom – which may have been first practised to some extent in China – can make possible. Now this tradition is forgotten there and not yet sufficiently known, appreciated and developed in the West. While mass unemployment exists anywhere, any existing degree of authoritarianism and totalitarianism could easily get worse rather than better. The same applies to fast inflations, like that currently existing, still under the communist central banking system, in Russia. – PIOT, J.Z., 1.1.1999.

FOUNDATION FOR PPSS, We can blow the whistle on government waste!, 22pp in PP 851.FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MONETARY EDUCATION, THE, NY, FAME, home page and publication list, provided by Robert Carnaghan, 5pp, 1996, in PP 1395: 114.

FOUNDATION REPORT, No. 4, in Claustrophobia II/4, in PP 934.

FOUNDATIONS: HAYSOM, CHEETAH, Generous Americans, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 273.

FOUR LAW DRAFTS TO FIGHT DEFLATION, PREVENT INFLATION AND LOWER INTEREST RATES, PP 40, 315, 394, 428ff(S.285ff, 390ff, 421ff), 523, 534, 598, 2785; 806, 890 (French in 778-783).

FOURTH WORLD REVIEW, No. 40, contents list and subscription appeal only, 1p, in PP 1262.

FOURTH WORLD, First Assembly, leaflet, n.d., 4pp, 29x, in PP 878.

FOURTH WORLD, leaflet, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.

FOWLE, DAVID ALLYN, Rebuttal of “The Trouble with Anarchy” – Part III, 1p, in PP 1311: 63.

FOWLER, CHARLES T., Corporations, in THE SUN, a bi-monthly publication devoted to Co-operation, I/3, new series, May & June 1886, 28pp, “with special reference to railways and telegraphs”, in PP 1124.

FOWLER, CHARLES T., Land Tenure, in THE SUN, I/5, May + June 1887, 27pp, in PP 1124.

FOWLER, Nick, Interview with Prof. D.M. Armstrong, An., Honi Soit, 3.6.86, 3pp, 29x, in PP 631.

FOWLER, WILLIAM J., Jr. & WALBERG, HERBERT J., Expenditure and Size Efficiencies of Public School Districts, 1988, 24pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

FOX, EMMET, I Love You Love, a poem 1p, n.d. – I’m under the impression that poetry and songs mainly help to perpetuate sheer nonsense. – J.Z.

FOX-GENOVESE, ELIZABETH, Physiocracy and the Overthrow of the Ancient Regime, paper delivered at the Western Society for French History, Dec. 4-6, 75, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p316, headed: Individualism, Property and Revolt.

FOXWELL, H.S., Bibliography of the English Socialist School, chronologically, to 1885, 76pp, including many coop and some related anarchist, utopian & currency reform titles,, in PP 1308: 75- 93.

FOXWELL, H.S., Introduction to MENGER, ANTON, The Right to the Whole Produce of Labour, 110pp, in PP 1308: 2-29. – See my note to Menger’s book. – J.Z.

FRACKENPOHL, A., Alte Methoden – neue Wege in der Werbung, 1 S., Treuhaender, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 208. – K.Z. las, schrieb und veroeffentlichte viel ueber die “Werbung” und so wenig ueber die gegenseitige und fast kostenfreie Werbung die in einem gemeinsamen Markt, hier fuer Ideen, besteht. Manchmal sieht man den Wald vor lauter Baeumen nicht. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

FRACTAL REPORT, Porthtowan, Letter by John de Rivaz, 9 Oct. 92: 407; & 11 Sep. 92, 1p: 409, J.Z. to J.de R., 25.9. 93, 3pp: 411, in PP 1293/95.


FRACTIONAL vs. 100% RESERVE BANKING, 787, 791, 911. – I favour monetary freedom vs. both exclusive currency systems. – J.Z.

FRAGEN DER FREIHEIT, Zahlen zum Nachdenken, ueber den deutschen Geldumlauf, 1913-1966, Sept. 68, 2pp, in PP 814. (I would love to see e.g. an updated tabulation, covering ca 100 years, of this kind, for each of the major countries, perhaps side by side with a gold price or other index, with indications on where and when legal tender and central bank monopoly came in. J.Z.)

FRAGER, J.M., A Look at Gustav Landauer, 2pp: 61, in PP 1501.

FRAGMENTS, A Quarterly Journal of Individual Opinion, incomplete, 68pp, in PP 934.

FRAGMENTS, January 1963 – December 1985, all issues by middle 1990, chief editor Jack Schwartzman, with some letters and clippings, 377pp, in PP 963-965. (This periodical demonstrates very well the uphill struggle one begins when one attempts to publish a printed periodical, on paper, rather than frequently microfilming all the texts one desires and can obtain, and making them thus permanently and cheaply accessible upon demand. For every addiction there is a price to be paid. J.Z.)

FRAGMENTS, Leaflet, 1p, of August 1998, 125, in PP 1518. – It calls itself the “World’s Oldest and Greatest Individualist Magazine”. Is it? – J.Z.

FRAGMENTS, vol. 33, summer 95, 13pp, in PP 1312/1314: 253-365.FRANCE, ANATOLE, See: NOMAD, MAX, Comrade Anatole. The Political Evolution of Anatole France, 1959, 14pp: 64, in PP 1471.

FRANCHISING, PP 988, 1105,

FRANCIS, DAVID R., Has America Become a Socialist Country? 1p, on pension funds socialism, 29x, in PP 294-297.

FRANCIS, MARK, Herbert Spencer and the Myth of Laissez-Faire, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, 39, April-June 78, 317-328, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p323, headed: Spencer and Laissez-Faire. I pointed out 2 gross errors in this short summary. – J.Z.

FRANCIS, TONI, Dauerwellen – selbst gemacht, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 136. – Solche Neuerungen sollte man doch den Massenmedien ueberlassen. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

FRANCKE, LINDA BIRD, A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, 83, 2pp, in PP 1407: 46. – A crisis nursery for battered children in immediate danger.

FRANK, HERMAN, Moral Decay of Our Society, 2pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.

FRANKE, DAVID, Volunteer Army vs. National Service, The Case for a Volunteer Army, 1969, 30pp, published by Constitutional Alliance, Lansing, Michigan, in PP 965.

FRANKEL, CHARLES, Sociobiology and its Critics, COMMENTARY 63, July 79, 39-47, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p606, headed: Sociobiology’s Program and Weakness.

FRANKFURTER ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG, Einzelhandel will eigene Kreditkarte, 1 S., 87, in PP 1400: 121. – An das eigene Ladenfundationsgeld denkt er immer noch nicht. – J.Z.

FRANKFURTER ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG, Frankreichs Katzenjammer nach dem Rausch der Verstaatlichungen, 1988, 2 S.: 191, in PP 1478.

FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU, Computer hilft beim Tauschen, 1p, 24.10.88, 29x, in PP 867.

FRANKLIN, B., La science du Bonhomme Richard et autres opuscules, in PP 778-783.

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, An Apology for Printers, edited and with an introduction by Randolph Goodman, a prefatory note by Philip Wittenberg; and wood engravings by John De Pol, Book Craftsmen Associates, N.Y., 1955, 41pp, in PP 986. (For how long have the book craftsmen left this classic defence of freedom of the press out of print? – J.Z.)

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, Autobiography, condensed, with an introduction by D. Milton Whiteside, 1944, 29pp, in E. Haldeman-Julius Publications, Digest 15, in PP 1164.

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, 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.

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, See: CLARK, RONALD W., Benjamin Franklin, Random House, N.Y., 1983, 530pp: 431, in PP 1529-33.

FRANSON, ROBERT WILFRED, The Shadow of the Ship, Review, 1p, of this SF story, by William H. Stoddard, in PP 1325: 76.FRANZ, JAMES J., Review of BURRIS, ALAN, A Liberty Primer, 1p & 1p adv. for the book, in PP 1382/85: 207.

FRANZ, WANDA, Dr., Post Abortion Syndrome Explained, 1p, press report only, QRTL, in PP 1428/29: 417.

FRANZEN, DON ERIK, Science and the First Amendment: The Case of Wilhelm Reich, LAW AND LIBERTY 4, Spring 78, 1-3, 6-8, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p505, headed: Freedom of Scientific Inquiry.

FRANZEN, DON, Forethoughts of the Post-Revolutionary World, 1970, 1p from PROTOS, in PP 1409/10: 183.

FRANZEN, DON, The Ideas. Forethoughts on the Post-revolutionary World, 2pp: 87, in PP 1468.

FRANZEN, DON, The Individual, the State & the Draft, 1p: 98, in PP 1469.

FRANZI, EMIL, 1776: A Buffoonery, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 264.

FRANZI, EMIL, Rednecks and Radicalism, 1p, in PP 1297.

FRASER FORUM, May 1984, a sample, Fraser Institute, Canadian equivalent to the IEA, 24pp, in PP 814.

FRASER FORUM, Vancouver, The Fraser Institute. Some samples, all of this publication that are in my possession: July – October 1989; December 1990 & January 1991, 260pp: 1, in PP 1515. – If I had them all, I would be tempted to microfiche them all. Why don’t YOU fiche them all and supply a FULL index to ALL the publications of the Fraser Institute – and others, all on the road to a libertarian encyclopaedia? Some are very short articles- but they can be all the more effective for that very reason, in at least some instances. Who reads whole tomes? So many excellent articles are all too dispersed, unknown and inaccessible. Most could be combined on a few CD-ROMs or a few thousand microfiche. Do not keep freedom’s wisdom statements apart and dispersed or expensive and inaccessible. – J.Z.

FRASER INSTITUTE, See: MILLER, VINCENT H., The Fraser Institute, 4pp: 267, in PP 1506/07.FRASER VALLEY PEACE LETTER, Jan. 91, 8pp, reproduced as is, in PP 1270.

FRASER, BYRON, vs ROSENBLUM, HENRY, on Anarcho – Individualism, transcript of a letter exchange of 1980, 5pp, with 1p of notes by J.Z. & 2pp of a letter by J.Z. to B.F., 29.3.95, in PP 1256.

FRASER, IAN, Acting on Principle, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 24.

FRASER, IAN, Club Sovereign International, “People Who Are Achieving Privacy, Prosperity and Peace of Mind”, 1998, 6pp, in PP 1537: 183. – There are limits to achieving that within the nation-wide territorial concentration camps and under nuclear “umbrellas”.- J.Z.

FRASER, IAN, Earth Worshippers, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 259.FRASER, IAN, Global Cannibalism? 1p against foreign aid, in PP 1336 – 39: 70.FRASER, IAN, Slaying Socialism, 1p. On State Socialism, in PP 1336 – 39: 287. S. has numerous forms. At least some are very close to libertarian free enterprise and free market capitalism. – J.Z.

FRASER, IAN, The Liberation of Learning, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 343.

FRASER, MICHELLE, Multiple Connections; Anarchism & Feminism, 8pp: 41, in PP 1481.

FRASER, SUZANNE & RANCE, JAKE, Free speech: Whose speech, whose freedom? 7pp: 47, in PP 1481. – Neither showed ANY interest in the freedom of expression opportunities provided by microfilm. – Tunnel vision! – J.Z.

