M. Mr., ROTC: The Necessity for Reflection, 1p: 4, in PP 1477.

M., Die Hoehlendruckerei auf dem Gute des Zaren, 1908, 11 S., 29x, in PP 349.

M., GRAEME, The Fetishism of Economism, 2pp: 771, in PP 1484/85. – Most anarchists seem rather obsessed with ignoring economics – or replacing it by “neocomics”. – J.Z., 20.5.98.

MAARSEVEEN, H., von, co-editor of Law in Anarchism, 1980, 177pp, containing his article: Anarchism and the theory of political law, 15pp, 29x, PP 509.

MAASTRICHT REFERENDUM CAMPAIGN, 1996, 3pp leaflet, in PP 1411/12: 415.

MACASKILL, FRED, In Search of Liberty, extract on monetary freedom, from this book, with some advertisements for the publisher, BOOKS IN FOCUS, 8pp, 29x, in PP 905. One of the many books that I have not reproduced because of copyrights restrictions. – J.Z.

MACAULAY, See: BARTLETT, BRUCE, Macaulay: Defender of Capitalism, 4pp: 203, in PP 1529-33.

MACBRIDE FOR PRESIDENT COMMITTEE, Civil Liberties, leaflet, 6pp, M.F.P.C. Position Paper No. 3, 826, in PP 1457/62.

MACBRIDE FOR PRESIDENT COMMITTEE, Gun Control, M.F.P.C. Position Paper No.7, 6pp, in PP 1141.

MACBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Licensing, 2pp: 153, in PP 1506/07.

MACBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Protectionism, 2pp: 13, in PP 1506/07.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, A Contextual Note on Proprietary Communities, 1973, 2pp, 1973, 24x, in PP 107-108.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Associated Individualism: a Victorian dream of freedom, 1972, 8pp, 24x, in PP 107-108.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Beyond the Single Tax, The Heather Foundation, 1987, 17pp, in PP 1,011.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Drafting a Constitution for Orbis, 18pp reprint from RAMPART INDIVIDUALIST, I/1&2, n.d., in PP 1,007.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Editorial Preface to E.C. Riegel, Flight from Inflation, 11pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Editorial Preface to The New Approach to Freedom, by E.C. Riegel, 3pp, 1976, 24x, in PP 77-78.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, Jural Behavior in American Shopping Centres: Intitial Views on the Proprietary Community, from HUMAN ORGANIZATION, Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring 1971, 8pp, in PP 1,003.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, The Art of Community, 1970, with foreword by F.A. Harper, references & index, 118pp, 24x, in PP 107-108.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, The Art of Community, review by S.E. PARKER, Anarchism from the Right, 1pp: 101, in PP 1482.

MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, The Social Nature of Ownership, from MODERN AGE, Vol. 9, No. 1, Winter 1964-65, pages 49-61, 13pp, in PP 1,003.

MACCLINTOCK, JACK, The Edith Project: a Father’s Attempt to create a genius, 1977, 1p, in PP 714.

MACCORMACK, GEOFFREY, Grotius and Stair on Promises, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 22, 1977, 160-167, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p384, headed: Grotius: Contract and Natural Law.

MACDERMOTT, MARYLIN, A Smoke in Class, 2pp, 1973, 36x, in PP 714.

MACDONALD, FAUSET, Dr., On the Social Question, from THE WORKER (Sydney), July 1896, 3pp, 24x in PP 244.

MACDONALD, J. RAMSAY, Syndicalism, 1912, indexed, 74pp, 29x, in PP 629.

MACDONALD, KEN, After Apartheid, 1p, Pittsburg Press, June 28, 1987, in PP 1,021.

MACDOUGALL, DONALD, SIR, Economic Growth and Social Welfare, SCOTTISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 24, Nov. 77, 193-206, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p705, headed: Inflation and the Welfare State. – Apparently, without any notion of the monetary freedom alternative. – J.Z.

MACEY, RICHARD, Fresh, organically grown, but still a toxic fruit cocktail, SMH 20 Sep. 93, 1p, in PP 1366: 123.

MACEY, RICHARD, Object of their sleuthing could be a real Paine, clipping, 1p, on what may be the skull of Paine, in PP 1159.

MACFARLANE, ALAN, Individualism vs. Peasant-Feudalism, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 262. – From: LIBERTARIAN FAMILIST, 9/10/1988.

MACFARLANE, ALAN, The Origins of English Individualism: Some Surprises, THEORY AND SOCIETY 6, Sep. 78, 255-277, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p481, headed: Individualism vs. Peasant-feudalism.

MACFARLANE, DOUGLAS, Red Emma Goldman Stumps for Anarchy, Social Revolutionary Predicts War and Regards Rebellion as only Alternative, WINDSOR STAR, Ontario, May 19, 39, 2pp, in PP 1359: 17.

MACFARLANE, HELEN, Grain Dollar Proposal, 2pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.

MACGOOHAN, PATRICK, The Prisoner, Review, Different Values, by Chris Tame, in PP 696.

MACGREGOR, ISLA & MARTIN, BRIAN & PHILLIPS, SHIRLEY, Suppression of intellectual dissent: what it is and what to do about it, August 93, 2pp leaflet, picked in 1995 Visions of Freedom conference, in Sydney, in PP 1323: 58.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., A Reconsideration of Natural Rights Theory, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 18, 1981, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1282, headed: Establishing Human Rights.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., A Response to the Challenge, 1p, with short reply by Rothbard, on limited government & competing defence agencies, in PP 1312/1314: 23. Of some panarchist interest.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Alienation: Was Marx Right? 6pp: 153, in PP 1506/07.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Archy & Anarchy. The State of the Debate, 1972, 2pp: 638, in PP 1457/62.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Editorial on Nolan’s proposal of a libertarian party, 1p, 1971, in PP 1273.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Equality’s Dependence on Liberty, in: Equality and Freedom, ed. by Gary Dorsey, Dobbs-Ferry, N.Y., Oceana Publishers, 1977, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p516, headed: Liberty and Equality.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., For Moral Growth, 2pp: 74, in PP 1477.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Friedman’s Value-Free Value: Human Liberty, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 93.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Has the Sceptic Won? 3pp: 445, in PP 1457/62.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Human History and Human Natural Rights, in Human Rights and Human Liberties: A Radical Reconsideration of the American Political Tradition, Chicago, Nelson Hall, 1975, pp 2-46, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p369, headed: The Anatomy of Natural Rights.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Human Rights and Human Liberties, 1p review by JACK WHEELER, in PP 1367/68: 132.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Interview by AMERICAN LIBRTARIAN, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 147.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Justice and the Welfare State, 15pp, reprinted from THE PERSONALIST, Vol. 50, No. 3, Summer 69, in PP 24. Why hasn’t this publication been put on microfiche? Why aren’t all of Machan’s writings made so available? Ask him! – J.Z.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Kuhn, Paradigm Choice and the Arbitrariness of Aesthetic Criteria in Science, THEORY AND DECISION, 1977, 361-362, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p269, headed: Paradigm Choice, Art, and Reason.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Law, Justice, and Natural Rights, WESTERN ONTARIO LAW REVIEW, 14, 1975, 119-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p93. Headed: Legal Naturalism.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Libertarianism: A Warning, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Liberty Step by Step, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 284.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Liberty vs. Coercion: The Burden of Proof, 4pp: 151, in PP 1529-33.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., LIEBERMAN, STANLEY, Review of MACHAN, TIBOR R., Human Rights and Human Liberties, 4pp, in PP 1124.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Mack on Randian Rights, 1986, 3pp: 6, in PP 1488.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Morality and Business, 11pp: 7, in PP 1506/07.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Natural Law and Its Critics, discussion, 1p: 157, in PP 1463/64.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., On Human Rights, Feudalism and Political Change, in: Alan S. Rosenbaum, ed., The Philosophy of Human Rights, Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1980, ch. 12, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1175, headed: Human Rights and Political Change.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., On Man and Perfection, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 66.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., On Rejecting Human Rights, from “Reason”, May 1973, 48x, in PP 589/590.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Prima Facie vs. Natural (Human) Rights, JOURNAL OF VALUE ENQUIRY 10, Summer 1976, 119-131, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p221. Headed: Prima Facie Rights.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Public choice theory: Not the whole story, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 237.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Rational Choice and Public Affairs, THEORY AND DECISION, Dec. 80, 229-258, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1469, headed: Liberty, Rational Choice & Public Affairs.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Recent Work in Ethical Egoism, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 16, Jan. 79, 1-15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p611, headed: Is Egoism a Valid Ethic?

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Review of: ACTON, H.B., What Marx Really Said, 1p: 41, in PP 1468.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Review of: BAKER, JAMES T., Ayn Rand, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 111.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Review of: LOUCH, A.R., Explanation and Human Action, 1p: 30, in PP 1468.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., See: LEVATTER, ROBERT, Review, 1p, of: The Libertarian Reader, ed. by Tibor Machan, in PP 278.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., See: MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Tibor Machan on Value & the Scope of Economics: A Critique, 1991, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., See: NEFF, RONN, A Note on Machan’s Anarchism, 2pp: 399, in PP 1457/62.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Seed Money for Conflict in the Groves of Academe, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Some Recent Work in Human Rights Theory, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 17, April 80, 103-115, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1070, headed: Human Rights Scholarship.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Corruption of Human Rights, POLICY REVIEW, 1981, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1283, headed: Misunderstanding Human Rights.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Ethics of Gradualism, 1987, 2pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. I wish authors like Tibor Machan, Murray Rothbard et al, whom I respect much, would bother to get their collected works, and papers, so far produced, completely and cheaply accessible on microfiche. Why should they only appear years or may be decades after their death, in expensive paper editions, which many could not afford? E.g. reprints of the Works of Spencer and Sumner cost ca. $1200 – 1300. On fiche they could probably offer their works now, for $ 50 or less. And they could have them scanned and automatically indexed, too. Most of their correspondence should also be made so available, before they die, to make it more affective, whilst they are still living. Potentially, their market could increase tenfold or more by the price price reductions and by the availability of all of their written statements intended for publication or for which publicity is desired by them. – J.Z.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Ethics of Privatization, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 163. – Surely, it is NOT right and ethical to hand over the sales proceeds to politicians and bureaucrats rather than to their victims! See PP 19 C. – J.Z.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Libertarian Alternative: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy, edited by T.M., review by RALPH RAICO, 1p: 61, in PP 1468.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Libertarian Reader, in PP 277/278: 200.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Moral Case for Deregulation, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 369.

MACHAN, TIBOR R., Two Kinds of Individualism: A Critique of Ethical Subjectivism, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MACHEK, ERNST, Das Geheimnis des Erfinders, des Erfolges, des erfolgreichen Kaufmannes, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 256.

MACHEK, ERNST, Von der Idee zum Erfolg, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 206. – Als ob das ohne Ideen Archiv und Talentenkarteien und Informationsdienste leicht genug waere. – J.Z., 9/97.

MACHENRY, ALISTAIR, Masochism at Hyde Park, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 242. – Racism seems to be tolerated there IF it is directed against “white” people. – By the way, I have never met person who was truly “white” and even the darkest Negroes are not really black or close to black on some parts of their bodies. Anyhow, I prefer e.g. a “blue” libertarian to a “white” statist. – J.Z.

MACHIAVELLI, NICK, HEW Plot Revealed. If I Were Secretary of HEW, 1p: 92, in PP 1498.

MACHINES & EMPLOYMENT, See: PP 1146. – See: Unemployment, Automation.


MACHINES, See: CROSS, MALLORY, Are we Enslaved by Machines? 8pp: 10, in PP 1529 -33.


MACHLUP, FRITZ, Ludwig von Mises: A Scholar Who Would Not Compromise, 9pp, in PP 1268.

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

MACHNO BEWEGUNG, DIE, Texte u. Dokumente, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 23, 32 S., in PP 1155. – See also under spelling MAKHNO.

MACHNO, NESTOR, Das ABC des revolutionaeren Anarchisten, 18 S., 29x, in PP 584.

MACHNO, NESTOR, See: SKIRDA, A., Hace 50 anos murio NESTOR MAJNO 2pp: 77, in PP 1494.

MACIVER, R.M. Die Macht der Gruppenvorstellung. Ueber die verheerende Wirkung vorgefasster Meinungen, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p223. On unjustified generalizations, collective “judgments” and collective responsibility.

MACK, ERIC, An Outline of a Theory of Rights, paper presented at the Libertarian Scholars Conference, Princeton University, Oct. 78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p370, headed: Egoism and Rights.

MACK, ERIC, Consequentialism, Agent-Relationship, and Moral Side-Constraints, discussion, 1p: 156, in PP 1463/64.

MACK, ERIC, In Defense of “Unbridled” Freedom of Contract, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 40, Jan. 81, 1-14. (An earlier version of this paper was presented at a symposium on Freedom of Contract, sponsored by the IHS & the Univ. of Dallas, 1978.), summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1581, headed: Defending Freedom of Contract. – Were panarchistic contracts with optional governments, also discussed? – J.Z.

MACK, ERIC, Liberty and Justice, in Justice and Economic Distribution, ed. by William Shaw and John Arthur, N.Y., Prentice Hall, 1978, 183-193, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p212. Headed : Justice, Lockean Rights, and Liberty.

MACK, ERIC, Natural and Contractual Rights, ethics 87, Jan. 77, 153-159, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p288, headed: The Right against Coercion.

MACK, ERIC, Review of: BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., Jr., editor, American Conservative Thought in the 20th Century, 1p: 77, in PP 1468.

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

MACK, ERIC, The Essence of Nozick’s Entitlement Theory, 1p, in PP 492.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Brauchen Sie einen Vormund? 2 S., & Flugblaetter, 14 S., mit Leseproben, 24x, in PP 291.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Brauchen Sie einen Vormund?, Verlagsverzeichnis, 10 S., in PP 825.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Die Mackay Gesellschaft wird neu belebt, 2 S., August 93, mit Jochen Knoblauch und Andre Siegenthaler als Kontaktaddressen, in PP 1327: 124.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Einfuehrung in Gedanken und Betrachtungen zu An-Archie und Anarchismus vom Standpunkt des Individuums aus, mit Beitraegen von John Henry Mackay, Benjamin R. Tucker, K.H.Z. Solneman, Emile Armand, Uwe Timm, 19 S., n.d., entnommen aus: Individualistischer Anarchismus – eine Autorenauswahl, Libertad Verlag, Berlin, 1978, in PP 1,006.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Flugblaetter, 4 S., 29x, in PP 300, 6 S., 29x, in PP 187.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, German Society, started by Kurt H. Zube (Solneman), 1905 – 1991. Uwe Timm’s revival attempt, 1p, in PP 1,051. (LMP tries only to get & keep its political and economic writings alive on fiche & to induce its former members to utilize this medium to publish much more than the Mackay Gesellschaft did. – J.Z.)

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Literaturliste, 16 S., in PP 811.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Mitteilungen der Mackay Gesellschaft, Nr. 1-26, 1974-1986, 63 S., in PP 809, Nr. 19, 1983 – Nr. 25, 1986, in PP 826.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Offener Brief der Mackay-Gesellschaft an Bundespraesident Carstens, der mit Gegnern der parliamentarischen Demokratie in eine Diskussion eintreten will: “Dialog auch mit Systemgegnern”, 20pp, 24x, in PP 332. (Panarchistic!)

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, See: ESPERO, Rundbrief der Mackay-Gesellschaft, Nr. 0, 1-10,

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, See: PP 156, 809, 811 (Ein Mensch der abhaengt…). See also the draft for a micrographic archivization, continuation and unlimited expansion of the work of this society, in German, in PP 811, 826.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Ueber Uns Der Staat – und in uns seine Saat? Flugblatt, 2pp, 29x, in PP 424 & 426.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Vereinbarung zwischen K.Z. & J.Z. betr. Mikrofiche Ausgaben von Werken der Mackay Gesellschaft, 1984, 1 S., in PP 811. – K.Z. insisted on a formal contract. – J.Z.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Verlagsprogramm, 1983/84, 10 S., 42x, in PP 567, also in PP 825.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Verlagsprospekt, Buecherliste, 14 S., in PP 1328: 115.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, Wir haben es auf SIE abgesehen, Verlagsverzeichnis, undatiert, 8 S., in PP 825. – Unter grossen persoenlichen und finanziellen Opfern hat die Mackay Gesellschaft einige Schriften voruebergehend auf Papier produziert. Aber weder unter Kurt Zube u. Uwe Timm hat die Gesellschaft bisher etwas billig und bestaendig auf Mikrofiche veroeffentlicht. Uwe erwaegt jetzt wenigstens die Moeglichkeit der CD-ROMs. Wenn man Freiheitsideen vermitteln kann, dann sollte man auch Freiheitsmoeglichkeiten durch Mikrofiche und Freiheitsliteratur auf Mikrofiche vermitteln koennen. Oder sollte man eher, und weiterhin, stillschweigend, zu sich und anderen sagen: Lieber die meiste Freiheitsliteratur unveroeffentlicht oder unzugaengig oder meist ausser Druck und unuebersetzt lassen, oder sie nur kostspielig, voruebergehend, meist nicht in die Hauptsprachen uebersetzt und nur auf Papier gedruckt anbieten, als sie vollstaendig, billig und bestaendig und in den Hauptsprachen auf Mikrofiche anbieten! Man muss eine solche Position nur klar stellen um die hier vorliegende Apathy, Irrationalitaet, ja sogar den Skandal unter den meisten jetzigen “Freiheitssuchern”, zu entbloessen. Die Freiheitsideen koennten die meisten und dringendsten Probleme unserer Zeit schnell und leicht loesen. Sie NICHT so vollstaendig, bestaendig und billig wie moeglich zugaengig zu machen, macht uns daher zu Mitwissern und zum Teil zu Mitschuldigen an den Verbrechen unseres Zeitalters. Die Entschuldigung: “Ich ziehe aber Drucksachen auf Papier vor!”, reicht nicht aus. Wir “leben” immer noch im Schatten von Territorialstaaten und ihren ABC “Waffen”, der Unwissenheit, dem Unsinn oder Wahnsinn einiger Weniger ausgesetzt und wir benutzen nicht ALLE uns zur Verfuegung stehenden “Waffen” um die noetige Aufklaerung zu erreichen und zu beschleunigen. Fuer 500 Jahre haben Drucksachen meist vergeblich gegen den Staat gekaempft. – In den letzten PEACE PLANS, Nos. 1447 – 1507, die weniger als die Arbeit eines Jahres for mein LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHE PUBLISHING darstellen, sind moeglicherweise mehr Seiten enthalten als Kurt Zube, in seinem ganzen Leben, fuer ueber 50 Jahre, an Literatur veroeffentlicht hat. Wenn das wahr ist, oder auch nur annaehernd zutrifft, sollte das nicht nachdenklich machen? Unter seinen Schriften stellten die anarchistischen nur einen Bruchteil dar, waehrend sich LMP auf sie und libertaere konzentriet. Seine Angebote waren nicht billig, hatten nur eine beschraenkte Auflage und waren meist bald ausser Druck. Die Mikrofiche von LMP sind billig und bestaendig im Druck, auf Bedarf. Pro Buchtitel werden nur ca. DM 25 – 50 “riskiert”, um sie bestaendig in diesem Format anbieten zu koennen. Sie kosten dem Besteller weniger in diesem Format als das Porto fuer ein gedrucktes Buch durch die Post. Mehrere dieser “Buecher” passen in einen einfachen Brief. Eine kleine Freiheitsbibliothek, zusammen mit einem kleinen Lesegeraet, ist tragbar und kann fuer Versammlungen mitgenommen werden. – Sind die Freunde von Mackay’s Anarchismus nicht imstande solche Vorteile fuer sich zu erkennen und auszunutzen? Erkennen sie darin nicht die Gelegenheiten fuer Presse- und Informationsfreiheit? Brauchen sie dafuer mehr als einen einmaligen Hinweis? Wenn ja: Warum? Sind auch sie nur Gewohnheitstiere in dieser Hinsicht? – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MACKAY SOCIETY, Individualist Anarchism, an Anarchist Broadside, 5pp, n.d., in PP 975, leaflet, 6pp, in PP 806, 6pp: 5, in PP 1505. See: PP 731. See: STORM, THE & SULLIVAN, MARK.

MACKAY SOCIETY, Individualist Anarchism, one perspective, 6pp, 29x, in PP 546, 2pp, in PP 1098.

MACKAY SOCIETY, Leaflets, 6pp, announcing issue 16/17 of THE STORM: 7, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN F., How I Became a Freethinker, n.d., 5pp, in Little Blue Book No. 677, in PP 1206.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Abrechnung, Randbemerkungen zu Leben und Arbeit, 2. Aufl., 1976, Mackay Gesellschaft, 188 S., 24x, in PP 282.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Ausgewaehlte Gedichte, 1884 – 1926, Verlag der Mackay Gesellschaft, 1984, 191 S., in PP 1321.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Auszuege aus: Der Freiheitssucher & Abrechnung, 7pp, 24x, in PP 281.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Bibliothek: Kurze Titelliste der Bibliothek von Mackay, 1925, 19pp, in PP 932. – In Moskau oder Leningrad wuerde sie jetzt wieder zugaengig sein. – Freunde Mackay’s sollten dort die seltenen Werke photokopieren und dann verfilmen lassen. – J.Z., 16.6.99.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Der Freiheitssucher, Psychologie einer Entwicklung, 1920, gewidmet an Benjamin R. Tucker, vom 1975 Nachdruck der Mackay Gesellschaft, 255 S., 24x, in PP 186.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Die Anarchisten, Kulturgemaelde aus dem Ende des XIX. Jahrhunderts, 1891, 1976, 1983, 8. Auflage, 19. Tausend, Mackay Gesellschaft, Freiburg/Br., 304 S., ISBN 3-921 388-61-9, in PP 1327: 1.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Die Menschen der Ehe, Schilderungen aus der Kleinen Stadt, 4. Aufl., 1985, 96 S., 24x, in PP 648.


MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Four Poems: Defence; 1919; 13; Curse: 54, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, L’oeuvre de Max Stirner: L’Unique et sa Propriete, adaption et mise au point de ARMAND, E., Editions de “l’en dehors”, Orleans, 1939, 40pp, in PP 1321.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Love Poems, 8pp, introduced & translated by Eric Thorndale : 68, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Max Stirner, Sein Leben und sein Werk, from the 1971 edition of the Mackay Gesellschaft, 271pp, indexed, 24x, PP 280.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, P.J. Proudhon, 1p, 24x, in PP 281.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: ARMAND, E., John Henry Mackay, 1p: 54, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: KENNEDY, HUBERT, A Mackay Bibliography, 2pp: 72, in PP 1505.

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

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: 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.



MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: MUELLER, THOMAS, Die Aktualitaet von J. H. Mackay, 4 S., in PP 1408: 64.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: PP 60, 187, 548, 567, 825,

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, The Freedomseeker, 2pp: 61, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Der Bahnbrecher John Henry Mackay, 1978, 16 S., in PP 60, 187 & 825.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: SULLIVAN, MARK A., The Life and Ideas of John Henry Mackay, Part I: Sagitta, 5pp: 70, Part II, 1p: 8 & 10, in PP 501.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: TIMM, UWE, John Henry Mackay, 7 S.: 55, in PP 1456.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, See: TIMM, UWE, John Henry Mackay: Die Anarchisten, Forum Verlag, Leipzig, 1992, 3 S. Besprechung, in FRAGEN DER FREIHEIT, in PP 1419: 138.


MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Sturm, Gedichte, Volks-Ausgabe, 7. Verkuerzte Auflage, 1927, Der Syndikalist, 1974, Verlag Freie Gesellschaft, 97 S., in PP 1333: 1- 24.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, The Anarchists, A Picture of Civilization at the Close of the Nineteenth Century, translated by George Schumm, published by Benj. R. Tucker, 1891, 305pp, 24x, in PP 57-60.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, The Freedom Seeker, 1920, 1983, 198pp, 29x, in PP 819.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, The Swimmer, extracts, 6pp, with 1p introduction by translator Edward Mornin: 65, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, The Veil of Sagitta. Letters on the Nameless Love from J.H. Mackay to B.R. Tucker, introduced and edited by Hakim Bey, 9pp: 56, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Two Poets, 2pp, a short story: 60, in PP 1505.

MACKAY, THOMAS, A Plea for Liberty An Argument Against Socialism and Socialist Legislation, consisting of an introduction by Herbert Spencer and Essays by various Writers, ed. by Thomas Mackay, 2nd. ed., 1891, 414pp, 36x, PP 202.

MACKAY, THOMAS, A Policy of Free Exchange, Essays by various writers on the Economic and Social Aspects of Free Exchange and Kindred Subjects, 1894, 292pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MACKAY, THOMAS, An Apology for Liberty, 1908, 32pp, lecture before the British Constitution Association, in PP 975.

MACKAY, THOMAS, Investment, 34pp, 36x, in PP 202.

MACKAY, THOMAS, Relief by Means of Employment, 1896, Economic Review, 10pp, 29x, in PP 609.

MACKAY, THOMAS, The Interest of the Working Class in Free Exchange, 1894, 38pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MACKAY, THOMAS, The Poor Law and the Economic Order, 1902, Economic Review, 11pp, 29x, in PP 609.

MACKAY, THOMAS, The State and Charity, 1898, 201pp, 29x, in PP 490.

MACKENZIE, COMPTON SIR, Thy Neighbour As Thyself, Catholic essay, 1959, 6pp, 29x, in PP 408.

MACKENZIE, SARA, The Morality of Prostitution, 92, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 41.

MACKINNON, MARSHALL, Caught between two cultures, 1983, 2pp, on shell money shortage, 29x, in PP 731.

MACKO, David, Dear Alternate Party Activist, 1985, 2pp, 29x, in PP 724. – See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY.

MACKY, JOHN HENRY, See: Individualist Anarchism.

MACLENNAN, DUNCAN, The 1974 Rent Act – Some Short Run Supply Effects, THE ECONOMIC JOURNAL, UK, 88, June 78, 331-342, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p712, headed: Rent Regulation.

MACLEOD, DUNCAN, The Political Economy of John Taylor of Caroline, JOURNAL OF AMERICAN STUDIES 14, Dec. 80, 387-405, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1760, headed: John Taylor: Labor & Liberty.

MACLEOD, HENRY DUNNING, The Science of Economics and its Relation to Free Exchange and Socialism, 1894, 46pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MACLEOD, KEN, Libertarianism, the Loony Left and the Secrets of the Illuminati, 2pp, PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES No. 10: 79, in PP1516.

MACLEOD, KEN, The Stone Canal, Leaflet, 1p. on new libertarian SF novel: 14.

MACLEOD-CULLINANE, BARRY, John Gray & the Contradictions of Conservative Communitarianism, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 141.

MACLEOD-CULLINANE, BARRY, Taxation vs. the Market Process or: The Indirect Harm Done by Higher Taxes, 1992, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 41, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MACLEOD-CULLINANE, BARRY, This House Believes that the Lord Mayor’s Office Should Be Abolished, speech, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 143.

MACLEOD-CULLINANE, BARRY, Women Should Lose the Vote (And so Should Men), 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 50.

MACMASTER, MIKE , A History of Law and Free Market Legal Systems, 31pp, in PP 1,004.

MACMILLAN, SUZANNE, Rand’s Speech at the Forum, 1973, 2pp: 59.

MACPHEE, IAN, The “People” Element in Organisational Effectiveness, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297.

MACPHERSON, C.B., Review article of ADAM SMITH’S POLITICS: An Essay in Historiographic Revision, by Donald Winch, N.Y., Cambridge UP, 1978, in: HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 11, Fall 79, 450-454, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1299, headed: Adam Smith & the Liberal Tradition.

MACPHERSON, HECTOR C., Adam Smith, 1899, 160pp, 29x, in PP 569.

MACPHERSON, HECTOR, Spencer and Spencerism, 1900, 244pp, in PP 1324: 54.

