H., G., Landbesetzungen und die Bildung von landwirtschaftlichen Genossenschaften in Sueditalien, 2 S.: 36, in PP 1523. Compare Preyer’s book.

H.M., S.H., Glencoe, a comment zine by ROBERT J. SHEA on FREFANZINE issues: No. 1, June 85, 2, Aug. 85; 4, Nov. 85; unnumbered, Feb. 86; 9, Sep. 86; 11, Feb. 87; 12, April 87; 17, June 88; 19, Sep. 88; 20, Nov. 88; 21, Jan. 89; 22, March 89; 24, June 89; 24, Aug, 89; 26, Oct. 89; 27, Dec. 89; (That should be Dec. 88, I believe. J.Z.) 28, Jan. 89; 29, April 90 (Comment upon FREEFANZINE No. 81.), 112pp, in PP 1369/70: 196. – H.M./S.H. # 25, by SHEA, ROBERT, Aug. 89, 6pp: 79; # 26, Oct. 89, 6pp: 269; # 27, Dec. 89, 6pp, in PP 1440/42: 416.

HAAG, E. van den, Civil Disobedience and the “Encyclopaedia Britannica”, 13pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p162.


HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, A Fatal Concession, 1p, on Hayek: 225, in PP 1463/64.

HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, Introduction: Liberal Traditions and the History of Ideas, 1988, in PP 1146.

HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, Jurisprudence and Politics in Adam Smith, 1988, 12pp, in PP 1146.

HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, The Philosophy of Law in Hayek’s New Constitutionalism, 1979, 36pp, 42x, in PP 570.

HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, Traditions of Liberalism, Essays on John Locke, Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill, ed. by Knud Haakonssen, CIS Readings 8, 1988, indexed, 221pp, in PP 1146. The essays are separately listed by author.

HAAS-LEPHARDT, NOREEN E. & GEORGE P. LEPHARDT, Comparable Worth: The Economic Consequences, 1985, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HABE, HANS, Gedanken unterwegs, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p46. Ueber Amerika u. Deutschland, 1946.

HABEGGER, JAY, Inflation, Money, and Freedom, THE FREEMAN, 9/86, 3pp, in PP 25.

HABEGGER, JAY, Origins of the Chinese Hyperinflation, THE FREEMAN, Sep. 88, 5pp, in PP 818.

HABERLER, GOTTFRIED, A Vienna Seminarian Remembers (Mises), 4pp letter, in PP 1268.

HABSBURG, OTTO von, THE SOCIAL ORDER OF TOMORROW, 1957, Review only, in PP 755. It contains some exterritorialist notions.

HADAR, LEON T., Israel & America: Is It Divorce Time? 1990, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. Even these libertarians think only in collectivist terms. It is divorce time for INDIVIDUALS, from the U.S., from Israel and ANY territorial State or federation or alliance, if an individual desires this and is not guilty of any crime with victims. But Peace Plans is still almost the ONLY publication that studies the simple and radical exterritorial alternative to the incurable territorialist and collectivist messes. – J.Z.

HADDAD, GEORGE N., M.D., Medical Care IS a Function of the FREE MARKET, Free Enterprise Institute, 5pp, n.d., in PP 895.

HAEMORRHOIDS, See: MARTIN, BRIAN, DIMMER, CHRISTINE, REEVES, NOELINE & SULLIVAN, FRANCES, Squatting for the Prevention of Haemorrhoids? 1986, 5pp, 21, in PP 1452.

HAENKE, DAVID, Stable Bioregional Exchange System, A, 1985, 2pp, 29x in PP 738. Nothing is absolutely stable – and why should one confine one’s exchanges to a “bioregion”? – J.Z.

HAERTER, FRIEDRICH & HARTMANN, GERNOT B., Betrieb u. Wirtschaft, Bd. I, 1979, Auszuege, in Tabellen, ueber Rechtsformen der Unternehmungen & Genossenschaftsarten, 30 S., in PP 1413/14: 24.

HAGEL, JOHN, III, Oil and American Foreign Policy, 6pp, in PP 1312/1314: 73.

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

HAGGARD, THOMAS, The Right to Work – A Constitutional and Natural Law Perspective, THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL AFFAIRS 1, July 76, 215-243, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p383, headed: The Natural Law Right to Work. – Monetary despotism is here not described as interfering with this right. – J.Z.

HAGUE DECLARATION, THE, of the Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries to Discuss the Issue of Peace and the Rule of Law in International Affairs, ca. 1989, 6pp, in PP 1371/72: 397.

HAHN, L. ALBERT, On Forecasting Inflations, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 76. – Is it really any more predictable than any other arbitrary, coercive and criminal act? It is merely rendered “legal” by the legal tender and issue monopoly privileges. – J.Z.

HAHN, MICHAEL F., George Orwell’s 1984: Fiction or Reality? 6pp, in PP 1315.

HAHNE, HEINRICH, Klassischer Anarchismus, Eine Jugendschrift Fichtes, 1 S. Besprechung seines 1793 Werkes: Beitrag zur Berichtigung der Urteile des Publikums ueber die Franzoesische Revolution, 29x, in PP 901. Das Werk Fichtes ist in PP 416 zu finden. Here Fichte was an early advocate of the right of individuals to secede from the State. – Later he came close to being a totalitarian, especially in: Der geschlossene Handelsstaat. – J.Z.

HAIL, Nos. 1-6, 1967, published by Charles R. Wiles, complete set, 14pp, 29x, in PP 724.

HAINES, BRIAN W, New Age Medicine, 1p: 93, in PP 1293/95. – Report on the report that a rapist brought a “corpse” to life.

HAINES, BRIAN W., A Brief History of Death, 2pp: 277, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., A Touch of DIY Medicine, 1p: 341, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., A Trust that Lasts Forever, 3pp: 262, in PP 1293/95. – Maybe we have to defeat taxes before we can defeat death. – J.Z., 25 Nov. 93.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Am I the MUG? (Against the Welfare Trap) 1p: 330, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Breaking the Death Barrier, 2pp: 125, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Give yourself Muscle with Creatine, 1p: 405, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., In Defence of ESP, 2pp: 291, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Keeping up with the Technology, 1p: 469, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Living for Old Age, 1p: 348, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Living on, 1p: 342, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Medical Ethics, 2pp: 21, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Of Life and Death, 2pp: 420, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., Pay now, Die later, 2pp: 383, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., TERROR LIBRIS, 1p: 329, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., The Brave New World, 1p: 501, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., The New World View, 3pp: 474, in PP 1293/95.

HAINES, BRIAN W., The Sless Case and Magna Carta, 1p: 386 in PP 1293/95. – On a Gestapo raid by the FDA against a seller of GH-3.HAINES, JANINE, The Case for Supporting (& Strengthening) the Bill of Rights, 4pp, in PP 1139.

HAINSTOCK, ELIZABETH, Teaching Montessori in the Home: The School Years, reviewed by PEGGY FARRELL, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 28.

HAKE, EGMONT A. & WESSLAU, O.E., Free Trade in Capital, or Competition in the Supply of Capital to Labour, and its Bearings on the Political and Social Questions of the Day, 1890, 432pp, 36x, in PP 656.

HAKE, EGMONT A. & WESSLAU, O.E., The Coming Individualism, 1895, 347pp, 36x, in PP 774, reviewed in 795.

HAKIM BEY (Pseudonym for PETER LAMBORN WILSON), collages, collaborations, flyers & fragments from, by and for his Automedia collecive, which in the late 80’s was called: Association for Ontological Anarchism, featuring titles such as: No More Politics; Boycott Cop Culture; Break the Law for Peace & How Far Dare We Go? 27pp, in PP 1373/75: 329-356.

HAKIM BEY, Anarchy & ADAB, 5pp, in PP 1409/10: 390.

HAKIM BEY, For a World Congress of Weird Religions, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 387.

HAKIM BEY, Psychic Paleolitmism and High Technology, a position paper, Association for Ontological Anarchy, Communique No. 7, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 395.

HALBROOK STEVE, North-American Anarchism: problems and tasks, 4pp, in PP 1151.

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.

HALBROOK, STEPHEN P., The Land to Those Who Work it. Autogestion in Algeria. Review of: BLAIR, THOMAS L., The Land to Those Who Work It: Algeria’s Experiment in Workers’ Management, 1969, 312pp, 5pp: 43, in PP 1501.

HALBROOK, STEPHEN, Gun Laws, 3pp, 36x, in PP 369.

HALBROOK, STEPHEN, S.D.S. and Black Self-Determination, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HALBROOK, STEPHEN, The State : Enemy of Latin America, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

HALBROOK, STEVE, Libertarianism and Social Transformation, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 84.

HALDANE, J.B.S., We Have a Great Deal to Learn, 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS Co., The Gist of Herbert Spencer, 1924, 64pp, in PP 828.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS PUBLICATIONS, mainly in PP 1206 – 1213 & 1217 – 1229. Separately listed.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, ALICE, International Freethought Annual, 1940, 127pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications. “A group of rationalists look at the world of today, diagnose some of its ills, and point the way to intellectual, social and cultural progress.” In PP 1221. These short contributions are not separately listed here.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., America’s Fakirs and Guides, Surveying the Leaders and Misleaders of our Day, LBB No. 1288, 1928, 64pp, including: The Soul of Man, 7pp & The Bunk Box, 8pp, in PP 1224.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Culture & its Modern Aspects, Essays, n.d., 128pp, in PP 1144.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Editor of Little Blue Books, e.g., Nos. 575, 1334, 1328, in PP 1189. – Would it really help if I listed here all the filmed issues under his numbers? – J.Z.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., How Can We Wipe Out the Crime of War? n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1547, in PP 1209.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Iconoclastic Literary Reactions, n.d., 128pp, table of contents on sheet 87, in PP 1211.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., My First 25 Years. Instead of a Footnote. An Autobiography. Haldeman-Julius publications, series B-788, 1949, 47pp, in PP 1217.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., My Second 25 Years. Instead of a Footnote. An Autobiography. Haldeman-Julius publications, series B-814, 1949, 122pp, in PP 1217.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Notes and Comments, 16pp, in No. 5381, in PP 1226; 20pp, in B-545, in PP 1213; 27 pp, in B-638, in PP 1213; 5pp, in series No. B-552, in PP 1211; 16pp, + 19pp, + 20pp, B-542, B-543, in PP 1219; 6pp in B-639, in PP 1222; in B-574, 2pp, in PP 1223.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Notes and Comments. Reflections on the Passing Show, No. No. 5, 1951, 128pp; No. 6, 1951, 128pp; No. 10, 1951, 128pp, in PP 1212.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Proverbs of Ireland, edited by E.H.-J., n.d., 52pp, LBB No. 119, in PP 1209.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Questions & Answers, First Series, 1943, 127pp, indexed on page 127, in PP 1210; 11th Series, 1949, 128pp, in PP 1226; 18th Series, 1950, 128pp, in PP 1211; 20th Series, 1940, 124pp, in PP 1211.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., See: GUNN, JOHN W., Haldeman-Julius, the Man and his Work, LBB No. 678, 1924, 64pp, in PP 1224.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Sir James Jean’s “Mathematical God”, A Debate – Analysis, LBB No. 1619, n.d., 32pp, in PP 1224.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., The Bunk Box. A Collection of the Bits of Bunk that Infest American Life, n.d., Haldeman-Julius Publication, series B-447, 128pp, in PP 1217. – Has anyone ever assembled the bunk of E. Haldeman-Julius, that he expressed himself, in his numerous writings? – Rather than hitting hard in this way at individual writers and their remaining errors and foibles, a general refutations encyclopaedia should be compiled. – All of us carry still some such “negative assets” in our heads and only organized mutual correction has a chance to rid us of them. – J.Z.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., The Meaning of Atheism, LBB No. 1597, 32pp, n.d., in PP 1224. 1987 reprint, 22pp, in PP 1227.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., What Is a Liberal? n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1557, in PP 1224.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Why I Do Not Fear Death, 32pp, LBB 1545, in PP 1208. – The old argument only against religiously asserted personal immortality and revival of the supposed “soul”. Being in favour of life extension, bodily, I do fear it and wish enough other people would, too, severely enough, to do more themselves to promote life extension reasearch. – J.Z.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, MARCET, Assassinations of American Presidents. With two attempted assassinations, 1938, 32pp, in PP 1213.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, MARCET, Clarence Darrow’s Two Great Trials. Reports of the Scopes Anti-Evolution Case and the Dr. Sweet Negro Trial, 1927, 74pp, no series no., in PP 1218.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, MARCET, Famous and Interesting Guests of a Kansas Farm. Impressions of Upton Sinclair, Lawrence Tibbett, Mrs. Martin Johnson, Clarence Darrow, Will Durant, E.W. Howe, Alfred Kreymborg & Anna Louise Strong, 1936, 31pp, The Reviewer’s Library, No. 8, in PP 1221.

HALDEMAN-JULIUS, MARCET, What the Editor’s Wife Is Thinking About, n.d., LBB No. 809, 64pp, in PP 1224.

HALIBURTON, John D., on “lights” or “labour” currency, as proposed by him, leaflets,, extracts, 13pp, 29x, in PP 743.

HALL, BOLTON, Land Question and Economic Progress, 2pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

HALL, BOLTON, Money Making in Free America, 1909, 315pp, in PP 1089. A Georgist, anti-monopolist and laissez-faire advocate, for referendum and even for free banking. – J.Z.

HALL, BOWMAN N., Economic Theories of Stephen Pearl Andrews, The: Neglected Utopian Writer, The South African Journal of Economics, 43.I.1975, 11pp, in PP 806.

HALL, BOWMAN N., Joshua K. Ingalls: Land Reformer, Opponent of Henry George, and Advocate of Land Leasing, now and Established Mode, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 39, 4, Oct. 80, 383-396, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1461, headed: Ingalls: On Land and Liberty.

HALL, NATALEE & AUREAOUS, SKYE D’, A Model of Social Change: Festinger’s Cognitive Dissonance Theory, 4pp: 700, in PP 1457/62.

HALL, NATALEE & AUREOUS, SKYE D’, Letter, Archy vs. Anarchy: The economic factor, 1p: 699, in PP 1457/62.

HALL, RONALD L., Wittgenstein and Polanyi: The Problem of Privileged Self-Knowledge, PHILOSOPHY TODAY 23, Fall 79, 267-278, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p878, headed: Self-Knowledge and Knowing Others.

HALLBERG, CHARLES, Regarding mandatory seat belt laws and federally fixed speed limits, 1p, in PP 492.

HALLIDAY, ROY, Blockian Ethics, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 59.

HALM, JOE, Alaska’s Second Disaster, 10pp, n.d., a Freedom School – Pine Tree Press pamphlet, in PP 1308: 119-121. – On the bureaucratic interventionism after an earthquake disaster. Reminded me of a similar disaster after a hurricane destroyed most of Darwin’s supposedly hurricane proof government housing and of a similar one recently reported in Japan, after the earthquake destroying Kobe. Perhaps all such instances should be collected in a book – to undermine statism. – J.Z.

HALPERIN, JOAN UNGERSMA, “Felix Feneon, Soft-Spoken Anarchist”, 1980, 7pp, 42x, in PP 606.

HALPERIN, SAMUEL, The Educational Arena, EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION AND POLICY ANALYSIS, Jan/Feb. 80, 27-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p995, headed: Federal Education Policy.

HALTER, MARTIN, Die Fabrik – ein alternativer Musterbetrieb? 23.11.1984, 2 S., in PP 1413/14: 284.

HAMILTON, CHARLES H., Review, 2pp, of: MADDOX, WILLIAM S. & LILIE, STUART A., Beyond Liberal and Conservative, Cato Institute, 1984, 197pp: 610, in PP 1529- 33.

HAMILTON, CHARLES, COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E. & SULLIVAN, MARK A., editors, Benjamin R. Tucker & The Champions of Liberty, A Centenary Anthology, 1981, 232pp, 29x, in PP 912.

HAMILTON, CLIVE, Nuclear danger on Australia’s doorstep. A nuclear power industry in Indonesia presents Australia with considerable safety problems, 93 clipping, 1p, in PP 494.

HAMILTON, EARL J., The Role of War in Modern Inflation, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY, USA, 37, 1977, 13-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p112. Headed: Empire and Inflation.

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

HAMLET & JIM STUMM, Comments on LP, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 5.

HAMMARSTROEM, OLLE, Industrial Democracy in Australia: an outside view, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

HAMMER, RICHARD O., Talk of Secession. A report on a conference organized by the Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p455. – Alas, Miseans are still tied in their thinking to exclusive gold dollars and exclusive territorial sovereignties. – J.Z. – Correction: Hammer, with his own organization and publication has published something on “virtual cantons”, which are partly exterritorial and partly still territorial constitutional constructs. But he will neither supply more information on this for fiching, nor ask for my information on panarchism and related subjects. – Whoever believes that he already knows can’t be taught. – J.Z., 10.10.07.

HAMMER, RICHARD, of Free Nation Foundation, letter, 25.4.96 to John Zube, 1p, in PP 1365: 93. – This group is with its virtual canton proposal of some panarchist interest – but showed no interest in panarchism. – J.Z.

HAMMER, THE ANARCHIST BLACK HAMMER, Woodstock Anarchist Party Magazine, I/1, 1st quarter, 1975, 24pp; No. 6, 2nd. quarter, 1976, 22pp. Only copies presently on hand, in PP 1165.

HAMMILL, CHUCK, From Crossbows to Cryptography: Thwarting the State via Technology, 4pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. 1989, 3pp, in PP 1269. – 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 161.

HAMOWY, RONALD, Jefferson and the Scottish Enlightenment: A Critique of Garry Will’s “Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence”, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 36, Oct. 79, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p601, headed: Jefferson’s Declaration: Lockean or Scottish?

HAMOWY, RONALD, The Class Struggle. A New View, 1p, in PP 1132.

HANCOCK, LANG, Governments Consume Wealth – they Don’t Create it, notes from address at Workers Party Gala Dinner, 1975, 10pp, 29x, in PP 605.

HANCOCK, LANG, Mining for Mankind, an article, 29x, in PP 613.

HANCOCK, LANG, Stopping Energy Chaos, 2pp, 1980, 36x, in PP 369.

HANCOCK, LANG, Time for Truth, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

HANCOCK, LANG, We Mine to Live, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p293.

HANDBOOK FOR AMERCIANS, by Jurisdiction Journal and Sovereign Review, n.d., 51pp, in PP 1,015. Contains among other things, a Handbook for Jurors.

HANDICAPPED, See: BLOCK, WALTER, The handicapped and the environment, 2pp: 119, in PP 1515.

HANDLEY, NORRIS, Jr., The Dark and Bloody Ground of Indian Water Rights: Confusion Elevated to Principle, THE WESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY 9, Oct. 78, 455-582.1, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p782, headed: Indian Water Rights.



HANJIAN, CLARK, Citizenship Papers, 5pp, in PP 1150.

HANK, Big Mountain, Summer 1986, on continuing mistreatment of Red Indians and official disregard for their basic rights, 2pp, in PP 1110.

HANKE, STEVE H., Strategies Employed in Successful Privatization Efforts : Rx for Privatization, 1986, 21pp, in PP 1,014.

HANKEL, WILHELM, Ist Schwarzarbeit kriminell? Auszug aus einem Interview, im STERN, Datum? in dem er die Legalisierung der Arbeit ohne Lohnsteuerkarte fordert. Er verfasste: Gegenkurs – Von der Schuldenkrise zur Vollbeschaeftigung, 261 S., Siedler Verlag, Berlin, 39.80 DM. 1 S., in PP 1323: 35.

HANNIGAN, A. ST. J., Companies in Financial Difficulties, 1970, 8pp on the rights of creditors and how they might be better safeguarded, with a note by John Zube, in PP 818.

HANSARD, Legislative Assembly, NSW, 26 Sept. 86, New Right Movement, 36pp, 29x, in PP 723.

HANSCH, E.S., Is Dr. Rothbard Scientific? 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 1023.

HANSCH, ERICK, Land for the Vietnamese, 1p, in PP 1315.

HANSON, PAULINE, MP, Media Release, June 1996: Results of Research into Comparative Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Benefits in the Areas of ….., 23pp, in PP 1393: 103. – Because she does not toe the present line of “political correctness”, she has been widely accused of being a racist. But she merely shares many of the prejudices of the man or woman in the street on unemployment and immigration and is rightly upset about reverse discrimination. – What moral right to the exclusive possession of a continent does first occupation give? Were Australian Aborigines really the first immigrants or did they wipe out the natives they found already there? Almost all sides struggle for the possession of privileges rather than for freedom for everyone. – J.Z., 24.2.97. – Australian Aborigines, too, could gain much more from the realization of all individual rights and liberties than from special “land rights” legislation. – J.Z., 12.10.97.

