G., The Relevance of Max Stirner, FREEDOM, 1955, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, p 198.

GAA, JAMES C., Moral Autonomy and the Rationality of Science, PHILOSPHY OF SCIENCE 44, 1977, 513-541, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p206. Headed: Values in Research.

GABB, SEAN & MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Freedom for Children: An Exchange, 1981, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, A Neither Profound nor Original Article on why the Sale and Use of Recreational Drugs Ought not to Be Illegal, 2pp, POLITICAL NOTES No. 146: 97, in PP 1516. – Agreed, but would you recommend to your children and grandchildren that they use them? – Anyhow, lives full with all individual liberty options could be so adventurous, for those so inclined, that most would no longer seek chemical stimulants. – J.Z.

GABB, SEAN, Abortion: A Problem of Libertarian Ethics? 1 1/4 p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.GABB, SEAN, Anglo-German Relations in the 20th Century: An Isolationist View, 1990, 13pp, with a 1p comment by Chris R. Tame, LA Historical Notes No. 11, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, Gun Control in Britain, 1988, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 33, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, Gun Control: The Lesson of Killeen, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, Putting the Case against Gun Control, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 201.

GABB, SEAN, Sir Henry Vane, 1613-62: America’s First Revolutionary, 1992, 4pp, LA Libertarian Heritage No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, The Case for Legalizing Drugs, 2pp, in PP 1234.

GABB, SEAN, The Case for Private Police, 1991, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 58, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, The Coming Tyranny, 1p : 120.

GABB, SEAN, The Full Coercive Apparatus of a Police State: Thoughts on the Dark Side of the Thatcher Decade, 1989, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, The Opium Wars: Some Lessons for Europe, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

GABB, SEAN, The Right to Smoke: A Christian View, 1989, 17pp, a FOREST publication, in PP 1191.

GABB, SEAN, Voltaire: Crusader for Justice, 1990, 4pp, LA Libertarian Heritage, No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, What do To about AIDS, 1989, 10pp, LA Pamphlet No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GABB, SEAN, Why the English Should Welcome Scottish Independence, POLITICAL NOTES No. 139, 2pp: 89, in PP 1487.

GAEDEMANN, CLAUS, Gutenberg’s Tidal Wave, R.D., 5/84, pages 520-521 in PP 907-910. – It has still left most manuscripts “high and dry”, largely unused and inaccessible – and “refreshed” most others only once or all too rarely. – J.Z.

GAGE, Lyman, Economic Waste of our Treasury System, 1901, 7pp, in PP 745.

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

GAINES, JUDITH, Greenbacks tide farmers over winter, 1p: 124, in PP 1491. – A sound practice of monetary freedom must be based on a sound theory of monetary freedom. Alas, that is mostly missing. – People investing in this case ought to realize that they are either investing in a farm with an insufficient annual income or an annual income that is insufficiently managed in its spending over the year. Securities aren’t currency with CURRENT and WIDE ENOUGH ACCEPTANCE FOUNDATION for widely wanted consumer goods. To offer a “currency” with a future date of validity or crops not yet grown, is a risky DEALING IN FUTURES. ONLY READY FOR SALE goods and services, i.e., already produced goods, can form a CURRENT BACKING for a CURRENCY, which, thereupon, requires no “trust, confidence, gold-backing” or “government guaranty” or insurance. – J.Z., 5.12.97 & 23.5.98.

GAINES, JUDITH, Greenbacks tide farmers over winter, 2pp on experiment with Berkshire Notes, in PP 1238. – Currency issues should not be used directly for medium or long term credits, since such credits require corresponding savings and investments! – J.Z.

GALATIANS FELLOWSHIP, THE, Introduction, and Galatians Reports, No. 1, on Christian Libertarianism, 12pp, 29x, in PP 564.

GALATIANS SEVEN, a selection of articles, see under Seven from Seven, in PP 935.

GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Tarring and Feathering of John Kenneth Galbraith, 7pp: 30, in PP 1506/07.

GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH, See: WHAT’S WRONG WITH GALBRAITH? 7pp in QUADRANT, with statements by William F. Buckley, Albro Martin, Sidney Hook, Peter Duignan, Robert Conquest, J. Clayburn Laforce, Herbert Stein, Bernard Brodie, Robert Hessen, Peter Bauer, Francine Rabinovitz, Ronald Regan, 36x, in PP 418-419, p86. What is right with Galbraith could probably be put into a very slim volume. J.Z. See also: PP 418/19 p82 & PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 6).

GALGENVOGEL, Frankfurt, Internationale Anarchistische Vierteljahresschrift, Nr. 1, undatiert, 44 S.: 45, in PP 1502.

GALIANI, Dialogues sur le commerce des bles, in PP 778-783.

GALL, JOHN, Two New Freedoms, the Fifth and Sixth Freedoms, from chapter XII of his “Systemantics”, 1975-1979. (Panarchism in his own terms.) 48x, in PP 589/590.

GALLAGHER, A.J., Your Job: Where Does It Come From? 1p, in PP 1411/12: 375.

GALLAGHER, J., A Theology of Liberation? 6pp, in PP 1425: 49.

GALLAGHER, J., Review of: CONNELL, EVAN S., Son of the Morning Star, Custer and the Little Big Horn, 1984, 441pp, in PP 1425: 2pp: 57.

GALLAGHER, JIM, The Case for Privatizing Protective Services, 3pp, n.d., leaflet of the Society for Libertarian Life, SLL, Fullerton, CA., 24x in PP 182, also in PP 1,020 & 1145.

GALLAGHER, JIM, What About the Roads? 6pp leaflet of SLL, n.d., in PP 1164.

GALLANT, STEVEN, Coenzyme NADH: A Potential Life Extension Agent, 3pp:214, in PP 1293/95.

GALLAWAY, LOWELL & VEDDER, RICHARD, The “New” Poverty: Consequences of Past Policy, 1986, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

GALLEANI, L., Il principo dell’ organizzazione alla luce dell’Anarchismo ( from his book: “La fine dell’anarchismo”), 10pp: 112, in PP 1497.

GALLERY, A., Brief History of Anarchism in Greece, A, 4pp, 36x, in PP 688.

GALLIE, W.B., Kant’s View of Reason in Politics, PHILOSOPHY 54, Jan. 79, 19-33, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p991, headed: Kant and Reason in Politics.

GALLIEN, Die “Abrechnungsbank, n.d., 26 S., 29x, in PP 737.

GALLIGAN, BRIAN, Legitimating Judicial Review in the Australian Political System, 1979, 50pp, 42x, in PP 570.

GALT, JOHN, Can You Afford to GIVEAKIDAJOB? 1984, 6pp, 29x, in PP 522.

GALT, JOHN, Employers in Jeopardy, OPTIONS, Oct. 84, 26pp, in PP 923.

GALT, JOHN, Employment in Crisis, 1983, 10pp, 29x, in PP 520.

GAMBONE, L., Anarchism and the End of History, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

GAMBONE, L., Cosmic Dialectics, Joseph Dietzgen’s Libertarian Philosophy, Red Lion Press, 1996, 20pp: 1, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Proudhon and Anarchism, Red Lion Press, 1996, 12pp: 29, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Revolution & Reformism, 19pp, 1995, in PP 1355: 58. – 18pp: 16, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Saint Che, The Truth behind the Legend of the Heroic Guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara, Red Lion Press, 1997, 12pp: 20, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Sane Anarchy, Red Lion Press, 1995, 18pp: 24, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Syndicalism in Myth & Reality, 1995, 16pp, in PP 1355: 54- 57. – 15pp: 32, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, L., Red Lion Press, 1996, 30pp: 7, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, A Hidden Revolution? I. Why Capitalism Doesn’t Work the Way Marxists Want it to, 2pp: 46, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, Hammering the Idols, 1p: 52, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, Individualism, 2pp: 44, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, Reply to Harry Jann (What’s Behind the Collapse of Communism), 2pp: 40, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, Summary, 1p, of John Zube’s 16pp letter: 74, in PP 1528.

GAMBONE, LARRY, What Is Anarchism? 2pp: 297, in PP 1454.

GAMBONE, LARRY, What Is Anarchism? 2pp: 48. Responses: 54ff, in PP 1528

GAMBONE, Lawrence, TOLERANCE, Ideology the Real Enemy, 1p, 1986, 29x, in PP 724.GANDHI, MAHATMA, See: MCELROY, WENDY, The New Menace of Gandhism: A Comment, with Rothbard comment: 1 1/2p, ibid, p 269, in PP 1312/1314. – ROTHBARD, MURRAY – once more, ibid, p. 270.


GANDHI, MAHATMA, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The New Menace of Gandhism, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 253. –

GANDHI, MAHATMA, See: THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization. Review of the film, PP 425.

GANDHI, MAHATMA: ROLLAND, ROMAIN, Mahatma Gandhi, 1924, 250pp, in PP 1358: 1.

GANDIL, Chr., Rise and Fall of the Welfare State, The, Georgist, 1982, 8pp, 48x, in PP 626. See Nonviolence, Nonresistance, Social Defence.

GANG WORK, See: Autonomous Work Groups and Cooperatives, Productive.

GANN, LEWIS H., Neo-Colonialism, Imperialism, and the “New Class”, 1973, 29pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

GANS, JUDY, Trade & Protectionism, 2pp, in PP 1425: 23.

GAOLS, PRIVATE, see: BAST, JOSEPH L. & LOGAN, CHARLES H., Could Private Jails Be the Answer? 1989, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. See Prisons, private.


GARBAGE MONOPOLIES: POOLE, ROBERT, Garbage Monopolies Headed for History’s Dustbin, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 373.

GARBAGE MONOPOLY: POSMA, BONNE, Dumping the Garbage Monopoly, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 13.

GARBAGE SERVICES, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Problem or Opportunity? 7pp: 103, in PP 1529- 33. – On garbage disposal. See also page 10 on sheet 111, in PP 1529- 33.

GARBAGE, See: SCARLETT, LYNN, Excerpts from “Managing America’s Garbage: Alternatives & Solutions, 1p: 86, in PP 1499.GARBAGE: NOLAN, JIM, The Politics of Garbage, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 47.

GARCIA, VICTOR, Anarchism in Japan, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p107.

GARCIA, VICTOR, El Kibbutz Y Sus Peligros, 5pp: 99, in PP 1504.

GARCIA, VICTOR, See: VIVANCOS, EDUARDO, Lao Tse (viejo maestro) y su Libro Del Camino Y De La Virtud, traducido del Esperanto por Eduardo Vivancos. Introduccion y una Breve Excursion sobre el pensamiento en la Chia antigua, por Victor Garcia, Colleccion Historia Del Anarquismo, editado en 1962 por TIERRA Y LIBERTAD, Mexico, 125pp, in PP 1239.

GARCIA, VICTOR, Tiji Yamaga, 1975, 11pp, 29x, in PP 877. Supplied by ANTONIO of JURA BOOKS. – Taiji Yamaga Y Su Version Del Tao Te Ching, 10pp, in Esperanto, in PP 1239.

GARCIA, VICTOR, Washington & Moscu En Nicaragua, 3pp: 52, in PP 1494.3

GARDNER, AUGUSTUS P., Mr. Gardner’s Comments to Herbert Spencer’s “From Freedom to Bondage”, 13pp, in PP 1316.

GARDNER, BRUCE L., Who Gains What from Farm Programs? 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 28.

GARDNER, DAVID, Free Radio and the Left, 1p, in PP 499.GARDNER, P.D., Ethel Mannin, 1900-1985, 1p, in PP 471/472p356.

GARDNER, P.D., Vietnam Anniversary Blues, 2pp, in PP 471/472p319.

GARFIELD, JAMES A., Free Trade Should Be the Ultimate End and Aim of Tariff Legislation, 2 pp 29x, in PP 602.

GARLAND, HAMLIN, Memories of Henry George, 1925, 4pp: 6, in PP 1477.

GARLAND, HAMLIN, Single Tax in Actual Application, 6pp, in PP 1265.

GARNIER, M. JOSEPH, Traite D’Economie Politique Sociale ou Industrielle, 1875, extract of pp 340-393 only, which have some monetary freedom interest, 29x, in PP 742.

GARNIER, N. JOSEPH, Richard Cobden, Le Ligueurs et la Ligue, 1846, 96pp, in PP 1184.

GARRET, GARET, American Omen, 1928, 259pp, on American world supremacy & basic economics, in PP 1299. Too long o.o.p.

GARRET, GARET, Buy, Buy, Buy the World, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 41.

GARRET, GARET, Decline of the American Republic, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 267.

GARRET, GARET, The Blue Wound, 1921, 183pp, in PP 1298. An odd book, Not explicitly libertarian or recommended by me. Reproduced because of the famous name and because it is long o.o.p. Perhaps you can get something out of it. I didn’t. – J.Z.

GARRET, GARET, The People’s Pottage, 1965, 174pp. Reproduces 3 essays: The Revolution Was; Ex America & Rise of Empire. – Too long o.o.p.! With some comments. In PP 1297.

GARRET, GARET, The Suicidal Impulse, 4pp, in PP 1392: 118.

GARRET, GARET, The Wild Wheel, 1952, 220pp, in PP 1299. – On the rise of cars for the masses and the Henry Ford factor, with thoughts on basic economics and technological advances. I found it still worth reading. Too long o.o.p. – J.Z.

GARRETT, GARET, A Bubble that Broke the World, 1932, 178pp, on “the rape of American credit”, in PP 1296.

GARRETT, GARET, The American Empire, 1952, a condensation of his The Rise of Empire, 17pp, in PP 984.

GARRISON, F.W., Case for the Single Tax, 12pp, in PP 1265.

GARRISON, ROGER W., Austrian Macroeconomics, 1978, 40pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

GARRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD, see CROSBY, ERNEST, Garrison, the Non-Resistant, 1905, 143pp, in PP 1140.

GARRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD, see GRIMKE, ARCHIBALD H., William Lloyd Garrison, The Abolitionist, 1891, indexed, 405pp, in PP 1071.

GARSON, ROBERT & MAIDMENT, RICHARD, Social Darwinism and the Liberal Tradition: The Case of William Graham Sumner, THE SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY 80, Winter 81, 61-76, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1584, headed: Sumner, Social Darwinism & Property.

GARST, RON, D-Day, Decriminalization Day, 1p, in PP 1,007.

GARY, E.H., Herbert Spencer’s “Over-legislation” with comments by E.H. Gary, headed: Judge Gary’s Comments, 66p, in PP 1316.

GASKA, RICHARD, GASKA MICROFICHE: RATIONALIST & HUMANIST, THE NEW ZEALAND, Aug. 84, & Dec. year? 32pp, in 2 rather flawed Gaska fiche, headed: NOTHING HILL GATE. N.Z. RATIONALIST AND HUMANIST, 1 & 2. $ 2 from LMP. Another set of 2 of his fiche is headed: FIGHTERS FOR ANARCHISM, containing only 82pp, some askew: $ 2 from LMP while they last. It is the book by MOLLIE STEIMER and SENYA FLESHIN, offered by me in PP ???. Another Gaska fiche is: A THOUSAND JULY’S, apparently on some U.K. riots, partly illegible, sometimes hard to read, 60 sheets, $ 1 from LMP. I have also another three of his fiche for sale, same price, headed: Free Speech Radicals, 216pp, but filmed sideways and with much wasted space on each fiche. It contains Theodor Schroeder’s book: Free Speech for Radicals, 1916. – You will either have to twist your head or cut the fiche apart or have one of the advanced readers that allows image rotation. I offer the same title on one fiche, in PP 986 for $ 1. – 2 other Gaska fiche are titled: RATIONALIST AND HUMANIST; E.B. FOOTE; N.Z., containing 85pp, sideways again, on Dr. EDWARD BOND FOOTE, published by the Free Speech League. The rest contains the NZ R & H, April 83, with only 4pp on fiche 1 and 12 only on fiche 2. – $ 2 from LMP. Or get them direct from RICHARD GASKA, 2024 N. Manor Dr., Erie, PA 16505, for whatever he charges. I got them as a result of an exchange, sight unseen and had also pay a high custom duty for his package. Since then I insist on seeing first of all samples of microfiche, that people want to exchange for LMP fiche. However, such flawed fiche can serve as lessons on what mistakes to avoid when undertaking the fiching of one’s manuscripts or of one’s favourite texts. As such they are bargains. Quality controls are needed for microfiche as well as for any other products. First tries are often not good enough and should always be looked at from the point of view of the potential buyer and consumer. Among the early PEACE PLANS issues on microfiche there were also some silly mistakes made, wasting space of fiche or using more fiche than required for a text. Sometimes, I omitted essential information on the title strip. Gradually, all these issues will be re-filmed. Some have been already. – Now I always ask for proof duplicates before I order my usual batch of 100 for $ 28. – It is cheaper to refilm the original than to get a faulty one duplicated. If it wasn’t your mistake, the agency usually does the refilming correctly, at no extra charge. But experienced and interested camera operators are needed for the job, not time servers. Inscriptions under dark pictures require often a different exposure rate to become legible and should thus be photocopied and added to the previous or following page of text. And do not film wide margins to texts, which are not doing any good on fiche. 3-5 mm are enough. Then you get many more pages onto a fiche. Don’t let the first disappointments turn you off this cheap, easy and affordable medium. Do better next time. – J.Z.. 12/6/98.

GASKIN, M., Note-Issue in Modern Scottish Banking, SJPE, 20pp, in PP 795.

GASKIN, ROBERT E., Jr., The Voluntary Society. A Challenge to Conservatives, 9pp, in PP 1132.

GASPAR, DAVID BARRY, The Antigua Slave Conspiracy of 1736: A Case Study of the Origins of Collective resistance, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 35, 1978, 308-323, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p410, headed: The Anatomy of a Slave Revolt.

GASSET, JOSE ORGEGA Y, Die Barbarei des Spezialistentums, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 81. 3 S., aus: “Der Aufstand der Massen”. Forschung, Fachleute, Experten.

GASSET,JOSE ORTEGA Y, Revolt of the Masses, 1p extract, in PP 1382/85: 302.

GASTON, Paul M., A Utopian Heritage: The Fairhope Single Tax Colony, 14pp, 29x, in PP 700.

GATERMAN, SKIP, How Bikers View Freedom, 2pp, in PP 1269.

