K., ROY, A Comment on “Unarchy”, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 18.KACENA, V., One of Ours, 1956, 16pp; & Letter from a Friend, 38pp, n.d., on collective farming, in PP 497/498.

KADUSHINI, CHARLES, The American Intellectual Elite, 1p review by ROBERT SHERRILL, in PP 1367/68: 64.

KAESTNER, ERICH, Gedanken eines Kinderfreundes, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p34.

KAHL, GORDON W., Shootout in Medina. What really Happened, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1119.

KAHN, HERMAN, The Coming Boom, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 237pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 362, in PP 1529-33.


KALT, JOE, Anarchism Derived, 2pp, in PP 1425: 3.

KALT, JOE, Review of: LEVIN, IRA, This Perfect Day, 1p, in PP 1425: 13.

KAMALA, Christian Anarchists? Tracking the Problem to its Roots, 1p, in PP 473.

KAMENKA, EUGENE & HICKSON, JILL, 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. (I would rather see some great opportunities for EVERY writer, editor, publisher and reader, realized e.g. micrographically. Whatever medium or style you use, and however clumsily you might at first record any message that you think might be important for some, do try to get it recordable and retrievable in and from any medium that you can afford to use. And help establish ideas centers for the recording and retrieval of such messages. Lateron the popularizers can get to work on them. But they are often so much concerned with the appearance of a message that they have no time and energy left to try to improve its contents further. And so many of them spout merely brilliantly styled nonsense or trivia, like most poets do. – J.Z.)

KAMENKA, EUGENE & KRYGIER, MARTIN, Bureaucracy, the Career of a Concept, reviewed in 3pp by B.D. Beddie, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p216.

KAMINER, WENDY, Pornography and the First Amendment: Prior Restraint and Private Action, in: Take Back the Night: Women on Pornography, N.Y., William Morrow and Co., 1980, 241-247, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1588, headed: The First Amendment and Pornography. – If pornography were really a male slur upon women, why don’t feminists produce more pornographic slurs on men? Would sexually quite satisfied people be as interested in pornography? What factors do prevent at present the optimum in sexual pleasures for everybody? One should not attack symptoms but causes. Anyhow, I doubt that anyone could draw a dividing line between artistic beauty and pornography, which the censorious pretend does exist. – J.Z.


KAMPF, Zeitschrift fuer gesunden Menschenverstand, Herausgeber: Senna Hoy, unvollstaendig: Nr. 3, 20.2.1904, with pages 85/86 missing; 8, 26.3. 1904; 11, 21.4.1904 – 12, 30.4. 1904; 19, 24.2.1905 – 20, 3.3.1905; 23, 24.3.1905; 25, 7.4.1905, 283pp, in PP 1356: 283pp: 1- 72. – Eine fuer mich nicht interessante alte anarchistische deutsche Zeitschrift. Als Zeitdokument hat sie vielleicht fuer Einige etwas historisches Interesse. – J.Z., 2.12.96.

KANFER, FREDERICK H., Personal Control, Social Control, and Altruism, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST 34, March 79, 231-239, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p612, headed: Egocentric Altruism.

KANSAS CITY TIMES, Tax System Created a Fortune, 1p, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.


KANT, ETHICS, 201, 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 12). Already in Kant’s lifetime ca. 5,000 titles appeared on his philosophy. Many to most may have got it wrong. Ayn Rand and her followers certainly have, on everything but some obscure philosophical points. In essentials Kant was a radical but not fully consistent libertarian. But then who was, in his times? And who is, even today? Ayn Rand certainly was not. – J.Z.

KANT, IMMANUEL, 1.) Day of Atonement versus Victory Celebrations, just 13 lines, 2.) Standing Armies, 12 lines, 29x, in PP 1 & 2.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Beantwortung der Frage: Was ist Aufklaerung? 1784, 9 S., 36x, in PP 340.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Eternal Peace, 1795, edition by Carl J. Friedrich, 47pp, in PP 1130.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Eternal Peace, 1795, edition by Lewis White Beck, 77pp, in PP 1130.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Grundlegung zur Metaphysic der Sitten, 1785, 1933 Ausgabe von Karl Vorlaender, 95pp, mit 10 S. Anmerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, 136 S., 29x, in PP 398.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Idea for a Universal History with Cosmopolitan Intent, 1784, 16pp, in PP 1130.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Idee zu einer allgemeinen Geschichte in weltbuergerlicher Absicht (Idea to a General History with Cosmopolitan Aspirations), 1784, 18pp, 29x, in PP 524.

KANT, IMMANUEL, The Metaphysics of Morals, 3pp extract in KANT, IMMANUEL, Eternal Peace, 1795, edition by Lewis White Beck, 77pp, in PP 1130.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Theory and Practice. Concerning the Common Saying: This May Be True in Theory but Does not Apply to Practice, 1793, 18pp, in PP 1130.

KANT, IMMANUEL, What Is Enlightenment? 1784, 8pp, 29x, in PP 725.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Zum Ewigen Frieden, 1795, herausgegeben von Karl Kehrbach, 1881, 95 S., 29x, in PP 398.

KANT, IMMANUEL, Zum Ewigen Frieden, 1795, Mit Ergaenzungen aus Kants uebrigen Schriften und einer ausfuehrlichen Einleitung ueber die Entwicklung des Friedensgedankens, herausgegeben von Karl Vorlaender, 1913, 1919, in PP 789.

KANT, IMMANUEL: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Can Kant! 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 468. – You can only do so if you have not read or understood Kant’s philosophy of rights and liberties, which was one of the flaws of Ayn Rand. I once put relevant remarks by Kant side by side with those of Rand, to demonstrate this point. Rand knew nothing about Kant as a libertarian, atheist, human rights, peace militia advocate, constitutionalist and republican and misunderstood his general philosophy as well. Perhaps he wouldn’t have been so misunderstood if he hadn’t had to write under censorship. But if you are a careful libertarian reader, you will find many of his libertarian stands. – J.Z., 18.9.96.

KANT, PP 398, 789,

KAPLAN, JERRY, Anarchist Archives Project, with list of his collection, 61pp, in PP 1190.

KARELIN, A., Capital Punishment, 1923, 47pp, in RUSSIAN! Sheet 68, in PP 1492.

KAREZZA PRAXIS, Besprechung von: LLOYD, WILLIAM J., Karezza Praxis. Liebe als Austausch magnetischer Kraefte. Die Kunst ehelicher Liebe. Der Liebende als Kuenstler der Beruehrung, Uebersetzung von Werner Zimmermann, Rudolf Zitzmann Verlag, 1930, 142 S, 1 S., in PP 1328.

KARISCH, KARL-HEINZ, Selbst die Essenszeiten wurden eingehalten, 2 S., in PP 1326, F.R., 31.1.86. – Ueber eine anarchistische Konferenz, berichted in den ARNOLDSHEIMER PROTOKOLLEN.

KARLAN, DAN, to IMAD DEAN AHMAD, More Middle East Dialogue, an open letter to an open letter, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p111.

KARP, RICHARD, Haven Can’t Wait. What Every Tax Avoider Should Know, 2pp, in PP 1318/1319: 93.

KASAK, JOSEF, Ein besessener Geigenbauer, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 122. K.Z. war oft mehr an solchen “Ideen” interessiert als den hunderten von Sozialreform Ideen die Ulrich von Beckerath, 1882-1969, zusammengetragen oder konzipiert hatte, obwohl er ihn seit den dreissiger Jahren kannte! – So blind oder vorurteilsvoll koennen auch die sein, die glauben hauptsaechlich fuer wichtige Ideen zu leben. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

KASARNOWSKI, LEO an ARMAND, E., 1926, ueber Korrektur eines Berichtes ueber B.R. Tucker, 3 S., in PP 1329: 173.

KASARNOWSKI, LEO, Notiz, 26.11.1921, Berlin, ueber Mackay, Tucker, Stirner und ihre Verbindung, 1 S., in PP 1329: 181.

KASHER, BRIAN KEITH, compiler and editor: An Introduction to Computer Networking with PEACE NET, The World’s First International Computer Network for Peace, 1990, 114pp, in PP 966.

KASHER, BRIAN KEITH, Images of Global Peace, 1p leaflet, “Peace Release”, advertising a fiche of his under this name. Available from LMP for $ 1.

KASPER, WOLFGANG, Capital Xenophobia, Australia’s Controls of Foreign Investments, CIS, 1984, 95pp, 36x, in PP 719.

KASPER, WOLFGANG, JEFF BENNETT & RICHARD BLANDY, Fiji, Opportunity from Adversity? CIS Pacific Papers 1, 1988, 185pp, in PP 1147.

KASPERSKY, LEON, “Protos”, an introduction, p. 84 of PP 14, 24x.

KASSLER, MICHAEL, Flaws in Factories of Future, 1993, 1p clipping, in PP 1156. (Hierarchies, automation and computerization are, inherently, inadequate. J.Z.)

KASSLER, MICHAEL, Survey Explodes Myth of the Link to Jobless Queue, 1993, 1p clipping, defending machines, automation and robots, in PP 1146. People, if free, make unlimited voluntary work for each other. When white settlers came to Australia and the U.S., the natives had not a single paying job to offer to them. They had to provide for them themselves. The same applies, in principle, to all later immigrants, in any numbers. Now they have more jobs and more machines than ever before. More people, under freedom, means more job opportunities for everybody. Consumer wants are insatiable and always limp behind the short term productive capacity of those who want more, by exchanging it for their products and services. – All the myths on unemployment and their refutations, should be collected and publicized and all the truths, too. LMP welcomes all such contributions and offers already many, especially in its monetary freedom literature offer. – J.Z.

KASTLE, CARL F., Social Change, Discipline, and the Common School in Early 19th Century America, JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY HISTORY 1, Sum. 78, 1-17, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p422, headed: Government Schools and Social Control.

KASTNER, JOSEF, Energie aus dem All, 1 S., Energie aus Katalyse. – Siehe die kritische Bemerkung von U.v.Bth., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 225, 230.

KASWAN, JAQUES, California Cooperatives: On the Move, a Long Way to Go, 5pp, in PP 1407: 16.

KATE SHARPLEY LIBRARY, Home Page, 1p, on a London anarchist institution, in PP 1538: 188.

KATES, DON B., Jr., Restricting Handguns. The Liberal Skeptics Speak Out, 4pp: 280, in PP 1506/07.

KATES, DON B., Why a Civil Libertarian Opposes Gun Control, THE CIVIL LIBERTIES REVIEW 3, 1976, 24-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p186. Headed: The Right to Bear Arms.

KATES, DON B.,Jr., Book excerpt, 2pp of his: Restricting Handguns: The Liberal Skeptics Speak Out, 1979, in PP 1153.

KATZ, HOWARD S., The Street Sweepers, 1p, in PP 279: 59, on SZASZ, THOMAS and his teachings.

KATZ, HOWARD S., The Street Sweepers, 1p, on Thomas Szasz and his teachings, in PP 279.

KATZ, HOWARD, Ethical Questions and the LP, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 161. – Reply by ART O’SULLIVAN : More on Ethical Questions & the LP, 1p: 174. See also: 188 & 199.

KATZ, HOWARD, How to Avert the Coming Paper Money Disaster, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 246.

KATZ, HOWARD, LP: Ethics of Political Lying, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 199.

KATZ, STANLEY N., Republicanism and the Law of Inheritance in the American Revolutionary Era, MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 76, Nov. 77, 1-29, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p594, headed: Republicanism and Inheritance.

KAUFFNER, PETER, Crime Reduced when Residents Control their Neighbourhood, 1p, in PP 492. – According to a recent radio broadcast, the playing of classical music at Bankstown railway station did reduce vandalism and hooliganism there. They could not stand it. I wish for more of such deterrents in public places. – J.Z.

KAUFMAN, BURTON I., Mideast Multinational Oil, U.S. Foreign Policy, and Antitrust: the 1950s, THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 58, Mar. 77, 937-959, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p794, headed: Oil and Government Policy.

KAUFMAN, GEORGE G., The U.S. Banking Debacle of the 1980’s: A Lesson in Government Mismanagement, 6pp, from THE FREEMAN, April 1995: 116, in PP 1519.

KAUFMAN, WALTER, Discovering the Mind: Goethe, Kant, and Hegel, vol. I of a trilogy, McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1980, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1016, headed: Self-Knowledge: Goethe, Kant, and Hegel.

KAUFMAN, WALTER, Discovering the Mind: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Buber, vol. II of a Trilogy, N.Y., McGraw-Hill, 1980, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1287, headed: Self-Knowledge: Nietzsche, Heidegger & Buber.