MAD COW DISEASE: Thatcher ministers “hid” mad cow threat, 1p, THE INDEPENDENT, THE GUARDIAN, THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 25 March 96. – The NSW Progress Party, in its latest newsletter, had just one body of evidence to offer against the supposed threat from ingesting meat contaminated with it, namely, the body of an English vegetarian, who died from the disease. But there are very few diseases which have only one way to travel from one to another. – Since the politicians manage to hide their own madness pretty well from most voters, we should not be surprised about this cover-up, either. – J.Z., 4.12.96. – It seems to be a much greater threat than AIDS, to all meat eaters. Who is not infected yet? – J.Z.

MAD, Anarchistische Hefte, Nr. 3, undatiert, 28 S.: 90, in PP 1499. – The authors of this magazine had not yet overcome most Marxist prejudices. – It is a sample of the kind of “anarchist”, or, rather, “egalitarian” publications that I dislike. – J.Z.

MADDEN, CARL H., The Evolution of the Concepts of Land Ownership, 13pp, in PP 1216.

MADDOCK, K., Contracts between Anarchists, 6pp: 466, in PP 1484/85.

MADDOCK, K., The Mystery of Kropotkin and Radcliffe-Brown, 8pp: 727, in PP 1484/85.

MADDOCK, K., Through Kropotkin to the Foundation of Radcliffe-Brown’s Anthropology, 8pp: 763, in PP 1484/85.

MADDOCK, K., Why Kropotkin Advised Radcliffe-Brown as he Did, 7pp: 753, in PP 1484/85.

MADDOCK, KENNETH, Anarchism, Regionalism and the Fourth World, 4pp, 36x, in PP 412, p300.

MADDOCK, KENNETH, Marxism and Law, 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p385.

MADDOCK, KENNETH, Pluralism and Anarchism, 16pp, 36x, in PP 412, p44.

MADDOCK, KENNETH, The Anarchism of Michael Bakunin, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, p160.

MADDOCK, SHEILA, Dictatorship and Proletariat, 6pp: 584; 7pp: 621; 6pp: 641, in PP 1484/85.

MADDOX, WILLIAM & STUART LILIE, Beyond Liberal and Conservative, 1p, in PP 1165.

MADDY, BASIL, Proudhon vs. Marx, a 5pp extract from his (then, 1967 and perhaps still) unpublished magnum opus of over 1,000 pages: World Minds, 24x, in PP 55. (Can anyone provide a photoready copy of the manuscript, if it is still unpublished and sponsor my filming costs? $ 100 should cover them. – J.Z.)

MADISON INSTITUTE: THE JAMES MADISON INSTITUTE for public policy studies, a 7pp introduction, with a sample of THE MADISON MESSENGER, 6th issue, Spring – Summer Quarters, 1989, 4pp, in PP 1,040.

MADISON MESSENGER, THE, 6th issue, Spring-Summer 1989, 4pp, in PP 1,040.

MADISON REPORT, THE, March/April 1990, Vol. 4, No. 2. The newsletter of the Madison Group, an association of ca. 60 free-market think tanks conducting state and local policy research, 34pp, with literature list and directory, in PP 1107. Even between them they have not yet discovered and used the potential benefits and economics of micrographics for themselves. So, how thorough is their combined research for liberty options? – J.Z.

MADISON, CHARLES A., Emma Goldman, a biographical sketch, 1960, 22pp, 29x, in PP 618.

MADISON, JAMES, Property, 1 p, from THE FREEMAN, 24x, in PP 301.

MAERKIN, ROBERT, Prof., Arbitration Law, London, 1994. Here only a 4pp leaflet on this book, in PP 1272 : 119.

MAERTELAERE, GUY DE, Freedom & Consciousness: A Wholistic Approach, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1568.

MAGAZINE BULLETIN, fanzine information, THE SMALL MAGAS ARCHIVE, Belgium, 4pp, in PP 961.

MAGAZINES FOR THE FREE EXCHANGE OF OPINIONS, 1962 9pp, in PP 60-63 & 399/400. This was written for print on paper. Micrographics offers almost unlimited options in this sphere. – J.Z.

MAGAZINES FOR THE TIMELY AND SUFFICIENT ANNOUNCEMENT OF ALL LECTURE AND DISCUSSION EVENTS IN A CITY AT WHICH GUESTS ARE WELCOME, PP 61-63. (I did produce a few trial issues for Sydney and may film them one day, as samples of what could and should be done in this sphere. Perhaps someone will provide such a journal for the first city, on fiche, and on disk and on line? – J.Z.)

MAGON, RICARDO FLORES & RIVERA, LIBRADO, Manifest an die Anarchisten u. Arbeiter der Welt, 4 S., in PP 1155.


MAGUIRE, THOMAS F., Free Trade vs. Protectionism, 1983, 3pp, in PP 1252.

MAHAFFY, FRANCIS E., Eat, Drink, Talk, 7pp: 246, in PP 1529- 33. – On Eritrea.

MAHER, EWARD, The Hot Fight over the Right to Work, 12pp, in PP 1418: 28.

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

MAHONEY, DENNIS, How to Destroy / Save the University, 2pp: 77, in PP 1477.

MAHONEY, DENNIS, Stop Monopoly Capital, 1p: 63, in PP 1477.

MAHONEY, PETER, The Boss who Likes People, 2pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

MAIL DELIVERIES: 5 or 6 per day, long ago, in London: 125, in PP 1476. – Hint from SMH, Dec. 13, 1997. Since then transport has become much faster, the sorting is largely computerized and the mail has become much more expensive, slower and uncertain. Telegrams have been completely discontinued. Nevertheless, the letter mail monopoly is still upheld. At least there are FAX and e-mail options now. But do we really have to wait for technological developments, over generations, to push back or destroy such monopolies? – I wish I had all the money by which the P.O.s overcharged me over competitive market prices. Nor do I get a price reduction for having to pick up my mail at the P.O. and having to mail it there. I had to wait for about 20 years for a P.O. Box and got it only because it had become a contract post office, concerned with making a buck. Would a referendum uphold the postal monopoly? – J.Z.

Main Catalog, 1980, with Supplement, 200pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.

MAINE, COLIN, Religion and Madness, 1985, Rationalist Assn. Of N.S.W., copyrighted, 12pp: 60, in PP 1477.

MAINE, COLIN, The Benefits of Porn, revised 2nd. ed., Nov. 86, 5pp, in PP 1145. – Neither the benefits of pornography nor its disadvantages should be exaggerated by friends or enemies. – J.Z.

MAINE, COLIN, The Catholic Church, Enemy of Mankind, n.d., 16pp, in PP 1140. Used to be distributed at the Speakers’ Corner, Sydney, in The Domain, Sunday afternoons. – J.Z.

MAINE, COLIN, The Dead Hand of Islam, 1979, 1982, 1985, The Rationalist Association of N.S.W. Copyright by C. Maine, 21pp: 55, in PP 1477.

MAINE, COLIN, The Unpleasant Personality of Jesus Christ, n.d., 11pp: 93, in PP 1493. – Love, faith and hate make blind and dumb, from religion to statism. – PIOT, J.Z., 6 Dec. 1997.

MAISTRE, RUTH, Inferno Berlin, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p97/98.

MAITLAND, WILLIAM, The Coming Industrial Struggle, 1894, 38pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MAITRA, ARUN K., Goodbye Mr. Taxman, Your Time Is Up, OPTIONS, June 1984, 18pp, in PP 923.

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



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

MAJORS, BRUCE, Spirits of Individualism, a 1p review of: MCELROY, WENDY, Freedom, Feminism and the State, in PP 277/278: 208.

MAKE WORK SCHEMES, See: SEMMENS, JOHN, Make-Work Won’t Work, 9pp: 428.

MAKEPEACE, WILLIE, There’s a Draft in here, n.d., no location given, no source, 6pp, in PP 1164.

MAKHNO, NESTOR, My Visit to the Kremlin, 1979 edition, 32pp, in PP 1140.

MAKHNO, NESTOR, The Anarchist Revolution, 16pp, translated by Mike Jones, in PP 1355: 21- 24.

MAKHNO’S REPLY to MALATESTA, 1p: 68, in PP 1482. – See also under spelling: MACHNO.


MAKINSON, D., On Marx’s Idea of Classes and the Interpretation of his “Great Law of Motion in History”, 5pp: 24, in PP 1471.

MALATESTA, A Plan for Anarchist Organisation, 4pp: 64, in PP 1482.

MALATESTA, E. & NETTLAU, MAX & GALLEANI, L., Organizzazione e Anarchia, published in Genova, 1956, Gruppi Anarchici Riuniti, 30pp: 118, in PP 1497.

MALATESTA, E., Progetto d’Organizzazione Anarchica, 12pp: 118, in PP 1497.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Al Caffee, 48pp, from a Rome 1948 ed.: 85, in PP 1492.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Anarchie, 74pp, 1909, 1977, German edition, in PP 1423: 55.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Anarchismus – Syndikalismus, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 9, 40 S., in PP 1157.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Anarchismus und Gewalt, 16 S.: 104, in PP 1493. – Edition Anares, Bern 1987, vermutlich 8. Auflage. Durch seine Abneigung gegen Eigentum & “Bourgeoisie wurde auch er zum Befuerworter gewaltsamer Revolutionen, Enteignungen und entsprechenden Unterdrueckungen. Eigentuemer & Bourgeois sollten, nach ihm, keine Experimentierfreiheit geniessen duerfen. Er und die meisten anderen Anarchisten haben diesen Widerspruch noch nicht selbst aufgeloest: Toleranz, bis zu ihrer moeglichen Grenze, auch fuer tolerante Nichtanarchisten, Anarcho-Capitalists, Individualisten, Marktanhaenger, usw., PIOT, J.Z., 26.10.97.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Fra Contadini, 53pp, Rome, n.d.: 97, in PP 1492. – Whatever may not have been printed well enough in the previously fiched edition, in PP 1250, may be more legible here. But I offer no guaranty. – J.Z.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Fra Contadini, A Dialogue on Anarchy, Bratach Dubh Editions, Anarchist Pamphlets No. 6, 1981, 43pp, in PP 1250.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Il Programma Anarchico, 16pp from a 1975 reprint: 81, in PP 1492.

MALATESTA, ERRICO, Towards Anarchism, 8pp, 29x, in PP 562.


MALATESTA’S REPLY to MAKHNO: 2pp: 69, in PP 1482.

MALCOLM, JOYCE L., Armed with History, 2pp on gun control & militias, in PP 1077.

MALETA, Dr., Der Menschenteppich. Ein Erlebnisbericht aus dem KZ. Flossenburg, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p27.

MALEY, Barry, The Entrepreneurial Spirit, 1983, 18 pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711

MALINA, JUDITH, Anarchists and the pro-hierarchical left, 2pp, in PP 1191.

MALLET, BERNARD, The Principle of Progression in Taxation, 1894, 26pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MALLET, VICTOR, Pakistani Soap Smugglers Have Unilever in a Lather, clipping, A., 7.5.96, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 490.

MALLOCK, W.H., A Catholic Theologian on Natural Religion: 172, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., A Critical Examination of Socialism, London, 1909, indexed, 302pp, in PP 1075.

MALLOCK, W.H., A Missing Science, SOCIAL EQUALITY. A Short Study in a Missing Science, 2nd. ed., 1882, 276pp: 255-322, in PP1466/67.

MALLOCK, W.H., Amateur Christianity: 94, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., Cowardly Agnosticism: 48, in PP 1499.

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

MALLOCK, W.H., Labour and the Popular Welfare, new edition, 1894, 376pp: 1, in PP 1476.

MALLOCK, W.H., Marriage and Free Thought: 139, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., Property and Progress or A Brief Enquiry into Contemporary Social Agitation in England, 1884, 260pp, in PP 1169. Compare the book by Preuss, in PP 790, which likewise criticizes Henry George extensively.

MALLOCK, W.H., Science and the Revolution: 201, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., Studies in Contemporary Superstition, 1895, 314pp: 1- 77, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., The Scientific Bases of Optimism: 1, in PP 1499.

MALLOCK, W.H., The So-Called Evolution of Socialism: I. Socialists on the Evolution of Socialism: 274; II. The alleged contemporary Evolution of Socialism an Appearance only, not a Reality: 278; III. Misconception by the Socialists of the Nature of Industrial Evolution generally: 286; IV. The True Significance of Contemporary Industrial Evolution: 295, in PP 1499.

MALLORY, GREG, The Industrial Workers of the World, 12pp: 828, in PP 1484/85.

MALSBERGER, JOHN W., The Political Thought of Fisher Ames, JOURNAL OF THE EARLY REPUBLIC 2, Spring 82, 1-20, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1880, headed: Rival Notions of Republicanism.

MALTBY, BRIAN & VERONICA, ROSZAK, THEODORE, Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament because of the Absurdity and Madness of the Nuclear Deterrent Policy, 7pp, with comments by John Zube, 1966, 24x, in PP 6.

MALTESE ORDER, Other Entities, Nanni v. Pace and the Sovereign Order of Malta, from: D.J. Harris, Cases & Materials on International Law, 3rd. ed., London, Sweet & Maxwell, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1539: 102.

MALTHUSIANISM, See: OSTERFELD, DAVID, The Increasing Abundance of Resources, 18pp: 564, in PP 1529- 33.

MALTSEV, YURIN, Estonia, the World’s Greatest Government, 1p, in PP 1318/1319 : 211. – With still almost 12% p.a. inflation & how much unemployment? – J.Z.

MAMIS, ROBERT A., Trade Secrets: Good old-fashioned barter, INC, 8/82, 4pp, 29x, in PP 865.

MAN IN THE STREET, A, The Common Sense of Free Trade, 1903, 8pp, 29x, in PP 568.

Man Too Busy to Write One, n.d., 45pp, in PP 1541/42: 299. – In reply to CAPLAN, BRYAN. A more complete, much longer and later version can be found in PP 1543 – 1545. – Most anarchists are more prepared to try to spread their own errors than to learn about them. – J.Z.

MAN vs. THE STATE, PP 204.

MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY, PP 1150. See Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy, Exterritorial Autonomy, Personal Law, Cosmopolitan Union, Statelessness, etc. Perhaps it would be better to speak of a cosmopolitan or a man of all countries? – J.Z.

MAN, JARVIE, I.C., Man, Concepts & Society, review, PP 995. See also TAME, CHRIS, same title, 1052-61 (LA Sociological Notes 1). See IDEAS, HUMAN NATURE.

MAN, L.A., Cal., Anarchism – A Solution to World Problems, A Presentation of Ten Essays, 1940, 24pp, containing: Melchior Seele: War and Capitalism; Ray Randall: The Russio-German Union; Samuel Polinow: The Economic System of Today; Edward Cunningham: Government and Franchise; Ammon A. Hennacy: Anarchism; H. Havel: The State and Anarchism; M.B. Resin: Socialism and Anarchism; Edna Larking: A Moneyless Society; Markus Graham: Is Anarchy Possible? Richard Wagner, 1813-1883: The Creative Force, in PP 988.

MANAHATTA Project of Andre Spies, 1986, PP 736.

MANARCHY, PP 83 – 84.

MANCHESTER SOCIETY, THE, 4pp leaflet of the 80-ties. In PP ???

MANCUSO, JAMES, Finding the Truth about Highway Safety, 1986, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.


MANELI, MIECZYSLAW, Three Concepts of Freedom: Kant – Hegel – Marx, INTERPRETATION 7, Jan. 78, 27-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p687, headed: Freedom in Kant, Hegel, and Marx.

MANES, ALFRED, Prof., STAATSBANKROTTE, wirtschaftliche und rechtliche Betrachtungen, 1918, 3, Auflage, 1922, 290 S., 29x, in PP 635. – The only special study of State bankruptcies that I know of. Was highly recommended by Ulrich von Beckerath. It is so little known that it is rarely referred to in any writings on this subject. On how to expropriate the remaining assets of the bureaucracy, while repudiating “investments in tax slaves” and transferring securities for these assets to the citizens or taxpayers, see: PP 19 C. – J.Z.

MANGASARIAN, M.M., A Comforting Religion, n.d., 3pp, in Little Blue Book No. 677, in PP 1206.

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


MANHATTAN REPORT On Economic Policy, some samples: I/1, 3/81; I/3, 5/81; I/7, 10/81; I/8, 11/81; II/4, 7/82; II/6, 8/82; III/1, 1/83; 96pp, in PP 1538: 1 – 96. – Published by ICEPS: International Center For Economic Policy Studies, N.Y.C. When I visited their N.Y.C. office, back in 1990, their library was not accessible to visitors. – Their staff showed the usual disinterest of organization people in what other freedom lovers were doing. Their organization was their universe or their pay cheque. But some of their publications are fine. – J.Z.

MANHATTAN REPORT, Panel Discussion, on Idle Resources, Easy Money & Hard Choices, 11pp, 1982, in PP 1538: 49. – Between: MR, Robert Lucas, Anna Schwartz & Robert Mundell. – The easy choice of full monetary freedom is not discussed there. – J.Z.

MANHATTAN REPORT, Vol.IV, No.3, 1984: Is Central Banking Obsolete? 24pp, with contributions by Milton Friedman, John G. Greenwood, Richard Timberlake, Joe Cobb, Andrew P. Clark, Phillip Cagan, Richard Hoey, William Poole, Alan Reynolds, Lawrence White. 36x, in PP 640. – It always was! – J.Z. – Special edition, June 1981, Alternative International Monetary Systems, 12pp, 29x, in PP 544.

MANHATTEN INSTITUTE, Ten Year Review, 1980-89, 26pp, in PP 1135.

MANI, TATANGA, Primitive Anarchy In Action, date & source? 1p, in PP 1127/1128.

MANIFEST DER SELBSTVERWALTUNG, Beilage v. BASIS Nr.1, 8 S., in PP 1413/14: 276.

MANIFESTO OF FREEDOM AND PEACE, The Antithesis to the Communist Manifesto, manuscript version, with some notes by John Zube, 64/65. The German version is in PP 188 & 824/25.

MANIFESTO TO AUSTRALIAN WORKERS, almost certainly by J.A. Andrews, pamphlet, reproduced in THE WORKER (Brisbane), Aug. 1892, 2pp, 24x in PP 244.

MANION, CLARENCE E., The Social Security Tax, 3pp extract from 1955 broadcast, in PP 1418: 31.

MANION, CLARENCE, The Key to Peace, 1950, 1975, 83pp, in PP 1231.

MANION, CLARENCE, To the Republic – Where Is It? 1974, 6pp, in PP 1231.

MANIS, ROD & ERNSBERGER, DON, Property in a Free Society, 2pp, 24x, in PP 14. 1p, in PP 1409/10: 239.

MANIS, ROD, Property and Anarchy, 2pp, 24x, in PP 301.

MANIS, ROD, The Factory Exploitation Myth, 4pp, from THE INDIVIDUALIST, 3-4/1970. – As SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290. – 3pp: 250, in PP 1457/62. – See: Industrial Revolution, Capitalism.

MANIS, ROD, The Government should STOP PLAYING POST OFFICE, an article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176.

MANN, ERNEST, A Brave and Beautiful Future Could Start Now! 18pp, in REVOLUTION, in PP 1170. (Rather, a stupid and primitive society, based on his price-less “economy”! J.Z.)

MANN, FREDERIC, Terra Libra, 2pp introduction to IDENICS, in PP 1216.

MANN, FREDERICK, Dear Esteemed T.L. Customer, Aug. 15,95, 2pp; How to Build a Fortune in 6-12 months, 6pp; Co-op Advertising, 2pp; Program P, 2pp; How I Increased Terra Libra’s Revenue, 4pp; How to Revolutionize Your Life, 8pp; in PP 1359. I have not heard of them lately. Is it still active? I was told that Mann himself got sick of T.L. going off into x directions at once and that he wanted to take his educational message on-line. I did not find his “get rich quick” schemes very educational. – J.Z.

MANN, FREDERICK, Free America Institute, 2pp, in PP 1318/1319:75.

MANN, FREDERICK, Free America Institute, letter of Oct. 15, 92, 1p, with a 2pp description of the Institute and a 4pp reply by John Zube, 2 Nov. 92, in PP 1,041.

MANN, FREDERICK, How to Create a Libertarian America – and Profit from your Efforts, 5pp, in PP 1252.

MANN, FREDERICK, Individual Free – Market Economic Power is the Greatest Liberating Force on Earth, Nov. 94, 3pp. – Many had and have this power – but did little for liberty. While they can make their personal lives more pleasant and comfortable, in order to acquire and maintain their riches, they had also to pay greatly in leisure and energy – and that often kept them from enlightening themselves and others as much as they otherwise could have. They, too, are in a particular but largely self-chosen treadmill. How often have I heard: “I will really do something for liberty — once I get rich!” or: “…once I am retired.” – Whether they become rich or not, after decades of such efforts, they are usually too pessimistic and exhausted for many and prolonged direct liberty efforts. – And if they have bought themselves more leisure, they all too often waste it almost exclusively on sensual pleasures and entertainments. Sensible and consistent freedom ideas are a much more important force – if properly organized, publicized and mobilized, than mere purchasing power. There is much purchasing power behind governmentalist ideas and propaganda – but it has not yet fully conquered the market and may never do so, no matter how poor its opponents are. – Throwing money at a problem can be a fallacy among freedom lovers, too. Undertaking prolonged labours of love CAN be more fruitful although, under present marketing conditions for freedom ideas, it will certainly not be so always or mostly. – J.Z.

MANN, FREDERICK, Project Terra Libra, 1p, May 28, 93 & T.L.: The World’s First Truly Free Country, 2pp: 231, in PP 1293/95. – “Country” is a misnomer, here, too. – J.Z.

MANN, FREDERICK, The Education Challenge, 2pp, in PP 1318/1319: 84.

MANN, FREDERICK, The Education Challenge, Nov. 17, 1992, 2 pp from Free America Institute, in PP 1186. See: Terra Libra, in PP 1189. 15pp in PP 1192.

MANN, FREDERICK, Why Immortalists Should Support Terra Libra, 2pp: 259, in PP 1293/95.

MANNE, HENRY, Prof., Parable of the Parking Lots, 2pp, in PP 1425: 15.

MANNE, ROBERT, Pol Pot and the Persistence of Noam Chomsky, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p34.


MANNERS, RON to LINDSAY, GREG, 17 Oct. 96, 1p, in PP 1393: 108.

MANNERS, RON to ZUBE, JOHN, 10 May 94, 1p, in PP 1214; 3 Nov. 94, 1p, in PP 1214.

MANNERS, RON, & KITCHING, RON, Gold ‘n Dollars. The Chile – Kalgoorlie Connection. Lessons in Free-Enterprise for Australia, 2 lectures of 21st Feb. 1994, 60pp, in PP 1214.

MANNERS, RON, Accountants: Australia Needs You! Address of October 14, 1994, to the Australian Society of CPA’s Resource Conference, 15pp, in PP 1214.

MANNERS, RON, Circular for FEE AUSTRALIA, 3/93, 1p, in PP 1214.

MANNERS, RON, Circular, 1 Nov. 94, on Libertarian Project 95, 1p, in PP 1214.

MANNERS, RON, Damage Done by a Helping Hand, 1p letter, 1975, 29x, in PP 726.

MANNERS, RON, Reflections on Russia, China… and F.A. Hayek, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p265.

MANNERS, RON, Some Papers, Leaflets and Poems, 38pp, 29x, in PP 490.

MANNERS, RON, The Mining Industry – A Global Community, from an Australian’s View, March 11, 1997, 33pp: 317, in PP 1506/07.

MANNERS, RON, Transport in Cost Bind, summary of a public address, 1p, Sunday Independent, Perth, Feb. 1979, 1p, in PP 1129.

MANNERS, RON, Why Are Australians and their Money Leaving Australia? talk, 1997, 9pp, 128, in PP 1451.

MANNIN, ETHEL, This Reconstruction Business, 1942, 2pp: 134, in PP 1480.

MANNIN, ETHEL, This Reconstruction Business, 1p: 122, in PP 1525.

MANNIN, ETHEL, Women and Conscription, 2pp: 107, in PP 1525.


MANUEL, BRUCE, Review of: Jonathan Schell: The Fate of the Earth, 2pp, 29x in PP 424. – The greatest verbal facility in describing the threat of nuclear war is not enough when not combined with rightful and correct ideas on how to effectively prevent it. See my PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z.


MAPA, a project for an APA on Microfiche, that did not even reach its first fiche issue, 1p, 29x, in PP 710. A single periodical, using a new medium, new to most people, cannot expect to launch the medium and be successful immediately, as a periodical using this new medium. This is why LMP is so patiently assembling many titles on microfiche and is trying to list all libertarian interest titles offered by other publishers on microfilm. But this should not prevent small circles of information activists to produce much on fiche by each member and for the benefit of the other few members. “Wie fruchtbar ist der kleinste Kreis wenn man ihn wohl zu pflegen weiss” – sagte Schiller. (How fertile is the smallest circle, if it is well cared for!) Compare the MULTILOG project and see under BRAINSTORMING. At least this project induced Victor Koman to publish an introductory booklet to the microfiche option. See: Koman. – J.Z. 5/89. How can one raise awareness of all the freedom periodicals available now on microfilm and of the self-publishing options the medium offers potential publishers and editors of periodicals, who have, as usual, only very limited funds and circles of subscribers? My 1986 appeal to the libertarian press on this was in vain. – Most seem to think that they have already achieved all that can be when they manage to continue their periodical few pages for a few years. – All printed libertarian periodical should at least be willing and able to point out, in every issue: All our back issues are now available on microfiche and thus we are among the xyz libertarian journals already fully or partly available in this format. – But they seem to begrudge their microfiche options even this little effort. – J.Z. – Later Koman was involved with SOFTSERV, an attempt to popularize floppy disk use for publishing SF and libertarian texts. It flopped but K. became successful as a published (printed on paper) SF writer. Persistence with both alternative media was lacking. Some people insist on instant success and profit for the freedom struggle that has been going on for hundreds of years. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

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

MARABLE, MANNING, Liberation Radio Shut Down, THE GUARDIAN, August 2, 1989, 1p, in PP 1,019.

MARAT, Ein Flugblatt, 1 S., in PP 1322: 10.

MARC, ALEXANDER, Karl Marx ou la perversion du socialisme, 65pp, Paris, 1985, in VOLUNTE ANARCHISTE No. 27, in PP 1097.

MARCEAU, IAN W., Dr., Deregulation and Privatization of Marketing Boards, 1986, 13pp, in PP 1,014.

MARCEAU, IAN W., Dr., Privatization in the Agricultural and Agribusiness Sectors, 1986, 10pp, in PP 1,014.

MARCHI, MORENO, Emigrazione Anarchica Italiana in Australia, 38pp, in PP 467p100.


MARDIROS, ANTHONY M., Karl Popper as a Social Philosopher, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, 5, 1975, 157-171, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p77. Headed: Social Engineering.

MARDUT, GARY S., Jury Nullification. It’s an Ace in the Hole, 1p, in PP 275 : 110.

MARGARET FREEMAN DIGEST, I/1-3, n.d., Patin, France, 13pp, in PP 983.

MARGARET, MARY, Fort Collins Project: Libertarians Wanted to Live in Fort Collins, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p105.

MARGARET, MARY, Freedom Now, invitation to Libertarians for a conference, Aug. 29 – Sep. 1, 86, Fort Collins, 2pp, enlarged and still hard to read, in PP 480.

MARGARET, MARY, Libertarians Wanted in Fort Collins, Colorado, 2pp leaflet: 27, in PP 1465.

MARGOLIS, JOSEPH, The Prospects of an Objective Morality, SOCIAL RESEARCH 46, Winter 79, 745-765, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1288, headed: The Prospects of Objective Morality.

MARGOLIS, JOSEPH, The Rights of Man, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 4, Spring 78, 423-444, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p685, headed: Is the Right to Freedom Vacuous?

MARGOLIS, RICK, Our Concern Is to Build Non-Hierarchical Communities, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 789.

MARGULIS, STEPHEN T., Conceptions of Privacy: Current Status and Next Steps, JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 33, 1977, 5-21, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p391, headed: The Meaning of Privacy.


MARIANAS ANNEXATION, See: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, The Marianas Grab, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 225.

MARIEN, MICHAEL, Basic Decentralist Reading List, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 853. See: BIBLIOGRAPHIES.