HAPATOC FAMILY INTERNATIONAL, Appeal, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p314.

HAPGOOD, DAVID, Progress and Poverty Continued, 3pp from THE NEW REPUBLIC, 36x in PP 381-382.

HARBOURS, PRIVATE : ANON., Private Harbours, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 35.

HARD CORE NEWS, Houston, April & Sep. 1971, 22pp, in PP 1252.

HARD MONEY, SOFT MONEY & GOVERNMENT MONEY, 793, 905, 911. It does not matter whether money is soft or hard or easy etc., as long as it is sound. Even government money could be sound, if issued as contribution money, without legal tender (towards all but the issuer) by a competing government, which has voluntary members only. – J.Z.

HARDING, ALAN, Political Liberty in the Middle Ages, SPECULUM 55, 3, 1980, 423-443, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1454, headed : Medieval Liberty & its Evolution.

HARDING, HENRY H., Free Trade and the Engineer, 1925, 3pp: 14, in PP 1477.

HARDY, GEORGE, A “Do-It-Yourself” Budget Is Needed, 1p: 57, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, A Budget for Prosperity, 1p: 74, in PP 1513. – Every government budget impoverishes all but bureaucrats, politicians and their favourites. – J.Z., 9.11.98.

HARDY, GEORGE, An Alternative Federal Budget, 1p: 81 & 84ff, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Anti-Monopolist” reply to comments, 26.12.1977, 2pp: 44, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Any Benefit from Economic Controls? 56, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Basic Human Rights and Basic Responsibilities, 10 points, from his latest book “Consistent Liberalism”, 1985, 48x, in PP 589/590.

HARDY, GEORGE, Can there be a Socialist Paradise? 1984, 3pp: 46, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Cargo Cult and “The Age Poll”, 1p: 69, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Consistent Liberalism or Land Speculation? 1p: 79, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Consistent Liberalism, Policies for a Better Tomorrow, 1985, 238pp, in PP 821.HARDY, GEORGE, Dangers of “Cult of Entitlements”, 1p: 68, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Death Duties: What Is Justified Private Property? 2pp, with a note by J.Z.: 53, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Election Alternatives 1977, 1p: 50, with a 1p note by J.Z., 1984: 51, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Equal Rights – Yes! Discrimination – No! 1p: 80/2, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Georgism: Traditional “Single Tax” versus Modern “Anti-Monopolism”, 1977, 3pp: 34, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Georgist Credibility and the Inflation Debate, 1979, 2pp, 24x, in PP 70-74.HARDY, GEORGE, Georgist Credibility and the Inflation Debate, Oct. 1979, 1p: 43, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Guaranteed Minimum Income or Guaranteed Minimum Social Welfare? 1p: 64, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, Monopoly and the Individual, 1964, 203pp, 24x, in PP 30-31, review: PP 7.HARDY, GEORGE, Society in Conflict, 1973, 184pp, 24x, in PP 33-35.

HARDY, GEORGE, Table of Comparison between the Main Contemporary Social Systems, 1p: 89, in PP 1513.

HARDY, GEORGE, The Coming Chaos. Fair Income Distribution the Peaceful Alternative, 1983, 200pp, 29x, in PP 502.

HARDY, GEORGE, The Doom of the Welfare Society, 1975, 96pp, 24x, in PP 33-35.

HARDY, GEORGE, The Justification and Limits of Public Property in a Free Society, 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381.

HARDY, GEORGE, The Way Out from the Doom of the Welfare Society, a manuscript sequel to the same author’s The Doom of the Welfare Society, 98pp, 24x, in PP 30.

HARDY, Shirley-Anne, The Land Question, 2nd. ed., 1981, 40pp, 36x, in PP 654

HARE, R.M., What Is Wrong with Slavery? PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 8, Winter 78, 103-121, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p686, headed: Liberty, Slavery, and Utilitarianism.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L. & Co., A Free Market Business Trust, General Conditions of Business and Current Gold Account Agreement, 4pp, 29x, in PP 738.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L.& McLAUGHLIN, Jane D., Current Gold Accounts, 1981, 15pp, 29x, in PP 738.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., A Measure of Gold, 28pp, n.d., 29x, in PP 738.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., Capital Preservation with Gold Accounting, 1975, 86pp, in PP 1,106.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., I Am the Food of Government… The Evolution of “Taxation with Representation”, 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., Individual Secession – New Countries here, now and with profit, 7pp, in PP 984. Settlement in North America was not always profitable to many of the founders and their sponsors – but to many of their successors. – Financial profit should be aimed at – but it should not be the only incentive. J.Z.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., Letters to VILE CREATURES. Some correspondence between the IRS and A. L. Hargis, 1975-78, 20p, in PP 1214.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., The Economy of Psychosis, 7pp, in PP 1,014.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., The Free Market Defence League, n.d., 1980 or later, Costa Mesa, CA, on free jury trials: “as a free market business trust”, in PP 1,020.

HARGIS, ANTHONY L., The Patrons of Savagery, 1983, 14pp, in PP 1,014.

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

HARLEE, JOHN T., Libertarian activist, publisher and book mailer: Some letters, leaflets, booklists, of S.C.L.P., Quality Education, Inc., Harleian Miscellany Club, 26pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. See also his Southern Libertarian MESSENGER.

HARLEE, JOHN T., Numbers and Statistics: The Educationist Bureaucrat, 2pp, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1831.

HARLEE, JOHN, T., note on F. Tupper Saussy: The Miracle on Main Street, in SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER, July 1981, in PP 787.

HARLEIAN MISCELLANY CLUB, 1989 summer book list, in PP 916, Fall 89 & School Daze 89, Book club listing, 4pp, in PP 923, book club notice, libertarian interest books, Spring 89, 4pp, in PP 918. Further Booklists in: 64/5, 725, 739, 845, 849, 859, 918, 923, 1052-61 (26pp), Fall 88, 4pp book list, in PP 849, Dec. 88, 4pp from its frequent 2nd. hand libertarian book list, in PP 845, 16pp of one of its relatively recent but undated booklists, in PP 859, book-list order form, 1p, 29x, in PP 725, booklist, early fall, 1986, 5pp, 48x, in PP 739, 2pp leaflet, 1979, 24x, in PP 64-65. I wish I would get around to list all the interesting titles mentioned there in my bibliography compilation, perhaps including some of John’s witty comments. – J.Z.

HARLEY, J.H., M.A., Syndicalism, indexed, n.d., 94pp, in PP 839.

HARM OR HURT NO ONE? PP 914. Wrong no one! – J.Z.

HARM, On the Need to Allow People to Harm each other, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 57).

HARMAN, MOSES, Autonomy or Self-Law, A Brief Exposition of the Basic Principles of Individualism in its Relation to Society and Government, ca. 1887, 29pp, in PP 961.

HARMAN, MOSES, see WEST, WILLIAM LENMORE, The Moses Harman Story, Kansas Historical Quarterly, vo. 37, 25pp, in PP 988.



HARMS, TRACY B., Plight of the Farmers, 2pp: 32, in PP 1505.

HARMS, TRACY, Mental Illness Is Psychiatric Business, A critical review of the NAMI leaflet, “Mental Illness Is Everybody’s Business”, an A.P.E. Publication, 4pp, October 1985, in PP 1,010.

HARMS, TRACY, No Proxy, an APE “radical individualist proclamation”, July 1982, in PP 1,039.

HARPER, F.A. & ZUBE, JOHN, Letter exchange, 1967/68, 3pp, mainly dealing with his “Jobs for All”, in PP 1,034.

HARPER, F.A., Agriculture’s Sacred Seventh, FEE, N.Y., 1953, 18pp, in PP 1,046.

HARPER, F.A., An Introduction to Value Theory, 1974, 16pp, ed. & publ. by I.H.S., in PP 1417: 7.

HARPER, F.A., An Introduction to Value Theory, 1974, adapted from his earlier monograph: Austrian School Economics: A Resume, IHS, 16pp, in PP 1115.

HARPER, F.A., Austrian School Economics, A Resume, 1966, 12pp, Institute for Humane Studies, in PP 1417: 1.

HARPER, F.A., Blessings of Discrimination, FEE, In Brief, 7/1, 1951, 15pp, in PP 999.

HARPER, F.A., Defending Private Property, You and Devaluation, 1968, IHS, in PP 1114.

HARPER, F.A., Defending Private Property: Devaluation and Inflation, 1975, an abridged and edited version of two 1968 essays (Defending Private Property, You and Devaluation & Inflation and Price Control. Defending Private Property), 23pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

HARPER, F.A., Discrimination, 3pp, in PP 499.

HARPER, F.A., Dr., Annual Freedom Day, Pine Tree Features, GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, Colorado Springs, May 8, 1968, 1p, in PP 1417: 60. – All the explicit pro freedom articles, especially the editorials, of the FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS ought to be extracted and published together, at least on microfiche. Otherwise they are swamped by mere general news and advertisements and would cost much, even if reproduced only on microfilm, with the whole papers. – Is no one prepared to so rescue them from their slumbers in newspaper archives? – J.Z., 3.10.97.

HARPER, F.A., Eating the Seed Corn, FEE, 1950, 4pp, in PP 962.

HARPER, F.A., In Search of Peace, 42pp, 24x, in PP 207.

HARPER, F.A., Inflation and Price Control. Defending Private Property, 1968, 15pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

HARPER, F.A., Jobs for All, Pine Tree Press, Larkspur, Colorado, 1958, 30pp, in PP 1,038.

HARPER, F.A., Liberty and Opportunity, 1970, 5pp, in PP 959.

HARPER, F.A., Liberty Defined, Pine Tree Press, Larkspur, Colorado, 1958, 26pp, in PP 1,038.

HARPER, F.A., Liberty, a Path to its Recovery, FEE, 1949, 159pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 206.

HARPER, F.A., Morals and Liberty, 1951, 1971, 18pp, in PP 959.

HARPER, F.A., Roots of Economic Understanding, 9p, in PP 1418: 32.

HARPER, F.A., Stand-By Controls, 1953, 23pp, “In Brief” series of FEE, in PP 1,046.

HARPER, F.A., The Confusion of Competing Moneys, 2pp, in WRITINGS OF F.A. HARPER, Vol. 1, 1978, which rather show HIS confusion on competing moneys, with some annotations by John Zube, 1989, 29x, in PP 905.

HARPER, F.A., The Open Society, 1p, from a 1963 lecture series: The Fruits of Freedom and The Thorns of Slavery, published by HIS in 1985, with this excerpt on pp 72-74 and subtitled, in the original: A World Open Society, in PP 1150. (Here he came close to panarchism. Did he do so anywhere else? J.Z.)

HARPER, F.A., Unemployment is Avoidable, 1958, 16pp, with some notes by John Zube, in PP 1102.

HARPER, F.A., Why Wages Rise, FEE, 1957, indexed, 124pp, 24x, in PP 207. – I would gladly film his collected writings, if I could get them and permission for this. – J.Z.

HARPER, IAN R., The Political Economy of Deregulation, 16pp, CIS, 1986, 29x, in PP 733.

HARPER’S MAGAZINE, Republican Virtues at odds with the cult of the nation, July 79, 15pp: 209, in PP 1506/07.

HARRIES, OWEN, A Primer for Polemicists, 1984, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 10, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HARRIGAN, ANTHONY, 10 USIC pamphlets: What Is Free Enterprise? Fighting for Free Enterprise. Who Is a Capitalist? Land Use Controls. America Cannot, Should not Try to Feed the World. Inflation and Unemployment. Excessive Union Power, Unions are Obsolete. Divestiture Disaster: Breaking Up the Oil Industry. The Absurdity of OSHA, 30pp, 29x, in PP 490, 2 USIC pamphlets: Divestiture Disaster & Land Use Controls, are also, 48x, in PP 601.

HARRIS, C. LOWELL, Henry George, his Contribution to Progress, 6pp, in PP 1216.

HARRIS, DAVID, On the Necessity of Revolution, 5pp, in PP 1165.

HARRIS, J., Seat Belts & Shop Hours, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 86.

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

HARRIS, JIM, Personal Freedom in a Statist Society, 1985, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 74.

HARRIS, JIMMY, FDR: the True Legacy, 4pp, in PP 1312/1314: 274.

HARRIS, LORD OF HIGH CROSS, Political Voting vs. Voting in the Market, 1992, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 72, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HARRIS, MAX, Laying bets in the cannabis stakes, 1972, 1p, in PP 1362/63: 207.

HARRIS, MORGAN, Who Wants Another Tax? 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Georgist)

HARRIS, NATALIE, Aesthetics and/or Politics: Ezra Pound’s Late Critical Prose, CENTENNIAL REVIEW 23, Winter 79, 1-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p820, headed: Pound and Politics. (Ezra Pound)

HARRIS, RALPH, A Gift Horse…, 10pp, 78, in PP 1450.

HARRIS, RALPH, The Enemies of Progress, CIS, 1986, 13pp, 29x, in PP 733.

HARRIS, RALPH, The Morality of Capitalism, 13pp, 38, in PP 1450.


HARRISON, FRED, Fiscal Policy and the Economic Development of Belize with special Reference to the Tax on Land Values, 1982, 24pp, 48x, in PP 626.

HARRISON, FRED, Oil and the Petty Effect, 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381.

HARRISON, FRED, The Power in the Land, review by LANSING POLLOCK, 2pp: 33, in PP 1505.

HARRISON, JOHN, A Corporate Culture of Freedom: Central Planning Doesn’t Work in Business either, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

HARRISON, JOHN, The Liberation of Telecommunications, A British Success Story, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

HARRISON, ROBIN, Cannabis Laws – Who Wins? 1p, in PP 471/472p318. See: Drugs.

HARRISON, T., & WOLLSTEIN, J.B., A Right to Medical Care? SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

HARRY BROWNE’S SPECIAL REPORTS, samples 6/7-10, 70/1-34, 1p circular, n.d., 38pp, 29x, in PP 867.

HARRY SCHULTZ LETTER, Idle-Ized – A Plan of Action for the 1980’s, 2pp, edited by ACFR: 136, in PP 1505.

HARRY, M., Interview by Loompanics, 1980, on Investigative Reporting, 2pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.

HARSANYI, JOHN C., Rule utilitarianism, Rights, Obligations, and the Theory of Rational Behavior, THEORY AND DECISION 12, June 80, 115-133, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1085, headed: Rule Utilitarianism.

HART, DAVID M., Gustave de Molinari and the Anti-Etatiste Liberal Tradition, 1979, 164pp, with bibliography, 24x, PP 135-136.

HART, DAVID M., Introduction, 2pp, n.d., to THE HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, I/1: 1, in PP 1463/64.

HART, DAVID M., Law, Liberty and Property, reviewing: Social Justice, Socialism and Democracy, Three Australian Lectures by F.A. Hayek, 3pp in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p143.

HART, DAVID M., Part I: An Outline of the History of Libertarian Thought, 2pp: 2. Part II: From the Radical Whigs to the German Enlightenment, 6pp: 9, in PP 1463/64.

HART, DAVID, Reading Guide: Liberal Europe and Social Change, 1815-1915, 1989, 94pp, in PP 930.

HART, DAVID, Responses to War: Machiavelli to M.A.D., a reading guide, 2nd. semester 1989, 62pp, in PP 931.

HART, DAVID, Who’s Afraid of Laissez-Faire? 1980/86, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HART, GRAHAM, Distribution of Wealth in a Georgist Economy, 1979, 2pp, 36x, in PP 381.

HART, GRAHAM, Land Rent Revenue in lieu of taxes. An Exposure of the Ever-Increasing Burden of TAXATION – THE POWER TO DESTROY. Published by the Henry George League of Western Australia, 1971, 1st. ed., 44pp, in PP 1205.

HART, GRAHAM, Sanity and Common Sense, restored to the political system. An Exposure of the Failure of Socialism and Proposals for a Truly Free Economy. Georgist, 1st. ed., 1985, 27pp, in PP 1205.

HART, GRAHAM, The Choice, Georgist Progress or Socialist Poverty, The Socialist Failure, an exposure of policies of CRIPPLING TAXATION, PLANNED INFLATION, PROFLIGATE SPENDING, DESTRUCTION OF INCENTIVE, INDUSTRIAL ANARCHY. Georgist, 1st. ed., 74, 48pp, in PP 1205.

HART, GRAHAM, The Urban Sprawl, 4 Jan. 94, 3pp, Georgist Education Assn., in PP 1323: 90.

HART, GRAHAM, United Movement, A, Georgist paper, 1982, 35pp, 48x, in PP 626.

HART, LESLIE A., The New ‘Brain’ Concept of Learning, PHI DELTA KAPPAN 59, Feb. 78, 393-396, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p182. Headed: Freedom and Learning.

HARTCHER, PETER, Why they Spared Hirohito, SMH, 15 Oct. 88 clipping with note by J.Z., 3pp, in PP 816.

HARTER, MICHAEL D., Free Coinage, the Blight of our Commerce, 1892, 4pp, in PP 1111.

HARTMANN, GEORGE W., A Plea for an Immediate Peace by Negotiation, August 42, 16pp, in PP 1250.

HARTMANN, GEORGE W., Pacifism and its Opponents in the Light of Value Theory, 1941, 25pp, special edition by War Resisters League, in PP 1250.

HARTSHORNE, THOMAS L., From Catch-22 to Slaughterhouse V: The Decline of the Political Mode, THE SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY 78, Winter 79, 17-33, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1079, headed: Novels and the Politics of the ’60s.

HARTWELL, R.M., History and Ideology, 1972, 1974, 16pp, IHS, in PP 1115.

HARTWELL, R.M., The Anti-Capitalist Mentality: Post-Mortem for an Ideology, CIS, 1985, 20pp, 36x, in PP 720.

HARTWELL, R.M., The Long Debate on Poverty, CIS Occasional Papers 21, 1988, 24pp, in PP 1146.

HARTZOG, ALANNA, Who Should Own this Earth, 2pp: 77, in PP 1470. – Georgist.

HARVESTER PRESS MICROFORMS, A 17 pp introduction, 24x, in PP 50-54, some leaflets, 5pp, 24x, in PP 29.

HARVEY, ARTHUR, Comment on Previous Article (Hahn on Orwell), 1p, in PP 1315.

HARVEY, ARTHUR, Comments on Labadie, Fisher and Hansch, 2pp, in PP 1315.

HARVEY, ARTHUR, Reply to Laurance Labadie, 2pp, in PP 1315.

HARVEY, EDWARD, A Short History of Anarchism, 1974, 16pp, in PP 1129.

HARVEY, JAMES, Paper Money, the Money of Civilization. An issue by the State, and a legal tender in payment, 1877, 247pp. Here only reviewed, in 6pp, by J.F., in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, November 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375. (The reviewer, J.F., distinguishes various types of paper money, discusses tax foundation & holds the monetization of EVERYTHING valuable to be correct, following the error of Proudhon, Spooner & others on the last point. Harvey’s book appears to be valueless. Not an asset that could be readily monetized – except among people who are similarly prejudiced. – J.Z.)

HARWOOD, ALAN, Staying in the Black, 3pp on the budget, in PP 1336 – 39: 96.

HARWOOD, E.C., The Lost Art of Commercial Banking, 1974, 6pp, in PP 906. A better copy has been filmed in PP 996.

HASCHAK, GENE, Time to End RTA’S FIEFDOM, 1985, 4pp, on Chicago’s Regional Transportation Authority – unauthorized by individual passengers. J.Z., Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

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

HASEK, JAROSLAV: CANTZEN, ROLF, Das Bier, die Liebe und die Anarchie. Episoden aus dem Leben Jaroslav Haseks – Autor des “Braven Soldaten Schwejk”, 92, 11pp, in PP 1408: 70.

HASKELL, THOMAS L., The Basis for an Alliance between Social and Intellectual History, lecture, revised version in a forthcoming book ed. by John Higham and Paul Conklin, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p272, headed: Paradigms and Determinism.

HASLINGER, HERBERT, Vom Selbstschutz des Ideentraegers zum Ideenschutzgesetz, aus einem Manuskript, 2. S., Ideenschutz, Wesen der Idee: 36, 2 S., Verwirklichung der Idee, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 59.

HASSELMANN, ERWIN, Dr., Am Anfang war die Idee. Robert Owen. Sturm und Drang des sozialen Gewissens in der Fruehzeit des Kapitalismus, 1958, 55 S., in PP 1123.

HASSLER, R. ALFRED, editor, Conscripts of Conscience, The Story of 16 Objectors to Conscription, The Fellowship of Reconciliation, N.Y., 1942, 73pp, in PP 1097.

HASSLER, R. ALFRED, Patterns for Peacemakers, Fellowship Publications, N.Y., 1943, 43pp, in PP 1239. – While peace lovers have nothing better to offer as a peace program than this kind, war will go on and on. Check out for yourself where they went wrong. – J.Z.