GATES, BILL, Demonstrating capacity of CD-ROM, which could hold the contents of a stack of 330,000 sheets of single-spaced text. Clipping of hint from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 10/1955: 115, in PP 1492. – WHY don’t anarchists and libertarians use this medium or other affordable, convenient and already powerful media, like

GATHERER, NAOIMI, Dr. & RAY, EL, Opting Out. Liberating Your Home, 2pp: 112, in PP 1469.

GATTO, JOHN, Why Schools Don’t Educate, 2pp, in PP 1150.

GAUCHET, MARCEL, De l’avenement de l’individu a la decouverte de la societe, ANNALES 34, May/June 79, 451-463, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p686, headed: Individualism, Freedom, and Society.

GAUTHIER, DAVID, David Hume, Contractarian, PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 88, April 79, 3-38, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p809, headed: Hume and Contract Theory.

GAUTHIER, DAVID, Morals by Agreement, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1986, review by David Boonin: Glaucon’s Problem, 2pp: 119, in PP 1463/64.

GAUTHIER, DAVID, The Impossibility of Rational Egoism, TJOP, LXXI/14, August 15, 1974, 18pp, in PP 1,020.

GAUTHIER, DAVID, Thomas Hobbes: Moral Theorist, JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 76, Oct. 79, 547-559, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p875, headed: Hobbes and Conventional Morality.

GAUVIN, MARSHALL J., Did Jesus Christ Really Live? N.Y., 1925, 34pp, in PP 1093.

GAUVIN, MARSHALL J., Scoring the Ministers, N.Y., 1925, 38pp, in PP 1093.

GAUVIN, MARSHALL J., The Search for Salvation, n.d., 2pp, 1945, 24pp, in PP 1222.

GAVAGHAN, COLIN, Where’s the Harm? A Libertarian Case for Abortion on Demand, 4pp: PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 47: 81, in PP1516. – In each case the intended result is at least one unique human being less, murdered while helpless, upon insistence of at least the mother, his or her supposed guardian, and with the help of scientifically trained doctors. The Nazis confined their murders to those whom THEY considered to be aliens, i.e., not their own flesh and blood. But Abortionists, like Nazis, regard their victims as “sub-human”, never minding all the genetic evidence to the contrary, and their being, obviously, the own flesh and blood. Thus I consider these murderers to be even more sub-human. Altogether the Nazis murdered many less millions of innocent human beings in this century than the abortionists have. That is not an excuse for the Nazis but an all the stronger accusation towards the abortionists. – Killing Nazis was once considered to be a “fair sport” or justified, by whole nations. Killing a single abortionist is still very much frowned upon. I would rather see them do their “things” or murders only within their own autonomous communities, which would be “tough” (murderous in my view) for their unborn, but would tend to reduce and perhaps even wipe out, in the long run, this strain from the human race. If it were to become, by its own efforts, a close to extinct human sub-species, I for one, if I were still alive, would make not a single effort to preserve it. – Victor Koman recommends the transplant of any unwanted foetus to a willing mother. Medical technology is close to being able to do that. – J.Z., 10.11.98.

GAVISON, RUTH, Privacy and the Limits of Law, YALE LAW JOURNAL 89, Jan. 80, 421-471, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1095, headed: Privacy and the Law.

GAVRILOV, LEONID A., Human Longevity Genes and Sexual Difference in Lifespan, 2pp: 251, in PP 1293/95.

GAVRILOVA, NATALIA ET AL, Human Longevity, Past, Present and Future, 2pp: 499, in PP 1293/95.

GAW, BEVERLY A., The Art of Logical Analysis, 6pp, 676 in PP 1457/62.

GAY RIGHTS, See: AVERY, TOM, Libertarians for Gay Rights, 1p: 79, in PP 501.

GAY RIGHTS, See: THORNDALE, ERIC, Gay Rights and the Tub of State, 2pp: 80, in PP 501.

GAY RIGHTS, See: YOUNG, IAN, Anarchism and Gay Rights, 2pp: 82, in PP 501.

GAY RIGHTS, See: YOUNG, IAN, Coming Out for Round One, Review of: TOBIN, JAY & WICKER, RANDY, The Gay Crusaders, 2pp: 721, in PP 1457/62.

GAYLOR, Anne Nicol, What’s Wrong With the Ten Commandments, 4pp extract from her: Lead Us Not into Penn Station, 29x, in PP 634.

GAYLORD, ROBERT, The Land Stewarding Column, 1p, in PP 1394: 70.

GEDDES, J.L.G., New Approach, A, Georgist paper, 1982, 4pp, 48x, in PP 626.

GEERKEN, JOHN H., Pocock and Machiavelli: Structuralist Explanations in History, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY 17, July 79, 309-318, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1106, headed: Pocock’s Structuralist History & Law.

GEERS, THOMAS R., Stop the War on People, 4pp, in PP 471/472p395, against the war “on drugs”.

GEERTZ, CLIFFORD, Blurred Genres: The Refiguration of Social Thought, THE AMERICAN SCHOLAR 49, Spring 80, 165-179, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1265, headed: Social Science: Game, Drama, and Text.

GEGENSCHEIN No. 56, a sample of Eric Lindsay’s fanzine, 8pp, May 88, 29x, in PP 859. Ryde, NSW, May 1994, by Eric Lindsay, 16pp, in PP 1232. Fanzine with, occasionally, some libertarian contributions.

GEHRET, J., Gegenkultur und Anarchismus, Unterschiede, Gegensaetze und Widersprueche, 1978, 46 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

GEHRET, J., SOLNEMAN & TIMM, Kritik und Antikritik am anarchistischen Kommunismus, 1977, 48 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

GEHRIG, BRUNI, Dr., Brauchen wir monopolistische Zentralbanken? 1978, 13pp, in PP 813. (Author thinks: Yes!)

GEIS, GILBERT, Fable of a Fatty, REASON, 5/1972, 3pp, in PP 1362/63: 239.

GEIS, RICHARD E., Thoughts on Libertarianism, 1p, in PP 1348: 45.

GEIST DIRIGIERT MATERIE, 1 S. Grenzwissenschaften, Psychokinese, in PP 1330/32 (?): 160.

GEIST, RUDOLF, Lyssenko ante portas (I), 3 S., Forschung, Vererbungslehre, in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 19. Das hatte mehr mit Stalin’s Wuenschen u. Diktaten als mit Forschung und Verehrungslehre zu tun. – J.Z.

GELDARD, Ian, The United Nations, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives, No. 3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

GENDREAU, BRIAN C. & PRINCE, SCOTT S., The Private Costs of Bank Failures: Some Historical Evidence, BUSINESS REVIEW, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, March/April 1986, 13pp, in PP 1248.

GENERAL STRIKE, 373/75 (Heywood), see SYNDICALISM.

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

GENETSKI, ROBERT J., Taxes and Economic Vitality, 1990, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.


GENOCIDE STATISTICS, See: RUMMEL, R.J., Statistics of Genocide, in PP 1538.

GENOSSENSCHAFTEN & ALTERNATIVPROJEKTE: ueber Grenzen und Moeglichkeiten eines juristischen Torsos, undatiert, 384 S., in PP 1413/14: 1.


GENOVESI, VINCENT J., S.J., Just War Doctrine: A Warrant for Resistance, THE THOMIST 45, Oct. 81, 503-540, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1771, headed: Just War Theory and Resistance.

GENTILI, JOSEPH L., A Sentio-Centric Value System, 1p review of: GREENBERG, SID, Ayn Rand and Alienation, in PP 1311: 173.

GENTLE ANARCHIST, THE, Lawrence, Kansas, No. 4, June 1984 to No. 14, Winter 1987 (last issue), 125pp, in PP 1110. Compiled by Ed Stamm, a newsletter of “cooperative economics, a no-profit, anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian group dedicated to radical social change through non-violent means.”

GEOLIBERTARIAN NEWSLETTER, THE, Issue 1, May 85, 7p, in PP 1411/12: 406.

GEOLIBERTARIAN NEWSLETTER, THE, Issue 2, May 86, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 413. Incomplete. Part of what is listed under issue 1 may actually belong to issue 2. No page numbering or dating or issue indication! – When one does massive photocopying as fast as possible, one tends to overlooks such details, too. – J.Z.




GEORGE STEELE’S INDIVIDUALIST JOURNAL, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-12, April 86 March 87, 124pp, 29x, PP 754. Vol. 2, Nos. 1-7, April 87 to Oct. 88, 84 pp. (No later issues on hand as yet. It appears that there were no issues between June 87 & July 88.) 29x, in PP 929.

GEORGE, A.E., Letter from Tibet, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p39.GEORGE, HENRY, A Perplexed Philosopher, being an examination of Mr. Herbert Spencer’s various utterances on the Land Question, 1893, 319pp, 24x, in PP 178-181.

GEORGE, HENRY, American Republic, The, 36x, 28pp, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Causes of the Business Depression, 36x, 10pp, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Centennial Year Booklet: Henry George, Mankind’s Guide, Philosopher and Friend, 1939-1897, compiler not named, published by Australian Henry George Leagues, n.d., consisting of sayings by and on Henry George, 16pp, 29x, in PP 625.

GEORGE, HENRY, Complete Works, Vol. II, 1904, 334pp, 29x, in PP 623.

GEORGE, HENRY, Complete Works, Vol. III, Our Land and Land Policy, Speeches, Lectures and Miscellaneous Writings, 1904, 36x, 345pp, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Condition of Labor, The, an open letter to Pope Leo XIII, 1891, 151pp, 29x, in PP 623.

GEORGE, HENRY, Crime of Poverty, The, 34pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Critics of, PP 200 (HERBERT SPENCER), 700, 790 (PREUSS), 1003 (SPENCER HEATH) 1169(MALLOCK), see also FOLDVARY, FRED & MCCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH. See also the separate list on land reform.

GEORGE, HENRY, Jr., Introduction to Addresses at the Funeral of Henry George, ed. by E. Yardley, 15pp, 29x, in PP 625.

GEORGE, HENRY, Jr., Jefferson and the Land Question, 1904, 14pp, in PP 1259.

GEORGE, HENRY, Jr., The Life of Henry George, 1960, 534pp, indexed, 48x, in PP 572.

GEORGE, HENRY, Jr., The Menace of Privilege, A Study of the Dangers to the Republic from the Existence of a Favoured Class, 1906, indexed, 420pp, 29x, in PP 629.

GEORGE, HENRY, Justice the Object: Taxation the Means, 25pp, 24x, in PP 181, 36x in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Land and Taxation, 22pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Land Question, The, 1881, formerly: The Irish Land Question, 109pp, 29x, in PP 623.

GEORGE, HENRY, Law of Human Progress, The, (Book X of “Progress and Poverty”, with a few verbal changes by Louis F. Post, 1917, 121pp, 29x, in PP 632.

GEORGE, HENRY, Moses, Apostle of Freedom, 15pp, 29x, in PP 329, 20pp, 29x, in PP 530.

GEORGE, HENRY, Ode to Liberty, 1877, 7pp, 29x, in PP 625.

GEORGE, HENRY, Our Land and Land Policy, 132pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Passage-at-Arms between the Duke of Argyll and Henry George, A, 74pp, on the land question, 1884, 29x, in PP 623.

GEORGE, HENRY, Peace by Standing Army, 11pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Progress and Poverty, An Inquiry into the Cause of Industrial Depressions and of Increase of Want with Increase of Wealth. The Remedy, 1879, indexed, 571pp, 36x, PP 363, reproduced from the 1905, 25th. anniversary edition, with a condensation by J.L. Busey. – Failure to list this previously, led to another filming of the latest impression, 599pp, indexed, 48x, in PP 573. For the latter a Concordance may also be filmed, if permission can be obtained.

GEORGE, HENRY, Progress and Poverty, condensed, with a foreword, by Miriam Allen deFord, 1944, Haldeman – Julius Publication, Digest 13, in PP 1228.

GEORGE, HENRY, Protection or Free Trade, An Examination of the Tariff Question, with especial regard to the interests of labor, 1886, 1980, 335pp, indexed, 24x, PP 368.

GEORGE, HENRY, Reduction to Iniquity, 1884, reply to the Duke of Argyll, 29x, in PP 623.

GEORGE, HENRY, See: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Henry George, Unorthodox American, 1933, 11pp, in PP 276: 109.

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

GEORGE, HENRY, See: SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Henry George, Rerum Novarum, and the Controversy Concerning Private Property in Land, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1904 or 1905, 18pp, in PP 1321.

GEORGE, HENRY, Single Tax, 3pp, in PP 1265.

GEORGE, HENRY, Social Problems, 1884, from the 1938 ed., 319pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 366.

GEORGE, HENRY, Study of Political Economy, The, 22pp, 36x, in PP 624

GEORGE, HENRY, The Cause of Business Depression, 1894, 7pp, 29x, in PP 556.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Condition of Labour, on open letter to Pope Leo XIII, indexed, 158pp, 1891, reproducing The Encyclical Letter of Pope Leo XIII and quoting Pope Pius XI, Dr. Edward McGlynn & Bishop T. Nulty in the appendix, 29x, in PP 367.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Crime of Poverty, 1885, 23pp, 24x, in PP 181, 34pp, 29x, in PP 556.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Labour Question, an abridgment of THE CONDITION OF LABOUR, by Henry George, made by Harry Llewellyn Davies, 1932, 48pp, 29x, in PP 371.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Land for the People, 1889, 11pp, 29x, in PP 556.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Science of Political Economy, 1898, indexed, 593pp, 36x, PP 365.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Single Tax – What It Is and Why We Urge It, 1890, 10pp, 29x, in PP 556.

GEORGE, HENRY, The Study of Political Economy is Advised by Henry George, Melbourne pamphlet, 20pp, 1947, 24x, in PP 319.

GEORGE, HENRY, Thou Shalt Not Steal, address, 18pp, 1946 reprint, 24x, in PP 330, 22pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY, Thy Kingdom Come, 1889, 16pp, 29x, in PP 556, 36x, in PP 624..

GEORGE, HENRY, To Workingmen, 14pp, 36x, in PP 624.

GEORGE, HENRY: MEAKING, P.I., George and Incentive Taxation, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 167.

GEORGE, MIKE, Decentralizing Madly, 1p article from Resurgence, Sep/Oct. 1976,29x, in PP 638.

GEORGIA LIBERTARIAN, THE, LP of Georgia, XI/w & 3, May/June 83 & Nov. 83, 22pp, in PP 1270.

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


GEORGISM, See: LIBERTARIAN, THE, Greenville, S.C., V/5, Nov. 1925. Special Georgist issue, the only one on hand. 93 pp: 1, in PP 1477.GEORGISM, See: SULLIVAN, MARK A. & JOHANNSEN, OSCAR, Henry George, Anarchy & Land Monopoly, a dialogue, 3pp: 161, in PP 501.

GEORGISM: BOWEN, E.E., M.D., Economics Simplified, edited by GEORGE L. RUSBY, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, N.Y., 1942, 1948, indexed, 238p, in PP 1424: 1.

GEORGISM: HARRIS, J.M., Doubts about Georgist Incentive Taxation, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 145.

GEORGISM: JOHANNSEN, OSCAR B., Georgism: True Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 392.

GEORGIST ADDRESSES, 2pp, 29x, in PP 389.

GEORGIST LEAFLETS, 30 pp, 29x, in PP 723. Some such leaflets are also at 29x, in PP 614.

GERBER, HANS, Dr., Geld und Staat, 1926, extract, in German, on emergency money issues during the Great Inflation, 13pp, 29x, in PP 905.


GERMAN ECONOMIC MIRACLE, See: WEINER, A.B., The German “Miracle”, 11pp: 74, in PP 1506/07.

German School on Money is more advanced. – J.Z.

GERMAN SCHOOL ON MONEY, A Summary of the Teachings, by Ulrich von Beckerath and John Zube, 8pp, 29x, in PP 715. See also: PP 41, 428ff:S.1764 & 2149; 526/27.

GERMANY, 1945 – 48: Evasion Saves the Day, PP 396.

GERSON INSTITUTE, offering therapy for supposedly incurable cancer, prospectus, 5pp, 29x, in PP 725.

GERSON, BEN, Unleashing Animal Rights ; The Movement to Give New Legal Weight to Man’s Servants, THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, Jan. 4, 82, 1, 20, 30, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1650, headed: Animal Rights.

GESELL, See: ANARQUILLO, ANDRES, Freiwirtschaft und Anarchismus, 3 S.: 52, in PP 1456.

GESELL, SILVIO, Der Abbau des Staates nach Einfuehrung der Volksherrschaft. Denkschrift an die zu Weimar versammelten Nationalraete, 1919, 31 S., in PP 957. Anscheinend ein Entwurf der zu dem spaeteren Buch dieses Titels fuehrte. – J.Z.

GESELL, SILVIO, DER ABGEBAUTE STAAT, Leben und Treiben in einem gesetz- und sittenlosen hochstrebenden Kulturvolk, 1927, 97 S., 29x, in PP 331. Gesellian leaflet: Frieden Schaffen! Aber Wie? 2pp, 29x, in PP 735.

GESELL, SILVIO, PP 5, 381, 668, 428ffp2200, 803, 804, 936, 1006, see Woergl, SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, 568. Major Douglas and Silvio Gesell were totalitarians – with regard to their monetary reforms. – J.Z.

GESELL, SILVIO, See: Books by KARL WALKER, e.g., in PP 1456.

GESELL, SILVIO, See: LANGELUECKE, HANS, Dr., Tauschbank und Schwundgeld als Wege zur zinslosen Wirtschaft, 1925, 154 S., 34, in PP 1452.

GESELL, SILVIO, See: RADA, UWE, Knochen under Umlaufdruck, TAZ, 12.11.93, 1p, “Kiezgeld gilt in 21 Laeden”, in PP 1240, on another Silvio Gesell experiment in Berlin.

GESELL, SILVIO, See: RIST, CARL, Die Geistige Festwaehrung, Das Instrument der Sprache zur Loesung der Sozialen Frage, 1931, 1977, 16 S., 286, in PP 1454. – Teil der Terminologie eines anarchistischen Gesellianers, der das Geldmonopol nicht abschaffen sondern nur “verbessern” will. – Aus den Papieren von Kurt Zube.

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

GEWIRTH, ALAN, The Basis and Content of Human Rights, GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 13, No. 4, Sum. 79, 1143-1170, summary only, 2p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1089, headed: What Are Rights?