MARIEN, MICHAEL, The Challenge for Decentralists: Providing Alternatives for the Post-Industrial World, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 612. – Industry or technology and world economics are not something to be overcome or avoided but, rather, to be utilized fully, in an individualistic way. – A post-industrial world is at best a poetic dream and at worst a nightmare. Many to most of us survive only because of industrialism. – Try to go into bush or deserts or mountains and survive there without tools and equipment, clothing & food stores, previously produced by industry. – J.Z.


MARIJUANA REPORT, THE, IX/1, Fall 1990, 4pp, in PP 1362/63: 29.

MARIJUANA, 4 pp of leaflets for the use of hemp – marijuana, in PP 1139.

MARIJUANA, PP 385, see DRUGS. – I would like to see a study to find out how effective or ineffective e.g. tobacco, alcohol and other drugs have been to turn freedom lovers off the freedom struggle – if these factors can be separated somehow the other influences. Have the abstainers been more persistent in their efforts? – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MARIJUANA: Attention All Humanoids Who Smoke Cannabinoids, a 1p chain letter, in PP 1,043. (I prefer hemp e.g. as bird seed, for clothing, ropes and fuel. J.Z.)

MARIJUANA: The Many Uses of Hemp, 1p, no date, no source, in PP 1171.

MARINA, WILLIAM, Egalitarianism and Empire, 1975, 32pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

MARINA, WILLIAM, Egalitarianism and Empire, IHS, 1975, 32pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p110. Headed: Empire, Equality, and Envy.

MARINA, WILLIAM, Militia, Standing Armies, and the Second Amendment: Some Perspectives from the American Revolution, 4pp, in PP 1153.

MARINA, WILLIAM, Revolution and Social Change: The American Revolution as a People’s War, 35pp, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p139.

MARITAIN, JACQUES, The Rights of Man, 1944, extract that makes ca. 25 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

MARK, JEFFREY, The Modern Idolatry, being an Analysis of Usury & the Pathology of Debt, Libertarian Social Institute, Bombay, n.d., 239pp, 188-262, in PP 1447/49. – Piet Bouter selected, copied, cut & pasted (wastefully, by my standards) this title from my library. I would have postponed filming it indefinitely, being already deterred by the sub-title and every attempt at delving into the text. On every page I feel compelled to contradict the author. Not sharing the author’s and a still too wide-spread anti-interest bias, nor his ideas for monetary despotism, I do not consider this to be a libertarian book but rather one that harks back to the dogmas and prejudices of the Dark Ages. Alas, they are held also by still too many of the modern anarchists and libertarians and are thus, obviously, not yet sufficiently or widely enough refuted. Anyone who speaks of “free money” and then goes on to advocate central banking & legal tender, and attacks debt and interest, has really understood neither. His notions on money “creation” are those of “Social Credit”. He praises Major Douglas e.g. on pp 132/33, favours “money control” by the government on p 141 and legal tender on p. 142. Government debts “paid” by legal tender paper money issued against them: p. 198. On page 60 he seems to favour freedom of note issue but not of “credit creation”. Nor did I notice any discussion of sound and unsound tax foundation money. But at least on pages 213 & 214 he did defend the people who undertook barter and scrip experiments. On p. 214 he does not seem to understand that “independence of money” tokens can only be achieved via fully free clearing. To me it is one of the worst books on money that I have seen. If we can ever manage to automate, via a special computer program, the extraction of economic prejudices, then this book will probably turn out to be a treasure chest for them. As far as possible, their confrontation with the best refutations so far found should be automated, too. The recognition of the importance of money is not enough when not accompanied by enough right ideas on money. Does he anywhere sufficiently differentiate between voluntarily taken up debts and granted credits & their free payment and repayment arrangements, including agreed upon interest, and IMPOSED debts like taxes and government insecurities and the use of government insecurities as “backing” for the issue of government paper money? Does he distinguish between debts taken up for wasteful government projects or e.g. private gambling or drug use and debts to finance productive investments? To condemn all of them alike is simply absurd. Does he show any awareness that almost all due debts, of productive people, could be settled by clearing? He remains unaware that that debts tend to become a major problem mainly when the creditors are given the authority to demand scarce legal tender in repayment while, based on the laws of monetary despotism, refusing possible and desirable clearing arrangements, which most honest and capable debtors could provide, if free to do so and informed on how to do so best. Every exchange involves mutual debts. Instead of raving against debts and interests, he should have explored how everyone could be enabled to pay or clear his way without the provision of any supposedly “ideal” money provided by any government. How developed would our economies be if we did invest all our savings merely in jewellery and hoarded gold or silver coins and bullion? Having fiched this text – and some others – no one can any longer truthfully say that I do film only those texts that I do largely agree with. But I do hold that any discussion should be like a board game. It should introduce a continued discussion of a “game” that will be won. The idols worshipped by the author are much worse than those he attacks. – PIOT, J.Z., 27.11.1997.

MARKE, RON to ZUBE, JOHN, from The Rationalist Association of N.S.W., 17.11.85, 1p: 84, in PP 1496. – They, too, seem to be more concerned with copyrights than with getting their message out in full, cheaply and permanently. As for the last paragraph: People who got old and are sufficiently interested in reading in spite of an eye handicap, should know about and get themselves either proper reading glasses or a magnifying glass with a convenient holder for it. Alternatively, they can use an enlarging photocopier. Publishers are not the slaves of the readers. They do not have to supply any of them with the crutches they may require. People ought to be self-responsible. – J.Z.


MARKET & MONEY, PP 804. See Monetary Freedom.


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


MARKET ECONOMY, PP 1130, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 15), MARKET FOR FREEDOM IDEAS & FOR OTHER IDEALS AS WELL, PP 20/21, 183. Compare Ideas Archive, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Libertarian Library.

MARKET FOR LIBERTY, LP of Oregon, newsletter, VIII/7, 7/78; VIII/8, 8/78, 9pp, in PP 274 & 275? (On my own I can’t keep up with all libertarian and anarchist periodicals. But a handful of freedom lovers could, and could share them, on cheap microfiche duplicates, with all others, permanently and cheaply, upon demand! – J.Z.)




MARKET POWER, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The power of the market, 1p:28, in PP 1515.



MARKET, PP 6, 369, 711, 725, 928, 935, 1105, 1117, 1144,

MARKETGUARD, by JACOBSON, Philip E., from TC, No. 100, of 12 Nov. 81, 16pp, 29x, in PP 869.

MARKETING BOARDS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Time to take the cow by the horn, 1p: 118, in PP 1515. – Against Marketing Boards.

MARKETING BY GOVERNMENTS or their Marketing Boards, PP 384, 1014, see QUANGOS.


MARKETS, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Why Socialism Fails – Why Markets Survive, 13pp: 466, in PP 1529- 33.

MARKLEY, DON, Promoting Freedom behind the Scenes, 10pp: 47, in PP 1506/07. – On WORLD RESEARCH. – Alas, it has so far only used conventional film, not the larger reduction rates of microfilm. – JZ.

MARKOVITZ, MORRIS J., Fractional vs. 100% Reserve Banking, with comments by Jim Stumm, in PP 787, without comments in PP 791.

MARKOVITZ, MORRIS J., I$ Inflation here to Stay? THE FREEMAN, April 74, 5pp, in PP 804.

MARKOWITZ, JACK, The Plot to Print a Masterpiece: Gulliver’s Travels, 6pp: 241, in PP 1529- 33.

MARKS, JOHN & LANDAU, DAVID, Games States Play, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1500.

MARKS, JOHN & LANDAU, DAVID, The Games States Play, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

MARKS, PAUL, Bismarck: The Harm Done by One Individual to the Cause of Individualism, 92, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 19, in PP 1052-1061, sheets 417-420.

MARKS, PAUL, Francis Canavan on EDMUND BURKE AND PROPERTY, A Critique, LIBERTARIAN HERITAGE No. 18, 4pp: 49, in PP 1487.

MARKS, PAUL, Government Spending and the Limits of Public Choice Theory, 1992, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 42, in PP 1052-1061, sheets 229-230.

MARKS, PAUL, Imperialism, Some Reflections, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

MARKS, PAUL, Reflections on BABYLON 5: Star Trek it is not, 2pp, CULTURAL NOTES No. 40: 7, in PP 1487.

MARKS, PAUL, The Battle of Marathon and the Spirit of the West, 1992 , 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MARKS, PAUL, The Principled Libertarianism of Edmund Burke, 1729-1797, pp, in PP 1281/82.

MARKS, PAUL, Two Cheers for Switzerland, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MARKUN, LEO, Great Dates in History, LBB, no series no., n.d., 32pp, in PP 1224.

MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Enzo Martucci, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 225. – 3pp: 41, in PP 1465.

MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Review of: ARRIGONI, ENRICO, The Totalitarian Nightmare, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 443.

MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Review of: ARRIGONI, ENRICO, Zuluito: The Mini-Missionary, 296pp, in Italian. 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 410.

MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Review of: MARTUCCI, ENZO, La Setta Rossa, 1953, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 123.

MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Review of: REDBEARD, RAGNAR, Might Is Right, new Loompanics reprint of this 1896 book, 1p, in PP 1423: 33.

MAROONS OF JAMAICA, A Libertarian Enclave? PP 1028/29.

MAROONS OF JAMAICA: STARCHILD, ADAM, A Libertarian Nation? 1p, in PP 1404/06: 245.

MAROONS, History of their underground societies in the U.S., see Koehnline, James, in PP 932. See the dissertation by Leaming-Bey in PP 1447-1449.

MAROTTA, MICHAEL E., Computers and the Totalitarian State, 1985, 3pp, 36x, in PP 636.

MARR, WILHELM, Anarchie oder Autoritaet? Hamburg, 1852, 132 S., in PP 957. – Erste deutsche Schrift, meines Wissens, die ausdruecklich anarchistisch ist. First German book, according to my knowledge, that is explicitly anarchistic. – J.Z.

MARRIAGE LAWS, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, People – not the Government – Should Decide what Marriage Means, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 187. – Rather, each couple or group for itself! But they should be held to their responsibilities for their children! – J.Z., 30.9.97. – See K. MAYO, Mother India & Volume Two.

MARRIAGE, PP 244, 412p10, 428ff( S.2645), 648, 1000, 1042-61 (LA Political Notes 31), 1150, 1161 (Paine).

MARRIAGE, See: CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, On Marriage, including: Sex Slavery, Bastard Born, They who Marry Do Ill, 32pp, in PP 1355: 46- 53.

MARRIAGE, See: PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, in PP 1425.

MARRIAGE, See: SUMNER, W.G., Modern Marriage, ca. 1903, in PP 1307. See: HEYWOOD, EZRA, Cupid’s Jokes.

MARROU, ANDRE, Does America Have a Future? 2pp, in PP 480.

MARRS, TEXE, Big Sister is Watching You, 1p flyer on this book in PP 1243/44.

MARSDEN, DORA, Freedom, 2pp, from THE NEW FREEWOMAN, No. 1, in PP 1423: 28.

MARSDEN, DORA, Seclections from her Writings on Egoism, 6pp, in PP 1420/22. – I think that she stands condemned by her own words. – J.Z.

MARSHALL, JONATHAN, Star Wars & The Legacy of Hiroshima, 6pp, in PP 1165.

MARSHALL, PAUL, John Locke: Between God and Mammon, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 12, March 79, 73-96, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p691, headed: Locke, Property, and Individualism.

MARSHALL, TOM, Agreement with Rothbard’s Ideas on Spooner & Tucker Doctrine on money, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 1015.

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

MARSLAND, DAVID, Beyond the Welfare State, 1991, 7pp, LA Political Notes No. 65, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MARSLAND, DAVID, Reform & Reaction in Health Care, 6pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MARSTON, LANCE, Preparing for Privatization, 1986, 12pp, in PP 1,014.

MARTI, ISMAEL, Libertarian Movement From Within, 1951, 8pp, 29x, in PP 542.

MARTICCU, ENZO, See: MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Enzo Martucci, 3pp: 41, in PP 1465.

MARTIN, BRIAN to ZUBE, JOHN, 13 Oct. 1997, 1p, 1 in PP 1452.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Analysing the Fluoridation Controversy: Resources and Structures, Discussion Paper, 1988, in SOCIAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE, SAGE, vol. 18, 1988, 331-363, 33pp, 29x, in PP 877.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Beyond Mass Media, 7pp, 280, in PP 471/472p280.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Beyond Mass Media, 95, 7pp, in PP 1251. – His micrographic vision still does not go far enough! – J.Z.

MARTIN, BRIAN, CALLAGHAN, SHARON & FOX, CHRIS, Challenging Bureaucratic Elites, 1997, 56pp, with bibliography, 2, in PP 1452.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Challenging Bureaucratic Elites, 1997, 55pp, review by DON ELDRIDGE, 1p: 80, in PP 1492.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Compulsory Voting: A Useful Target for Anti-State Action? THE RAVEN, No. 14, 1991, 8pp, in PP 1,018.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Critics of Pesticides: Whistleblowing or Suppression of Dissent? 23pp: 329, in PP 1506/07.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Demarchy, a political alternative to electoral politics, 16pp, 16, in PP 1452. – I noticed too late that this version is only a draft, version 2 Dec. 1988, not intended for publication. When I get the final version then I will microfiche it, too. – J.Z.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Democracy Without Elections, 1990, 6pp, from Social Alternatives, VIII/4, in PP 974. (On “elections” by lot. J.Z.)

MARTIN, BRIAN, DIMMER, CHRISTINE, REEVES, NOELINE & SULLIVAN, FRANCES, Squatting for the Prevention of Haemorrhoids? 1986, 5pp, 21, in PP 1452. – How much good health has to do with personal freedom is all too often only noticed when one no longer has it. I am often surprised by the number of basic questions that are still not settled and whose discussion is usually avoided. Sitting on now conventional seats, while not on the toilet, does probably do more harm. We are not yet adapted to it and may never be. Moreover, sitting down at work, for long periods, becomes more and more common, as the number of blue collar workers becomes smaller and smaller and those of office workers larger and larger. – J.Z.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Disruption vs Organisation, a review of Piven/Cloward, Poor People’s Movements, 82, 2pp, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Gene Sharp’s Theory of Power, review essay, JPR, 1989, 10pp, 29x, in PP 873.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Grassroots Action for Peace, 1982, 6pp, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, How the Peace Movement Should Be Preparing for Nuclear War, 82, 11pp, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Implications for Action, 80, 15pp, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, In Defence of Social Defence, 2pp, 29x, in PP 423.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Mobilising against Nuclear War. The Insufficiency of Knowledge and Logic, 1980, 6pp, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Nonviolent Struggle and Social Defence, 3-7 April 1990, Bradford, England, WRI Conference, Conference report 1 of 2, 3pp, in PP 1236.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Revolutionary Social Defence, in BULLETIN OF PEACE PROPOSALS, 22/1, March 1991, 9pp, with some hints towards this bulletin, in PP 1,019.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Social Defence: Elite Reform or Grassroots Initiative? 5pp, SOCIAL ALTERNATIVES, April 87, in PP 812 & 1251.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Socialism Without the Military, 1990, 23pp, in PP 1,005.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Sticking a Needle into Science: The Case of Polio Vaccines & the Origin of AIDS, from SOCIAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE, Vol. 26 (1996), 245-76, 32pp, submitted by the author, 121 – 136, in PP 1446. – All too often “scientists” do “respond” like politicians do. – J.Z.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Ten Areas for Anarchist Initiatives, 2pp: 20, in PP 1481. – Ten areas for anarchist initiatives: a personal list, 2pp from Visions of Freedom, 1995, 2pp, in PP 474. – I would like to see many more SUCH anarchist contributions. – Finally a listing of ALL possible and desirable anarchist initiatives and all their pro and con and contacts. – J.Z.

MARTIN, BRIAN, Uprooting War, Freedom Press, London, 1984, here only a 2pp flyer and a letter by the author, in PP 974. Advocates “social defence” and in this book reviewed about 1/2 of my peace programme. – J.Z.

MARTIN, CHARLES, Towards A Free Society, Freedom Press, 1960, published for the author, 62pp, in PP 1140.

MARTIN, DICK, Anarchism and the State, 1p: 50, in PP 1528.

MARTIN, DICK, Panarchy, 1p: 50. Responses: 57, 60, in PP 1528.

MARTIN, DICK, Practical Libertarianism, 1p: 75, in PP 1528.

MARTIN, DICK, Spiritual Anarchy? 2pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

MARTIN, DICK, The Fault of Socialism, 2pp: 37, in PP 1528.

MARTIN, EVERETT DEAN, Liberal Education vs. Propaganda, 1926, 1954, 16pp, 36x, in PP 714.

MARTIN, HERVE, Good Money, but the Life Style Can Tell after a While, 1981, 1p on government-paid informers, 29x, in PP 724.

MARTIN, HUBERT, Nehru’s Three Voices, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 115. – Views him as just another dictator. – J.Z.

MARTIN, J. & J.J. RAY, Anti-Authoritarianism: An Indicator of Pathology, 7pp, 36x, in PP 370.

MARTIN, JAMES J. to VIC KOMAN, May 22, 1986, The Memory Hole, No. 13, p 18, 1p, in PP 1,021. – I wish most anarchists and libertarian readers and writers and researchers would finally realize that with the economical microfiche self-publishing option we could fast approach an ideal, because complete, “memory hole”, one that could become well abstracted and indexed and reviewed, too, with the help of many active PC users. – J.Z.

MARTIN, JAMES J., A “Good War” it Wasn’t: Review of: FUSSELL, PAUL, War Time: Understanding and Behavior in the 2nd. WW, OUP, 1989, 345pp: 21pp: 119, in PP 1505.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Agnes Inglis: Recollections & Impressions, 8pp, 1978, in PP 875.

MARTIN, JAMES J., American Anarchism Revisited, reviewing, in 3pp, David DeLeon, The American as Anarchist, in THE LIBERTARIAN REVIEW, Dec. 1979, in PP 1,021.

MARTIN, JAMES J., An Introduction to Ezra H. Heywood’s Uncivil Liberty, 1978, 4pp, in PP 1111. Heywood’s essay, in PP 225, was reproduced without this introduction.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Closing Remarks of a Speech on Francis Neilson, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1,018.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Introduction to HEYWOOD, EZRA H., Uncivil Liberty, 1873 ( reproduced in PP 225 ), in PP 1111.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Introduction to Max Stirner, The Ego and His Own, 10pp, 1962, 29x, in PP 198.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Josiah Warren, from LIBERATION, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1,021.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Laurance Labadie & SOL, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 940.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Laurance Labadie, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 416.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Maenner gegen den Staat. Die Vertreter des individualistischen Anarchismus in Amerika, 1827 – 1908, Band 1 & 2, 1980, Mackay Gesellschaft, Freiburg, ISBN 3-921388-36-8. – Uebersetzung von K.H.Z. Solneman & Juergen Waibel. Mit alphabetischem Index & Bibliographie, 504 S., in PP 1320. – First edition, 1953, “Men Against the State”. 3rd. ed., 70, Ralph Myles Publishers, Colorado.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Max Stirner, in RECONSTRUIR, No. 48, in PP 1134.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Notes to the 1972, Ralph Myles edition of JOHN BADCOCK, 1894, Slaves to Duty, in PP 897.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Preface to Eltzbacher: Anarchism, 13pp, 24x, in PP 208.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Preface, 7pp, to Boetie, The Will to Bondage, in PP 1254.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Review of: “The Second Oldest Profession: Spies and Spying in the 20th Century” by Phillip Knightly, N.Y., Penguin, 1988, 448pp. Review has 11pp, in PP 1,018.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Revisionist Viewpoints: Essays in a Dissident Historical Tradition, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 96, in PP 1468.

MARTIN, JAMES J., The Decolonization of Asia, a 4pp review of: Allies of a Kind: The United States, Britain, and the War Against Japan, 1941-45, by Christopher Thorne, OUP, 796pp, in LIBERTARIAN REVIEW, August 1978, review in PP 1,021.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Vorwort zu James L. Walker: Die Philosophie des Egoismus, 2 S., 1979, 29x in PP 410.

MARTIN, JAMES J., WALKER, J.L., Foreword to JAMES L. WALKER, The Philosophy of Egoism, 1972, 29x, in PP 878.

MARTIN, JAMES J., We Never Called him “Larry”: A Reminiscence of Laurance Labadie, with some necessary additional comments about our mutual friend, Agnes Inglis, 14pp, 1978, in PP 875.

MARTIN, JAMES J., What I Don’t Believe, 17pp, n.d., previously partly reproduced in THE VOLUNTARYIST, in PP 1,018.

MARTIN, JAMES J., What I Don’t Believe, 3pp, in PP 1150.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Who Wants to Be “Free”? 1p, 24x in PP 55. – I still cherish the day of discussion and browsing through his library, that I had in 1990. – Alas, I still have not fiched all the texts I got from him for this. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MARTIN, JAMES J., Who Wants to Be “Free”? 1p, from THE INTERPRETER, 1948, in PP 1420/22: 115.

MARTIN, MALACHI B., Pope John Paul II. Out of this World, 4pp: 53, in PP 1506/07.

MARTIN, PATTI, A Look at Northern Ireland, 1p, in PP 1269. – Typically, exterritorial autonomy, individual secessionism and associationism are not considered. – J.Z.

MARTIN, Paul C., Sachwert schlaegt Geldwert, 1983, Buchhinweis, mit kurzem Auszug. ( Er befuerworted Geldfreiheit! ), 6 S., 29x,in PP 738.

MARTIN, REX & NICKEL, JAMES, Recent Work on the Concept of Rights, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 17, July 80, 165-180, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1281, headed: Recent Scholarship on Rights. – Why is Kant’s definition of Rights still so widely ignored? – J.Z.

MARTIN, RUDOLF, Der Mensch ohne Moral. Die Philosophie der Macht und Anpassung, 1926, 73 S., in PP 275. – From a copy found in Kurt Zube’s library. Not recommended by me as a libertarian book but just as one belonging into a complete Stirner collection. The author had, apparently, read Stirner but did not get much wiser by this encounter. I am reminded of the remark by G. Chr. Lichtenberg: “Dies Buch ist ein Spiegel. Wenn ein Affe hineinguckt kann kein Apostel herausschauen.” (This book is a mirror. When an ape looks into it, then no apostle will look out of it.) Martin, alas, remained full of common prejudices, reminding me of the view of HELMS, HANS G. (Die Ideologie der anonymen Gesellschaft), that at least for some, if not many, Stirner, with his all too loose terminology and condemnation of everyone who thought different, was a stepping stone to totalitarianism. From “might is right” to “Leader command, we will follow you!” and “One empire, one people, one leader!” is not a very large step. Too many found it easy to discard his individualistic message and to continue with his remaining glorification of power and his communist notions. Only an independent and real thinker can get SOME value out of Stirner and will not be turned into his uncritical follower, as, alas, even Kurt Zube was. Not recommended by me as a libertarian book but just as one belonging into a complete Stirner collection. – J.Z.

MARTIN-ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. v. JOHNSON, Arkansas, 1902, truck payment case, 2pp, 29x, in PP 731. – Free banking discussion.

MARTINEAU, HARRIET, Autobiography, edited by Maria Weston Chapman, Boston, 1877, 2 volumes, 594 & 596 pp, here only reviewed, in 10pp, by J.W.C., in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.

MARTINEAU, HARRIET, Illustrations of Political Economy, 1832-34, 9 volumes, 3570pp, reproduced on 5 fiche, 29x, PP 701-705. – William Graham Sumner once said that he learned all his basic economics from her. Most of her illustrations make good to fair stories, too, and can by now be read like historical novelettes. – J.Z.

MARTINEAU, Mr., On Evolution, PP 829.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, In Defence of Stirner, 3pp: 243; 3pp: 261; 4pp: 274, in PP 1420/22.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, In Praise of Chaos, 2pp: 97; 1p, in PP 1420/22: 111.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, Manifesto of the Outsiders, 3pp, with comment by S.E. Parker, in PP 1420/22: 238.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, My Polemic with E. Armand, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 469.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, Neither East nor West! 1p, in PP 1420/22: 59.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, Neither East nor West!, 1p: 51, in PP 1465.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, Nietzsche, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 88.

MARTUCCI, ENZO, Renzo Novatore, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 292.

MARTYN, BARBARA, Worker Control Brings New Life to Factory, 3pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

MARVEL, HOWARD P., Factory Regulation: A Reinterpretation of Early English Experience, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 20, Oct. 77, 379-402, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p709, headed: Factory Regulation and Vested Interest.

MARVIN, JOSEPH B., Walt Whitman, 36pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.


MARX, KARL, See: MARC, ALEXANDER, Karl Marx ou la perversion du socialisme, 65pp, Paris, 1985, in VOLUNTE ANARCHISTE No. 27, in PP 1097.

MARX, KARL, See: PP 55, 286, 288, 283 – 285, 377, 412, 418/9p64, 659, 696, 810, 864, 871, 955, 995, 1017, 1097, 1129, 1170, see COMMUNISM, LEGAL TENDER, MONETARY DESPOTISM, RUSSIA, SOCIALISM, SOVIET SYSTEM, SYNDICALISM, TOTALITARIANISM. – Proletarians of the world – do not forgive him! He wanted nothing but chains upon you! – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MARX, KARL, See: RAND, AYN, Karl Marx – Racist, 1p, from The Virtue of Selfishness, in PP 1430/31: 108.

MARX, KARL, See: SOWELL, THOMAS, Marxist Rhetoric: Whatever it takes to gain power, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 263.

MARX, KARL, See: TAME, CHRIS R., Sanitising Marx, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 155.

MARX, KARL, See: THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

MARXISM & MONOPOLY, PP 1052-61 (J.S. Shea).

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

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

MARXISM, See: LEVAL, GASTON, Anarquismo & Marxismo, 3pp: 38, in PP 1494.

MARXISM, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., Review of: ACTON, H.B., What Marx Really Said, 1p: 41, in PP 1468.

MARXISM, See: MAKINSON, D., On Marx’s Idea of Classes and the Interpretation of his “Great Law of Motion in History”, 5pp: 24, in PP 1471.

MARXISM, See: MARX/ENGELS, The German Ideology, 4pp, Notes towards a Critique, by FRANK JORDAN: Marx vs. Stirner, in PP 1423: 47.

MARXISM, See: MATONIS, JON A., A Critique of Marx’s “The Power of Money in Bourgois Society in the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, 16 Aug. 85, 8pp, in PP 810.

MARXISM, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Marxian Class Conflict Doctrine, 1961, 4pp: 61, in PP 1480.

MARXISM, See: MULLER, GERALD, The True Face of Marxism, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 96.

MARXISM, See: RAMUS, PIERE, Die Irrlehre des Marxismus, in PP 955.

MARXISM, See: SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., The Manifesto of Peace and Freedom, subheaded: The Antithesis to the Communist Manifesto, in PP 64/65,

MARXISM, See: TOLSTOYISM vs. MARXISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes 17)

MARXISMUS, See: SCHEPPERLE, ILSE, Pierre Ramus, Marxismuskritik u. Sozialismus- konzeption, Dissertation, 1986, 286 S., 1-283, in PP 1454.


MARYSON, J.A., Dr., The Principles of Anarchism, 1935, The Jewish Anarchist Federation of America, N.Y., 32pp, in PP 959.

MASLEM, GEOFFREY, Taking up Illich’s Gauntlet, 1973, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.

MASLEN, GEOFFREY, Would you take this kid to be your unlawfully educated son? 2pp, 1972, 36x, in PP 714.

MASON, JOHN W., Political Economy and the Response to Socialism in Britain, 1870-1914, THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL 23, Sep. 80, 565-587, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1481, headed: British Anti-socialism: 1870-1914.

MASON, JOHN, Evolution Made Plain, n.d., 55pp, LBB No. 467, in PP 1209.

MASON, JOHN, Evolution of an Agnostic, 12pp, in PP 1189.

MASON, PAUL, FDA Response to the Magnesium Catastrophe, 2pp:449, in PP 1293/95.