HASTAD, DISA, The Soviets Unhappy Workers, 5pp: 175, in PP 1506/07. – In one respect they are even more unhappy now, since often they are not paid for months. Alas, from the West there comes almost no advice on ending monetary despotism there and on how to provide sound alternative means to pay wages and salaries with, while at the same time assuring the sale of their products and services. See the monetary freedom series of LMP, largely ignored in the West and still more so in the “liberated” countries. – J.Z., 5/98.

HATTEM, Margaret van, Headmaster happy with the way 13-year-olds run his school, 1p, 1972, 36x, in PP 714.

HAUG, WOLFGANG, in SCHWARZER FADEN, A collectivist “anarchist” attack on Free World Chronicle, No. 5, in German, 4pp, hardly worth translating. J.Z., in PP 861.

HAUGH, SEAN, On Panarchy, initial doubts & questions, 1 par., in PP 1440/42: 94.

HAULK, R.S., Defending Property and Free Market, 3pp, in PP 1238.

HAULK, R.S., review of Tom Greco: Money and Debt, in THE ACTION LINKAGE NETWORK, April 89, 1/2p, with a summary by Tom Greco & letter to Tom Greco from Mark Kinney, total 1p, in PP 906.

HAVEL, HIPPOLYTE, Bibliographical Sketch of Emma Goldman, 38pp, 36x, in PP 621.

HAVEL, HIPPOLYTE, Impressions from Paris, 4pp, in PP 1359.

HAVEL, HIPPOLYTE, Introduction to Voltairine de CLEYRE, 1914, 10pp, 29x, in PP 231.

HAVEL, HIPPOLYTE, The State and Anarchism, in PP 988. – More writings by H.H. are wanted by LMP.

HAWKEN, CHRISTOPHER & SCOTT KJAR, A Rite of Passage, 6pp in COGNITIVE DISSIDENTS, II/1, 1988, in PP 980.

HAWKES, JACQUETTA, Moral Revulsion, 3pp, 24x in PP 5.

HAWKES, JACQUETTA, Women of the World Unite! 2pp, 24x in PP 5.

HAWKINS, ROBERT, M.D., letter of 25 June 84, in reply to Peace Questionaire, on panarchism, 1p, with 2pp reply by J. Zube, 4 July 84, 29x, in PP 869.

HAY, CARLA H., The Making of a Radical: The Case of James Burgh, JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 18, Spring 79, 90-117, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p891, headed: Burgh: the Ambivalent Lockean Radical.

HAY, DOUGLAS, Property, Authority and the Criminal Law, in DOUGLAS HAY et al, Albion’s Fatal Tree, N.Y., Random House, Pantheon Books, 1975, 17-63, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p64. Headed: Power and Ideology.

HAY, GEORGE, Some Reflections on Neuro-Linguistic Programming, 1989, 4pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HAYEK, F. A., Economic Freedom, 1991, 415pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

HAYEK, F. A., Economic Myths of Early Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1132.

HAYEK, F. A., The Fatal Conceit, A Special Symposium, various statements in HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW VI/2, Winter 1988-89, edited by Tom G. Palmer, 21pp: 221, in PP 1463/64.

HAYEK, F.A. See: MOUNT PELERIN SOCIETY, THE, Tribute to Mises, 1974, 27pp, with contributions by F.A. Hayek, Yujiro Iwai, Fritz Machlup, Gustavo Velasco, Murray Rothbard, George Roche III, Margit von Mises, in PP 1251.

HAYEK, F.A. von, Law, Legislation & Liberty, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 22, in PP 1468.

HAYEK, F.A. VON, U.S. Policy Guarantees Inflation, cassette, 1p review by EDWIN J. FUELNER, jr., in PP 1367/68: 119.

HAYEK, F.A., 1980’s Unemployment and the Unions, reviewed by DAVID RAMSAY STEELE in 9pp, in PP 925.

HAYEK, F.A., A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation, reviewed by WALTER GRINDER, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 18.

HAYEK, F.A., Can Democracy Still Be Saved? 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p42.

HAYEK, F.A., Competition as a Discovery Process, in: New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas, University of Chicago Press, 78, 179-190, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p424, headed: Competition and Individual Knowledge.

HAYEK, F.A., Der Sozialismus ist nicht halb richtig, sondern ganz falsch, 3pp, 29x, in PP 425.

HAYEK, F.A., Die Ungerechtigkeit der Steuerprogression, 1952, 10pp, 29x, in PP 490.

HAYEK, F.A., Essays on Hayek, edited by Fritz Machlup, Foreword by Milton Friedman, flyer only, 1p, in PP 1347: 125. – Instead of trying to advertise each individual freedom book, all freedom books in print should be listed together – and all freedom books out of print as well, to stimulate their reproduction on microfiche, floppy disks, text-only CD-ROMs, on-line, on audio-tape or whatever other media are or become available and affordable. – Collaborative use of PCs could greatly help in this direction. Start with listing the rare titles in your private library. By all means add your comments to your favourites – and then agree to send your disks, in ASCII, to one centre. – For the time being, I would gladly receive them and add them to my bibliography compilation and so would, probably, Chris Tame and, may be, the New Zealand compilers associated with THE FREE RADICAL. – So many potentially very fruitful pro-freedom actions are still quite legal! – J.Z.

HAYEK, F.A., Evolution and Spontane Ordnung, Vortrag, 5.7.83 in Zuerich, 19 S., mit Einleitung von Kurt R. Leube: Friedrich August von Hayek – ein Portrait, 13 S. und kurzer Bibliography, 3 S., in PP 1127/1128.

HAYEK, F.A., Hayek und die Naechste Generation, Anzeige der Bank Hofmann, Zuerich, 1983, 1 S., 29x, in PP 725.

HAYEK, F.A., Kinds of Order in Society, 1964, 1975, 19pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

HAYEK, F.A., Liberalism, in New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas, Univ. of Chicago Press, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p313, headed: The History of Liberalism.

HAYEK, F.A., Market Standards for Money, in ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, April-May 1986, 3pp, in PP 1,042.

HAYEK, F.A., PP 418/19p143, 426, 570, 806, 1052-61 (LA Religious Notes 5 & paper by B Micklethwait), 1127/28. On Unemployment, reviewed: PP 925.

HAYEK, F.A., Recession as Inflation’s Only Cure, interview, in Business Week, Dec. 15, 1980, 2pp, with comment by J.Z., in PP 1,027. See also PP 19C: The Soft Option by John Zube.

HAYEK, F.A., See: SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Prof., Hayek: Teacher for our Times, 5pp: 227, in PP 1506/07.

HAYEK, F.A., Social Justice, Socialism and Democracy, 1979, 62pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397, in 3pp review, by David Hart, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p143.


HAYEK, F.A., The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek, vol. 3, here only in 3pp review, vol. 4, here only in 3pp review, both by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

HAYEK, F.A., The Intellectuals and Socialism, 1971, 1990, 26pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

HAYEK, F.A., The Keynes Centenary, The Austrian critique, 1983, 3p, 29x, in PP 725.

HAYEK, F.A., The Miscarriage of the Democratic Ideal, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p46.

HAYEK, F.A., The Moral Element in Free Enterprise, 1961, 8pp, in PP 1,015.

HAYEK, F.A., The Rule of Law, 1960, 1975, 56pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

HAYEK, F.A., The Three Sources of Human Values: A Postscript to Law, Legislation, and Liberty, The Hobhouse Lecture, given at the London School of Economics, May 17, 1978, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p603, headed: Cultural Evolution as Spontaneous Order.

HAYEK, F.A., The Use of Knowledge in Society, 1945, 1977, 17pp, IHS, in PP 1115. (I wish he had extended the essay to include the use of micrographics for all kinds of knowledge. Then libertarians would no longer be so micrographically illiterate. J.Z.)

HAYEK, F.A., Toward a Free Market Monetary System, 1977, JLS, 1979, vol. 3, No. 1, 8pp, in PP 814.

HAYEK, F.A., Toward Free Market Money, TWSJ, 19 Aug., 1977, 1p, in PP 1240.

HAYEK’S “SERFDOM” REVISITED, Essays by economists, philosophers and political scientists on “The Road to Serfdom” after 40 years. By Norman Barry, John Burton, Hannes H. Gissurarson, John Gray, Jeremy Shearmur, Karen I. Vaughn, IEA 1984, CIS 1985, 105 pp, 36x, in PP 719. A 4pp leaflet to advertise the book, 36x, in PP 709.

HAYES, JOHN L., The Farmers’ Question, 13 pp, 29x, in PP 602.

HAYFLICK LIMIT BROKEN, Clipping of 15.1.98: 828, in PP 1457/62: – Life Extention & Cell Reproduction Limit. – And some people still believe that there are never any good news! – J.Z.

HAYLOKL, MARILEE, What Is Libertarianism? 1977, 2pp, in PP 1535: 75.

HAYMARKET, 610, 1033, 1109, 1129, 1155, 1165.

HAYMES, MICHAEL & GREEN, LOGAN, Motivational Maturity and Helping Behavior, JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE, 6, 1977, 375-395, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p177. Headed: Self-Esteem and Helpfulness.

HAYNES, E.S.P., LYCURGUS or The Future of Law, n.d., early twenties, 104pp, in PP 838.

HAYNES, E.S.P., The Case for Liberty, 1919, 128pp, indexed, in PP 838.

HAYNES, E.S.P., The Decline of Liberty in England, 1916, indexed, 238pp, in PP 839.

HAYNES, E.S.P., The Enemies of Liberty, 1923, indexed, 137pp, in PP 839.

HAYNES, JOHN to ZUBE, JOHN, July 10, 95, 1/2p on his periodical YOUR FREEDOM, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, A Non-Doper’s Plea: Legalize Hemp! 2pp, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, A Victory for Freedom Lovers, 1p, on the defeat of a helmet law bill, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Asset Forfeiture = Government Theft, 2pp, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Freedom in Your Work, part 1, 1p, sheet 40, part 2, self unemployment, 1p, sheet 50, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Helmet Law Blues, 1p, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Information Dissemination: Good & BAd News, 2pp, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Knowledge : The New Contraband? 1p, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Phoenix Systems: Source of Neat Stuff, 1p, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Report from the Hemp Rally, 1p, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Social Security Should Be Optional, 1p, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Tales of the Clipper Chip, 1p, on untappable communications, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, The True Insanity of Laws against Consensual Fun, 5pp, in PP 1269.

HAYNES, JOHN, Think about YOUR Freedom, 2pp questionaire, in PP 1269.

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

HAZLETT, JOSEPH M., The Libertarian Party and other minor political parties, 1p review only, by RYAN, EDMUND J., in PP 1318/1319: 109.

HAZLETT, THOMAS W., Apathy! Ain’t that just minding your own business? 1976, 2pp, 29x, in PP 243. (Fall 77 issue)

HAZLETT, THOMAS WINSLOW, Big Business Comes Out of Its Corner… Fighting? 3pp, 1977, 29x, in PP 928.

HAZLITT, HENRY & MORLEY F. & ROTHBARD N. & CHODOROV, F., Voluntary Taxation? 4pp, 24x, in PP 336.

HAZLITT, HENRY, An American Admirer Remembers (Mises), 2pp, in PP 1268.

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

HAZLITT, HENRY, Bibliography of his Books, annotated, 1130.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Can We Keep Free Enterprise? 16pp, 29x, in PP 366, & in PP 524.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Economics in One Lesson, 1p leaflet, advertising the 1979 revised issue, 24x, in PP 301, 29x, in PP 724.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Economics in One Lesson, review by DAVID M. BROWN, 1p: 16, in PP 1491.


HAZLITT, HENRY, Free Choice of Currency, THE FREEMAN, Aug. 77, reviewing Hayek, 9pp, in PP 815.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Future of the Dollar, The, THE FREEMAN, Jan. 74, 12pp, in PP 804.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Government Planning – Economic Growth, n.d., INFRA, Zuerich, 15pp, in PP 1127/1128.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Henry Hazlitt Celebrates 80th Birthday, HUMAN EVENTS, Nov. 20, 74, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 134.

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

HAZLITT, HENRY, Inflation in One Page, 1978, 1 1/2 printed pages, in PP 1130.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Inflation: A Tiger by the Tail, 1970, 2pp, in PP 276. – From THE FREEMAN, 2/70, 2pp, in PP 276: 104.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Instead of What? Government can’t give us anything without depriving us of something else. 15pp, FEE, 24x, in PP 347-348.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Literature and the Class War, 1989, 4pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Marxism or Tolstoyism? 1989, 2pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 18, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Planning vs. the Free Market, from THE FREEMAN, Dec. 62, 4pp, in PP 23 & 24.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Private Ownership ….. A Must! 1967, 3pp, 24x, in PP 301.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Reflections at 70, 10pp, 1964, in PP 1130.

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

HAZLITT, HENRY, Review of: SCHMIDT, EMERSON P., Union Power and the Public Interest, 1p: 44, in PP 1468.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Review of: Understanding the Dollar Crisis by Percy L. Greaves, THE FREEMAN, Jan. 74, pp, in PP 804.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Search for an Ideal Money, The, THE FREEMAN, Nov. 75, 13pp, in PP 806.

HAZLITT, HENRY, see Henry Hazlitt: An Appreciation, by The Foundation For Economic Education, 1989, 31pp, in PP 1130.

HAZLITT, HENRY, see SHELLY, THOMAS J., Study Guide to Henry Hazlitt’s Economics In One Lesson, FEE, 1953, 47pp, in PP 1129. I browsed through Hazlitt’s library at FEE, in 1990, and was surprised at how many important books that I happened to know of, where still missing in the library of such an important student and scholar of liberty. I considered this as evidence for the need of much more LMP. It contained many relatively modern and well known titles but NONE of the older ones that I was looking for for filming. – J.Z.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The ABC of a Market Economy, 1985, 7pp, in PP 1130. FEE, 1985, 11pp, in PP 1239.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The ABC of Inflation, 1960, 1964, Politics Minibooks 30pp, in PP 1,016.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The Case for a 100 % Gold Dollar, 2pp, in PP 1367/68: 39, a review of MURRAY N. ROTHBARD’s book, same title.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The Ethics of Capitalism, 1972, 5pp, in PP 935.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The Failure of the New Economics, review by ROTHBARD, 1/2 p.: 33, in PP 1468.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The FDA Blacklist: A Dangerous Precedent, FEE, 1971, 2pp, in PP 998.

HAZLITT, HENRY, The Seen and the Unseen, 1p, from “Economics in One Lesson”, in PP 1418: 39.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Understanding “Austrian” Economics, 12pp reprint from THE FREEMAN, Feb. 81, in PP 24.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Understanding “Austrian” Economics, 12pp, from a special reprint from THE FREEMAN, Feb. 1981, in PP 23 & 24. – THE FREEMAN is one of the few libertarian journals which has arranged for the microfilming of its back issues (through University Microfilms), but it does not push this option, does not use it for the reproduction of its o.o.p. books, pamphlets and newsletters or to expand the range of its literature list. Until at least 1990 it did not even have a microfiche reading machine in its large library, which embodies the collection of Henry Hazlitt. It was one of the first libertarian think tanks. Will it be one of the last to adopt its micrographic options? I hope not. All its output is in beautiful print and would thus be easy to film. Moreover, if it succeeded in inducing even a small fraction of its supporters to become micrographically active as well, following its example,, then soon all freedom writings could become cheaply and permanently accessible in this format. – Why do so many people, who are otherwise radicals for liberty, stick, exclusively, with one of the worst kinds of traditions, here the expensive and risky addiction to print on paper, which restricts freedom of expression and information opportunities, and why do they hold back from starting a new tradition – by using new and very affordable freedom opportunities? Micrographics is an educational and scholarly medium and is thus eminently suitable for an educational institution like FEE. It would also tend to reduce the financial problems any such institution tends to have – and could make it still more productive. – If it could not persuade a sufficient number of its followers to take up this option, then what chance does it have to persuade them and others to take up other freedom options??? – J.Z.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Welfare to Socialism to Communism, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 133.

HAZLITT, HENRY, When Water Is Scarce, 1p: 252, in PP 1529-33.

HAZLITT, HENRY, Where the Monetarists Go Wrong, THE FREEMAN, Aug. 76, 11pp, in PP 815.HCL, See: PATON, W.A., Controlling HCL, 7pp: 24, in PP 1529-33.

HEADEN, FREDERICK, A Novel Plan for Post-Apartheid S. Africa, a 1982 & 1987 (Detroit News, July 7) clipping on: After Apartheid: The Solution for South AFrica, by Francis Kendall & Leon Louw, 1p, in PP 1021 & 1034.

HEADRICK, DANIEL R., The Tools of Imperialism: Technology and the Expansion of European Colonial Empires in the 19th Century, JOURNAL OF HISTORY 51, June 79, 231-263, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p800, headed: Imperialism and War Technology.

HEALEY, CHADWYCK, Anarchism, Radical Pamphlets in American Collections, 4pp leaflet, in PP 1471 of this offer, on microfiche, probably the largest anarchist publishing effort ever. Alas, it was not an anarchist effort but one by a vast publishing corporation, for which it was merely a minor project that was not profitable. – J.Z.

HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Symptoms of a Sick Health Care System, 2pp: 55, in PP 1515.

HEALTH CARE, See: HOSCHEIDT, DAVID, Hillary and Me: A Confession, 1p, on health care & the Cato book Patient Power, in PP 1318/1319: 196.

HEALTH CARE, See: KELLEY, DAVID, Health Care, Human Rights and Hillary, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 134.

HEALTH CARE, See: LEFANU, JAMES, Against the Health Police, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 153.


HEALTH CARE, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Health Care Services for MPs, 1p: 35, in PP 1515. – The “rich get richer and the poor get poorer” applies mainly to politicians and bureaucrats in relation to the majority of their victims.. – J.Z., 10.11.98.

HEALTH CARE: KROEGER, JUDITH, Health Care: Part I – A Prescription, 5pp, in PP 1376: 190. – Part II — Profit or Poverty?, 6pp, in PP 1376: 202.HEALTH CARE: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, The Dangers of National Health Care, 1p, in PP 1351.HEALTH CARE: MILLER, VINCENT H. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., We CAN Have Affordable Health Care, 6pp, in PP 1445: 74.

HEALTH CARE: ROBINSON, AUBREY T, The role of the government in public health, 5pp, in PP 1377: 59.

HEALTH CARE: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Clinton Health Care Disaster. How Clinton’s Health Plan Will Devastate your Medical Care, Income, & Privacy, 6pp, in PP 1445: 72.

HEALTH INSURANCE, 11, 1104, 1147.

HEALTH INSURANCE, See: ELWELL, HUGH, Insuring for Health, 11pp, 96, in PP 1450.

HEALTH POLICY, See: HEWETSON, JOHN, Ill-Health, Poverty & the State, Freedom Press, 1946, 81pp: 60, in PP 1495. – Do most anarchists appreciate competitive health services, including insurance companies and coops? How many of the reported evils would have long continued under a true laissez faire economy, based upon full monetary and financial freedom? The author seems to think that MORE WELFARISM is required or that his anarchist utopia would be a panacea or cure-all. But it is better to start such a discussion, even from the worst possible position, than to avoid it altogether or march or demonstrate in favour of GOVERNMENT providing more health services at the expense of taxpayers. I have still to see a march or demonstration for more self-help opportunities based upon individual rights and liberties, and, e.g., against legal tender and the central bank’s issue monopoly. The slave mentality and that of slave riots is still with us. – J.Z.

HEALTH, 290, 403, 721/2, 769, 825, 864, 890, 893, 895, 897, 903, 1014, 1052-61 (Marsland, David; Society for the Promotion of Nutritional Therapy), 1105, 1147. See: Mercury Pollution, Medicine, Chlorination of Water, Cryonics, Licensing, Vaccination.

HEALY, TIMOTHY, Voucher, Voucher, Who Gets the Voucher? 89, 2pp, on Privatization and Education Choice, by Myron Lieberman, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

HEARTLAND INSIDER, Spring 1990, 6pp, only copy on hand, in PP 1107.

HEARTLAND INSTITUTE, Executive Summary, An Entrepreneurial Approach to Science Education, 1989, 2pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HEARTLAND INSTITUTE, How to cut government spending and improve public services in Illinois, 1986. An analysis of expenditure and possible spending reductions, commissioned by the Heartland Institute. A group effort led by Teresa Carr King, 92pp, in PP 1105.

HEARTLAND INSTITUTE, The Imperative of Tax Reform. A Report on Taxes and Economic Development in the Midwest, by Joseph L. Bast, John Beck, Charles Breeden, Robert J. Genetski, William J. Hunter, George P. Lephardt, John We. Skorburg, prepared by the Heartland Institute, March 87, 45pp, in PP 1105.