GHE, ALEXANDRE, Lettre Ouverte a P. Kropotkine, Lausanne, 1916, 14pp, in PP 1,044.

GHETTO, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., A Note on Terminology: “The Ghetto”, 3pp: 9, in PP 1457/62.

GHIO, PAUL, L’Anarchisme aux Etats-Unis, precede d’une lettre de Louis Marle, 1903, 194pp, 24x, in PP 286.

GIBB, Vernon, Is YOUR Child a Dunce? 1964, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

GIBBINS, H. de B., Dr., Introductory Chapter: The Free Trade Movement before the 19th Century, Early Free Traders, Treaties, William Pitt, Adam Smith, William Huskisson, 7 pp, with supplementary chapters XV & XVI, 40 pages, to: MONGREDIEN, AUGUSTUS, History of the Free Trade Movement in England, 1881, 1897, in PP 1066.

GIBBINS, JOHN to ZUBE, JOHN, Nov. 89, 1 1/2pp, with notes by John Zube, 3pp, in PP 913.

GIBBINS, JOHN, L.E.T.S. Talent$hare, 12pp paper, 1989, in PP 913.

GIBBON, DAVID, Tobacco, Children & Entrapment: A Cause for Concern, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GIBBON, EDWARD, The Laws of the Barbarians, an extract from vol. 4, chapter 38 of his famous work, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, a precedent for personal law and panarchism among “barbarians”, to whose ancient traditions we probably owe most of our present liberties. We can still learn from them! 2pp, with comments by John Zube, 24x, in PP 6, 1p, 36x, in PP 61-63, 29x, in PP 506.

GIBBS, ANNETTE, The Student Press: Institutional Prerogatives vs. Individual Rights, JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT PERSONNEL 19, 1978, 16-20, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p495, headed: Student Press and Autonomy. – Typically, the micrographic alternative is not even mentioned. – J.Z.

GIBBS, HARRY, Sir, A Constitutional Bill of Rights, 4pp, in PP 1139.

GIBSON, HUGH, The Duty to Oppose, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 47. – What, when? How? By what means? Why? – Opposition, resistance, revolutions, are not ideals by themselves, although some talk about them as if they were. – J.Z.

GIBSON, JOHN, The Wall Poets: Graffiti, 2pp, 36x, in PP 412, p217..

GIDDENS, LARRY, The New Left & Racism, 1p, in PP 276: 81.

GIDDENS, LARRY, The New Left and Racism, 1p, in PP 276.

GIDE, CHARLES & RIST, CHARLES, A History of Economic Doctrines, from the Time of the Physiocrats to the Present Day, 695pp, first published 1915, from the 1932 edition, in PP 892 & 893.

GIDEONSE, HENDRIK D., Improving the Federal Administration of Educational Programs, EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION AND POLICY ANALYSIS 2, Jan/Feb 80, 61-70, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p995, headed: The Problems of Federal Education.

GIERINGER, DALE, Changes Needed: The Antiwar Movement, 2pp, in PP 1158.

GIERKE, OTTO, Natural Law & the Theory of Society, 1500-1800, first printed in English in 1934, short extract, 1p, on individual secessionism, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.

GIERKE, OTTO, See: 23. CAPLAN, BRYAN, Otto Gierke’s Political Theories of the Middle Ages, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 214.

GIERSCH, HERBERT, The Ethic of Economic Freedom, CIS Occasional Papers 24, 1989, 12pp, in PP 1254.GIESEKAM, M., Principles of an Individualist, 3 major points, 48x, in PP 589/590.GIESSENER FREIE PRESSE, Besuch bei Herman Soergel, 2 S., Gute Ideen, Neuland, Atlantropa Projekt, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 47. – Genau genommen, muessten andere Meere entsprechend dem Sinken des Mittlemeeres steigen – aber das wuerde sich ueber alle Kuesten verteilen. – J.Z.

GIFT COUPONS AS PAY RISE, to avert a strike, the case of Grace Bros, Roseland, Sydney 1964, as little as I could find out, 4pp, in PP 913.

GIGLIO, GIOVANNI, The Triumph of Barrabas, 1937, 12pp extract, as an appendix to Preyer’s book: Die Arbeits- u. Pachtgenossenschaften Italiens, 1913, in PP 846.

GILBART, JAMES W., The History of Banking in America: with an inquiry how far the banking institutions of America are adapted to this country; and A review of the causes of the present pressure on the money market, London, 1837, N.Y., 1967, 219pp, in PP 795.

GILBERT, ALAN, Equality and Social Theory in Rawls’ Theory of Justice, THE OCCASIONAL REVIEW 8, Autumn 78, 95-117, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p518, headed: Rawls and the New Equality.

GILCHRIST, GAVIN, Pest-killing food crops the next frontier, 2pp, 96, in PP 1418: 121. – Will such foods be healthy for us? – J.Z.

GILCHRIST, S.S., Introduction and comment to two commemoration addresses to the centenary of the publication of “Progress and Poverty” by Henry George, 29x, in PP ??? (First listed with the wrong PP No: 509, now still buried somewhere! 3 quick searches did not uncover the fiche number these contributions hide in. J.Z.)

GILCHRIST, S.S., The Basic Causes of Unemployment, 1979, 6pp, 36x, in PP 381.

GILDEMEISTER, OTTO, Der Hexenmeister auf dem Hochseil, Interview mit DAVES, HARRY, 2 S., Besondere Faehigkeiten, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 169. – Man sollte eine so gute Idee wie das Ideen Archiv nicht mit Dreck verkleistern! Solche Geschichten gehoeren in die Massenmedia, nicht in ein Ideen Archiv. Vorschlaege, die verbleibenden Freiheiten noch weiter einzuschraenken, d.h., etatistische “Ideen”, gehoeren gleichfalls nicht in ein solches Archiv. Von diesen Fehlern sollte man lernen, fuer kuenftige Versuche einen weltweiten Markt fuer Ideen und Talente zu schaffen, auf dem Angebot und Nachfrage auf diesem Gebiet sich leicht und schnell treffen koennen. Kurt Zube, in seiner Absicht keinerlei “Zensur” auszuueben, ging dabei zu weit und nahm allzuviel Unsinniges und Populaeres an. Die Etatisten, New Age Leute und populaeren Interessen sollten sich ihre eigenen Archive schaffen. – Und die Anarchisten und Libertaeren sollten endlich ihre eigenen Ideen ernst genug nehmen um sie alle zu sammeln und leicht und billig zugaengig zu machen. – J.Z., 29.9.97.

GILDEMEISTER, OTTO, Die Methoden der Unterwelt (I), 5 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-32: 28. Kniffe und Tricks, Kriminelles Warum das hier? Die Ausrede: Zum eigenen Schutz, ist etwas fadenscheinig. – J.Z.

GILDEMEISTER, OTTO, Hinter den Kulissen des Erfolges, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 69.

GILDER, GEORGE, Lessons from London, 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 6.

GILDER, GEORGE, Sexual Suicide, review by ROTHBARD, 1p: 37, in PP 1468. – On women’s lib.GILDER, GEORGE, Supply-Side Economics, central chapter of his WEALTH & POVERTY, 11pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p219.

GILDER, GEORGE, The Distribution Myth, 1981, 2pp, in PP 1538: 1.

GILDER, GEORGE, Wealth and Poverty, 1p flyer only for the book, in PP 1538: 11.

GILES, RICHARD, Are Civil Liberties Offensive? 3pp, in PP 1234. GILES-PETERS, A.R., Karl Korsch: A Marxist Friend of Anarchism, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p193.GILL, EMILY R., Justice in Smith: The Right and the Good, REVIEW OF SOCIAL ECONOMY 34, Dec. 1976, 275-294, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p213. Headed: Justice and Adam Smith.

GILL, MICHAEL, Objections of the Law Council, 5pp, in PP 1139, on 85 Bill of Rights.

GILL, TIM, Cooperative Commonwealth, 1p, in PP 1158.

GILLETT, ELIZABETH, A Mixed Blessing, Review of: STORMER, JOHN A., None Dare Call it Treason, 3pp, in PP 1376: 36.

GILLIES, D.A., An Objective Theory of Probability, 1p review by MURRAY N. ROTHBARD, in PP 1367/68: 60.

GILLILAND, M., The Free, London, Hooligan Press, 1986, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 1p, 29x, in PP 921.

GILLY, JOSEPH A., The Art of Community, a review of Spencer MacCallum’s book, 1972, 4pp, 24x, in PP 107-108.

GILMAN, ROBERT, Mondragon: The Remarkable Achievement, IN CONTEXT, Spring 1983, in PP 1,049.

GINSBERG, ALLEN, The Great Marijuana Hoax, 14pp, in PP 1362/63: 197. – 1966, 3pp, in PP 1395: 83.

GINSENG: MASON, ROGER, Ginseng, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 122. On growing it yourself.

GIRAUD, DANIEL, Renzo Novatore – Outlaw Anarchist, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 345.

GIRODAY, JEAN DE LA, Development of a Country Privatization Strategy, 1986, 16pp, in PP 1,014.

GIRTON, LANCE & ROPER, DON, Theory and Implication of Currency Substitution, JMCB, Feb. 81, 19pp, in PP 806.

GISIN, GEORGES, Die volkswirtschaftliche Bedeutung der WIR Wirtschaftsring- Genossenschaft Basel, Dissertation, Universitaet Basel, 1954, Druck: 1955, mit Literaturverzeichnis, 85 S.: 59, in PP 1493. – This may be the shortest Dissertation that I have seen. – J.Z.

GISSURARSON, Hannes H., MINOGUE, Kenneth R. & GRAY, John, Ideas about Freedom, a Discussion, CIS, 1986, 39pp, 36x, in PP 719.

GIZYCKI, G. v., Das Buch des Friedens, unter Mitarbeit hervorragender Zeitgenossen, herausgegeben von G.v.Gizycki, undatiert, ca. 1915-18, 412 S., in PP 822.

GLASER, LARRY, Do Tariffs Benefit the Public? Yes – Charles Marvin, No – Larry Glaser, 3pp, in PP 1132.

GLASS, MICHAEL, The Bible – Humbug and Horror, 1980, 1983, The Rationalist Association of N.S.W., 19pp: 38, in PP 1477.

GLASS, STEPEN, Yes We Kenosha. With Can-Do Capitalism, a Wisconsin Town Busts out of the Rustbelt, 3pp, in PP 1336/39:288.

GLASSER, GEORGE H., Rotter runs for Congress, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p601. – I was thinking that almost ONLY “rotters” ran for Congress. – J.Z.

GLASSER, IRA, A Civil Libertarian Looks at Nuclear Power, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 349.

GLASSER, IRA, Welfare vs. Liberty : Prisoners of Benevolence, THE NATION, 226, April 1, 1978, 370-372, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p174. Headed: Paternalism.

GLAT, MARK, John Locke’s Historical Sense, THE REVIEW OF POLITICS 43, Jan. 81, 3-21, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1652, headed: Locke, Liberalism, and the Historical Sense.

GLAZEBROOK, JOHN, The Obedient Torturers, 3pp, in PP 471/472p390. – So far almost everybody subscribes to territorial torture chambers for individuals and minority groups. – J.Z.

GLEICHEN-RUSSWURM, ALEXANDER von, Einleitung, 8 S., zu Humboldt: Der Staat, 29x, in PP 395.

GLEISSNER, RICHARD A., The Levellers and Natural Law: The Putney Debates of 1647, THE JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 20, Fall 80, 74-89, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1788, headed: The Levellers & Natural Law.

GLEN, A.R., The Nanaimo Experience, by the president of NASCO, re contract selling for consumer coops. Letter of 1973, in response to inquiry from newly formed food co-op, 3pp, in PP 1071.

GLENDENING, MARC-HENRI, Onward into the Light, 1990, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 53, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GLENDENING, Mark-Henri, The Free Economy and the Planned Economy, LA Economic Notes No. 2, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

GLENN OF PROVINCE, A Peace Directory, 3rd. ed., 50pp, with some comments by John Zube, 4pp, 29x, in PP 392.

GLENN, GARY D., Abortion and Inalienable Rights in Classical Liberalism, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 20, 1975, 62-80, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p381, headed: Liberalism, Rights, and Abortion.

GLENNIE, MARY MARGARET, An Invitation to Libertarians, 5pp: 1, in PP 1491.

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 PP 1491. – Pages and pages are dedicated to job opportunities and other attractions of Fort Collins. Demographic & shopping centre notes, climate and recreation survey, chamber of commerce members, major employers, etc., all the details you might want when considering such a move. – I would rather have seen a study of what a monetary freedom revolution in Fort Collins might mean for Fort Collins and the rest of the world. See my note on: 35. – I would rather see libertarians keeping sufficiently in touch with each other through an encyclopaedia, library, bibliography, index, abstracts and review compilations, directory specifying libertarian interests, mail, telephone, on-line, via microfiche, floppies and text-only CD-ROM. – Personal meetings are not necessarily the most fruitful ones and some political influence in a large town is just not good enough. – J.Z.

GLOBAL 2000, Another pyramid scheme, a leaflet inserted in LONGEVITY REPORT. 1p: 538, in PP 1293/95. – Why do so many libertarians fall for pyramid schemes, system gambling etc.? Isn’t the gamble on freedom ideas and the prizes of their realization enough? Are they, like the State Socialists, full of wishful “thinking”, too? Do they have to play “something for nothing” or “zero sum” games? – The rich are not really free, nor are they, mostly, interested in promoting liberty. Would many rich libertarians remain active libertarians? I am rather interested in how poor libertarians could promote freedom for themselves & for all others who want it. – J.Z.

GLOBAL IDEAS BANK, Private Monetary Systems and no Bank of England, 1p summary of Kevin Dowd, Private Money, I.E.A., 1988, 71pp, in PP 1534: 25.

GLOBAL IDEAS BANK: ALBERY, NICHOLAS, letter on GLOBAL IDEAS BANK, ISI, 96, 1p, in PP1349: 21. – If only enough anarchists and libertarians were to send in all their freedom ideas, in abstracts, to this archive, preferably on disk, then, as a general market for ideas, it could also work for them. – I am so involved in getting more texts onto microfiche that I have not got around to send N.A. many short versions of freedom ideas. – But, sooner or later, I do hope to get around to abstract many of what I perceive to be the most important freedom ideas in my series. To some extent that was done, in two of my books, in PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z., 9/97.

GLOBAL RESOURCE BANK NEWSLETTER, THE, 2pp on another odd money foundation attempt, in PP 791.

GLOBAL WARMING? See: LINDZEN, RICHARD, Global Warming – Fact or Fad? R.L. interviewed by Lindsay Perigo, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 316.

GLOBUS & DIE WELT, 26 Mai 1987, Die Vielfalt im Einzelhandel, Ausschnitt, 1 S.: 79, in PP 1493. – A statistic on German retail trade, which is instructive on the spread of the “cover” provided by “shop foundation” for alternative and competing currencies. Their stocks of goods, together with the services of service providers, are the only “cover” required for sound, optional and competitive local currencies. These currencies could and should be issued by their local associations, without let or hindrance by any government. They should also be freed to choose whatever standard of value THEY and their customers prefer – for their currencies, prices, fees and contracts. With this “cover” mobilized to its limits (e.g. acceptance at par), mass unemployment could be abolished within days or even hours. – PIOT, J.Z., 22.12.1997. – Stocks of retailers, ready for sale, are currently A $ 74.8 billion, not counting the service sector at all: THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, June 2, 98, page 6, top.

GLOVER, PAUL, Creating Ecological Economics with Local Currency, WHOLE EARTH REVIEW, Fall 95, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 217.

GLOVER, RICHARD CONRAD, Incurable Ulster, SMH, 15 Oct. 88 clipping, with a note by J.Z., 2pp, in PP 816. See Ireland.

GNATEK, JOHN MICHAEL, I.D. carding John Michael Gnated, a fan of Dr. James Martin and of Max Stirner, thus a philosophical artist, interview, 1987, 1p, compiled by Margot Cleary, in PP 1,018.

GO WEST, Gegen den Strom, Alles ueber deine Freiheit, in PP 1326: 81. Wege aus der Menschengesellschaft, vormals DER KRAKEHLER, Nr. 1, 2. Jhg, Hamburg, erscheint alle 3 Monate, 12 S., 1989. – How long did it “krakehl” and “go west”, while riding a paper tiger? Moreover, if you keep going West you arrive in the East and later back at your starting point. – J.Z.


GOBLE, FRANK, Henry George and the American Ethic, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381.

GOD & TOTALITARIANISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Religious Notes 1).


GOD, See: FOLDVARY, FRED, Is God a Libertarian? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1259. – God is nothing. God is not. It or she or he exists only as a notion in some heads – and even there it ought to be abolished to get some more rightful and sensible actions out of these believers. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

GOD, See: PP 534, see Atheism, Christianity, Churches, Religion.

GOD, See: WOODWORTH, FRED, There Is No God, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 302. – Is there anyone out there, whom you have to take serious, in this respect, who says that there is one? – J.Z., 10.10.97.

GODKIN, EDWIN LAWRENCE, Unforeseen Tendencies of Democracy, 2nd. ed., 1903, 265pp, 29x, in PP 482.

GODOT, ESPERANZA, Review of The Anarchist Cookbook, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, Enquiry concerning Political Justice, 1p review by R.A. CHILDS, in PP 1367/68: 65.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, On Law, Freedom Press pamphlet, consisting of extracts, 1945, 14pp, 24x, in PP 282.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, PP 1099, 1141, 1154, reviewed by Paul Eltzbacher, 1900, 17pp, 24x, in PP 208.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, See PENSEE et ACTION, PENSEE ET ACTION saluent William Godwin, 1756 – 1836, Philosophe de la Justice et de la Liberte, LES CAHIERS, No. 1, Trimestriel, Aout-Septembre 1953, 82pp, with contributions by G. Woodcock, A. Prunier, Max Nettlau, Benjamin Constant, H. Salt, J. Cello, C. Zaccaria, Hem Day, J. Garcia Pradas and P. Kropotkine, in PP 1099.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, See RAMUS, PIERRE, William Godwin, der Theoretiker des Kommunistischen Anarchismus, mit Geleitwort, 1 S., von Dr. W. Borgius, 1907, 83 S., mit Namensregister, hier vom undatierten Nachdruck, Verlag Buechse der Pandora, in PP 1141.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, See: HENNING, MARKUS, William Godwin, 5pp, Musterbeitrag zu DEGEN’s LEXIKON DER ANARCHIE, in PP 1326.