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

MASON, WILL E., Winners and Losers: Some Paradoxes in Monetary History Resolved and Some Lessons Unlearned, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, Winter 77, 476-489, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p707, headed: Specie Money vs. Antibullionists. – Monetary freedom offers many other alternatives and options. The narrow-mindedness of such discussions disappoints me. As if we could not see and exchange otherwise than through golden spectacles. Ticket money is almost costless (apart from the self-imposed obligation involved) and yet not worthless. The prejudiced reviewing the prejudiced! – J.Z.



MASS MEDIA: WELLS, SAM, Network News Bias, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 629. – Largely ignore the mass media and use your affordable alternative media to the utmost for your purposes! – J.Z., 10.10.97. – Discard your bias against the affordable alternative media for self-publishing and studying. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MASSACHUSETTS LIBERTY, The Newsletter of the LP of Massachusetts, IV/2: 4/5/78, 12pp; IV/4, 8.9.78, 12pp; IV/5, 10/11/78, 12pp, in PP 275.

MASSIVE RETALIATION, PP 16-18, 680. See Air Raids, Captive Nations as Allies, Collective Responsibility, Deterrence, Governments in Exile, Liberation War, Nuclear War Threat, Revolutionary Warfare, Tyrannicide, Warfare, War Aims, MASTERMAN, CHARLES F.G., Introduction, 44pp, to RUSSELL, READ, The Triumph of Free Trade and other Essays and Speeches, 384pp, 1920, in PP 1069.

MASTERTON, MICHAEL P, Rights, Relativism, and Religious Faith in Montesquieu, POLITICAL STUDIES 29, June 81, 204-216, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1781, headed: Montesquieu’s Faith in Rights and Liberty.

MASTY, S.J., The Birth of an Idea, 2pp: 852, in PP 1484/85. On libertarianism. To my regret this is the only sample that I have on hand. I say that as an atheist about a Christian journal, that is also libertarian. Due to my libertarian bias and the very purpose of LMP, I do not list the rest of the articles, which are not explicitly libertarian. Three libertarian articles in as few pages do impress me. – J.Z.

MATCH, THE, HISTORIC REPRINT SERIES, 1986, 4pp introductory leaflet, 29x, in PP 902.

MATCHING FUNDS: NOLAND, DAVID F. & ALEXANDER, STEVEN, Matching Funds – Clashing Opinions, 1p: Nolan: Take the Money; Alexander: Just Run, in PP 1382/85: 399.




MATHEW, SCOTT C., Governmental side-tripping, 1990, 1p clipping, in PP 1156.

MATHEWS, DON, The Free Market Lifts All Boats, CHALCEDON MATHEWS, ROB, The Theory of Competitive Markets, n.d., 19pp, in PP 1,000.

MATIASZ, JORJ, Polarity Thinking vs. Integrative Thinking, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 645.

MATIASZ, JORJ, What is a Libertarian? 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 198.

MATIN & LE REVEIL, Um des Profites willen, 1 S., in PP 1322. – Ueber die unsinnige und absichtliche Zerstoerung von Fahrzeugen der amerikanischen Armee nach dem Kriege, obwohl sie noch brauchbar waren oder leicht haetten repariert werden koennen. Nach fast allen Kriegen wird aehnliche Verschwendung von Sachwerten berichtet. Damit erreichbare Profite auf einem Freien Markt werden dadurch von Staat verhindert. Und der Steuerzahler wird gezwungen fuer neue Armeefahrzeuge zu blechen und kriegt nichts vom Wert der alten zurueckgezahlt. Zum Kapitel: Verschwendung bei ALLEN Staatsbetrieben. – Weitere, wenig beachtete Beispiele: Schul- und Gefaengnisbibliotheken werden meist gezwungen nur neue Buecher zu kaufen! – J.Z.

MATONIS, JON A., A Critique of Marx’s “The Power of Money in Bourgois Society in the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, 16 Aug. 85, 8pp, in PP 810.

MATONIS, JON W., 1.) letters to Theo Megalli reg. Monetary freedom, statement on his Institute for Monetary Freedom, table of the contents of his Anarchy and Money and of The Political Appropriation of the Monetary Unit, with letters exchanged between him & John Zube, 18 July 86 – 8 Aug. 86, 11pp, 48x, in PP 645, 2.) to Carl WATNER, 2 Nov. 86, 1p. & 3.) to Siegfried SCHWENKE, 19 August 86, with note to J.Zube, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

MATONIS, JON W., Anarchy and Money, Dec. 12, 1984, 20 pp, with select bibliography, 48x, in PP 740. – Free banking discussion. – He planned once a monetary freedom institute and quarterly – but nothing has come of it. The reason may be that there is still no directory to all who are strongly in favour of this liberty. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

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

MATONIS, JON W., Direction of the Free Money Movement, The, Issue Paper No. 4, 12 June 88, 2pp, in PP 810.

MATONIS, JON W., Issue Papers 1 & 2: Alternative Currencies, 2pp & Issue Paper 3: Free Banking/ Free Money, 6pp, 29x, in PP 741.

MATONIS, JON W., The Political Appropriation of the Monetary Unit, Nov. 85, 50pp, 48x, in PP 740.

MATONIS, JON, Hint on a monetary penal clause, U.S. legislation, 1/2 p, in PP 25.

MATTERESE, NICK & WHEELER, WALLY, Last Exit Cafe, on a discussion coffee house, 1p, in PP 493.

MATTERN, RUTH, Moral Science and the Concept of Persons in Locke, PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 89, Jan. 80, 25-45, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1077, headed: Locke’s Concept of Persons.

MATTESON, MICHAEL, The Melbourne Unions Resistance Commune – The Shape of Things to Come, 7pp, 36x, in PP 412, p126.

MATTHEW, SCOTT C., Government’s Top Priority, 1990, 2pp, in PP 1127/1128.

MATTIAS, ENNIO, Scritti per l’Anarchia, 1975, 40pp: 120, in PP 1501.

MATTIS, JIM, Carrie NATION and Political Mythology, 1p: 64, in PP 1477.

MATTIS, JIM, Pigs Is Beautiful, 1p: 71, in PP 1477.

MAUDE, Aylmer, Tolstoy and his Problems, essays, 1901, indexed, 332pp, 29x, in PP 632.

MAURICE, CHARLES & PEJOVICH, STEVE, Socialism: The Road to Decay, 1984, 2pp: 85, in PP 1469.

MAURICE, CHARLES S., Who Should Bail Out the Banks? 2pp: 79, in PP 1469. – When bankers malinvest billions (A $ 905 billion in Japan alone, according to Sydney Morning Herald, 9 May 98) then at the very least all those working in a bank, as well as all shareholders in banks, should be held personally responsible with all of their private property for such losses. At least in this sphere limited responsibility companies should be ended. That should make them a little more responsible in their supervisory efforts and in the granting of loans. However, even the sharpest discipline would be no substitute for full financial and monetary freedom. – J.Z., 17.5.98.

MAURICE, S. CHARLES & PEJOVICH, STEVE, A Proposal for a New Form of Tax Indexing, 1p: 55, in PP 1469.

MAURICE, S. CHARLES & SMITHSON, CHARLES W., The Energy Crisis Ends, 1982, 2pp: 31, in PP 1469.

MAURICE, S. CHARLES, The Path to Synthetic Fuels, 2pp: 1, in PP 1469.

MAURIN, PETER, Easy Essays, 1p each: 158, 165, 173, 177, in PP 1456.

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

MAURUS, Heinrich, Das Papiergeld, 1868, 18. Kapitel aus seinem: Die Grundsaetze der Volkswirtschaftslehre vom Standpunkte der sozialen Reform, 24pp, 29x, in PP 732. – Free banking discussion.

MAUS, F.L., The Curse of Something for Nothing, 3pp, in PP 1418: 7.

MAUTZ, KURT, Max Stirner in der Ursprungsgeschichte der modernen Lebensphilosophie, 2 S. in GEISTIGE ARBEIT, Berlin und Leipzig, 20. Aug. 1936, in PP 1327: 114.

MAWBEY, VAUGHAN, Hypnosis Cures Junkies, AUSTRALASIAN POST, Nov. 8, 1979, 3pp, in PP 1362/63: 247.

MAX STIRNER MEMORIAL INSTITUTE, Erklaerung des, 1983, 1S., in PP 1329: 164. – Frieden – aber wie?! 4 S., August 1983, in PP 1329: 165.

MAX, JACKIE, Beware the Ministry of Vitamins, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 320.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., Constructive Anarchism. “A defence of Anarcho-syndicalism against ‘Platformism’ and ‘Synthetical anarchism’, 1930, 1952, 1988, with added documents 46pp: 72, in PP 1482. – With my cheap microfiche offers of syndicalist writings, I seem to be a “scab” in their eyes, for none of the syndicalists that I know has so bothered to order any of them from me. Perhaps I should be grateful that they are not getting violent about my undercutting the prices for their literature output which, in “truly radical” fashion, is still using a basically 500 year old technology? – J.Z.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., My Social Credo, 1933 – 1983, 15pp, in PP 1210.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., Program of Anarcho-Syndicalism, 1927, published 1952 in the book Constructive Anarchism, by Maximoff. Here reproduced from the 1985 edition of Monty Miller Press, Sydney, in PP 1164.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., Rebellion: Mikhail Bakunin. An extract from his book: Bakunin, 46pp: 132, in PP 1481. – With appendix: The Program of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1919, 3pp: 148, in PP 1481.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., Syndicalists in the Russian Revolution, 1979 edition, 16pp, with “Afterward: relevance to workers in the 80/s”, by STEIN, JEFF, 8pp, in PP 1140.

MAXIMOFF, G.P., The State of the World, 1951, 5pp, 29x, in PP 542.

MAXWELL, JOCELYN, Economics Made Easy, 35pp, 29x, in PP 390.

MAY, CLIFFORD D., Ethiopia’s Capitalist Airline. Soviet Ideology Left on Ground, 1985, 3pp clipping, in PP 1156.

MAY, GLENN A., Filipino Resistance to American Occupation; Batangas, 1899-1902, PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW 48, Nov. 79, 531-556, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1117, headed: Filipinio Resistance to U.S. Imperialism.

MAY, ROLLO, Freedom and Destiny, N.Y.: W.W. Norton, 1981, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1687, headed: Freedom & Destiny.

MAY, WILLIAM E., The Meaning and Nature of the Natural Law in Thomas Aquinas, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 22, 1977, 168-189 summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p580, headed: Aquinas and Natural Law.

MAYAKIS, MICHAEL, Review of: HESSEN, ROBERT, In Defense of the Corporation, 1979, 2pp: 36, in PP 1514.

MAYBURY, RICHARD J., The Thousand Year War, on Middle East struggles, 19pp, in PP 1,020, 7pp, in PP 1243/44. – The recent wars considered as mere continuations of The Crusades! A libertarian outlook on the Middle East, with some references to its part-panarchistic tradition but not with a consistent application of panarchistic principles. He goes beyond the usual democratic constitutionalism and limited governmentalism. – J.Z.

MAYBURY, RICHARD J., Will Mr. Greenspan Ruin You or Make You Rich? Libertarian Look at the Fed, MONEYWORLD, Sep. 88, 3pp, in PP 1240.

MAYBURY, RICHARD, Spotlight, on the influence of weapons in citizen hands on history, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p164.

MAYDAY! Oakland, Cal., Continental Newsletter of the Mayday Anarchist Network, Oct. 89, 12pp, in PP 500. – Of no interest to me. Seems mainly concerned with “sexism”. – J.Z.

MAYER, ARNO J., Politics & Diplomacy of Peacemaking, Containment and Counter-revolution at Versailles, 1918-1919, Alfred A. Knopf, 1 of 3 reviews by LEONARD LIGGIO, 1967, 5pp: 65, in PP 1501.

MAYER, HENRY, John Zube’s Cultural Revolution, 1p, 1968: 142, in PP 1503.

MAYER, RICHARD R., Ethics and Bottle Deposits, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 248. From THE FREEMAN, Feb. 88.

MAYER, THOMAS, Money and the Great Depression: A Critique of Prof. Temin’s Thesis, EXPLORATIONS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY 15, 1978, 127-145, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p706, headed: Monetarism and the Depression. – Discusses only forced and exclusive currency. – J.Z.

MAYERS, SYDNEY A., Ayn Rand: A Personal Reappraisal, 1p, in PP 1312/1314.

MAYO, KATHERINE, Mother India, first published 1927, 26th printing: July 1930. Since then? Indexed, 452pp, in PP 1443/44: 1-108. – Ulrich von Beckerath, 1882-1969 recommended this book to me, as one NOT viewing India through rose-coloured glasses. Then I never got around to read more than a few chapters. Long after his death, I did finally get around to photocopy the whole book, from what was accessible to me of his former library, and even then I only skim-read it – until recently, when I finally read the whole. Ulrich von Beckerath was right. It is an important book although not an explicitly libertarian one. It severely criticizes one religion, orthodox Hinduism, and what it has done to the Indian people, those following this faith. At least one religion is shown as then still all too popular, as degenerating rather than improving man, women and children. Have Amnesty International and the U.N. ever criticized these human rights violations? – Have even parliamentarism, the welfare State, the bureaucracy, been as disabling, then and there? – Have similar religious and sexual practices done similar harm in other countries and other religious and ethnic communities? At least in some parts of Africa child slavery does still exists. – This book has been out of print for all too long. I did not see it for decades of book hunting – but then I rarely ever browsed through sections on India. If you are lucky then you can still find a second-hand copy in these sections. How can a book that that was once a bestseller become so much a non-seller, that it is allowed to get out of print? Note, however, that at least by 1985 Greenwood Press offered a reprint for 21 UK Pounds or $ 22.50. – The atrocious conditions reported by K. Mayo have probably been somewhat improved by now – but not yet enough, as one of today’s clippings showed me and a talk yesterday with a Hindu couple, who also said that among the poor in India e.g. child marriages are still widely practised. – Was competition from other religions and whatever enlightenment that was provided by atheism, rationalism, humanism, agnosticism, not strong enough to reduce this degree of ignorance and prejudice? Would exterritorial autonomy in all spheres be required, there, too, and would it suffice, to bring about positive changes fast? Judging by this book and various other hints, I would not pick upon India as a starting place for introducing individual liberties widely. It still seems to be held back by religions, especially by orthodox Hinduism, as was Europe, in the Middle Ages, by Christianity. From China a number of monetary freedom experiments were reported. I still have to hear of a single one in India. – Apparently, not even any open air speaking centre was possible there, so far. One can only suppose that, most likely, it would have led to bloodshed. – But the very caste system of India has also an important lesson to teach: Very different kinds of groups CAN COEXIST peacefully in the same country. Its worst features were the coercion and the privileges involved. If it had been a voluntary rather than an involuntary (by birth) segregation and if free scope had been left to voluntary integration, for those who liked it, rather than trying to spread compulsory integration, e.g. in the public service, then and under these conditions, the caste system might have promoted liberty and progress rather than oppression and exploitation. And it could have been extended to all kinds of other groups and communities – even while e.g. Western “civilization” would have spread among those who liked them. – A number of writers have asked: How much further would India have developed – if at least most of its silver and gold had been coined out rather than being hoarded or used as jewellery. Perhaps only Ulrich von Beckerath went beyond that suggestion with his proposal that every money lender in India should be permitted to become a free banker, issuing his own optional, i.e. refusable and market rated banknotes, under freedom of choice for value standards, too. The interest rate, at least for black market loans, appears to be still around 120% p.a.! At least for turnover credits it could then have been rapidly reduced to 1% p.a., or even less. – Traditional communistic sharing practices within the extended families, as well as the practice of excessive expenditures upon celebrations, would have to be discontinued by those who would want to build up, own, retain and manage productive capital. These and probably many other abuses would have to be ended, too. Mayo just concentrates on some. Some notes on how to promote rapid development in India through monetary freedom can be found in PP 415 & 740. – J.Z., 9/97.

MAYO, KATHERINE, Volume Two, 1931, 262pp, in PP 1443/44: 108-170. “To those persons in India who strive to end Hindu child marriages”. – I found this recently at a local bookshop, when I checked out the availability of “Mother India”. The bookshop, Berkelouws, had 4 copies of Mother India and one of Volume Two. – I read and was impressed by Volume Two as well. It concentrates on the case against child marriages. Girls, IF allowed to live, were and are apparently still perceived, by all too many Hindu parents, as mere burdens, to be disposed of, as soon as possible, to the families of their husbands. The “obligatory” dowry seems to be fixed all the lower the younger the girl is. Mayo reports even a princely family in India, which did not allow its girl children to live, for all of ca. 400 years, because marrying them off would have been “too expensive” for it. Child murder was cheaper! Hindu customs and marriage laws seem to see to it that these girls are not highly appreciated in the husband’s family, either, and are easily replaceable there. And once they are rejected by the husbands and the families of the husbands, too, without property, support payments, education, jobs and respect, then, in this environment, only prostitution and begging seem to be open to them. Thus they tend to suffer almost any abuse all too patiently. – These abuses form some of the strongest cases for children’s and women’s individual rights but advocates of such rights often end their concerns for them at their national borders. To see these conditions in context and without jumping into collective “judgments”, we should remember how relatively recent hygienic life styles were for European people, too, how neglected individual rights of children still are, and those of women were, until early in this century, and that, according to some reports, the minimum marriage age in England, before WW I, was also down to 12 years for girls. Nor do the abortion figures in Western countries speak for a large appreciation of the rights of children there, in the period before their birth. The West has its “caste” system, too, in form of segregated and privileged trade and professional unions. And our “Brahmins” are the top politicians and bureaucrats, who treat us as voting cattle and milking cows or sheep to be shorn & slaughtered, and pay only some lip service to our individual rights and liberties, while infringing them in uncounted ways, often quite legally, with laws passed for this purpose under one or the other pretence – to their advantage. Under the pretence of wanting to help our youths, they passed and maintained minimum wage laws for them which rendered in Australia up to 40% of them unemployed! The government-miseducated masses give the sanction of the victims to this and began to howl in protest when the current prime minister, John Howard, merely suggested that we review these laws. Alas, the same guy introduced severe anti-gun laws and could not even uphold the proposal of a very limited experiment that would have done away with some of the anti-drug laws. So we do not really have enough reasons to be proud of ourselves in comparison with the conditions reported by Mayo. – Herbert Spencer, in “Social Statics”, pointed out that we cannot expect a sufficient appreciation of individual rights while those of women and children are still widely neglected. – Today’s paper reported atrocious working conditions for children in China, in e.g. shoe factories financed from the West. But that happens under special conditions, the background of an underdeveloped country, held back by communist “economics” for decades and with ca. 200 million unemployed. – Would such conditions have arisen and persisted under full employment conditions (full monetary & financial freedom, in addition to all the other economic liberties) for all able and willing to work? – I can only hope that this book will not be perceived as a racist book. It attacks just one orthodox religion in India, not any particular “race” there. But it also points out what the persistence of such beliefs and customs can do to the survival chances, liberties, health, life style and mentality of people engaged in them. Judging by Mayo’s books one could say that orthodox Hinduism has promoted and maintained paedophilia and child murder in India. If that is conceded, then one should ask oneself, as a freedom lover, whether one should advocate free migration and the right to asylum not only to the victims of such a religion but also to its practitioners, its victimizers. I knew an Indian who was convicted of having killed his 12 year old daughter. He had taken all the blame upon himself but it seemed that the mother was also involved in this killing. Would we want many such immigrants and should we be tolerant towards such actions in other countries? Can we reduce them more effectively than by spreading knowledge, appreciation and practice of individual rights, everywhere? – Knowledge of the then existing and partly still continuing conditions in India might help to undermine the image and followership of various Indian gurus, whose “teachings” keep people from their moral and rational tasks as rational beings. – Mayo, too, showed the English colonial government more as a protector, developer, educator and liberator than as an oppressor. However, while eliminating some internal warfare and oppression, e.g. the burning of widows, their freedom promoting influence was not strong enough. They still imposed territorial laws and did not see to it that all somewhat enlightened people could freely opt out from under them and the prevailing customs. – How would India have developed under a VOLUNTARY caste system, permitting individual secessions and individual associations, with justice between these voluntary caste groups and other voluntary communities, all doing their own things for and to themselves only? Would the better examples then have been widely enough copied by now? Replacing English territorial rule by Indian, Pakistani and Bangladesh territorial rule was not good enough. The governments of Pakistan & India, too, are now nuclear giants and ethical infants, as Omar Bradley said. There were even people joyfully dancing in the street about this! (May/June 98. – Nor, apparently, did the Christian missionaries bring enough enlightenment. They rather added their prejudices to the existing ones. – Have the fans of the Indian non-violence movement shown sufficient concern with the violence inherent in these Hindu customs? – In very general terms this book, too, shows what human beings are often capable of and what they are often incapable of. – J.Z., 9/9/97, 7.6.98.

MAYO, MARK, Convict Cities: A Solution? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1505. – Already the large prisons have usually worse rehabilitation rates than the small ones. City-sized prisons would be even worse. However, is one is not concerned with rehabilitation and leaves that to convicts themselves, then much is to be said for some kind of isolation for them – if only the whole spectrum of criminals is not simply mixed up, which could easily turn some of them worse and also into victims. – The Nazis have set examples for large scale forced labour – but for innocents or those who dared to oppose them. Penal servitude does not mean that the crime victims ought to tax themselves to support convicts in relative idleness, and often their families, too. – See my prison article in PP 13. – Look up Spencer” “Prison Ethics” and Robert Heinlein’s “Coventry”. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

MAZELTOV CORPORATION OF AMERICA, Operating Charter for …, 3pp, in PP 1071.

MAZZINI, see THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

MAZZOLANI, LIDIA STORONI, Tacitus: On Power, in Empire Without End, translated by Joan McConnell and Mario Pei, N.Y., Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1976, pp143-208, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p304, headed: Power and Servility.

MCALPINE, PETER, Review, 2pp, of Nathaniel Branden’s The Psychology of Self-Esteem, in PP 1112.

MCALPINE, PETER, Value and Purpose, 7pp, n.d., in PP 889.

MCAULEY, JAMES, Prof., Towards a New Barbarism, 1975, on education, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

MCAULIFF, JOSEPH R., Working for Life, part II, 1989, 2pp, in PP 1121.

MCAULIFFE, JOSEPH R., Banking Blues, The, Part I, CHALCEDON REPORT, Nov. 88, 2pp, in PP 810, The Banking Blues, Part 2, 2pp, CHALCEDON REPORT, Dec.88, in PP 818. (Weak in monetary theory. J.Z.)

MCBAIN, HUGHSTON M., The Both-Sides Idea, 2pp, in PP 957.

MCBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Federal Reserve Policy, 2pp: 227, in PP 1506/07.

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

MCBRIDE, ROGER LEA, Review, 2pp, of: 1. ALBERTY J. NOCK, JEFFERSON, & 2. DUMAS MALONE, MILTON KAPLAN & HIRST MILHOLLEN, The Story of the Declaration of Independence, in PP 1367/68: 108.

MCBRIDE, STEWART, Satre’s Heir Battles against Socialism, 1983, 3pp, 29x, in PP 425.

MCCABE, JOSEOPH, The Failure of Christian Missions, 1927, 64pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in PP 1229.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, & HALDEMAN-JULIUS, E., The Blood of Martyrs, 1933, 32pp, LBB No. 1733, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, A Book of Popular Fallacies. Lies in Generally Accepted Quotations and Proverbs, 1951, 23pp, 52 points, Haldeman- Julius Publications, B-940, in PP 1218.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, A History of Freemasonry. The Story of its Relations with Satan and the Popes, 1949, 31pp, B 790, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, A Manuel of Debunking, n.d., 31pp, LBB 1487, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Ask Haldeman – Julius. Review of QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (another Haldeman – Julius series), in PP 1220.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Can We Change Human Nature? n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1559, in PP 1209.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Christianity and Philanthropy, 1927, 64pp, LBB No. 1218, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Christianity and Slavery, n.d., LBB No. 1127, 64pp, in PP 1224.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Comments on Professor Reiser’s New Scientific Humanism, 1949, 10pp, Haldeman-Julius Pub. B-832, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Did Jesus Ever Live? Haldeman – Julius Publications, LBB No. 1084, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Eighty Years A Rebel, Autobiography, 1947, 96pp, Haldeman-Julius Publications, No. B-636, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Fascist Romanism Defies Civilization. How the Pope Keeps to the Plot while the World Curses it, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 10, 1942, 32pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Freethinkers and the Struggle for Freedom, from a 1970 reprint, 23pp: 67, in PP 1496. – Unfortunately, not all atheists have continued to be champions of liberty in every sphere. On the contrary, some of them, especially communist fanatics, have in this century mistreated, imprisoned and murdered so many dissenters that their numbers may have exceeded that of all the previous victims of “Christian” churches during all the centuries. Some figures may have been compiled on this. I have not yet seen them. But this reverse, equivalent and contemporary persecution on the basis of some other dogmas should be kept in mind when perusing such pamphlets. Atheists have certainly not always represented the side of the “angels”. – J.Z., 24.10.85.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Freethought and Agnosticism, Lies and Confusion in Conventional Literature, 1943, 31pp, LBB 1791, in PP 1206.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, History’s Greatest Liars. How the “New Historians” Falsified and Suppressed the Truth at the Behest of Church Interests, 1951, 91pp, in PP 1207.

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

MCCABE, JOSEPH, How Christianity Grew out of Paganism. The Real Origin of the Christian Religion, 1943, 32pp, LBB No. 1775, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, How the Faith Is Protected. The Unique Apparatus of the Black International to Secure Loyalty, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International, 2nd series, No. 17, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, How the Pope of Peace Traded in Blood, The Red Pope, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 2, 1941, 29pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Introduction to Ferrer, Francisco, The Origin and Ideals of the Modern School, 9pp, in PP 1,047.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Is Einstein’s Theory Atheistic? An Answer to Cardinal O’Connell, 1929, 30pp, in LBB 1490, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Is the Position of Atheism Growing Stronger? 1936, 30pp, Haldeman-Julius Publication B 758, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Lies of Religious Literature, LBB 1248, 1927, 64pp, in PP 1224.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Man and his Submission to Being Ruled. The Evolution of Government and Political Forms, n.d., Haldeman – Julius Publications, Key to Culture No. 23, 61pp, in PP 1220.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Morality in the Nineteenth Century. The Development of Modern Puritanism, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in sub-series: A History of Human Morals, vol. XI, No. 493, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1222.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Morals in Ancient Babylon, n.d., 63pp, LBB 1076, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Morals in the Ancient World. Ideas and Practices in Ancient Egypt, Babylonia, Assyria and Judea, n.d., 64pp, volume II of A History of Human Morals, ed. by E. Haldeman – Julius, no series number, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Phallic Elements in Religion, LBB No. 1079, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Reason or Faith – Which Shall Prevail? 31pp, 1936, No. 6 in THE FREETHINKER’S LIBRARY, edited by E. Haldeman – Julius, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Religion and the Rights of Man, 1944, 31pp, 29x, in PP 616.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Robert G. Ingersoll: Benevolent Agnostic, 1927, 64pp, LBB 1215, in PP 1206.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Rome Puts a Blight on Culture. The Roman Church the Poorest in Culture and Richest in Crime. Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 13, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, Rome’s Syllabus of Condemned Opinions. The Last Blast of the Catholic Church’s Medieval Trumpet, 1950, 32pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-878, in PP 1220.

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

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Artistic Sterility of the Church. How the Church Stupefies Folk by Crude Emotionalism. Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International, 2nd series, No. 18, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Bloody Story of Antisemitism down the Ages. A Few Friendly Counsels of a Freethinker to the Members of our Three Great Religions, 1947, 29pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-584, in PP 1220.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Catholic Church and the Sex Problem. The Stupidity, Futility, and Insolence of its Ethic, 1949, 29pp, Haldeman – Julius Publication No. B – 812, in PP 1226.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Church Defies Modern Life. One Sound Catholic Boast – We Never Change, 1942, 30pp, The Black International No. 15, 2nd series, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in PP 1226. – Even the Catholic Church has changed over the centuries. However, I would not trust it or any other, if anywhere a religious monopoly were re-established or wherever it still continues to some extent. – J.Z.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Church the Enemy of the Workers. Rome is the Natural Ally of all Exploiters, 1942, 32pp, The Black International No. 14, 2nd. series, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in PP 1226. The Pope is one of the few religious leaders advocating at least some types of cooperative self-help. Even the devil should not be maligned. – J.Z.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Columbia Encyclopedia’s Crimes against the Truth. How a Popular Reference Work Is Being Used as a Weapon against Free Culture and Twisted to Fit the Purposes of Lying Obscurantists, 1951, 48pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, No. B-939, in PP 1226.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Dawn of the Modern Spirit, Sketches of Jefferson, Goethe, Schiller, Pestalozzi, Watt and Beethoven, n.d., 61pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-461, vol. XIII in the series : One Hundred Men Who Moved the World. Character Sketches of the Greatest Creative Forces of History, in PP 1220.