KAUFMANN, WALTER, Discovering the Mind, vol. III: Freud vs. Adler and Jung, N.Y., McGraw Hill, 1980, 494pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1467, headed: Self-Awareness: Freud vs. Jung & Adler.

KAUFMANN, WALTER, Retribution and the Ethics of Punishment, in: Assessing the Criminal: Restitution, Retribution, and the Legal Process, ed. by Randy E. Barnett and John Hagel III, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ballinger Publishing, 1977, 211-230, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p512, headed: Does Punishment Fit the Crime?

KAUFMANN, WALTER, Without Guilt and Justice, From Decidophobia to Autonomy, reviewed by ROBERT MASTERS, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 15.

KAVANAGH, Brian, The Economy, a leaflet & a letter to J.Z., 2pp, Georgist, 29x in PP 699.

KAY, JOSEPH, FREE TRADE IN LAND, edited by his widow, with a preface by John Bright, 1880, 346pp, 24x, PP 361.

KAZA, GREG, Libs “Destabilizing” in New Hebrides, 89, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 274.

KAZA, JURIS, Review of a Rand Speech, 2pp, in PP 1,018.

KEANE, JOHN, On the “New” History: Quentin Skinner’s Proposal for a New History of Political Ideology, TELOS 47, Spring 81, 174-183, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1778, headed: The “New” History’s Presuppositions.

KEARL, J.R., Do Entitlements Imply that Taxation Is Theft? PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 7, 1977, 74-81, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p223. Headed: Nozick, Taxes, and Property.

KEARSE, G. WARREN, Revocation of Trust and Disavowal of Unauthorized and Fraudulent Acts, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

KEARSE, WARREN, The War Against Honesty, 1p review by ROBERT BRAKEMAN, in PP 1432/1439: 1431.

KEASBEY, LINDAY M, Review of Arthur Kitson: A Scientific Solution of the Money Question, 418pp, 1895, in 4pp, in PP 815.

KEATING, BERN, Henry Ford, Move Over! 7pp: 63, in PP 1506/07. – On Sam Colt, as the inventor of mass production, “driven into bankruptcy by his country’s military”.

KEATING, DAVID, Taxpayer Alert, 20 October 1978, circular, from National Taxpayer Union, making the case for a Balanced Budget Amendment, 8pp, in PP 1283-1286.

KEATING, NEAL, Anarchy and Anarchists: A Critical Perspective, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

KEAVNEY, GLENESE & SINCLAIR, KENNETH E., Teacher Anxiety, REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 48, Spring 78, 273-290, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p493, headed: Teaching vs. Student Autonomy.

KEEGAN, DES, Grassroots Campaign to return traditional values, 1p, 29x, in PP 685.

KEEGAN, DES, Lifeboats won’t Save us from Drowning in Deficit, 1986, 1p, in PP 1158.

KEELING, RALPH FRANKLIN, Gruesome Harvest, The Costly Attempt to Exterminate the People of Germany, 1947, 148pp, in PP 1125.

KEHOE, BRENDAN P., Zen and the Art of the Internet, A Beginner’s Guide to the Internet, 1st. edition, January 1992, revision 1.0 of Feb. 2, 1992, 61pp, in PP 1197. (At least one later edition is out and on the Internet. – J.Z.)

KEHRBACH, KARL, Vorrede, 1881, zu Kant: Zum Ewigen Frieden, 30 S., 29x, in PP 398.

KEITH, ARTHUR, SIR, The Religion of a Darwinist, 1925, 64pp, LBB No. 928, in PP 1209.

KELEMBET, ROMA, President, LP of Canada, Nov. 29, 90, Dear Libertarian Supporter, 2pp, in PP 1271.

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

KELLEMS, VIVIEN, The Spirit of ’76, interview conducted by Walter Block, Gary Greenberg & Jerry Klasman, 1972, 5pp, in PP 1,027.

KELLEMS, VIVIEN, Toil, Taxes and Trouble, 1952, 159pp, in PP 999.

KELLEMS, VIVIEN, Toil, taxes and trouble, extract, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 254.

KELLEMS, VIVIEN, Toil, Taxes and Trouble, review only, by TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Power to Tax is the Power to Destroy, 3pp, in PP 1376: 128.

KELLER, A.G., The Forgotten Man’s Almanac, Rations of Common Sense from William Graham Sumner, selected by A.G. Keller, published for the William Graham Sumner Club, 1943, 365pp? Here reproduced on 51 sheets, in PP 1093. Does this club still exist? There may still exist unpublished papers and essays by W.G.S. – J.Z.

KELLER, ALBERT GALLOWAY, Address, in memory of William Graham Sumner, 11pp, 29x, in PP 239.

KELLER, ALBERT GALLOWAY, Introduction to Selected Essays by W.G. Sumner, 1924 edition, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.

KELLER, ALBERT GALLOWAY, Preface to Sumner: The Forgotten Man etc., 1918, 4pp, 24x, in PP 237.

KELLER, ALBERT GALLOWAY, Preface to The Challenge of Facts and Other Essays, by W.G. Sumner, 1914, 3pp, 29x, in PP 239.

KELLER, DAVIS, Review of: SIEGAN, BERNARD, Land Use Without Zoning, 1p: 31, in PP 1468.

KELLER, MORTON, Business History and Legal History, BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW 53, Aut. 79, 294-303, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1001, headed: Business and Legal History.

KELLER, ROBERT, Revolution in America, 10pp in Anarchos 1, in PP 980.

KELLER, WALTER, Genialitaet – ein Begriff, 3 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 154.

KELLERBAUER, ARNOLD, Dr., Ueber das Keimwuchs-Verfahren Prof. Bill Behms, 6 S., Forschung, Landwirtschaft, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 194.

KELLERBAUER, ARNOLD, Dr., Vitalste Pflanzenkraefte heilen, 2 S. ueber das Bem-Verfahren (Keimwuchsverfahren) von Bill Behm, Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 48.

KELLEY, DAVID & PERIGO, LINDSAY, Of Rand, Rights, Reason & Renaissance. D.K. interviewed by L.P., 6pp, in PP 1336-39: 181.

KELLEY, DAVID & SCOTT, JEFF, 1980s – Decade of Greed? 4pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 77, from 93 REASON.

KELLEY, DAVID, Capitalism and Social Justice, 5pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 39.

KELLEY, DAVID, Fountainhead Revisited, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 31.

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

KELLEY, DAVID, May we Have the Word Liberal Back? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 10.

KELLEY, DAVID, See: MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Why Objectivists Should Debate with other Libertarians: A Discussion of David Kelley’s Truth and Toleration, 1992, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 22, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

KELLEY, DAVID, The Entrepreneurial Life, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 249. – Under present conditions it does not leave you much time for mere living. Small entrepreneurs often work longer hours than many of their employees do – and some earn less! – J.Z.

KELLEY, DAVID, The Politics of Virtue, 2pp, in PP 1336-39: 164. Excerpts from a forum, Cato Institute, on Individualistic and Communitarian Perspectives, Aug. 94, Washington.

KELLEY, DAVID, The Spirit of Entitlement, 3pp extract from the draft of a book on welfare “rights”, in PP 1336/39: 389.

KELLEY, DONALD R., Gaius Noster: Substructures of Western Social Thought, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 84, June 79, 619-648, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p719, headed: The Roman Jurist Gaius and Social Thought.

KELLEY, DONALD R., Review article of Quintin Skinner’s The Foundations of Modern Political Thought, in JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, Oct/Dec 79, 663-673, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p725, headed: Quintin Skinner and Western Political Thought.

KELLOG, GEORGE, First Man of Idaho Letters, 3pp, on Vardis Fisher, 24x, in PP 55.

KELLY, G.A., From Lese-Majeste to Lese-Nation in 18th-Century France, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 42, April-June 81, 269-286, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1644, headed : From Royal to National Treason.

KELLY, HARRY, Rudolf Rocker as Known to me, 2pp, in PP 1401.

KELLY, HARRY, to LABADIE, LAURANCE, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1393.

KELLY, JOHN M., The Anglo-American Jury, excerpt from his pamphlet, 1p, 1978, 29x, in PP 423.

KELLY, MILES, Will the Solution Solve the Problem? 2pp on South Africa: The Solution, by Louw & Kendall, in PP 925.

KELLY, PAUL, Hawke dilemma: How to deal with New Right, 1p, 1986, 29x, in PP 723.

KELMAN, HERBERT C., Privacy and Research with Human Beings, JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 33, 1977, 169-195, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p392, headed: Privacy and Autonomy.

KELSO PLAN, PP 145/6. See Cooperatives, Property, Capitalism, Self-Management, Shann Turnbull.

KELSO, JOHN R., AUTONOMISTIC MARRIAGE, As Viewed from the Standpoint of Law, Justice and Morality, to the “Outraged” Christians of Valley Falls, Kansas, 1886, 12pp, in PP 1,000.

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Selected Bibliography on Gold Clauses, n.d. 3pp, in PP 1185.

KEMMERER, DONALD L., Under a True Gold Standard the Free Market Does not Fix the Price of Gold, 4pp, 29x, in PP 544.

KEMP, ARTHUR, Ideology and Methodology, Meanings, Methods and Measurements, 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes 32, in PP 1052-1061, sheets 183/184. (Why not enter the whole Oxford Dictionary as a Title? J.Z.)

KEMP, ARTHUR, The Crime of Crimea, 3pp on Yalta Agreemt, in PP 1411/12: 204. – When only a few people, of dozens to hundreds of millions on one side, with a few such people on the other side, do, at least on paper and in often doubtful clauses, temporarily agree on something, between themselves, then this is wrongfully called an international “agreement”. Much more genuine agreement lies e.g. in people peacefully and without let or hindrance trading with and visiting each other. – J.Z.

KEMP, DAVID, Freedom & the Achievements of Western Civilization, 1991, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 13, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (How many of them had their origins actually in the Middle East and in the Far East? – J.Z.)

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

KEMP, WILL, Message Sticks in Cyberspace, an anarchist guide to computer communication, published on paper by Moving On, and on the Internet by Spunk Press, 41pp, indexed, in PP 474.

KEMPS, JACK, The American Idea: Ending the Limits to Growth, Washington, 355pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 619, in PP 1529-33.

KEMPS, JACK, The American Idea: Ending the Limits to Growth, Washington, 355pp, review only, 2pp, by CHARLES H. HAMILTON: 619,in PP 1529-33.

KENDALL, FRANCES & LEON LOUW, South Africa, The Solution, here only in a 17pp summary, in PP 1,007.

KENDALL, FRANCES, Groundswell: S.A., Working for Freedom and Democracy, 1992, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p190. – Alas, only on the territorial model, ignoring the long personal law tradition of Africa, especially North Africa. Small scale territorialism, on the Swiss model, is not the FULL solution, either. We have to come to one-person “cantons” and to their voluntary federations, across all artificial borders. – That Africa, too, needs primarily monetary freedom, to cope with basic economic troubles, is also largely ignored. – We need an ideas archive, or proper market and information centre, for all libertarian projects and all their pro and con. Otherwise, we tend to get only more or less ignorant and prejudiced partisanship. – J.Z.

KENDALL, FRANCES, Review of HESS, KARL, Capitalism for Kids, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 232.

KENDALL, FRANCES, Super Parents, Super Children, 1983, reviewed by AHMED, I. DEAN, 1p, see also author’s comment, in PP 1373/75: 101 & 107.

KENDALL, GEORGE A., Ideology: An Essay in Definition, PHILOSOPHY TODAY 25, Fall 81, 262-276, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1777, headed: Ideology, Relativism, & Truth.

KENDALL, LEIGH, CHRIS SMITH, CLIFF SMYTH Anarchism & Anarcho-Syndicalism in Australia Today, with notes by Albert Meltzer, 1986, 29pp, 29x, in PP 634.

KENISTON, KENNETH, Young Radicals, 1979, 2pp review, by JEFF FRIEDMAN: 9, in PP 1514.

KENNAMETAL, INC., Gold Coin Standard advertisement, 55, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 396.

KENNARD, NEVILLE, The Views of an Entrepreneur, 1983, 8pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

KENNEDY TAYLOR, JOAN, Review, 1p, of: HENTOFF, NAT, Free Speech for Me – But Not for Thee: How the American Left and Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other, Harper Collins, 1992, Pb. 405pp, $ 13.00 and of: RAUCH, JONATHAN, Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought, U. of Chicago Press, 1993, pb, 178pp, $ 9.95. Headed: Sticks and Stones: Free Speech and Censorship, in PP 1325: 89.