GODWIN, WILLIAM, Ueber die Politische Gerechtigkeit, 36 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 4, in PP 1154.

GODWIN, WILLIAM: MCELROY, WENDY & SMITH, GEORGE, Wollstonecraft & Godwin, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 267. – From THE FAMILIST.

GOEHLERT, ROBERT & HERCZEG, CLAIRE, Anarchism: A Bibliography, 1982, author indexed, 122pp, in PP 1304??? (It did not fit there. Where now??? It may still wait, in a box, for filming with other material of the same format. Sorry about that. – J.Z., 21.6.99) – Who will help me keyboard, scan or Internet – print – out all anarchist and libertarian bibliographies into a single and comprehensive one, at least by authors? Then such a listing might easily come to 50,000, nay, even to 150,000 titles. So far we do not even know how many freedom books and other titles have ever been written or published. Leaving a single significant title unrecognized might be disastrous. We ought to take all freedom writings seriously enough to make all of them accessible, fully, permanently, cheaply and fast enough, at least in one medium. Go fiching – for liberty! – J.Z.

GOERITZ, THOMAS, & MEULEN, HENRY, The Price of Gold, 4th. ed., 1973, 8pp, 36x, in PP 561.

GOERNER, E.A., On Thomistic Natural Law: The Bad Man’s View of Natural Right, POLITICAL THEORY 7, Feb. 79, 101-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p874, headed: Aquinas: Natural Right or Natural Law?

GOERTZ, FRANZ, Raeuber und Piraten, FAZ, 11 Nov. 1984, 2pp. On copyrights and pirate editions, in PP 971.

GOETHE, WOLFGANG VON, Hat Goethe uns noch etwas zu sagen? 1 S., anonym, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 53, mit Zitaten, Lebenskunst. – Wieviel er us noch zu sagen hat wuerde besser gezeigt durch eine gut indexierte nur-Text CD-ROM aller seiner Werke, i.e. ca. 60-98 Baende. Schiller und vielleicht auch noch einige andere Dichter wuerden auch noch darauf passen. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

GOETHE, WOLFGANG VON, See THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

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

GOFMAN, JOHN; O’CONNOR, EGAN & MUELLER, MILTON, Sitting In At Wall Street: A Libertarian Response, 1979, 4pp: 44, in PP 1514.

GOLD & FREEDOM, PP 905.GOLD & SILVER, CONCURRENT CIRCULATION, PP 237/38. (With legal tender this would be Bimetallism, without it, parallel and optional currencies. J.Z.)


GOLD BANK NOTES of Antigua and Barbuda, on gold sheets rather than paper, for collectors, 12pp, 29x, in PP 866.


GOLD BUG, THE, N.Y., published by Committee to Establish the Gold Standard, edited by Howard S. Katz, incomplete, 274pp, in PP 1419: 32. – IV/6, No. 6 (No. 42), June 75 – IV/12, No. 12 (No.48), Dec. 75; V/1, No. 1 ( No. 49), Jan. 76 – No. 12, Dec. 76; VI/1, No. 1, Jan. 77, No. 3, March 77 – No. 5, May 77.

GOLD CLAUSES, PP 4128ff:p120.

GOLD CLAUSES, See: GREEN, STEVEN L., The Abrogation of Gold Clauses in 1933 and its Relation to Current Controversies in Monetary Economics, with bibliography, 17pp, 1986, in PP 1247. – See MILHAUD’s and BECKERATH’s writings on this.

GOLD CLAUSES, See: MESTRE, ACHILLE & JAMES, EMILE, La Clause-Or en Droit Francais, 1926mm 176pp, in PP 25. Recommended by Ulrich von Beckerath.

GOLD FLASH, Sept. 86, 8pp, 48x, in PP 739.

GOLD LETTER, Die Welt des Goldes, Informationen und Meinungen rund ums Gold, 11/85, 3/86, 6/86, 10/86, 12/86, 40pp, 48x, in PP 739, III/1987, August 87, 8pp, in PP 803, Dez. 87 & 3/88, 16pp, in PP 793, 9/88, 12/88 & 3/89, 32 S., 29x, in PP 866.


GOLD ‘N DOLLARS, Introductory leaflet to the booklet by Ron Manners & Ron Kitching, 1p, in PP 1214.

GOLD NEWSLETTER, 1.) 1p leaflet only, 29x in PP 735, 2.) 5pp pamphlet, 1980, 48x, in PP 740, 3.) March 1986 sample, 12pp, 29x, in PP 735.



GOLD REVIEW, Mai-June & July-August, 1989, in German, 19pp, with Portfolio Strategy of the review, July-August 89, 4pp, in PP 913.

GOLD SAVINGS PLANS AND PRACTICES, PP 738. See Choice in Value Standards, Choice in Currencies.

GOLD STANDARD CORPORATION, Flyer on its 1/10th oz gold coin issue, in PP 787.

GOLD STANDARD CORPORATION, Sterling Masters, Tobacco Inflation, 1p, 1980, in PP 1247.

GOLD STANDARD CORPORATION, W.A., a clipping & a letter on gold note plans for Western Australia, 1987/88, 2pp, in PP 791.

GOLD STANDARD, CONVENTIONAL, See: ROSS, ERNEST G., Letter from the Paper Planet, 8pp: 432, in PP 1529-33. – For conventional gold standard and private coinage.

GOLD STANDARD, See: PP 1185.GOLD STANDARDS, PP 11, 373 – 375, 803, 804, 806, 815, 904. (Most ignore that several types are possible, exclusive and imposed vs. competitive and optional ones, legal tender ones vs. free market rated ones, 100% to fractional ones, pretended to real ones, the ones that insist on metallic redemptionism and the other that refers redemption to the free gold market, while only accounting and clearing in gold weight units. J.Z.)

GOLD TRUCE, Milhaud’s 1933 proposal, PP 299, 360.

GOLD, A chapter from MINERAL FACTS AND PROBLEMS, 1975 edition, Bureau of Mines, 19pp, 48x, in PP 739.

GOLD, PP 83/84, 237/38, 394, 428ff (S. 32, 38, 47, 107, 120, 318, 645, 738, 745), 645, 731, 738/40, 742, 787, 802, 804, 866, 969, 979, 984, 1170,

GOLD, Price of Gold, Meulen & Goeritz view: PP 561: KEMMERER: 544. See also BECKERATH & ZANDER on this. An Ounce of gold can be used to determine prices – but for such prices it does not have a “price”. – J.Z.

GOLD, RECOVERY, PROPERTIES & APPLICATIONS, 738. (A reminder that it is one of the most useful and used metals. – J.Z.)

GOLD, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Back to Gold? 4pp from THE FREEMAN, Oct. 65, in PP 1247.

GOLD, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Gold versus Paper, 1953, 5pp: 46, in PP 1480.

GOLD, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Gold, 3pp, reprinted from THE FREEMAN, June 1965: 547, in PP 1457/62. – Discusses only gold redemptionism not gold clearing or gold accounting standards based on gold weight units. To that extent Mises was still hundreds of years behind in evaluating gold standard options. – J.Z.

GOLD, See: NORTH, GARY, Gold’s Dust, 9pp: 97, in PP 1529-33.

GOLD, See: PAUL, RON, Gold, Peace, and Prosperity, 1981, 55pp, 2pp review only, by ROGER REAM: 287, in PP 1529-33.

GOLD, See: RINTELEN, KARL, Zurueck zur Goldmark!, 1922, 59 S.: 99, in PP 1501. – Ein Etatist, der EINIGE der Ungerechtigkeiten u. Fehler des monetaeren Despotismus kritisiert aber nicht die volle Zahlungsmittel- u. Verrechnungsfreiheit u. freie Wahl des Wertmasses verlangt. Er kritisiert auch nur die Haelfte des Zwangskurses (Annahmezwang, verbunden mit Zwangswert) und verlangt ihn nicht fuer Emittenten. Stattdessen schlaegt er den Annahmezwang des Staatspapiergeldes vor, aber nur zum Kurswert, auch fuer die Steuerkassen. – J.Z.

GOLD, See: WESTMILLER, WILLIAM, The Greatest Show On Earth, 2pp: 618, in PP 1457/62. – On the government policy of demonetizing gold, devaluation and outlawing private possession of gold.

GOLD: PAUL, RON, New Role for Gold? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 877. – Even gold weight units for clearing and accounting purposes only, is not really a new role for gold. In form of supplementary coins for daily exchanges, it has always and can only play a limited role with regard to the possible and desirable exchanges. Even at the highest possible circulation speed and even if it were and remained the most stable and precious and convenient medium for coinage, but also one of the most expensive ones, one has to consider that a single commodity can hardly serve as a general and exclusive exchange medium for the exchanges of millions of different commodities among billions of people, with many of these millions of other commodities existing in much larger quantities, and being of greater value for our survival and also of greater total commercial value. If ever transaction had to be paid in gold coins, how many of today’s daily transactions could take place? Settlements are often done much faster and more convenient and cheaply than by payment in gold coins. Even gold should not become an exclusive and forced currency and value standard – but just an optional currency and value standard – and clearing and accounting unit. For that, theoretically, a single gold coin in the whole world would suffice. – If you want to adopt e.g. an ounce of blue veined cheese as YOUR value standard, you should be at liberty to do so. But do not simply assume that the quantity of that cheese, which exists now, or that could be produced, would be sufficient to mediate all exchanges in this world, not only as and abstracted value standard but also as an exclusive medium of exchange. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

GOLDBERG, ISAAC, A Guide to Rabelais, 1924, 61pp, LBB 519, in PP 1209.

GOLDBERG, ISAAC, Joseph McCabe: Fighter for Freethought. 50 Years on the Rationalist Front, 1936, Haldeman – Julius Publications, Reviewer’s Library No. 4, 48pp, in PP 1220.

GOLDBERG, ISAAC, Mussolini Exposed. A Review of the Libertarian Work of George Seldes, author of “Sawdust Caesar”, 1936, 30pp, Reviewer’s Library No. 6, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1211.

GOLDBERG, STEVEN, The Inevitability of Patriarchy, review by RIQUI LEON, 1p: 37, in PP 1468. – On women’s lib.

GOLDBERG, STEVEN, Women’s Lib: Goldberg Replies to Kinsky, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 132.

GOLDEN, D.B. & GOLDENBERG, M., Rand Answers, Oct. 72, 1p: 14, & Rand Answers Completed, 1p: 27, in PP 1498.

GOLDEN, D.B., Discovery Montessori, 1p: 10, in PP 1498.

GOLDEN, D.B., Rand Speaks at Ford Hall Forum, 1972, 2pp: 9, in PP 1498.

GOLDIE, MARK, The Roots of True Whiggism, 1688-94, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, Sum. 80, 195-236, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1447, headed: True Whiggism: 1688-1694.

GOLDMAN, ALAN H., The Obligation to Obey the Law, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 6, Spring 80, 13-31, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1167, headed: Obedience to Law. – They are not “divine commandments”, either, but often merely orders of the most successful crime syndicate in a country. Whenever and to the extent that laws are or can be right then they are right by natural law or individual choice and not by territorial political sanction. – J.Z., 10.6.98.

GOLDMAN, EMMA an BLUESTEIN, ABE, 25th Jan. 1938, 6pp, in PP 1359: 69.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, 5 newspaper clippings of 1939, 7pp, in PP 1417: 19.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, A New Declaration of Independence, 1p, MOTHER EARTH, IV, 1909/1910, in PP 1151. – By now there are so many such declarations that it might be worthwhile to try to compile and at least microfiche an anthology of them, as I did of private drafts of human rights codes, in PP 589/590. J.Z. – See: Declarations of Independence, First Principles, Human Rights.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Anarchism and other Essays, 229pp, 36x, in PP 621.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Anarchism, 3pp, in PP 1425: 52.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Anarchismus – Seine Wirkliche Bedeutung, 32 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 11, in PP 1154.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Die Ursachen des Niederganges der Russischen Revolution, 78 S., einschliesslich : 6 S. Vorwort von Rudolf Rocker, 1922, Verlag Der Syndicalist, Berlin, in PP 1359.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Johann Most, 17pp, 29x, in PP 618.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, My Disillusionment in Russia, including “My Further Disillusionment in Russia”, 1922, without the copyrighted biographical articles of the 1970 reprint, 280pp, 29x, in PP 618.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, On the Trail, 6pp, in PP 1359.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Papers, on 69 microfilm reels, home page, 1p, indicating contents of this collection, published in 1995 not by anarchists but by a large multinational publishing corporation, Chadwyck Healey, in PP 1538: 195. – I wish that the number of pages or frames would be indicated in the future. C.H. has once again shamed anarchist publishers as a non-anarchist publishing house that produces more anarchist material than the anarchists do, between them. Moreover, it does so only as a small side-line of its publishing. It can be so productive because it uses microfilm, which anarchists have so far largely avoided. Shall we finally see all anarchist writings permanently and expensively published by non-anarchists, in this format, rather than by anarchists? C.H. is well on the way! – J.Z., 8.2.1999.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Patriotism: A Menace to Liberty, 1908, 10pp, in REVOLUTION, in PP 1170.GOLDMAN, EMMA, PP 618, 621.GOLDMAN, EMMA, Preparedness: The Road to Universal Slaughter, 1915, 10pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, See: GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Emma Goldman, Anarcho-Feminist, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 81.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, See: KERNOCHAN, JIM, Emma Goldman: Morning Star of Sexual Anarchy, 5pp: 65, in PP 501.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, See: TORONTO STAR, Emma Goldman, Anarchist Crazy about Cathedrals, 1p, April 22, 1939, in PP 1359: 13. – BARNES, RUSSELL, Anarchist Then – and Now. Emma Goldman in Windsor, Keeps Faith, 1p from THE DETROIT NEWS, May 19, 39, in PP 1359: 14. — EVENING TELEGRAM, THE, Toronto, Stalin Was Real Judas in Spain, Speaker Says. Spaniards defeated but not conquered, asserts Miss Emma Goldman – Speaks here. – 4/28/39, 1p, in PP 1359: 15. — WINDSOR STAR, Ontario, Terms Reds “Betrayers”. Emma Goldman, States Spain Double-Crossed by Russia, May 20, 1939, 1p, in PP 1359: 15. — MACFARLANE, DOUGLAS, Red Emma Goldman Stumps for Anarchy, Social Revolutionary Predicts War and Regards Rebellion as only Alternative, WINDSOR STAR, Ontario, May 19, 39, 2pp, in PP 1359: 17. — MOTHER EARTH, VI/1, March 1911, 36pp & VI/10, Dec. 1911, 36pp, in PP 1359: 20.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, The Individual, Society and the State, 16pp, n.d., from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, The Place of the Individual in Society, 16pp, 29x, in PP 525.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, The Traffic in Women, 7pp, on prostitution, in PP 1165.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, There Is no Communism in Russia, 16pp, 29x, in PP 618.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, To comrades and friends on the North American continent, issued on her 70th birthday, Toronto, June 27, 1939, 1p, in PP 1328 : 92, & in PP 1359: 12.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Voltairine de Cleyre, reprint of 1939 Oriole Press edition, 42pp, in PP 1359: 1.

GOLDMAN, EMMA, Woman Suffrage, 1910, 17pp, in PP 1359: 38.

GOLDMAN, MORRIS, Competition for the Federal Reserve System, 1984, 3pp, in PP 1182.

GOLDMAN, ROBERT & RAJAGOPAL, ARVIND, Mapping Hegemony: Television News Coverage of Industrial Conflict , 1991, 258pp, in 1p, in PP 1534: 108.

GOLDPLAN, DER, a 1p adv. of 6 German banks offering gold investment, 29x, in PP 866.GOLDSMITH, ABBY & MERRIMAN, MARK, Private Protection Begins at Home, 76, 2pp, in PP 1345/46: 68.GOLDSMITH, ABBY, A Sense of Community, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 31.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Children & Freedom, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 95.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Education and Freedom, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 185.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Emma Goldman, Anarcho-Feminist, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 81.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Errors of “Natural Rights” Proponents, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 127. – Libertarians without a moral approach are bound to lose. Men cannot function properly without basic rights and liberties. They belong to their very nature. – J.Z.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Hess & Dear America, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 104.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Lesbianism & Feminism, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 209.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, LP: Not the Alternative, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 151.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, On Children, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 307.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY, Pig in the Head, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 197.

GOLDSMITH, ABBY. Libertarians, Sexism and the E.R.A., 2p, in PP 1404/06: 43.

GOLDSMITH, M.M., Mandeville and the Spirit of Capitalism, THE JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 17, Fall 77, 63-81, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p913, headed: Mandeville: the Culture & Virtue of Capitalism.

GOLDSMITH, STUART, Privacy, Leaflet, 1p, for the book, 240pp: 119, in PP 1516.

GOLDSTEIN, DORIS S., J.B. Bury’s Philosophy of History: A Reappraisal, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 82, 1977, 896-919, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p273, headed: A Historian between Paradigms.

GOLDSTEIN, MIKE, IDENICS, 2pp introduction, in PP 1216.

GOLDWATER INSTITUTE, Home Page, 1998, Limited Government, Economic Freedom, Individual Responsibility, introduction, 1p, with links, in PP 1537: 176 & 182.

GOLDWATER, BARRY, See: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, It Couldn’t Happen Here, 4pp, in PP 1376: 5.GOLDWATER, BARRY, See: BODDY, ELENORE, Review of GOLDWATER, BARRY: 1. The Conscience of a Conservative, 2. Why Not Victory? 3.) Where I Stand, 2pp, in PP 1376: 9.

GOLDWATER, BARRY, See: BRICK, AVIS, The Insulated Candidate, Review of: SHADEGG, STEPHEN, What Happened to Goldwater? 8pp, in PP 1376: 182.

GOLDWATER, BARRY, Senator, Communism, 1/2p, 24x, in PP 3.

GOLDWATER, BARRY: BRICK, AVIS, The Making of a Loser, Review of: NOVAK, ROBERT D., The Agony of the G.O.P., 5pp on GOLDWATER, BARRY, in PP 1376: 99.

GOLDWIN, ROBERT A., Locke’s State of Nature in Political Society, WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY, USA, 29, 1976, 126-135, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p49. Headed: Autonomy and Authority.

GOMPERS, SAMUEL, Legislated Security Is Bondage, 2pp, extract from an address, Dec. 5, 1916, in PP 1418: 17.