FRAUENGRUPPE IM LIBERTAEREN FORUM, Anarchismus u. Feminismus, 2 S.: 96, in PP 1476.

FRAZER, HUGH, Skirmish Politics, 29x, 3pp, in PP 516.

FRAZIER, MARK, A Heretical Approach to Urban Problems, 3pp, in PP 1158.

FRAZIER, MARK, Introducing Left – Right Libertarianism, 1p, in PP 1158.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Amsterdam Revisited, PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES No. 9, 2pp: 57, in PP 1487.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Casual Sex & Morality: A Kantian – Libertarian Analysis, 1992, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 18, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Defending Pornography, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 177.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Feminists Against Censorship: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Freewill: A Leibnitzian – Libertarian Solution, 92, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 65.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Radical Feminism: An Expose, 92, 2pp, in PP 1334 / 35: 39.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Sexual Liberation, 1991, 4pp, LA Political Notes, No. 64, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FREDERICK, DANNY, The Futility of Egalitarianism. Some reflections inspired by Julian Le Grand’s STRATEGY OF EQUALITY, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 9.

FREDERICK, DANNY, The Tyranny of the GUARDIAN – Readers, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 107.

FREDERICK, DANNY, Why Compulsory Competitive Tendering for Local Government Services Is not as Good as Privatisation, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

FREDERICKS, SHIRLEY F., A Proposal for Freedom, 4pp: 95, in PP 1482. – She discusses Stirner somewhat but makes the involuntary joke, judging by life spans, that “Max Stirner… helped Godwin and Proudhon lay the theoretical foundations of anarchist thought.” – Godwin, 1756-1836, Stirner, 1806-1856, Proudhon, 1809-1865. Godwin may have had an influence on young Stirner and Proudhon but hardly otherwise around. Only half of Proudhon’s writings seem to be published so far. Does he anywhere refer to Stirner? – J.Z.

FREE AMERICA … FROM THE INCOME TAX HOAX AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE FRAUD, a compilation by? date? Obtained where? 44pp, in PP 1247. – It contains, alas, some Social Credit ideas.

FREE AMERICA INSTITUTE, 2pp, 1992, in PP 1186. See: Terra Libra in PP 1189. 15pp in PP 1192.

FREE AMERICA INSTITUTE, Letter from Frederick Mann, 15 Oct. 1992, 1 p, in PP 1214. – For his later efforts see TERRA LIBRA.

FREE BANKING PROFESSORS, DIRECTORY, First compilation, n.d., supplied to me by Theo Megalli, 3/89, 1p, 29x, in PP 865.


FREE CHOICE, See: ROBERTS, CHARLES S., The Land of Free Choice, 6pp: 15, in PP 1529-33.

FREE COINAGE, PP 905, 969, 1111 (Silver, with legal tender! “Free” official coinage, subsidizing silver mining ).

FREE COINAGE, Private, Competitive, without Legal Tender Privileges, PP 731. See Monetary Freedom.

FREE COINAGE, See: GROSECLOSE, ELGIN, Manning the Sea Walls, 5pp: 352, in PP 1529-33. – Favours free coinage to maintain the value standard, not monetary freedom for exchange media and clearing avenues. – J.Z.

FREE COINAGE, The Free Coinage Scheme is Impracticable at every Point, PP 237/38 (Sumner, 1896). “Free” silver coinage at a legally fixed price against gold and with legal tender value against all creditors, is hardly an example of “free coinage”. – J.Z.




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

FREE ENERGY OPTIONS, 9pp, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest.


FREE ENTERPRISE SERIES, Sydney, 8pp, in PP 852.

FREE ENTERPRISE SUPER, 2pp leaflet, 29x in PP 729.




FREE ENTERPRISE, MORAL CASE, PP 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 1)

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: ANON., Popular Myths about Socialism & Free Enterprise, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 153.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: BOCK, ALAN W., Moratorium on a Misused Term (free enterprise), 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 280. – Most terms used by anarchists and libertarians ought to be revised – and revision proposals should be part of a libertarian – anarchist encyclopaedia. Compare: SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Enterprising Americans, 1p flyer, in PP 1409/10: 149.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: IMBERMAN, A. A., Free Enterprise: The Worker’s View, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 15.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: JONES, JOYCE F., Was Free Enterprise ever Free? Part I, Mercantilism in the Land of Columbus, 12pp, Part II, The Rise and Fall of the Laissez-Faire Ideals. 13pp, in PP 1376: 268 & 293.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: PENWALT CORPORATION, The Competitive Enterprise System. We believe in it… here’s why: 2pp adv., 76, in PP 1317: 141-142.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., The Public Interest of Private Enterprise – and the Private Interest of Public Policy, 5pp: 164, in PP 1529- 33.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: PP 48-49, 247, 369, 378-380, 392, 414, 490, 516, 524, 711, 722, 919, 920, 1004, 1015,

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: SULZBACH, WALTER, How to Defend Free Enterprise, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 276. – Let us establish it first and make it fully free in every sphere! – J.Z.

FREE ENTERPRISE, See: UPDATE, editorial, 1p, in PP 277/278: 205. – Instance: After 20 years I am still almost the only libertarian and anarchist who uses microfilm extensively – although this opportunity is open and affordable for almost anyone. Where are the enterprising and pioneering libertarians and anarchists? Why do they remain addicted almost exclusively to print on paper? Why do most of them not even utilize all their digital, e.g. floppy disk & text-only CD-ROM publishing and reading opportunities, which they are supposed to favour, too? – Why do thousands to ten-thousands of computer fans let themselves be outproduced by one using a supposedly outdated technology like microfiche? – J.Z., 7.10.97.

FREE ENTERPRISE, Sydney, all issues, Vol I/1 – II/12, 1973-1976, 24x, in PP 36-39.

FREE EXCHANGE RATES, See: WINDER, GEORGE, Currency Convertibility, 2pp, from 63pp IEA book: The Free Convertibility of Sterling, in PP 1418: 45. – Merely against foreign exchange controls. – J.Z. – See: PP 6, 246, 804.


FREE EXCHANGE, The Only Solution to the Labour Problem, ed. By Henry Seymour, Nos. I-III, May-July 1892, 12pp, in PP 803.

FREE IMMIGRATION: 2 further clippings on free migration, in PP 1366: 122. – See: Asylum, Desertion, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Refugees.

FREE KANSAN, THE, Kansas LP, Sep/Oct. 89 & May/June 90, 10pp, all on hand, in PP 1270.

FREE LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF NEW YORK, The Libertarian Party, an introduction, 6pp, n.d.: 11, in PP 1504.

FREE LIBERTARIAN, III/11-12: Nov.- Dec. 74, 12pp. Was monthly newsletter of Free Libertarian Party, in PP 1273.

FREE LIFE (Poland St.), Socialism Is Dead – Statism Is Sick, 2pp, in PP 925.

FREE LIFE (Poland St.), Trade Wars, 2pp, in PP 925.

FREE LIFE EDITIONS, literature list, 12pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.

FREE LIFE, (Poland St.), A Journal of the Libertarian Alliance, III/3, 22pp: 62, in PP 1504. – IV/2, n.d., 32pp: 103, in PP 1505. – III/4 & V/2 & 3, 92pp, in PP 925. n.d., – I visited the Poland St. address and found neither an office nor a letter box there, nor anyone who knew about this group. This was all the more astonishing as in the ground floor there was a bookshop offering some anarchist and libertarian literature. My attempts to contact this group via mail were also unsuccessful. Did it vanish into thin air? Has it got another address? – J.Z., 26.5.98.

FREE LIFE, Journal of the Libertarian Alliance, London, I/1-III/2, except I/2, Winter 1979 to February 1983, 254pp, 29x, in PP 694. Volume 3, Nos. 3/4 ( consecutive numbers 11 & 12 ), July 83, volume 4, Nos. 1/2 (consecutive numbers 13 & 14 ), n.d. (both double issue are in reduced format in the original and here re-enlarged to fit the format of this collection ), and consecutive numbers 15 & 16, Nov. 91, May 92, 172pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – Now edited by Sean GABB, L.A.’s journal, Nos. 15-21 are now available: list, 2pp, in PP 1281/82. III/4 & V/2 & 3, 92pp, in PP 925.

FREE LOVE, See: BAKER, POLLY, or OLTON, SARA, Free Love in “Ye Olden Time”, ca. 3pp: 86, in PP 1481. – See also : PP 1102, 957. Apart from the pleasures attained, and ignoring the side effects, i.e., concentrating on the personal and financial sacrifices that are made for it – and for more or less official marriages or relationships – it becomes obvious that a drug-like addiction is involved: Man and women in the power of their glands, their pheronomes and their sexual phantasies, or, as Sociobiology would assert, as the playthings of their genes. To that extent, freedom, in an absolute sense, is not involved, although personal value system and choices are, to some extent. – By all means, freedom for the responsible expression of emotional preferences, too, but also awareness that this is only a small segment of total liberty. How much do young guys, who, as a rule, think 400 – 600 times a day about sex, think about liberty? – J.Z., 5.6.98.


FREE MARIN, A Journal of Ideas for the Libertarian / Free Market Community, Kentfield, CA, editor & Publisher: Dan P. Dougherty. Only issue on hand: II/3, April 77, 12pp, in PP 1111.




FREE MARKET ADVERTISER, THE, Articles & Essays, 4pp, on monetary freedom, in this forerunner of THE ANTHONY HARGIS LETTER, in PP 25.


FREE MARKET ECONOMICS, A Basic Reader, PP 977, A Syllabus, PP 976.

FREE MARKET ENTERPRISES, Internet entry, referring to more than a dozen free-market organizations, 1p, and Links for Libertarians, 1p, in PP 1395: 121.

FREE MARKET FOUNDATION OF S.A., 1p letter, 11 July 88, in PP 848.

FREE MARKET LEGAL SYSTEMS, see: MACMASTER, MIKE, A History of Law and Free Market Legal Systems, 31pp, in PP 1,004.

FREE MARKET NET, Books, Products and Offline Content, by topic and region, 2pp , in P1541/42.

FREE MARKET NET, List of Home Pages by Subject, altogether 1249 home pages are offered, and many other services, news, calendar, articles, studies, whole books online, jobs, 2p, in PP 1541/42.

FREE MARKET NETWORK, Hebron, KY, 2pp introduction to this libertarian Internet service, 2pp, application, 2pp questionnaire, with my 6pp reply, in PP 1351: 194-205. – May they prosper and the libertarian movement through them! I still doubt that they will. Please prove me wrong! – J.Z., 9/97.

FREE MARKET REPORTER, formerly the INTERNATIONAL SHORTAGE REPORTER, dedicated to the expansion of black markets, counter – economics, underground business and other forms of free economic transactions between consenting adults. Some samples: I/12 (Aug. 77), II/1 (Oct. 77), II/2 (Dec. 77), all on hand, 24pp, in PP 1111. Dec.77 sample copy, 8pp, 29x, also in PP 855. Published by the Freedom Fellowship Church, San Francisco, editor: Dave Fowler. It was published in conjunction with FREEDOM TODAY.