HEARTLANDER, THE, Winter 1991, 12pp, only issue on hand, in PP 1107.

HEASMAN, D.J., Sexuality and Civil Liberties, POLITICAL QUARTERLY, UK, 48, 1977, 313-327, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p108. Headed: Sexual Equality.

HEATH, SPENCER, CITADEL, MARKET AND ALTAR, Emerging Society, Outline of Socionomy, The New Natural Science of Society, The Science of Society Foundation, Elkridge, Maryland, 1957, 283pp, indexed, with list of terms and illustrations and some supplementary material, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, Heath’s Parliamentary Table, on the validity and treatment of motions, 1p, 1906, in PP 1,003 & 1123.

HEATH, SPENCER, Notes on the Organization of Real Estate, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, Politics versus Proprietorship. A fragmentary study of social and economic phenomena with particular reference to the public administrative functions belonging to proprietorship in land – – proprietorship as a creative social agency. 1936, 71pp, in PP 1214. – First appearance of the concept of the “proprietary community”.

HEATH, SPENCER, Private Property in Land Explained, Some New Light on the Social Order and its Mode of Operation, 1939, by Spencer Heath, 22pp, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, Progress & Poverty Reviewed & its Fallacies Exposed, 1952, 23pp, with supplementary material, 7pp, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, Society and Its Services, Why the Henry George Idea Does not Prevail, n.d., 10pp, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, The Inspiration of Beauty, Human Emergence into the Divine by Creative Artistry, August 1960, 16pp, with another, slightly different version of the same pamphlet undated, in 10pp, in PP 1,003.

HEATH, SPENCER, The Trojan Horse of “Land Reform”, A Critique of Land Communism or “Single Tax” as Advocated in the Doctrinal Statement Prepared by the Rev. Dr. Edward McGlynn, n.d., 13pp, with 8pp of the Doctrinal Statement & Comments, in PP 1,003.

HEATHER FOUNDATION, THE, Creative Alternatives in Social Thought, introductory letter, 2pp, 24x, in PP 79. (It offers books by Riegel, MacCallum & Heath.). Literature list, 3pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.

HEATON, J. HENNIKER, Cheap Imperial Telegraphs, 1890, 2pp, by an M.P. (And, correspondingly, a very mixed bag. J.Z.) Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

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

HECHT, Felix, Dr., Bankwesen und Bankpolitik in den sueddeutschen Staaten, 1819-1875, mit statistischen Beilagen, 1880, 185pp, 29x, in PP 715.

HEDEMANN, ED., Editor, War Resisters League Organizer’s Manual, 1981, 1986, indexed, 222pp, in PP 1193.

HEERMANN, THEO, Die Kommune, 1 S., Gedicht, 1907/8, Heiliges Russland, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.

HEGEMAN, ROXANA, Schools Blamed for Illiteracy, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1828.

HEILFRON, ED., Dr., Personal Law, 1p extract from his History of German Law, 24x, in PP 7.

HEILLEINER, G.K., The New Industrial Protectionism and the Developing Countries, ATLANTIC PAPERS 39, 1980, 7-28, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1199, headed: Protectionist Assaults on Developing Countries.

HEILPERIN, M.A., Dr., A Method of Reconstructing International Economic Relations, 11pp, 1934, 36x, in PP 769.

HEILPERIN, M.A., Dr., Ein Plan fuer die Wiederherstellung der internationalen Transaktionen, 1934, 12 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

HEIMER, RON, Comments on Marx: on History and Society, 2pp, 1973, in PP 995.

HEIMRICH, BERNHARD, Ein sozialistisches Experiment das funktioniert. Die israelischen Kibbuzim…1 S, 85, in PP 1400: 121. – Die 2. Generation wanderte meist ab, unzufrieden! – Moreover, subsidizing them in areas populated by other people and not granting these others exterritorial autonomy for their volunteer communities, does not make these closed communities, based on race and religion, very popular with outsiders. Some of the original Kibbuzum were established by anarchists. Do any of them survive to today? – J.Z.

HEINE, HEINRICH, See: ROCKER, RUDOLF, Heinrich Heine. Ein deutscher Dichter als Prophet, 1953, 19 S.: 130, in PP 1478.

HEINE, HEINRICH, The Liberation, 9pp, 24x, in PP 203.

HEINE, Th.Th., Wir waehlen die Meteorpartei. Macht Deutschland zur Aktiengesellschaft, ein Aufruf, 1 S., 29x, in PP 667.

HEINER, RON, 2pp review of LEIJONHUFVUD, On Keynesian Economics, in PP 995.


HEINLEIN, ROBERT, Grumbles from the Grave, 1p review by Barry Gehm in PP 1151.

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

HEIPLE, RAE C., How Safe Is Your Money? The case against FDIC, 1p, in PP 278.

HEKMAN, SUSAN, Phenomenology, Ordinary Language, and the Methodology of the Social Sciences, THE WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 33, Sep. 80, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1266 & 1203p1267, headed: Alfred Schutz and Phenomenology.

HELANDER, Sven, Dr., Theorie und Politik der Zentralnotenbanken in ihrer Entwicklung, 1916, 148 S., 29x, in PP 730.

HELFAND, BARRY F., Labor and the Courts: The Common-Law Doctrine of Criminal Conspiracy and its Application in the Buck’s Stove Case, LABOR HISTORY 18, Winter 77, 91-114, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p309, headed: The Courts and Social Control.

HELFFERICH, KARL, Der Weltkrieg, extract, pages 529-558: Der Ost-Friede, on the one-sided peace declaration by the Soviet delegate and its effects, 30pp, 29x, in PP 878.

HELLEINER, G.K., Transnational Enterprises and the New Political Economy of U.S. Trade Policy, OXFORD ECONOMIC PAPERS, March 77, 102-116, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p419, headed: Government, Labor, and Multinationals.

HELLER, MORDECAI T., HALDEMAN – JULIUS, E. & JOHN D. MCINERNEY: The Shameful Decline of the TRUTH SEEKER, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-836, 1949, 24pp, in PP 1221. – “How a once-fine organ of freethought fell into the clutches of ignoble bigots and became a sewer for anti-semitism.”

HELLER, SAUL, On Sadism, in PP 1279.

HELLMAN, HENRY, Liberation or Extermination? 1957, 12 lines, 24x, in PP 1&2. (One sentence or a paragraph, sometimes, can teach more than a whole book. That is why I am so interested in my SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY collection and upcoming encyclopaedia. Well, proverbs, definitions and aphorisms are included, too. J.Z.)

HELM, CHARLES & MORELLI, MARIO, Stanley Milgram and the Obedience Experiment, Authority, Legitimacy, and Human Action, POLITICAL THEORY 7, Aug. 79, 321-345, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1183, headed: Milgram: Obedience, Authroity, & Legitimacy.

HELM, PAUL, Locke’s Theory of Personal Identity, PHILOSOPHY 54, April 79, 173-185, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1076, headed: Locke on Personal Identity.

HELMS, ANDREA R.C. & MCBEATH, GERALD A., A Cross-National Study of Statehood in Federal Systems, Executive Summary of a Report to the Alaska Statehood Commission, June 1981, 10pp, in PP 1310: 117-125. Sent to me by Tom Owens. Reproduced because it discusses at least geographical secession. If it had discussed voluntaristic and exterritorial autonomy then I would, probably, have filmed it long ago.

HELMS, HANS G., Die Ideologie der anonymen Gesellschaft, review by K.Z. in PP 300.

HELMS, HANS G., The Ideology of the Anonymous Society, 4pp review, by KURT ZUBE, in PP 1420/1422.

HELTON, GEORGE B. & OAKLAND, THOMAS D., Teachers’ Attitudinal Responses to Differing Characteristics of Elementary School Students, JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 69, 1977, 261-265, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p389, headed: Schooling for Conformity.

HELWEG-LARSEN, ROBIN, Thoughts on the Prospect of Immortality, 2pp:461, in PP 1293/95.

HEMINGWAY & the Failure of Nihilism, in PP 696.

HEMLOCK SOCIEY, The National, founded in 1980 by Derek Humphry, “supporting the option of Active Voluntgary Euthanasia for the terminally ill.” 4pp leaflet, in PP 1142.. Do they, by now, favour a cryonics options, too? – J.Z.


HEMP, St. Lucia, II/2, “Help End Marijuana Prohibition”, 8pp, in PP 473.

HEMPHILL, J.C., Free Coinage and the Loss of Southern Statesmanship, 1892, 5pp, in PP 1111.

HENDERSON, CONWAY W., Underdevelopment and Political Rights: A Revisionist Challenge, GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION 21, Sum. 1977, 276-292, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p282, headed: Underdevelopment vs. Consensus.

HENDERSON, DAVID R., A Strategy for Libertarians, 2pp from FORTUNE, Sep. 30, 85, in PP 1273.

HENDERSON, DAVID, Scanning Scams, 1p, against the NZ ON AIR racket, taxing people whether they listen to it or not, in PP 1336 – 39: 100.

HENDERSON, DAVID, The Freedom to Fail, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 125.

HENDERSON, GERALD, The Challenge to Authority, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p178.

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

HENDERSON, GERARD, We Must Shine a Light on Suffering Romania, THE AUSTRALIAN, Oct. 31, 88. (They lit some lights themselves, since! J.Z.)

HENDERSON, HAZEL, Creating Alternative Futures, 2pp review only, by Jaques Kaswan, in PP 1386/91: 409.

HENDERSON, HAZEL, Decentralism – Where It Came From; Where It’s Going, 1978, to Mildred J. Loomis, in praise of her book of the same name, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 1000.

HENDERSON, HAZEL, Let the Real Economy Please Stand Up, 1983, 1p, ed. by Mildred Loomis, in PP 1386/91: 907. – On the underground or counter- or household economy.

HENDERSON, HAZEL, The Growing Counter Economy, 2pp, 87, in PP 1386/91: 928.

HENDERSON, IAN, We’ve golden soil and $ 95,000, clipping, 1p, in PP 25. On per-head assets in Australia. I believe truthful figures, including “public assets”, to be much higher. But do the public authorities want us to know how much they “own” and mismanage, in our name, failing to pay us any dividends and imposing tributes on us, to back their mismanagement? – Compare PP 19 C. – J.Z.

HENDERSON, LARRY, Abortion, case against, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

HENDERSON, LARRY, on Africa, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

HENDERSON, LOUIS K., The Story of the Shakers. The Facts about the Most Fantastic Church in America, 1945, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219.

HENDERSON, RICK, Credit Card Limits, 2pp, in PP 480.

HENDLEY, A. & WOLLSTEIN, J.B., The Labor Theory of Value, SIL leaflet, 29x in PP 290.

HENDRICK, PAUL J., Disconnecting Work from Wages, CHANGING WORK, Fall 1988, 3pp, in PP 1,049.

HENEGHAN, Tom, Bid to Try Khmer Rouge for Slaughter of Millions, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

HENFREY, ANTHONY, Science and the Market Place, 11pp, 16, in PP 1450.

HENK, EMIL, 4 S. aus dem Erinnerungsbericht des Sozialdemokraten Emil Henk and die Verschwoerung des 20. Juli 1944 gegen Hitler, herausgegeben vom Informationszentrum Berlin, 36x, in PP 774.

HENLEY, KENNETH, Children and the Individualism of Mill and Nozick, THE PERSONALIST 59, Oct. 78, 415-419, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p692, headed: Children, Freedom, and Individualism. – Compare the drafts of Children’s Rights in PP 589/590 – and provide a better one! The best would probably arise from panarchistic competition. – J.Z.

HENNACY, AMMON A., Anarchism, in PP 988.

HENNACY, AMMON, Atlanta Prison, 1917, on war resistance, 13pp: 158, in PP 1456.

HENNACY, AMMON, See: CATHOLIC WORKER, THE, Two Agitators: Peter Maurin – Ammon Hennacy, 1959, 51pp, 155, in PP 1456.

HENNACY, AMMON, Tax Refusal and Life on the Land, 14pp: 166, in PP 1456.

HENNACY, AMMON, The Book of Ammon, The autobiography of a unique American rebel, 1953, 1964, indexed, 512pp, 36x, in PP 476.

HENNACY, AMMON, The One-Man Revolution in America, 1970, 338pp, in PP 1402: 2. – Contains chapters on: WOOLMAN, JOHN, 1720 – 1772, JEFFERSON, THOMAS, 1743 – 1826, PAINE, THOMAS, 1737 -1809, GARRISON, WILLIAM LLOYD, 1805 – 1862, THOREAU, DAVID HENRY, 1817 – 1862, BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, 1871 – 1936, JONES, MOTHER, 1830 – 1930, PARSONS, ALBERT, 1848 – 1887, ALTGELD, JOHN PETER, 1847 – 1902, DEBS, EUGENE V., 1855 – 1926, DARROW, CLARENCE, 1857 – 1938, YUKEOMA, THE HOPI, 1835 – 1929, TAYLOR, JOHN, 1808 – 1897, VANZETTI, BARTOLEMEO, 1888 – 1927, MALCOLM X, 1925 – 1965, DAY, DOROTHY, 1897 -?, DEMOSKOFF, HELEN, 1908 – ? – Unfortunately, he does not discuss individual sovereignty, individual secessionism, exterritoriality, voluntarism and their consequence, systematizing “one-man-revolutions”, namely panarchism. See my series: On Panarchy. – J.Z.

HENNING, CHRISTOPHER, Vatican linked to Nazi camp thefts, 2pp clipping, SMH 6.12.97, in PP 1489. – The gold reserve of the BANK OF DANZIG was placed in the care of the Bank of England before the Nazis could get hold of it and, probably, remains there still. Refugees from Danzig were never offered their share nor were they permitted to open their own note-issuing bank anywhere else, based upon the goods and services they were ready to supply to their customers. See Kurt Zube’s project on this. My grandfather came from Danzig. – J.Z., 21.5.98.

HENNING, MARKUS, William Godwin, 5pp, Musterbeitrag zu DEGEN’s LEXIKON DER ANARCHIE, in PP 1326. In alternativen Medien, wie Mikrofiche, koennte nicht nur ein kurzer Beitrag von einem Autor darueber erscheinen. “Der Freiheit KEINE Grenze”! – J.Z.

HENRIOD, H.L., Die Fluechtlinge in der Schweiz, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p102.

HENRY GEORGE INSTITUTE, 1.) Course in Fundamental Economics, 2.) Course in Applied Economics, 3.) Georgist Literature List, 115pp, 29x, PP 536.

HENRY GEORGE INSTITUTE, Course in Economic Science. Textbook: “The Science of Political Economy” by Henry George. Part III, Economic Science, in 10 lessons, n.d., 57pp, in PP 1543/45: 732.

HENRY GEORGE LEAGUE, Melbourne, 1.) Land Value Tax Law, Draft, 2pp, 1971-1975, 29x, in PP 632, 2.) Price of Land Is Your Enemy, The, 2p leaflet, Melbourne, n.d., 29x, in PP 631, 3.) Social Justice, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 643, 4.) What Can Members Do in Our Movement? 1983, 12pp, 29x, in PP 502, 5.) l979 letter and book list, 2pp, 24x in PP 181.

HENRY GEORGE MOVEMENT IN AUSTRALIA, The Choice, Georgist Progress or Socialist Poverty, 1974, 53pp, 36x, in PP 382.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, N.Y., Vol. 59, No. 1, Jan. – Feb. 95, published by Henry George School of Social Science, 8pp, in PP 1236. – I find a) voluntaristic Georgist practical experiments, b) their stand for free trade and c) their opposition to all taxes, except the single tax, much more interesting than their single tax proposal. – Alas, they do not favour free competition among all land reform projects and on a voluntary basis only. – J.Z.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, N.Y.C., Vol. 59, No. 2, March-April 95, 8pp, dedicated mainly to ROBERT CLANCY, 1914-1995, in PP 26.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, N.Y.C., Vol. 59, No. 4, July-August 1995 & Vol. 61, No. 2, March-April 1997, 16pp: 117, in PP 1482.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, Nov. 78, Jan. 79, April 79, June 79, 16pp, 36x, in PP 381-382. – See also under GEORGE, HENRY.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, vol. 59, No. 2, March-April 95, Henry George School of Social Science, N.Y.C., 8pp, in PP 26. Dealing mainly with Robert Clancy, 1914 – 1995.

HENRY GEORGE NEWS, Vol. 61, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1997, 8pp, in PP 1440/42: 621.

HENRY, DOYLE WINFORD, Some Notes and Quotes and Articles from Doyle Winford Henry, including his Statute of Liberty, 1972 and a short biography of his famous forebear, Patrick Henry, 17pp in all. I cannot highly recommend them – but should I censor them out? – J.Z. In PP 1,019.

HENRY, DOYLE, The Planned Disease, 90, 1p, on AIDS, in PP 1343/44: 1950.

HENRY, PATRICK, Speech, 3, 23, 1775, Liberty or Death, 1p, in PP 1318/1319 : 177.

HENRY, WILLIAM R., The Nixon Administration and Economics, 5pp, in PP 1249.

HENSON, DONALD, Frequently Asked Questions about Terra Libra – version 1.0, 2pp, in PP 1252.

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

HEPBURN, A. Barton, Desirable Changes in the Banking Law, 1902, in PP 745.

HEPNER, RUTH, Gold Appeal Goes to Supreme Court, 1p clipping, 1983, on case of Richard L. Solyom, who won’t accept paper money. Edwin Vieira, Jr. & Ron Paul were involved in the case. In PP 1247.

HEPNER, Ruth, Gold Appeal Goes to Supreme Court, on Richard L. Solyom’s case, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

HERACLITUS, Sydney, published by some Sydney Libertarians, Pluralists and Critical Drinkers, Nos. 33, 34, 36 – 39, Oct. 93 – Jan. 95, 84pp, in PP 1256. – Mainly by Andersonians, continuing the tradition of the former Sydney Libertarians, their BROADSHEET and their particular line of anarchist -libertarian permanent protest and discussion, without any attempt to develop any reform program. If you like that sort of thing then that is, I guess, the sort of thing you like. – J.Z.

HERALD OF ANARCHY, THE, Vol. I, No. 2, November 1890, 4pp, in PP 803.

HERBENER, JEFFREY, The Austrian Scholars Conference, letter, Feb. 10, 95, 1p, in PP 1281/82.

HERBER, LEWIS, Ecology and Revolutionary Thought, 20pp in Anarchos 1, in PP 980.

HERBERT, AUBERON & LEVY, J.H., TAXATION AND ANARCHISM, a discussion, 67pp, 24x, in PP 336.

HERBERT, AUBERON to GREEVZ FISHER, J, 1889, in transcript, 3pp, in PP 1393 : 93.

HERBERT, AUBERON, A Politician in Sight of Haven, in LIBERTY, Nos. 47ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

HERBERT, AUBERON, A SYMPOSITUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 2 contributions, 1890, 19pp, 29x, in PP 356.


HERBERT, AUBERON, The Sacrifice of Education to Examination, letters from all sorts and conditions of men, 1889, 203pp, 29x, in PP 486.

HERBERT, AUBERON, The True Line of Deliverance, 35pp, 36x, in PP 202. (As I get more of his writings in not copyrighted editions, copyrighted sometimes just for the typefaces used, after ordinary copyrights had expired, and in good enough photocopies, I will film more of them. In the meantime, I refer to the cheap printed editions of LIBERTY PRESS – LIBERTY CLASSICS. I was assured that they keep all their books in print. J.Z.)

HERBERT, AUBREY, The Real Aggressor, 6pp, in PP 1392: 127.

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

HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., Review, 1p, of: MODERN TIMES: The World from the Twenties to the Eighties, Harper & Row, 817pp, in PP 277/278: 240.

HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., Review, 2pp, of Rothbard’s ETHICS OF LIBERTY, in PP 277.

HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., The Crisis in Social Insurance, 1p, in PP 277/278: 204.

HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., The Crisis of “Social Insurance”, 1p, in PP 278.

HERBST, D.A.S., Dr., Soviet Aggression & South Africa, 7pp, in PP 1430/31: 108.

HERBSTREITH, LLOYD G. & KING, GORDON VAN B., The Liberty Amendment, Action for Americans, abridged edition, 1963, here filmed from the revised and abridged 1965 edition, 120pp, in PP 1,046.

HERD INSTINCT IN PEACE & WAR, in PP 1024. I rather think that primitive social herd “ideas” are involved. – J.Z.

HERE AND NOW, 1p leaflet & invitation to subscribe, in PP 1166.

HERER, JACK, The History of Hemp, 2pp, in PP 1318/1319: 79.

HERESIES, by J. Tuccille, 1972, in PP 1027.

HERETIC’S JOURNAL BULLETIN, for social and spiritual liberation, Seattle, Nos. 1-3, 1985, 19pp, in PP 1397: 107.