GONZALEZ, ELMA, Con Malatesta, 1p: 16, in PP 1494.

GOOD GOVERNMENT, A Journal of Political, Social and Economic Comment (Georgist), No. 864, June 1986, special international trade issue, 16pp, in PP 849. Dec. 88, special issue by David Spain: “Site Revenue and a Sustainable Civilization”, 20pp, in PP 851.




GOODALE, JESSE R., J.G.A. Pocock’s Neo-Harringtonians: A Reconsideration, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, Summer 80, 237-259, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1785, headed: Neo-Harringtonians on Power, Interest, & Virtue.

GOODE, GREG, Occam’s Government, 3pp, continuing the Childs/Beaird/Brooks debate on competing governments, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

GOODELL, GRACE E., How the Shah De-stabilized himself, 9pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p55.

GOODHART, C.A.E., Review, 2pp, of L.H. White’s book “Free Banking in Britain”, in PP 1,042.

GOODHART, CHARLES, The Evolution of Central Banks, review in 1042.

GOODIER, ROBERT D., Land & Mass Transit Financing, 1979, 1p, 36x, in PP 381.

GOODMAN, EDWARD, How the Economics of Scale Might Benefit Small Units of Spontaneous Cooperation, 32pp, 1977-79, Acton Society Trust, Occasional Papers, No. 18, in PP 1417: 67.

GOODMAN, John C., Privatising Government Health Care Programs, 14pp, 1986, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.

GOODMAN, John C., Rationing Health Care: An International Perspective, 20pp, 1986, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.

GOODMAN, Lord, Erosions of Personal Freedom in a Modern Society, 27 March 1968, 16pp, in PP 1161.

GOODMAN, PAUL, A Message to the Military Industrial Complex, 12pp, 1969, in PP 756.

GOODMAN, PAUL, Cosmic Peace, the dialectics of liberation, part 2, 3pp, source? date? From Robert Shea collection, in PP 1287/89p562.

GOODMAN, PAUL, et al, The New Left’s Approach to Decentralization and the Free Market, 4pp, 24x, in PP 6.

GOODMAN, PAUL, Just an Old Fashioned Love Song, from WIN, 15.2.72, 2pp, 42x, in PP 606.

GOODMAN, PAUL, Kafka’s Community, 3pp, 1947: 205, in PP 1488.

GOODMAN, PAUL, The Black Flag of Anarchism, 10pp, 1968, 24x, in PP 107-108, see RUDD, MARK, letter, 2pp, n.d., on Paul Goodman’s The Black Flag of Anarchism, in PP 1127/1128.

GOODMAN, PAUL, The Morality of Scientific Technology 22pp; & The Psychology of Being Powerless, 17pp, from: Like A Conquered Province, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

GOODMAN, TED, Censorship, The Current Legal Position in Britain, 1991, 2pp, LA Libertarian Notes No. 14, in PP 1052-61, sheets 473/4.

GOODMAN, WILLIAM E., MD, View from the North. Canada’s Medical “Utopia”, 5pp: 82, in PP 1506/07.

GOODMAN, WILLIAM E., The Shape of Things to Come: The Prognosis for National Health Insurance Systems in Canada and the U.S.A., 2pp, in in PP 1,014.

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Reflections on the Goods & Services Tax, 3pp: 58, in PP 1515; WALKER, MICHAEL, Why I Don’t Support the Current GST Proposal, 19pp: 63, in PP 1515.

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Withdrawing Support for a Hidden Goods and Services Tax, 2pp: 16, in PP 1515.

GOODS WARRANTS, suitable for wage payments, early Beckerath article, 428ff:S.21, GOODWIN, BARBARA, Using Political Ideas, 2nd. ed., John Wiley & Sons, 1982, 1987, 1p. extract, headed: Relations of Liberalism, offering according to my informant (who? Robert Sagehorn?), a succinct definition of libertarianism, in PP 1351.

GOODWIN, H.S., Rev. & CARMICHAEL, JOHN, The Church Political, 10pp, 60, in PP 1450.

GOODYEAR-SMITH, FELICITY, Dr., Child Sex Abuse & the PCs, 3pp, in PP 1336-39: 153.

GOPPERS, M., editor and publisher, The Fallacy of Collective Farming, 4 articles on the disruption of collectivized rural Latvia, Stockholm, 1958, 93pp, in PP 497/498. – I might have called it: Communist “incentives” and disincentives. – J.Z.

GORDON, DAVID, Bibliography on Abortion, 1p, in PP 1297.

GORDON, DAVID, Bibliography on Anti-Semitism, 1p, in PP 1297.

GORDON, DAVID, Bibliography on Just Wars, 1p, in PP 1297.

GORDON, DAVID, Comments on “The Tradition of Spontaneous Order”, 2pp in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1908.

GORDON, DAVID, Contemporary Currents in Libertarian Political Philosophy, bibliographical essay in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1229, 29pp.

GORDON, DAVID, Evolution or Moral Realism? 1p, on Hayek: 236, in PP 1463/64.

GORDON, DORIS to STUMM, JIM, Jan. 27, 89, on children, with comments by J.S., 2pp, in PP 1171.

GORDON, DORIS, Abortion & Individual Rights, a reply to Roderick Moore, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GORDON, DORIS, Abortion: A Wrong, Not a Right. An Atheist Libertarian Looks at Abortion, 4pp, in PP 1121.

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

GORDON, DORIS, An Open Letter to Murray Rothbard, on Andre Marrou, the Libertarian Party, and that “vexing” hole in the libertarian system – Children, 2pp, in PP 1121.

GORDON, DORIS, Libertarians for Life, letter to Michael Coughlin, Fall 77, 1p, on abortion, 29x, in PP 243.

GORDON, DORIS, On the Abortion Issue, Technology Works both Ways, 1p, n.d., in PP 1121.

GORDON, F.W. BEAUCHAMP, The State and Electrical Distribution, 26pp, 36x, in PP 202.

GORDON, MICHAEL, America needs a good 5-cent joint, 1989, 1p clipping, in PP 478.

GORDON, REX, Optional Law, an extract from his work “Utopia 239”, 2pp, 24x, in PP 14.

GORELIK, A., The Anarchists in the Russian Revolution, 24pp, 36x, in PP 412, p 412.

GORER, GEOFFREY, Ardrey on Human Nature, some remarks from the second part of his article: “The Territorial Imperative” in ENCOUNTER, June 67, 1p, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.

GOREV, B. & W. POLONSKY, Wegbereiter des Kommunismus, 12 Persoenlichkeiten aus der Geschichte des Kommunismus, Berlin, 1923, 103pp, in PP 955. Here reproduced only because it also deals somewhat with Proudhon, Bakunin & Kropotkin. – J.Z.

GORHAM, CHARLES T., Religion as a Bar to Progress, 1944, 31pp, based mainly on Andrew Dickson White’s The Warfare of Science with Technology, Digest 9 of Haldeman-Julius Publ., in PP 1115.

GORING, BILL, The Working Class, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

GORMAN, TERESA, Frederic Bastiat, 1p, in PP 1,028/29.

GORNEY, CYNTHIA, FROZEN DREAMS: A Matter of Death and Life, Washington Post, May 1, 1990, on the case of Dr. Thomas Donaldson, 4pp, in PP 982. – See: CRYONICS, LONGEVITY, LIFE EXTENTION.

GORTON, GARY, Banking Theory and Free Banking History, A Review Essay, 1985, 10pp, in PP 813.

GORTON, GARY, Private Clearinghouses and the Origins of Central Banking, BUSINESS REVIEW, Winter 1986, of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 9pp, with ref., in PP 1248.

GOTHE, JURGEN, The Beatitudes of Judge Les Bewley, Iconoclast at Large, 14pp: 100, in PP 1506/07.

GOTTHEIL, G., Address at the Funeral of Henry George, 29x, in PP 625.

GOTTLIEB, ALAN M., Second Amendment Foundation, Bellevue, Washington, n.d., 4pp letter by its founder, in PP 1105.

GOUGE, WILLIAM M., Principles and Effects of the Banking System, 1833, extract from his “A Short History of Paper Money & Banking in the U.S., part I”, pp 90-101, 16pp, in PP 815.

GOULD, JAMES, Is There ‘Economic Freedom’? JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY 9, 1978, 17-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p400, headed: Negative vs. Positive Freedom.

GOULD, RON, letter, May 20, 87, of IMWU International Headquarters, Garden Grove, California, 4pp, in PP 1,044. (A real hate letter, by someone who considers himself an anarchist. – J.Z.)

GOUREVITCH, PETER ALEXIS, International Trade, Domestic Coalitions, and Liberty: Comparative Responses to the Crisis of 1873 – 1896, JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY 8, 1977, 281-314, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p195. Headed: Protectionism & Politics.

GOVERNMENT AS MAFIA: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Government As Mafia, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 945.

GOVERNMENT BONDS OR INSECURITIES, See: ELWOOD, JAMES R., Just Say “No” to “Extortion Futures”. Why Buying Government Bonds is a Bad Investment for Yourself, and Our Future, ISIL, 12/97, 6pp: 56, in PP 1504. – It is an “investment” in your own tax slavery and that of others. – J.Z., 3.Feb. 98.

GOVERNMENT BY SLANDER, See: MANGER, PHIL, Government by Slander, 3pp: 254, in PP 1457/62. – Slander is here defined as a “malicious, false, and defamatory statement or report.”

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

GOVERNMENT, Business Partner, fact or fiction? PP 1111.GOVERNMENT, Charity, PP 347/48, 522.GOVERNMENT, Consumer Protection, PP 935.GOVERNMENT, Criminal, like Mafia, a protection racket, PP 1027, 1052-61(LA Pol. Notes 22). See: State.

GOVERNMENT, Disease of Government, PP 395. (Ferns)

GOVERNMENT, Economics, PP 428ff:S.1435,

GOVERNMENT, Exile Governments, governments in exile, PP 1 & 2, 428ff:S1227.

GOVERNMENT, First Principles, PP 1158 (Paine).

GOVERNMENT, Freedom Intrusion, PP 1110. See: Voluntarism, Panarchy.

GOVERNMENT, Handouts, PP 347/48, 522.


GOVERNMENT, Ideal Concept, PP 232. See Limited Government, Mini-Government, Free Society, Market, READ, LEONARD E. GOVERNMENT, Man’s Nature, PP 166.

GOVERNMENT, Minority Rule, PP 200.

GOVERNMENT, Paternalistic or Market Mechanism? PP 571.

GOVERNMENT, Poverty, PP 975. See: Poverty.

GOVERNMENT, Proper Sphere of, PP 1007. See: Limited Government.

GOVERNMENT, Protection, Does it Protect? PP 165.

GOVERNMENT, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Instead of What? Government Can’t Give us anything without Depriving us of something else,7pp: 217, in PP 1529-33.


GOVERNMENT, Sound Currency, PP 791. See: Monetary Freedom & Monetary Despotism.

GOVERNMENT, Spending, PP 347/48, 522, 733, 997, 1043, 1052-61 (sheets 229/30) 1105, 1112, compare TAX STRIKES & VOLUNTARY TAXATION & INDIVIDUAL SECESSIONISM & ON PANARCHY.

GOVERNMENT, Women as victims, PP 384.

GOVERNMENTS AS MASS MURDERERS: HUMMEL, JEFF, People Killed by Government in the 20th C., in PP 1393: 121. These mass murders by governments interest me much more than some court cases against some more or less innocent anarchists. – J.Z.

GOVERNMENTS, STATE, ORIGIN, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, Dr., A Theory of the Origins of “Government”, 5pp: 19, in PP 1506/07.

GOWIN, DALE R., Will there be a 21st Century? 11pp, in REVOLUTION, in PP 1170.

GOWING, RICHARD, Richard Cobden, 1887, 130pp, 24x, in PP 147-148.

GPE NETWORK, Greening the Planet Economically, address list, 1p, 29x, in PP 741

GPE Networks notes, 1985/86, 136pp, 48x, in PP 645.

GRABBE, J. ORLIN, In Praise of Chaos, 4pp, in PP 1535: 63.

GRABNER, FRITZ, Tatwissenschaft, 1 S., Selbstrationalisierung, Denktechnik, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 135.

GRACCHI, THE, See: LANE, ROSE WILDER & MACBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Troublemakers In Ancient Rome: The Gracchi, 16pp: 24, in PP 1506/07.

GRACEFULNESS, PP 830. Some Queens have or may have had that quality. Does any modern government official? Are our “dignitaries” really didnified when they pretend to be able to represent millions of others? – J.Z.

GRACIA, JORGE J.E., The Ontological Status of Value, THE MODERN SCHOOLMAN, 53, 1976, 393-397, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p86. Headed: Objective Values.

GRADUALISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Tactical Notes 5).

GRADUALISM, See: HOCKER, CHRIS, Garbage Can Libertarianism & Freedom, 1p, in PP 277/278: 46. – Attacking the gradualist approach of e.g. REASON.

GRADY, JOHN L., Abortion, Yes or No? 32pp, 29x, in PP 357-358.

GRADY, JOHN L., The Right to Bear Arms, 4pp, in PP 1072.

GRAEBNER, NORMAN A., Lessons of the Mexican War, PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW 47, Aug. 78, 325-342, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1114, headed: The U.S. and the Mexican War.

GRAF, ANDREAS, Anarchie meint nicht Chaos, sondern Freiheit ohne Gewalt, Neues Deutschland, 3/4. 2. 1990, 1 S., in PP 1129. N.D. was formerly the main and official communist newspaper in East Germany.

GRAF, T.H., Freedom & Pollution: Like a Horse & Carriage? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 306.

GRAFF, HARVEY J., Crime and Punishment in the 19th Century, JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY 7, Winter 77, 477-491, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p508, headed: Crime Demographics and Law.


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

GRAHAM, DAVID, The Popular Culture of Liberalism, 1989, 2pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 19, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GRAHAM, MARCUS, The Issues in the Present War, I, 2pp: 93; II, 2pp: 99, in PP 1525.

GRAHAM, MARKUS, Is Anarchy Possible? PP 988. – Each form of anarchy or archy only among its true believers! – J.Z.

GRAHAM, PATRICIA ALBJERG, Expansion and Exclusion: A History of Women in American Higher Education, SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 3, Sum. 78, 759-773, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p522, headed: Schooling and Subordination.

GRAHAM, ROBERT, Co-Operation: Review, 3pp, of M. Taylor, The Possibility of Cooperation, Cambridge U.P., 1987, in PP 1166.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM, THE ONE POUND NOTE in the Rise and Progress of Banking in Scotland and its Adaptability to England, 1886, indexed, 324pp, 29x, in PP 339.

GRAHAME, STEWART, Where Socialism Failed, An Actual Experiment, with illustrations, 1912, indexed, 378pp, in PP 1317: 1- 68. On the “New Australia” and “Cosme” experiments in Paraguay, originated by William Lane and his followers. With some details on the Labour Cheque system of Cosme. Even in the jungle they could not escape the consequences of their wrong principles. – J.Z.


GRAMM, PHILIP, Interviewed by MANHATTAN REPORT, 1981, 4pp, in PP 1538: 31.

GRAMM, WILLIAM P., Laissez-Faire and the Optimum Quantity of Money, Ec. Inq., March 74, 8pp, in PP 794.

GRAMP, WILLIAM D., Adam Smith and the American Revolutionists, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 11, Jan. 79, 179-191, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p810, headed: Smith, America, and Utilitarianism.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Hristo Smirnensky and the Tale of the Staircase, with extracts from his Collected Works, 1948, 10pp: 490, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Anarchism and Bolshevism, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p407.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Anarchism, 14pp: 684, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Anarchy and Freedom, 2pp: 629, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, B.U.G.A. Up, 2pp: 666, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Bulgarian Anarchist Movement, 2pp: 695, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Capitalism – An Alternative? 3pp: 759, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Communism and Sexuality, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p331.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Communism, 2pp: 554, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Dear Friend, (Instead of an editorial), 3pp: 557 & Introduction, 1p: 558, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Dear Friends… (Instead of an Editorial), 4pp: 582. Same title, 3pp: 604, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Dear Socialist Sister, 3pp: 652; 5pp: 675, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, East Timor, 5pp: 714, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Editorial, Winter 1991, 5pp: 693, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Elise Reclus, 2pp: 677, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Flag, Torch & Fist. The Symbols of Anarchism, 5pp: 595, in PP 1484/85. Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Identity and Anarchism (in contents list) or: Identity and Anarchy (article title), 6pp: 779, in PP 1484/85, unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Kronstadt, 11pp, in PP 1512 & in 1501: 136.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Land and Freedom, 13pp: 821, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Leftism and the University, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p121.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Marxist-Leninism, Vehicle of Capitalism, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, p358.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Pisacane, 13pp: 469, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Poland, 3pp: 457, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Polish Anarchism, 2pp: 683, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Racism, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p17.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Review of: BROWN, TOM, British Syndicalism: Pages of Labour History, 1994: 2pp: 775, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Review of: JAMES, BOB, Anarchism and State Violence in Sydney and Melbourne, 1885 – 1896, 5pp: 598, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Review of: PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Evolution & Revolution: An introduction to Life and Thought of Peter Kropotkin, 1996, 6pp: 834, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Revisiting Bulgaria, 4pp: 801, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Scylla and Charybdis, 2pp: 532, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Social Control: Why Is It A Success? 12pp: 658, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Some Reflections on Violence, 4pp: 772, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Some Thoughts on S. Cooper’s Fable, 2pp: 774, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The Australian Scene, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p183. (Jack the Anarchist.)

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The Failure of Socialism, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p102.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The New Order & Communism, 3pp: 734, in PP 1484/85. – Unsigned.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The Paris Commune, 3pp, in PP 1512.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The Paris Commune, 3pp: 135, in PP 1501.GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Utopia, The 1984 and Us, 9pp: 518, in PP 1484/85.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Vietnam, 3pp, 36x, in PP 412, p41.

GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Virgilia D’Andrea, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p7.

GRANER, CHAS, Social (In)Security, 1p, in PP 494.

GRANT, JAMES, Bernard Baruch: The Adventures of a Wall Street Legend, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 376pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 520, in PP 1529- 33.