FREE MARKET YELLOW PAGES, 1987/1988, DAGNY ENTERPRISES, 108pp, 29x, in PP 726, 1986, 60pp, 42x, in PP 637, 1p leaflet, 42x, in PP 680, 1984 edition, 24pp, 29x, in PP 622.

FREE MARKET, See: MATHEWS, DON, The Free Market Lifts All Boats, CHALCEDON REPORT, June 1997, 1p, 121, in PP 1453.

FREE MARKET, See: POIROT, PAUL L., Problems the Free Market CAN’T solve, 6pp: 105, in PP 1529- 33. – I firmly believe that a fully free market for all creative services, one that “releases all creative energies”, in L.E. READ’S terms, would, sooner or later, come to solve all problems that are solvable, which would include many of those which we now consider to be “insolvable”. – J.Z., 22.11.98.

FREE MARKET, Sydney, Nos. 1-7, 1979-1980, edited by Lynne Taylor and Michael Darby, 314pp, 24x, in PP 76 A-D (4 microfiche).

FREE MARKET, THE, from THE LUDWIG VON MISES INSTITUTE, some sample issues: Feb. 85, Apr. 85, Sept, 85, Nov. 85, Feb. 86, Mar. 86, Sep. 86, Dec. 86, Mar. 87, Apr. 87, July 87, Aug. 87, Sep. 87, 80 pp., 48x, in PP 739, issues 6/85 & 8/85, 29x, in PP 576, further samples : Nov. 87 – July 88, Oct. 88 – Dec. 88, all on hand, 100 pp in PP 847.



FREE MIGRATION, See IMMIGRATION, FREE. (While emigration barriers exist, too, they are, in most instances, less of an obstacle. J.Z.)

FREE MIGRATION, See: HEALY, PATRICK J. & NG POON CHEW, A Statement for Non-Exclusion, San Francisco, Nov. 1905, 255pp, in PP 1231. One of the all too few works for free migration.

FREE MIGRATION, See: HENDERSON, GERARD, Keep your tired and poor, SMH, Nov. 29, 94, clipping, 1p, favouring free migration, in PP 276.

FREE MIGRATION, See: SHARP, MICHAEL & CATALANO, ANITA, Migrants, the facts behind the faces. Australians at work: why high immigration is good for us, 2pp, SMH 11.10.93, in PP 1366: 120. – LMP would like hints towards all free migration articles, leaflets, papers and books, especially when they defend it as an individual right. I assert that immigrants have also the right not to integrate, if they do not want to, and, instead, to become or remain exterritorialy independent, together with other and like-minded volunteers, in their own communities, not claiming any exclusive territories for themselves, their own private or cooperative properties excepted.

FREE NATION FOUNDATION, See: HAMMER, RICHARD & FORMULATIONS, in PP 1365. – Some of their articles and newsletters are close to panarchism but they put them under copyrights and show no interest in other writings on this subject. – J.Z., 10.6.98.

FREE NATION, THE, The Freedom Association, 2pp leaflet, in PP 897.

FREE NEW YORK, The Libertarian Alternative, Dec. 86, Fall 87, May 87, Winter-Spring 88, 32pp, in PP 1270.


FREE PERSPECTIVES on Economics and the Environment, Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment, June 89 & Jan. 90 issues, 32pp, in PP 478. On free market approaches to conservation, forests, pollution etc.

FREE PHILOSOPHER QUARTERLY, THE, Carrollton, then Bellevue, Editor John L. Quel, Summer 1983 – Spring 1995, complete? 301pp, copyrighted: 1-151 , in PP 1479. – I/1, Summer 83; I/2, Fall 83; I/3, Winter 83; II/1, Spring 84; II/2, Summer 84; II/3, Fall 84; II/4, Winter 84/85; III/1, Spring 85. Was there a III/2, Summer 85 issue? I do not know. On August 1, 85, John L. Quel informed that TFPQ has ceased publication. See sheet 151. Micrographically it might have been continued and expanded, due to much lower costs of labour, production and mailing, as well as of storage. Moreover, on-demand publishing on microfiche does not require many subscribers. As for financing it: Even a single person as publisher or editor could afford to subsidize is permanent in-print upon demand production technique in this format. I would have like to see some publishing philosophy in this journal on this freedom of expression and information as well as information storage and retrieval option. – Copyrights do not make most writers, publishers and editors rich, especially not when they are members of the freedom movement. Nor do they assure that their works get into and remain in print. Since I do not make any money with this microfiche reproduction but have to subsidize it myself, I believe that I do not infringe any financial interests of John L. Quel by reproducing his journal in this format. For a little outlay he could do so any time himself, deriving any profit he might be able to manage to extract from it, while telling me to cease and desist. I would not complain about this but rather welcome such an effort. Then he could easily add also all the material that he had to reject for the limited number of pages that he could then afford to publish. I do hold that this periodical was a worthwhile effort, one which ought to be made accessible now to anyone interested, at least in this format. If III/2, Summer 85, did appear then I offer 10 LMP microfiche, your choice, to the first who supplies it, in original or excellent photocopy. J.Z., 5/98.

FREE PORTS, PP 984, 1007, 1020.

FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, A 1p introduction, in PP 812.

FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, Question with Vigor, 2pp, 1988, in PP 1256.

FREE PRESS NETWORK, Apple Valley, III/1, Spring 1984; VIII/4, 10/11/1989; VIII/5, 11/12/1989, samples, 26pp: 1, in PP 1482. Michael Grossberg, Director. – Vol. III , No. 2, Summer 1984, a sample, 8pp, 29x, in PP 859, sheet 741..

FREE PRESS, PP 988/89, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 52). See: J.S. MILL, On Liberty, MILTON, Areopagitica, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, An Apology for Printers: PP 986, THEODORE SCHROEDER.

FREE PRESS, Should Be a Property Rights Question, according to C. Watner, PP 914. But micrographic freedom of press expression and freedom of information requires only pocket money, not capital. Anyone can stop arguing about freedom of press opportunities, press barons and censorship by publishers and editors and simply use micrographic opportunities, provided by very high technology micrographic agencies at VERY competitive prices per page. Naturally, consumer and reader sovereignty means that anyone is free to refuse to read any paper or microfilm output. – J.Z.

FREE RADICAL, THE, N.Z., WWW Site, 1996, ½ page home page, in PP 1535: 207. Editor@freeradical.co.nz

FREE RADICAL, THE, Wellington, N.Z., Nos. 1-17, May 95 – March 96, 496pp. Editor: Lindsay Perigo, in PP 1336 – 39: 1-496. – Note, that at this stage all back issues are still in print, at $ 8 each. See their contents list for 1-16 on page 495. If you prefer the print – pay your way. It is in my opinion the best libertarian journal produced in this part of the world – right after my own PEACE PLANS. I do hope they can keep it up or, alternatively, will produce it and much more on microfiche and or CD-ROMs. According to its editorial policy, it upholds “individual sovereignty. But I have still to find it advocating individual secessionism and full exterritorial autonomy (or panarchism). Maybe it will, later. – Michael Taylor sent me the set in exchange for some of my material, especially towards their planned large (1,000pp) libertarian bibliography and assured me that THE FREE RADICAL would welcome its fiching, on my usual basis: A non-exclusive and revocable permission, given free of charge and putting all risks and costs upon me. – Today I got news from Chris Tame, London L.A.: “My Bibliography of Freedom is progressing nicely. I reckon it will be about 3 volumes of 600 pp each in length, when it’s finished.” I would like to see these two, my own, the anarchist one of Michael Vaux, and others, to be integrated into a still larger, comprehensive and continuously growing common one, welcoming relevant entries from anybody. – Imagine these FREE RADICAL and all other articles, essays, books, leaflets, papers, etc., integrated in a libertarian ideas archive and information centre, with any segment being cheaply available on microfiche, disks, text only CD-ROMs and on line, at their prices, an information resource that is permanent but constantly updated and continuously growing, supplemented, cross-referenced, surveyed, abstracted, reviewed, discussed, classified, indexed, automatically searchable, – but most of all, comprehensive. Never mind the repetitions. You could follow your chosen guides or editors. The best slogans, refutations, definitions and arguments for liberty, so far found, would naturally be included, there, too. A genuine encyclopaedia for enlightenment, a world freedom library accessible easily and fast enough to everybody. Even the best freedom magazine or book, taken separately, or with only a few others, are not enough. – We have to get our whole act together, with no voice, pen, typewriter or word processor being ignored. – My LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHE PUBLISHING pilot scheme and my text only CD-ROM project and Ideas Archive involvement do all work towards that aim. – If we remain in our little cubicles and expend all our energies and resources only in them, then we will never make it. – By all means, we need division of labour, much more of it than is presently the case between us, with free and sufficiently used communication and exchange channels, to keep us in touch with all positive freedom ideas and all worthwhile criticism, achieving thus sufficient mutual correction and cross-fertilization. – We have the ideas, the talents, the resources and the tools between us – but we are still far from using all of them optimally for our purposes. But do not expect everything to come from the INTERNET, either. All affordable media ought to be used by us, in their strengths, to the fullest. I for one could do without the fancy printing, colouring and layout of this magazine. That would also permit a lower price. Can’t freedom lovers accept their texts straight and simple any more? Do they have to be fancied up and popularized, too, given the pop TV treatment? – Admittedly, this is a rather minor objection to an otherwise and generally excellent magazine, that offers also some humour or satire, mostly not listed, here, horror and praise files and letters. The latter, alas, without mentioning the address. – J.Z., 18.9.96.

FREE RADIO ASSOCIATION, U.K., 1968 Newsletter, 3pp, in PP 1,019.


FREE SOCIETY GROUP OF CHICAGO, The World Scene From The Libertarian Point Of View, 1951, 95pp, with contributions by Maximoff, Rocker, Meltzer, Woodcock, Souchy and others, 29x, in PP 542.

FREE SOCIETY, 2/3, n.d., 1994 according to illustration, 32pp, in PP 474. – The kind of publication that turns many enlightened, rational & ethical people AGAINST anarchism. – J.Z.

FREE SOCIETY, See: PP 173 – 176, 282, 316-318 (Ebeling on Hayek), 349, 376, 481 (Molinari), 528 (Georgist), 706, 995, 1012 (Opitz), 1140.

FREE SOCIETY, WHEN IS A SOCIETY FREE? – An appeal of 1970 to Peace Plans & Contacts readers in the Sydney area, which led to the Ayn Rand Discussion Group, later AIR, The Alliance for Individual Rights, that to the Workers Party and that to almost nothing, largely wasted efforts. A better organization and publication of meetings and extensive microfiche publishing could, I believe, have achieved much more. – J.Z.

FREE SPEECH AND PORNOGRAPHY Interview with Jim Buckley & Al Goldstein, conducted by Ralph Fucetola III & Walter Block, 1972, 6pp, in PP 1,027.

FREE SPEECH COMMITTEE, Bexley South, 95? 3pp: 121, in PP 1475. – Membership Form, 1p, 1995, Bexley South, NSW, in PP 474.FREE SPEECH VICTIM – JESUS CHRIST, PP 1033.