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

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Dumbness of the Great. A Survey of the Nonsense, Absurdities, Inconsistencies, Illogicalities, Inaccuraccies, and Idiocies of the World’s Outstanding Leaders, 1948, 91 pp, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, No. B-700, in PP 1210. 1p, adv. for this 60,000 word book, Fall 1978, 29x, in PP 243.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Effect of the Reformation on Morals. An Impartial Inquiry into the Question whether the Morals of Europe Improved after the Reformation, n.d., 64pp, vol. X, in A History of Human Morals, ed. by E. Haldeman-Julius, series No. 492, in PP 1207.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Final Struggle, Sketches of Napoleon, Byron, Shelley, Bolivar & Robert Owen, vol. XIV, 100 Men Who Moved the World, Character Sketches of the Greatest Creative Forces in History, 62pp, Haldeman-Julius Publications, in PP 1115.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Fruits of Romanism, The Catholic Church Does far more Hrm than Good, 1942, 31pp, The Black International No. 19, 2nd series, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Gay Chronicle of the Monks and Nuns, n.d., 32pp, in LBB 1509, in PP 1206.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Gospel Faire-Tale, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1239.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The History and Meaning of the Catholic Index of Forbidden Books, 1931, 107pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-580, in PP 1220.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The History of Torture, A Study of Cruelty, the Ugliest Impulse in Man, 1949, 29pp, Haldeman – Julius Publication No. B-789, in PP 1227; 1982 reprint, 32pp, in PP 1228.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Holy Faith of Romanists. How Catholics Are Hypnotized about their Weird Creed, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International, 2nd. series, No. 16, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Jesuits: Religious Rogues, 1927, 64pp, in LBB 1144, in PP 1206.

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

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Menace of Mysticisms. The Place of Bunk in the Worlds of Thought, Emotion, and Action – what it has done and is doing – what it would mean in terms of human progress if we outgrew it. Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-539, 1947, 91pp, in PP 1220.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Moorish Civilization in Spain, 1927, 64pp, LBB No. 1137, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Mystery of Existence, 1948, 30pp, LBB No.1830, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Myth of the Virgin Birth, 3pp, n.d., in PP 1239.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Origin and Meaning of Ideas, 1951, 94pp, Haldeman-Julius Publications, No. 918, in PP 1115.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Pious Traitors of Belgium and France. How the Preaching of Peace Fizzled out and why, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 7, 1942, 32pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Pope and the Italian Jackal. How Mussolini’s Invincible Legions Were Blessed, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 8, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Reformation and Protestant Reaction, 1926, 64pp, LBB No. 1141, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Renaissance: A European Awakening, 1926, 61pp, LBB No. 1140, in PP 1209.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Sham of Spiritualism, 10pp, in PP 1208.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Totalitarian Church of Rome, its Fuehrer, its Gauleiter, its Gestapo, and its Money Box, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 11, 1942, 32pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Tyranny of the Clerical Gestapo. Catholics the most Priest – Ridden of all People, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International, 2nd. series, No. 12, 1942, 32pp, in PP 1225.

MCCABE, JOSEPH, The War and Papal Intrigue. How the New Pope Talked Peace and Worked for War, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 6, 1942, 32pp, in PP 1225.

MCCAFFREY, JOHN L., Concerning the Boss, 3pp, in PP 957.

MCCAFFREY, VINCENT & FRAZIER, MARK C., Libertarian Yearbook 1973, 111pp, in PP 274.

MCCAIN, ROGER A., Notes for a Seminar on Anarchist Ideology, 76, 12pp, in PP 1371/72: 60.

MCCALL, DOROTHY KAUFMANN, Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex, and Jean-Paul Satre, SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 5, 1979, 209-223, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p908, headed: Woman’s Fear of Freedom.

MCCALLIE, JOHN, 2pp extract from article, Winter 88 of AUSTRALIAN ECONOMICS NEWSLETTER, on Mises Institute’s 5th Anniversary, honouring H. Hazlitt, with remarks on gold standard & legal tender, in PP 795.

MCCALLUM, GEORGE T., review, 2pp, of Harry Brown, How I Found Freedom…, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

MCCARREY REPORT FINDINGS, Summarized by THE AUSTRALIAN, 31.8.93; Public Sector Areas Under the Gun, 1p, in PP 1276. – If only they were, by citizen guns rather than government guns! – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MCCARROLL, GERALDINE & ROBINSON, ANN, A Work Group Approach at WELVIC, 5pp, & WELVIC Revisited, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

MCCARRY, JOHN, Peru Begins Again: A few lines from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 5/96, on informal economy (50% of jobs): 80, in PP 1495. – If only they were aware of and practised monetary freedom as well! – J.Z. – See Underground Economy & Black Markets.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The Gathering Momentum, 1p: 108, in PP 1506/07. – From their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The Investigative Reporter, 1p: 131, in PP 1506/07. From their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The Leaping Quantum, 1p: 84, in PP 1506/07. From their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The Untouchable Incumbent, 1p: 131, in PP 1506/07. From their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., The Viable Alternative, 2pp from their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978: 57, in PP 1506/07.

MCCARTHY, EUGENE J. & KILPATRICK, JAMES J., Tight and Other Budgets, 1p: 175, in PP 1506/07. – From their book: A Political Bestiary, 1978.

MCCARTHY, SUSAN J., Cultural Fascism, 1991, 1p, in PP 1132.

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

MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, A Battle over Monetary Policy, 1p, 1982, in PP 1386/91: 900. – 1p, in PP 1248.

MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, Bringing Power Back Home – Recreating Democracy on a Human Scale, 9th Annual A.F. Schumacher Lecture, October 89, Great Barrington, MA, 1990, 16pp, in PP 1258.

MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, Sorcery at the FED, INQUIRY, Jan. 8, 5pp, 29x, in PP 865.

MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, Stable Local Currency Experiment – “Berkshares”, Fact Sheet, Sep. 1985, 2pp, 97, in PP 1465. – Free banking discussion.

MCCLAUGHRY, JOHN, Uncle Sam’s War on the Independent Contractor, National Review, Dec. 21, 1979, 6pp, in PP 1,016.

MCCLELLAND, DAVID C., Managing Motivation to Expand Human Freedom, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST 33, 1978, 201-210, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p399, headed: Freedom, Motivation, and Government Programs.

MCCLELLAND, JIM, Too many fingers on too many nuclear triggers, 1p, SMH 11.9.95, in PP 1367/68: 246. – One on one is already too many – except for and because of the Nero-types. – J.Z., 17.6.99.

MCCLINTOCK, R., A mini-declaration of 10 rights, 48x, in PP 589/590.

MCCLOSKEY, H.J., Universalized Prescriptivism and Utilitarianism: Hare’s Attempted Forced Marriage, JOURNAL OF VALUE INQURY 13, 1979, 61-74, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p876, headed: Utilitarianism and Prescriptivism.

MCCLOSKEY, J.J., Privacy and the Right to Privacy, PHILOSOPHY 55, Jan. 80, 17-38, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1285, headed: Is Privacy an Absolute Right?

MCCLOSKEY, MICHAEL J., The Catholic Worker Movement, 8pp: 173, in PP 1456.

MCCLOUD, JANET & ROBERT CASEY, The Last Indian War, 25pp, in PP 984.

MCCLUSKEY, STEPHEN C., Evangelists, Educators, Ethnographers, and the Establishment of the Hopi Reservation, THE JOURNAL OF ARIZONA HISTORY 21, Winter 80, 363-390, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 12031392p, headed: U.S. Pacification of the Hopi.

MCCOLLEY, ROBERT, Radical Political Thought in the American Revolution, JOURNAL OF THE ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 69, 1976, 2: 91-99, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p701, headed: Liberty and the American Revolution.

MCCONKEY, PAT, Review of ARSINOV, PETER, History of the Makhnovist Movement, 1918-1921, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1432.

MCCORD, HOWARD, 25 Reasons why you Will Probably Die at the Hands of a Government Agent, 1p, in PP 1269.

MCCORD, HOWARD, The Coming Civil War in America, 1p, in PP 1269.

MCCORD, HOWARD, Why Government Is Public Enemy No. 1, 1p, in PP 1269.

MCCORMICK, PETER, The Concept of Self in Political Thought, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 12, Dec. 79, 689-725, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1014, headed: The Self in Political Thought.

MCCORMICK, ROBERT R., Col., The Sacking of America, 1932, 58pp, in PP 1,015.

MCCOY, DREW R., Benjamin Franklin’s Vision of a Republican Political Economy for America, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 35, Oct. 78, 605-628, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p598, headed: Republican Farmer-Citizens and Free Trade.

MCCRACKEN, ANNE, Gun Laws vs Self Defence, 1984, 2pp, in PP 1074 & 1251.

MCCRAW, THOMAS K., Regulation in America: A Review Article, BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW, USA, 49, 1975, 159-183, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p116. Headed: Origins of Planning.

MCCULLOCH, J. HUSTON, The Ban on Indexed Bonds, 1933-1977, AER, Dec. 80, 4pp, in PP 971.

MCDANIEL, THOMAS R., Weber and Kafka on Bureaucracy: A Question of Perspective, THE SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY 78, Sum. 79, 361-375, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p985, headed: Bureaucracy in Weber and Kafka.

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

MCDONAGH, DAVID, Is the State Based on mere Dogma? 8pp: 115, in PP 1505.

MCDONALD, FOREST & GRADY MCWHINEY, The South from Self-Sufficiency to Peonage: An Interpretation, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 85, Dec. 80, 1095-1118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1393, headed: The Celtic South: The Aftermath of War. This description of much leisure, for slaves as well as masters and free men, in the South, reminds me of G.B. Shaw’s remark: Freedom means leisure! – Naturally, it does not excuse the wrongs of slavery but it casts another point of view upon the “liberation” of the South. – J.Z.

MCDONALD, FORREST, A Founding Father’s Library, bibliographical essay, 12pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p6.

MCDONALD, HAMISH, Japanese paying with their lives. Increase in suicides induced by debt, 1983, with note by J. Zube, 1p, 29x, in PP 742.

MCDONALD, KENNETH, Canada Damaged by Faulty Theories, 6pp: 338,in PP 1529-33.

MCDONALD, KENNETH, Keeping Canada Together, 1p leaflet for the book, in PP 1271. Individual Canadians could be much more satisfied if the Canadian Empire were allowed to fall apart – or were continued only among volunteers – and if no new sub-empire, with compulsory membership and exclusive and territorial sovereignty were allowed to arise. – PIOT! J.Z.

MCDUFFIE, GEORGE, Speech, Jan. 29, 1844, 11pp, 29x, in PP 602.

MCELROY, WENDY & SMITH, GEORGE, Wollstonecraft & Godwin, 4p, in PP 1373/75: 247, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 267. – From THE FAMILIST.

MCELROY, WENDY, Banning Pornography Endangers Women, ISIL leaflet, Dec. 97, 6pp: 54, in PP 1504.

MCELROY, WENDY, Benjamin Tucker, Individualism, & Liberty: Not the Daughter but the Mother of Order, bibliographical essay in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1413, 33pp.

MCELROY, WENDY, Demystifying The State, THE VOLUNTARYIST SERIES, No. III, 11pp, in PP 852.

MCELROY, WENDY, Demystifyng the State, 4pp, in PP 1373/75: 179.

MCELROY, WENDY, Freedom, Feminism and the State, in PP 277/278: 208.

MCELROY, WENDY, Individualist Anarchism vs. “Libertarianism” & Anarcho – Communism, in PP 1373/75: 130-134.

MCELROY, WENDY, Intellectual Property: The Late 19th Century Libertarian Debate, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCELROY, WENDY, LIBERTY, 1881 – 1908, A Comprehensive Index, compiled by MCELROY, WENDY, 1982, 162pp, in PP 960. – This printing job was not one of Michael Coughlin’s better ones. The print is often too faint for my liking. I used up 2 expensive bound copies for this filming, selecting the somewhat better pages and the outcome is still not good. I may have to refilm the lot from the typed copy, of which I have a photocopy. There are also some references corresponding to my special interests, which I would have liked to see included. An open index system could similarly cater to the special interests of others, so that finally real comprehensiveness is achieved. – J.Z.

MCELROY, WENDY, Lucifer : The light bearer, 4pp, in PP 1373/75: 193. – 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 187. – Years ago she suggested that I should microfiche this famous periodical, but not how or where I could get a copy of it. – J.Z.

MCELROY, WENDY, Notes in TC 105, with panarchistic comments by J. Zube, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 869.

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

MCELROY, WENDY, The New Menace of Gandhism: A Comment, with Rothbard comment: 1 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 269.

MCELROY, WENDY, We Believe, quotes compiled by W.M., 3pp, in PP 1151.

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

MCELWAIN, CHARLES, Passionate Politics vs. Party Politics, 2pp: in PP 275: 51 & 58.

MCFARLANCE, BRUCE, Monetary “Cranks” Have A Point, in WORONI, 11 May 67, 1p, with 1p by John Zube, 5 June 67, in response, in PP 913.

MCFARLAND, STEPHEN L., A Peripheral View of the Origins of the Cold War: The Crises in Iran, 1941-47, DIPLOMATIC HISTORY 4, Fall 80, 333-351, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1196, headed: Iran, Oil, and the Cold War.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Concepts in Philosophy of Science, 1987, 10pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Envisaging a Free Market in Education, 1991, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, From Critical Rationalism to Logic of Human Action, L.A., 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Global Warming: Inventing an Apocalypse, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, In Defence of Material Affluence, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 51, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Leonard Peikoff’s FACT AND VALUE, A Critique, pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Microsoft Is not too Powerful, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Monopolies, Cartels & Competition, 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 28, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Moving Pictures: An Excursion into the World of the Rock Group RUSH, 4pp, in PP 1281/82. (L.A. leaflet.)

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Peter Schwartz’s LIBERTARIANISM: THE PERVERSION OF LIBERTY, A Restricted Critique, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Rock Music and the Subjectivity of Taste, 1990, 4pp, LA Cultural Notes, No. 22, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, The Critical Rationalism of Karl Popper, 1990, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 16, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, The Rational Self-Interest of Reciprocity: Robert Axelrod and the Evolution of Cooperation, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, The Reality of Free Will, L.A., 2pp, 29x, in PP 864.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Tibor Machan on Value & the Scope of Economics: A Critique, 1991, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCFARLANE, KEVIN, Value and Exploitation in Marxism: A Critique, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

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.

MCGARRY, TERRANCE, Where Pot Grows Wild, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 377.

MCGATH, GARY, Is Taxation Moral? 1/2 p, in PP 276: 67.

MCGATH, GARY, Is Taxation Moral? 1/2p, in PP 276.

MCGATH, GARY, Review of HUNTFORD, ROLAND, The New Totalitarians, 1p, in PP 276: 99.

MCGATH, GARY, The Ethics of Crime, 5pp: 441, in PP 1529-33. – I would rather say: The non-ethics of crime with victims. – J.Z.,14.11.98.

MCGEHEE, CHARLES MICHAEL, Taxation and Intervention: Assassins of Rome, 1964, 45pp, in PP 997.

MCGILLION, C.J., Poor People and People Power. The Philippine Revolution in Review, 3pp: 594, in PP 1484/85.

MCGILLION, C.J., Reflection on the Food Crisis in Africa, 7pp: 561, in PP 1484/85.

MCGLYNN, E., Address at the funeral of Henry George, 29x, in PP 625.

MCGOOHAN, PATRICK, Secreet Agent, The Prisoner, Village, reviewed by F.R. CHAMBERLAIN, 2pp, in PP 1457/62.

MCGRATH, MELANIE, The Ascent of Ayn Rand. GOOD WEEKEND, 20 Sep. 97, 4pp: 111, in PP 1493.

MCGRAW, ONALEE, Family Choice in Education: The New Imperative, Washington, D.C., The Heritage Foundation, 1978, 60pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p491, headed: Education and Family Autonomy.

MCGREGOR, PETER, From free speech to freedom – exploring anarchistic visions of freedom, 7pp: 50, in PP 1481.

MCGREGOR, PETER, Homage to What? For As-If (Anarcho-Situationist- Insurrectionary-Fuckwits ), 2pp, in PP 1440/42: 607.

MCGREGOR, RICHARD, End of the line for Japan’s dying art. Review of TSURUMI, WATARU, The Complete Manual of Suicide, a bestseller in Japan, telling Japanese how to do it the Western way. 2pp, in PP 1321. – While I do not deny the right to engage in such a self-destructive action in desperate and hopeless situations, with no other way out, I would be disinclined to publish such a book without a guide bringing all the arguments, in most situations, against suicide. Those who did not succeed with a suicide attempt or were forcefully prevented from carrying it out, are mostly grateful afterwards. If not, they are free to try again. But once it becomes a well considered and rational decision, then the execution of it should be made as easy as possible and, upon request, should even be assisted by people willing to render such aid. That was already proposed by emperor Marcus Aurelius in the time of the Roman Empire. Not enough progress has occurred in this field so far. What is now called “voluntary euthanasia” or “assisted suicide” is still controversial in most countries and “living wills” are either not made on this or are habitually ignored. – All that man- and womanpower WASTED by unnecessary suicides, under conditions of emotional turmoil and in the absence of help! Think of e.g. how many books these people could have microfiched, instead, if they had gone on living, doing something as useful, working towards a just, free & peaceful society. – J.Z., 5.6.96.

MCGUINNESS, P. PADRAIC, Review of DISSENT, the first six issues, a Melbourne socialist quarterly edited by P. Wertheim & J. Jupp, 3pp: 31, in PP 1471.

MCGUINNESS, P.P. The Case against the Arbitration Commission, 1985, 29pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

MCGUINNESS, P.P., Take sugar claims with a pinch of salt, A. 23.11.93, 2pp on protectionism: 386, in PP 1506/07.

MCGUINNESS, PADRAIC P., More Power to the People, column, SMH, 4.4.95, for more direct democracy and less power for the 3 professional branches of government, 3pp, in PP 1257.

MCGUINNESS, PADRAIC P., Time to Take Conventional View of the Constitution, 1p clipping, SMH, 4 May 96, in PP 1378/81: 477.

MCGUIRE, MARK, The I.W.W. in Australia, 10pp, 36x, in PP 412, p348.

MCGUIRE, ROBERT A. & VAN COTT, T. NORMAN, Public vs. Private Economic Activity: A New Look at School Bus Transportation, 1986, 12pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

MCGURK, PICKLES, Ozone, 4pp, in ANARCHY SAMPLES, in PP 1258.

MCILHANY, WILLIAM, II, The Tax – Exempt Foundations, Arlington House, 302pp, 1p review only, by TOMMY W. ROGERS: 313. – “…promoting, almost exclusively, socialism at home and world government abroad,…”. In PP 1529-33.

MCILRAITH, SHAUN, Most drug education “a waste” – doctor, 1p, in PP 1395: 79. – Highest rates of drug addiction among doctors and nurses. – If they can’t be sufficiently educated on this, then who can be? – J.Z.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, A Progressive Future for Britain: Self-help not Socialism, 2pp, n.d., 29x, in PP 698.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, Freedom, Law and Morality: A Libertarian-Conservative View, 1986, LA Political Notes, No. 29, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, The Disaster of the Welfare State, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 20, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, The Dynamics of the Market Economy, 1989, 4pp, LA Economic Notes No. 19, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, The Failure of State Money & the Case for Monetary Individualism, 1991, 8pp, with 1p bibliography (LMP offers 124pp), LA Economic Notes No. 35, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCILWAINE, SIMON, The High Price of High Taxation, 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 25, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MCINERNEY, JOHN D., The Holy Ghost of God, 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

MCINERNY, RALPH, Naturalism and Thomistic Ethics, THE THOMIST 49, April 76, 222-242, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p372, headed : Deriving “Ought” from “Is”.

MCINNIS, NOEL, The Tao of Networking, 2pp, incomplete, from THE FUTURIST, June 84, 29x, in PP 928.

MCINTOSH, TRUDI, Why Companies Need to Nurture Human Factor, 1p from THE AUSTRALIAN, Sep. 7, 1993. – On how modern management gradually discovers aspects of self-management. But it has still a long way to go before it comes away from the remaining attitudes of “managing” human beings in the sphere of production and exchange. The better managements manage least and the best possible management manages by not managing at all, having discovered the “TAO” of production & exchange. – J.Z., 11.8.95.

MCINTOSH, TRUDI, Why Companies Need to Nurture Human Factor, 1p, 1993 clipping on modern management, in PP 276.

MCINTOSH,TRUDY, Sun Shines Way for World’s Libraries, clipping, 1p, The Australian, 12 Oct. 95, on digital scanning of books and electronic libraries, in PP 1323: 77.

MCKAY, GEORGE L, Early American Currency, introduced by W.A. Dwiggins, The Typophiles, N.Y., 1944, 85pp, in PP 972.

MCKEE, PATRICK L., The Existence of Natural Rights, THE PHILOSOPHICAL FORUM 7, Fall 76, 44-58, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p374, headed: Does Righteous Anger Imply Rights?

MCKENNA, J.W., Industrial Democracy, 30pp, 29x, in PP 411.

MCKENZIE, RICHARD B., The Neoclassicalists vs. the Austrians: A Partial Reconciliation of Competing Worldviews, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL, Sum. 80, 1-12, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1206, headed: Austrians vs. Neoclassical Methodology.

MCKIE, ROBIN, Copyright on our genes!, 1987 clipping, with note by J. Zube, 1p, 29x in PP 743.

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

MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT J., Socrates on Political Disobedience: A Reply to Gary Young, PHRONESIS, U.K., 21, 1976, 185-197, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p70. Headed: State and Morality.

MCLAUGHRY, JOHN, The Debt Crisis, RESURGENCE, Nov., Dec. 84, 1 1/2 pp, in PP 913.

MCLAY, FARQUAR, Education, an anarchist approach, 9pp, 1983, 29x, in PP 509.

MCLEAN, DONALD M., The Happy Libertarian, 1p, in PP 1311: 30.

MCLEOD, DON, Computer Politics Change Game Rules, 1977, 2pp, on computerization of addresses of conservatives, according to special interests, for successful fund and other appeals. 29x, in PP 388. See under Directories for the still all too incomplete anarchist and libertarian efforts of this kind.

MCLEOD, HENRY DUNNING, The Science of Economics and its Relation to Free Exchange and Socialism, 1894, 46pp, 29x, in PP 371.

MCLEOD, KEN, The Star Fraction, 1995 SF book, pointed out by L.A., London, 1p, in PP 1430/31: V., & in PP 1432/39.

MCMANUS, JOHN F., Subsidies not the Answer, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 264.

MCMASTER, MIKE, A History of Law and Free Market Legal Systems, 11pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

MCNAMARA, TOM, The Greedy Gurus and the False “New” Left, 3pp, in PP 1371/72: 5.

MCNEILL, WILLIAM H., Trends of Scholarship in the Social Sciences, 1980-2000. In: A Rededication to Scholarship: Papers Presented at the Dedication of the New Central Library, University of Cincinnati, ed. by James K. Robinson, U of Cincinnati P, 1980, 35-45, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1776, headed: The Developmental Paradigm of Social Science.

MCNULTY, MARIE, God and Cryonics, 1p:94, in PP 1293/95.

MCPHEE, JOHN, Coming into the Country, 6 pp excerpt from the book, same title, 1977, in PP 1318/1319: 61, 69, 77. They escaped the crowds for a while, in the Alaskan wilderness, but were still crowded by government officials and even crowded out by them. – J.Z.

MCPHERSON, C.B., The Economic Penetration of Political Theory: Some Hypotheses, JOURNAL OF HISTORY OF IDEAS 39, 1978, 101-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p703, headed: How Economics Influences Political Theory.

MCPHERSON, WILLIAM, Environmental Awareness and Corporate Profit: Friends or Foes? 1p, in PP 1234.

MCRAE, KENNETH D., The Plural Society and the Western Political Tradition, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 12, Dec. 79, 675-688, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1111, headed: Tolerance and Cultural Diversity. – Typically, only tolerance for CULTURAL diversity is discussed, not full exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities. Political “scientists”, too are ridden by their models, even to death and towards mass murder. – J.Z.

MCREDMOND, LOUIS, Not to Be Coerced, STUDIES, Spring/Summer 78, 28-39, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p403, headed: Religious Freedom.

MCSHEA, ROBERT J., Human Nature and Ethical Theory, PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH 39, March 79, 386-401, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p880, headed: Human Nature and Ethics.

MCWIRTHER, ROSS, Sport and Politics, 13pp, 55, in PP 1450.

MEAD, WALTER B., A Call for Conceptual Clarification in Value Theory: A Response to Professor Moon, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS 39, 1977, 904-912, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p211. Headed: Ontological Values.

MEAD, WALTER J., The Performance of Government in Energy Regulation, AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, May 79, 352-365, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p784, headed: Government Energy Conservation.

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

MEANDER QUARTERLY, V/1 (May 93); V/2 (Aug. 93); V/3 (Nov. 93); V/4 (Feb.94); V/5 (May94); V/6 (Aug.94); VI/1 (Nov.94); VI/2 (Mar.95); VI/3 (June 95); VI/4 (Sep. 95), 200pp: 16, in PP 1475. – Well, what can you offer in a short newsletter? Letters, hints and news spots and addresses but not set pieces and lengthy and thorough discussions. If each were accompanied by a microfiche with 126 large to 504 small pages, 29x reduced, it would be another matter. But that is one of those topics only very rarely discussed in them. – I can’t afford the cost, time and energy to subscribe, peruse and respond to all such publications. If all of them were preserved and accessible on fiche, disks and online, then they could be gradually supplemented and corrected by others than their original small circles. In some ways they offer more than one to one letter-writing does and in other respects they give even less of a chance, because of their limited number of pages. I wish more anarchists and libertarians would consider the existence and usually short life span of small freedom periodicals, in print on paper, as more of a problem than as a solution to their communication difficulties. Consider e.g. that there may not be a single place in the world with a complete collection of all these publications, although some of them might contain valuable information. Stamp and money collectors treat their collection items more thoroughly and systematically than anarchists and libertarians treat their own writings and ideas and they are, as a rule, not even aware and ashamed of this. Freedom ideas are our greatest assets – and yet how shabbily do we treat them! – What fraction of them is generally known or easily accessible to most freedom advocates? – J.Z., 18.5.98.


MEANS & ENDS, PP 976, 1036.

MEANS OF PAYMENT FOR CLEARING ONLY, PP 372. See Money, Clearing, Monetary Freedom.

MEANS, RUSSELL, Interview, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 59.

MEAT MARKETING, MEAT BOARDS, etc: NORDYKE, LEWIS, Baloney in Beef Controls, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 272.

MECKLING, WILLIAM H. & JENSEN, MICHAEL C., Democracy in Crisis, 1983, 12pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

MECKLING, WILLIAM H., Financial Markets, Default, and Bankruptcy: the Role of the State, LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 41, Autumn 77, 13-38, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p501, headed: Is Bankruptcy Law Bankrupt? – It is bankrupt, anyhow, by making no provision for citizens to drive governments into bankruptcy, recovering for themselves whatever assets remain. Compare PP 19 C. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MEDALEN, CHARLES, State Monopoly Capitalism in Germany: The Hibernia Affair, PAST AND PRESENT 78, Feb. 78, 82-112, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p416, headed: Corporate State Capitalism: Coal.