GRANT, JUDY S. & BAST, DIANE CAROL, Corrections and the Private Sector: A Guide for Public Officials, 20pp. This study was not supplied to me by the Heartland Institute. Instead, I received only a 2pp Executive Summary, May 4, 1987: Corrections and the Private Sector, based on the above Heartland Policy Study No. 15. J.Z. Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

GRANT, R.W., The Case Against Public Education, 4pp, 24x, in PP 48-49 & as SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, also 3pp, 36x, in PP 714. 6pp: 278, in PP 1457/62. – Discusses Lancaster’s Monitor System.

GRANT, RICHARD W., The Incredible Breadmachine, 1966, 192pp indexed, copyrighted by Richard W. Grant: 1, in PP 1490. – He sent me a review copy when it came out. I have tried, in vain, to contact him. The re-write by Susan Love Brown et al became a bestseller. I much preferred the original. It has been out of print and out of sight for all too long. – Grant’s book is a scholarly rather than a popular one, with the exception of his poem, used in both books. I disagree with him mainly only on money, where he follows the predominant Austrian economics line, i.e. stays short of full monetary freedom. Currencies that are only redeemable in gold are not a substitute for all those that could be issued because they are redeemable in daily wanted consumer goods and services as well as in current debts or clearing options. Furthermore, a gold value standard defined by and confined to gold redemptionism is not as sufficient substitute for a gold weight accounting or gold weight clearing standard, i.e., one that can soundly measure an unlimited number of transactions. – J.Z., 22.5.98

GRASSROOTS 2000 Questionaire, leaflet, The Centre 2000, from The Optimist, March/April 1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 629, 42x, in PP 644.

GRASSROOTS 2000, Community Action Kit, 26pp, distributed by Centre 2000, 1986, in PP 838.

GRATISVEREIN, Berlin, 14 S. Flugblaetter u. Zeitungsausschnitte, 29x, in PP 742.

GRAUDENZ, WOLFGANG, Was kostet die Wirtschaft? Die Sparer haben genug Geld auf dem Konto, um damit alle deutschen Aktiengesellschaften zu kaufen, 1 S., undatiert, S. 232, aus “STERN”: 78, in PP 1493. – Vgl. K.Z.Z. Solneman, Das Manifest der Freiheit und des Friedens, sowie die Schriften von Ulrich von Beckerath. Wenn die Belegschaften die Aktien der Werke kaufen wuerden, in denen sie arbeiten, dann wuerde ihre Produktivitaet bald betraechtlich steigen. Fuer sich selbst arbeitet man besser als fuer andere. Weitere Produktionssteigerung koennte erzielt werden durch autonome Arbeitsgruppen mit ihren eigenen Gewinn- und Verlustrechnungen. Die Geldfreiheit koennte auch ihren Absatz erleichtern und ihre Arbeitsplaetze sichern. Mehr Kapital waere durch Wertbestaendigkeitsklauseln sowie durch Kreditversicherung oder kollektive Garantien zu erreichen, i.e. Haftbarkeit der Genossen mit ihrem Vermoegen. Solche Moeglichkeiten gehoeren zu den Wichstigsten unserer Zeit und zu denen, die immer noch weitgehend unbekannt sind. – Keine Revolutions, Besetzung, Enteignung, Nationalisiertung etc. sind noetig sondern nur ein Kauf. Und der braucht nicht aus Ersparnissen der Kaeufer vorgenommen zu werden sondern koennte auch auf Kredit und Teilzahlung geschehen, letztlich bezahlt aus der gesteigerten productivitaet. – J.Z., 23.5.98.

GRAVE, JEAN, Die anarchistische Idee u. ihre Entwicklung, 4 S., in PP 1322: 33.

GRAVE, JEAN, Die Grenzen des Syndikalismus, 1907/8, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.

GRAVE, JEAN, Jean Grave’s Defence of Anarchism, 16pp, 24x, in PP 538.

GRAY, ALEXANDER, The Socialist Tradition: From Moses to Lenin, 1p review by RALPH RAICO, in PP 1367/68: 119.

GRAY, CHRIS HABLES, The New Libertarians, from BLACK ROSE, Fall 1979, a left-wing criticism, 10pp, 29x, in PP 416.

GRAY, COLIN, Sexuality and Orgasm, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p156.

GRAY, HAROLD S. to BIDDLE, FRANCIS, Statement on conscientious objection, 2pp, in PP 1097.

GRAY, JOHN N., F. A. Hayek on Liberty and Tradition, JLS 4:2, Spring 80, 119-37, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1453, headed: Hayek’s Defense of Liberty. – He never extended it to defend individual sovereignty, individual secessionism and voluntaristic communities with exterritorial autonomy but merely strove towards a supposedly ideal and limited but still territorial and to that extent totalitarian model. – J.Z.

GRAY, JOHN N., John Stuart Mill and the Future of Liberalism, CONTEMPORARY REVIEW, Sep. 76, 138-145, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p324, headed: Mill: Liberal or Socialist?

GRAY, JOHN N., John Stuart Mill: Traditional and Revisionist Interpretations, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 31pp, in PP 1200p547.

GRAY, JOHN, Anarchist Communism, Home Page, 1p, 1997, in PP 1538: 199.

GRAY, JOHN, Away with Passports, 2pp, from LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, in PP 1430/31: 36.

GRAY, JOHN, Defending Liberal Values, 1983, LA Libertarian Reprints, No. 4, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

GRAY, JOHN, Evolutionary Functionalism, 1p, on Hayek: 231, in PP 1463/64.

GRAY, JOHN, Hayek’s Warning – 40 Years On, The Daily Telegraph, Sep. 4, 1984, 1p, in PP 1,017.

GRAY, JOHN, Ideas about Freedom, a Discussion, with MINOTUE, KENNETH R. & GISSURARSON, HANNES H., CIS, 1986, 39pp, 36x, in PP 719.

GRAY, JOHN, Lectures on the Nature and Use of Money, 1848,1972, 356pp, with 16 pages of notes by John Zube, 1986, 29x, in PP 642.

GRAY, JOHN, Mill’s and other Liberalisms, 1988, 26pp, in PP 1146.

GRAY, JOHN, System of Ruins, 1983, The, LA Libertarian Reprints No.6, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

GRAY, JOHN, The European Intellectual and the Marketplace, 2pp, in PP 1430/31 : from L.A., London: 45.

GRAY, JOHN, The Liberalism of Karl Popper, 1976, 7pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GRAY, JOHN, The system of ruins. Marxismus: Theory and Practice, 1983, 4pp: 101, in PP 1491.

GRAYSON, C. JACKSON, Is Prostitution a Service Industry or a Regulated Utility? – Dilemmas of A Price Controller, on the USA, 1971-74, CIS, 1978, 11pp, 29x, in PP 397.

GRAYSON, C. JACKSON, Jr., How to Achieve an American Miracle, 1p, 1979, 29x, in PP 928.

GRAYSON, MELVIN J. & SHEPARD, THOMAS R., Jr., The Disaster Lobby, review, by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 25, in PP 1468.

GRAZIER, PETER B., Before It’s Too Late: Helping Managers Accept Employee Involvement, 2pp, in PP 1238. – A commercial take-over bid by the cooperatively organized staff would make them sit up and listen with great interest! Payment with industrial bonds and repayment of these bonds largely with private currency assignments upon the goods and services of the firm – and of its debtors, would greatly facilitate this take-over. So would gold clauses or other acceptable value preserving clauses used in the bonds. – J.Z.

GREAT THINKERS AND VISIONARIES, A List of Pictures and Links from the IN, 3pp, in PP 1538: 108

GREAVES, BETTINA B., FREE MARKET ECONOMICS, A Basic Reader, 1975, FEE, 283pp, compiled by B.B. Greaves, in PP 977.

GREAVES, BETTINA B., FREE MARKET ECONOMICS, A Syllabus, FEE, 1975, 242pp, indexed, in PP 976.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, A Bibliography of Henry Hazlitt’s Books, annotated by BBG, 7pp, in in PP 1130.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, Carl Schurz, 1829-1906, 9pp, in PP 1143.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, Foreword, to Mises, Economic Freedom and Interventionism, 3pp: 7. See also her short introductions: Economic Freedom, 1p: 9; Interventionism, 1p: 31; Mises as Critic, 1p: 59 and: Economics and Ideas, 1p: 86, in PP 1480.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, Index to Essays on Liberty, FEE, Vols. I-XII, 1965, 46pp, in PP 1,036.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, Letter, Sep. 15, 1970, 1p, on Thoreau, in PP 1197.

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

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, The Tragedy of Inflation: Much More Than Higher Prices, The Freeman, Oct. 1981, 8pp, in PP 1,018.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, The Works of Ludwig von Mises, a bibliography, FEE, 1969, 60pp, in PP 988. – I would like to fiche her comprehensive later 2 volumes of Mises Bibliography as well. – J.Z.

GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, to Patrick Peterson, Oct. 24, 1990, 1p, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY AND BETTINA, interviewed by Jim Cook, IRI INSIGHTS, Fall 1981, 6pp, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., 4pp review of COMPETITION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP, by Prof. Kirzner, in PP 995.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., ARTICLES FROM “CHRISTIAN ECONOMICS”, 1950-1958, 626pp, in PP 985, as arranged and listed by Bettina Bien Greaves. (Alas, her scrap book collection contained some faded and stuck together clippings. I hand-corrected whatever I could. – J.Z.)

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Flight to Economic Freedom, 13pp, in PP 1143.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., How Much Money? The Freeman, 5/65, 6pp, in PP 1,116.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., In Memoriam LUDWIG VON MISES: AN ECONOMIC GIANT, NEW GUARD, October 1974, 3pp, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Lower Interest Rates by Law, 8pp: 185, in PP 1529-33.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Mises Made Easier, A Glossary for Ludwig von Mises’ HUMAN ACTION, 1974, 157pp, in PP 1,041. With 4pp of notes by John Zube.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., On Labor Unions, 7pp: 476, in PP 1529-33.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Our Republic’s First Economist, 2pp from Christian Economics, July 4, 1951, Vol. III, No. 14, on P. Webster, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Review of Money and Man, by Elgin Groseclose, in 2pp, 1962, in PP 1012, sheet 72.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., The Decline and Fall of the Teaching of Economics in England, 5pp, 1973, in PP 995.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., The Deficit Dementia, 3pp, from ? date? In PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., The Depression Dilemma, from THE FIFTH THIRD UNION TRUST CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, August 1954 Bulletin, 3pp, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., The Welfare State Is A Warfare State, 4pp, in PP 1132.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Understanding the Dollar Crisis, 1973, review by MISES, 2pp: 79, in PP 1480.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Understanding the Dollar Crisis, review by HENRY HAZLITT, 1p: 32, in PP 1468.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Why Speculators? THE FREEMAN, Nov. 1964, 4pp, in PP 1,021.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Mises Made Easier, 1p review by MARK SKOUSEN, in PP 1367/68 : 52.

GREAVES, PERCY L., Understanding the Dollar Crisis: 157, 2pp review only, by HENRY HAZLITT, in PP 1529-33.

GREAVES, PERCY, The Real Infamy of Pearl Harbor, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 51.GREAVES, PERCY, Understanding the Dollar Crises, 1p review by DROSDIK, VINCENT A, III, in PP 1404/06: 35.

GRECO, THOMAS H. Jr., to WILSON, CARL, LARC system, 25 May 89, 5pp, in PP 906.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr. to LEHMANN, MARY, August 6, 1989, 1p, 64, in PP 1451. – Free banking discussion.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr. to MEGALLI, THEO, 24 July 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr. to WILSON, CARL, 25 May 89, 5pp, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr. to WILSON, CARL, May 25, 89, 5pp, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr. to ZUBE, JOHN, 17 Feb. 89, 1p, in PP 823.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., 1984 Is Coming! Prescription for Survival, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1151.

GRECO, Thomas H., Jr., Circular, 1985, 21 June 86 communique, with reply by John Zube, total of 17pp, 48x, in PP 645.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Community Information Resource Centre, Tucson, CIRC, empovering people, building community, enabling change, 2pp leaflet, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Dear Friends, circular, Spring 1994, 2pp, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Dear Friends, circular, Spring 94, 2pp, in PP 25. See also CIRC.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Economic Transformation, 1986, 4p, 29x, in PP 732.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Ein Bericht ueber die Geldkonferenz des Cato Instituts vom 20.3.1989, 5 S.: 107, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Excerpt, 1/2 p, from WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Free Banking as an Alternative Monetary System, in: SIEGEL, BARRY, Money in Crisis, 1984, Pacific Institute, 29x, in PP 865.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Excerpt, of HAYEK, FRIEDRICH, The Future Monetary Unit of Value, 1984, 2pp, 29x, in PP 865.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Excerpts from TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., Federal Reserve Policy Since 1945, 1/2p, 29x, in PP 865.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Geld und Schulden: Eine Loesung der globalen Krise, Teil II: Freiheit und das monetaere Ideal, 1988, 18 S.: in RUNDBRIEF Nr. 5, April 89, in PP 906, & sheet 65, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Gold Convertibility, Legal Tender & Monopolized Currency, 5pp, in PP 906.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Government Corporate. Ursurpal of Family/ Community, 2pp, 88, in PP 1386/91: 952. – Usurper?

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Interpersonal Dimension in Economic Interrelationships, The, 4pp, 1987, in PP 791.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Just Money, 7pp, from The Storm, n.d., 29x in PP 738.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Memo re Alternative Economics Symposium, Oct. 22,86, with General Conference Organization Working Paper & some addresses, 3pp, 29x, in PP 741.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Monetary Transformation In One Easy Lesson, 5pp, 1987, in PP 791.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Money and Debt: A Solution to the Global Crisis, 2pp leaflet for this Greco booklet, 2nd. edition, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Money and Debt: A Solution to the Global Crisis, 1989, 38pp, in PP 823.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., New Money for Healthy Communities, 1994, 216pp, here only a 2pp leaflet for this book, in PP 25.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., New Money for Healthy Communities, 4pp review only, by Graham Purchase, in PP 1233 & in 1240.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., News from Tom Greco, March 2, 1989, 2pp, in PP 906.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Precis of MONEY IN CRISIS, introduction by Barry N. Siegel, ed., 2pp, 29x, in PP 865.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Precis of ROTHBARD, MURRAY, The Federal Reserve as a Cartelisation Device, 5pp, 29x, in PP 865.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Precis of THE COOPERATIVE WAY, by James Peter Warbasse, 10pp, in PP 1068.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Report on the Cato Institute Conference on Money, A, 4pp, in PP 906.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Some Thoughts on Sydncrediting and Funded Exchange, 4pp, in PP 791.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., to MORGAN, JOHN, 8 March 89, 2pp, in PP 906.

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Usury and Interest, 1985, 2pp, 29x, in PP 731

GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., What Is “Unit of Account” and what is “Basis of Issue”? 1p, in PP 25.


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

GREED, See: PP 598, 1102. See Capitalism, Egoism, Incentives, Profit, Property Rights, Self-interest, Selfishness. See SAFIRE, WILLIAM, Greatest of virtues miscast as great sin. Without greed there is not wherewithal for generosity, 1p clipping, n.d., from The NYT, in PP 1102. See also under Stirner, The Ego and his Own. – If I could risk filming the copyrighted: The Virtue of Selfishness, by Ayn Rand, I would, too. However, it is not too hard to find a second-hand or even a new impression of it. – All of us ought to be greedy for liberty. -J.Z.

GREELEY, HORACE, Speech on the Grounds of Protection, 24pp, 29x, in PP 602.

GREELEY, HORACE, VICTOR YARROS & STEPHEN PEARL ANDREWS, Love, Marriage, and Divorce, and the Sovereignty of the Individual, a discussion, in LIBERTY, Nos 119ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

GREEN ALLIANCE BULLETIN, Newsletter Dec. 85, on alternative economics, 5pp, in PP 803.

GREEN ALLIANCE NEWSLETTERS, directory, 1p, 42x in PP 637.

GREEN ANARCHIST, Oxford, U.K., Nov., Dec. 1984, 20pp, in PP 931.

GREEN EVAN, The Volvo Experiment, 3pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

GREEN MOVEMENT, See: COOPER, CHRIS, Taking the Greens Seriously, 1989, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 35, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GREEN REVOLUTION, Dec. 1977, Writings from the Pen of R.B. (Ralph Borsodi), 4pp, 24x, in PP 56.

GREEN REVOLUTION, Fall 1985, School of Living, sample issue, 8pp, on monetary reform, 29x, in PP 738.

GREEN REVOLUTION, March 1979: Land Trusts: A Better Way of Being With the Land, 3pp, 24x, in PP 56.

GREEN REVOLUTION, Oct. 1978, Ralph Borsodi’s Unique Global Peace Plan, 2p, 24x, in PP 56.

GREEN REVOLUTION, THE, School of Living, For Homesteaders, on-To-The-Landers and Do-It-Yourselfers. Later it was sub-titled: A voice for decentralization and balanced living. All copies on hand, with some leaflets and letters. VERY incomplete, in PP 1386/91: 1-987. IV/1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11 of 1966; V/1, 5, 5, 11 of 1967; VI/ 1, 4, 9, of 1968; VII/3, 9 & 10, of 1969; VIII/6, 9, 10, of 1970; IX/2 & 3, 5, 12, of 1971; X/1 & Spring Supplement of 1972; XI/1, 4, incomplete? of 1973; 34/10, incomplete, of 1977; 35/2, 5-10 of 1978; 36/1-6 of 1979; 37/1, 2 of 1980; 38/1 of 1981; 39/3, incomplete? + 4 of 1982; 40/1, 2, 4 of 1983; 41/1 of 1984; 44/3, 4 of 1987; 45/1, 2 of 1988; 46/1, 3, 4 of 1989. – PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO GET A COMPLETE SET OF GREEN REVOLUTION FROM XEROX UNIVERSITY MICROFILM, AT LEAST FOR 1963-71, FOR 1979 US $ 810, ACCORDING TO ISSUE 36/1, Feb. 79, page 2.

GREEN SYNTHESIS, Dec. 88, issue No. 29, 16pp, sample, in PP 882. (I possess a few prior issues but their duplication is of such poor quality that I shied away from the labour involved in making them more legible. Greenies that still waste paper rather than resort to microfilm! J.Z.)

GREEN, CELIA, Freedom and the Exceptional Child, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

GREEN, DAVID G., Social Welfare, The Changing Debate, CIS Occasional Papers 20, 1988, 38pp, in PP 1146.