FREE SPEECH, FREE PRESS, FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION: BIESER, SCOTT, Free Speech vs. the Liberal Media, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 319.

FREE SPEECH, See: BURROUGHES, TOM, Free Speech, Privacy, Property & Contract in the Electronic Age: A Journalist’s View, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 115.

FREE SPEECH, See: HENTOFF, NAT, Free Speech: A Bumpy Road, 8pp: 89, in PP 1506/07.


FREE SPEECH, See: KENNEDY TAYLOR, JOAN, Review, in PP 1325: 89.

FREE SPEECH, See: MORTON, JAMES F., Jr., A Monumental Defence of Free Speech, 5pp, reviewing Theodore Schroeder’s “Obscene Literature & Constitutional Law”, in PP 1359.

FREE SPEECH, See: O’BRIEN, GERALDINE, Deported ‘Martyr” Remembered. 1p, 96, in PP 1349: Deported for free speech: Joseph Gerrald: 121.

FREE SPEECH, See: PP 424, 986, 989, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 45), see FOOTE, E.B., SCHROEDER, THEODORE, OPEN AIR SPEAKING CENTRES.

FREE SPEECH, See: STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Free Speech, 3pp, early leaflet of LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, London, in PP 1407: 152.

FREE SPEECH, See: WHEATCROFT, GEOFFREY, The Threat to Free Speech from the Left, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 129.

FREE SPEECH, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Freedom of Speech under Siege, 6pp, in PP 1445: 44. – Another version of the same leaflet, 6pp: 46.


FREE TEXAS, LP of Texas, incomplete: IX/1, 1980 – IX/4; X/1, Wi. 80/81 – X/3, Summer 81, 133pp, in PP 1378/81: 303-435. – Each issue deals with one subject: New Decade Issue; Civil Liberties Issue; Government in Crisis Issue; Business Issue; Future of Freedom Issue; Future Issue; Local Problems, Libertarian Solutions Issue (Urban Issue); Education Issue. – Since it is more centered on discussing issues than persons and party campaigns, I would like to get the complete set for microfiching! – J.Z., 97.


FREE TRADE ADVOCATE, THE, Philadelphia, 1829, vol. I, Nos. 1-3, edited by Condy RAGUET, 48pp, in PP 1228. Please note that another microfilm publisher is able to offer the whole set. I could not because the tightly bound original, which Michael Green made accessible to me, was already too brittle for complete photocopying without damaging it. – J.Z.

FREE TRADE AUTHORITY, a prospectus, 29x, in PP 598.

FREE TRADE CONGRESS, See: 2nd. International Free Trade Congress, Antwerp, 1910, here only handwritten notes on the subjects, 1p, on sheet 166, in PP 497/498. Were there more such congresses? Were their reports published?

FREE TRADE CONGRESS, See: REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL FREE TRADE CONGRESS, London, August 1908, extensively indexed, many famous participants, 657pp, in PP 497/498. Published 1913 or 1914? – Not a complete report but here as complete as published. I was particularly interested in contributions by Winston Churchill, Yves Guyot, Max Hirsch, M.G. de Molinari, Louis F. Post, Russell Rea, Prof. Sumner and John de Witt Warner. – J.Z.

FREE TRADE LEAGUE, 51 Free Trade Leaflets and Speeches, 1910, 29x, in PP 568.

FREE TRADE OR TARIFFS, A Debate on Growth Strategy, a MANHATTAN REPORT debate, 6pp, in PP 1538: 90. – Should one speak of “growth” when free and natural growth is everywhere interfered with? – Try to make “grass” “grow” by grabbing it and pulling it up! – Only these interventionists and their favourites “make” money out of this – which is forcefully taken from others, who are really productive. – J.Z.

FREE TRADE SERIES, Libertarian Microfiche Publishing: SOME OF LMP’s AMBITIONS WITH ITS FREE TRADE SUB-SERIES: (1.) Get all Free Trade vs. Protectionism writings together, at least in a complete bibliography, if not in full texts, in one Free Trade library. (2.) Reproduce them cheaply and permanently, at least on microfiche. (3.) Extract all significant facts, arguments, principles and ideas and abstract them. (4.) Alphabetize them. (5.) Cross – reference them. (6.) Publish this full and detailed discussion at least on microfiche, floppy disks and text only CD-ROMs. (7.) Use this reference work in all future controversies on this subject, determining, gradually, the most efficient replies to every relevant error myths and prejudice, and, finally, publishing these together in a handbook of the best refutations. (8.) Supplement these reference works whenever new words or argument are invented for old fallacies or arguments or whenever new facts should come to light. (9.) Collaboration and division of labour on all these steps e.g., through the Internet, consumer organizations, chambers of commerce, economics departments of universities, associations of economists and by interested laymen like myself. We should not leave this important enlightenment effort unfinished for another 150 years. (10.) Let people opt out of the protectionist systems, individually and in volunteer groups and let them practice among themselves the degrees of unilateral and multilateral Free Trade that they do want for themselves, at their own risk and expense, especially with the degrees of monetary and financial freedom (including voluntary taxation) that they do prefer. At the same time, let the Protectionists fully enjoy or, rather, suffer the maximum “protection” that they want to provide for themselves, also at their own risk and expense. I do firmly believe that the most consistent Free Traders would finally win that competition, i.e. that the Protectionists would loose all their believers, customers and victims. Even protectionist governments have already tolerated, in their own interest, duty free shops and industrial zones. Just generalize this practice and make it a matter of individual choice, independent of any government licence, board, law, jurisdiction, tax burden and regulation. With this program the Free Traders could win within a few years. And between themselves they would achieve Free Trade much sooner than they could otherwise. – PIOT, John Zube, 23 September 1996. – Please help, to make, at last, the Free Trade ideas a winning combination, fast! – J.Z., 30.9.97.


FREE TRADE, See: Ashford, Nigel, Open Borders: The Morality of Free Trade, FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES No. 29, 4pp: 27, in PP 1487.

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

FREE TRADE, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Customs Union – or Real Honest to Goodness Free Trade? 1p: 33, in PP 1515.

FREE TRADE, See: BLUNDELL, V.H., A Child’s Guide to the Understanding of Free Trade & Protective Tariffs, Part I, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 16.FREE TRADE, See: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Unions, Tariffs and the British Economy, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 50.

FREE TRADE, See: CLANCY, ROBERT, Free Trade: Practising what we Preach, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1197.

FREE TRADE, See: COBB, JOE, Free Trade, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 234.

FREE TRADE, See: COBB, JOE, Free trade, the historic way to peace, 1p, SIL, in PP 1382/85: 291.

FREE TRADE, See: COBB, JOE, Free Trade. Anything that’s Peaceful, 6pp, in PP 1445: 10.

FREE TRADE, See: CURTISS, W.M., The Topsy-Turvy Tariff Tangle, 9pp, in PP 1418: 37.

FREE TRADE, See: FREE TRADE TITLES, LMP, PEACE PLANS series, 1989 list, 10pp, 29x, in PP 896. Since then many other such titles were added. Nor all such titles are as yet separately listed. – J.Z.

FREE TRADE, See: INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL, Free Trade for a Free World, 6pp leaflet, in PP 274.

FREE TRADE, See: LAMBERT, HENRI, Pax Economica. La liberte des echanges internationaux, fondement necessaire et suffisant de la paix universelle et permanente, 1920, 321pp, 29x, in PP 611.


FREE TRADE, See: MAGUIRE, THOMAS F., Free Trade vs. Protectionism, 1983, 3pp, in PP 1252.

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

FREE TRADE, See: MILLER, VINCENT H. & ELWOOD, JAMES R., Free Trade vs. Protectionism. The Great Debate. 6pp, in PP 1445: 58.

FREE TRADE, See: PP 1 & 2, 6, 48-49, 147/48, 203, 237/38, 246, 290, 347-48, 360/1, 367 – 369, 381, 407, 410/11, 484, 489, 546, 568, 598, 602, 604/05, 609, 611 – 613, 619, 620, 625, 627, 642, 654, 658, 665, 710, 723, 737, 745, 769/70, 778-783 (CONDILLAC, NECKER), 785, 801, 807/8, 849, 919/20, 1014, 1031, 1037/38, 1040, 1052-61 (LA Libertarian Heritage 4), 1063, 1065/66, 1068/9, 1073, 1090, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1011, 1111, 1117, 1124, 1132, 1139, 1148/49, 1184. See MILHAUD, SYSTEM, CLEARING, MONETARY FREEDOM.

FREE TRADE, See: RUSSELL, DEAN, Free Trade: Domestic, Foreign, 8pp: 13, in PP 1529- 33.

FREE TRADE, See: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Free Trade: The Necessary Foundation for World Peace, FEE, here only in a 1/2p book announcement, in PP 492.

FREE TRADER, THE, No. 264, Jan.-Feb. 1952, sample copy, 12pp, 29x, in PP 706.

FREE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, Leaflet, 1p, in PP 1280.

FREE WILL, See: ARMSTRONG, DAVID, The Freedom of the Will, 5pp, in PP 1471. – From a work then in progress: 1965.

FREE WILL, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, Some Arguments for the Existence of Free Will and some Objections Answered, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 46, 4pp: 69, in PP 1487.

FREE WILL, See: FREDERICK, DANNY, Free Will: A Leibnitzian – Libertarian Solution, 92, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 65. – Unless we proceed a bit more systematically than the philosophers did so far, this discussion might remain unresolved for another 2,000 – 3,000 years! – J.Z.

FREE WILL, See: KENNY, PETER, Determinism and Free-Will, 1965, 5pp: 70, in PP 1471.

FREE WILL, See: PP 864. – Must that debate go on and on, for thousands of years, without being finalized? – It should be properly compiled, on paper, fiche and online. Seeing that so many arguments are involved, best, probably, in flow-chart discussions, or hypertext, using the modern buzz word for it. – J.Z.

FREE WILL, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Free Will and the Natural Order, 4pp: 378, in PP 1457/62.

FREE WORLD CHRONICLE, Toronto, published by LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, all of the complete further copies presently on hand: I/6 (9/10/83); II/1 (11/12/83); II/4 (5/6/84); III/2 (1985), 132pp, in PP 1445: 85. – Vol. III, No. 3, May 85, 56pp, in PP 875. Please help to get this set complete & permanently in print, at least on microfiche. We should not treat our brain-children so negligently! At least one ISIL member should have a complete set and be prepared to share it, preferably via excellent photocopies, for microfiching. – J.Z.

FREE WORLD QUESTIONAIRE, 2pp leaflet by WISDORE, AAIMI, that came with his book “Free World”, 29x, in PP 872.

FREE ZONES, See: LOROT, PASCAL, Les Zones Franches, Etitions de L’Institut Economique de Paris, 1984, 38pp, in PP 1,007.

FREE ZONES, See: NOTTEN, MICHAEL VAN, The Political Rationale for Free Zones in Europe, 24pp, in PP 1,004.

FREE ZONES, See: PP 755.