MEDIA DISTRIBUTION COOP, 1987, 1p hint, in PP 808. – Rather than just another attempt at more efficient distribution of information to the mass media, hoping for coverage by them, I would like to see a widespread distribution and optimal use of alternative media, using e.g. the micrographic option for cheap Reproduction of whatever one likes, making it thus PERMANENTLY accessible upon demand, at the lowest cost & effort so far readily available to almost everybody. The task consists, mostly, not in reaching the masses of disinterested people but, rather, the few who would be interested and who would, sooner or later, act as opinion-makers or become enabled/liberated, to do their own thing. Why duplicate any information beyond that requirement? Whoever wants to be enlightened ONLY through his favourite medium may not deserve any further enlightenment efforts by others. – J.Z.

MEDIA ROOM, THE, Community Access Technology, Jura Books, leaflet, 6pp: 124, in PP 1475.

MEDIA WATCH, July 94, Network for Intellectual Dissent in Australia, IDiA, 27pp. Mainly a reproduction of clippings and of various whistle-blowing efforts, all subjects, not particularly libertarian or anarchistic. Picked up at VISIONS OF FREEDOM, in PP 475.

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

MEDIA? See: PP 633. How can one talk about them and study them and write books about them and run scientific institutes, concerned with them – while completely ignoring the micrographic media? This is done, all the time, almost everywhere, by many people and associations. What they mean is MASS MEDIA and ACCESS to THEM, NOT media which each member of the masses can freely use for his concerns – and can afford to use. Microfiche use, theoretically, could become as widespread as the use of cameras and tape recorders and PCs. And not only libraries have a good motive to save shelving space with microfilms. Few private homes have sufficient space for large private libraries. And they are so hard and costly to move – and to bring into order again after each move. Nor are they portable in any significant selections. They are also almost impossible to duplicate for one’s children, in print on paper, in a way that one can be sure they will take them along, through all their moves, during their lives. So, go fiching – for liberty! Or uses floppies and CD-ROM text issues. But do no longer consider print on paper as a miracle weapon for achieving sufficient enlightenment. – J.Z.

MEDICAL TYRANNY, See: TASSANO, FABIAN, The Power of Life or Death, A Critique of Medical Tyranny, 2pp leaflet for the book, in PP 1334/35: 221.

MEDICINE, See: CAMPAIGN FOR OPENNESS IN MEDICINE, What Doctors Don’t Tell You, petition, 1p, in PP 1334/35: 238.

MEDICINE, See: DORRITY, THOMAS G., H.M.O.’s versus Ethical Medicine, in PP 1064.

MEDICINE, See: PP 721/2, 724, 726, 891, 893, 916, 987, 1014, 1028/29, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 56), 1064, 1107, 1150, see RAFTI-fiche. See CANCER, AIDS, FLUORIDATION, VACCINATION, HEALTH, SOCIALIZED MEDICINE.

MEDICINE, SOCIALIZED, See: PP 895, 1014, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 54), 1064, 1150, see HEALTH.

MEDIEVALISM, See: KROEGER, JUDITH, Medievalism: Mr Lippmann’s old home remedy, 3pp, in PP 1377: 49. – We could do, though, with some of the autonomy then existing for voluntary associations, as well as its armed and trained citizens, standing up for their rights against the kings and feudal lords of their times. – J.Z.

MEDIEVALLISM, See: DAWSON, DAVID J, Let’s leave the Middle Ages behind, 3pp, in PP 1377: 46.

MEDLEY, GEORGE W., Fiscal Federation and Free Trade, 1891, 4pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

MEDLEY, GEORGE W., Taxing Foreign Wheat, 4pp, 1892, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

MEEK, NIGEL, Racism, Collectivism and Social Psychology, 4pp,PSYCHOLOGICAL NOTES No. 12: 107, in PP 1516.

MEEK, NIGEL, Society Does Not Exist (and if it Did it Shouldn’t), 4pp, Political Notes No. 144: 93, in PP 1516. – I hold that only voluntaristic and exterritorially autonomous societies deserve the name “societies” and communities and that territorial States ought not to exist but dissolved, as threats to freedom, justice, peace, progress and prosperity. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.11.98.

MEEKER-LOWRY, SUSAN, The Local Exchange Trading Systems, 1985, 2pp, 29x, in PP 738. – Free banking discussion.

MEGALLI, THEO to SWANN, ROBERT, 3 May 86, 2pp: 99, in PP 1465. – On monetary freedom.

MEGALLI, THEO, Aktuelle Geldexperimente, 18 S.: 8, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

MEGALLI, THEO, Aktuelle Geldexperimente, with notes, illustrations & charts, 13pp, 36x, in PP 736.

MEGALLI, THEO, Alternative Zahlungsmittel, 2. Fassung, 9pp, 1986, 29x, in PP 732.

MEGALLI, THEO, and Fischer Taschenbuch Vertrieb, 86, 1 S., in PP 1323: 22, on RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Die Wirtschaft, A-Z. Ausser Druck u. Neuauflage nicht beabsichtigt, nach einem Verlagsstempel auf diesem Brief. – Wenn immer das geschieht, dann sollte das copyrights des Verlages automatisch erloeschen. – J.Z.

MEGALLI, THEO, Some notes on monetary reform studies & attempts, 6 Aug. 85, to John Zube, & extract of letter to Kurt Zube, 48x, in PP 645.

MEGAZINE BULLETIN, Fanzine Information, from Small Mags Archive, permanently exhibited in De Media, Molenstraat 165, 9000 Eeklo, in Belgium or Holland. Date?, in PP 1323: 57. Back in PP 927 I made a mistake and thus only 2 of these 4 sheets fitted in. Compare FACTSHEET FIVE.

MEGAZINE BULLETIN, of the SMALL MAGS ARCHIVE in DE MEDIA, Netherlands, 4pp, in PP 927.

MEGILL, ALLAN, Foucault, Structuralism, and the Ends of History, JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY 51, Sep. 79, 451-503, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1105, headed: Foucault’s Structuralist History.

MEILAENDER, GILBERT, A Little Monarchy: Hobbes on the Family, THOUGHT 53, Dec. 78, 401-415, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p899, headed: Hobbes and the Politicized Family.

MEIS, HANS, co-author of FOUR LAW DRAFTS (see Beckerath), 97pp, 24x, in PP 40.

MEISELMAN, DAVID I., Are Tax Cuts Inflationary? 3pp, 1981, in PP 1538: 13. – If the central bank keeps churning out the same quantity or even more of forced currency, then less taxes mean less tax foundation for them & thus depreciation. But the main cause would still be the issue monopoly and legal tender for its paper. Without that monopoly and fiat value the paper money of the government would depreciate but stable value reckoning and a monetary economy could go on undisturbed, even though government notes would become more and more valueless and more and more widely refused altogether. They would then have no more power over the economy than has the play money of the game “Monopoly”. – J.Z., 8.1.1999.

MEISELMAN, DAVID I., Economic Policies and Interest Rates: Reconciling Supply-Side, Keynesian, and Monetarist Views, 5pp, in PP 1538: 57. – They have all monetary despotism in common. – J.Z.

MELANOMA: DAYTON, LEIGH, Ray of Hope for Skin Cancer Cure, 96, 1p, in PP 1418: 125. On a genetically engineered vaccine against melanoma. – I have my doubts about genetic decision-making being exclusively in the hands of governments, large corporations or scientists. All their offers should amount to no more than more free choices for self-responsible individuals. – J.Z., 3.10.97. – See: Cancer. – Is there already a site on the Internet for all alternative proposals and methods to treat cancer – and their pro and con? – J.Z., 17.6.99.

MELBOURNE ANARCHIST ARCHIVES, Development of Melbourne Anarchism, Drafts, Documents & Articles, 1973 – 1976, Vol. 2, 80pp, in PP 1371/72: 251. Still hung up on discussing Marxism & communism. See its contents list on sheet 252.

MELDRUM, BILL, MANAGING EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT, based on New Zealand case studies, 87pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.

MELECHINSKY, ANDY, Constitutional Revival, in TC, No. 106, 1982, 1p – No 366 of PP 907-910. (Has anyone his current address? I hate to lose contact with those few who have so far bothered to equip themselves with a microfiche reading machine. Naturally, this still does not mean that they are going to use it or order from LMP. J.Z.)

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

MELISSA, On Anarchism and Education, 2pp: 483, in PP 1484/85.

MELKO, MATHEW, 52 Peaceful Societies, only a 4pp flyer for the book, in PP 890.

MELLA, RICARDO, Some Thoughts on Moral Persuasion, 3pp: 141, in PP 1515.

MELTZER, ALBERT, ANARCHISM, ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST, 41pp, with 2pp of notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 669.

MELTZER, ALBERT, Should We Defend Democratic Rights? 9pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.

MELTZER, ALBERT, The Anarcho Quiz Book, a Simian Publication of BLACK FLAG, organ of the ANARCHIST BLACK CROSS, 1976, 74pp, containing 207 questions and 207 answers, compiled by Albert Meltzer, in PP 1162.

MELTZER, ALBERT, The Origins of Chinese Anarchism (abridged), 13pp, 36x, in PP 412, p204.

MELVILLE, ARABELLA & JOHNSON, COLIN, Pornography: The Thorn in all our Flesh, 2pp, in PP 493. – Who cares – about THAT “thorn”? – J.Z.


MEMORIA del Congreso de Federaciones Locales Celebrade en Paris del 1 al 12 de Mayo de 1945, DICTAMENES, Movimiento Libertario Espanol, C.N.T. en Francia, 56pp, 29x, in PP 877. Supplied by ANTONIIO of JURA BOOKS.

MEMORY HOLE, THE, Home Page, 1p, n.d. , in PP 1538: 205.

MEMORY HOLE, THE, Links to Anarchism and Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP1534: 168.

MEMORY HOLE, THE, No. 7, July – August 1985, 23pp, in PP 998. – Apart from this sample I have only 2 incomplete issues on hand. Memory Holes should be more accessible. – J.Z.

MEMORY HOLE, THE, No. 9, Nov.- Dec. 85, and some pages of No. 10, Jan.- Feb. 86, both, probably incomplete, 42pp, in PP 1418: 51. – Mostly just opinion exchanges among participants. Without contents list, classification and page numbering. – How were these memories to be retrieved from these holes? – By a major and costly mining effort? – J.Z.

MEN AND MONEY, Newsletter of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education, XV/1, August 1990, 27pp, in PP 1240.


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

MENCKEN, H.L., & MONTE, ROBERT RIVES La, MEN versus THE MAN, a correspondence between Robert Rives La Monte, Socialist and H.L. Mencken, Individualist, 1910, 1972, 252pp, 24x, in PP 209.

MENCKEN, H.L., Looks at Public Education, 7pp, Spring 1978 reprint, 29x, in PP 243.

MENCKEN, H.L., Peace through God? or: Self-Thinking & Self-Reliance instead of Faith in a Peace to Be Brought About by Divine Intervention, Solicited by Word-Magic. An extract from his “Prejudices” series, 2pp, 24x, in PP 12.

MENCKEN, H.L., See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Review of: BODE, CARL, compiler, The Young Mencken, 1p: 39, in PP 1468.

MENCKEN, H.L., See: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, H.L. Mencken, Man of Prejudices, 5pp, in PP 1428/29: 412.

MENCKEN, H.L., See: RICHMAN, SHEL, H.L. Mencken, Inspiration for Individualists, 3pp: 595, in PP 1457/62.

MENDE, GEORG, Kant und das Problem des Ewigen Friedens, 1954, 25 S., 29x, in PP 398.

MENDELSOHN, ROBERT, Child Abuse, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 153-157.

MENDELSON, SIMON, Mrs., Compiler, A Complete Checklist of the Publications of Joseph Ishill and his Oriole Press, THE AMERICAN BOOK COLLECTOR, Index Vol. 24, Sep. 73 – August 1974, 24pp, in PP 1316: 90-113.

MENDERSHAUSEN, HORST, Germany 1945-48: Evasion Saves the Day, 1978, CIS, 11pp, 29x, in PP 396.

MENDOZA, VICTOR, What about Criminals? or There May Be a Criminal or two in here, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

MENGER SOCIETY, CARL, THE, London, 1p leaflet on its 1981 conference: The Denationalization of Money, 29x, in PP 738. 1984 leaflet, 1p, 24x, in PP 914.

MENGER, ANTON, Das Recht auf den vollen Arbeitsertrag in geschichtlicher Darstellung, 4. Aufl., 1910, 176 S, in PP 1307: 1- 045. – Der volle Arbeitsertrag kann nur in einem vollstaendig freien Markt annaehernd genug erreicht werden. Der freie Markt muss nicht nur ausserhalb von Betrieben (Gewerbe- und Handelsfreiheit) und ausserhalb von nationalen Grenzen (Freihandel) sondern auch innerhalb von Betrieben eingefuehrt werden, z.B. durch genossenschaftliche Betriebe und offene Genossenschaften, wie von Theodor Hertzka vorgeschlagen. (Theodor Hertzka beschreibt “offene Genossenschaften” in mehreren Buechern als solche, die unbeschraenkt Arbeitswilligen und Arbeitsfaehige, auch Investoren aufnehmen, auch dann, wenn dadurch die Arbeitszeit erheblich herabgesetzt werden muesste – bei beschraenkter Produktionskapazitaet oder Auftraegen. Jeder Produktionsteilnehmer waere nur nach seinen Arbeits- und Kapitalbeitraegen zu beteiligen.) – Mit anderen Worten, die Abschaffung aller gesetzlichen Monopole ist erforderlich. Die Ansicht, dass alle Zinsen, Profite und Renten unverdientes Einkommen auf Kosten der Arbeiter darstellen ist ganz falsch. Ohne sie wuerden die Loehne der Arbeitenden VIEL geringer sein. Ebenso ihre Kaufkraft. Ohne Fundierung ist auch der Glaube an ein “Recht” von anderen das Existenzminimum garantiert zu bekommen. Nur Freiwillige koennen sich vertragsmaessig so etwas zugestehen, so lange sie es sich daraufhin leisten koennen. Siehe die Geschichte der meisten utopischen Kolonien. Leider haben fuer lange Zeit die Anhaenger der freien Marktwirtschaft nicht genuegend dargelegt dass und wie gut ein freier Markt das Recht auf den vollen Arbeitsertrag verwirklichen kann. – Ulrich von Beckerath schaetzte dieses Buch sehr und vertrat die Meinung, dass das Kapital im Wesentlichen nur vorgetane Arbeit darstellt, die auch das Recht hat auf einen gerechten, d.h. freiwillig und vertragsmaessig festgesetzten Arbeitsertrag. Er ergaenzte dieses Recht oder forderte fuer seine Realisierung das Recht des Einzelnen und von Freiwilligengruppen sich selbst Arbeit zu beschaffen, ohne sie anderen wegzunehmen, und dazu alle notwendigen organisatorischen, finanziellen und monetaeren Schritte zu unternehmen und dabei ganz unabhaengig zu sein von Verfassungen, Gesetzen, der Verwaltung und Rechtsprechung. Vergleiche hierzu insbesondere sein Buch: Muss Arbeitsbeschaffung Geld kosten? – und die drei Seiten unten auf Blaettern 123-125. In allen seinen Geldfreiheitsschriften beschreibt er wie die Geldfreiheit das Absatzproblem fuer Gueter und Dienstleistungen beseitigen wuerde. – Vergleiche zu Menger’s Werk auch die sehr lange Einleitung der englischen Ausgabe. – J.Z., 21. Jan. 96.

MENGER, ANTON, The Right to the Whole Produce of Labour, The Origin and Development of the Theory of Labour’s Claim to the whole Product of Industry. Translated by M.E. Tanner, 1899, 1962, 189 pp, in PP 1308: 29 – 74. – The main error of the Socialist School is already revealed by this translation. The translator believed labour to be entitled to the whole produce of industry. Rightly it is entitled only to the whole product of ITS industry. And that ought to be measured by free market pricing and corresponding private and cooperative contracts, increasing and extending production and innovation incentives for the individual, rather than diminishing them and not at all via socialistic or cooperative dogmas or utopian prescriptions – except among voluntary victims. The dogmas were so strongly FELT, not thought through and criticized and amended, that all too many socialists arrived not at voluntary and cooperative socialism, that has much in common and might even be considered as identical with the best of free enterprise capitalism and self-management practices, organizations and methods and property incentives, but, instead, at nationalization, bureaucratization, the command economy and Welfare Statism. Menger and Foxwell, although sympathizing with the socialists, do show where and why they went wrong with their premises, “factual” observations, dogmas and conclusions. The book contains many hints of interest to monetary freedom advocates. – Here the error lies probably more in the title and with the translator than with Anton Menger’s work. – J.Z.

MENGER, CARL, Grundsaetze der Volkswirtschaftslehre, 1. Auflage, Wien, 1871, 295 S. Carl Mengers ZUSAETZE ZU ‘GRUNDSAETZE DER VOLKSWIRTSCHAFTSLEHRE’, Tokio, 1961, herausgegeben von Emil Kauder, in PP 978 & 979, sheets 99-203.

MENGER, CARL, Grundsaetze der Volkswirtschaftslehre, 2. Auflage, mit einem Geleitwort von Richard Schueller, aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben von Karl Menger, 1923, 361 S., in PP 996. (Has this 2nd. edition ever been translated into English? J.Z.)

MENGER, CARL, On the Origin of Money, translated by Caroline A. Foley, EJ, 1892, 17pp, in PP 1,020.

MENGER, CARL, See: SMART, WILLIAM, An Introduction to the Theory of Value, on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Boehm-Bawerk, 1891, 1910, 1914, 1920, 1923, 1926, 1966, 114pp, indexed, in PP 1243/44.

MENGER, CARL, Untersuchungen ueber die Methode der Sozial-wissenschaften und der politischen Oekonomie insbesondere, Leipzig, 1883, 324 S., in PP 981.


MERCANTILE LIBRARY, Cincinnati, 2pp leaflet one of the few private libraries left, that are accessible to the public, in PP 1127/1128. 5pp, in PP 1271.

MERCANTILISM, THE NEW, PP 694, 1052-61 (LA Pamphlet 1).

MERCATOR, Grenzen sind ein dummer Witz… sagt Bevin, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p42. – Aus them Territorialstaat kann man “keinen Staat machen”. – J.Z., 24.11.95.

MERCENARIES, See: BAKER, ROBERT P., The Mercenary “Menace”, 3pp, in PP 274.

MERCENARIES, See: MICKLETHWAITE, BRIAN, In Praise of Mercenaries, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 100. – See: PP 696.

MERCHANT BANKS, survey from Crawford’s Directory, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

MERCIER DE LA RIVIERE, L’ordre naturel et essentiel des societes politiques 445.

MERCIER DE LA RIVIERE, Notice sur la vie et les travaux de MERCIER DE LA RIVIERE, in PP 1352/54: 429. Observations de l’editeur: 436.

MERCIER DE LA RIVIERE, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.


MERCURY, THE, Charlottesville, An international magazine devoted to promoting a philosophy of individual freedom and tolerance throughout the world. Publisher: Roger MacBride, Chief Editor: Vince Miller. All issues, I/1, Nov. 78 – II/6, Dec. 80, 868pp: 1-290, in PP 1506/07.

MERCURY, THE, international digest, letter of Aug. 28, 1980 by Vince Miller, with appeal for help by J.Z., to get all issues out on microfiche, 1p, in PP 861.

MEREDITH, HELEN, in THE AUTRALIAN, 18 Aug. 87, article on an electronic book development, 1p, in PP 907-910.


MERGERS, See: SHORTT, BRUCE NEVIN, Are Mergers Victimless Crimes? Is Big Bad? 1p, in PP 279: 121. – See also PP 724. – I hold that citizens should make a merger & take-over bid for all remaining assets in government hands, to get them finally under their own control and management, in a capitalistic or cooperative way, as they please, within their own voluntary and autonomous associations. The government is certainly under- performing and wasting many of OUR remaining public assets. Piecemeal privatization does not help much and rather puts more money into the hands of bureaucrats and politicians than our own. The government is our greatest debtor – and one that does not pay us, in balance, but rather taxes us, on and on, more and more, while holding on and continuing to mismanage huge public assets. How can we put up with it? How can we stop it? See PP 19C. In such a merger, if well planned and run, governments could come to disappear – for all but voluntary statists. – As it is, we are all more or less and INVOLUNTARILY merged with numerous government “anti-enterprises”. – A citizen-run take-over bid, for the assets now controlled by bureaucrats and politicians, could bring every Australian ca. $1 million in certified and transferable assets. – And still they remain apathetic towards this option. Not enough imagination! – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MERIT PAY, See: ANDERSEN, RICHARD, Merit Pay: Not the Answer, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1337.

MERKLE, RALPH C., Cryonics, Cryptography, and Maximum Likelihood Estimation, 8pp: 521, in PP 1293/95.

MERLINO, SAVERIO, Was ist Anarchie? 1 S., in PP 1322: 56, aus: “Manifest”.

MERNICK, ROBERT, Can New-Agers Create New-Money? 1p, on Borsodi’s system, in PP 1386/91: 185.

MERRILL, JOHN C., The Press and the People’s Right to Know, 3pp: 45, in PP 1529- 33. – Some people want to know much more than the mass media of the “free press” are prepared to offer them. – J.Z.

MERRIMAN, FRANK, Speech, 18.2.1909, on Free Trade, 6pp, 29x, in PP 568.

MERTENS, GEORG, Die Zahlungsmittelversorgung in militaerisch besetzten Gebieten, 6pp. Seminararbeit, 29x, in PP 532.

MESLIER, JEAN, Superstition in All Ages, review by GEORGE H. SMITH, 1p: 52, in PP 1468.


MESSER, MAX, John Henry Mackay, in NEUE DEUTSCHE RUNDSCHAU, Jhg. 1897, S. 306-321, in PP 1328: 68.

MESSER, MAX, MAX STIRNER, 1907, 72 S., 24x, in PP 328.

MESTRE, ACHILLE & JAMES, EMILE, La Clause – Or, en droit francais, 1926, 176pp, in PP 25. This may also be considered as a history of monetary despotism, and especially of “legal tender” in France. With a recommendation by Ulrich von Beckerath. As far as the possession of gold and gold clauses are involved, the French seem to have preserved their rights, officially or unofficially, better than most other poeple. Alas, they, too, are still very far from being monetarily fully emancipated, even if at first only in their minds. – J.Z.

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

META-INFORMATION, Vol. I, by Andre Spies, PP 580.

METALLIC CONVERTIBILITY by the issuer, see Redemptionism.

METALLO, MICHAEL V., American Missionaries, Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese Revolution, PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW 47, May 78, 261-282, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p801, headed: Pietistic vs. Pragmatic Foreign Policy.


METCALF, JACK, Senator, Honest Money for America, 2pp leaflet, 1987, in PP 791.



METHVIN, EUGENE H., The Rise of Radicalism, review by GEORGE H. SMITH, 1p: 43, in PP 1468.


METZGER, PETER, Dr., The Coercive Utopians, 1978/79, 8pp, in PP 1117.

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

MEULEN, HENRY & RITTERSHAUSEN, H., correspondence, 1950 -73, incomplete, 19pp, in PP 798.

MEULEN, HENRY & SAGEHORN, ROBERT, Some of their correspondence, 1968-78, 29pp, in PP 791.

MEULEN, HENRY & THE GRAMERCY HERALD & THE GOLD BUG, Gold Standard or Free Banking? 1p: 55, in PP 501.

MEULEN, HENRY & ZUBE, JOHN, some correspondence, 15pp, in PP 796, 6pp in PP 797, 4pp in PP 798.

MEULEN, HENRY, A Fabian on Banking Reform, criticizing a Fabian Tract by a Mr. Pease but shedding not enough light on the subject, either, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

MEULEN, HENRY, As seen by KEVIN DOWD, 818.

MEULEN, HENRY, Banking and the Social Problem, 1909, 16pp, 24x, in PP 320, 36x, in PP 561.

MEULEN, HENRY, Correspondence with John Zube, on human rights, 37pp, 48x, in PP 589/590.

MEULEN, HENRY, Free Banking ideas criticized by U.v.Beckerath, 6pp in PP 350-354, 561.

MEULEN, HENRY, Free Banking, a short statement of a policy of individualism, 15pp, 24x, in PP 45, 36x, in PP 561.

MEULEN, HENRY, Free Banking, an outline of a policy of individualism, 1934 revised edition (formerly published 1917, entitled: Industrial Justice through Banking Reform), indexed, 429pp, in PP 796. With a warning against this book by Ulrich von Beckerath, 7 April 1968, my own index notes to this book and appeals to help me in getting Meulen’s case, all his relevant correspondence, all his and previous issues of THE INDIVIDUALIST, LONDON, complete at least on microfilm. PP 796.

MEULEN, HENRY, Henry Meulen speaking or: Peace through Enlightenment on Individualism, 6pp, edited by John Zube, 24x, in PP 12. – Most of his books ended up in the hands of GOVERNMENT librarians & he destroyed most of his correspondence! To that extent he was still a statist and self-destructive. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MEULEN, HENRY, Index to THE INDIVIDUALIST, 1937-76, with some additions by John Zube, in PP 561.

MEULEN, HENRY, Individualist Anarchism, 1949, 16pp, 24x, in PP 45, 36x, in PP 561.

MEULEN, HENRY, Land to the User, PP 5.

MEULEN, HENRY, Le Monde Bilingue or IDO? 1p, 24x in PP 6.

MEULEN, HENRY, List of subscribers to his THE INDIVIDUALIST, 4pp, 29x in PP 389.

MEULEN, HENRY, Monetary Freedom Views, reviewed by Robert Sagehorn, in WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, Winter 1976/77, 28pp, 24x, in PP 350-354.

MEULEN, HENRY, Monetary Reform Proposals, 2pp, 24x, in PP 45.

MEULEN, HENRY, On the bank rate, in THE FREE TRADER, Jan.-Feb.52, 1p, in PP 803.

MEULEN, HENRY, Plebiscites concerning National Sovereignty, 1p, 29x, in PP 1&2.

MEULEN, HENRY, PP 12, 350/54, 561, 727, 791, 796, 798, see FREE BANKING, INDIVIDUALIST, THE, London.

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

MEXICAN REVOLUTION, See: CLEYRE, VOLTAIRINE DE, The Mexican Revolution, 6pp, in PP 1359. – See: PP 1155.

MEXIKANISCHE REVOLUTION, 1910 – 1920, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 20, 45 S.: SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, Die Mexikanische Revolution – Eine Historische Skizze, 20 S., & POOLE, DAVID, Ricardo Flores Magon u. die Mexikanische Revolution, 14 S., & MAGON, RICARDO FLORES & RIVERA, LIBRADO, Manifest an die Anarchisten u. Arbeiter der Welt, 4 S., in PP 1155.

MEYER, FRANK S., The Moulding of Communists, reviewed by Rothbard, PP 984.


MEYERS KONVERSATIONS=LEXIKON, 1874, Banken, Wesen, Zweck und Wirkungskreis, 48 S., Papiergeld, 1 S, 29x, in PP 737.

MEYERS, ARLENE, The Anarchist Movement, Dead or Alive? 4pp, in PP 1371/72: 9.

MEYERS, BILL, Ecology and Anarcho – Syndicalism, 5pp, in PP 1258.

MEYERS, DAVID MICHAEL, The Three-Dimensional Politico-Economic Spectrum, 4pp: 717, in PP 1457/62. – See: Classification Schemes.

MEYERS, JACK, Nation watches city’s animal protection proposals, 1p, in PP 1,001.

MIC: MICRO INFORMATION CONCEPTS, some of their 1984 introductory leaflets, catalogues, letters and offers, 69pp, 48x, in PP 647. – It is defunct, possibly because it was over-optimistic and had spent too much on fruitless advertising. What happened to its collection? – J.Z.

MICHAEL, PATRICK, Review of Ragnar Redbeard, Might Is Right, 2pp, in PP 1113.

MICHAELS, PAUl, And What if it Really Does Work? (Cryonics), 93, 6pp: 281, in PP 1293/95.


MICHELS, ROBERT, Dr., Der italienische Zweig der Internationale, 1910, 11 S., 29x, in PP 349.