GREEN, MICHAEL B. & WIKLER, DANIEL, Brain Death and Personal Identity, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 9, NO. 2, 1980, 105-133, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1075, headed: Defining a Person’s Death.

GREEN, PAUL D., Mikrofilm – ungeheure Entwicklungsmoeglichkeiten, 1 S., Gute Ideen, Neue Verfahren und Erfindungen. Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-32. G. behandelt leider nur Gebrauch im Geschaeft u. durch die Polizei, nicht fuer Literatur. Als anarchistischer Verleger hatte Kurt Zube leider nie von dieser Moeglichkeit Gebrauch gemacht. Ebenso wie die meisten anderen Anarchisten und Libertaere hatte er diese Art von Presse- und Informationsfreiheit in der Praxis ignoriert. Kurt Zube arbeitete, wenn er die Mittel fuer Papier und Drucken hatte, als Verleger seit 1930. Wieviel mehr haette er auf Mikrofilm veroeffentlichen koennen? – J.Z.

GREEN, STEVEN L., The Abrogation of Gold Clauses in 1933 and its Relation to Curren Controversies in Monetary Economics, with bibliography, 17pp, 1986, in PP 1247.

GREEN, TIMOTHY, The World of Gold, 1p review by JAMES J. CAWDRY, in PP 1367/68: 52.

GREENBERG, ARNOLD, Searching for Alternatives in Education, The Homestead School, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 336.

GREENBERG, GARY, Crime, Drugs and the State, 3pp, in PP 1,018.

GREENBERG, GARY, Is Government Mainlining Addicts or, Crime, Drugs and the State, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p618. – If you used LMP’s list on disk and on a modern computer, you could find any word used within 2-3 seconds, e.g. could quickly sort out all references to drugs or referendum in this way. – I got the LMP list put on the Internet, too, under: USENET ALT.SOC.ANARCHY. – It may be wiped by now or there still. Typically, so far, I received no enquiry from these dozens of millions of information freaks. If this literature list is still there then it is buried there, like a book in a large library, without a catalog and with chaotic shelving. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

GREENBERG, GARY, Is Government Mainlining Addicts, or Crime, Drugs and the State, 2p, 1970, in PP 1362/63: 131.

GREENBERG, GARY, Is Government Mainlining Addicts? or: Crime, Drugs and the State, in pp 21-24 of PP 15, 24x.

GREENBERG, GARY, Legal Systems under Anarcho-Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

GREENBERG, GARY, Legal Systems under Anarcho-Capitalism, 5pp, in PP 1,018.

GREENBERG, SID, Ayn Rand and Alienation, review only, 1p, by GENTILI, JOSEPH L., A Sentio-Centric Value System, in PP 1311: 173.

GREENE, MICHAEL, Transcript of a tape of a segment of the January 1984 LPga Convention, 32pp, in PP 958.

GREENE, STEPHEN, Towards an Economy of Friendship. The Santa Fee LETSystem, 1p: 106, in PP 1477. – So, not free clearing but “friendship” is the aim of LETS!? I met the founder, Michael Linton, at a local LETS meeting. He insisted that I join it, although I pointed out to him that the group had nothing to offer to me that I was interested in, nor was the group interested in the monetary freedom information I had to offer. I was not even allowed to distribute, during intervals, leaflets on monetary freedom to those who attended. The organizer argued that they might confuse them and promised to distribute them, lateron, to members only and instead. Whether he did or not, no one responded and the promised and already paid-for booklet did not arrive, either. I LET them get away with this, but not out of “friendship”. – J.Z., 19.5.98.

GREENE, WILLIAM B., Letter, 25 March 1873, 1p: 75, in PP 1481.

GREENE, WILLIAM B., Letter, n.d., ca. 2pp: 77, in PP 1481.

GREENE, WILLIAM B., Mutual Banking, 1849,1895,1945, 78pp, 24x, in PP 106. Reproduced by Henry Cohen in his: PROUDHON’S SOLUTION OF THE SOCIAL PROBLEM, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1927, 236pp, in PP 972.

GREENE, WILLIAM B., Socialistic, Communistic, Mutualistic and Financial Fragments, 1875,1975, 271pp, 29x, in PP 556.

GREENE’S, PROF., EXPLANATIONS, discussed by H.Spencer, in PP 830.

GREENEWALT, CRAWFORD H., The Individual: Key to Progress, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 364.

GREENFIELD, MARK J., Government Mandates: The New Taxes, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

GREENFIELD, MARK J., Private Practices Could Help Solve School Blues, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

GREENFIELD, MARK J., Wisconsin’s Dubious Distinction, by Mark J. Greenfield, 1988, 4pp. (Only 2 States with higher taxes – according to one measure.) Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

GREENFIELD, ROBERT L. & YEAGER, LELAND B., Competitive Payments Systems: Comment, 1986, 2pp, in PP 1188.



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

GREENIES, See: TANNER, LISA, A Look at the New Green Religion, 2pp, from Sep. 97 CHALCEDON REPORT: 197, in PP 1470.

GREENLEE, JAMES G.C., The ABC’s of Imperial Unity, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY 15, April 79, 49-64, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p993, headed: Schooling for Imperialism. A secret conspiracy or hidden agenda does not have to be involved when the average teacher is simply the average and state dependent patriot and most people can or do only think in terms of territorial autonomy and “greatness”. – J.Z.

GREENPEACE, An Urgent Appeal from GREENPEACE. Stop Nuclear Testing. Support the Comprehensive Test Ban, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1239. – It still does not go beyond the simple-minded notion of “Ban the Bomb!”, ignoring motives, ideas, principles, causes, powers and institutions involved. – J.Z.

GREENS: HESS, KARL, Viewpoint: Green Ownership, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 358. – SULLIVAN, DAN, Greens and Trade, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 451.

GREENS: MOORE, CAROL, Green party politics and libertarianism, 1pp, in PP 1382/85: 258. – See: CONSERVATION, ECOLOGY.

GREENS: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Green Gestapo. Environmentalism Gone Insane, 6pp, in PP 1445: 50.

GREENSPAN, ALAN, See: Rothbard, in PP 480.

GREENSPAN, P.S., Behavioural Control and Freedom of Action, PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 87, April 78, 225-240, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p291, headed: A Clockwork Orange, Freedom, and Coercion.

GREENWOOD, ROBERT, Other World, The, in REASON, Dec. 1973, 6pp, in PP 803.

GREEVZ FISHER, J., Currency, in JUS, March 9, 1888, 1p, in PP 803.

GREEVZ FISHER, J., Voluntary Taxation, 1889, 1890, 2nd. ed., 31pp, with an 8pp letter by AUBERON HERBERT, transcribed by John Zube, to make up for a previously fiched copy which did not microfilm well enough, in PP 1428/29: 394.

GREGG, KENNETH R., Jr., Libertarianism: An Umbrella Concept, 3pp, in PP 916.

GREGG, KENNETH R., Jr., Review of Frank Chodorov’s Fugitive Essays, 3pp, in PP 1,007.

GREGG, KENNETH R., Jr., The Three Enlightenments, from Rampart Individualist, I/1 & 2, n.d., 32pp, in PP 1,010.

GREGG, RICHARD B., Statement on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.

GREGG, RICHARD B., Training for Peace, A Program for Peace Workers, a supplement to THE POWER OF NON-VIOLENCE, 1937, 40pp, in PP 1268. – Those committed almost exclusively to panaceas like “non-violence”, remain almost blind to peace proposals based on the recognition of neglected or denied individual rights and liberties – and to the violence inherent in territorialism, laws, constitutions, exclusive jurisdictions and social systems, coercive taxation, protectionism, the monopolization and centralization of decision-making powers etc. They are not even prepared to try to reduce violence, or, rather, rightful use of force, to tyrannicide. They would disarm peace makers as well as war makers. Even Gandhi was not as blinded, as some of his remarks prove. – J.Z.

GREGORY, DICK, Parallel Institutions, just a hint towards his proposal, 24x, in PP 12.

GREGORY, DICK, Uncle Sam Watches You! 1p, in PROTOS, in PP 1112 & in p 100 of PP 1469.

GREGORY, FREDERICK, Scientific vs. Dialectical Materialism: A Clash of Ideologies, in: Nineteenth-Century German Radicalism, ISIS 68, 1977, 206-223, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p482, headed: Materialism, Determinism, and Progress.


GRENANDER, M.E., Benito Cereno and Legal Oppression: A Szaszian Interpretation, JLS 2, no. 4, Winter 78, 337-342, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p914, headed: Melville on Slavery.

GRENE, MARJORIE, Total Freedom, 2pp, 1966, from: Introduction to Existentialism, in PP 1420/22.

GRESHAM, PERRY E., Natural Liberty: A New Version, 11pp: 521, in PP 1529-33.

GRESHAM, PERRY E., THINK TWICE – Before You Disparage Capitalism, FEE, n.d., 1973 or after, 15pp, in PP 962.GRESHAM’S LAW, PP 341, 737, 805. GRESHAM’S LAW, See: BRECKENRIDGE, S.P., in PP 979, ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., Gresham’s Law or Gresham’s Fallacy? QUARTERLY REVIEW, Winter 1986, of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 9pp, with ref., in PP 1248. – See: John Zube, Legal Tender, in PP 19A.

GREUSEL, HUBERT & LABADIE, JO, The Poor Devil, Tribute to Robert Reitzel, Detroit 1909, 15pp of prose, by G. Greusel & 1 poem: Reitzel, by J.L., in PP 1393: 13.

GREY, ANTONY, Quest for Justice: towards homosexual emancipation, 1992, flyer, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GREY, ANTONY, Why Pornography Should not Be Censored, 93, 2p, in PP 1334/35: 101.

GREY, THOMAS C., Origins of the Unwritten Constitution: Fundamental Law in American Revolutionary Thought, STANFORD LAW REVIEW 30, May 78, 843-893, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p593, headed: The Unwritten Common Law.

GRIEG, MICHAEL, Comics & Consequences, 1947, 3pp: 201, in PP 1488.

GRIFFIN, TIM,, Prostitution in the United States, paper, 5.5.1972, 11pp, in PP 1,011.

GRIFFITH, KYLE, A Reply, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251. In GUNDERLOY/ZIESING, Anarchy and the End of History.

GRIFFITH, Samuel, Sir, Message to Posterity, 1880, Georgist, 7pp, 29x, in PP 627.

GRIFFITHS, DOM BEDE, The Ideal of Non-Violence, Catholic essay, 1959, 8pp, 29x, in PP 408.

GRIMKE, ARCHIBALD H., William Lloyd Garrison, The Abolitionist, 1891, indexed, 405pp, in PP 1071.

GRIMOND, JO, M.P., The Future of Individual Liberty, The Lloyd Roberts Lecture, 1977, 8pp, with a note by J.Z., in PP 890.

GRIMSLEY, EDWARD, America’s New Mood, 1978, 2pp, in PP 925.

GRINDER, R. DALE, H.L. Mencken, Notes on a Libertarian, 10pp: 40, in PP 1501. – This article mentions that Mencken wrote or received some 30,000 letters. Who will fiche or digitize them and make them cheaply accessible. So much of the intellectual heritage of a great mind should not remain more or less buried (for most people) in a library, here the New York Public Libray. – J.Z.

GRINDER, WALTER E. & HARD, DAVID M., Part I: The Basic Tenets of Real Liberalism, 4pp: 25. Part II: Tolerance and Moral Autonomy, 5pp: 33. Part III: Social Harmony, Free Trade, and Peace, 8pp: 65. Part IV : Interventionism, Social Conflict, and War, 5pp: 77. Part IV: Continued Interventionism, Social Conflict and War, 7pp: 85, in PP 1463/64.

GRINDER, WALTER E., Government and Business, Libertarian Party Position Paper No. 5, 6pp, 29x, in PP 539.

GRINDER, WALTER E., Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Egalitarianism as a Revolt against Nature: And Other Essays, 1p: 61, in PP 1468.

GRINDER, WALTER E., The Great Depression and the Future, 3pp review of 4 books, including Rothbard’s, in PP 1367/68: 123.

GRINDER, WALTER E., Transformation of a Newspaper, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

GRINDER, WALTER E., What Is a Libertarian? 4pp, in PP 1,018. 2pp, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

GRINDER, WALTER, Politics and business, red tape and risk, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 295.

GRINDER, WALTER, Review, 1p, of F.A. HAYEK: 1. The Counterrevolution of Science, 2. Individualism and Economic Order, 3. Studies in Philosphy, Politics & Economics – & of: L.M. LACHMANN, The Legacy of Max Weber, in PP 1367/68: 80.

GRISEZ, GERMAIN, Against Consequentialism, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 23, 1978, 21-72, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p876, headed: The Problem of Consequentialism.

GROENEWEGEN, D., Planning, Marxian Economics and Normal Cost Theory, review of: BOOM & BUST, Journal of the Commerce Students’ Society, Melbourne University, ed. by KEATINK, M. & SAMUEL, PAUL, 1962: 3pp: 29, in PP 1471.

GROENEWEGEN, P.D., “Progress and Poverty” in historical perspective, 8pp, 29x, in PP 509.

GROFF, RICHARD, Thoreau and the Prophetic Tradition, 1961, 41pp, in PP 1197.

GROSECLOSE, ELGIN, Fiat and the Founding Fathers, THE FREEMAN, Oct. 76, 6pp, in PP 806.

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.

GROSECLOSE, ELGIN, see: GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., Review of Money and Man, by Elgin Groseclose, in 2pp, 1962, in PP 1012, sheet 72.GROSS, BEATRICE & RONALD, The Children’s Rights Movement, 1977, extract, listing 9 principles, 48x, in PP 589/590.

GROSS, WALTER, Sortex-Erwol, Lochkartei, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 163. – Ein Vorlaeufer des Personal Computers.

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. – I wish libertarians would finally ignore mass media and mass media laws and regulations and concentrate instead, on optimally using, for their causes, ALL the alternative media that they can afford and that are under few if any restrictions, like microfiche, floppy disks, Zip disks and text-only CD-ROMs and online. With them, even if initially used by only a few hundred freedom lovers, they could, probably, achieve more for liberty, and this in a few years, than they have achieved via the mass media and conventional publishing over decades. Nevertheless, these options have so far been barely discussed among them, and far less practised. Why? Are they too “cheap”, “easy” and efficient for them? Are they blind to their microeconomics, their self-financing and self-management opportunities? Do they believe that freedom of expression and information should not be practised in these affordable formats? Are they ignorant or prejudiced on this subject? I for one would welcome some investigative journalism on this. To the shame of freedom lovers, the world over, the communist regime of the former U.S.S.R. and other governments have made more use of their microfilm options, for their propaganda purposes, so far, than libertarians have for libertarian purposes. Should libertarians, “on principle”, ignore the alternative media because the governments have used them extensively or because most of the mass media ignore THESE alternatives, TOO? – PIOT, J.Z., 20 May 1998

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Big Business vs. Big Government, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 367. – And I thought they were allies, at least under present conditions. – J.Z.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Big Government in Crisis, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 335.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Children’s Rights Plank (incomplete), in PP 1373/75: 38.

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

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Free Texas, RIP, 1p, on the demise of another LP state newsletter, in PP 1312/1314. – Its microfiche option, as usual, is not mentioned. – J.Z.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Freedom is the Mainspring of Progress, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 385.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Freeing Up the Media, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 405. – Ignore them. Do your own thing on alternative media, which are already free and much more affordable and lasting. On them you could accumulate so much wisdom that, finally, the mass media would have to come to you – or you can shoot down their spokesmen and writers, quite effectively, one by one, with the best assortment of arguments and facts so far found. – J.Z., 12.5.97.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Introductory letter, Libertarian Futurist Society, 14pp, in PP 1280.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Reagan’s Budget “Cut” Sparks New Tax Revolt, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 435.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Review of: RAND, Philosophy: Who Needs It? 2pp: 4, in PP 1482.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, State Legislators Erode Rights of Texans, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 415.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Urban Enterprise Zones revitalize Cities, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 402.

GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, What about the Poor? 1p, signed M.G., in PP 1378/81: 372.

GROSSGERB, MICHAEL, July 4: A Libertarian Revolution, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 357.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Arbeitsmethoden von Allgemeingueltigkeit, 1S., Selbstrationalisierung, Arbeitsmethode, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 38.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Die Wissenskartei, 2 S., Erfolgstechnik, in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 17.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Du und das Ideen-Archiv, 2 S., in PP 1330-1332: 41.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Eine der bedeutendsten Erfindungen der Welt, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 299.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Richtiges Denken, 1 S., in Ideen Archiv, Selbstrationalisierung, Denktechnik, in PP 1330-1332: 32.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Warum “Grossmann Methode”? 3 S., Selbstrationalisierung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 164.

GROSSMANN, GUSTAV, Warum wurde und wird unrationell gearbeitet? 1 S., Selbstrationalisierung, Arbeitstechnik, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 139. – Unter voelliger Arbeitsteilung unter den Schoepfern, Propagandisten und Verwertern von Ideen, und bei Vermarktung ihrer Kapazitaeten, brauchten Schoepferische Leute nicht alle ihre anderen Potenzen auch noch rationalisieren. Im Idealfall haetten sie dann nur eine gute Idee auf einer Postkarte oder in einem langen Brief auszudruecken und an eine Marktzentrale fuer Ideen, ein ideales Ideen Archiv, abzusenden. Der Rest wuerde dann von anderen, arbeitsteilig geleistet. Es ist absurd, z.B. von den meisten Erfindern zu erwarten, dass sie selbst lernen koennten oder sollten, wie ihre Erfindung am Besten entwickelt und verbreitet werden koennte. Selbst Kuenstler und Athleten haben jetzt ihre Manager, aber leider auch immer noch nur im Einzelhandel, statt auf dem Grosshandel, im Weltmarket, wie er fuer wichtige Ideen und Talente gebraucht wird. – Kurt Zube sah die Unzulaenglichkeit der Grossmann Methode: Selbstverbesserung auf allen Gebieten, die zum Erfolg fuehren koennen, schon 1939 ein, als er das Ideen Archive und die Genius- und Talenten-Zentrale konzipierte. – Aber bei ihrer Verwirklichung durch ihn – oder mich selbst – fehlte immer noch viel, hauptsaechlich die Einsicht bei genuegend anderen Leuten in die Moeglichkeiten einer solchen Zentrale. Fuer einzelne Ideen und Talente koennen sich viele begeistern. Dafuer, allen ihre beste Chance zu geben, durch einen separaten Markt fuer Ideen und Talente, nur sehr wenige. Warum? Ist die Idee zu gross fuer kleine Koepfe? Wo sind die grossen, die sie begreifen und daraufhin zu handeln anfangen? Kein Gesetz steht solcher Handlungsfreiheit entgegen. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

GROSVENOR, WILLARD, What Is Rent? 1p: 42, in PP 1505.