KENNEDY, ELLEN, Bergson’s Philosophy and French Political Doctrines: Sorel, Maurras, Peguy, and de Gaulle, GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION 15, Winter 80, 75-91, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p986, headed: Bergson’s Political Doctrines.

KENNEDY, HUBERT, A Mackay Bibliography, 2pp: 72, in PP 1505.

KENNEDY, HUBERT, An Interview with Hubert Kennedy, 2pp: 2, in PP 1505. – As far as I know, the Mackay Society in the U.S. is asleep by now, since Mark Sullivan seems no longer active in this sphere. The German Mackay Gesellschaft has been revived by Uwe Timm. See: ESPERO. – J.Z.

KENNEDY, HUBERT, Einige Persoenlichkeiten in John Henry Mackay’s Buch: Die Anarchisten, 3 S.: 59, in PP 1456.

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

KENNEDY, JAMES P., Review of: BROWNE, HARRY, Depression -Inflation Survival Course, 7 hour tape, 1p: 65, in PP 1468.

KENNEDY, JOHN, The Noble Wetback, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1267.

KENNEDY, JOHN, Will Mama’s Boys Run Amuck? A Neanderthal View of the Women’s Movement, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1453.

KENNEDY-TAYLOR, JOAN, The Tax Collector’s New Clothes, 3pp, a review of The Law and the Profits, by Prof. C. Northcote Parkinson, 1960, n.d., from PERSUASION, in PP 918.

KENNELL, DOUG, Reform, Resistance or LIBERATION? 1p: 70, in PP 1477.

KENNELL, DOUG, Reform, Resistance, or Liberation, 1p, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

KENNELL, DOUG, Toward a Revolutionary Student Movement, an article in Pine Tree, 3pp, sheets 227ff, 24x, in PP 176.

KENNEY, RICHARD K., F.A. “Baldy” Harper, 1905-1973, 1p, in PP 274.

KENNEY, RICHARD K., F.A. “Baldy” Harper, 1905-1973, 1p, in PP 274.

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

KENNISON, DAVID, Has Ayn Rand Abandoned Atlas Shrugged? 1p: 82, in PP 1498.

KENNISON, DAVID, The Age of Shit, 1p: 91, in PP 1498.

KENNISON, MELANIE J., Environment for Discovery at The College of Early Learning, an affiliate of New Banner Institute, 2pp: 108, in PP 1498.

KENNISON, MELANIE J., Joyous, Beautiful Time, 1p: 83, in PP 1498.

KENNISON, MELANIE J., Tyranny like Charity Begins in the Home, 1p: 72, in PP 1498.

KENNISON, MELANIE J.: Maria Montessori, 1p: 89, in PP 1498. KENNY, PETER, Determinism and Free-Will, 1965, 5pp: 70, in PP 1471.

KENT, CALVIN A., Privatization of Public Functions: Promises and Problems, 1986, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

KENT, FRED, Dr., The Fable of an Exploiter, 2pp, in PP1430/31:4.

KENT, JANE, Living Water. The Discoveries of VICTOR SCHAUBERGER, PIJ No. 48, p 14, 1p, in PP 1323: 68.

KENT, JOHN L., Should You Believe the Experts? 6pp: 278, in PP 1506/07.

KENWORTHY, JOHN COLEMAN, Tolstoy: His Life and Works, 1902, 255pp, in PP 1131. Kenworthy might be classed as Christian Socialist. – J.Z.

KEOHANE, NANNERL O., The Radical Humanism of Etienne de la Boetie, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, USA, 38, 1977, 119-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p60. Headed: Voluntary Servitude.

KEOHANE, ROBERT O., Economics, Inflation, and the Role of the State: Political Implications of the McCracken Report, WORLD POLITICS 31, Oct. 78, 108-128, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p683, headed: Government and Inflation: The McCracken Report. – The role of Legal Tender and of the Money

KEPHART COMMUNICATIONS, The Republic of Minerva Coin, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 138.

KEPHART, ROBERT, Interviewed by SIL, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.

KERISTANS: THORNLEY, KERRY, Two Communities in Latin America, 2pp on Keristans & MAPKA, in PP 1420/22: 194.

KERN, KEN, The Owner Built Home. Thin Wall Slip Form, 3pp from the 1961 book: The Owner Built Home, in PP 1386/91: 922.

KERN, KEN: Numerous columns on alternative architecture, too numerous to listen. Browsing in THE GREEN REVOLUTION will find them.

KERNOCHAN, JIM, Anti-Ideology Dept.: Bodybuilding vs. Movement-Building, 4pp: 34, in PP 1505. – The most perfect body is not much good on ground zero or in an extermination camp. – J.Z.

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

KERNOCHAN, JIM, Government Is the Problem – not the Solution, a gay anarchist broadside, 6pp, 36x, in PP 688.

KERNOCHAN, JIM, Hentoff, You’re Off! 2pp: 100, in PP 501.

KERNOCHAN, JIM, On the Subject of Children, 3pp: 145, in PP 501.

KERNOCHAN, JIM, The Anarchists, A Picture of Civilization at the Close of the 19th Century, as recalled by Jim Kernochan, 3pp: 62, in PP 1505.

KERPEN, ERNEST, Tactics of Anarchism, 5pp, with some notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 562.

KERR, ANDREW WILLIAM, HISTORY OF BANKING IN SCOTLAND, 3rd. ed., 1918, indexed, 324pp, with 7pp of notes by Prof. H. Rittershausen, 29x, in PP 346.

KERR, CHARLES H., PUBLISHING CO., 2pp call for its Haymarket Scrapbook, in PP 1196.

KERR, JOHN FAIRBANKS, Discriminate or Be Damned! 4pp flyer for the book, in PP 467.

KERR, ROGER L., Ideas, Interests & Experience, Some implications for policy advice, based on a 1986 paper, CIS Occasional Papers 19, 1988, 31pp, in PP 1147.

KERR, ROGER, Reflections on old New Zealand, 5pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 443.

KERR, ROGER, Sweden: Fallen Icon, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 128.

KERR, SUSIE, Relative Poverty and Welfare Distribution, 14pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

KERSCHAGL, RICHARD, Prof., Dr., Dr., Sieg der Weltwirtschaft, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p47. – To some extent for free trade. While any territorial government continues to exist, no fully free and complete “world economy” can exist. – J.Z.

KESSLER, JOHN J., Giordano Bruno, The Forgotten Philosopher, 1811, in Loompanics reprint, n.d., 8pp, in PP 1134.

KETCHER D. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Using mail drops, phone cards, call forwarding, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p483.

KETCHER, MICHAEL, Encryption, The Best Way to Protect your Privacy in the Information Age, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p400. – What is even more desirable is full publication and cheap access to ALMOST ALL pro-freedom information, with maximum and affordable publicity for it, which we can afford among ourselves, e.g. with microfiche, floppy disks and text only CDs and powerful HD drives. Such information should, mostly, be not encrypted but, rather, made much more concise and precise and easily comprehendible. (Tactical battle information is another thing.) – Sufficient publicity could largely win over governmental secrecy and power. – However, I would like to see sufficiently INFORMED people to be sufficiently ARMED, TRAINED AND ORGANIZED, too, for the defence of their individual rights and liberties. – J.Z.

KETCHER, MIKE, Privacy Defender, Clinton Calls for Abolishing our Phone, Fax, and Computer Privacy, 4pp, in PP 1287/89p372. – Even open air speaking is still under restrictions and as soon as a new mass medium comes into existence, the government tries to elbow its way in, as happened with postal, telegraph and telephone services, radio and TV broadcasting, films and videos, and also with satellites, for a long time. Only microfiche have remained largely unmolested, apart from custom duties on larger packages of them, probably because they have not yet become a mass medium, not even a widely used medium by minority groups, although they are eminently suitable for the latter, for long records, wanted in cheap duplicates and for complete and permanently publishing on demand, for a very limited demand. – If only we used all alternative media sufficiently, among ourselves, we could soon come to know how to best get rid of all governmental interferences with our own affairs and could confine governmentalism to statists, on an ever diminishing scale. – J.Z.

KETCHER, MIKE, Privacy defender. 9 Great Rules of Financial Privacy, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p341.

KEVLES, DANIEL J., The National Science Foundation and the Debate over Postwar Research Policy, 1942-1945: A Political Interpretation of Science – The Endless Frontier, ISIS 68, May 77, 5-26, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p299, headed: State Science Research. Under government “care” research takes place, mainly, for the interests of the State rather than for those of freedom loving individuals. Government financed (at our expense) research has become used as a weapon against us. – Research must be completely separated from governments, as must be religion, economics, education, culture, justice administration, public services, from water works to prisons, and defence of individual rights and liberties. Freedom research has shown, again and again, that NOTHING can be safely left to a territorial government. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KEY, V.O., Jr. & CROUCH, WINSTON W., The Initiative and the Referendum in California, 1939, indexed, 183pp, in PP 1102. – See: Referendum.

KEYNES, PP 418/19p96, 725, 995,

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

KEYNESIANISM, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Symptomatic Keynes, 1951, 3pp: 70, in PP 1480. – MISES, LUDWIG von, Professor Hutt on Keynesianism, 3pp: 71, in PP 1480.

KEYS, DAVID, Our Aborigines got to the US first, 1p, in PP 1415: 141. A 1996 clipping on Australian Aborigines, at least by racial identities, having been the discoverers and occupiers of the New World until about 10,000 years ago. Then they were forced into the most remote and least desirable areas. If e.g. any Firelandes are left, should they be allowed to claim land rights for all of North and South America? – J.Z., 4.5.97.

KEYS, RONALD B., Clear Thinking on Promoting Life Extension, 1p: 470, in PP 1293/95.

KHAMARA, E., The Existence of God! 11pp: 52, in PP 1471.

KHATCHADOURIAN, HAIG, Institutions, Practices, and Moral Rules, MIND 86, 1977, 479-498, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p205. Headed: Ought vs. Is.

KIBBUZ, See: RIBAS, JOSE, Das Leben im Kibbuz, 12 S., 1971: 3, in PP 1523.

KICK IT OVER, No. 32, Fall 93, 48pp sample, containing a 3pp article by Jerry Kaplan: Preserving Our Past, The Anarchist Collections, in PP 1190.

KID LIB, PP 391, 1027.

KIEFER, JAMES: Objectivism and Theisim: A Reply to Branden’s Lecture, “The Concept of God”, cassette, 168 m., 1p review by HENRY B. VEATCH, in PP 1367/68: 89.

KIESLER, STEFFI, Lernen im Schlaf, 5 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 232.

KIESLER, STEFFI, Neuer Robot lernt denken, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 249. So weit sind wir selbst heute noch nicht. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

killer. And this killing is done by parents, often with professional help and taxpayer funded subsidies. People insensitive to the rights of the unborn are usually not aware of many of their rights as adults, either. Its involvement in this pop-murder and pop-mass murder drags down the libertarian movement. Oh the rationalizations! Oh, liberty, what crimes are committed in thy name! – J.Z.)

KILPATRICK, JAMES J., Moving Social Security toward the private sector, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The New National Nightmare, FEE, 1975, 2pp, in PP 998.

KIMBERLIN, RON, Note on N. Branden’s response when pushed towards considering the competing government issue, in INDIVIDUALIST, 6/72, 1p, in PP 1,051. ( Evading the issue and passing the buck is not uncommon even among the famous. J.Z.)

KIMBERLING, RON, Drugs and the Law, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, 4pp in PP 1362/64: 33. 4pp in PP 1481: 151.

KIMBERLING, RON, The CLA Psych Conference, 3pp: 654, in PP 1457/62.

KIMBERLING, RON, The Public Indoctrination System, 3pp: 92, in PP 1488.

KIMMEL, HUSBAND E., Facts About Pearl Harbour, 8pp, 29x, in PP 699.

KIMMEL, JOSEPH S., The Power to Destroy, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 11.

KING, DAVID, A Covenant for a Union of Sovereign Americans, 4pp, in PP 467p62.

KING, GERALD, Big Water Winning, 2pp: 29, in PP 1465. – On the privatization of federal land within a municipality. From July – August 1988 LIBERTARIAN PARTY NEWS.

KING, MARTIN LUTHER, Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam, 1967, 16pp, in PP 1122.

KING, MARTIN LUTHER, Letter from a Birmingham Jail, 1963, 21pp, in PP 1122.