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

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, 5,000,000,000 good reasons to donate a monthly standing order to the L.A., 1p: 115, in PP 1487. – The L.A. should offer its output, in alternative and affordable media, as a growing libertarian encyclopaedia and charge a subscription for its annual supplements. – Moreover, it should include alphabetized leaflets and essays from other libertarian sources, making such a Freedom Encyclopaedia a project for all libertarian groups and individuals. On paper this would be too expensive. At least it is now putting all its output on the Internet. – J.Z., 17.6.99.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Against Arts Subsidies, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 131.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Against Arts Subsidies, LA Cultural Notes No. 2, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Against Charity: Charity, Favours, Trade & the Welfare State, 1992, 7pp, LA Economic Notes No. 40, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Anarchy versus Anarcho-Capitalism, LA Political Notes, No. 4, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Another Attack on the Rent Acts, 1991, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 60, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Arguing about the Welfare State: A Radio Confrontation with Professor Peter Townsend, July 17th, 1996, POLITICAL NOTES No. 130, 2pp: 73, in PP 1487.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Art in the Market-Place, 1996, 1p: 30, in PP1516.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Becoming Famous, 36pp, in PP 1135.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Clone On! The Nature-Nurture Controversy and how Human Cloning Will Illuminate it, 2pp, SCIENTIFIC NOTES No.12: 113, in PP 1516.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Collapse of the Welfare State, The, LA Economic Notes No. 3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Comrade Blimp, LA Cultural Notes, No. 7, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Design As Outcome, 1988, 6pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Doing Something about Unemployment, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 62.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Doing Something About Unemployment, LA Political Notes, No. 6, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Ferrari Refutes the Decline of the West and so do Classical Compact Disks, 1990, 4pp, LA Cultural Notes, No. 20, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Footnotes, … supplying complete…., LA Tactical Notes, 1992, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 11, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (I would like to have the time and energy for this. As it is, the usefulness of footnotes would anyhow be largely confined to one’s reading opportunities, to the extent that they are used and one wants to made use of a reference. These are still all too limited. Full texts of all relevant articles are still not accessible, nor are full bibliographies compiled or indexes, complete files of ideas, definitions and refutations. And if they were easily accessible to all, then adding references to one’s inevitably limited reading could be anyhow avoided. One’s reference list would look painfully small compared with the total listing. One would then rather concentrate on as much innovative thinking as possible, for which there are as yet no references. Moreover, should one hide behind authority figures? Or should one merely strive for the appearance of a well researched scientific paper? Should one merely appeal to those who would be impressed by authority figures agreeing with one’s views? Many academics like to play that game. I was never very much impressed by it. Rather than having a single article somehow cross referenced, I would like to see many steps taken towards having e.g. all freedom knowledge totally cross-referenced. J.Z., 11.2.93.)

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Freedom, Order and Architecture, 1983, LA Cultural Notes, No.3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Gay & Lesbian Rights: Property Is Better than Politics, 1992, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 69, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Getting to the Political Parties, LA Political Notes, No. 12, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, How & How Not to Demonopolize Medicine, 1991, 7pp, LA Political Notes No. 56, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, How and how not to Achieve Good Taste in Advertising. Free Market Regulation Is Better than Government Regulation, 92, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 83.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, How to Be Successful, 1984, 21pp, 29x, in PP 697.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, How to Win the Libertarian Argument, 1990, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Imperialism for Sale? 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 143.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Imperialism for Sale? LA Foreign Policy Perspectives, No. 2, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Liberty versus Democracy, LA Political Notes, No. 5, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Moralizing in Demoralized Times: Why it works to publish lots of pamphlets defending the rights of sexual deviants, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, On the Harm done by “Look-and-Say”: A Reaction to Bonnie Macmillan’s Why Schoolchildren Can’t Read, 4pp, EDUCATIONAL NOTES No. 29: 65, in PP 1516.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, On Why Millionaires Make Better Art Patrons than the Government, 2pp, CULTURAL NOTES No. 39: 5, in PP 1487.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Peace Movement, The Real? 2pp, 29x, in PP 698.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, People – not the Government – Should Decide what Marriage Means, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 187. – Not THE people, but, rather, each couple or group for itself! Free choice of contracts, here, too. But they should be held to their responsibilities for their children, unless they contract other arrangements for them – within THEIR voluntary communities! – J.Z.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Praise of Mercenaries, In, LA Political Notes, No. 11, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Preaching to the Unconverted, LA Political Notes, No. 8, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Publish or Be Damned, 1988, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Publishing without Perishing, 1990, 7pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Rights and Consequences, Property and Politics: What Libertarians Agree about and Disagree about, POLITICAL NOTES No. 134, 4pp: 77, in PP 1487.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Shifting Centre, The, LA Political Notes, No. 3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Some Advice to Czecho-Slovakia about how to Do Capitalism, 1992, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 45, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – I would say start with laissez faire in money and with all other presently monopolized government services, but only for volunteers. Full exterritorial autonomy for their experiments and freedom of action. That would also solve the minority problems, which have already led there and elsewhere to many armed clashes. And the realization of this and all other tolerant ideals is simple: Permit individual secession and re-association. See the On Panarchy series. A whole country, i.e. its whole population, cannot be enlightened at once but one should clearly give the ultimate go-ahead to all creative people already somewhat enlightened, in a way that does not directly provoke and threaten the reactionaries, the traditionalists and others, like “progressive radicals”, who would want to remain to live and suffer under the present or their self-chosen systems. That means, fully free enterprise in everything – at the own expense and risk but only for those who want it, and to the extent that they want it. We do not prescribe a uniform scientific, technological, cultural or religious constitution, law, policy, administration or jurisdiction upon all, no matter how progressive it might objectively be. Why continue to insist on such a traditional idiocy in politics and economics? Not even any degree of freedom should be imposed upon dissenters – as far as their own relationships are concerned. Even in the West abuses are still blamed on supposedly too much liberty. That will occur much more so, for some time to come, in the East. Softly does it. Even among self-professed libertarians and anarchists some degrees of enlightenment are very hard to spread. Let each dance to the music he hears, with his chosen partners. However, I do welcome any freedom programmes for other countries, however belatedly they are supplied, but especially those which do not insist on the continuance of any territorial frontiers. For freedom lovers their decisive borders should be their own skins and those of others. There should have been many such programmes proposed, for Czecho-Slovakia and other countries, at least since 1938 and a much greater interest should have been shown for the varied victims than that expressed merely by conventional anti-communism, which “intellectually” and militarily wanted to “resist” or “liberate” with nuclear weapons and thus drove many of the victims into the arms of their very oppressors. J.Z., 11.2.93. – If I could not add some comments, this listing would be too boring for me and possibly for most of my few readers, too. – J.Z., 8.1.94. If you want to add comments, to my listing or on LMP fiche, please do so. – Talking amd writing about freedom and reading and publishing freedom texts, cheaply and permanently on alternative media is, probably, at present the most important important freedom ACTION required of all of us. – J.Z., 17.6.99.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Strategies that Will WIN, Anti-Soviet Society, 2pp, 29x on PP 698.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Taking Free Market Defence Seriously, 1987, 12pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – For decades I thought that Ulrich von Beckerath and myself were almost the only ones who did. Compare especially PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The End of the Cold War & the New European & British Disunionism, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 29.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Fixed Quantity of Wealth Fallacy, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Libertarianism of CHARLES MURRAY: An Appreciation, POLITICAL NOTES No. 138, 2pp: 87, in PP 1487.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Magic of a Price Rise, 1991, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 36, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Rule of Law in Britain: Some Editorial Thoughts on why it Is Threatened and how to Rescue it, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Top Rate of Income Tax Should Be Cut to Zero, 95, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 11.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Toughies: A Hayekian Analysis of the Hayekians, 7pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Tyranny of THE FACTS, 1990, 4pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, There Should be MORE ADVERTISING, 1984, LA Libertarian Reprints, No.11, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, vs. PLAT, STEVE, Who’s Right? The Libertarian Debate, leaflet for 6 seminars, year? 1p, in PP 1334 /35: 230.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, What the Success Books Say, 1992, 4pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. See Slogans for Liberty, entry: Success.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why “Drugs” Should Be Legalized, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 133.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why Guns Should not Be Illegal, 95, 2p, in PP 1334/35: 161. – Those in the hands of territorial nation States, violent criminals, mental cases, drug addicts and of all organizations suppressing individual rights, should be illegal or outlawed, by rights. Only genuine individual rights are associated with the authority to enforce them. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why I Call myself a Free Market Anarchist & Why I Am One, LA Political Notes No. 67, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why I Support the Contras, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864. – I support SOME of their aims and disagree with SOME of their methods, as I do for most other and somewhat genuine freedom fighters. – J.Z.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why Outlawing Pornography Might Increase the Number of Sex Crimes, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 131.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why the Conservative Party Must Oppose Tax – And – Spend and the European Union – or Die, POLITICAL NOTES No. 140, 2pp: 91, in PP 1487.

MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why the Government Should Stop Harrassing the Tobacco Trade, 6pp, 29x, in PP 697.

MICKLETHWAITE, BRIAN, In Praise of Mercenaries, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 100.

MICKLETHWAITE, BRIAN, On the Intended Consequences of State Welfare and of Business: Now Is the Time to Take the Moral Offensive, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 197.

MICRO INFORMATION CONCEPTS, MIC, advertisement for its microfiched edition of ASTOUNDING & ANALOG, in ANALOG 5/85. -Which firm is MIC’s successor and heir? Who knows? J.Z.11/98.

MICROFICHE FOR YOU, PP 637. Never Could so Few do so Much with so Little for so Many or: Am I just raving on about my hobby-horse: LMP? 2pp in PP 668. MICROFICHE COLUMNS & ROWS that are possible at various reduction rates, PP 685. Prior catalogs e.g. in PP 647, 759, 868, 1022. Advice on reading machines: PP 649. See also Koman’s fiche, Publish Your Own Book, for under $ 50, available from LMP, for $ 1, while my stock lasts. LMP Money pamphlet, a 24 pp introduction, PP 22 & 736. LMP & CIS compared, PP 685. LMP and Harper & Row compared, PP 685. Some introductory notes, PP 27-28. German introduction, PP 401. Contents listings from each issue, for up to 758 in 760/65. Listing by numbers to PP 1157 in PP 1172/73.

MICROFICHE READING MACHINE “CRISIS 10” OR “M-100”, short description of the smallest, cheapest and yet somewhat useful microfiche viewer, for quarter-sized microfiche, 1p, 24x, in PP 922.

MICROFICHE READING MACHINES, cheap and home built, see LIVING FREE, for Jim Stumm’s design, on pages 348/9 in PP 708, and the article under YOB, PARRY C., from PHOTOGRAPHIC, U.S.A., Nov. 75, reproduced in PP 907-910.


MICROFICHE READING MACHINES, small and portable, I found interesting, useful or excellent, by John Zube, 1986, 147 pp, 36x, in PP 649.

MICROFICHE READING MACHINES, USED, SYDNEY SUPPLIERS, Oct. 89, 6 addresses, page 365 in PP 907-910. – I seek addresses of such suppliers in all cities. J.Z. – In 1992 correspondents Hilmantel & Olah gave me 2 such hints : 1) Ken Myers, 715 Forest Way, San Antonio, TX 78 240, (512) 681-1709 : inexpensive readers. 2) C & H Sales, 2176 E Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91107, (818) 796-26-28. Readers from $ 35-50. I would love to film dozens of pages of such hints. Any major city, in the somewhat developed world, if one rung up all its migrographic agencies, could probably offer half a dozen such sources. – J.Z.

MICROFICHE, See: PP 29, 647, 649, 807, 808, 907-910, Comparison with CONSERVATORY OF AMERICAN LETTERS: 915,


MICROFILMING FOR FREEDOM LOVERS, An A-Z Compilation of Facts, Opinions and Proposals. Short first version in 907/10. (Remains to be integrated with 2 other such files and expanded, perhaps into a book. J.Z.)

MICROFILMING INFORMATION, on reading and publishing, a compilation of papers, articles, letters, leaflets, lists etc., by John Zube, partly 29x, partly 48x, depending on print-size, 134 contributions, 443pp, in PP 707/708. Also in PP 907 – 910.


MICROFORM INTERNATIONAL MARKETING CORPORATION, a leaflet, 1p, 29x, in PP 367 & 426. I have not got a single sale through that international corporation as yet, or through any other that I was in touch with as far as I can remember. If I could outdo large corporations in this respect, many other individuals and small cooperative and partnership groups could, too, in many if not all respects. – J.Z.

MICROFORMAT SYSTEMS, 2pp on its conversion offer from roll film to fiche, in PP 907-910.


MICROGRAPHICS, See: NEGUS, JOHN, Microfilm’s “Magic Roundabout”, THE MICROGRAPHICS MARKETPLACE, March/April 95, 1p, in PP 1259.

MICROPATROLOGICAL SOCIETY of Christopher Martin, letter by J.Zube, enquiring in vain on its and his fate, May 14,87. (Has anyone information on either? It was an attempt to confederate the mini-states and individual secessionists and more attempts like this should be made. J.Z.) 1p, 29x, in PP 689.

MICROSOFT, prospectus of its FICHETTE projector type of microfiche reading machine, 12pp, 24x, in PP 29.

MICROWAVE NEWS, VIII/5, Sep./Oct. 1988, IX/2, March/April 1989, IX/6, Nov./DEc. 1989, 64pp, in PP 1,016.

MIDDELMANN, RAOUL F., Dr., CREDIT FONCIER, A Challenge to Existing Australian Practices of Long-Term Financing of Building Construction, 1971, 16pp, in PP 818.


MIDDLE AGES, See: DAWSON, DAVID J, Let’s leave the Middle Ages behind, 3pp, in PP 1377: 46. – KROEGER, JUDITH, Medievalism: Mr Lippmann’s old home remedy, 3pp, in PP 1377: 49.

MIDDLE CLASS, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Endangered Middle Class. Why millions of Americans are on the verge of bankruptcy despite a booming economy, 6pp, Dec. 97: 52, in PP 1504.

MIDDLE EAST, Freedom & Justice, PP 290, 1005, 1017, struggles: 1020. See On Panarchy, Personal Law, Individual Secessionism, Millet System.

MIDDLE EAST, See: HUMMELL, JEFF, & SMITH, L. NEIL, Libertarians View MIDEAST crisis, 1p each, 1980, in PP 1378/81: 308.

MIDDLE EAST, See: RAND, AYN, Rand on the Middle East, 1/2p account from ERGO, in PP 1312/1314: 111.

MIDDLE EAST, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Hands Off the Middle East! 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 89. – But study its history of personal law, capitulations, consular jurisdiction, millets, djemmas or local minority autonomy for religious communities, revive and expand this tradition – at least in your peace programmes. – J.Z.

MIDDLE EAST, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Reflections on the Middle East, 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 121. Alas, he discusses only the difficulties of territorial statism, not the solution of exterritorial autonomy for all parties. – J.Z.

MIDDLE EAST, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Middle East, 1/2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 100.

MIDDLE EAST, See: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Terrorism & Mideast Policy, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 71. – Terrorism is tied to territorialism & would tend to die out with it. But this aspect of terrorism is almost never discussed by the anti-terrorists or the terrorists and those who sympathize with them. So many of the most important topics are generally avoided, even by those who consider themselves to be “radicals”. – J.Z.

MIDDLETON, E.P. review, A Time for Truth, by William E. Simon, 5pp, 1980, 29x, in PP 631.

MIDDLETON, E.P., Alternative Revenue, 1983, 17pp, 29x, in PP 528.

MIDDLETON, E.P., The Great Australian Myth of Home Ownership, 1983, 12pp, 29x, in PP 528.

MIDDLETON, E.P., Towards the Free Society, an essay in economic philosophy, 1979, indexed, 189pp, 29x, in PP 528.

MIDNIGHT ECONOMIST, The Radio Scripts of William R. Allen, Oct/Nov. 90 sample, only one on hand, 6pp, in PP 1139. What fraction is reached by midnight broadcasts or small newsletters? Broadcasts are even more temporary media than newspapers and weekly magazines are. How much more fruitful could a central or networked information service be, which supplied only wanted and specific information, on microfiche, on disks, on line, on telephone, on audio or video tape, on fax, on photocopies, in computer print-outs, as cheaply as the medium would allow? Do we have a real market for ideas, arguments, facts and talents until such an information centre or network is established? Compare PP 182 and 20/21. – J.Z.



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

MIELORDT, SVEN, New-Age Technologien. Kostenlose Energie aus dem Nichts?! 2 S., 36x, in PP 736.

MIELORDT, SVEN, Supplementary Material to his book Tachyonen-energie, Hyperenergie, Antigravitation, mostly in German, 51pp, 29x, in PP 691.

MIELORDT, SVEN, Tachyonenenergie, Hyperenergie, Antigravitation, 1984, 572pp, mostly in German, partly in English, especially the patent descriptions, 29x, PP 692/693. – Too much was promised, based upon a fraudulent “scientific” report, whose fraudulence S.M. discovered too late. – But this survey is still interesting to some. Unfortunately, the quality of some of the photocopies that he used here leaves much to be desired. – J.Z.

MIESES, STANLEY, The Blaring of the Zines, 1989, 1p, on alternative small presses, as represented by FACTSHEET FIVE, in PP 1158. I have not yet seen a sample under the new editorship, J.Z.


MIKROFILM: Lexikon in der Westentasche, kurze Notiz ueber eine zwanzigbaendige Encyclopaedie, auf 150 Mikrofiche reduziert wurde. IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 302. Man muss nicht nur eine gute Idee lesen sondern auch willig sein, sie auf seinem Gebiet anzuwenden! – J.Z., 8.6.96.

MIKSCH, LEONARD, Die Geldschoepfung in der Gleichgewichtstheorie, 1949, 23pp, 29x, in PP 731. (With Rittershausen, Milhaud, Holzhauer, Munzer, Zander, Best, Klein & Hayek, an early academic forerunner for free banking, in the 20th. century. – J.Z.)

MILCHMAN, ALAN, D.F. Fleming on “The Origin of the Cold War”, 20pp, in PP 984.

MILES, PERRY & ANDERSON, JACK, 10 human rights points from their 1971 work: A Constitution for a Moral Government, 48x, in PP 589/590. – I want to get in touch with them but so far asked dozens of libertarians in vain. – J.Z. See: ANDERSON, JACK.

MILGRAM, STANLEY, Obedience to Authority, 1p review by BARBARA BRANDEN, in PP 1367/68: 121.

MILHAUD SYSTEM, PP 9, 10, 11, 347-348, 665.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., A GOLD TRUCE. A Constructive Plan for the Revival of International Trade, 1933, 153pp, 36x, in PP 299.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Der Internationale Kompensationsscheck, Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, 13. Jahrgang, Heft 2, Maerz-Dezember 1937, 317 S., in PP 973.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Eine Technik und eine Lehre von den zur Verrechnung dienenden Zahlungsmitteln, 2 S. aus: “Moyen de paiement de caractere compensatoire”, Paris, 1938, IX, in denen er die Arbeiten von Beckerath, Rittershausen & Zander wuerdigt: 32, in PP 1455, 3 S., 29x, in PP 372. – Free banking discussion.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Gleichzeitige Schaffung von Arbeitsgelegenheit sowie Abstatzmoeglichkeiten und internationales Clearing, 1934, 12 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Goldburgfriede und Internationales Clearing. Plan fuer die Wiederherstellung des internationalen Handels, Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, 9. Jahrgang, Heft 1, Januar/Mai 1933, 171 S., 24x, PP 360.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., La Compensation Organisee, Une Idee en Marche, 1935, 322pp, in PP 745.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Le Cheque-Compensation International Devant L’Opinion, 1936, 301pp, 29x, in PP 658.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Nouveau Travail, Nouveaux Debouches, Avant-Propos, Les Annales de L’Economie Collective, 7-12/1933, 4pp, 29x, in PP 665.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Organisation des Echanges et Creation de Travail, 1934, 404pp, with contributions by Beckerath, Zander, Rittershausen, Kuettel, Heilperin etc., 29x, in PP 744.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Organized Compensatory Trading, 1936, 1968, 305pp, 29x, in PP 770.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Postscript. The Compensation Problem before the Assembly of the League of Nations, 9pp, 36x, in PP 769.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Simultaneous Provision of Employment and of Markets and an International Clearing System. Progress of the Movement, 68pp, 36x, in PP 769.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Un Projet d’Action Immediate Contre le Chomage et Contre la Crise, Les Annales de l’Economie Collective, 7-12/1933, 25pp, 29x, in PP 665.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Werden die massgebenden Stellen uns endlich hoeren? 1934, 6 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Will Governments Heed our Proposals at last? 1934, 6pp, 36x, in PP 769. – Without a proper market for ideas and talents few, or not enough, will listen to them. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MILHAUD, EDGARD, Prof., Zahlungsverkehr, Einkaufsscheine und Arbeitsbeschaffung, Annalen der Gemeinwirtschaft, Heft 1, Januar/Juli 1934, Herausgeber: Edgard Milhaud, 312 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

MILITARISM, MICHALOS, ALEX, Militarism, review in PP 930.

MILITARY DISOBEDIENCE, PP 16-18, 61-63, 428ff: p 2101, MILITARY EXPORTS, PP 1034.




MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX: ERNSBERGER, DON, Historical and Ideological Aspects of the Military – Industrial Complex, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 89.


MILITIA WATCHDOG LINKS PAGE, 16pp, in PP1534: 149. – Apparently, compiled by leftist and statist critics to whom some abusers of the militia ideal have given, unfortunately, all too many reasons to complain. – J.Z. 149

MILITIA, Financing, Some Remarks on the Financing of the Warfare of an Ideal Militia, PP 61-63.

MILITIA, For the Protection of Human Rights, PP 1 & 2, 16-18, 61-63, 356, 369, 643, 1019, 1070, 1072, 1077/8, 1153, see also under ON PANARCHY & HUMAN RIGHTS, GUN CONTROL, SWITZERLAND.

MILITIA, Historical Model for the Organization of an International Militia or Police Force, quoting Macaulay on Cromwell’s “Ironsides”, PP 1 & 2.

MILITIA, Organization of Militias for the protection of human rights and the establishment of world peace – and their conduct and programme in war and peace, 73pp, 1962, in PP 61-63. See also under Defence.

MILITIA, See: BOCKLET, RICHARD, The Swiss Militia, from RIFLE 87, May-June 83, 4pp, in PP 1078.

MILITIA, See: CASTLEMAN, HARVEY N., The Bald Knobbers. The Story of the Lawless Night-Riders who Ruled Southern Missouri, 1944, 29pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219. – A primitive militia that soon turned bad.

MILITIA, See: CASTLEMAN, HARVEY N., The Texas Rangers. The Story of an Organization that Is Unique, like nothing else in America, 1944, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no, in PP 1218. Alas, not an ideal militia, either. – J.Z.

MILITIA, See: FREEMEN SIEGE, 1996 clipping on mediation offer by Randy Weaver, 1p, in PP 1415: 141. – See PP 61-63, German in PP 399-401.

MILITIA, See: 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 1070. Only extensive study of the Swiss militia system that I have so far come across. – J.Z.

MILITIA, See: MARINA, WILLIAM, Militia, Standing Armies, and the Second Amendment: Some Perspectives from the American Revolution, 4pp, in PP 1153.


MILITIA, See: SURO, ROBERTO, Tyrol politics turns violent, 1p clipping, 1986, on the survival of the home guard or militia of Tyrol, in PP 1078.

MILITIA, Warfare as Conducted by an Ideal Militia, A Kind of Military Jiu Jitsu, Radical Liberation & Revolution – with the aid of the conscripts of the enemy regime, PP 61-63.

MILITIAS, See: ABSHIRE, BRIAN M., Rev., Militias, CHALCEDON REPORT, 5/97, 3pp, 116, in PP 1453.

MILITIAS, See: CASEY, MARCUS, Preparing for Armageddon, 1p, 96, on militias, in PP 1367/68: 241.


MILL, JAMES, An Essay of the Impolicy of a Bounty on the Exportation of Grain, and on the principles which ought to regulate the commerce of grain, 1804, 1966, 70pp, in PP 1233.

MILL, JAMES, Over-Production and Unemployment, A Plea for Freedom, Philadelphia, May 1940, 30pp, for free banking in PP 1,020.

MILL, JOHN STUART & HARRIET TAYLOR MILL: Essays on Sex Equality, 1p review by SHARON PRESLEY, in PP 1367/68: 102.

MILL, JOHN STUART, On Liberty, PP 1066, 1052-61 (Gray reviewed by Shearmur), PP 1146.

MILL, JOHN STUART, A Few Words on Non-Intervention, 1859, 6pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MILL, JOHN STUART, A Speech, 3pp, edited from his: Utilitarianism, with comment by MORGAN, J.P., in PP 1409/10: 217.

MILL, JOHN STUART, On Liberty, 1859, from the 1939 edition, 144pp, 29x, in PP 408.

MILL, JOHN STUART, Protection and Free Trade, 16pp, 29x, in PP 602.


MILL, JOHN STUART, See: HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, Traditions of Liberalism, Essays on John Locke, Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill, ed. by Knud Haakonssen, CIS Readings 8, 1988, indexed, 221pp, see in PP 1146.

MILL, JOHN STUART, See: REYBAUD, M. LOUIS, Economistes Modernes, – M. Richard Cobden, M. Frederic Bastiat, M. Michel Chevalier, M. John Stuart Mill, M. Leon Faucher & M. Pellegrino Rossi, Paris, 1862, 439pp, in PP 1096.

MILL, JOHN STUART, See: THOUVEREZ, EMILE, Stuart Mill, 63pp, 1905, in French: 110, in PP 1476.

MILL, JOHN STUART, Speech on the Influence of Lawyers, 1825, with a response by Edward Jenks, 9pp, 29x, in PP 543.

MILLAR, FREDERICK, The Evils of State Trading as Illustrated by the Post Office, 24pp, 36x, in PP 202.

MILLAR, JERMY, Integrating Integrity, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 220.

MILLARD, THOMAS F., The End of Exterritoriality in China, indexed, with bibliography, 278pp, 1931, in PP 790.


MILLENNIUM TWAIN to ZUBE, JOHN, 1p, in PP 1355: 96.

MILLENNIUM TWAIN, 5 poems, 93/94, 1p, in PP 1355: 101.

MILLENNIUM TWAIN, M.T., POEM, untitled, received, on its own, without comment or letter, Jan. 97, in PP 1393: 96.

MILLENNIUM TWAIN, Sovereign Fire, 95, poem & quotes, 1p, in PP 1355: 124.

MILLENNIUM TWAIN, The Republic of Child, 11pp, “one of many amateurish efforts preceding BLUE OAK REPUBLIC”, – M.T., in PP 1355: 113.

MILLENNIUM TWAIN, Welcome to the Blue Oak Republic, 1p, 94, in PP 1355: 102. – A kind of panarchy?

MILLER, BRADLEY, Government by B.M. (Bureaucratic Man), 2pp, in PP 480.

MILLER, DAVID, Democracy and Social Justice, BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 8, Jan. 78, 1-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p526, headed: Liberal Justice: From Merit to Need.

MILLER, DAVID, Justice and Property, RATIO 22, June 80, 1-14, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1478, headed: Is Justice Prior to Property?

MILLER, DAVID, Max Stirner: Egoist, Nihilist or Existentialist, 2pp, in PP 497/498. – An excellent and concise evaluation. – J.Z.

MILLER, DAVID, Socialism and the Market, POLITICAL THEORY, USA, 5, 1977, 473-489, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p58. Headed: Market Socialism.

MILLER, EUGENE F., The Cognitive Basis of Hayek’s Political Though, in: Robert L. Cunningham, ed., “Liberty and the Rule of Law”, Texas & London, Texas A & M Univ.P., 1979, 242-267, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1178, headed: Hayek : Reason, Relativism, and Liberty.

MILLER, FRED D., Jr. & STEINBAUER, PATRICK, A New Defence of Natural Rights, Review of: VEATCH, HENRY, Human Rights: Fact or Fancy? Baton Rouge: Lousiana State U.P., 1985, 4pp: 135, in PP 1463/64.