GROUNDSWELL, News from Groundswell. The Solution Party Phenomenon, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 235.


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.

GROUPE DU REVEIL DE L’ESCLAVE, LE, Que Veulent les Individualistes, 1p, in PP 1,014.

GROVER, JOHN, JOHNLINE RESEARCH, 1.) Drivetime Talks, audio cassette prospectus, 5pp, 1984/85, 29x. in PP 547, 2.) The Struggle for Power & Struggle for Cargo, 2 pp, leaflets, 29x, in PP 727.

GROVES, JAMES B., Prof., Australia under American Fire, 4pp from NDI, Sep/Nov. 85: in PP 274: 137.

GROVES, JAMES B., Prof., Australia under American Fire, 4pp from NDI, Sep./Nov. 85, in PP 274. Comparison of “freedom” in Australia and U.S.

GROWING WITHOUT SCHOOLING, No. 38, 28pp, from the Robert Shea collection, in PP 961. No. 40, 28pp, in PP 968.

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

GROWTH, PP 418/19p115, 1127//28.

GRUB, No. 74, a free expression journal with a “print everything” policy. 47pp, in PP 1371/72: 337. Some anarchists don’t take too kindly to such free discussions and would rather like to see some censorship! – When it comes to the discussion on how to privately construct mass murder devices, I favour censorship, too. Criminals are not entitled to EVERY information, nor are politicians, statisticians, and tax gatherers or other enemy forces. – J.Z.

GRUBB, MICHAEL, Notions on panarchy, in one par., in PP 1440/42: 28. – Thick hides are only rarely and fully penetrated by new ideas, at least on the first try. – J.Z.

GRUBEL, HERB, The Troubles of Socialism in Sweden, 1p: 74, in PP 1515.

GRUEN, FRED, comments to Milton Friedman on Taxation and Inflation, 1981, 4pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397.GRUENBERG, CARL, Anarchismus, 1874, 5 S., 29x, in PP 737.GRUENE REFORM, Nr. 15, 1/1980 & Nr. 28, 1.7.85, ueber Geldreform nach LAEMMEL, 4 S., in PP 793.

GRUENEN IM BUNDESTAG, DIE, Volkszaehlung, 4 S., 29x, in PP 729.

GRUHN, RUTH, The Tsivitca, 8pp, 36x, in PP 370.

GRUNEBAUM, JAMES O., Two Justifications of Property, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 17, Jan. 80, 53-59, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1086, headed: Justifying Property.

GRUNER, ROLF, Historism: Its Rise and Decline, CLIO 8, Fall 77, 25-29, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1104, headed: The Decline of Historism.

GRUPPI ANARCHICI FEDERATI, GAF, Ein Anarchistisches Programm, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 31, 55 S., mit 5 S. Nachwort von Hans-Ulrich Dillmann, in PP 1156.

GST, GOODS AND SERVICES TAX, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Withdrawing Support for a Hidden Goods and Services Tax, 2pp: 16, in PP 1515.

GST, Ontario, Canada, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1271.GST, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Reflections on the Goods & Services Tax, 3pp: 58, in PP 1515; WALKER, MICHAEL, Why I Don’t Support the Current GST Proposal, 19pp: 63, in PP 1515.

GUANGARA LIBERTARIA, Primavery 1982, Ano III, Numero 10 – Otono 86, Numero 28, PP 880-882. These are all the copies I have on hand. GUANGARA, QUE ES? Introductory leaflet to GUANGARA LIBERTARIA, 1p, 29x in PP 727.GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCOME, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., A Letter to Sen. Hatfield – The Guaranteed Annual Income, August 17, 1969, 4pp: 100, in PP 1457/62.

GUARD & PATROL SERIVES of Sydney, from the telephone book, as samples of private protection services, part of a 16pp panarchist discussion, 29x, in PP 870.

GUARDIA, F. FERRER, Meine Beziehungen zu Mateo Morral, 1907/8, 6 S., 29x, in PP 349.

GUARDIAN ANGELS, A handout from Chicago Guardian Angels, 1p, in PP 1,037.

GUARDIAN, THE & S.M.H., 5.1.98, World’s black economy booming as $ 4.7 trillion escapes taxman, 1p: 134, in PP 1501.

GUARDIAN, THE, You pays your money, who makes your choice? Reprint of this August 6, 1979 article on the IEA, 14pp, 29x, in PP 687

GUCCIONE, EUGENE, How to Destroy Money, II, 7pp, in THE LIBERTARIAN, in PP 1138.

GUCCIONE, EUGENE, How to Plan a Disaster, 24pp, in THE LIBERTARIAN, in PP 1138.

GUCCIONE, EUGENE, Wage and Price Controls… 6pp, in THE LIBERTARIAN, in PP 1138.

GUENZBURG, E., Bei Peter Krapotkin, 1910, 7 S., 29x in PP 349.

GUERRE SOCIALE, Enquete, Was wollen die franzoesichen Arbeiter im Kriegsfalle tun? 1908, 17 S., 29x, in PP 349. (Fuer den Militaeraufstand aber auch fuer den Generalstreik als ob der danach noch rechtmaessig, noetig oder sinnvoll waere. J.Z.)

GUEST, KRYSTI, Feminism and Anarchism: Towards a Politics of Engagement, 6pp: 44, in PP 1481.

GUEST. EDGAR A., 1881-1959, It Couldn’t Be Done, 1p poem, Loser and Victor, 1p poem, in PP 499.


GUILDS OF CHINA, PP 810. (Wanted, a copy of J. Toulmin Smith’s book on European Guilds. J.Z.)

GUILT COMPLEX, See: READ, LEONARD E., Reflections on the Guilt Complex, 3pp: 115, in PP 1529- 33. – See also under: COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY.

GUILT, PP 156.GUILT, See: PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, in PP 1425.GUIN, URSULA K. LE, The Dispossessed, reviewed by RICHARD EVERS, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 19.GUIN, URSULA K. Le, The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas, 6p, in PP 1407: 11.

GULF CLUB, THE: PEACE NOW, Jan. 91, 15pp, in PP 500. Recycling ancient and oft refuted errors, e.g. that of a “class war”. – J.Z.


GULLIBLE INQUIRER, THE, Glencoe, APA published by ROBERT J. SHEA, incomplete : No. 1, 3 Sep. 87, 8, 9, 11, June 89, 25pp, in PP 1369 /70: 174. Apparently continued by THE WARM, FUZZY INQUIRER.

GUN CONTROL & Right to Bear and Use Arms, see: Militia, BOYS, DON: in PP 1229, PP 61-63, Granville Sharp, PP 589/590.

GUN CONTROL, An Individual Right, A Report by the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, 2nd. Session, Feb. 1982, 97th Congress, 29pp, inside title: The Right to Keep and Bear Arms, in PP 1141, with 3 other papers on gun control.

GUN CONTROL, Clippings & Notes, 6pp, in PP 1378/81: 493 & 498.

GUN CONTROL, PP 290, 369, 385, 613, 929, 1028/29, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 33 & 47), et al, by GABB, SEAN.), 1072, 1074, 1077, 1105, 1116, 1119, 1137, 1141, 1153.

GUN CONTROL, See: BAD BROADSIDES: An Anarchist Case against Gun Control, No. 16, 1p, 92.

GUN CONTROL, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, The Case Against Gun Control, 1990, 14pp, LA Political Notes No. 47, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.


GUN CONTROL, See: GABB, SEAN, Gun Control in Britain, 1988, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 33, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

GUN CONTROL, See: GOTTLIEB, ALAN M., Second Amendment Foundation, Bellevue, Washington, n.d., 4pp letter by its founder, in PP 1105.

GUN CONTROL, See: HALBROOK, STEPHEN P., That Every Man Be Armed, The Evolution of a Constitutional Right, 274pp, here only in a 2pp leaflet on the book, in PP 1077.

GUN CONTROL, See: KATES, DON B., Jr., Book excerpt, 2pp of his: Restricting Handguns: The Liberal Sceptics Speak Out, 1979, in PP 1153.

GUN CONTROL, See: KATES, DON B., Jr., Restricting Handguns. The Liberal Sceptics Speak Out, 4pp: 280, in PP 1506/07.

GUN CONTROL, See: KOMAN, VICTOR, The REAL Reason We Own Guns, 2pp, in PP 492.

GUN CONTROL, See: LEFEVRE, ROBERT, No Gun Controls Here, 1p: 98, in PP 1469. – On arms exports by governments.

GUN CONTROL, See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Responsible Gun Ownership, 4pp: 29, in PP 1504. – As one said, it would be better to speak of: “victim disarmament”. – J.Z.

GUN CONTROL, See: MALCOLM, JOYCE L., Armed with History, 2pp on gun control & militias, in PP 1077.

GUN CONTROL, See: MCCRACKEN, ANNE, Gun Laws vs. Self Defence, 2pp, 84, in PP 1074.

GUN CONTROL, See: MILLER, VINCE, Gun Controls, A Libertarian View, 1p, in PP 1271.

GUN CONTROL, See: NELSON, JOANNE and STEPHEN, Gun Control, 1990, 20pp, in PP 1077.

GUN CONTROL, See: ROSS, THOMAS S., Gun Control: Legal? Wise? 1p, in PP 279 : 5.

GUN CONTROL, See: RUSSON, NICHOLAS, Gun Control? 1p, in PP 1271.

GUN CONTROL, See: SMITH, L. NEIL, LEVER ACTION Letter, Nos. 00b, 01b – 08b, 09c, 10b, 11-17, ca. 36pp, in PP 1077.

GUN CONTROL, See: SNYDER, JOHN M., Gun Control Ineffective in Crime Control, 1971 clipping, 1p, in PP 1357.

GUN CONTROL, See: University of Oxford, Gun Control and the Citizen, leaflet for a one day school, 12 April 1997, 1p: 31, in PP 1516. See: MUNDAY, R.A.I. & STEVENSON, J.A., Guns & Violence, The Debate before Lord Cullen, leaflet, 4pp: 32, in PP 1516.

GUN CONTROL, See: WALDEN, DAVID V., National Coalition for the Banning of Assault Vegetables, Chicago, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1077.

GUN CONTROL, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Gun Control: The Death of Private Property, 2pp: 64, in PP 1457/62.

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

GUN LAWS: MULLER, LEE, Individual Rights Meaningless without Means to Defend them, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1852.

GUN LAWS: NATIONAL INTEREST, IN THE, Maryborough, Queensland, No. 7A, 15.6.96, special issue against gun control, 8pp, in PP 1349: 57.

GUN LAWS: 2 Clippings, 96, on responses to gun legislation: 125. In PP ???

GUN LAWS: DARBY, MICHAEL, Personal Responsibility (with firearms), 1p, in PP1349.

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

GUN LAWS: GABB, SEAN, Putting the Case against Gun Control, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 201.

GUN LAWS: GOLDSMITH, ABBY & MERRIMAN, MARK, Private Protection Begins at Home, 76, 2pp, in PP 1345/46: 68.

GUN LAWS: HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Gun Control, Patriotism, & Civil Disobedience, 6pp, in PP 1445: 82.

GUN LAWS: KOMAN, VICTOR, Arming the Incomplete Maverick, 76, 3p, in PP 1345/46 : 66,69,101.

GUN LAWS: KOPEL, DAVID & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Will You Be Safer If Guns Are Banned? 6pp, in PP 1445: 89.

GUN LAWS: LOTT, JOHN R., Jr. & MUSTARD, DAVID B, Crime, Deterrence and Right-to-Carry Concealed Handguns, study in JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES, Jan. 97. Here only an extract, 1/2 page, headed: Concealed Guns Reduce Crime, in PP 1393: 113.

GUN LAWS: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why Guns Should not Be Illegal, 95, 2p, in PP 1334/35: 161. – Those in the hands of territorial nation States, violent criminals, mental cases, drug addicts and of all organizations suppressing individual rights, should be illegal or outlawed, by rights. Only genuine individual rights are associated with the authority to enforce them. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

GUN LAWS: NATIONAL FIREARMS FREEDOM FUND: Advertisements, a number of different ones, 1p each, e.g., in PP 1432/1439: 636.

GUN LAWS: PAUL, RON, Our Right to Own Handguns, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 781.

GUN LAWS: RON PAUL REPORT, THE, Gun Control by Bush & Bennett, 1p, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1854.

GUN LAWS: ROSTKY, GEORGE, Job protection, 1p, in PP 1440/42: on the absurdity of gun laws and the denial of self-defence rights.

GUN LAWS: SALTER, JOHN R., Jr., An Open Letter to the National Council to Control Handguns, from a civil rights activist, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 342.

GUN LAWS: ZIMMER, DOUGLAS J., Gun Laws & San Ysidro, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1617.

GUN OWNERS’ ALERT, 2pp on anti-gun legislation, in PP 1116.

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

GUNDERLOY, MIKE & INMAN, TERRY, Some correspondence, 1986-88, 9pp, in PP 478.

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, & ZIESING, MICHAEL, editors, Anarchy and the End of History, various authors, 1991, 144pp, in PP 1251.

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, Closing the Gaps: Challenges for the Anarchist Movement, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, Factsheet Five, Survey of fanzines and small presses, even anarchist & libertarian ones & of music. Compiled by Mike Gunderloy. Introductory pamphlet only, 8pp, 29x, in PP 895, 2pp from No. 32, pages 590/10 in PP 907-910. 1.) No. 20, Nov. 86, 64pp, 29x, in PP 676, 2.) No. 23, 1987, 72pp, addresses, abstracts, magazines, music, titles, 29x, in PP 728, 3.) No. 28, by M.A. Gunderloy, 1988, 88pp, Survey of small magazines, including anarchist & libertarian ones, in PP 845. Small periodicals one does not see at newsagents, in bookshops and in libraries. He managed to make it cover its costs. Has any other libertarian ever managed to produce an as long series of directory issues? Finally, he handed its continuance over to someone else. Most commitments, hobbies and spleens are, apparently, catered for by one or the other small periodical. Almost all of them appear to remain unaware or unappreciative of their micrographic options. – J.Z.

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

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

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

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, Notes to FREFANZINE, 29 July 84, 4pp, in PP 1428/29: 281.

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, On Anarchism, 4pp, in PP 1238.

GUNDERLOY, MIKE, What Is an Anarchist? 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251. See also : MONTHLY MEANDER & MEANDER QUARTERLY.

GUNN, JOHN W., Haldeman-Julius, the Man and his Work, LBB No. 678, 1924, 64pp, in PP 1224.

GUNN, JOHN W., Life of Thomas Jefferson, n.d., 60pp, LBB No. 769, in PP 1209.

GUNN, JOHN W., Life of Thomas Paine, in Little Blue Book No. 522, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1162.

GUNN,JOHN W., Life of Benjamin Franklin, n.d., 60pp, LBB 523, in PP 1208.

GUNNISON BROWN, HARRY, International Trade, A Study of the Economic Advantages of Commerce, 1914, 1921, indexed, 193pp, originally published as Part II of “International Trade and Exchange”, in PP 807.

GUNNISON BROWN, HARRY, Is American Liberalism a Betrayal of the Masses? 1925, 12pp: 15, in PP 1477.

GUNSTEREN, HERMAN VAN, Public and Private, SOCIAL RESEARCH 46, Sum. 79, 255-271, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p722, headed: Private vs. Public: the Domain of Freedom.

GUNZBURG, D., Attitudes, Quality and Controls, 5pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

GUNZBURG, DORON, Review of PEOPLE AT WORK by Pehr G. Gyllenhammar, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297.

GURA, PHILIP F., The Radical Ideology of Samuel Gorton: New Light on the Relation of English and American Puritanism, THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 36, Jan. 79, 78-100, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p889, headed : Samuel Gorton: Antinomian Radical.

GUSFIELD, JOSEPH, Buddy, Can You Paradigm? The Crisis Theory of the Welfare State. PACIFIC SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 22, Jan. 79, 3-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1261, headed: Sociology, Theory, & the Welfare State.

GUTENBERG, PP 907-910pp520-521.


GUTMANN, PETER M., The Subterranean Economy, FINANCIAL ANALYSTS JOURNAL, Nov./Dec. 77, 26-27, 34, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p420, headed: Black Markets vs. Regulation.

GUYOT, YVES, Economic Prejudices, translated by Fred Rothwell, 1910, 166pp, 24x, in PP 245.

GUYOT, YVES, La Science Economique, seconde edition, revue et augmentee, Paris, 1887, 588pp, indexed, in PP 1257. – Guyot was a free trader, privatizer, laissez faire advocate and to some extent even advocated free banking, e.g. in the conclusion of his chapter on free banking. Thus, typically, only some of his writings have been translated, e.g. into English. – J.Z.

GUYOT, YVES, LABOUR, SOCIALISM AND STRIKES, with an introductory note by A.J. Wilson, 123pp, 24x, in PP 322.

GUYOT, YVES, Quesnay et la Physiocratie, Paris, Guillaumin, 1896, 177pp, in PP 1078.


GUYOT, YVES, THE COMEDY OF PROTECTION, translated by M.A. Hamilton, 1906, 325pp, 24x, in PP 321.

GUYOT, YVES, THE TYRANNY OF SOCIALISM, ed. & with an introduction by J.H. Levy, 1894, 304pp, 24x, PP 324.

GUYOT, YVES, WHERE AND WHY PUBLIC OWNERSHIP HAS FAILED, 1914, translated by H.F. Baker, indexed, 459pp, 29x, PP 325.

GUZDA, HANK, Saturn: The Sky’s the Limit, 2pp on a work place agreement, in PP 1238.

GWARTNEY, JAMES D & STROUP, RICHARD L., Communial vs. Private Property Rights, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 231.

GYROCOPTERS: THE DISTRICT TIMES, Moss Vale, Gyrocopter buffs are welcome, on Murray Bluett of Robertson, 7 Feb. 96, 1p: 100, in PP 1489. – Personal liberty takes many forms & expressions and requires various tools, machines & media, e.g. microfiche and microfiche reading machines. – J.Z., 8.12.97.