HERETICS JOURNAL BULLETIN, Nos. 4,5, 85, 86, 16pp, in PP 1418: 93.

HERIDITY & ENVIRONMENT, in PP 1052-61 (LA Psychological Notes 6).

HERITAGE AND CONSERVATIVE BOOKS, List, 1994/95, 4pp, in PP 1378/81: 479.

HERITAGE FOUNDATION, THE, 1988 Heritage Publications, 29p: 84, in PP 1523. – Sorry, but I do not have lists of their earlier & later publications on hand. – They do offer all their publications on microfiche – but only at print on paper prices. – J.Z.

HERITAGE FOUNDATION, THE, Backgrounder, April 16, 1986: Gorbachev and the 27th Soviet Party Congress Say Nyet to Change, by Mikhail Tsypkin, 10pp, sample copy, 42x, in PP 682. (Heritage Foundation, I was informed, that it offers all its past publications on microfiche for only $ 250. That, I found out, later, applies only to their annual output and this subscription price is almost equal to their print on paper prices! Run by free market, anti-communist conservatives, as an otherwise efficient and influential think tank, along conventional lobby and publishing lines. It is innovative through the rapidity with which it produces papers on acute topics. But how competitive and sensible is it to offer the cheapest technological service at almost the same price as the most expensive one? Either there exists already a developed microfiche market or not. If it exists, then it ought to be used by market-like pricing, instead of pricing these fiche out of its potential market. If it does not exist as yet, then as high prices help to prevent its development. Is this the intention of these “free marketeers”? I rather hold that, as at the IEA, just the prejudice of ONE bottleneck decisionmaker is involved. The bureaucratic structures of most private organizations do enormous harm, too and give free enterprise and voluntaryism a bad name. – J.Z.)

HERITAGE FOUNDATION, THE, Executive Memorandum, 1983, 2pp: Time to Turn Up the Voice of America, in PP 997.

HERMENEUTICS: THOMMESEN, SVEN, MCCALLIE, JOHN & SHAH, DIPESH, Hermeneutics: A Conference Report, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1418: 112.

HERNANDEZ, JULIA & AL SECKEL, Christianity vs. Women, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1098.

HERNANDEZ, JULIA & SECKEL, AL, Christianity vs. Women, 6pp leaflet from Atheists United, in PP 1267.

HERRON, D. HOBERT, The Ideal Tax System, 1p, with 1p comment by John Haynes, in PP 1269. – Only voluntary taxation CAN be ideal – in the eyes of its believers. – Any system of coercive taxation can never correspond to the ideals of its involuntary tax victims. – J.Z.

HERTZ, ROBERT S., The Victor & the Spoils, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1655. – On “Darwinist” libertarianism. – Is libertarianism to settle disagreements but the sword or gun or fists? – J.Z., 10.10.97.

HERTZ, ROBERT, Death to the Weaklings, Wealth to the Strong! 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1574. – Kill not only all foetuses but all babies and infants??? – J.Z.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., A Visit to Freeland or The New Paradise Regained, 1894, 68pp, with some comments by Frank E. Manuel, Judith Shklar, John Zube, Lewis Mumford, Ulrich von Beckerath & Joyce Oramel Hertzler, 29x, 1982, in PP 402.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Das Soziale Problem, 1912, 357pp, 36x, PP 551.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Die Gesetze der sozialen Entwicklung, 1886, 300 S., 29x, in PP 417.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Eine Reise nach Freiland, 1893, 183 S., 29x, in PP 402.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Freeland, A Social Anticipation, 1890ff, 1972, 443pp, 24x, in PP 70-74. (H. was the developer of the idea of “open cooperatives”, which accept anyone as a member but reward members only according to their labour and capital input. His writings turned Ulrich von Beckerath from a 16 -year old Marxist radical into a life-long radical free market advocate, who would replace all territorially imposed government “services” and disservices by exterritorialy autonomous alternative services and organizations by volunteers, to the extent that they want them. – J.Z.)

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Freiland, ein soziales Zukunftsbild, 10. Aufl., 1896, 354 S., PP 753.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, Dr., Freilands Wirtschaftsordnung, 1893, 23 S., mit 3 S. Anmerkung von Ulrich von Beckerath, 24x, in PP 377.

HERTZKA, THEODOR, PP 5, 70-74, 377, 402, 417, 551, 633, 753.

HERZEN, A.I. & OGAREV, N.P., Journal, 1855 – 1869, 1966, in RUSSIAN!, 257pp: 1, in PP 1492.

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

HESS, KARL, A Communication to Libertarians, 5pp: 23, in PP 1501.

HESS, KARL, Anarchism without Hyphens, 80, 1p, in PP 492. 2pp, in PP 916.

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

HESS, KARL, By Mutual Consent, 1p, 1990, from LIBERTARIAN PARTY NEWS, in PP 1538: 208. – In this short statement he comes close to panarchistic views. – J.Z.

HESS, KARL, By Mutual Consent, 1p, LP News 1/90, in PP 1357: 125. – 1p, in PP 1382/85: 463. – This is probably as close as he ever came to panarchism. – J.Z.

HESS, KARL, By Mutual Consent, 1p, LP NEWS, June 90, 209, in PP 1451.

HESS, KARL, Capitalism for Kids, 1p review only, by FRANCES KENDALL, in PP 1430/31: 232.

HESS, KARL, Classical Liberalism: The Brightest Torch, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 427.

HESS, KARL, Cults and Criticism, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, Educational Liberty: A First Step, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 499.

HESS, KARL, Either/Or discussion of value to libertarians, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 391.

HESS, KARL, Essential Difference, 1p, in PP 480. – 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 169. – On individualism vs. statism.

HESS, KARL, Factions : Something for Everyone, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 245.

HESS, KARL, FBI and CIA, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, Introduction to the LP, 7pp, in PP 1,031.

HESS, KARL, Leaders and Heroes, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, Letter from an Enemy of the State, 1972, 5pp & 2pp, in PP 1,027.

HESS, KARL, Libertarians Have a Ticket for the Yankee Doodle Bandwagon, 1p, on cause for optimism, in PP 1382/85: 55.

HESS, KARL, My Taxes, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, on Jim Peron’s attempt to establish a Freedom Bookshop in S.A., 1p, in PP 1,031.

HESS, KARL, Personality of the Party, 1p, on diversity, in PP 1382/85: 443.

HESS, KARL, Punks, Principles, Practicality, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 336.

HESS, KARL, Read my Principles …, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 435.

HESS, KARL, Reform, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, Republican Party and religious right moving away from individual freedom, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 269.

HESS, KARL, Robin Hood Revisionism, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, See: PEER, ELIZABETH, Karl Hess, a Goldwater Aide, Joins the New Left, 1969 clipping, 1p: 104, in PP 1491.

HESS, KARL, Special Interest Groups Offer Fertile Ground for Growth, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 404. – Aren’t they more interested in privileges and subsidies? – J.Z.

HESS, KARL, Talk, n.d., 10pp of transcript, untitled, incomplete tape and transcript, not proof-read. Probably on talk at Michael Greene’s Supper Club, in PP 958.

HESS, KARL, Tax Revolt, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, The Coming White Terror, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, The Death of Politics, 23pp, in PP 1,020.

HESS, KARL, The death of politics, 6pp, in PP 1382/85: 285-303.

HESS, KARL, The Lawless State, 34pp, 29x, in PP 225.

HESS, KARL, The New Populism. Making Democracy Work. American Voters now Insist on Deciding the Issues at Home – not in Washington, 1979, 4pp, in PP 1136.

HESS, KARL, The Real Rebels, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, The Second Front, on process teaching & PCs, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 324.

HESS, KARL, Tools of Technology Are Tools of Liberty, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 376.

HESS, KARL, Viewpoint: Green Ownership, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 358.

HESS, KARL, What the Movement Needs, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

HESS, KARL, Where Are the Specifics? 1p, 36x in PP369, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

HESS, MOSES, Die letzten Philosophen, 1845, from a 1961 reprint, 13 S., 24x, in PP 281.

HESSEN, ROBERT, A New Concept of Corporations: A Contractual and Private Property Model, HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 30, May 79, 1327-1350, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p809, headed: Corporations: A Contractual Paradigm.

HEWETSON, JOHN, Great Achievements of the Revolutionary Militia in Spain, 2pp: 125, in PP 1525.

HEWETSON, JOHN, Ill-Health, Poverty & the State, Freedom Press, 1946, 81pp: 60, in PP 1495. – Do most anarchists appreciate competitive health services, including insurance companies and coops? How many of the reported evils would have long continued under a true laissez faire economy, based upon full monetary and financial freedom? The author seems to think that MORE WELFARISM is required or that his anarchist utopia would be a panacea or cure-all. But it is better to start such a discussion, even from the worst possible position, than to avoid it altogether or march or demonstrate in favour of GOVERNMENT providing more health services at the expense of taxpayers. I have still to see a march or demonstration for more self-help opportunities based upon individual rights and liberties, and, e.g., against legal tender and the central bank’s issue monopoly. The slave mentality and that of slave riots is still with us. – J.Z.

HEWETSON, JOHN, MUTUAL AID & SOCIAL EVOLUTION, Mutual Aid and the Social Significance of Darwinism, Freedom Press, London, 1946, 24pp, in PP 980.

HEWETSON, JOHN, Peter Kropotkin – the Scientific Approach to Anarchism, 1p, in PP 1525. – Signed only: J.H.

HEWETSON, JOHN, Sexual Freedom for the Young, Freedom Press, 1951, 17pp: 57, in PP 1495.HEWETT, JENNIFER, In Darkest America, review of a book by HERSH, SEYMOUR on the wild sex life of JFK, 2pp: 117, in PP 1496. – Political leaders are rarely, if ever, what they pretend to be & are popularly believed to be. Some truths on them tend to leak out only decades later – when it can no longer do them any harm. But the harm done due to the belief in “great leaders” is enormous. – J.Z., 2.1.98. – When I heard about his assassination I thought that the reporters must have got it wrong and that, rather, the other “great nuclear leader”, Mr. K. (“We will bury you!”), had been assassinated. When the news was confirmed to me, I thought to myself: Well, he deserved it, too, for under him the nuclear arsenal of the U.S. had been doubled. This “anticommunists”, too, did not distinguish in his targeting and with his “weapons” between communists and their victims behind the Iron Curtain, so that he prepared for the mass murder of innocents. Cities remained the main targets for many years for these “anti-people mass murder devices”. – J.Z., 2.1.98, 25.5.98.

HEWETT, JENNIFER, Work – if you want it, SMH 11 July 1998, a 1p clipping countering some of Ed Stamm’s assertions, in PP 1510/11: 400.

HEWITT, ABRAM S., Business Depression and Revenue Reform, 10 pp, 29x, in PP 602.HEYD, MICHAEL, The Reaction to Enthusiasm in the 17th-Century: Towards an Integrative Approach, the journal of modern history 53, June 81, 258-280, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1787, headed: The Elite’s Reaction against “Enthusiasm”.

HEYDORN, PFARRER, Die Menschheitspartei, 1 S., Weltbuerger, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 203. – Das ausschliessliche und territoriale Weltbuergertum, das manchen als Ideal vorschwebt, wuerde noch mehr Anlaesse zu Buergerkriegen geben. Die exterritoriale Autonomie fuer freiwillige Rechtsgemeinschaften wurden im Ideenarchiv anscheinend nicht einmal erwaehnt, obwohl K.Z. darueber doch, fuer etwa 2 Jahrzehnte, wenigstens, durch U.v. Beckerath schon informiert war. Soviele Weltregierungen als Freiwillige fuer sich gruenden und unterhalten wollen! Auch ebensoviele staatenlose internationale Gemeinschaften! Alle Menschen sind verschieden! – PIOT, J.Z., 7.6.96.

HEYN, UDO, Pax et Justitia: Arms Control, Disarmament and the Legal System in the Medieval Reich, PEACE & CHANGE 8, Spring 82, 23-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1770, headed: The Medieval Peace Movement.

HEYNITZ, JOBST von, Einige wirtschaftliche Schaeden der Inflation und ein geldpolitischer Versuch zu ihrer Bekaempfung, FRAGEN DER FREIHEIT, Folge 12, Mai/Juni 78, 29 S., in PP 805.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Cupid’s Yokes: or The Binding Forces of Conjugal Life. An Essay to Consider some Moral and Physiological Phases of LOVE AND MARRIAGE, wherein is asserted the natural right and necessity of SEXUAL SELF-GOVERNMENT; the book which the US Government and Local Presumption have repeatedly sought to suppress, but which still lives, challenging attention, 1880, 50th thousand, 23pp, in PP 1305/1306: 267-275.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Free Speech: Report of Ezra H. HEYWOOD’s DEFENSE before the U.S. Court in Boston, April 10, 11 & 12, 1883; together with Judge Nelson’s Charge to the Jury, notes of Anthony Comstock’s career of cruelty and crime; tragic and comic incidents in the malicious, savage persecution, suffered by moral scientists devoted to social evolution, and other interesting matter. 1983? 48pp, in PP 1305/1306: 275-291.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Free Trade, n.d., 24pp, in PP 1,031.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Hard Cash, 1874, 26pp, in PP 1,033.


HEYWOOD, EZRA H., See: SULLIVAN, MARK A., Ezra Heywood & Laurance Labadie: Two Libertarian Broadsides Reviewed, 5pp: 153, in PP 501.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., See: WORD, THE, 6 samples, in PP 1481.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., The Collected Works of Ezra Heywood, 12 complete works, 1868-1889, edited by Martin Blatt, 392 pp, hardcover. Here, in PP 972, only a 1p announcement for this book.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., The Great Strike : Its Relations to Labor, Property, and Government, 25pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, November 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.

HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Uncivil Liberty, An Essay to Show the Injustice and Impolity of Ruling Woman without her Consent, 1873, 33pp, 29x, in PP 225. Introduction, by Dr. James J. Martin: in PP 1111.

HIATT, LESTER, Violence in Animals and in Early Man, 1965, 10pp: 72, in PP 1471.

HIBBS, JOHN, Charles Williams (1886-1945) & Current Economic Thought, RELIGIOUS NOTES No. 7, 4pp: 99, in PP 1487.

HIBBS, JOHN, Forsyth, Hayek and the Remoralisation of Society: Church, Life & Economics, 1992, 4pp, LA Religious Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HIBBS, John, Independence and Authority, 1986, LA Personal Perspectives, No. 2, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

HIBBS, JOHN, Logistics and Life: Reflections on the Impact of Modern Transport on Local Communities, 2pp, SOCIOLOGICAL NOTES No. 25: 115, in PP 1516.

HIBBS, JOHN, The Liberalization of the British Bus & Coach Industry: An Uncompleted Enterprise, 1991, 7pp, LA Economic Notes No. 38, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.HIBBS, JOHN, Town Planning vs. the Plans of the People, POLITICAL NOTES No. 141, 2pp: 93, in PP 1487.

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

HICKS, J.R. & WEBER, W., Carl Menger and the Austrian School of Economics, 1p review by ISRAEL M. KIRZNER, in PP 1367/68: 137.

HICKS, J.R., Capital and Time, A Neo-Austrian Theory, 1p review by ISRAEL M. KIRZNER, in PP 1367/68: 137.

HICKSON, JILL & KAMENKA, EUGENE, This country needs some great writers, SMH, 8 Sep, 88 articles, with a note by J. Zube, 28 Oct. 89, 2pp, in PP 907-910.

HIEKE-WITKOWSKI, LENI, Ueber die Not des Hassens, 3 S., Hass, Lebenskunst, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 201.

HIEMER, WILHELM, Nuetze den Wert der Schriftdeutung, 2 S., Graphologie, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 235. – “Hiemer verteidigt die Graphologie und Kretzschmar-Stradus erklaert sie im gleichen Heft auf Grund persoenlicher Erfahrung fuer Unsinn.” – Bth., 21.6.55.

HIERARCHIES, PP 1071, 1156. See Centralization, Decentralization, Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy.

HIGGINS, ANDREW, Moscow papers show how Mao, Stalin plotted for war, 1p, A. 15.4.96, on Korean War, in PP 1367/68: 245.

HIGGINS, J.A., Rev. Father, Co-Operation, a social study, 1947, 75pp, in PP 1365: 76. – Alas, some Catholics do show so far more interest in cooperative free enterprise options than most libertarians do. – J.Z., 3.12.96.

HIGGS, ROBERT, On the Decline of Classical Liberalism in America: A Comment on Davies (Stephen Davies, The Decline…), 2pp: 208, in PP 1463/64.

HIGGS, ROBERT, Some other Costs of War, 3pp, in PP 499.

HIGGS, ROBERT, Wage-Price Guidelines: Retreat and Defeat, 10pp: 298, in PP 1529- 33.

HIGGS, ROBERT, Who’ll Be Persuaded? 1p, on Hayek: 228, in PP 1463/64.HIGH PARK – SWANSEA LIBERTARIAN ASSOCIATION, THE, Dracula was a Bushleaguer. Taxes – You don’t have to take it. 6pp leaflet in favour of LP candidate Bob Cumming: 31, in PP 1504.


HIGH, STANLEY, Rebellion in the Potato Fields, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 13.

HIGHMAN, DI, The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, 23pp, 36x, in PP 412, p133.



HILDRETH, RICHARD, The History of Banks: To which is added a demonstration of the advantages and necessity of free competition in the business of Banking, 1837, Free Banking Series, 158pp, 48x, in PP 601.

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

HILGARTNER, JAY, Nuclear Power: A Problem of Insurance, SLL leaflet, 3pp, 24x, in PP 182, 29x, in PP 290. (Why is it that most advocates and enemies of nuclear power tend to pick only on one or a few aspects and observe them rightly or wrongly, while ignoring most other relevant aspects? With such a procedure an agreement is impossible to achieve between dissenters. At least at this stage of our development, I like to see nuclear reactor power and nuclear “weapons” power no more in anyone’s hands than any political and legalized monopolistic economic power over large territories and their inhabitants. J.Z. 17.5.89.)

HILL, CARTER, Violence and Anarchy, 8pp: 654, in PP 1484/85.

HILL, CHRISTOPHER, Religion and Democracy in the Puritan Revolution, DEMOCRACY 2, April 82, 39-45, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1786, headed: Religious, Social, and Political Democracy.

HILL, DAVID JAYNE, Introduction, 2pp, to T. Beale, The Man vs. The State, on Spencer’s essays, in PP 1316.

HILL, DAVID JAYNE, Mr. Hill’s Comments to Herbert Spencer’s “Postscript” to “The Man vs. The State”, 9pp, in PP 1316.

HILL, ED R., to LABADIE, LAURANCE, 1p against compulsory unionism, in PP 1393.

HILL, FRED, The Great Betrayal: A History of Teachers’ Pensions, 10pp, 88, in PP 1450.

HILL, GARRY, An Anarchist Critique of Trotsky and Trotskyism, 8pp: 485; 19pp: 509; 7pp: 538; 19pp: 564, in PP 1484/85. – Trotsky, if he had replaced Stalin, might have murdered even more real or imagined dissenters, for he once declared that he was prepared to sacrifice up to 75% of the population for the success of the revolution. – J.Z.

HILL, GARRY, Reviews of : MANCHESTER, WILLIAM, The Last Lion. Winston Spencer Churchill. Alone. 1932-1940 & LAMB, RICHARD, The Drift to War, 1922-1939, 4pp: 731, in PP 1484/85.

HILL, GARRY, The Kronstadt Rebellion, 14pp: 610; 14pp: 631, in PP 1484/85.

HILL, GREGORY, Why I Am not an Anarchist, 75, 1p, in PP 1371/72: 55.

HILL, ROCK, Cities in Flight, 1p: 19, in PP 1465. – On intentional communities as a prelude to space colonization.

HILLEN SEAN, Lethal crowd disperser. Plastic bullets maim, blind, rupture, kill, 1p, in PP 1110.

HILLGATE GROUP, in association with THE CLARIDGE PRESS, The Reform of British Education, 2pp flyer only, for the book, in PP 890.

HILLIARD, SYDNEY L., Rent and the Cost of War, 3pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

HILLS, NICHOLAS, Poles Apart: A Classic Peasant’s Revolt, 5pp: 268, in PP 1506/07. – 1980, on Poland.

HILLSDALE REVIEW, THE, Hillsdale, An American Miscellany, II/2, Summer 1980, 34pp: 842, in PP 1484/85.

HILTIN, GEORGE, Reconsidering Classical Objections to Laissez-Faire in Railways, 1990, 4pp, LA Economic Notes No. 24, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Compare Dr. W. Zander on Railway Money and Unemployment.)

HINDEN, MICHAEL, Turned off by Charm, 3pp: 197, in PP 1506/07. – On the new terms of science.