KING, MARTIN LUTHER, Loving Your Enemies, 1957, 10pp, in PP 1122. – He may really have loved MY enemies, because they opposed what I stand for. This and other non-libertarian essays are here reproduced as part of a pacifist pamphlet series by the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute. – J.Z.

KING, ROBERT G., On the Economics of Private Money, JME, 12/1983, 32pp, in PP 794.

KING, TERESA CARR, 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.

KING, WILLFORD I., The Minimum Wage, a poem, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 102.

KINGEN, FRANCIS A., to GPE network, 1986, with reply by John Zube, 14pp. In PP ???. See material put out by KINNEY, MARK. It should be in there, somewhere. – J.Z.

KINGTON, MILES, Do We Want A Referendum? 1974, 2pp, in PP 1136.

KINNEY, JOSEPH A., Farm Policy at the Crossroads, 1985, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

KINNEY, MARK to GRECO, THOMAS, 29 Feb. 88, 4pp, 29x, in PP 865.

KINNEY, MARK to SABEL, BRUCE, 30 Aug. 86, 1p, to HOPMAN, C.S., 30 Aug. 86, 2pp, in PP 803.

KINNEY, MARK, 1.) Address list, 1p, of people in his circle interested in monetary experiments, 42x, in PP 637, 2.) Credit Union Forming, A, 1p, 1987, 29x, in PP 738, 3.) GPE Network notes, n.d., ca. Dec. 86, 3pp, 29x, in PP 742, 4.) List of GPE correspondents, 1p, 29x, in PP 741, 5.) New Look at Money and Monetary Reform, A, inspired by SYNCREDITING, April 1987, 9pp, 29x, in PP 738, 6.) Off the Debt Standard, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 738, 7.) Several G.P.E. (Greening the Planet Economically) contributions, with some notes by John Zube, 1985/86: Bull Taming, Paydirt, De-Nuking our Heads, 48x, in PP 645, 8.) some letters on monetary reform, 29x, in PP 586/587, 9.) The Ethology of Liberation, 16pp, 29x, in PP 741/742, 10.) to BRADEN, David, 6 Oct. 86, 2pp, 29x, in PP 741, 11.) to Conrad Hopman, 9 April 87, 3pp, 29x in PP 738, 12.) to DEVASIA, Sebastian, 29 Aug. 86, 6pp, 29x, in PP 741, 13.) to HOPMAN, Conrad, 2 Oct. 86 & 26 Dec. 86, 3pp, 29x in PP 741, 14.) to MEGALLI, Theo, 7 Nov. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741, 15.) to ZUBE, John, 10 Jan 87, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742, Sept. 86, 1p, & 7 Nov. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.

KINNEY, MARK, 6 April 1987, Letter to the 30 of the GPE Network, Reply to C. Hopman’s letter of 24 Feb. 87, 15 points, 3pp, with some notes by John Zube, plus another 8 mixed pages of GPE contributions, 29x, in PP 738.

KINNEY, MARK, Action Linkage, Core Group “Staff Meeting”, 28 April 88, 1p, 29x, in PP 865.

KINNEY, MARK, Addresses of his monetary reform circle, 1p, in PP 798. His continuing word games and remaining prejudices finally turned me off from paying any attention to him. Conrad Hopman still thinks that he makes some worthy philosophical points but I got tired looking for them, among so much chaff. J.Z.

KINNEY, MARK, Circulars and notes of 27 & 28 Jan. 92, with a 1 p. reply by John Zube, 10 March 92, in PP 1187.

KINNEY, MARK, Further M.K. notions, 3pp, in PP 1238.


KINNEY, MARK, to the Econ M2M, 25 May 89, 2pp: 90, in PP 1470.

KINSER, SAMUEL, Annaliste Paradigm? The Geohistorical Structuralism of Fernand Braudel, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 86, Feb. 81, 63-105, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1382, headed: Braudel, History, and Patterns.

KINSER, SAMUEL, Capitalism Enshrined: Braudel’s Triptych of Modern Economic History, THE JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY 53, Dec. 81,673-682, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1573, headed: Braudel’s Ideological Theory of Capitalism.

KINSKY, LYNN & PRESLEY, SHARON, Government is Women’s Enemy, ALF leaflet, 4pp, 29x, in PP 384.

KINSLEY, MICHAEL, Second Thoughts, 1990, 1p, on gun control, on PP 1072.

KINZER, BRUCE L., J.S. Mill and the Problem of Party, JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 21, Fall 81, 106-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1884, headed: Mill on a Principled Political Party. – Exterritorially EACH party could rule itself and its followers and voters, as long as its members and voters can stand it and are willing to pay for its wrongs, mistakes and crimes. – J.Z.

KIPLING, RUDYARD, A Death Bed, 1918, 1p, MacDonough’s Song, 1p, 29x, in PP 878.

KIPLING, RUDYARD, With the Night Mail, 2pp from the story, indicating that he was an anarchist, with “government” reduced to a mail service, run largely by zeppelins, in PP 467.

KIPLING, RUDYARD, Without Benefit of Clergy, n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1017, in PP 1208.

KIRBY, MICHAEL G., Domestic Airline Regulation, The Australian Debate, 1981, 109pp, 29x, in PP 398.

KIRKPATRICK, JEANE, Regulation, Liberty, & Equality, regulation, Nov./Dec. 1977, 11-15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p208. Headed: Prima Facie Values.

KIRKWOOD, R. CORT, The Population Bomb… Defused, 5pp, from THE FREEMAN, Nov. 89, in PP 918.

KIRSCH, GUY, Prof. Dr., Mit der Marktwirtschaft gegen die Machtwirtschaft, 2pp, 29x, in PP 725.

KIRSHNER, JULIUS, Raymond de Roover on Scholastic Economic Thought, in: Business, Banking, and Economic Thought, ed. By Julius Kirshner, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1974, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p617, headed: Scholastic Economic Thought.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Advertising and the Free Market, interview by Walter Block and Walter E. Grinder, 1972, 5pp, in PP 935 & 1,027.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Competition & Entrepreneurship, reviewed in 4pp by Percy L. Greaves, in PP 995.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Competition and Entrepreneurship, Chicago, UCP, 1973, 246pp, 4pp review only, by HENRY HAZLITT: 189, in PP1529-33.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Discovery, Capitalism & Distributive Justice, Blackwell, 1989, 179pp, here only in book review by Richard M. Ebeling, 1990, 3pp, in PP 1,027.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Entrepreneurship, Entitlement, and Economic Justice, in: Perception, Opportunity, and Profit, Chicago, U of Chicago P, 1979, 200-229, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1209, headed: Entrepreneurship and Justice.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., General Equilibrium and Beyond: The “Austrian” Perspective on the Crisis, THE PUBLIC INTEREST, Special issue 1980, 11-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1270, headed: Austrian vs. Neoclassical Economics: Equilibrium.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Methodological Individualism, Market Equilibrium and the Market Process, 13pp, in PP 995.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Mises and the Renaissance of Austrian Economics, 5pp, in PP 1268.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Perception, Opportunity and Profit: Studies in the Theory of Entrepreneurship, Chicago, U of Chicago P, 79, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202 p1003, headed: Menger and Entrepreneurship.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Review of Mises, On the Manipulation of Money & Credit, 2pp, in PP 1247.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., Spontaneous Order – A Complex Idea, 1p note in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1899.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The 1975 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics: Some Uncomfortable Reflections, 6pp: 237, in PP 1529-33.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The Open-Endedness of Knowledge – Its Role in the FEE Formula, 16pp, n.d., in PP 814.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The Primacy of Entrepreneurial Discovery, 1979, 26pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The Role of the Entrepreneur in the Economic System, 1984, 12pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

KIRZNER, ISRAEL M., The Ugly Market: Why Capitalism Is Hated, Feared and Despised, 13pp: 181, in PP 1529-33.

KISCH, HERBERT, Joseph Alois Schumpeter, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES 13, March 79, 141-157, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202 p1002, headed: Schumpeter’s Economic Theories.

KISHON, EPHRAIM, On Finding Small Solace. The comfort of politicians’ warm words in cold type, 3pp: 249, in PP 1506/07. – Sometimes their nonsense stands out in their wordings. – J.Z.

KITES TO FLY WITH, PP 786. If more attention had been paid to these – and even earlier experiments of birdmen, some hinted at in classical literature, e.g. at the time of Nero (or was it Tiberius? ), the aviation industry might have taken off much earlier. – J.Z.

KITSON, ARTHUR, Obiturary, PP 815.

KITSON, ARTHUR, The Money Question, 1903, 231pp, 24x, in PP 42-44. – Later in life he fell victim to social credit notions but his early attack upon the money monopoly was good. – J.Z.

KITTREDGE, BELDEN, The Truth about Casey Jones and other fabulous American heroes, including Johnny Appleseed, Davy Crockett, Roy Bean, and Mike Fink, Haldeman – Julius Publications, 1945, 24pp, in PP 1222.

KJAR, SCOTT A., Rent Control: Attack on the Poor, 8pp, in PP 1,031.

KLARE, MICHAEL, Resurgent Militarism, in: Holly Sklar, ed., Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management, Boston, South End Press, 1980, 269-291, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1390, headed: Militarism: A Domestic & Foreign Affair.

KLARIC, DOMAGOJ, How much next plunder? 1985, 1p, with comment by J.Z., 29x, in PP 723.

KLAUSNER, MANUEL S., Tuition Tax Credits: A Debate Revised, 5pp: 181, in PP 1506/07.

KLAUSNER, MANUEL S., Tuition Tax Credits: A Debate Revived, 2pp, short version of an article in INFORM, in PP 1432/1439: 809.

KLEIN, BENJAMIN & LEFFLER, KEITH B., The Role of Market Forces in Assuring Contractual Performance, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 89, Aug. 81, 615-541, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1673, headed : Market-Assured Contract Performance.


KLEIN, DANIEL, Austrian Economics: Weapon and Shield, 1p, in PP 277/278: 29.

KLEIN, DANIEL, The Coming Crisis of Third World Debt, 1p review of “Bailing out a bankrupt world”, 1983, 164pp, by?, in PP 277/278. – About 2 generations after Prof. Edgard Milhaud first proposed international clearing certificates, as means for settlements, most economists, even libertarians, have still to catch up with his writings and their developments, especially by Prof. Heinrich Rittershausen, Dr. Walter Zander and Ulrich von Beckerath. Why? There is still no comprehensive freedom library, ideas archive, abstract and review service, not even a complete bibliography and index to all such writings. – Let all bankrupt debtors, banks, firms, governments and currencies fail. Their assets should thus get into more capably hands. To “bail them out” is just about the most senseless thing that can be done. It rewards the unable at the expense of the able. However, this does not mean let e.g. monetary despotism and other economic intervetionism continue but, rather, see to it that “freedom reigns”, at least in free enterprise zones, for refugees and in exterritorially autonomous communities of volunteers. From their examples a general recovery can spread very fast and without “sacrifices”, or foreign investments, profitable right away, in the average, to the extent that freedom practices and principles are adhered to. All currencies could become honest on the instant, be ceasing further deterioration, e.g. by repealing legal tender and the note issue monopoly. That would bring the governments’ note printing presses to a stop – except for soundly based and optional tax foundation money. No currency that is honest and non-coercive needs any propping up by any foreign loans. All such attempts are based on a total misconception of value standards. Sound measurement standards, once adopted, need no more “propping up” by international support than the meter or kilogram or litre measure need international support. We are not the slaves of those who have driven their countries, firms, banks, corporations, utilities etc. into bankruptcies. We are not the keepers of these “fat cats”. We should rather see to it that their competitors or, best, their very employees buy them out, at bargain basement prices, rather than placing them, as additional burden, upon local or international taxpayers. Moreover, we should hold those involved personally responsible, with all their remaining assets, including their pension claims and all the properties they ceded to close relatives and friends. Statist minds can’t think of anything better, than distributing the burdens cased by incompetence & dishonesty. Hold those responsible who are responsible and get them out of the way, at last, of the creative energies of others. Freedom lovers should protest and resist every “bailout”. Not the world is bankrupt – but many of the present statist institutions and corporations etc. privileged or subsidized by governments are. – Rather consult the writings of Prof. Edgard Milhaud and Ulrich von Beckerath on this, for they discuss the payment means by which many to most of the remaining honest debts could be settled, relatively easily and fast. – However, public debts should not be settled but repudiated, since they are investments in tax slaves. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KLEIN, STEVE, Dissolving the Great Debate, 3pp, on limited vs. no government, in COGITATIONS, in PP 1133.