FREE, B., Have Your Child In Your Own Home, 2pp, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

FREE, THE FOUNDATION FOR RATIONAL ECONOMICS, founded by Ron Paul, 2pp, in PP 1,017.

FREE, WHO IS FREE? PP 242. Is It the Millionaire? Is It The Savage? Is It The Tramp? Is It The Civilized Man? PP 1074.

FREEDOM & COERCION, Definitions, PP 1028/29. See Slogans for Liberty.




FREEDOM & SELFISHNESS, PP 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 2).





FREEDOM ASSOCIATION, THE, The Charter of Rights and Liberties, 15 points, ca. 1977, 1p, 48x, in PP 589/590, 24x in PP 109-110..


FREEDOM BOOKS, Books on Economic Freedom & on Political Freedom, 1998, 4pp, in PP 1534: 95 .

FREEDOM BOOKS, leaflet, 2pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.

FREEDOM BOOKSHOP, London, literature list, 7pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.

FREEDOM BOOKSHOPS, 1031. Why most were or are failing, deserves a closer study. Compare LAISSEZ FAIRE BOOKS & its success. Compare also the Microfiche options. See INDIVIDUALIST BOOKSHOP, in 482. See LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHE PUBLISHING as a cheap mail order alternative. – J.Z.

FREEDOM BULLETIN, IFF, Southern Africa Office, Bryanston, Nos. 11 & 12, 1990, of vol. IV & Vol. V, Nos. 2, 4-8, 1991, incomplete.

FREEDOM BULLETIN, International Edition, Washington, IV/7,11,12, V/2,3,5-9, July 90 – Sep. 91, incomplete, in PP 1,002.

FREEDOM BULLETIN, International Freedom Foundation, London, Nos. 17, 19-21, January 1991 – September 1991, incomplete, in PP 1,002.

FREEDOM BULLETIN, V/10, 1991, The Importance of Private Ownership for Sound Environmentalism, IFF, 8pp, in PP 1256.

FREEDOM BULLETIN, V/9, 1991, Discrimination: The Poison or Foundation of Free Societies? 8pp, from International Freedom Foundation, South Africa Office, in PP 1256.

FREEDOM CALENDAR, 2pp flyer from St. Paul, in PP 1357: 113.

FREEDOM CENTER, Library, Cal. State Univ., Fullerton, to J.Z., 9 June 80, 1/2p, with reply, 8 July 80, 1/2p, in PP 907-910.

FREEDOM CONVENTIONS, Individual Constitutions or Declarations of Independence wanted, 1p, in PP 1355: 95. – See: Declarations of Independence, First Principles.

FREEDOM DAILY, Future of Freedom Foundation, home page only, ½ page, on Nov. 1998 issue, in PP 1535: 207. –info@fff.org. – Is there to be a full stop at the end of this address? I do not know. You try it. – J.Z.

FREEDOM DAILY, The Future of Freedom Foundation, Jan. – May 1990, 33pp, in PP 1,027. – Oct. 90 – Feb. 91, Apr. 91 – Sep. 92, Jan. 94, all condensed to essays and quotes, in PP 499. – FFF produces them, temporarily, mainly for temporary use, and seems to make no effort to preserve and offer the lasting values of these calendars together, permanently and cheaply, in an alternative medium. Why? – J.Z., 10.6.98.


FREEDOM DIRECTORIES, SOME, AND ARTICLES, 532pp compilation by John Zube, 29x, in PP 387-390. See also under Directories.



FREEDOM FINDER, Freedom Finder.txt, anonymous, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1535: 8. – Anarcho-capitalistic notes and resources.

FREEDOM FIRST, No. 73, January – April 1973, a sample, 29x, in PP 539. See also: PP 1013.FREEDOM FOR ECONOMIC EXPERIMENTS – IN FORM OF OPERATIONAL GAMING, PP 12.


FREEDOM IDEAS, MARKET & ARCHIVE FOR, PP 20/21, 183, see Ideas Archive, Institute for Social Inventions,


FREEDOM IN HISTORY, Jan. 1986, Vol. 2, No. 2, sample, containing: E. Scott Royce: Telling the World What to Think: The U.S.I.A. & The Vietnam War, 4pp, in PP 1108.

FREEDOM IN HISTORY, Nov. 85, II/1, 6pp, by ROYCE SCOTT, E., in PP 1418 : 57.



FREEDOM NETWORK NEWS, San Francisco, by LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, now INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, Nos. 1-, 6-20, July 76 – Feb. 89, in two microfiche, PP 860 & 861. Nos. 21 – 24, March 89 – December 89, 64pp, 29x, in PP 926. – Nos. 2-5 and most issues of FREE WORLD CHRONICLE are still wanted for filming.

FREEDOM NETWORK NEWS, San Francisco, ISIL, 1990-95, incomplete, with some other ISIL material, 490pp, in PP 1287/90. FNN 25=Jan/Feb. 90; 26=2/90; 28=Nov.90, 29=April 91; Special Interim Report, Aug.91; 30=Oct.91; ISIL WORLD NEWS UPDATE: Dec.91; ISIL WORLD BULLETIN: April 92; 31=Sum.92; WORLD FREEDOM BULLETIN, Oct. & Nov. 92; FNN, unnumbered = Jan/Mar. 93; Spring/Summer 93, Nov./Dec.93; Interim Report, March 94; June/July 94; ISIL INTERNATIONAL REPORT, June/July 94; FNN Sept/Oct. 94; Dec/Jan. 94/95 (wrongly called 93/94); April/May 95; June/July 95; Oct. 95.

FREEDOM NOW PROJECT, FORT COLLINS, See: GLENNIE, MARY MARGARET, Project coordinator of Freedom Now, Fort Collins, a number of leaflets, surveys and clippings on her attempt to concentrate at least 1,000 addional libertarians in Fort Collins, in order to achieve a significant difference in Fort Collins, 100 sheets: 1, in PP 1491.

FREEDOM OF CHOICE, PP 376, see Choice.


FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, Preface to the German Translation of Freedom of Expression, Dissenting Historians and the Holocaust Revisionists, 4pp, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 32: 71, in PP 1516. – See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, The British State Versus Freedom of Expression, The Case of R. v. Griffin, 4pp, LEGAL NOTES No. 29: 75, in PP 1516.

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION CENTER, 2pp, 1978 leaflet, in PP 851.FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT, see COOLEY, OSCAR W. & PAUL POIROT, The Freedom to Move, FEE, 1951, 34pp, in PP 957. See Immigration, Emigration.

FREEDOM OF PRESS, See: A Dissertation upon the Constitutional Freedom of the Press in the U.S.A.s, by “an impartial citizen”, Boston, 1801, 54pp, in PP 988. (More against than for! With some notes by me. J.Z.)

FREEDOM OF PRESS, See: A SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY compilation by John Zube, 4pp, in PP 988.

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

FREEDOM OF PRESS, See: HUME, DAVID, Von der Freiheit der Presse, 5pp, in PP 1357.

FREEDOM OF PRESS, See: On Liberty of the Press, for advocating resistance to government, being part of an essay written for the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 6th ed., 1821, introduction by Theodor Schroeder, Free Speech League, N.Y., 1913, 37pp, in PP 988.

FREEDOM OF PRESS, See: PP 223, 988.


FREEDOM OF THE SEAS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatizing the Oceans, 1p: 104, in PP 1515.

FREEDOM OF THOUGHT, See: SARGENT, LOIS H., The Impregnable Freedom, 3pp: 32, in PP 1529-33. – On freedom of thought, which is under-utilized if you are e.g. starving or sick or all too comfortable. – J.Z.

FREEDOM PAMPHLETS, No. 9: Anarchy on Trial, 1896, containing speeches by George Etievant, Jean Grave and Caserio Santo, 29pp, 24x, in PP 538.

FREEDOM PARTY OF ONTARIO, Canada, announcement of and reproduction of their FREEDOM PARTY CALENDAR, 1989, 34pp, in PP 846.

FREEDOM PARTY OF ONTARIO, Maybe Politics Doesn’t Interest You, 2pp leaflet, n.d., in PP 890.

FREEDOM PARTY, PP 846, 857, 890.

FREEDOM PARTY’S 1989 CALENDAR OF INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, 4pp introduction, 29x, in PP 857.


FREEDOM PRESS, Book offers, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724, Contacts page sample, from 1979, 1p, 29x in PP 390.

FREEDOM QUOTATIONS & PROVERBS, FREE MAN’S ALMANACH, PP 303. See: Freedom Sayings, Slogans for Liberty, Read: ABCs of Freedom. – Stormy Mon, Sumner (1093), Spencer, QUOTATIONS, Freedom Sayings.FREEDOM REPORT, Ron Paul’s, VII/6, June-July 1982, sample, 4pp, in PP 931.

FREEDOM REVIEW, London, edited by Robert B. Carnaghan, Nos. 1-5, Spring 65- Feb. 69, 70pp, all issues? In PP 1,011.

FREEDOM SAYINGS, EAST & WEST, A Preliminary Listing, in PP 873. See Slogans for Liberty.

FREEDOM SCHOOL LIBRARY, See the remarks after LEFEVRE, ROBERT, You Don’t Have to Go Ape to Go free… I visited, in 1990/91, as many private freedom libraries as I could and would like to hear of more of them and would like many more of their treasures brought at least to the light of microfiche reading machines. Why not promote this, better bibliographies and friendly interactions by simply starting to list at least the rare titles in your possession on a computer disk and sending me a copy and swapping such disks among each other? In my upcoming bibliography I started to list titles in my library and marked them as being located also there. – J.Z.


FREEDOM SOCIETY, Taanstaafl 93, seminar leaflet, 1p, in PP 1334/35: 224.

FREEDOM TIMES, Bethesda, MD, vol. 1, no. 1, written and designed by Ian Winterbottom, 1990, 4pp, only sample on hand. Distributed free – but copyrighted! In PP 1171 & 1236. – Probably defunct by now, like most such expensive and risky struggles with print on paper and paper paths for distribution. – J.Z.



FREEDOM TO FAIL, ERR OR MAKE MISTAKES, See: HENDERSON, DAVID, The Freedom to Fail, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 125.

FREEDOM TO MOVE, see Immigration.



FREEDOM, DEFINITION & ANARCHISM, See: KLEMM, ULRICH, Der Freiheitsbegriff im Anarchismus – Versuch einer Annaeherung, 6 S.: 67, in PP 1456.



FREEDOM, First record of the word “freedom”, under Urukagina of Lagash, in ancient Sumer, 2350 B.C., note, 1p, in PP 1143.

FREEDOM, Inc., 2 pp of Daily News Digest, 22 April 87, 29x, in PP 866.

FREEDOM, LET FREEDOM PAY ITS WAY, PROPERLY, WITHOUT CORRUPTION. A study paper on financing a libertarian party, by John Zube, in PP 19 C.


FREEDOM, London, Freedom Press, International Anarchist Monthly, vol. 46, No. 8, August 1985, 16pp, in PP 493.

FREEDOM, London, review of BUFE, CHAZ, Listen Anarchist, pamphlet of March 86, with note by J.Z., 1p, 29x, in PP 870.