HINE, ROBERT V. California’s Utopian Colonies, 1850-1950, 1953, extract on the KAWEAH Colony, 29pp, in PP 814. (It issued “time checks”.)

HINES, ALFRED, The Story of Henry George, 1925, 14pp: 2, in PP 1477.

HINTE, Wolfgang, Prof. Dr., Selbstbestimmtes Lernen und staatlicher Erziehungszwang, 5pp, 29x, in PP 712.

HINZ, THORSTEN, Eine kleine philosophische Reise, 4 S.: 114, in PP 1456.

HIPPOCRATIC OATH FOR SCIENTISTS, ENGINEERS AND TECHNOLOGISTS, 1p., modelled on the Hippocratic Oath for doctors, from, probably, the 5th century BC, modified in the World Medical Association’s Declaration of Geneva, published by the ISI, London, on LMP fiche in PP 1246.


HIRSCH, MAX, An Exposure of Socialism, Three Addresses & a Debate, 1904, 73pp, 29x, in PP 706.

HIRSCH, MAX, Democracy vs. Socialism, 1901, 6th. ed. 1985, indexed, 481pp, 42x, PP 552.

HIRSCH, MAX, Economic Principles, A Manual of Political Economy, 1896, 78pp, 29x, in PP 528.

HIRSCH, MAX, Farewell Address, A, 1905, 48x, in PP 626.

HIRSCH, MAX, How Wealth Accumulates and Men Decay, 48x, in PP 626.

HIRSCH, MAX, Problem of Wealth, The, (an open letter to Andrew Carnegie) and other essays, Memorial Volume, 1911, 144pp, 48x, in PP 626.

HIRSCH, MAX, Socialism, the Slave State, 1904, edition revised by Will Lissner, 30pp, 29x, in PP 643.

HIRSCH, MAX, Solidarity of Labour, The, 27pp, 48x, in PP 626.

HIRSCH, MAX, The Fiscal Superstition, 1895, indexed, 155pp, 24x, in PP 203.

HIRSLEIFER, JACK, Privacy: Its Origin, Function, and Future, paper delivered at teh conference The Economics and the Law of Privacy, U. of Chicago, Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 79, working paper No. 166, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1095, headed: The Meaning of Privacy.

HIRST, F.W., Individualism and Socialism, 1898, Economic Review, 5pp, 29x, in PP 609.


HISTORICAL NOTES, Libertarian Alliance, London, No. 1, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696, Nos. 2,3,5, 29x, in PP 864 & in PP 1152-61.

HISTORY, 174 – 176, 524, 816, 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 12), 1115, 1130. See Revisionism, MONETARY CONCEPT OF HISTORY, HISTORY, A SHORT, 8pp, in PP 274, in Libertarian Yearbook.




HISTORY, PERVERTED, PP 199. See Revisionism. “History is a fable that is agreed upon” – ascribed, I believe, to Napoleon I. – J.Z.

HISTORY, The Journal of the Historical Association, 66, June 81, 181-198, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1671, headed: Was there a “British Industrial Revolution”?


HITLER, See: BLAND, LEEANNE, The Fuehrer Files, Hitler’s Death: The Final Report, on SBS, SMH review, Jan. 2, 1998, 1p: 81, in PP 1496. – According to this, Hitler was on no less than 92 different medicines, from amphetamines to cocaine eye drops, in the last stages of his life. His ideas and actions were mad in many respects, not only during his last days. According to some reports that I have read, decades ago, an advanced stage of syphilis had long affected his brain and the quantity of drugs given to him and their interactions must have made matters worse. Nevertheless, the territorial system allowed such a madman to come to power and stay in it for 12 years, destroying much of the population and countries of Europe. We still have the same territorial power system there and elsewhere, ready for the next mad power grabbers. Even the minor power and drug addicts in office do already do too much wrong and harm as political “leaders”, even in supposedly “democratic” and “republican” countries. – PIOT, J.Z.

HITLER, See: MCCABE, JOSEPH, Hitler and his Gang, the true story of the greatest crime in history, Haldeman – Julius Publications, 1944, no series no., 96pp, in PP 1225.

HOAR, WILLIAM P., ANARCHISTS, A Historical Review of Revolutionary Nihilism, from AMERICAN OPINION, May 1980, 12pp, a conservative view, in PP 1,007.

HOBBS, A.H., Can We Afford Foundations? 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 383.

HOBERT, D. HERRON, Just a Ripple, 1p, in PP 1269.

HOBHOUSE, L.T., LIBERALISM, 1911ff, indexed, 254pp, with a 1 p. note by John Zube on this very influential liberal, 1864-1929, whose errors still predominate & ought to be tackled by libertarians. In PP 850.

HOBSON, FRED C., Jr., Serpent in Eden, reviewed by CARL BODE, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 31. (A book on Mencken.)

HOBSON, J.A., God and Mammon. The Relations of Religion and Economics and other Aspects of the Business Side of the Church, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-568, 1947, 29pp, in PP 1221.

HOBSON, J.A., RICHARD COBDEN, THE INTERNATIONAL MAN, 1918, 416pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 344.

HOBSON, J.A., The New Protectionism, 1916, 173pp, in PP 1133.

HOBSON, JOHN A., INTERNATIONAL TRADE, an application of economic theory, 1904, 202pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 367.

HOBSON, WAYNE K., Professionals, Progressives and Bureaucratization: A Reassessment, HISTORIAN 39, Aug. 77, 639-658, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p308, headed: Were Professionals Technocrats?

HOCHDOERFFER, JOE, Grandpa Sobered Up, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

HOCKER, CHRIS, Control of the Airwaves, 3pp, in PP 1425: 21.

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

HOCKER, CHRIS, Garbage Can Libertarianism and Freedom, 1p, attacking the gradualist approach of e.g. REASON, in PP 277.

HOCKER, CHRIS, Pollution & Private Rights, 2pp, in PP 1425: 16.

HOCKER, CHRIS, Review of TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 137.

HOCKER, CHRIS, The Fallacy of “Libertarian Republicanism”, 1p, in PP 277.

HOCKER, CHRIS, The Fallacy of “Libertarian Republicans”, 1p, in PP 277/278: 67.

HOCKER, CHRIS, Untangling taxes for a free society, 2p, in PP 1382/83.

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

HODGE, SCOTT A., Bypassing the Public Schools, 1986, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HODGE, SCOTT A., Privatizing Fire Protection: A Case Study, 15pp, 1986, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HODGE, SCOTT A., The Lesson of Saturn, 1985, 3pp, on General Motors’ Saturn plant, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HODGE, SCOTT A., Winning Diamond-Star – A Pyrrhic Victory? 1985, 3pp, on Chrysler / Mitsubishi plant location in Illinois, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HODGKINSON, KATRINA, Nationals for Southern Highlands, a Nov. 95 letter and questionaire, with my reply, 3pp, in PP 1308: 122-124.- The territorial political game, like that of the churches, still finds recruits for its priesthood and voluntary supporters. It will be as harmless as the churches are today only once its territorial monopoly and coercion “teeth” are drawn, including e.g. the taxation and inflation option for governments. – J.Z.

HODGKISS, F.T., Only Fish not Men, an old Georgist leaflet, n.d., 1p, 36x, in PP 624.

HODGKISS, F.T., The Road to Peace on Earth, 4pp of a Georgist point of view, n.d.: 124, in PP 1524. – I concede that free trade, free migration and COMPETING & TOLERANT land reform system could be important contributing factors to the achievement of a lasting peace in freedom. – J.Z.

HODSKIN, THOMAS, A Lecture on Free Trade, in connection with the Corn Laws, 1843, 1966, 23pp, in PP 785.HODSKIN, THOMAS, Popular Political Economy, 1827,1966, 286pp, in PP 785.HOEPFL, HARRO & THOMPSON, MARTYN P., The History of Contract as a Motif in Political Thought, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 4, Oct. 79, 919-944, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p721, headed: Contract and Political Thought.

HOFFER, ERIC, The Temper of our Time, reviewed by ALLEN C. BRONFELD, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 30.

HOFFER, ERIC, The True Believer, reviewed by ALLEN C. BRONFELD, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 30.

HOFFMAN, BETH A., Inflation Is …, 2pp: 271, in PP 1529-33.

HOFFMAN, D.P., Our Modern Cities Are Dying; Future Decentralization Will Be Necessary, 1p, 66, in PP 1386/91: 17.

HOFFMANN, W.A., Dies ist ein Mann, der sich einbildet, ein Erfinder zu sein. Ueber das Schicksal von HARGREAVE, dem Erfinder der spinning jenny. Aus: “Sich durchsetzen”, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 306.

HOFFMANN, W.A., Kleine oder grosse Rationalisierung? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 79.

HOFMANN, W.A., Ehe man einen BetrieB rationalisiert, 1S., Betriebsrationalisierung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 120.

HOFMANN, W.A., Ein Arzt wirbt fuer sich, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 290.

HOFRICHTER, ERNST, Vom aeltesten Weisheitsbuch der Menschheit, Geheimes Wissen, J-Ging-Orakel (IChing), 2 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 26.- Nach der Weisheit Kriege, Revolutionen, Diktaturen, Massenarbeitslosigkeit, Inflationen und Armut zu vermeiden, sucht man darin vergebens. – J.Z.

HOFSTADTER, RICHARD, Social Darwinism in American Thought, 1968, for review, 8pp, of its bias, see under Nichols, Rosalie.

HOGAN, JAMES P., Boom & Slump in Space: What the American Space Effort Has Been & What It Could Have Been, 1990, 4pp, LA Economic Notes No.29, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Being a Federal Government effort only, it wasn’t really an all-out American effort. – J.Z.)

HOGAN, WARREN P., Enterprise: Free, Dependent or Captor? 1985, 33pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

HOGAN, WARREN P., Regulating Airlines in Australia, CIS, 1983, 12pp, 36x, in PP 720.

HOGBIN, G.R., Free to Shop, 1983, 93pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

HOGEN, JOHN, A Leftist Looks at YAF, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

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

HOILE, DAVID, Mozambique, Resistance & Freedom, 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1281/82.

HOILE, DAVID, The Levellers: Libertarian Radicalism & the English Civil War, 1992, 14pp, LA Libertarian Heritage No. 5, in PP 1052-61, sheets 583-97.

HOLAHAN, JAMES & STARCHILD, ADAM, Does the Individual Inventor still Have a Chance? 7pp: 54, in PP 1506/07. – Without an Ideas Archive and Talent Registry, establishing a special free market, to bring supply and demand in these spheres together, they never had much of a chance. And without these institutions the chances for social reform innovators, not loaded with popular prejudices, are much smaller still. – J.Z., 27.5.98.

HOLAHAN, JAMES, A Rarotonga Doctor’s Fight for Cancer Victims, 5pp: 32, in PP 1506/07. On Vladimil Milan Brych.

HOLAN, DAVID, The Martyrdom of Sacco & Vanzetti, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 108.

HOLCOMBE, RANDALL G., The Confederate Constitution, 2pp, “affirms strong support for free trade”, in PP 1318/1319: 66.

HOLDEN, FRED, Total Power of One in America, 2pp leaflet from LFB, 12/94. Does he concede to his “totally empowered” individuals, e.g., the right to secede, to engage in tyrannicide, to participate in rightful militias, to open note issuing banks and clearing centres, to ignore oppressive laws, to refuse paying taxes and to refuse the government’s paper money? Would he concede any rights to a growing and viable foetus? What about the rights of babies, infants, children? Why should an age difference of at most 9 months decide about the right to life? Total power over self only or over others? I do not know what he means and how far he would go. Do you? Does he? – J.Z.

HOLLANDER, PAUL, Anti-Americanism…, here only in 2pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

HOLLANDER, SAMUEL, Economics and Ideology: Aspects of Post-Ricardian Literature, bibliographical essay in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 31pp,in PP 1201p 643.

HOLLANDER, SAMUEL, The Reception of Ricardian Economics, OXFORD ECONOMIC PAPERS 29, July 77, 221-257, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p680, headed: Ricardo and the “Dual Development”.

HOLLANDER, WALTHER von, Ueber die notwendige Nachahmung genialer Leben, 2 S., Lebenskunst, Genies, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 93.

HOLLANDSWORTH, JAMES G., Jr., Differentiating Assertion and Aggression: Some Behavioral Guidelines, BEHAVIOR THERAPY 8, 1977, 347-352, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p613, headed: Individual Assertion vs. Aggression.

HOLLEY, LEE A., We Live in Dangerous Times, 2pp, on autonomous juries, 29x, in PP 870.

HOLLICK, TONY 7 RICHMAN, SHELDON, Problems of Isolationism, an exchange, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HOLLICK, TONY, Problems of Isolationism, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HOLLIDAY, Philip, From Tribal League to New Age Bioregion, 1985, 3pp, 29x, in PP 741.

HOLLINGER, DAVID A., T.S. Kuhn’s Theory of Science and its Implications for History, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 78, 1973,370-393, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p271, headed: Kuhn and Historical Truth.

HOLLINGER, ROBERT, Freedom, Reason, and Tradition, review essay on Paul Feyerabend’s Against Method and Science in a Free Society, REASON PAPERS No. 6, Spring 80, 83-91, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1381, headed: Feyerabend on Freedom and Diversity. – Feyerabend, too, remained blind towards the exterritorial alternatives. – J.Z.

HOLLIS, Christopher, The Breakdown of Money, 1937, only a 3pp extract, on Woergl, 29x, in PP 742.

HOLLIS, CHRISTOPHER, The Two Pacifism, Catholic essay, 1959, 4pp, 29x, in PP 408.

HOLLISTER, C. WARREN, London’s First Charter of Liberties: Is it Genuinie? JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY 6, Sep. 80, 289-306, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1492, headed: London’s Charter of Self-Government.

HOLLOWAY, WALTER E., Rudolf Rocker, Nationalism & Culture, 7p, in PP 1401.

HOLLOWAY, WALTER E., What Kropotkin Means to Me, 3pp, 24x, in PP 281.

HOLM, CARL G., Report from Sweden, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

HOLM, CARL G., Some European Sources of Information, 1977, 40pp, 29x, in PP 388.

HOLM, CARL G., Swedish Report, 3pp: 13, in PP 1506/07.

HOLM, CARL G., Taxation in a Socialist Bureaucracy, 2pp, on Sweden, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

HOLM, CARL G., The Agapov Case, 2pp: 44, in PP 1506/07. – On escapes from the “Workers’ Paradise”.

HOLMAN, FRANK E., Dangers of Treaty Law, FEE, In Brief, 1953, 14pp, in PP 999.

HOLMBERG, JOHN-HENRI, The Origins & Nature of the Scandinavian Welfare State, 1991, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Should WE really continue calling it a Welfare State? – J.Z.)

HOLMES, JOHN HAYNES & HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., Is Science Vindicating Religion? Yes, John Haynes Holmes, No, E. Haldeman- Julius, 1931, 64pp, LBB 1640, in PP 1208.

HOLMES, MICHAEL, The Idea of a Libertarian Party, 6pp, in PP 274.

HOLMES, RICHARD, Anthony Blunt, Gentleman Traitor, 17pp: 250, in PP 1506/07.

HOLMES, ROBERT L., Nozick on Anarchism, POLITICAL THEORY, USA, 5, 1977, 247-256, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p68. Headed : The Case Against Government.

HOLMES, SARAH E. & YARROS, VICTOR, Die Frauenfrage, eine Diskussion, 1914, 23 S., 29x, in PP 392.

HOLMES, STEPHEN TAYLOR, Aristippus in and out of Athens, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 73, Mar. 79, 113-128, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p715, headed: The Depoliticization of Society.

HOLOCAUST REVISIONISTS, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, Preface to the German Translation of Freedom of Expression, Dissenting Historians and the Holocaust Revisionists, 4pp, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 32: 71, in PP 1516. – I would rather like to see a revision of the collective responsibility and territorialist notions involved on all sides. – J.Z., 20.11.1998.

HOLROYED, MICHAEL, The Publishers: Upheaval in a Gentleman’s Occupation, 1984, page 519 in PP 907-910. (Via microfiche, other than “gentlemen” can publish, too. J.Z.)HOLST, INGAR, REPUBLIC OF NINETEENEIGHTYFOUR, a letter exchange and some papers, 11pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XI, in PP 832.

HOLSWORTH, ROBERT D., Recycling Hobbes: The Limits to Political Ecology, THE MASSACHUSSETTS REVIEW 20, Spring 79, 9-40, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p791, headed: Political or Voluntary Ecology? – Excellent heading! – J.Z.

HOLT, JOHN, Education Reform, 3pp, from his work “How Children Fail”, 24x, in PP 7.

HOLT, JOHN, Why not a Bill of Rights for Children? 1974, 11 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

HOLTERMAN, TH., & MAARSEVEEN, H., van, editors, Law in Anarchism, 1980, 177pp, 29x, PP 509.

HOLTERMAN, TH., Thoughts on anarchist theory of law and state, 1980, 59pp, 29x, in PP 509.

HOLTON, R.J., Syndicalist Theories of the State, SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 28, Feb. 80, 5-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1184, headed: Syndicalism & “The Servile State”.

HOLYOAKE, GEORGE JACOB, History of Co-Operation, The, 2nd. ed., revised & completed, 1906, 691pp, indexed, 42x, in PP 659.

HOLZER, HENRY MARK & HOLZER, PHYLLIS, The Constitution and the Draft, reprinted from THE OBJECTIVIST, 1967, 11pp: 121, in PP1522.

HOLZER, HENRY MARK, Editor, Government’s Money Monopoly, Books in Focus, N.Y., 227pp, 2pp review only, by JOHN A. SPARKS: 379, in PP 1529-33.

HOLZER, HENRY MARK, Media Law & Liberty, 1p: 7, in PP 1482.HOLZHAUER, GEORG, 1.) Barzahlung und Zahlungsmittelversorgung in militaerisch besetzten Gebieten, 1939, 115pp with bibliography, 2.) Das deutsche Kriegsnotgeld 1914, Free Banking Series, 7pp, 9x, in PP 532, also in PP 428ff, S.935, at 29x.

HOLZHAUER, GEORG, Theorie und Praxis der Diskontpolitik im Wandel der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung und der wirtschaftlichen Zielsetzungen, 1935, Free Banking Series, 85 S., 29x, in PP 545.

HOLZHAUER, GEORG, Ueber “Barzahlung in besetzten Gebieten”, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 995, 1007.

HOLZHAUER, GEORG, Zur wirtschaftlichen Nutzung besetzter Gebiete (unter besonderer Erwaegung des Nutzens der Barzahlung und der zweckmaessigsten Ausgestaltung der Zahlungsmittel waehrend der Besetzung), um 1938, Manuskript zu “Barzahlung und Zahlungsmittelversorgung…”, 145 S., Literaturverzeichnis, Anmerkungen von John Zube, 5 S., 36x, PP 531.

HOMAN, ROSS L., Hydroponic – Pflanzen ohne Land, 1947, 2 S., in PP 1290/91p201&209.

HOME BIRTHS, See: FOSTER, SARAH E., Free Choice in Home Birth, 1p, in PP 1356.


HOME SCHOOLING IN QUEENSLAND, 8pp of leaflets, in PP 1130.


HOME SCHOOLING, PP 961, 968, 1130. See: LORANGER, LORI, Home Schools: Alternative to government indoctrination, 1p, in PP 493.

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

HOME SCHOOLING: BOLICK, CLINT, The home schooling movement, 6pp, in PP 1430/31: 179.HOME, STEWART, The Assault on Culture & Double Headed Monster! – Neoist Manifesto, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1164.

HOMEBIRTHS, See: BRODSKY, ARCHIE, Homebirth, Midwifery, & Freedom of Choice, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 315.

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

HOMELESS: CREATIVE SHELTER, 1p, reprinted from HOME FOR THE HOMELESS, an 80pp booklet distributed by Holy Terra Church (Bill Kaysing), in PP 1171.

HOMELESSNESS & WELFARE, 1031, 1117, 1139, 1171, see HOUSING.

HOMETOWN MONEY DIRECTORY, I/1, October 94, “A resource list and directory of community currencies”, 2pp, in PP 1239. – What is needed, still more so, is a resource list and full text reproductions of all the texts that should be studied to make it more likely for more such experiments to succeed. – J.Z.

HOMOSEXUALITY, PP 688, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 69).

HOMOSEXUALITY, See: KENNISON, DAVID, Epistemology vs. Homosexuality. The Case for Heterosexuality, 1p: 105, in PP 1498.

HOMOSEXUALS, See: YOUNG, IAN, Gays in the History of Anarchism, 1976 talk, 1p extract: BAKUNIN & NECHAEV: 76, in PP 501.

HONDERICH, TED, The Use of the Basic Propositions of Justice, MIND 84, Jan. 1975, 63-78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p212. Headed: Rawl’s Social Contract.