KLEINKINDER, Entwicklung des Selbstbewusstseins beim Kleinkind, 2 S., Psychologie, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 56.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, A Case for Optimism, 1p, in PP 492.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, A Philosophical Flow Chart Including the Libertarian Position, 2pp, in PP 492.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, A Philosophical Flow Chart including the Libertarian Position, Sep. 86, 2pp, in PP 1098 & 1146.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Anarchy vs. Government, 2pp, in PP 1,034.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Capital Punishment, 1/2 p, in PP 492.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Dependents and “Rights”, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1,034.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Marxism = Libertarianism? 1/2 p, in PP 492.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Networking Libertarians, 1p, in PP 1,034.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, Some essays and leaflets, ca. 86pp, in PP 1,034.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, The Fatal Flaw in all Collectivist Political Theories, 1986, 1p, in PP 1,034.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, The Language of Liberty, 2pp, in PP 492.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, The Libertarian Challenge, revision 4, 1985-88, 38pp, in PP 1,034. – An excellent short introduction to libertarian ideas and proposals. – J.Z.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, The Power of 2: A Workable Strategy to Achieve a Libertarian Society, 1p, on exponential growth, in PP 492. – Alas, the preconditions for such a growth have not yet been established but at least partly indicated in e.g. PP 61-63.

KLEINOW, RICHARD, The Structure of Knowledge, A Reasoning Tool, 1982-90, 40pp, in PP 1,034.

KLEIST, HEINRICH von, Ueber die allmaehliche Verfertigung der Gedanken beim Reden, 2 S., gekuerzt!, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330 – 1332: 231. Es lohnt sich, den ganzen Aufsatz zu lesen! – J.Z.

KLEMKE, E.D., Karl Popper, Objective Knowledge, and the Third World, PHILOSOPHIA 9, Dec. 79, 45-62, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1084, headed: Popper & Objective Knowledge.

KLEMM, ULRICH, Prinzip der Freiheit, hier nur in 2 S. Buchanzeige des OPPO Verlages, in PP 1537: 169.

KLEMM, ULRICH, 20 Jahre Kinderrechtsbewegung und Antipaedagogik, 3 S.: 49, in PP 1456.

KLEMM, ULRICH, Der Freiheitsbegriff im Anarchismus – Versuch einer Annaeherung, 6 S.: 67, in PP 1456.

KLEMM, ULRICH, Wille statt Wissen. Gedanken zur Aktualitaet von Max Stirners individual- anarchistischen Bildungs- und Erziehungsansatz, 4 S.: 116, in PP 1456.

KLIENT, HARTMUT, Is the Great Society in “Ideological Disequilibrium”?, 1p, on Hayek: 234, in PP 1463/64.

KLINE, WM. GARY, The Individualist Anarchists, A Critique of Liberalism, 1987, indexed & with bibliography, 121pp: 1, in PP 1524. – Hans G. Helm’s bibliography of writings by and on Stirner, in his “Die Ideologie der anonymen Gesellschaft” comes already to 91pp. A complete bibliography of all individualist anarchist writings would, probably, come to over 1,000pp. Thus only some of the major individualist anarchist writings are dealt with and can be dealt with in this short dissertation. However, since all too little is in print on individualist anarchism and so much depends upon it, this is a valuable contribution. Author or publisher should THEMSELVES make it easily and cheaply accessible, on microfiche, etc. They could do so at a VERY small expense. In most bookshops and libraries it is presentlyinvisible. – J.Z.

KLOCKER, HENRY R., S.J., Ockhamism in Jean Gerson, MICHIGAN ACADEMICIAN 12, Winter 80, 365-374, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1470, headed: Jean Gerson and Ockhamism.

KLOSS, ERICH KURT, Die Arbeitsgenossenschaft als freie Sozialisierungsform, 1920, 156pp, in PP 1231. Cooperative Production series.

KLUG, ULRICH, Prof. Dr., Anarchie Ist Auch Ordnung, here only a German review, in TELOS, Aug. 66, 1/2 page, of a talk by the Prof. on the subject. In PP 890. Full text of the talk is wanted for filming.

KNABB, KEN, The Realization and Suppression of Religion, 1977, 15pp, in PP 1071. A discussion mainly of the “situationist” religion. – J.Z.

KNAPP, G.F., Die staatliche Theorie des Geldes, here only a 1951 note by Ulrich von Beckerath and a 1989 one by J. Zube, on a new edition of this classical work, one often misunderstood, by those who read only the title, as if it contained only statist thoughts. 1p in PP 906.

KNAPP, GEORG FRIEDRICH, Staatliche Theorie des Geldes, 4. durchgesehene Auflage, 1923, mit Bibliographie & alphabetischem Inhaltsverzeichnis, 461 S., in PP 797.

KNAPP, GEORG FRIEDRICH, STATE THEORY OF MONEY, THE, 1924, translation of the 4th ed. of 1923, but this translation was made only of the first chapters, the rest was considered outdated by the translator or publisher. 315pp, in PP 798.

KNEELAND, ABNER, Roots of Atheism, 4pp, containing his “Code of Morals”, in PP 1239.

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

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

KNIBBS, DAVID, Shovels tendered for tax in kinder world, an unusual tax strike, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

KNIGHT, ALEXANDER, Popular Assumptions Regarding the Welfare State, 5pp: COGNITIVE DISSIDENTS, II/1, 1988, in PP 980.

KNIGHT, BRUCE WINTON, Freedom Is Indivisible, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 210.

KNIGHT, BRUCE, Freedom and Factions, 4pp, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.

KNIGHT, JESSE F., A Distant Dream, 7pp: 505, in PP 1457/62. – A short story, representing, in my eyes, merely a hero-cult of the irrational and emotional. Why here? – J.Z.

KNIGHT, JESSE F., Just the beginning, 4pp: 552, in PP 1457/62. – Even supposedly libertarian short stories are mostly just a waste of pages, from my point of view. – J.Z.

KNIGHT, JESSE F., O. Henry: Some Thoughts on the Urban Romanticist, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

KNIGHT, JESSE F., The Fullest Measure of Man, 6pp: 644, in PP 1457/62. – Short story. Why are so many writers prepared to portrait irrational rather than rational men? Do they feel closer to the former and unable to describe how rational men would think, talk and act? – Should libertarian periodicals try to entertain, with such stories? – J.Z.

KNIGHT, JESSE K., Purpose & Responsibility in the Novels of Victor Hugo, 5pp: 476, in PP 1457/62.

KNIGHT, JILL & SELBY, HELEN, Self-Management at DYNAVAC, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

KNIGHT, JILL, MP, About the House, Leaflet, 1p, in PP 1348: 125. – Sent by L.A., London.

KNIGHT, MARGARET, Christianity: The Debit Account, 1975, 6pp: 74, in PP 1496.

KNIGHT, MARGARET, Morals without Religion, 5pp: 73, in PP 1496.

KNIGHT, PATRICK, Where a Sack of Cash Lasts just one Day, 1984, 1p, 29x in PP 731.

KNOB, G.F., Mises University a Success, 1p on Ludwig von Mises’ Institute & its summer school, in PP 1378/81: 299. – One institute and a summer school and a magazine, no matter how successful they are, do not yet make a university. – J.Z.

KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Alle Soldaten sind Moerder! 2 S.: 72, in PP 1456.

KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Buchrezension: Dipl.-Ing. A. Narcho; Stell dir vor es gibt Arbeit fuer alle und keiner geht hin, 3 S.: 43, in PP 1456. – Zirkusanarchisten gibt es anscheinend ueberall. Dass Futter, Energie, Medizin, Wasser, etc. alle arbeitsteilig produziert werden muessen, um die meisten von uns am Leben zu erhalten, wird von solchen “Denkern” uebersehen. Ebenso uebersehen sie dass selbstverwaltete Arbeit attractive sein kann und wie solche Arbeitsplaetze geschaffen werden koennten ohne andere “Opfer” als das Aufgeben gewisser Vorurteile. – J.Z.

KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Die zweite Verstaatlichung von Max Stirner, 2 S.: 94, in PP 1456.

KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Repressionen gegen italienische Anarchist-Innen, 1 S.: 112, in PP 1456.

KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Warum ich Anarchist bin – Gedanken nachhaengend, 5 S., in PP 1408: 60.

KNOKE, DAVID, Decentralizing the Great Society, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 1035.

KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD, Growth of the American Revolution, 1766 – 1775, 1p review by MURRAY N. ROTHBARD, in PP 1367/68: 133.

KNOPFELMACHER, FRANK, Free Russia, reviewing A.D. Sakharov: My Country and the World, 4pp, 36x, in QUADRANT, in PP 418-419, p30.

KNOTT, PETER, GILMORE NOTES, from a recent election candidate, indicating his anti-nuclear stand, extent & limits, in PP 1357: 123.

KNOWLEDGE IN SOCIETY, USE OF, 814, 1034, 1115. Compare: Ideas Archive, Microfilm, Libertarian Library, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Refutations Encyclopedia, Slogans for Liberty, Open Air Speaking Centres, Electronic Bulletin Boards, Market for Ideas, Prices, Publicity, Press, Freedom of Information & Expression, Human Rights, Liberty,


KNOWLES, DUDLEY R., A Reformulation of the Harm Principle, POLITICAL THEORY 6, May 76, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p396, headed: Rehabilitating Mill’s “Harm Principle”.

KNOWLTON, DON, Government Pie in the Sky, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 78.

KNOX, THOMAS R., Popular Politics and Provincial Radicalism: Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1769-1785, ALBION, 1979, 224-241, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p990, headed: Wilkes and Radical Politics.

KOBLER, FRANZ, Einleitung zu Kant: Zum Ewigen Frieden, 1917, 11 S., 29x, in PP 398.

KOBUSCH, THEO, Sprechen und Moral (Speaking and Ethics), PHILOSOPHISCHES JAHRBUCH, West Germany, 85, 1978, 87-108, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p385, headed: Rights and Communication.

KOCH, CHARLES & PEARSON, GEORGE, A Model for Private Colleges, 2pp: 452, in PP 1457/62.

KOCH, CHARLES G., Energy: The Case for a Free Market, 1977, 3pp, in PP 935.

KOCH, CHARLES, An Energy Crisis? Nuts! 3pp: 21, in PP 1506/07.

KOCH, CHARLES, Anti-Capitalism and Business, 1974, 10pp, HIS address, in PP 24.

KOCH, CHARLES, The Business Community: Resisting Regulation, 4pp, n.d., 29x, in PP 928.

KOCH, CHARLES, The Energy Crisis, an address, 1978, 12pp, in PP 24.

KOCH, CHARLES, The energy Crisis, an address, The C.A. Moorman Memorial Lectures at Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Missouri, April 18, 1978, 12pp, in PP 23 & 24.

KOCH, GERDA, Federal Aid: Trap for the Unwary, prob. 1956, 36pp, in PP 1267. On education “aid”. Most “foreign aid” is merely government to government aid, rather than private free trade and investment, under freedom conditions. Thus it tends to merely temporarily “bail out” bad government policies but without ending them, thus assuring that they will be continued. Rewarding official criminals for their actions is not the solution. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KOCHIS, ROBERT A., Reason, Development, and the Conflicts of Human Ends: Sir Isaiah Berlin’s Vision of Politics, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 74, March 80, 38-52, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1380, headed: Isaiah Berlin: Pluralism vs. Rationalism. – Alas, Berlin’s limited pluralism did not lead him to the panarchistic conclusion of full freedom of action for all the diverse volunteer communities. – J.Z.

KOECHLIN, H., Can We Afford to Be Anti-Militarists in Our Day? 1951, 3pp, 29x, in PP 542.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Anti-Kommunismus – Widerspruch & Antwort, 10S.: 11, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Die Gewerkschaftsbewegung in Kuba, 8 S.: 54, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Gaston Leval, 3 S.: 43, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Gedanken ueber die Freiheit, 5 S.: 7, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Ist ein libertaerer Antikommunismus notwendig? 3 S., 1980: 48, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Mitbestimmung und Selbstbestimmung, 5 S.: 10, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Notizen zum Klassenkampf, 6 S.: 20, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Pfade in Utopia, 13 S. ueber Martin Buber’s Buch: 39, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Religioese Sozialisten, Besprechung, 5 S., von: PFEIFFER, ARNOLD, Dokumente der Weltrevolution, 1976: 28, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINER, Repraesentation und Autoritaet, 3 S.: 15, in PP 1523.

KOECHLIN, HEINRICH, Anarchismus und Christentum, 27 S., in PP 1326.