FREEDOM, March 86: 1.) GODWIN and Anarchism, 2pp on recent books, 2.) PROUDHON, on two recent books, 1 p. – 29x, in PP 724. (Pointing out that more than 120 years after his death, his complete writings have still not been published, not even in French, partly because they would fill 40-50 volumes. That case alone should be enough to motivate anarchists to become involved with microfiche! Anarchists have still to discover many of the writings of their major prophet! George Woodcock, in a telephone conversation in 1990, denied that this is the case but since then I found another hint which confirms it: “…he published over 40 works and left 14 volumes of correspondence, 11 volumes of notebooks and a large number of unpublished manuscripts.”… – “… an unpublished Treatise on Political Economy (1849/55)…” – Peter Marshall, Demanding the Impossible, pp.234/251. If I had access to these writings, via filmable photocopies, I would film them myself. It’s a scandal for anarchist publishing. Perhaps, however unlikely, some ideas may be still buried there that could help to liberate us. But I doubt, at least at this stage, that I could interest FREEDOM or the writer of the above article, in adopting the micrographic options for this or recommending them to readers of FREEDOM or other anarchists. Rather struggle for another century in vain than adopt microfilm to realize anarchistic ideas fast – that seems to be their unexpressed but practised attitude. J.Z.)

FREEDOM, MORAL FOUNDATION, PP 1036, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 68), 1151.


FREEDOM, PERSONAL PRACTICE, PP 962. See e.g. LIVING FREE, BLACK MARKET, COUNTER ECONOMICS, UNDERGROUND ECONOMY, LIBERTARIAN LIBRARY, LIBERTARIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA, LIBERTARIAN INDEXES, LIBERTARIAN ABSTRACTS, LIBERTARIAN MICROFILMING, LIBERTARIAN BIBLIOGRAPHIES, IDEAS ARCHIVES, REFUTATIONS ENCYCLOPAEDIAS – and similar legal and essential jobs, of self-liberation, still largely undone or ignored. – I listed 1,000 projects in PP 20 that wait for sufficient collaboration among freedom lovers and feel sure that there are many others that could be valuable but remain undone or unfinished because sufficient collaboration on them is not organized, world-wide, in a market-like way. – J.Z.

FREEDOM, PP 16 – 18, 61-64, 163, 174 – 176, 220/21, 300 (Solneman), 302, 386, 415, 481, 523, 533/4, 589/90, 683/85, 719, 723, 811, 829, 919/920, 959, 962, 974, 981, 1013, 1020, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 25), 1073, 1132, 1143, 1150, 1160, ETC. See: Liberty, Human Rights, Natural Law, Anarchism, Libertarianism.

FREEDOM, See: RUSSELL, DEAN, My Freedom Depends on Yours, 14pp: 77, in PP 1529- 33.




FREEDOM, WORTH THE EFFORT? PP 1015. If freedom struggles were only driven by financial profits, how many would engage and persist in them? – J.Z.

FREEDOM’S FORUM BOOKS, A Division of ISIL, n.d., 10pp, in PP 1287/89p11.

FREEDOM’S WAY, A Periodical Dedicated to the Victory of Freedom, Reason and Objective Principle, published by Warren H. Carroll, III/5, August 66, 6pp, in PP 1270.

FREEFANZINE, No. 49, a libertarian sci-fi apa, Oct. 84, published by Mike Gunderloy, 29x, in PP 614. The whole should be microfilmed, before it fades away. Much of it is only spirit – duplicated. But that is the only issue that came my way. – J.Z.

FREELAND II, New/Free Country Conference, 8pp, prospectus only, in PP 1238.

FREELAND III, New/Free Country Conference ’85, leaflet, 2pp, in PP 1361: 118. – I would rather reproduce all the conference papers, of this and other freedom conferences, if I could get them. – J.Z.

FREELAND, J.M., When Scotland Led, clipping of a review, 1970, on economic development, 1p, in PP 804.

FREELAND, The Search for Free/New Countries, PP 984.

FREELAND, Utopia by Theodor Hertzka. See: Hertzka, Open Cooperatives.

FREELOADERS, PP 418/19p326.

FREEMAN, Andrew, Brainstorming on Microfiche, 1981, 3pp, 48x, in PP 626.

FREEMAN, JOHN, The Tyranny of Politics, 1978, 4pp, 29x, in PP 411, also in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p48.

FREEMAN, RICK, Editor, Free Radio Handbook, 1st. edition, 1984, 20pp, in PP 499.

FREEMAN, THE, A 2pp leaflet on its readership, 29x, in PP 857.

FREEMAN, THE, Ideas on Liberty, by Foundation for Economic Education, N.Y., sample issue, Feb. 89, 29x, in PP 844. (The full set is available from University Microfilms.) See under FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION.

FREEMAN, THE, N.Y., Oct. 8 & 22, 51; Nov. 5 & 19, 51; Dec. 3 & 31, 51; Jan. 14, 52, Feb. 11 & 25, 52; March 10 & 24, 52; April 55, 396pp, incomplete, in PP 1411/12: 1.

FREE-MARKET.NET, The Freedom Network. Connect with the International Libertarian Movement: Directory; Search; features; forums. 73 partner organizations listed as links on 5pp, in PP 1535: 163. – $ 50 annual sub. To THE HENRY HAZLITT FOUNDATION. E-MAIL: Feedback@Free-Market.net with your questions or comments.

FREEMASONS, PP 416, 1023.

FREEMASONS: 4 titles see under RICH, PAUL J.

FREEMEN SIEGE, 1996 clipping on mediation offer by Randy Weaver, 1p, in PP 1415: 141.

FREENETWORK ECONOMIC SYSTEM, draft by A.S., 2/7/86, 1p, 48x, in PP 739.

FREENETWORK Information, on Microfiche, vol. VI, compiled by A. Spies & J. Zube, for 1986/1987, containing AIL # 23 & 24, and FN News Releases Nos. 1-8, ILISMO, Freenetwork Register and Useful Names & Addresses, 126pp, 29x, PP 690. Previous issues: Vol.I: PP 553, Vol.II: PP 555, Vol. III: PP 579, Vol. IV: PP 638, Vol.V: PP 657. Compare also Spies’s work META-INFORMATION, vol. 1, The Basics, 1983, in PP 580 and the report on the Open Mind Festival. See also PP 591.

FREENETWORK, 1985/86 releases by Andre Spies, containing AIL 4-8,10,16,19-21,register, 123pp, 29x, in PP 638 (Vol. IV).

FREENETWORK, Directory of Goods and Services, Winter 1985, 1p leaflet, 42x, in PP 644.

FREENETWORK, EUROPE, OPEN MIND FESTIVAL, THE, 1986, papers and articles, compiled by John Zube, still incomplete, 145pp, 36x, PP 736.

FREENETWORK, Freedom in Action, leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 710.

FREENETWORK, Further Freenetwork Material, compiled by Andre Spies, to August 1986, 105pp, containing Register of addresses, AIL Nos. 17,22,25,27-31, Project Freenetwork, 3rd. ed., Raw Food Papers etc., 29x, in PP 657 (Vol. V).

FREENETWORK, Literatur der Freiheit, 6pp, 29x, in PP 731.

FREENETWORK, Register of Founders, Pathfinders, Scholars, Correspondents and Networkers, Feb. 1986, 16pp, 42, in PP 637.

FREENETWORK, U.S., 1p introduction, 29x, in PP 685. I think that the Freenetwork failed largely because it was promoted only through expensive to produce and mail paper print outs of long lists of addresses and sent, nevertheless, free of charge. Who can long sustain such production and distribution methods? Micrographically it could have succeeded – IF the first supporters could have been won over to using this medium for it – and other of their purposes. However, that “if” is a big IF, among in this respect tradition-bound, custom-ridden and habituated freedom “radicals”, who rather waste their money, time and energy on a print on paper technology that has failed to help liberate them sufficiently during the last 500 years. – J.Z.

FREEPERSON, Magazine of the Freenetwork, Monroe, No. 6, Oct. 86, No. 7, Jan/Feb. 87, No. 8, March/April 87, 29pp, in PP 1407: 110. – All issues on hand. Like the Freenetwork, it collapsed all too soon. I had suggested using affordable microfiche for duplication and distribution but found no response to this.

FREEST PLACES IN THE WORLD, PP 1171. Are they also the ones where one could do most for liberty? For instance, there are not many effective legal restrictions in the Arctic or Antarctic but …J.Z.

FREESTUN, RALPH, Natural Law and Economics, 1984, 3pp, 48x, in PP 589/590.

FREESTYLE, A Bulletin of Libertarian Controversy, No. 1, Oct. 84, to No. 4, Nov. 86, 8pp, 29x, in PP 698.

FREETHOUGHT PUBLISHING COMPANY, Catalogue of Works, London, November 1878, 15pp: 63, in PP 1496.

FREEZE OR FREE, PP 227. (L.E. Read.)

FREEZINE, Social Alternatives for Everyone, Clifton Park, N.Y., III/3, April 90, 12pp, in PP 493.

FREFANZINE 48, 134pp, 1984, in PP 1428/29: 222. – Libertarian & SF fan rap sessions are apparently not all that superior in contents. The same might apply to their Internet sessions. As Terry Arthur said in one of his book titles: “95% of Everything is Crap!”- J.Z.

FREFANZINE, Nos. 77, parts 1 – 3; 78; 79, parts 1 & 2; & No. 80, in 3 microfiche, 545pp, in PP 1440/42: 1-546

FREIE ARBEITER, DER, 1904, 1905, 469pp, 24x, in PP 653(1/5), 652(2/5), 646(3/5), 651(4/5), 648(5/5). – Sorry, but there was a mix-up with the PP numbering.

FREIE ARBEITER, DER, Anarchistische Halbmonatschrift. Publikations-Organ der Anarchistischen Foederation Deutschlands, 12. Jahrgang, Nr. 1, April 1919 – Nr. 10, August 1919. Erste Ausgaben nach WW II. Herausgeber: Rudolf Oestreich, 192 S., in PP 1322: 1-64.

FREIE GENERATION, DIE, Dokumente zur Weltanschauung des Anarchismus, Juli 1906, Band 1, Heft 1, 37pp, 29x, in PP 730, II/3 & II/9-12, 1907-1908, 29x, in PP 349.

FREIE GENERATION, Jahrbuch der Freien Generation, 1910, 29x, in PP 349.

FREIE JUGEND, Blatt der jungen Anarchisten, Schriftleitung Ernst Friedrich, Berlin, a) Flugblatt, 1 S., vom 6. Jahrgang, b) 6. Jahrgang, Nr. 3/4, 8 S., c) 7. Jahrgang, Nr. 1/2, 8 S., d) 7. Jahrgang, Nr. 3, 8 S., alle ohne Datum, 25pp, all issues on hand, 24x, in PP 914.

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

FREIE TRIBUENE, DIE, Ein Blatt fuer unbeschraenkte Meinungsfreiheit, Nr. 1, Jahrgang 1925, 4 S., only copy on hand, 24x, in PP 914.