HONEST MONEY FOR AMERICA, Sen. Jack Metcalf, ed. by Laurie Schock, Vol. 5, No. 3: Federal Reserve Update, October 1988, 10pp, in PP 1240. Only sample of this newsletter on hand.


HONESTY IN MONEY: PAUL, RON, Honesty in Money, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1345. – There are many forms of honesty in monetary matters, different from those of the gold bugs. But they are usually ignored by them. They even manage to ignore, largely, gold units for clearing and accounting only and as OPTIONAL means of payment for a debtor who wants to pay in them and a creditor who wants to accept them, as opposed, to an obligation for a debtor, to pay in them, although he does not have enough of THIS kind of means of payment and a legal right of the creditor, to demand it and to refuse any other settlement arrangement that the debtor could offer, which would be just to both sides. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

HONG KONG REFUGEES TORCH CAMP, Sun Herald clipping from the 12/May, 96, 1pp, in PP 1377: 125.


HOOD, JOHN, Education: Money Isn’t Everything, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

HOOD, JOHN, Why College Costs Are Rising, 5pp, THE FREEMAN, November 1988, in PP 1323: 121. – An updated index to all articles in this journals is, alas, still amiss. I would gladly microfiche if it became too large for book publication. J.Z., 6.6.96.

HOOD, JOHN, Why College Costs Are Rising, THE FREEMAN, Nov. 88, in PP 1409/10: 5pp 411.

HOOD, ROBERT E., Talent, 5pp: 285, in PP 1529-33. – What chances do talents have now while there is no fully free and developed market for talents and ideas, world-wide? – J.Z. 22.11.98.

HOOPER, WYNNARD, The Influence of State Borrowing on Commerical Crises, 1894, 20pp, 29x, in PP 371.HOOPS, WALTER, We Honor…. (freethinkers). A mini book, No. 1, an AR Enterprise, Sep. 67, St. Louis, 32pp, with short write-ups on Walt Whitman, Benjamin Franklin, Horace Mann, George Santayana, Rolf Hochhuth, Thomas Henry Huxley, Immanuel Kant, Heinrich Heine, Thomas Alva Edison, Michel de Montaigne & Henry Louis Mencken, in PP 468.

HOOVER INSTITUTION, 2 clippings, 3pp, in PP 816.

HOOVER, GLEN E., The Free Trade Issue in the USA, from “The Free Trader”, 12/55, 29x, in PP 620.

HOOVER, HERBERT, See: MINTZ, FRANK, Herbert Hoover. Recent Historians’ Appraisals of Herbert Hoover’s Domestic Policies, 5pp: 481; 5pp: 515, in PP 1457/62.

HOOVER, HERBERT, The Uncommon Man, 2pp, in PP 957.

HOPE, R.M., The Right of Peaceful Assembly, published by Council for Civil Liberties, n.d., 12pp, in PP 1400: 122.


HOPKINS, ANTHONY G., Property Rights and Empire Building: Britain’s Annexation of Lagos, 1861, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY 40, Dec. 80, 777-789, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1585, headed: Lagos and Colonial Property Rights.

HOPMAN, C.S., 1.) Die Allgemeine Tauschwirtschaft, Script fuer ein Videoband, 1985?, 18pp, 2.) to John Zube, 29.June 86, 3.) circular to friends, 7 Feb. 86, 4.) address compilation for this circle, 5.) THE COMMUNITY COOPERATION COORDINATOR, Outlines I & II, 30pp each, 48x, all in PP 645.

HOPMAN, C.S., 1.) to KINNEY, Mark, 18 Dec. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741, 2.) to KINNEY, Mark, 30 Aug. 86, 2pp, 29x, in PP 741, 3.) to ZUBE, John, 29 June 86, 2pp, 29x, in PP 741, 4.) Liberating Purpose, 10 basic freedoms, 1985, 48x, in PP 589/590, 5.) Some letters on monetary reform, 29x, in PP 586/587.

HOPMAN, C.S., A Way Out Of Our Monetary Mess – And How We Got Into It, 8pp, a new CCC outline, August/September 1986, with some correspondence, 12pp, 36x, in PP 656. 4pp, 29x, in PP 741.

HOPMAN, C.S., Ending Ego-nomics, May 88, 14pp, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., Facing Reality – The Demise of Token Money, 16pp, 1.1.88, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., Getting the CCC off the Ground, 4 Oct. 86, 4pp, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., L’economie libree, Feb. 88, 21pp, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., On Not Going Bananas in the Pacific (What do do with New Caledonia), Nov. 88, 16pp, in PP 810.

HOPMAN, C.S., Papers and Correspondence regarding the CCC system, the LETS system and monetary reformm 1986-1988, compiled by John Zube, 126pp, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., Project for the Utilization of Ocean Resources, with some correspondence between the author and J.Z, 29x, PP 578.

HOPMAN, C.S., Some Suggestions for Good Living in Future, 14pp, Dec. 86, in PP 802.

HOPMAN, C.S., The “Community Co-operation Co-ordinator” Computer Game, An Implementation of the Generalized Barter Economy, 98 pp, 1985, 29x, in PP 577.

HOPMAN, C.S., The Community Co-operation Co-ordinator, Volume III, Generative Agreement for a Regulated System of Social Order, 1985, 74 pp, 24x, PP 588.

HOPMAN, C.S., The Generalized Barter Economy, volumes I & II, 1985, 364pp. “No Inflation. No Depressions. No Unemployment. Runs on Microcomputers”. 42x, PP 557.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, Economics and Enlightenment, 28pp, with bibliography, in PP 1255.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, Pluto and Demeter in the Pacific, 1993, 32pp, with bibliography, in PP 1255. – An alternative title might be: Politics, even more dirty than usual. The French nuclear tests may just be a cover-up operation for the burying of radioactive garbage. – J.Z.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, The Book of Future Changes, Living in Balance in the Electronic Age, 1988, 157pp in PP 1118 & 1119. 2pp ISI flyer on Conrad Hopman’s system in PP 890.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, The Community Cooperation Coordinator, 4pp, in PP 25.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, The Community Cooperation Coordinator, 4pp, in PP 25.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, to ALBERY, NICHOLAS, n.d., Feb. 90? 1p, in PP 1255.


HOPMAN, CONRAD, to DEAR FRIENDS, circular, 21.2.90, 1p, in PP 1255.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, to HOTSON, J., Prof, Feb. 90? 1p, in PP 1255.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, to KINNEY, MARK, Feb. 90? 1p, in PP 1255.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, to VICKMAN, LEON L., Feb. 90? 1p, in PP 1255.

HOPMAN, CONRAD, to ZUBE, JOHN, n.d., 1990, 1p, in PP 1255.

HORE-LACY, IAN, Creating Common Wealth, 4pp flyer only for the book, in PP 890.

HOREY, JEREMY, Banks: on line or dinosaurs? 96, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 240.

HORIN, ADELE, Jamaica’s pot smokers dispel some myths – and may prompt U.S. reforms, 1p, source? date?, in PP 1362/63: 196 & PP 1378/81: 465, – Is this custom one of those which has held Jamaica’s development back? – J.Z.

HORIZON, News and views from WIL, WOMEN FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, from first issue, July 1980, to July 81, 22pp, 29x, in PP 384.

HORN, J.E., BANKFREIHEIT, 1867, 451 S., with a 2pp comment by J.Zube, 29x, in PP 333.

HORN, J.E., La Liberte des Banques, 1866, 464pp, 48x, in PP 601.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., An Open Letter to American Blacks, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., An Open Letter to Russell Kirk, March 23, 1990, 7pp, The Future of Freedom Foundation, Denver, in PP 1,011. (I would not mind reproducing more or all material of this foundation but should I beg for its material? I certainly cannot pay for the output of the ca. 60 pro-freedom think tanks in the U.S. but hold, that for space savings alone, and to keep their material in print and to be able to make it available cheaply, e.g. to the former communist countries, they themselves ought to resort to microfilming all their output and sell this output not at as irrationally high prices as the HERITAGE FOUNDATION does, for its literature. J.Z.)

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., An Open Letter to Russell Kirk, March 23, 1990, 8pp, FFF, in PP 1255.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Christianity and Freedom, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Crime in America, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., December 7, 1941: The Infamy of FDR, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Dismantling America’s Military Empire, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Dying for Freedom in Panama, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., FDR & the End of Economic Liberty, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Fighting Plunder with Plunder in Poland, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Forget the Alamo ( And the Flag)!, 1990, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Gun Control, Patriotism & Civil Disobedience, 5pp, in PP 499, 6pp, in PP 1445: 82.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Hepburn vs. Grisworld, 2pp, on legal tender, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., JFK, the CIA & Conspiracies, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Locking out the Immigrant, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Players and Pawns: The Persian Gulf War, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Playing Monopoly in the Real World, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Principles and the Constitution, April 25, 1990, 2pp, FFF, in PP 1255.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Push the Button, 2pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Race, Power & Repatriation, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Racism, Control, and Rock and Roll, 6p, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Reflections on National Service, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Seeking Security in a Government-Guaranteed World, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Spending our Way to Prosperity, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Compromise of Silence, Feb. 23, 1990, 4pp, FFF, in PP 1255. I would like to film all the essays and quotations in his monthly diaries but so far I have got only a few of them. – J.Z.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Constitution & the Rule of Law, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Legacy of Leonard E. Read, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Much-Coveted WW II, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Preservation of the Bureaucracy, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The REAL Free-Market Approach to Health Care, I, 8pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Sanctity of Private Property, part 2, 5pp, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The U.S. Government: Guilty As Charged, 1990, 5pp, on drugs, in PP 1,027.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., The Vietnam War, 6p, in PP 499.

HORNBERGER, JACOB G., Tyranny at the State and Local Level, 5pp, in PP 499. – All the articles of the FUTURE OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION combined and alphabetized would, as well, form already the beginnings of a libertarian encyclopaedia. But I can’t afford to buy them and seem to be unable to get them in exchange for some of my microfiche. – Anyhow, that saves me some labour and funds. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

HORNE, Stephen, Resurgence, A New Approach to Liberation, 1p, 1975, 29x, in PP 724.

HORNE, THOMAS A., Envy and Commercial Society: Mandeville and Smith on Private Vices, Public Benefits, POLITICAL THEORY 5, Nov. 81, 551-569, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1570, headed: Vicious Motivations & Commercial Society.

HORNER, CHARLES, The Facts about Terror, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p25.

HORNER, LEONARD S., Jurors Can Judge Laws as Well as Law Breakers, clipping, 1986, 1p, in PP 1,018.

HORRIGAN, JACK ALLEN, A Review of Money, 1967, 3pp, 29x, in PP 586/587.

HORRIGAN, Jack Allen, The Meaning of Economic Education in Large Populations, 1969, 29pp, 29x, in PP 713.

HORWITZ, MORTON J., The Legacy of 1776 in Legal and Economic Thought, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 19, Oct. 76, 621-632, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p499, headed: Law without Justice?

HORWITZ, STEVEN & BODENHORN, HOWARD, A Property Rights Approach to Free Banking, Feb. 94, 31pp, in PP 1183.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, A Constitutional Perspective on the Origins of the Fed, 1990, 27pp, in PP 1184.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, Damsels, White Knights, and Interstate Banking, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, Review of the Gold Standard, 3pp, in AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS NEWSLETTER, Summer 87, 3pp, in PP 803.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, Safety, Service, and Stability: Interstate Banking for the Midwest and Beyond, 1989, 31pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, The Panic of 1893: Evidence of Two Conflicting Theories of Money, 3rd. draft, Sep. 1987, 27pp, in PP 1184.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, The Panic of 1907: More Evidence on Private Money, 4th draft, 1987, 21pp, in PP 1184.

HORWITZ, STEVEN, The Private Basis of Monetary Order: An Evolutionary Approach to Money and the Market Process, a 1989 dissertation, 407pp, in PP 1183.

HOSCHEIDT, DAVID, Hillary and Me: A Confession, 1p, on health care & the Cato book Patient Power, in PP 1318/1319 : 196.

HOSKINS, RICHARD KELLY, Zinstragendes gegen Freigeld, aus DIAGNOSEN, 2 S., in PP 803.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Anarchy or Limited Government? 1976, 24pp, 117, in PP 1452. – Both – but each only for its supporters! – J.Z.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Death of a Free Nation, 1981, 2pp, on Na-Griamel, in PP 958.

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

HOSPERS, JOHN, Dr., Background on the New Hebrides Situation, 10pp: 245, in PP 1506/07.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Forthcoming Courses, 1991, 1p, in PP 1132. Are any of these lectures audio or video recorded, printed or microfilmed? I admire his ethical discussions, however incomplete they are regarding certain individual rights, but not his economics or politics. However, should one expect more from a philosopher than from a professional economist or political scientist? – J.Z.

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

HOSPERS, JOHN, Freedom and Utopias, 15pp: 418, in PP 1529-33. – There are pro-freedom utopias as well. Alas, they constitute only a small fraction of the lot. One more reason to sufficiently publish all of these. – J.Z.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Hospers On Crime and the FBI, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 18.HOSPERS, JOHN, Hospers Replies, 1p: 35. Hospers on Rothbard’s Rebuttal, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 54.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Interview, by ERGO, 1p, in PP 276: 94.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Libertarianism in the New Hebrides, 8pp, n.d., in PP 958.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Libertarianism, A Political Philosophy for Tomorrow, 1975, review in 16-18.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Libertarianism, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Na-Griamel’s Freedom Fight, 3pp, in PP 958. – 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 473.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Review of: QUIGLEY, CARROLL, The World since 1939 & ALLEN, GARY: None Dare Call it Conspiracy, 3pp: 54, in PP 1468.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Review of: SOLZHENITSYN, ALEXANDR, The Gulag Archipelago, 2p: 73, in PP 1468.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Review of: TAYLOR, RICHARD, Freedom, Anarchy and the Law, 1p: 23, in PP 1468.

HOSPERS, JOHN, Rothbard’s Liberty Reviewed, Review, 17pp, of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Ethics of Liberty, 1982, 278pp: 318, in PP 1529-33.

HOSPERS, JOHN, See: RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Review of: HOSPERS, JOHN, editor, Readings in Introductory Philosophical Analysis, 1p: 56, in PP 1468.

HOSPERS, JOHN, The Academy vs. the Market Place, 19pp: 402, in PP1529-33.

HOSPERS, JOHN, The Literature of Ethics in the Twentieth Century, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 37pp, in PP 1202p1033.HOTCHKISS, ED, How to Hunt Unicorns, 9pp: 171, in PP 1506/07. – Short story.

HOUGH, Michael, Natural Ethics and the Origins of War, 1986, LA Philosophical Notes, No. 6, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

HOUSEHOLD AUTONOMY, 594. Compare also, ODD MAN OUT, LIVING FREE. – A NYC friend has a self-sufficiency reference library of ca. 5,000 volumes and is duplicating it at home, in jacket fiche, for his children & himself, with materials cost per fiche of 70 – 140 pages running at 38 cents. So far he has produced more than 1300 of such fiche. Afterwards he will sell the books – and will be more mobile, too. – J.Z.



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



HOUSING, PP 202, 397, 1034, 1103, 1105.

HOUSING, See: BLOCK, WALTER, No More “Adults Only” Rental Accommodation, 1p: 102, in PP 1515.

HOUSING, See: JOHNSON, M. BRUCE, The Housing Crisis: How to Help the Rich and Harm the Poor through Environmental Regulation, 1p: 16, in PP 1469.

HOUSING, See: RILEY, DON, British Government Bias against Commercial Property and in Favour of Subsidized Housing, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 74, 4pp: 19, in PP 1487.

HOUSING, See: RILEY, DON, Kiwi Property Developer in London: Why the Government Should Get out of Housing, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 61. – Has anyone ever calculated how many square meters in office space the government occupies for each of its involuntary tribute payers? – Also, how much the average taxpayer is taxed to pay rent for buildings leased by government offices? – They should be able to easily relate these government costs to their own living space and rents. – J.Z., 30.9.97. See: RENT CONTROL, SLUM CLEARING.

HOUSING, See: SHERMAN, ALFRED, Council Housing’s Crumbling Foundations, 15pp, 85, in PP 1450.

HOUSING, See: TOWNES, JOHN, A Fund to Help Home Buyers, NY Times, 15.11.87, 1p: 103, in PP 1493. – Buckminster Fuller reckoned that we could and should mass – produce homes like we do cars – and could do so at about the same costs. If that is true then housing finance would be much less of a problem. Under monetary freedom jobs would be much easier to get locally, so one would not have to buy land where it is very dear and then commute to one’s job. The abolition of zoning and building restrictions, inflation and taxation would also make a great difference. – J.Z., 23.5.98.

HOUSING, See: TUCKER, WILLIAM, Home Economics: The Housing Crisis that Overregulation Built, 1p excerpt from POLICY REVIEW: 85, in PP 1499.

HOUSING, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, A Housing Market Problem? 2pp: 12,in PP 1515.

HOUSING: BUBB, FRANK, Public Housing and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 220.HOUSING: LACK, LARRY, Yurt: Alternative Home, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 77. – Presently, in Western countries, few local governments would permit it. – J.Z.

HOUSING: PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War, Gimme Shelter, Part II, 2pp on self-built shelters, largely underground: 1270. Part III, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1314.

HOWARD, JOHN A., The Moral Equivalent of Power, 8pp: 55, in PP1529-33.

HOWARD, MICHAEL, War and the Nation-state, DAEDALUS 108, Fall 79, 101-110, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p795, headed: War, State, and Nation.HOWARD, ROBERT & SINGLETON, JOHN, Rip Van Australia, here only in a 3pp review, by Michael Baume, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p203.

HOWE, E.W., Sinner Sermons. A Selection of the Best Paragraphs of E.W. Howe, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1926, 64pp, LBB No. 992, in PP 1209.

HOWE, FREDERIC C., Way Toward the Model City, 10pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

HOWE, JOHN S., The Role of Patents in a Free Society, 3pp: 56, in PP 1479.

HOWE, KENNETH, “Reregulation” Is Watchword of ’90s, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

HOWE, PETER, Extending books’ shelf life, 1996 clipping on a “book” whose pages can be loaded and reloaded with any text at all, from Wordsworth to Web pages, 1p: 109, in PP 1491. – In other words, electronic screens in more conventional form. – I am in the habit of reading several books, alternately, at a time. If, for each of them I had to get one of these screening books…. – But then electronic memory seems to grow almost without limits. Tiny handheld devices, with a small screen, do already permit the loading of books, up to about 1 MB and to scroll up book pages on its screens. Early this year I met someone who loaded up all Sherlock Holmes stories from his business computer into this shirt-pocket sized reader and then reads them from it, anywhere and anytime when he is not otherwise busy. Gutenberg Press and Books on Line offer now, between them, ca. 9,000 titles. – A few of them are of interest to freedom lovers, too. When will freedom lovers make all their pages so accessible, instead of just dreaming about it or expecting me to do it for them? – J.Z.

HOWELL, BILL, Crime and Punishment in Texas, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 324.

HOWELL, BILL, The Solar Energy Alternative, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 348.

HOWELL, CRAIG, Policeman of the World, 3pp: 418, in PP 1457/62.

HOWELL, GEORGE, Liberty for Labour, 37pp, 36x, in PP 202.

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

HOWELL, WILLIAM, Paul is a Conservative, not a Libertarian, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 185. – On Ron Paul.

HOWIE, Prof., On Innovation and Reform in Teaching, 1968, 2pp, 29x, in PP 713.

HOY, Anthony, Farm Sector Finds a New Road to Revival, 1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 723.

HOY, MICHAEL, Some Questions and Remarks for Libertarian Defenders of So-Called Property, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 85.

HOY, SENNA, Ibsen, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.

HOY, SENNA, See: KAMPF, in PP 1356.

HPV, Official Newsletter of the International Human Powered Vehicle Association, January 1994, 16pp, in PP 1233. Liberty has many aspects. Some small ones are often overlooked. – J.Z.

HUBBARD, ELBERT, A Little Journey to the Home of Thomas Paine, 31pp, in PP 1163.

HUBBARD, ELBERT, A Message to Garcia, 1913, 6pp, 29x, in PP 522.

HUBBARD, ELBERT, Jesus was an Anarkist. I am an Anarkist, n.d., 7pp, in Libertarian Anthology, 29x, in PP 392.

HUBBARD, L. RON, Executive Directive, LRH 307 INT, on drugs, in 1980, 1p, in PP 1395: 77.

HUBBARD, RON & ZUBE, JOHN, Centralization of all Capital Cities in one International City? 2pp, 1966, 24x, in PP 7. (The founder of the Scientology movement did make some interesting social reform proposals which his followers, however, have neither developed nor even discussed, to my knowledge. – J.Z.)