KOECHLIN, HEINRICH, Ist ein freier Sozialismus moeglich? 7 S.: 1, in PP 1523.

KOEHNLINE, JAMES, Gone to Croatan. Here only a 1p announcement of this book on more or less autonomous drop-out cultures and societies in America, in PP 1031, 1033 & 1088. I have still to see and microfilm a copy of this book. – J.Z.

KOEHNLINE, JAMES, Legend of the Great Dismal Maroons, Chicago, 1989, 40pp, in PP 932. A history of underground societies in the U.S.

KOEHNLINE, JAMES, Multilog Project, 1983, 155 pp total: Preliminary notes, letters, drafts and graphics: 34pp. Multilog Responses, here alphabetized, with some handwritten notes by John Zube, recently added: 104pp. A postscript, by John Zube, 1995, all too belatedly, to the Multilog Project of James Koehnline, with an appeal for more such microfiche publishing experiments, 17pp, and further correspondence between James Koehnline and John Zube, 90/92, 13pp, in PP 1237.

KOEHNLINE, JAMES, Multilog project, correspondence with John Zube, 39pp, in PP 907. See also under: MULTILOG for details of this micrographic project – which, unfortunately, did not get off the ground. Few efforts and pilot schemes involving new ideas or practices lead, under present conditions, to instant successes. – J.Z.

KOEHNLINE, JAMES, to John Zube, 2 Jan. 90, 8pp & 8 illustrations, in PP 932.

KOENEN, K., Nationalbank, Bank fuer Wechsel, Traeume, Noten u. Sterne, 3pp, in PP 793.

KOERNER, JAMES D., Hoffer’s America, reviewed by ALLEN C. BRONFELD, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 30.

KOESTLER, ARTHUR, The Act of Creation, review by JIM JECK, 2pp: 392, in PP 1457/62.

KOESTLER, ARTHUR, The Lotus and the Robot, review by ERIC MACK, 1p: 49, in PP 1468.

KOGBARA, DONU, Beyond Racism: How British Blacks Can Get On, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 91.

KOGBARA, DONU, Why We Shouldn’t Ban the British National Party, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 127. – I for one favour the banning of EVERY PARTY and movement which aims at exclusive territorial domination over all dissenters. See: ON PANARCHY. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

KOHR, LEOPOLD, Critical Size – Gigantomania in Economics and Politics, 1986, 15pp, with some notes by John Zube, 1995, 1p, in PP 1268. Free relationships and exchanges, world-wide, are not necessarily driven by “gigantomania”. Enforced international and national relationships are a threat, not individually chosen cosmopolitan ties. Small territorial models are not necessarily peaceful and progressive – as almost daily headlines demonstrate. – J.Z.

KOLCHIN, PETER, In Defense of Servitude: American Pro-Slavery and Russian Pro-Serfdom Arguments, 1760-1860, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 85, Oct. 80, 809-827, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1189, headed: Russian & American Defenses of Servitude.

KOLEV, JIVKO, Anarcho-communism in danger of reformism, 1961, 24pp, in RUSSIAN! Flawed print! Sheet 62, in PP 1492. – I would be willing to fiche this again – if someone supplies me with a more legible transcript or print. – J.Z.

KOLKO, GABRIEL, The Politics of War: The World and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1943-45, Random House, 1968, 1 of 3 reviews by LEONARD LIGGIO, 1967, 5pp: 65, in PP 1501.

KOLLICK, T.W., A Short Statement of the Case for Free Trade, 13pp, 29x, in PP 568.

KOMAN, VICTOR, Arming the Incomplete Maverick, 76, 3p, in PP 1345/46: 66,69,101.

KOMAN, VICTOR, Der Jehova-Vertrag, Die Verschwoerung gegen Gott, Titelblatt, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

KOMAN, VICTOR, How to Publish a Book for under $ 50! How YOU can get YOUR book into print and keep it there. Koman Publishing, Long Beach, 1986, Koman’s introduction to microfiche self-publishing. 92pp. Fiche edition available from LMP for $ 1. – Book and fiche from author for $ 10. Obtainable directly from him, with the printed & the fiched issue, combined, $ 10: P.O. Box 94, Long Beach, Ca. 90801-0094. The fiche edition contains his essay, 50pp, & 42 ppp of information on microfilm reading machines, Microbooks, Micro Information Concepts & Micro Maps. I frequently carried his adv. and got a number of orders through his book. Alas, his planned microfiched journal did not eventuate. And now he is too busy as a successful SF author and involved with SoftServe electronic publishing. Too many people still think that a demand must be expressed by hundreds to thousands of paying customers. For a microfiche journal a few dozen are already enough. And an individual publisher, on his own, could even afford to give away a few hundred copies of his issues. Rather than spending much to gain hundreds or thousands of subscribers to a journal printed on paper, one should try to convert an already existing common interest circle of readers and writers, however small, to use fiche issues as an active link among existing members and to satisfy later information requests from outsiders. The right moment might be when a group plans a relatively expensive newsletter or magazine or when it has to cease publishing it for lack of funds. Or a libertarian dinner club might come to so publish its lecture notes and discussions, for all those who could not attend but would be interested, now or later on. At their cost related and different prices, they should be produced and offered on audio tape, video tape, in photocopies, on disks, on CDs and on microfilm, world-wide. I still wait for the first book manuscript to be simultaneously offered in all affordable alternative media upon demand. If it is not a bad book it could, merely thereby, gain so much publicity, even in the mass media, that it could become a bestseller. It is not sufficient to satisfy only a temporary and local audience or one limited to the first small and temporary impression. J.Z., 11.2.93.)

KOMAN, VICTOR, MAPA, The Microfiche Amateur Press Assn, 1p: 209, in PP 1512.

KOMAN, VICTOR, Microfiche Amateur Press Association (MAPA), The, 1p, 48x, in PP 626,629. – According to Jim Stumm’s latest directory, he has given up the attempt to publish MAPA. I would like to see more attempts of this kind, made to grow, patiently, from small beginnings, in a friendship group of people thus producing and reproducing material for each other, of book sized lengths, rather than resorting to photocopying, its costs and labours or to computer printouts. – J.Z. – See: James Koehnline’s Multilog attempt, which he did also discontinue, all too soon. – Almost all pro-freedom attempts remain uphill battles under present conditions. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KOMAN, VICTOR, Publish Your Own Book for under $ 50, 1986, 93pp, in 1 microfiche only, as long as stocks last, from LMP, for $ 1. – An introduction to microfiche self-publishing. Directly, with printed edition, from the author, for around $ 10. Address see above in introduction.

KOMAN, VICTOR, Some Reasons to Consider Microfiche, 1p article in The Voluntaryist, 29x, in PP 632, 642.

KOMAN, VICTOR, The Jehovah Contract, 1987, 1p. leaflet, 29x, in PP 727.

KOMAN, VICTOR, The REAL Reason We Own Guns, 2pp, in PP 492. – Guns in the hands even of some of the worst “citizens” are relatively harmless compared with guns in the hands of governments. All the murders committed by private criminals and psychopaths are only a fraction of those committed by criminal governments and their thugs. Among the exceptions might be counted the victims of careless driving and of abortion. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KONKER, ELIZABETH A., Colonial New England: The Cashless Society, 1974, 74pp, in PP 1365: 34.

KONKER, ELIZABETH A., Money in Colonial New England, 1973. 38pp, in PP 1365: 27. – These two titles by E.A. KONKER are not libertarian works but full of hints for those opposed to monetary despotism and interested in monetary freedom. – J.Z.

KONKIN III, SAMUEL EDWARD, A Cram History of the Libertarian Movement, Part II, post 1969, 2pp, 72, in PP1343/44: 2060.

KONKIN III, SAMUEL EDWARD, Frefannews II, 8/84, 2pp, in PP 1428/29: 287.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., Corporations and Government, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 468.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Corporativism Revivus, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 340.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Libertarian Strategy (1), 1p, in PP 1404/06: 103, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 257.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Separatism & Quebec, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 293, 312, 332.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, That Bread Is Mine, Too, (1), 1p: 138, (02), 1p: 150, in PP 1404/06. – In his scheme, victims whose aggressors were not caught or convicted, would miss out. If collective responsibility is applicable anywhere, then it is to those who believe in and practise equal forms of aggression. Perhaps out of a similar notion, Frederick II of Prussia proposed a penalty of 300 – 400% of the damage. – The excess over an individual’s damage could go into a fund for victims whose attackers could not be found or convicted. – Convicts could reduce the extra indemnification obligation only to the extent that they dobbed in those not caught or convicted. – Naturally, if all criminals with victims were caught and convicted then it would be another matter. But, for the time being this is too much to hope for. Thus, why not give an incentive to convicts to assist the police and the courts? – See PP 14 & 15. – J.Z.

KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, The Global Anarchovillage, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 221.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Agora v. Arena, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 34.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Agorists = The Anti-Utopian Visionaries. A first introduction to the position of the Market-Anarchists, 2pp: 112, in PP 501.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Anarchozionism, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 61.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Living Liberty, and just that, a reply to Rothbard, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, New Libertarian Manifesto, 1st. ed., 1980, 31pp, 29x, in PP 878.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Off the Deep End, A Revised and Expanded Cram History of the Libertarian Movement, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Our Enemy the Party, 2pp, in PP 1418: 118.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Revisionism Today, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 55.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Rothbard vs. Rothbardians, 2pp, in PP 1345/46: 146.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Stay at Home! 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, The Counter-Economic Alternative, 3pp, in PP 1,020.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, The End of the Libertarian Movement (a libertarian society), 76, 2pp, in PP 1345/46: 124.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, The Golden Age of Robert LeFevre, 3pp, in PP 1348: 10. – IV/17 of NEW LIBERTARIAN is largely dedicated to LeFevre.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Through Blackest Libertarian Cultures, 4pp, in PP 1348: 39.

KONKIN, SAMUEL EDWARD, III, Where I Was in ’69, 4pp, in PP 1350: 37 & 53.

KONRAD, GEORGE, The Long Work of Liberty, NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, Jan. 26, 1978, 38-41, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p83. Headed: Art and Autonomy.

KONSULARGERICHTSBARKEIT, GESETZ UEBER DIE -, vom 7. April 1900, 19 S. (German law on consular jurisdiction in foreign countries, for German nationals and protegee citizens.) In PP 1,051. See: Personal Law, On Panarchy, Exterritorial Autonomy, Justice.

KONZAK REPORT, THE, In Defence of Freedom, Denver, II/12, Dec. 89, 8pp sample, in PP 1112. Instead of each freedom lover pouring his heart and mind into a few pages of a limited circulation and limited in print period newsletter or magazine, all ought to pour them into a permanently in print archive, and information service, on microfiche, floppy disks and text CD-ROMs, of all freedom writings, with or without copyrights claims and charges. They way they do act now is almost like flying high over a country while shovelling out their pearls of wisdom over the landscape. It would not be so bad if PCs had at least been properly used to compile and keep up to date address lists according to special interests, bibliographies, abstracts, reviews, ideas data banks. So far their efforts largely only served to enrich paper manufacturers, printers, book binders and post offices. – J.Z.

KOONTZ, ALAN, The Cost of Running Amok within and without the State, 1986, 2pp, in PP 1423: 42.

KOONTZ, ALAN, The Difference between Archism & Egoism, with reply by S.E. PARKER, 2pp, in PP 1423: 42.

KOOPMAN, ROGER, The Minimum Wage – Good Intentions, Bad Results, 2pp, in PP 1271.

KOOSER, ERNEST O., Freedom Denied. A protest against depredations by political factions, pressure groups, and privileges upon the lives and earnings of private citizens, Berlin, Pennsylvania, 1946, 240pp, in PP 1073.

KOPEL, DAVID & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Will You Be Safer If Guns Are Banned? 6pp, in PP 1445: 89.

KOPEL, DAVID B., Quack Cures for Social Ills, on gun control, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p403.

KOPPELSTAETTER, B., ITG Vertriebsring, Kaufen ohne Geld, 3 S., ueber Ringtausch, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 241. – “Dass Plaene wie der Schoenstein-Plan in Deutschland unmoeglich sind, das hat ja inzwischen das Schicksal der von WALKER beabsichtigten Gruendung bewiesen.” – Bth., 21.6.55. – Klaus Falke versucht es auch jetzt wieder. J.Z., 7.6.96. – Vergl. WIR Wirtschaftsring, SAG, ESAG, und die Schriften von CONRAD HOPMAN – und die ganze Geldfreiheitsserie von PEACE PLANS. – J.Z.