FREIHEITSKUENDER, DER, Die Briefe des Einzigen, herausgegeben von einem Namenlosen, 1 p leaflet, for a book unknown to me, 29x, in PP 896. I doubt that it refers to letters by Stirner. – J.Z.

FREIMANE, Z., An Individual or a “number”? 1956, 7pp, in PP 497/498.

FREIMANN, Reflections of an Immigrant, 9pp, 58, in PP 1450.

FREIRE, JOAO, Perspectives of Anarchism for the 1980’s in Developed Capitalism, 29x, in PP 607.

FREITAG, GUNTHER, Quelques remarques sur la vie et l’oeuvre de Max Stirner, 16pp, in PP 1142.

FREMEAUX, Philippe, Wenn Renault Bananen verkauft, 1983, 2pp, 29x, in PP 731.

FREMERY, ROBERT DE to DOWD, KEVIN, 6 July 93, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 195, 12 July 93, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 197.

FREMERY, ROBERT DE to WHITE, LAWRENCE H., 2 Oct. 93, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 198.

FREMERY, ROBERT de, Monetary Requirements of a Free Society, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Mainly concerned about borrowing short and lending long. That criticism is correct, as far as it goes. However, he wants 100% reserve banking, controlled by the government! Believes in credit and money “creation”. I saw some of his pamphlets over 20 years ago and, according to a manuscript in my possession, quickly perused, he seems to have learned nothing since. Still the main old fallacy, saying in essence: “A free society must have MY money system!” If he advocated it only as one competitive system, without any exclusive and coercive features, I would have no objection. J.Z.)

FREMERY, ROBERT DE, Money & Freedom, 1955, 133pp, in PP 1428/29: 1. – The title is misleading. This is not a monetary freedom book but rather on money reform that is close to Social Credit ideas. – See the enclosed correspondence. – He is right mainly only in his protest against the fraudulent medium or long term investment, without individual consent of the savers, of funds that are on short terms or even instantly recallable. – J.Z.

FREMERY, ROBERT de, Natural Rights and the Lockean Proviso – Locke, Nozick and Spencer, 1979, 10pp, 29x, in PP 556.

FREMERY, ROBERT DE, Rights vs. Privileges, An analysis of two powerful privileged interests that have deprived us of fundamental rights, 1996(?), 127pp, with comments by John Zube, in PP 1428/29: 134.

FRENCAP ADVERTISER, THE, August 91, 1p, in PP 986. Sep. 1991, 1p, in PP 987.

FRENCAP RESEARCH INDEX, THE, Nov. 88 update, 1 p, in PP 816.



FRENCH REVOLUTION, Some free banking occurred even during the French Revolution, see: PP 815. But there was all too little of it, otherwise, it would have proceeded very differently. See Ulrich von Beckerath on this in PP 11. – J.Z.

FRENCH, DOUGLAS E., Separating Money and the State, Part II: Revoking Government’ s Money Monopoly, 2p, n.d., in PP 1534: 8.

FRESSOLA, ANTHONY, Liberty and Property: Reflections on the Right of Appropriation in the State of Nature, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 18, Oct. 81, 315-322, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1478, headed: Property and the Right to Liberty.

FRESTONIA, pamphlets and clippings of a partly successful secession in London, 1977, 54pp, 48x, in PP 633.

FREUNDE GUSTAV LANDAUERS, Hamburg, Libertaerer Sozialismus oder Staatskapitalismus, 12 S., 1971, 24x, in PP 377.

FREY, BRUNO S. & SCHNEIDER, FRIEDRICH, A Politico-Economic Model of the U.K., THE ECONOMIC JOURNAL, UK, June 78, 243-253, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p419, headed: Political Decisions and the Economy.

FREZZA, BILL, The Internet: Killer Virus of the State, 1p, in PP 1287/89p481. – It seems to have a very long incubation period, too. – Excess expectations are bound to be disappointed. Volumes could be filled with the disappointments regarding print and broadcasting and computer media. Alas, also with disappointments with as affordable, lasting and permanency in print options like microfiche self-publishing. – All affordable tools and machineries, processes, institutions, talents, resources, references, ideas and channels for liberty ought to be made much better known – and much more widely used. – J.Z.

FRIED, ALFRED H., Handbuch der Friedensbewegung, 1905, mit alphabetischem Wortregister, 464 S., in PP 816. – I have later such compilations by others – but they are under copyrights protection. Obviously, we have to be protected against the easy, permanent and cheap spread of peace ideas! – J.Z.

FRIED, CHARLES, Rights and Roles, in: Right and Wrong, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard UP, 1978, pp 167-197, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1071, headed: Rights and Professional Obligations.

FRIEDLAENDER, BENEDICT, Dr., Der freiheitliche Sozialismus, im Gegensatz zum Staatsknechtsthum der Marxisten, mit besonderer Beruecksichtigung der Werke und Schicksale Eugen Duehring’s, 1892, 115 S., 24x, in PP 286.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Reply to JIMBO on Anarchy, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1535: 58.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, 1. Rational Anarchism: The Libertarian Anarchist, 2. The Prescriptions of 2001, 1970, LA Libertarian Reprints No. 2, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Anarchy and Efficient Law, 1996 chapter from a book by SANDERS, JOHN & NARVESON, JAN, For and Against the State, copyrighted by Rowman & Littlefied, $ 23.95, copyrighted. Orders via 1 800 462 6420. Online with permission from the publisher, in the hard disk version of D.F., 14pp, in PP 1535: 12.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Gold, Paper, Or …: Is There A Better Money? 1982, 13pp, in PP 1186.FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Index to Ideas, a guide to his published ideas, still incomplete, 1p, in PP 1535: 25.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Laissez-Faire in Population. The Least Bad Solution, 1972, 42pp, with a short bibliography, in PP 494.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Laissez-Faire in Population: The Least Bad Solution, 1972, 1990, LA Economic Notes No. 27, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. This appears to be only an abbreviated version. – I met him once at a friend’s place but he did not give much opportunity for discussion, e.g. of monetary freedom ideas. He rather recited Kipling, for hours, and did this rather well. But towards sunrise I had enough of this and started on my long drive home. An opinion exchange on monetary freedom options would have been of greater value to me. Or an agreement on microfilming some of his writings. – Even freedom lovers seem to wear most of their present freedom ideas like a protective armour that keeps other freedom ideas from penetrating into their heads. – J.Z.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Law as a Private Good, A response to Tyler Cowan on the Economics of Anarchy, 5pp, 1992 or after, in PP 1535: 28.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Might Have Been, 1p on private space exploration, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Paying for Crime Prevention, from LIBERTY MAGAZINE, 2pp, in PP 1535: 26.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Private Creation and Enforcement of Law: A Historical Case, 1979, on the case of Iceland, 12pp, in PP 1535:32. Copyrighted by the U. of Chicago Law School but already made available to 120 million on the IN and now to the very few so far interested in their microfiche options: 32.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Robin Hood Sells Out!, 4pp, in PP 1,020.FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Some Responses to Mike Huben’s “Criticism of Libertarianism”, A Libertarian FAQ, 10pp, in PP 1535: 48.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, The Libertarian Anarchist, 2pp, from L.A., London, in PP 1430/31: 103.FRIEDMAN, DAVID, The Machinery of Freedom, contents listing only of those chapters made available on line, 1p, in PP 1534: 84.

FRIEDMAN, DAVID, The Prescriptions of 2001, 2pp, from L.A., London, in PP 1430/31: 105.FRIEDMAN, JEFF, The Real New Left, a review of: KENISTON, KENNETH, Young Radicals, 1979, 2pp: 9, in PP 1514.

FRIEDMAN, JEFFREY M., on Moshe Kroy’s Anarcho Capitalism vs. Limited Government, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON & BRIMELOW, PETER, An Interview with Milton Friedman, 1989, 17pp: 1, in PP 1515.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON & ROSE, Tyranny of the Status Quo, N.Y., Harcourt, 182pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 588, in PP 1529- 33. – Territorial politics is the essence of that policy. Let all dissenters opt out – to do their own things to and for themselves. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.9.1998.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON & STIGLER, GEORGE J., Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem, FEE, 1946, Popular Essays on Current Problems, vol. 1, No. 2, Sep. 1946, 22pp, in PP 1228, 1980, CIS edition, 15pp, 29x, in PP 3976.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, An Economist’s Protest, review by ALAN REYNOLDS, 1p: 21, in PP 1468.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, An Open Letter to Bill Bennett, 1990, 3pp, on drugs, in PP 1,027.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Back to the 18th Century? Letter to The Australian, 8 Feb. 77, 1p, 29x, in PP 423.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Fair vs. Free, 3pp, in PP 499.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, How to Use Indexation to Fight Inflation, 8pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p254.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, In Defence of Dumping, 1978, 1p, in Free to Dump, in PP 935.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Liberty is winning the battle of ideas, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 179. – Not yet, but if we fully used all alternative, affordable and efficient publishing media and established a real market for worthwhile ideas, especially freedom, peace, justice and prosperity ideas, we could, rather soon. See e.g.: Ideas Archive. – J.Z., 3.10.97. – Not even Milton Friedman’s ideas are alphabetized as yet, in affordable and accessible duplicate issues. – I would gladly donate 1000 LMP pages for this. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Medical Licensure, 6pp, in PP 499, from: Capitalism & Freedom.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Monetarist Economics, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Price Controls, Business and Government, 1978, CIS, 2pp, 29x, in PP 397.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Prof., Special Interests & the Law, 5pp, 81, in PP 1450.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, See: CALDWELL, DIANE, Where Milton Friedman Went Wrong, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Milton Friedman Unravelled, 5pp: 368, in PP 1457/62.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Taxation, Inflation and the Role of Government, 1981, 44pp, including 10pp of comments by Michael Porter, Fred Gruen & Don Stammer, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, The Line We Dare Not Cross: The Fragility of Freedom at “60%”, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p99.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, The Resource Cost of Irredeemable Paper Money, 1986, 5pp, in PP 1183.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Which Way for Capitalism? 4pp, 29x, in PP 928.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Why Some Prices Should Rise, 2pp, 36x, in PP 370.

FRIEDMAN, ROBIN, Pentagon State-Management, 2pp, in PP 1425: 18.

FRIEDMAN, ROBIN, Unions Do Not Make Inflation! 2pp, in PP 1425: 10.

FRIELANDER, ELAINE A., Mozambican Nationalist Resistance: 1920-1949, CIVILISATIONS, Belgium, 3, 1977, 332-344, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p297, headed: Land Expropriation.


FRIES, PETER, SOFT TECHNOLOGY hits the stands, n.d., source? 1p clipping. I have not yet seen a copy. So it may not have been a hit. If it had been, I would probably have submitted an article on the microfilm alternative. Why didn’t they put it out on microfiche? – J.Z.

FRITZ, KURT, von, The Relevance of Ancient Social and Political Philosophy for Our Times: A Short Introduction to the Problem, Berlin, N.Y.: Walter de Gruyter, 1974, 47pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p87. Headed: Natural Law.