HUBEN, MIKE, Editor, Critiques of Libertarianism, here only in the home-page hints: mhuben@world.std.com – Started in 1994, updated in October 1998, with note by John Zube, 4pp, in PP 1535: 44.

HUBER, HEINRICH, Vereinfachung und Verfeinerung der Lenkungsarbeit durch bildhafte Aufzeichnung von Betriebsdaten nach System ETA, 2 S., Betriebsrationalisierung,, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 172. – Wieviele “software” Programme dieser Art gibt es jetzt? – J.Z., 29.9.97.

HUDGES, G.E.F., Abortion: From Aristotle to Mahoud Assher of London, 10pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p184.

HUDSON, GARY C., The Free Ports of Earth – Floating Cities of Sea and Space, 4pp, in PP 984, also in PP 1,020.

HUDSON, KEITH, Individualism & Social Ties, an extract from a letter, 3pp, in PP 1423: 32.

HUDSON, THOMAS, Atlantis, 1p, on establishing a sovereign libertarian city in the Atlantic, 1p: 6, in PP 1465.

HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Herbert Spencer, 1st. ed., 1895, 343pp, in PP 828.

HUEBNER, BOB, January 1986, 2pp, “Dear Prospective Emancipatee”, in PP 1,015.

HUEBNER, OTTO, Die Banken, 1854, 476pp, Free Banking Series, 42x, PP 566.

HUEWE, JOSEF and ZUBE, KURT, 14.5.85, 2 S., in PP 1329: 169, Beschwerde ueber Abdruck.

HUFELAND, CHRISTIAN, Dr., Die Kunst das menschliche Leben zu verlaengern, Bericht, 1 S., ueber ein Buch fast 200 Jahre alt! Lebenskunst, Lebensverlaengerung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 148.

HUGGON, JIM, SPEAKERS’ CORNER, an anthology, with a foreword by Philip Sansom, 100pp, 29x, PP 228.

HUGHAN, JESSIE WALLACE, Pacifism and Invasion, 38pp, & On Duelling, 3pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

HUGHES, FRANK, How to Fire a Professor. A Case History in “Academic Freedom”, 4pp, in PP 1411/12: 145.

HUGHES, JONATHAN R.T., Progressives and the Impact of World War I, in: The Governmental Habit: Economic Controls from Colonial Times to the Present, N.Y., Basic Books, 1977, 133-145, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p414, headed: Regulation and the Warfare State.


HUGHES, ROBERT, 1381 Revisited: The Tragedy of the Poll Tax, 1990, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 49, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HUGO, VICTOR, Les Miserables, 1p review by Jesse F. Knight, in PP 1367/68: 53.

HUGO, VICTOR, See: KNIGHT, JESSE K., Purpose & Responsibility in the Novels of Victor Hugo, 5pp: 476, in PP 1457/62.

HUIE, A.G., Natural Rights, 1969, 6 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

HUIE, A.G., Single Tax in N.S.W., 3pp, in PP 1265.

HULBERT, MARK, The Decline and Fall of the American Dollar, 4pp, in PP 1165.

HULL, Walter Henry, ed., Practical Problems in Banking and Currency, selected addresses delivered in recent years by prominent bankers, financiers and economists, 1907, 8 articles extracted in PP 745.

HUMAN EVENTS, January 1962, Special Issue, The Case Against SOCIALIZED MEDICINE, 16pp, reduced, incomplete, various authors, 29x, in PP 895.

HUMAN EVENTS, Leaflet, 1 page, on which 100 conservatives express their views on its first 25 years. Extreme magnification would be needed if you actually want to read their views on it. Since such praise rarely contains positive ideas, I did not bother to magnify and hand-correct the tiny and flawed print. But I liked much of what I have seen of this journal, whenever, very rarely, I did come across a copy & had time to browse in it. Kraus International Publications offers at least the years 1944-62 & 67-70, on microfiche, but at a high price. – Regarding microfiche the conservatives may be less conservative than libertarians and anarchists are. Another and more legible 1p adv. is on sheet 171, in PP 1457/62. – It might cost HUMAN EVENTS less to get ALL of its back issues microfiched, through a micrographic agency, than Kraus IP charges for one incomplete set. Then H.E. could get duplicates made and offer them for sale on its own account. It would have to get them produced them only upon demand, in small batches, just like I do, i.e., with a minimum outlay and risk. Will it be as “progressive” or conservative towards its own back issues as that? Could it persuade at least a significant number of its conservative fans to resort to microfiche reading? Would it recognize its chance to publish additional books and pamphlets in this way? – J.Z.

HUMAN NATURE & CAPITALISM, See: CRUM, RICHARD H. Capitalism and Human Nature, 5pp: 519, in PP 1529-33.

HUMAN RIGHTS CLAIMS THAT ARE NOT GENUINE, see Beckerath’s 10 points of 6 Dec. 60, in 589/90.HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTION, 1995, called A Festival of Rights, 6pp program, sent by L.A., in PP 479.

HUMAN RIGHTS DECLARATIONS, See: READ, LEONARD E., Every Person Should Be Free…, 1p: 456, in PP 1529-33. – His short human rights declaration. – Let individuals also be free to choose, for themselves only, a condition of non-freedom, as long as they can stand it. See: ON PANARCHY. – J.Z.

HUMAN RIGHTS DRAFT, by U.v.Beckerath, E.M. Zube & J. Zube, 29x, in PP 506, 36x in PP 61-63, 24x in PP 4, 48x in PP 589/590.HUMAN RIGHTS vs. PROPERTY RIGHTS? 679. HUMAN RIGHTS, 4, 16-18, 61-63, 174/76, 386, 399-401, 418/19p288, 506, 589, 590, 616/17, 683/85, 740, 864, 918, 931, 961, 995, 1006, 1010, 1020, 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 7, Foreing Policy Perspectives 18), 1124, 1132, 1139, 1170, see MONETARY FREEDOM, RIGHTS, NATURAL LAW, NATURAL RIGHTS, LAW, LEGISLATION, MILITIA.

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

HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, ISHR, 2pp leaflet of a National Section of Die Internationale Gesellschaft fuer Menschenrechte, in PP 1,006. (According to my experience it is hard to interest these people in INDIVIDUAL & ECONOMIC rights. – J.Z.)


HUMAN RIGHTS, MILITIA, TORTURE, RESISTANCE, SOLDIERS: Rights Soldier Faces Jail Term, clipping, May 95, 1/4p, in PP 1239, about a soldier concerned about the torture of political prisoners in Haiti. No matter how wrongful governments acts, they still have the law on their side, especially against those who actively resist them. Any effective and rightful volunteer militia must be inspired by and organized in accordance with individual rights. – J.Z.

HUMAN RIGHTS, Natural Law, in PP 961. See Natural Law.

HUMAN RIGHTS, Postpischil, Eric & Committee for the Bill of Rights, in PP 961.


HUMAN RIGHTS, See: ANONYMOUS, Ethical Theory, Ethics, Human Rights, Literature. Bibliography, Survey of Websites and Bibliographies, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1534: 90. – I miss a survey of discussions of genuine individual human rights. – J.Z.

HUMAN RIGHTS, See: ASHFORD, NIGEL, Human Rights: What they Are & what they Are not, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 139.HUMAN RIGHTS, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., Human Rights and Human Liberties, 1p review by JACK WHEELER, in PP 1367/68: 132.

HUMAN RIGHTS, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., Natural Law and Its Critics, discussion, 1p: 157, in PP 1463/64.

HUMAN RIGHTS, See: MILLER, FRED D., Jr. & STEINBAUER, PATRICK, A New Defense of Natural Rights, Review of: VEATCH, HENRY, Human Rights: Fact or Fancy? Baton Rouge: Lousiana State U.P., 1985, 4pp: 135, in PP 1463/64.

HUMAN RIGHTS, See: SULLIVAN, MARK A., Last Rights, 2pp: 26, in PP 1505.

HUMAN RIGHTS, See: THORNLEY, KERRY WENDELL, Human Rights and Rational Behaviour, 3pp: 23, in PP 1505. – He defines “rights” as “what humans need IN ORDER TO FUNCTION RATIONALLY.” Also: “Rights are the maintenance requirements of the machine known as the human animal.” – I would rather say that they are self-responsibilities that make self-maintenance possible and easy, IF ALL the economic individual rights are included as well. – J.Z., 27.5.98.

HUMAN RIGHTS: POLLS, DAVID, Human Rights and the Draft, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 320.

HUMAN RIGHTS: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Rights of Man, 2pp, in PP 1376: 33.

HUMAN RIGHTS: WALKER, KARL, Demokratie und Menschenrechte, 1947, 104 S., in PP 1360: 21. – Er tritt hier ein fuer Experimentierfreiheit fuer Minderheiten, z.B. auf S. 100. Vergl. “On Panarchy”.

HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, THE, A Research and Study Guide, Published by the INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES. Originally edited by DAVID M. HART. INCOMPLETE. For years I tried in vain to get a complete set, e.g. from its former editor and by a visit to the Institute. The first one who sends me a missing copy, in original or, better still, an excellent photocopy, can get 5 LMP microfiche of his choice in return. I am no longer willing to delay any further the fiching of the copies that I do have on hand: I/1 -4; II/1-4; III/1 & 2; IV/1-3; V/1 & 2; VI/1 & 2 ( Winter 1988-89), 244pp 1-244, in PP 1463/64.

HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, Vol. 9, no. 1, Summer 1994, 14pp, in PP 1541/42: 253.


HUMANISM, PP 1076. (In Dutch?)

HUMANIST SOCIETY, NSW, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 724.

HUMANISTISCHE PARTEI, 14pp, 36x, in PP 876.

HUMANITIES CLUB, Univ. of Technology, Sydney, Beyond Social Control: Strategies for Struggle, June 10-11, 1989, introductory leaflet to conference, 6pp, with conference programme, 2pp, 29x, in PP 873.

HUMBOLDT, WILHELM von, Der Staat, voller Titel: Ideen zu einem Versuch die Grenzen der Wirksamkeit des Staates zu bestimmen, 1792, mit 8 S. Einleitung des Herausgebers, Alexander von Gleichen- Russwurm, 212 S., 29x, in PP 395.

HUMBOLDT, WILHELM von, The Sphere and Duties of Government, translated by Joseph Coulthard, 1854, 203pp, 24x, PP 205. (“Ideas in an attempt to define the limits of the effectiveness of the State” – is a more accurate rendition of the original German title. – J.Z.)

HUMBOLDT, WILHELM von, Vom Geiste der Menschlichkeit, 153 S., mit 1 S. Anmerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, 29x, in PP 426.

HUME, DAVID, Essais sur le commerce, le luxe, l’argent, de l’argent, les impots, le credit public etc., in PP 778-783.

HUME, DAVID, Von der Freiheit der Presse, 5pp, in PP 1357.

HUME, DAVID, Von der Unabhaengigkeit des Parlaments, 7pp, in PP 1357.

HUME, DAVID, Von Parteien ueberhaupt, 9pp, in PP 1357: 101.

HUMMEL, J.R., Legalization of Heroin, in pp 21-24 of PP 15, 24x.

HUMMEL, JEFF, Inflation: The Federal Con Game, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 354.

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.

HUMMEL, JEFF, War: Greatest Threat to Liberty, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 346.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGER, An Open Letter to Libertarians, critical of Clark’s campaign, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS & RICHMAN, SHELDON, Nuclear War Fighting and the Logic of Deterrence, 3pp, in PP 1297.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, A Revisionist View of the Origin of WW II in Europe ( only the continuance of a previous issue! ), 7pp, in PP 1249.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Artificial Fluoridation, Part I, Compulsory Mass – Medication, 1p, in PP 1249.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Debunking the Soviet Threat, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 691.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, In Defence of Libertarian Political Action, 84, 11pp, in PP 1297.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Legalization of Heroin, 2pp, 1970, in PP 1362/63: 127.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Libertarianism vs. Collective Equality, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 173.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Privatize Deposit Insurance, 2pp, THE FREEMAN, 7/89, in PP 904.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Should We Repudiate the National Debt? 2pp, in PP 277/278: 38.

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

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, The Influence of Col. House on American History (1), 2pp: 141; (2), 4pp: 153, in PP 1404/06. – 10pp, in PP 1249.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, The War in Vietnam, I, 2pp, in PP 1249.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Vietnam Revisited, 8pp, in PP 1249.

HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, War: The Health of the State, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 911.

HUMMELL, JEFF, & SMITH, L. NEIL, Libertarians View MIDEAST crisis, 1p each, 1980, in PP 1378/81: 308.

HUMPHREY, MARK, Wage and Price Controls, 4pp, in PP 1249.

HUMPHREYS, Dany, Are We Murdering Our Kids’ Minds? 1p, 1972, 36x, in PP 714

HUNDERT, E.J., Market Society and Meaning in Locke’s Political Philosophy, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, USA, 15, 1977, 33-44, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p49. Headed: Virtue and Status.

HUNDREDTH MONKEY EFFECT, A compilation of some remarks on the Hundredth Monkey Effect, as observed or stated e.g. by Ken Keyes, Jr., Lyall Watson et al, and refuted by others, 15pp, in PP 1072.

HUNEKER, JAMES, EGOISTS, A Book of Supermen, N.Y., 1909, 372pp, on Nietzsche, Ibsen & Stirner, among others, in PP 980.

HUNT, DANIEL H., Chairman, Ontario Libertarian Party, Dear Conservative Supporter, 2pp, n.d., in PP 1271 & PP 1318/1319: 249.

HUNT, LESTER H., “Generosity”, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY, 12, 1975, 235-244, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p176. Headed: Selfish Benevolence.

HUNT, LESTER H., On Improving Mankind by Political Means, paper delivered at the Liberty Fund – Reason Foundation sponsored Symposium on Virtue and Political Liberty, Santa Barbara, Cal., April 24-27, 1980, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1073, headed: Moral Education through Politics?

HUNT, LYNN, LANSKY, DAVID & HANSON, PAUL, The Failure of the Liberal Republic in France, 1795-1799: The Road to Brumaire,

HUNT, MORTON, Can Goodness Be Taught? 2pp, in PP 1238.

HUNTER, DIANE, Review of: SCHNEIR, MIRIAM, editor, Feminism: The Essential Historical Writings, 1p: 62, in PP 1468.

HUNTER, EDWARD, Indonesia’s Little Kremlin, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 305.

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

HUNTER, WILLIAM & W. GENE SMILEY, Wisconsins’s Looming Tax Increase, 1987, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

HUNTER, WILLIAM J., Discriminatory Effects of Wisconsisn’s Prevailing Wage Law, 1988, 20pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HUNTER, WILLIAM J., Economic Impact Studies: Inaccurate, Misleading, and Unnecessary, 1988, 20pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

HUNTFORD, ROLAND, The New Totalitarians, 1p review, by GARY MCGATH, in PP 276: 99.

HUNTING, CLAUDINE, The Philosophes and Black Slavery, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 39, July/Sep. 78, 405-418, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p409, headed: Enlightenment Liberalism vs. Slavery.

HURD, FRANK H., Free Trade, 9pp, 29x, in PP 602.

HURLEY, T., 1.) Idolgy, 10 pages, 1984, of his brand of anarchism, 29x, in PP 535, 2.) Submitted for your Consideration, (“Let Us Abandon the Titanic Ship of the State”), 7 pages, 29x, in PP 536.

HURLEY, T., 1.) Religious liberation and political liberation, 2.) Let’s Chat, 17pp, 29x, in PP 534.

HURMENCE GREEN, Ruth, Book of Ruth, The, 4pp extract from the 140pp book of bible criticism, 29x, in PP 634.

HUSEMEYER, LIBBY, Is Selfishness Moral? 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 228.

HUSTED, JAMES, Art, Analogy, and Access to the “Sense of Life”, 3pp: 121, in PP 1479.

HUSTED, RALPH W., The Moral Foundation of Freedom, 1987, 12pp, in PP 1,036.

HUSTON, MICHAEL B., Sunday Closing Laws: Experience, Rationales, and Consequences, 1985, 12pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

HUSTON, MICHAEL B., The Illinois Blue Lemon, 1985, 3pp, on Sunday closing laws, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

HUSZAR, GEORGE B. DE, Individual Liberties and “Humanities”, 5pp: 72, in PP 1529-33.

HUTCHEON, STEPHEN, China’s orphans in “death camps”, 1p, in PP 1305/1306 : 310.

HUTCHINSON HARRIS, S., Auberon Herbert: Crusader for Liberty, 1943, indexed, 382pp, 29x, in PP 767.

HUTCHINSON HARRIS, S., The Doctrine of Personal Right, 1935, 583pp, 42x, PP 483.

HUTCHINSON, A.R., Land Rent as Public Revenue in Australia, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381.

HUTCHINSON, A.R., Sir Stamford Raffles in Indonesia, Land Revenue System Applied in Java before Henry George, 4pp article, from Progress, Aug. 67, 29x, in PP 631.

HUTCHISON, T.W., Friedrich Engels and Marxist Economic Theory, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 86, April 78, 303-320, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p713, headed: Engels on Economics.

HUTSON, JAMES H., Country, Court and Constitution: Antifederalism and the Historians, THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 38, July 1981, 337-368, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1663, headed: Antifederalism: Country vs. Court.

HUTT RIVER PROVINCE of Secessionist Prince Leonard, PP 15, 589/90, 832, see ON PANARCHY.

HUTT RIVER PROVINCE, Bill of Rights, 1970, 5 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

HUTT RIVER PROVINCE, PRINCE LEONARD’S PRINCIPALITY, Australian Secessionist: Coins and Notes, in PP 787.

HUTT, W.H., The Keynesian Episode, Review only, 1p, in PATHFINDER: 24, in PP 1469.

HUTT, W.H., The Poor Who Were With Us, 8pp, in PP 995.

HUTT, W.H., The Strike-Threat System, review, by ROTHBARD, 1p: 24, in PP 1468.

HUTTEN, ERNEST H., Psychology & Subjectivity, 1990, 4pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

HUTTON, A.W., The Moral Argument Against Compulsory Vaccination, 1895, 9pp, 29x, in PP 403.

HUTTON, EDWARD F., The Incentive to Produce, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 204.

HUTTON, GRAHAM, Unfreedom and Inflation, an introduction to Roepke: Welfare, Freedom and Inflation, 1957, 11pp, 29x, in PP 357-358.

HUTTON, PATRICK H., The History of Mentalities: The New Map of Cultural History, HISTORY AND THEORY 20, no. 3, 1981, 237-259, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1780, headed: Mentalities as Cultural History.

HUTZELMAN, DAVID, Energy Crisis: Made in Washington, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 344.

HUXLEY, ALDOUS, A practical peace proposal which Chamberlain was not intelligent enough to comprehend and put into practice, 1p, in PP 835.

HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Science, Liberty and Peace, 1946, 57pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Vergnuegungen, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p71. From: “On the Margin, Notes and Essays”, Chatto and Windus, London.

HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Wissenschaft und Metaphysik, 1 S., Grenzwissenschaften, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 58. Was A.H. in “Ends & Means” berichtet ueber die Untersuchungen von H. Dubreuil, ueber autonome Produktionsgruppen, fand ich viel interessanter. – J.Z.

HUXLEY, THOMAS H., The Struggle for Existence in Human Society, 1888, 13pp, 29x, in PP 229.

HUXLEY, THOMAS, A Liberal Education, n.d., 32pp, LBB No.7, in PP 1208.

HYDATUM, Poll Tax, The, 1p leaflet, in PP 834.

HYDATUM, The Delight of Resource Economics, 2nd. ed. 4pp, by F. Bradbury, 29x, in PP 867.

HYDE, JOHN, Handouts hurt the poor with kindness, 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 723

HYDE, JOHN, M.P., The Year 2,000, A Radical Liberal Alternative, 1982, 23pp, in PP 916. (Not so radical! – J.Z.)

HYDE, JOHN, No-go Areas Impede Growth, 1p, A.9.1.95, in PP 1378/81: 488. – My local council prevents me from sub-dividing, through which I could gain ca. $ 60,000. – Many people want to live in Berrima – but access to land is largely blocked by confinement to minimum size: 1/2 acre. – J.Z.

HYDE, JOHN, Warning: The Intervention of the Nanny State is a Health Hazard, 1987 clipping, 36x, in PP 769.

HYDROGEN BOMB, PP 16-18, 408. See Collective Responsibility, War Aims, Deterrence, Nuclear Power, Gun Control.

HYNEMAN, CHARLES S. & LUTZ, DONALD S., American Political Writing during the Founding Era, 1760-1805, review only, 2pp, by CLARENCEB. CARSON: 502, in PP 1529-33.

HYSLOP, R.C., THE MAN, His Royal Highness, Prince Leonard, Sovereign of The Hutt River Province Principality, An Independent Sovereign State, since 1970, in Western Australia, n.d., 95pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XI, in PP 832.