KORDIG, C.R., Future Generations, the Right to Life, & the Principle of Double Effect: Some Libertarian Arguments, 1980, 11pp, in PP 1121. 7pp, 1980, 42x, in PP 606.

KOREA, NORTH KOREA, see Paranoic Kims Hold Region to Ransom, The Sunday Times, 1p, reprinted by THE AUSTRALIAN, 16 Nov.93, in PP 1142. More madmen with their fingers on nuclear buttons? And tyrannicide is still frowned upon, if not liable to prosecution, and all too rarely discussed. How many Hitlers, Stalins and Maos do we need to learn from their examples? – J.Z.

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

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

KORTMANN, EGON, Ueber Kapitalbildung u. Arbeitslosigkeit, 2 S., 29x, in PP 731

KOSTELANETZ, RICHARD, Anarchist Art, 4pp: 803, in PP 1484/85.

KOSTELANETZ, RICHARD, Blowing the “College Teaching” Biz, 4pp: 769, in PP 1484/85.

KOSTELANETZ, RICHARD, Teaching and The “Nonstandard” Writer, 8pp: 738, in PP 1484/85.

KOTLER, MILTON, Neighbourhood Government, 1p review by KARL HESS, in PP 1367/68: 76.

KOVALIK, PAT, All Right, Wise Guy, How Would You Fight Pollution Without Government? 2pp: 58, in PP 1488.

KOVALIK, PAT, The Vital Next Step, 5pp on Women’s Lib: 60, in PP 1488.

KOVESI, JULIUS, Against the Ritual of ‘Is” and ‘Ought’, MIDWESTERN STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY 3, 1978, 5-16, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p371, headed: The Is/Ought Chimera.

KOVIN, DAVID, The Anarchist as Griot, 10pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

KRAKEHLER, DER, Hamburg, Magazin fuer Eigenbroedler, egoistische Communisten, creative Anarchisten und Mutanten, No. 1, kein Datum, wahrscheinlich 1988, erscheint halbjaehrlich. Urspruenglich 1921, gegruended von Karl Dopf, nun: Herausgeber Nico El Rayo jr., 8 S., in PP 1326: 73. See: GO WEST, the follow-up.

KRAMER, ALLEN, The Republicans Had Ideology, Review of: FONER, ERIC, Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Men: The Ideology of the Republican Party before the Civil War, 1p, in PP 1425: 12.

KRAMNICK, ISAAC, English Middle-Class Radicalism in the Eighteenth Century, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 6pp in PP 1201p & another 38 pp in PP 1202, starting with sheet 937 in PP 1201.

KRAMNICK, ISAAC, Tom Paine: Radical Democrat, DEMOCRACY 1, Jan. 81, 127-138, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1664, headed: Tom Paine, Bourgeois Radical Democrat.

KRASNER, STEPHEN D., A Statist Interpretation of American Oil Policy toward the Middle East, POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 94, Spring 79, 77-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1197, headed: The State and Oil Policy. – There should be no more an “oil policy” then there should be a “vegemite policy”, a “socks policy” or a “toothbrush policy”. “Policies” is a cover word for wrongful and senseless to counterproductive and even absurd actions. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KRASSER, CORNELIA & SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, Frauen in der Spanischen Revolution, 1936 – 1939, mit Personenregister, 112 S., ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 32/33, in PP 1156.

KRAUS, MELVYN B., The Swedish Road to Serfdom Has Four Stops, 1p: 27, in PP 1469.

KRAUSS, MELVYN B., Development Without Aid, Growth, Poverty and Government, 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1538: 89. – The term aid is misleading, too. Private and free investment is also a form of aid, but an economic one, not a waste of money extorted from taxpayers or the wasteful form of most private charities. – J.Z.

KRAYNAK, ROBERT P., John Locke: From Absolutism to Toleration, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 74, March 80, 53-69, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1177, headed: Locke’s Tolerance: Prudence or Right? – Will it take another 2 century before in an academic journal a title appears headed e.g.: The absolutism of territorial sovereignty and its voluntaristic alternative? – J.Z.

KREILING, FREDERICK C., Science and Society, on Tullock, The Organization of Inquiry, 5pp, in PP 984.

KREL, BOB ‘GRANDAD’, Kinship & Clanism, 2pp, in PP 1373/75: 300.

KREL, BOB, Parental Responsibility: a Privilege or Obligation, in PP 1373/75: 20.

KREL, BOB, The Kinship Community, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 31-36.

KREL, MONTE FRANCISCO, Education & Youth Employment, in PP 1373/75: 5-8.

KRELING, PAUL, In Praise of Common Law & Equity & Against Statute Law, 1991, 2pp, LA Legal Notes No. 13, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Any Statute Law is good – if applied only to those who wanted it. At least it will teach them a lesson. We have to get away from trying to seek and practise official approvals or disapprovals for all people in a whole territory. Let all dissenters put up their thrones on their manure heaps, to be worshiped by their believers. J.Z.)

KRELING, PAUL, Opting Out: A Tale from a South London School, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

KRELING, PAUL, The Case against the Conveyancing Monopoly, 1991, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 11, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (If one has only the option to collectively fight one territorial legal imposition after the other, then this becomes an endless, costly and mostly fruitless job, with small successes attained, often, only after decades of campaigning. And legislators and regulators and vested interests and official courts and their “judgments” can easily imposed 2 backwards steps for every forward one achieved after a long battle – and they often do. Here, too, we need consumer sovereignty for individuals. Let individuals opt out to do their own things for and to themselves. A lawyer, disbarred and imprisoned, as he said, because of an embezzlement by his head clerk, told me once that at least the Australian lawyers had intentionally kept conveyancing, appeals and divorces complicated, since they were their “bread and butter” cases. Now there are thousands of other laws they can monopolistically profit from. J.Z.)

KRELING, PAUL, The Follies of British & European Monetary Policy, 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 34, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (LMP offers hundreds of free banking titles.)

KRESICH, DIANE & SEMMENS, JOHN, Auto Safety Regulations: Hazardous to Your Health, 1988, 28pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

KRESICH, DIANE & SEMMENS, JOHN, Coercion Is No Cure for Collision, 1987, 4pp, on compulsory seatbelt laws, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

KRESICH, DIANE & SEMMENS, JOHN, Deregulation, Privatization, and Air Travel Safety, 1989, 27pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

KRESICH, DIANNE, & SEMMENS, JOHN, Airline Deregulation: Freer Is Safer, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

KRETSCHMAR-STRADUS, WILHELM, Was ist Psycho-Tridynamis? 6 S., mit einer Anmerkung von U. von Beckerath, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 217. – Jede Abweichung von der Orthodoxie galt K.Z. schon als eine Empfehlung. Anwendung der Regel, dass 90% von allen Ideen, im Durchschnitt, wertlos sind, haette ihn vielleicht etwas kritischer gemacht. Aber er befuerchtete so sehr eine gute Idee ebenfalls abfaellig zu beurteilen, dass er urteilslos vielen Unsinn annahm und veroeffentlichte. Zumindest haette er in diesen Faellen auch kritische Urteile mit veroeffentlichen sollen. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

KRETZSCHMAR-STRADUS, WILHELM, Das Genie, 3 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 251.

KREZNER, JOHN E., Know Your Grocer, 2pp from THE FREE-MARKET YELLOW PAGES, 1987, in PP 793.

KRIEGEL, ABRAHAM D., Liberty and Whiggery in Early 19th-Century England, THE JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY 52, June 80, 254-278, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1661, headed: Aristocratic Liberty.

KRIEGER, LEONARD, Historicism’s Revenge, ANNALS OF SCHOLARSHIP, 1, Spring 80, 15-30, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1264, headed: Historicism: Individuality of Pattern?

KRIEGER, LEONARD, The Idea of Authority in the West, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 82, April 1977, 531-562, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p280, headed: Consensus and Authority.

KRIEGLER, ROY & ROWLAND, GORDON, Employee Decision-Making in the SECV, 6pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

KRISTOL, IRVING, About Equality, 9pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p128.

KRISTOL, IRVING, On the Democratic Idea in America, reviewed by R.A. CHILDS, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 7.

KROEGER, JUDITH, An Interview with Dr. J. Bruce Henriksen, 8p, in PP 1376: 80.

KROEGER, JUDITH, Health Care: Part I — A Prescription, 5pp, in PP 1376: 190. – Part II — Profit or Poverty? 6pp, in PP 1376: 202.

KROEGER, JUDITH, Medievalism: Mr Lippmann’s old home remedy, 3pp, in PP 1377: 49.

KROEGER, JUDITH, The Crusading Relativist, Review of: LERNER, MAX, Editor of: The Mind and Faith of Justice Holmes, selected writings, 10pp, in PP 1376: 244.

KROK, PETER, Choosing the Path of Civil Disobedience, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 46.

KRONENBERG, M., Moderne Philosophen, 1899, nur 1 S. Auszug ueber Stirner, 29x, in PP 300.

KRONMAN, ANTHONY T., Contract Law and Distributive Justice, THE YALE LAW JOURNAL 89, 472, 1980, 472-511 summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1099, headed: Contract Law & Justice.

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

KRONSTADT RESOLUTION, Feb. 21, 1p: 20, in PP 1475. – It looks as modest – as those of the Chinese Democracy movement. I bit more radicalism for freedom would have been desirable. – J.Z.

KRONSTADT UPRISING, See: BOOKCHIN, MURRAY, The Kronstadt Uprising, 1921, an introduction, 10pp: 27, in PP 1501.

KRONSTADT UPRISING, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Kronstadt, 11pp: 136, in PP 1501.- Imagine the consequences if they had won. The details of anarchist and libertarian revolutions ought to be pondered much more than is commonly the case. – J.Z.