FRITZ, MARSCHALL, A True Political Spectrum, 4pp, in PP 967. See Classification Schemes.

FRITZ, MARSHALL, A true political spectrum, 2pp, in PP 1382/85: 247.


FRITZ, MARSHALL, Anyone for a Libertarian Co-op Data Base? 1pp: 53, in PP 1526. – Alas, he has only an address list of prospects in mind, while so many other libertarian data bases are needed, e.g., bibliographies, abstracts, indexes, review compilations, libertarian encyclopaedia, leaflet collections, sources for rare manuscripts or publications, definitions, slogans for liberty, monetary freedom handbook, encyclopaedia of the best refutations, an archive of libertarian ideas, etc. -J.Z.

FRITZ, MARSHALL, Beyond Left/Right, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 192. – A disked version is now offered of Nolan’s classification chart and M.F.’s questionaire.

FRITZ, MASHALL, President of Advocates for Self-Government, circular, “Road to Victory”, 8pp: 3, in PP 1526.

FRONTLINES, all issues, I/1-V/8, Sept. 78 – May 83, 452pp, with 15 pp contents listing, 36x, in PP 639/640.

FROST, GERRY & TAME, CHRIS R., Libertarianism vs. Conservatism: A Debate, 1982, 11pp, LA Pamphlets No. 14, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

FRUEH, HANS R., Die Perioden- und Biorythmenlehre, 3 S., Grenzwissenschaften, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 95.

FRUEH, HANS R., Was ersehe ich aus meiner Bio-Karte (I), 3S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 73.

FRY, HAROLD W., Unionism and Human Rights, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p288.

FRY, MICHAEL to MEGALLI, THE0, 29 June 86,2pp, 48x, in PP 740.

FRYE, Wm.P., The Tariff, 30pp, 29x, in PP 602.

FUCETOLA, R. & BLOCK, WALTER, Atheism and Anarchism, An Interview with Madalyn Murray O’Hair, 1972, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

FUCETOLA, RALPH, III, National Self-Determination: An International Political Lie, 1989 (earlier version in RAP), 4pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. 7pp, 24x, in PP 177.

FUCETOLA, RALPH, III, Statement before N.J. Legislative Committee on “Drug” Abuse, 1p, in PP 1287/89p598.

FUCETOLA, RALPH, III, The World Ruling Class and the Prospects for Liberation, 3pp, in PP 1,018.

FUCETOLA, RALPLH, III, One Family’s Domination of the American State, 75, 1p, on the Rockefellers, in PP 1345/46: 9. – I hold that the U.S. is much more dominated by the wrong ideas and institutions than by the wrong persons. – J.Z.

FUCETOLA, SCHETLICK, DEBLOCK & STEIN, Ltd., Private Mediators & Arbitrators, 1p. adv., 75, in PP 1345/46: 17.

FUCHS, GUENTHER, Ein Roman als literarisches Dokument. Bedeutung und Grenzen des Realismus in dem Buch “Der Schwimmer” von John Henry Mackay, in THEORIE UND PRAXIS DER KOERPERKULTUR, Bd. 11, 1962, Berlin – Ost, S. 200-215, in PP 1328: 84. Die DDR versagte in fast jeder Hinsicht. Ausnahmen e.g.: Sie schaffte die Steuerprogression und das Senioritaetsystem ab und so hatte sie dann den Sport “grosszueggig” “unterstuetzt”, aus Steuermitteln und mit Drogen, und produzierte professionelle “Amateure”, um sich einen Namen zu machen. Das Australian Institute for Sport, in Canberra, tut das jetzt auch. Anscheinend koennen Politiker und Buerokraten wenigstens Muskeln produzieren, in Anderen, und auf Kosten der Steuerzahler, nicht nur Sitzfleisch, in sich selbst. Als ob das Masseninteresse an Sport nicht eine Selbstfinanzierung erlauben wuerde. Praktisch wird die Minderheit der nicht am Sport interessierten durch die Sportler besteuert. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

FUERST, Dr.: ISB, Das Phaenomen Dr. Fuerst, 2 S., Besondere Faehigkeiten, Gedaechtniskunst, in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 18.

FULDA, JOSEPH S., America at her Best, 4pp: 304, in PP 1529-33.

FULDA, JOSEPH S., Eight Steps Towards Libertarianism, 1997, 132pp, here only online leaflet, & website, 1p, in PP 1534: 99.

FULDA, JOSEPH S., Productive Advances: Who benefits most? 1p, in PP 1430/31: 203.

FULKS, BRYAN, Eisenhower on Security, 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

FULKS, CLAY, Christianity, a Continuing Calamity. And other articles by Mordecai T. Heller, E. Haldeman – Julius, H.G. Hayes, Jay William Hudson, John D. McInerney and Oliver L. Reiser, Haldeman – Julius Publication B-851, 1950, 31pp, in PP 1227.

FULKS, CLAY, How I Went to the Devil, n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1402, in PP 1208.

FULKS, CLAY, Rev. Ben M. Bogard Fails to Halt Devil Darrow, 6pp, in LBB 1637, n.d., in PP 1224.

FULKS, CLAY, The War between Science and Faith, 9pp, in LBB No. 1637, n.d., in PP 1224.

FULKS, CLAY, The Wisdom of Emerson. Selected, with an introduction, by Clay Fulks. Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1947, The Wisdom of Life series W-1, 48pp, in PP 1213.

FULKS, JOE, notes in TC No. 121, of 29 July 84, with comments by John Zube, part of 17pp, 29x, in PP 879.

FULKS, JOE, notes on panarchism in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, with comments by J.Zube, part of 10 pp, 29x, in PP 879.

FULKS, JOE, panarchist notes in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, with comments by John Zube, 31 July 89, part 16pp, 29x, on PP 870.



FULL EMPLOYMENT: DONNELLY, GEORGE, Towards Full Employment, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 48. – Without full monetary & financial freedom? – J.Z.

FULLARTON, JOHN, On the Regulation of Currencies: being an Examination of the Principles on which it is proposed to restrict, within certain fixed limits, the future issues on credit of the BANK OF ENGLAND, and of the other BANKING ESTABLISHMENTS throughout the country, 1845, 1969, 265pp, in PP 794.

FULLER, MILLARD, Restrictive Housing Regulation Increases Problems, 1990, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.


FULLY INFORMED JURY AMENDMENT, THE, Introduction, 1p, in PP 492. 2pp flyer, in PP 1,018.

FULMER, RICHARD W., Social Security: It’s Anti-Social and Insecure, Orange County Register, July 26, 1990, 1p, in PP 1,005.

FULTON, ROBERT, See: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, A Look at the Life and Career of Robert Fulton, 7pp: 87, in PP 1506/07.

FULWOOD III, SAM, U.S. ID Card Revolt? 1/2 p, LA Times, 1990, in PP 1132.

FUMENTO, MICHAEL, The Myth of Heterosexual Aids, 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1281/82.

FUMENTO, MICHAEL, The Profits of Doom: How to achieve fame and fortune by being spectacularly wrong, 1991, 4pp, LA Economic Notes No. 44, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – The Priests & Politicians have played that game with us, to our shame and at our expense, for centuries. Now it has been extended to government advisors. – J.Z.

FUND FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING, THE, 2pp, 184-185, in PP 1465. – Who can’t afford a tent? But mostly they and other affordable constructions are OUTLAWED! – Full financial freedom is needed for more solid and expensive housing. – J.Z.

FUND, JOHN H., Tax Revolt Stirs in Ireland, 1p, in PP 277/278: 211. – In the eyes of the rulers the unarmed, unorganized and untrained voters and taxpayers are just comical figures. – J.Z., free after a remark by Ulrich von Beckerath. They are almost certain not to include repudiation of inflated government paper money and free alternative money issues in their tax revolt and will omit to take over the salary payments of members of the armed forces. – Any fight merely for another kind of tax collectors is not worth blood shed. Without refusals to accept government money and the effective issue of alternative currencies no tax strike can be complete. In Ireland, &, e.g., the Near East, the Sudan, the Balkan, even religious freedom and tolerance are not yet fully realized, far less their application to the political, economic and social spheres. – J.Z.


FUNERALS AT SEA: SEEBESTATTUNGSREEDEREI, Anzeige, n.d.: “Eine Bestattung auf hoher See loest viele Probleme!”, in PP 1323: 24. – This offers some freedom from the costly and space wasting custom of establishing and maintaining graveyards. But would it produce more healthy or more sickly fish? Do they taste any better or worse? – J.Z.

FUNK, WILFRED J., Funny Money, chapter VI, 22pp, of his book: “So You Think It’s New”, 1938: 69, in PP 1519. – Funny money or not so funny money: Money or a coercive fiction? – J.Z., 11.11.98.

FURBY, LITA, Individualistic Bias in Studies of Locus of Control, in: A.R. Buss, ed., Psychology in Social Context, N.Y., Irvington Press, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1290, headed: Individualism and “Locus of Control”.

FUREDI, FRANK, The Social Composition of the Mau Mau Movement in the White Highlands, JOURNAL OF PEASANT STUDIES, UK, 1, July 74, 486-505, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p296, head: Regulation and Revolution.

FUREDY, J.J., The Scientific Status of Psychoanalysis, 10pp: 35, in PP 1471.

FURLONG, ANTHONY, Sado-Masochism & the Law: Consent vs. Paternalism, 1991, 7pp, LA Legal Notes No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – As if the whole relationship between States and subjects were not a sado-masochistic relationship between all statists. Sexual inclinations do not always have to be expressed overtly and sexually. – J.Z.

FUSON, BEN W., Mondcivitan Republic (Commonwealth of World Citizens), 1p. 24x in PP 5.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM ’89, Prospectus on Libertarian Conference in San Francisco, 4pp, in PP 1242. Often such a prospectus is all that one can find on such events, a few years later. – J.Z.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM CONFERENCE, 1982, 4 pp prospectus, 36x, in PP 636, 1 p. leaflet, in PP 1,014.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, List of Articles offered on the Internet, 1996, 15pp, in PP 1537: 135. – I wonder whether they will also offer there a combination of the freedom quotes in their FREEDOM DAILY. – J.Z. – LMP has not yet downloaded these essays.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, THE, Denver, A Report from FFF, April 90, Status Report 4, 2pp, in PP 1255. 4pp of letter extracts to the FFF, in PP 1135, Report of Activities, 1990/91, 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061, Letters to the FFF, 2pp, in PP 1255. See: FREEDOM DAILY.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, THE, Internet entry, 1p, in PP 1395: 119.

FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION, THE, Leaflets, 7pp & a 6pp letter by myself to Jacob Hornberger: 113, in PP 1523. – Neither the past nor the present or the future have any good reason to rely almost exclusively upon all too incomplete and often false information expensively printed on paper. When will most libertarians finally realize that? – J.Z.

FUTURISM: SIEGAN, BERNARD, Futurism : Utopia of Doomsday? 1p, in PP 1378/81: 388.

FYE, Simi, Cal., Nos. 5 & 6, April – June 1969, 14pp: 85, in PP 1488.

FYFFE, RON, Industrial Democracy: Key Issues of the Eighties? 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419.