KROPOTKIN, ALEXANDRA, Toward Mutual Aid, a review, 1p, of MUMFORD, LEWIS, The Conduct of Life, in PP 1411/12: 349.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, 1842-1921, Anarchism: its Philosophy and Ideal, an extract only, 4pp from APA, Anarchist Propaganda Association, Liberty, Equality, Solidarity, Brunswick E., Vic., in PP 1402: 173.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Act for Yourselves, London, Freedom Press, 1988, here only in review, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 2pp, 29x, in PP 921.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, An die Internationale der anarchistischen Bewegung, 3 S., Moskau, August 1920: 6, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, An die jungen Leute, 22 S.: 18, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Anarchism in Socialistic Evolution, an address delivered in Paris, 29pp, from the 1946 edition, Modern Publishers, Indore City, India & Libertarian Book House, Bombay, in PP 1366: 99.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Anarchism, Encyclopaedia Britannica, part I, 2pp: 182. Part II, 2pp: 188, in PP 1480.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Anarchismus, Der: Seine Philosophie und seine Ideale, Vortrag vom 6. Maerz 1896, mit dem 1. Teil, mehr naturwissenschaftliche Probleme betrachtend, weggelassen, 36 S., in PP 808.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Anarchist Communism: Its Basis and Principles, 1887, 8pp, in REVOLUTION, in PP 1170. – Instead of asserting and explaining them, they ought to be thoroughly criticized – and tried out again and again – but only among voluntary victims, autonomously organized on an exterritorial basis, so that no “capitalistic” legislation could be said to interfere with it and “capitalism among consenting adults” could be continued undisturbed. – J.Z.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, As He Saw Himself, and As He Saw the World, extracts, 30pp, with bibliography, 3pp, 24x, in PP 281.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Carta de Kropotkin a Francisco Ferrer, n.d., 1p: 30, in PP 1494.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Das Gesetz, 1 S., in PP 1322: 50.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, De Verovering van he Brood (La Conquete du Pain), Nijmegen, 1894, 296pp, in PP 468.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Anarchismus in Russland, 1905, 14 S., in PP 1157.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Geist der Empoerung, 20 S.: 70, in PP 1474. Also in PP 1155.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Krieg, 5 S.: 25, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Ursprung des Anarchismus, 2 S., in PP 1322: 19.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Verfall der Staaten, 5 S.: 11, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die allgemeine Lage, undatiert, 4 S.: 9, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Entwicklung der anarchistischen Ideen, 1912, 15pp, in PP 1401: 105.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Eroberung des Brotes (Wohlstand fuer Alle), deutsch von Bernhard Kampffmeyer, mit Vorrede von Rudolf Rocker, 1921, Verlag DER SYNDICALIST, Berlin, 191 S., in PP 468.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Franzoesische Revolution, 1789 – 1794, 38 S., in 2 Aufsaetzen: Die Grosse Franzoesische Revolution und ihre Lehren, 1889, 18 S., und: Der Geist der Empoerung, 19 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 15, in PP 1155.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die kommende Revolution, 4 S.: 14, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Kommune von Paris, 17 S.: 34, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Kommune, 10 S.: 30, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die landwirtschaftliche Frage, 15 S.: 39, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Notwendigkeit der Revolution, 5 S.: 12, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Ordnung, 5 S.: 29, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die Pariser Kommune, 13 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE, 16, in PP 1155.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die politischen Rechte, 7 S.: 16, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die repraesentative oder parliamentarische Regierung, 36 S.: 44, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die revolutionaeren Minoritaeten, 6 S.: 27, In PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Die soziale Enteignung der Enteigner (Die Expropriation), 20 S.: 78, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Diktaturen und revolutionaere Regierungen, 14 S.: 63, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Ethics, Origin and Development, 1924, 1936, indexed, 365pp, 29x, in PP 902.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Ethik, 1. Bd., Ursprung und Entwicklung der Sittlichkeit, uebersetzt aus dem Russischen und unvollstaendigen Manuskript, mit einem 1922 Nachwort, von N. Lebedeff, 6 S., insgesamt, mit Namensverzeichnis, 265 S., in PP 1400: 1. – Communist policies may have shortened his life and his writing career. In the end he lived in severe poverty, more than usually government caused. – But then he may have been only one of ca. 180 million victims of the Soviet Union, part of whose communist ideology he did promote, with some anarchist variations. After a few more years of experiencing it in practice, he might have become an adherent of free markets. – He was, after all, a scientist, habituated to pay attention to facts, not only beautiful theories or hypotheses. – J.Z.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Extrait de la Science Moderne et l’Anarchie & Extrait de L’Ethique, on Godwin, in PP 1099.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Gegenseitige Hilfe, 1910, 36x, in PP 621.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Gesetz und Autoritaet, 22 S.: 56, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Gesetz und Autoritaet, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 2, 48 S., in PP 1157. Enthaelt: Gesetz u. Autoritaet, 17 S., aus: Worte eines Rebellen, 1882; Kommunismus und Freiheit, 5 S., aus: Kommunismus u. Anarchismus, o.J.; Die anarchistisch – kommunistische Gesellschaft, 12 S., aus: La conquete du pain, 1892, mit 4 S. ueber K.’s Leben.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Memoirs of a Revolutionist, 1p review by JOSEPH R. STROMBERG, in PP 1367/68: 135.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Mutual Aid, a factor of evolution, 1902, 362pp, indexed, with a foreword by Ashley Montagu, 13pp, 29x, in PP 229.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Mutual Aid, condensation and foreword by Miriam Allen deFord, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Digest 27, 32pp, in PP 1140.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, 1p review by JOSEPH R. STROMBERG, in PP 1367/68: 135.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Organised Vengeance Called Justice 10pp, in Libertarian Anthology, 29x, in PP 392.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Proudhon und seine Ideen, 4 S., aus: Die Entwicklung der anarchistischen Ideen, in PP 1157.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Review by Paul Eltzbacher, 1900, 28pp, 24x, in PP 208.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, See: AVRICH, PAUL, Pedro Kropotkin, el principle anarquista, 2pp: 55, in PP 1494.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Sie alle sind – Sozialisten! 6 S.: 68, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, The Conquest of Bread, N.Y., Vanguard Press, 1926, 228pp,, in PP 495.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, The Definition of Anarchism, 1p, from: Memoirs of a Revolutionist: 160, in PP 1480.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, The State, Its Historic Role, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-575, 1947, 32pp, in PP 1218.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, The State: Its Historic Role, 2pp: 138, Part II, Fall of the Free City, 2pp: 42, in PP 1480.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Theorie und Praxis, 5 S.: 76, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Ueber die Ursachen des Ausbleibens der sozialen Revolution im verflossenen Jahrhundert, May 1904, 8 S.: 7, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Was ist Anarchie? 1 S., in PP 1322: 40.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Woran die letzten Revolutionen scheiterten, 1 S., in PP 1322: 15.

KROPOTKIN, PETER, Worte eines Rebellen, aus dem Franzoesischen uebersetzt von Pierre Ramus, 2. Auflage, Wien, 1924, 256 S.: 1, in PP 1474.

KROPOTKIN, PETER. The Terror in Russia. An Appeal to the British Nation, issued by the Parliamentarian Russian Committee, 6th edition, Aug. 21st, 1909. The first edition was July 12th, 1909. 78pp, in PP 495.

KROPOTKIN, PP 281, 392, 873, 921, 955, 1157.

KROPOTKIN, See: EVERS, WILLIAMSON M., Kropotkin’s Ethics and the Public Good, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 139.

KROSZNER, RANDALL & COWEN, TYLER, Neue Entwicklungen in den “New Monetary Economics”, ZEITSCHRFIT FUER WIRTSCHAFTSPOLITIK, WIRTSCHAFTSPOLITISCHE CHRONIC, Institut fuer Wirtschaftspolitik an der Universitaet zu Koeln, No.3, 1987, 16pp, in PP 814.

KROSZNER, RANDALL & COWEN, TYLER, Scottish Banking before 1844: A Model for Laissez-Faire? revised version, Oct. 1988, forthcoming, JMCB, 19pp, in PP 814.

KROSZNER, RANDALL & COWEN, TYLER, The Evolution of an Unregulated Payments System, May 88 version, 32pp, in PP 815.

KROY, MOSHE, A Critique of Objectivism, 118pp, 24x, in PP 27-28.

KROY, MOSHE, Anarcho Capitalism vs. Limited Government. Is there an Issue? 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

KROY, MOSHE, The Metaphysical Presuppositions of Political Economy, 8pp, 1977, 36x, in PP 571.

KRUG, WILFRID C., A Fantastic Debt Wonderland, presented by Rampart College, Windsor, Ontario, 2pp, a statistical long-term chart, in PP 1,020.

KRUG, WILFRIED, Besprechung von Hayek’s ENTNATIONALISIERUNG DES GELDES, 4 S., 1978, in PP 794.

KRUZAS, A.T., Encyclopaedia of Information System and Services, 1p leaflet only for this 1270pp monumental work of 1974. – Since then these services have multiplied. I know of no comprehensive listing that would be an equivalent to this work. Specialized microfiche publishers like LMP should be listed, too, in such a compendium, for all their offers remain “in print”. In the Feb. 94 issue of ANALOG, I just found advertised Ed Krol, The Whole Internet User’s Guide & Catalog, 400pp, offered for $ 24.95 by O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., 103 A Morris St., Sebastopol, CA 95 472, (800) 998-9938, (707) 829-0515, Fax (707) 829-0104. I do intend to invest as much in a survey of this option and would be very pleasantly surprised to find some anarchist and libertarian data banks in it, especially those offering the full texts of rare works and any that in quantity offer more than LMP does and that would, with their prices, be able to undercut me. Undoubtedly, if they have it, they could search for it faster and could deliver it faster than the snail mail delivers my fiche. Electronically, and for a price, they could be scanned and sent on line, too, to a COM-fiche printer, for a COM-fiche print-out or for a paper print-out or for reading on screen. But I would not be willing to pay the prices involved. So far no computer fan has been able to supply me with proof for extensive and affordable anarchist and libertarian publishing, using computers not only for wordprocessing etc., preparatorily for paper editions, but exclusively on electronic media. They were unable to prove that, even with the help of the existing electronic data banks – or no one bothered to do so towards me. And, on the subjects of highest interest to me, I have not found among them anyone as yet who seemed to me to be much better informed on them than I am, without electronic data bank access. Well, in a few months I will have some hard evidence for or against my case, at least for the time being. I do intend to review this book in my series. Mind you, I firmly believe that PCs, floppies and CDs could and should be used much more so than they were so far for anarchist and libertarian purposes. But all such offers, by millions of users, among them thousands of anarchists and libertarians, may still be behind, even in combination, of my single handed anarchist & libertarian microfiching efforts for the last 16 years. If not, I would be glad to hear about it and to offer dozens to hundreds of my microfiche frames to make such information known in my so far very limited circle. What makes me sceptical, among other things, is that with all these sources of information, the author and publisher still can only offer this book on paper and for $ 25, while I could probably offer the same quantity of text and some other material for a mere $ 1 on one microfiche. Why isn’t it at least offered on a floppy disk? Where are the bookshops and libraries that offer many books on floppies or CDs, even if they are only computer books? What I do seek are libertarian and anarchist electronic data banks that would accept some floppies from me, containing e.g. my lists and bibliographies and some writings, and would sell them on floppies and on line. I do not even want to be paid for this. – My check was returned and I was referred for the book to an Australian distributor who charges almost double the price. No and no thanks was my response. Since then there appeared at least 6 and possibly more book-length guides to the contents of the Internet offered by better bookshops. I perused some and found too little of interest to me to buy more than one of them: The complete IDIOT’S Guide to the INTERNET. – J.Z. – Since I wrote this probably dozens of Internet Guides have appeared in book form. I browse in them, occasionally, in bookshops. Some do not contain any entries on anarchism, libertarianism or liberty at all. Others only a few. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

KRYGIER, MARTIN & KAMENKA, EUGENE, Bureaucracy, the Career of a Concept, reviewed in 3pp by B.D. Beddie, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p216.

KRYGIER, MARTIN, Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination, Law, Affirmative Action and Human Rights, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p149.

KU SUI-LU, Die Form bankmaessiger Transaktionen im inneren chinesischen Verkehr, mit besonderer Beruecksichtigung des Notengeschaefts, 1926, 77pp, with some notes by John Zube, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 565.

KUBIAS, DUSAN, Local Success or The Complete Do-It-Yourself Guide to Forming and Running a Constituency Association for the Ontario Libertarian Party, 1984, 32pp: 117, in PP 1521.

KUEHNE, DIRK, Alternative Geldordnung: Proudhon und seine Tauschbank, 4 S.: 79, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.

KUEHNE, PAUL, Dr. med., Zum Nutzen der Oekonomie & des Wohlgeschmacks. Schutzstoffe in den Kulturpflanzen, 58, 1p, in PP 1400: 120.

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

KUENZLI, FREDERICK A., Right and Duty or Citizen and Soldier, Switzerland, Prepared and at Peace, A Model for the U.S., National Defence Institute, N.Y.C., 1916. Ca. 250pp. In PP 1070. – Only extensive study of the Swiss militia system that I have so far come across. – J.Z.

KUETTEL, KARL, A New Basis for External Trading, 9pp, 1934, 36x, in PP 769.

KUETTEL, KARL, Eine neue Grundlage fuer den Aussenhandel, 1934, 10 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

KUETTEL, KARL, The Question of an Inter-State Goods Clearing System, 4pp, 1934, 36x, in PP 769.

KUETTEL, KARL, Zur Frage eines zwischenstaatlichen Waren-clearings, 1934, 5pp, 24x, in PP 347-348.

KUHN, THOMAS S., The Relations between the History and the Philosophy of Science, in The Essential Tension: Selected Studies in Scientific Tradition and Change, Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1977, pp 3-20, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p267, headed: Scientific Paradigms and History.

KUHN, THOMAS, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 95, in PP 1468.

KUK0BAKA, MIKHAIL, Kukobaka vs. the Soviet System, from Social Inventions, No. 18, 1989/90, on M.K., who renounced his Soviet citizenship, 1p, in PP 1,051.

KUKASOVA, ADRIANA, Nozick’s Libertarianism: A Qualified Defence, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

KUKATHAS, CHANDRAN, Liberalism and Its Critics, 5pp: 103, in PP 1463/64.

KUKATHAS, CHANDRAN, The Problem of Living in Two Worlds, 1p: 222, in PP 1463/64.


KURDISTAN, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For Kurdistan, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 126. – Alas, only as a territorial nation, with its inherent majority despotism. R. favoured competing defence agencies but never, clearly, competing governments, as far as I know, and so, in practice, regarding politics, he always discussed only territorial non-solutions. – J.Z.

KURTZ, YOSHIO, Objectivism, Familism & the Rights of Children, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 323-326.

KUVOG – System von Nick Wahl, 1 S., 29x in PP 742.

KWITNY, JONATHAN, Blood Feud, 13pp: 285, in PP 1506/07. – True story.

KYSOR, GEORGE, Notes on panarchism in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, with some comments by JZ, 25 July 89, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 870. – Perhaps you can extract from George the name and address to whom he sold his index to ca. 150 libertarian books, when he could not publish it himself? When traced, it might perhaps finally appear, at least on microfiche. – J.Z.

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

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