MILLER, FRED D., Jr., The State and the Community in Aristotle’s POLITICS, REASON PAPERS, USA, 1, 1974, 61-69, summary only, 2pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p51. Headed: State vs. Society.

MILLER, GEORGE, Russian Free Trade Unions and the Trial of Valery Senderov, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MILLER, HARRY E., Banking Theories in the United States before 1860, 1927, 1972, Free Banking Series, 235pp, with 11pp of bibliography, 29x, in PP 549.

MILLER, JAMES A., Of Overpopulation, Greenhouse, Ozone, etc. Miller interviewed by Deborah Coddington, 3pp., Radio L., in PP 1336 – 39: 474.

MILLER, JOSEPH DANA, George and his Disciples, 1925, 6pp: 7, in PP 1477.

MILLER, KEN, letter on racism, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p81.

MILLER, OLIN, 4,000 Errors and Unfavorable Biblical Verses, indexed by subjects, 1954, 34pp, in PP 920.

MILLER, RAY, Investigate U.S.P.S. “Investigators”, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 727.

MILLER, SCOTT, Governments intrude on freedoms, 1986, 1p, in PP 1110.

MILLER, STEPHEN, Adam Smith and the Commercial Republic, THE PUBLIC INTEREST No. 61, Fall 80, 106-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1377, headed: Smith, Commerce & the Common Good.

MILLER, VINCENT H, Libertarian spirit spreading worldwide, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 287. – Alas, it has not spread to my surroundings as yet and, apart from me, few have sufficiently tried to spread it micrographically, i.e. on a tiny but shiny and very productive path. – However, Vince entrusts much of his output to LMP, rather than doing it himself or getting it done by a commercial agency nearby. – I wish he would use microfiche for his planned large international directory – before it gets outdated, while waiting for the finance to print it on paper. – J.Z.

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

MILLER, VINCENT H. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., New Declaration of Independence, 2pp, in PP 1287/89: 200, – May 1992, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 126; 6pp, in PP 1398: 102. – Draft of May 1992, 6pp, in PP 1445 : 66, &, also, in PP 1098..

MILLER, VINCENT H. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., We CAN Have Affordable Health Care, 6pp, in PP 1445: 74.

MILLER, VINCENT H., A Magazine Adventure…., Editorial, 2pp: 4, and x other editorials, here not listed if they are not articles, in PP 1506/07. – He was involved with several libertarian periodicals (e.g. FREE WORLD CHRONICLE), many of them now unobtainable in their back issues. What I could get, I fiched. See: ISIL. – J.Z.

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

MILLER, VINCENT H., A Worldwide Challenge to Centralized Power, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p181.

MILLER, VINCENT H., America at Critical Crossroads, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p329. Alas, only on geographical secessionism. (Only a few can be interested in this form. Potentially all can be interested in non-geographical secessionism, even if their attitude is merely: “Wonderful! This way we get rid of the bastards, without further trouble and without getting our hands dirty! They will, from then on, have enough trouble with attempts to realize their utopias among themselves, to remain any threat or trouble us.” – Geographical separatism IS the CRITICAL PROBLEM! – at any size beyond private, cooperative or corporative property. – But among thousands of libertarian and anarchist publications PEACE PLANS stands almost alone on this. – J.Z.)

MILLER, VINCENT H., Anonymous Informants Threaten Justice System, 1p, in PP 1287/89p423. – Anonymous informants on freedom options do not. – J.Z.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Beware! A Constitutional Convention Could Be Dangerous to your Liberties, 1p, in PP 1287/89p412.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Energy Crisis Non-Solutions, 5pp: 168, in PP 1506/07.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Environment & the Myth of State “Protection”, 1p, in PP 279: 16.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Freedom in our Time, A Collection of Libertarian Classics, edited by him, 159pp, 1984, 1985, 1986, published by Libertarian International, now: ISIL, International Society for Individual Liberty, in PP 1,004. – Excellent! – J.Z.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Gun Controls, A Libertarian View, 1p, in PP 1271.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Gun Laws, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Is a Breakup of Canada Invitable? 1p, in PP 1287/89p408. – Would you like to see internal custom barriers, pass ports, quotas, exchange regulations, and still more different nationalistic and cultural regulations? – A collectivistic and territorial breakup is just not good enough. It might even lead to more civil wars and oppression. – J.Z.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Live and Let Live, 2pp, in PP 1445: 86.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Oklahoma : What Really Happened, 1p, in PP 1287/89p446.

MILLER, VINCENT H., People who Live in Glass Houses…, 3pp, in PP 1445: 134.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Radio Free America, 5pp: 70, in PP 1506/07.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Revolution in the Americas. A Time for restructuring, 1p, in PP 1287/89p467.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Roger MacBride – A Remembrance, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p479. (March 5, 1995). The best memorial for all the great freedom people would be to finally put out all their freedom writings, permanently and cheaply, at least on microfiche. But I see no one else but me move into that direction. – He owned copyrights to Rose Wilder Lane’s freedom writings. Who holds them now? – J.Z.

MILLER, VINCENT H., Sic Transit Canada, 5pp: 193, in PP 1506/07.

MILLER, VINCENT H., The Fraser Institute, 4pp: 267, in PP 1506/07.

MILLER, VINCENT H., WACO : America’s Shame, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p287.

MILLER, VINCENT H., We Can Save America, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p355.

MILLER, VINCENT H., World Famine – A Political Phenomenon? 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29. – Lack of time, money and of faith in the open-mindedness of most ISIL members towards their microfiche options, have so far prevented me from attending the international ISIL conferences. – I would have liked to make it to Berlin, in August 98, but my finances do not, presently, permit it. If I were to get 2 or 3 orders for the whole LMP set from some ISIL members, then I would be able to attend. Small hope! So I rather go on “fiching” on my own than rap with ISIL members. But it was nice to have met Miller & Elwood, several times, in 1991, at Forum Books, when it was still open. – Both are so busy in promoting liberty, in conventional ways, that they have no time and energy left to explore the time, funds and energy saving options of alternative media, like microfiche, for themselves, and to recommend them to others, although most of their support comes from countries in which members can even less afford to get freedom writings in print on paper. Donations of paper literature from the West are woefully inadequate, from stocks that are already insufficient for the West. On fiche, floppies & CD-ROMs ISIL, producing only upon demand, could offer whole freedom libraries instead, in any desired segment, very cheaply. Those who could not even afford the often VERY cheap used reading machines, could build one of their own, as e.g. JIM STUMM did. He printed a plan for his construction and I fiched another such blueprint as well. Will I ever get this message across – and would ISIL get it across to its members or will they all remain paper addicts? – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MILLIONAIRES, Hooray for all those 25, 661 Millionaires, 724. By properly expropriating the bureaucracy, there could be 17 million Millionaires in Australia alone. See 19 C. – J.Z.

MILLIONAIRES, WANTED: MORE, RUSSELL, DEAN, Wanted More Millionaires, 5pp, in PP 957. – In State assets Australians already are, although nor in certified and transferable form. See PP 19C. The bureaucrats and polticians hold, control and mismanage them “for them”, never paying dividends or declaring themselves bankrupt. – Through honest and productive old age insurance investments almost everybody could be. Governments prevent us from becoming rich, in many ways. Once enough citizens are made to realize this, they will soon be on the way towards self-liberation. – J.Z.

MILLS, CHRISTINE & ALBERY, NICHOLAS, editors, Best Ideas, A Directory of Social Inventions, 1986, 156pp, 48x, in PP 633.

MILNE, ANTONY, Is a Freethinker Really an Individualist? 3pp, in PP 1423: 18.

MILNE, ANTONY, Review of: WEISSINGER, MUIR, The Failure of Faith, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1423: 30.

MILNE, ANTONY, Sociology & the Death of the Ego, 3pp, in PP 1423: 36.

MILNE, ANTONY, The Egoist Salutes Orwell, 4pp, in PP 1423: 27.

MILNE, FRANK, Arthritic Academia: The Problems of Government Universities, 14pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

MILTON, JOHN, A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes: Shewing that it is not lawful for any power on earth to compel in matters of religion, 1659, 33pp, 24x, in PP 223.

MILTON, JOHN, Areopagitica : A Speech for the Liberty of Unlicenced Printing, to the Parliament of England, 1644, 49pp, 24x, in PP 223.

MILTON, JOHN, Meditations upon Divine Justice and the Death of King Charles I, 12pp, 24x, in PP 223.

MILTON, JOHN, Six Political Essays, selected by John Zube, 223pp, 24x, in PP 223.

MILTON, JOHN, The Ready and Easy Way to Establish A FREE COMMONWEALTH and the Excellence Thereof, compared with the inconveniences and dangers of readmitting kingship in this nation, 32pp, 24x, in PP 223.

MILTON, JOHN, The Second Defence of the People of England against an anonymous libel, entitled: “The Royal Blood Crying to Heaven for Vengeance on the English Parricides”, translated from the Latin by Robert Fellows, SELECTED PASSAGES only, 36pp, 24x, in PP 223. (I would rather film the whole text, if I had it, together with the Latin original. – J.Z.)

MILTON, JOHN, The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, proving that it is lawful, and hath been held so through all ages, for any, who have the power, to call to account a tyrant, or wicked king, and after due convictions, to depose, and put him to death; if the ordinary magistrate have neglected, or denied to do it. And that they who of late so much blame deposing, are the men that did it themselves, 2nd. ed., 1650, 45pp, 24x, in PP 223. – Has Milton written anything else that I should fiche here? – J.Z.

MINATO, PAUL, Privatizing Public Enterprise, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

MINDING ONE’S OWN BUSINESS, 961. See Self-government, Self-ownership.

MINERVA REPUBLIC, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Libertarian Nation Declared, 2pp, on Republic of Minerva and Sea City: 661, in PP 1457/62. See: Ocean Freedom, New Country Movement.

MINERVA, 2pp in Libertarian Yearbook 1973, in PP 274.

MINES WITH SHORTER LIVES, See: SUSLIN, ALEX, Mines with shorter lives, letter to THE AUSTRALIAN, 27.6.95, 1p, in PP 1276.

MINFORD, Patrick, Achieving Public Objectives with Less Money, 30pp, CIS, 1986, 29x, in PP 733.


MINIMAL GOVERNMENT, See LIMITED GOVERNMENT. – The ONLY SAFE minimal governments and tax burdens are the ones reduced to ZERO! – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MINIMUM WAGE, MAXIMUM UNEMPLOYMENT, Editorial, NORTHWEST LIBERTARIAN, 1/2p, in PP 493. – There are OTHER and even MORE IMPORTANT factors that make for prolonged mass unemployment. See especially under Monetary Despotism vs. Monetary Freedom. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

MINIMUM WAGE, See: CALDWELL, DON, Minimum wage hurts more than it helps, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 233.

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

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

MINIMUM WAGE, See: PAUL, RON, The Case Against Minimum Wage, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 367.

MINIMUM WAGE, See: POIROT, PAUL L., Inhumanity of the Minimum Wage, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 373.

MINIMUM WAGES, See: BLOCK, WALTER & BADAVAS, VICKY, The $ 4.25/Hour Syndrome, CHALCEDON REPORT, 5/97, 3pp, 118, in PP 1453.

MINIMUM WAGES, See: BROZEN, YALE, Minimum Wage Reduces Opportunities and Productivity, 1p: 33, in PP 1469.

MINIMUM WAGES, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Minimum Wages, 12pp: 384,in PP 1529-33. – See: WAGE CONTROL.

MINIMUM WAGES, See: TIER, MARK, Jobs for Everyone – without Minimum Wage Laws, 6pp, in PP 1445: 70. – Minimum wages existed before and after mass unemployment. They just make matters worse but are not the only or even major factor. Whoever can’t sell his goods or services won’t hire or retain employees, not even at free market rates of wages and salaries (if these were possible under monetary despotism, an assumption I would not make). – Libertarians, too, fall often for single hypothesis “explanations”, without sufficiently examining the multiple hypotheses already advanced. In this sphere they do this although they can no longer simply assume, after numerous monetary freedom writings have been published in recent years, that monetary despotism has no effect upon employment. – The monopoly of exchange media in an exchange economy, must significantly affect the exchange of labour for goods, services and other labour. But there is no single official study of this relationship in Australia. In the U.S. at least some Federal Reserve Bank reports have published some critical studies. – J.Z., 24.9.97.

MINING INDUSTRY, See: BYRNES in PP 294-297, ALSO PPs: 418/19, 613, 927.

MINING INDUSTRY, See: MANNERS, RON, The Mining Industry – A Global Community, from an Australian’s View, March 11, 1997, 33pp: 317, in PP 1506/07.

MINI-SECESSIONISM, GEOGRAPHICAL, PP 689, Frestonia, in 633, Republic of 1984: 832, Laird’s Corner: 832, NA-GRIAMEL SECESSION: 958. See also Casley (832 et al), Chaitlin, Avram et al. Compare: New Country Movement, MICROPATROLOGICAL SOCIETY.

MINISTRY OF TRUTH, April 85, 16pp, in PP 1296. Looks like an anarchist publishing effort by high school kids. – J.Z.

MINNESOTA LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY, 4pp leaflet, n.d., in PP 1257.

MINNESOTA LIBERTARIAN, LP of Minnesota, samples from 1977 – 90, 207pp, incomplete, in PP 491/492. I/3,4,7; II/3,4; III/1,4-7; IV/1,2, 4-6; V/1; April – July 86; Dec. 86 – May 87; Dec. 88; State Fair 89; March 89 – June 89; Nov. 89 – April 89.

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

MINOGUE, Kenneth R., UNCTAD and the North-South Dialogue, 1984, 24pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

MINOGUE, KENNETH, Theorising Liberalism and Liberalising Theory, 1988, in PP 1146.

MINORITY AUTONOMY, Estonian Cultural Autonomy, PP 1051, See ON PANARCHY.

MINORITY AUTONOMY, See: UNPO NEWS, Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization’s Official Quarterly Publication, sample, III/7, Jan.-Apr.96, 20pp, in PP 1358. – Alas, still without a trace of panarchism! A voluntaristic and exterritorialistic autonomy programme for all minority groups and communities could sufficiently unite or federate them for effective publicity and other actions. So far, their territorialist ambitions are still part of the problem rather than the solution. Moreover, they remain quite uninformed about this defect in their thinking and unwilling to learn about it. They are still only at the stage where religious dissenters and nonconformists were, when they merely demanded separate territories for themselves, instead of religious tolerance or religious liberty. – At best they put it, like some Tamil freedom fighters once did at a Humanist Society discussion in Sydney, into the category of unrealistic and utopian thinking. These “realists” ignore centuries, if not thousands of years of personal law, capitulations, religious tolerance and consular jurisdiction traditions, as well as current practices in natural sciences, technology & lifestyles. – According to a recent newspaper report the Tamils have provided some rather popular parallel institutions, including courts, in areas liberated by them. PEACE PLANS is probably still the only publication that takes a realistic view of this option. See especially my ON PANARCHY subseries. – Ron Hubbard, the SF writer & founder of “scientology” wrote of brains being programmed by “engrams” and in need of de- or re-programming. Previously, one spoke of “fixed ideas”. Beckerath pointed out this phenomenon with an analogy: It is as if people would first have to grow new brain cells for new ideas. – Quoting him merely from memory. That seems to take forever with some. – J.Z.


MINTZ, FRANK P., Latin America: Aid or Trade? Editorial, 2pp: 41, in PP 1457/62.

MINTZ, FRANK P., Libertarians and YAF, 2pp: 96, in PP 1457/62.

MINTZ, FRANK P., Racialism in the Western World, I, 5pp: 107; II, 5pp: 130; III, 2pp: 149; IV, 6pp: 175, in PP 1457/62.

MINTZ, FRANK P., Review of SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Conquest of the United States by Spain & other Essays, 2pp: 156, in PP 1457/62.

MINTZ, FRANK P., The RLA Convention, 3pp: 121, in PP 1457/62.

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

MINTZ, FRANK, No Need for NASA, 1p, in PP 1287/89p595.

MINTZ, FRANK, Self Management, The Anarchist Encyclopaedia, Folio 1, March 1986, 5pp, in PP 1235.

MINTZ, JOAN, Robin Was a Hood, a poem, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 230.

MINUS ONE, An independent anarchist Review, London, 1964 – 1980, published by S. E. PARKER, incomplete, 519pp, with various inserts, in PP 1420/22: 1-519. Nos. 2; 9 – 17 (17 is incomplete! Later, complete, in PP 1465.); 18 -21; (22 now in PP 1465.) 23 – 33; 34 (incomplete); 35 – 38 (No. 38 was first called EGO, No. 1); 39 – 44. INSERTS : John Zube to S.E. Parker, 1.1.66, 3pp: sheets 139 ff; S.E. Parker to Mike Coughlin, THE DANDELION, Summer 1978, & a note on MINUS ONE in PEACE NEWS, 5 July 1974: 142. – Because of the imperfections of its duplication or print and because my set remained incomplete, even after I met with S.E. Parker twice, & got only a few copies from others, like Robert Sagehorn, Mike Coughlin and Jack Grancharoff, I had long postponed fiching this anarchist periodical. But now my computers were down for a while and so I engaged in the laborious chore of hand corrections to make the text more legible where needed. – If you want to obtain a complete set, at least on microfiche, you will have to help me with the issues in your possession or within your reach. I have a few original copies in duplicate and could photocopy others for you – in exchange for copies missing in my set. I would in all cases be satisfied with good photocopies. – While I favour individualist anarchism, too, I only want to help realize it within a panarchist framework, i.e., for my kind of individualist anarchists only and this only on the basis of exterritorial autonomy for all voluntary communities or free exchange societies. I do not fully subscribe to the Stirner, Tucker, Mackay, Solneman & Parker versions of it but want all their writings cheaply, easily and fully accessible, too. – An archive on individualist anarchism has been planned in Berlin, largely based on material left by my father, K.H. Zube (Solneman), but has not made much progress yet, as far as I know. – The Mackay Gesellschaft in Germany has been revived by Uwe Timm, with its own publication, separately reproduced by LMP. – Some articles in “MINUS ONE”, are separately listed. – J.Z.

MINUS ONE, Nos. 17, Jan/Feb 1967 & 22, June 1968, 27pp: 36-62, in PP 1465. – I acquired these two issues from the libray of Jack Grancharoff, after I had already compiled my incomplete set for microfiching. – J.Z.



MIRANDA, JOSEPH, The Militia, 4pp, in PP 1287/89p396.

MIREK, The Czechoslovak Counter Revolution of 1968, 6pp, 36x, in PP 412, p294.

MIROFF, BRUCE, Reassessing the Modern Presidency, chap. 7 in Pragmatic Illusions: The Presidential Politics of John F. Kennedy, N.Y., David McKay, 1976, 271-327, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p114. Headed: The Pragmatic Presidency.

MIRSKY, JONATHAN, Peking Losing the Battle against Female Infanticide, 1983, 1p, with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1121.

MISES INSTITUTE, LUDWIG VON, PP 379; leaflet on Sept. 87 seminar: Sound Money and Sound Banking: Gold and 100% Reserves, 1p, 48x, in PP 740. 6pp of leaflets, in PP 835, Application for membership, 1984 Memorandum, leaflet on 1987 conference, A 1987 News Round-UP, & Institute Notes, 1988, 1pp, 29x, in PP 859. Five Years of Achievement for Liberty, 1982-1987, 20 pp, with some leaflets, literature list and samples of THE FREE MARKET, on hand, in PP 847. See also: LUDWIG VON MISES INSTITUTE & FREE MARKET.

MISES MADE EASIER. A Glossary for Ludwig von Mises’ HUMAN ACTION, prepared by Percy L. Greaves, Jr., Free Market Books, Dobbs Ferry, 1974, 157pp, in PP 1,041. With 4pp of notes by John Zube.


MISES, LUDWIG von, & TUCKER, RUFUS S., Economic Planning, 1945, 1955, 26pp, containing Mises: Planning For Freedom, 1945, 10pp & Rufus, The Return to “Enlightened Despotism”, 1945, 12pp, in PP 1210.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Bibliography, compiled by Bettina Bien (Greaves), FEE, 1969, 60pp, in PP 988. – In 1990 she was working on the final bibliography of Mises’ writings. It came out in 2 thick volumes! – I would like to fiche both of them, too. – J.Z.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Capital and Interest: Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk and the Discriminating Reader, 1959, 2pp: 68, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Dangerous Recommendations for High School Economics, 1962, 4pp: 82, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Deception of Government Intervention, 1964, 3pp: 34, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Economic Freedom and Interventionism, an Anthology of Articles and Essays, selected and edited by BETTINA BIEN GREAVES, 1990, indexed, 263pp: 1-117, in PP 1480. – 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Economic Freedom in the Present-Day World, 1957, 9pp: 113, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Economics as a Bridge for Interhuman Understanding, 1945, 12pp: 107, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Foreign Spokesmen for Freedom, 1961, 1p: 84, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Freedom Has Made a Comeback, 1962, 1p: 85, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Full Employment and Monetary Policy, 1957, 6pp: 43, in PP 1480.

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

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

MISES, LUDWIG von, Homage to Mises, The First Hundred Years, Papers delivered Sep. 10 & 11, 1981, at Hillsdale College, commemorating the centenary of the birth of Ludwig von Mises, 1881 – 1973, 1981, 68pp, in PP 1268.

MISES, LUDWIG von, How Can Europe Survive? 1955, 1p: 73, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Human Action, 2pp leaflet from Conservative Book Club: 216, in PP 1457/62.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inequality of Wealth and Income, 1955, 5pp: 29, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inflation and Price Control, 1970, FEE, first publ. in: THE COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CHRONICLE, Dec. 20, 1945, 12pp, here reprinted from: “Planning for Freedom, and other Addresses, 2nd. ed., 1962, Libertarian Press, in PP 1358.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inflation and You, 1942, 6pp: 49, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inflation Must End in a Slump, 1951, 2pp: 57, in PP 1480. – See my: The Soft Option, in PP 19B on this error. – J.Z.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inflation, 1951, 2pp: 51B, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Inflation: An Unworkable Fiscal Policy, 1951, 5pp: 52, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Interventionism, 1979, 12pp, in PP 1143.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Liberty & Property AND: Middle-of-the-Road Leads to Socialism, Mises Institute, 91, 74pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Liberty and Its Antithesis, 1960, 4pp: 75, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Luxuries into Necessities, 1956, 1p: 23, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Man, Economy and State: A New Treatise on Economics, 1962, 4pp, on Rothbard’s book: 77, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Middle-of-the-Road Policy Leads to Socialism, 1950, 1965, 20pp, in PP 1233. – Review, by RICHARD M. EBLING, in PP 499.

MISES, LUDWIG VON, Nation, State, Economy: Contributions to the Politics and History of our Time, N.Y. Univ. Press, 231pp, review only, 4pp, by BETTINA BIEN GREAVES: 536, in PP 1529- 33.

MISES, LUDWIG von, On Current Monetary Problems, 1969, 11pp: 90, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, On Some Atavistic Economic Ideas, 1966, 2pp: 67, in PP 1480. – Land Reform & Favoritism for Debtors.

MISES, LUDWIG von, On the International Monetary Problem, 1967, 8pp: 95, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, On the Manipulation of Money and Credit, with an introduction and epilogue by Percy L. Greaves, Jr., translated by Bettina Bien Greaves and ed. by Percy L. Greaves, Jr., as authorized by Mises, and with some unauthorized notes by J.Z., with name index and subject index, 1978, 350pp, in PP 1168. – 2pp review by Israel Kirzner, in PP 1247.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Planning for Freedom, 1945, 10pp, in PP 1210.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Professor Hutt on Keynesianism, 3pp: 71, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, See: LIPS, DAVID A., A Critique of the Misean Conception of the State and an Anarchist Alternative, 1978. – His concept of the State critized: 9pp, in PP 997.

MISES, LUDWIG von, See: PP 391, 1012, 1021, 1041, 1185.

MISES, LUDWIG von, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Meaning of Mises, I, 4pp, in PP 274: 144.

MISES, LUDWIG von, See: SPRINKLES, A., The Virtues of von Mises, Part I, 3pp: 16. Part II, 5pp: 20, in PP 1479.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Small and Big Business, 1961, 16pp: 99, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Socialism, Inflation, and the Thrifty Householder, 1960, 5pp: 54, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, State & Anarchism, 997.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Agony of the Welfare State, 1953, 5pp: 36, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economic Foundations of Freedom, 1960, 7pp: 10, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economic Point of View, 1960, 1p: 74, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economic Role of Saving and Capital Goods, 1963, 5pp: 21, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economics of War, 7pp, abridged, from “Human Action”, in PP 1418: 40.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Elite under Capitalism, 4pp, in PP 1132. Also: 1962, 8pp: 17, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Futility of War, 1p, in PP 1132.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Gold Problem, 7pp, n.d., in PP 984.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Individual in Society, 1949, 1952, 7pp: 14, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Market and the State, 1968, 4pp: 26, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Marxian Class Conflict Doctrine, 1961, 4pp: 61, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Marxian Theory of Wage Rates, 1961, 5pp: 63, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Master of Economics and fearless champion of freedom, 1p, from SUNDAY INDEPENDENT, June 28, 1981, in PP 1,019. Some libertarians proposed, after the death of Mises, that he should be elected president and decide and act on the basis of all of his writings. If only those fans of his had at least gone ahead and compiled all this writings and fully indexed them as the Mises Encyclopaedia for Liberty. At least they themselves could have learned much more from such an effort. Some other libertarian writers deserve such treatment, too, and at last all writings by all of them should become collected, available and indexed, abstracted reviews and combined in general and special bibliographies. No one who does not work towards such an aim, at least to some extent, does truly LOVE liberty ideas, arguments, facts, proposals and options. – J.Z. – Anyhow, anyone’s wisdom or foolishness could serve in presidential position for any volunteer community that is only exterritorially autonomous. To the shame of the libertarian and anarchist movements, they have not yet put their kinds of wisdom together and made them easily and cheaply accessible. – J.Z., 17.6.99.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Objectives of Economic Education, 1948, 7pp: 86, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Outlook for Saving and Investment, 1966, 3pp: 27, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Plight of Business Forecasting, 1956, 3pp: 58, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Saver as a Voter, 1957, 3pp: 24, in PP 1480. – As opposed to the voter as a wastrel – especially of the property of others. – J.Z., 21.1.98.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Secret of American Prosperity, 1955, 5pp: 80, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Soviet System’s Economic Failure, 1959, 2pp: 66, in PP 1480. – Its dangerous politics drove me out of Europe in that year. – J.Z.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Symptomatic Keynes, 1951, 3pp: 70, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Theory of Money & Credit, review, PP 740.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Trade Cycle, 1951, 2pp: 72, in PP 1480. – There are dozens of crisis theories. Mises pushed his own while replying only to a few of the others. Most of them accept unquestioningly monetary despotism. Even many Austrians economists favour an exclusive gold standard and 100 % covered gold certificates and still attack the real bills doctrine. But would there be ANY trade cycles under full economic freedom? I doubt it. – J.Z., 19.5.98.

MISES, LUDWIG von, The Why of Human Action, 1949, 1949, 5pp: 32, in PP 1480.

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

MISES, LUDWIG von, Unemployment and the Height of Wage Rates, 1961, 5pp: 40, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Wage Earners and Employers, 1962, 2pp: 42, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Wage Interference by Government, 1964, 3pp: 38, in PP 1480.

MISES, LUDWIG von, Why Read Adam Smith Today?, 1953, 3p: 60, in PP 1480.

MISES, MARGIT von, Ludwig von Mises, the Man, 4pp, in PP 1268.

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

MISSILES AND MORALITY, PP 16-18, 61-63, 388-401, 408, compare Air Raids, Collective Responsibility, Nuclear Threat.

MITCHELL, CHRISTOPHER R., Accepting Separatism: New Models and New Opportunities, 3pp, from CCAR Newsletter, August 1990, in PP 1,051.

MITCHELL, DANIEL J., CSE Report: Oil Import Tax, 2pp, in PP 480.

MITCHELL, DANIEL J., Family Leave Bill: Good Intentions, Bad Results, 2pp, in PP 480.

MITCHERLICH, ALEXANDER, Dr., Psychological Research and its Significance for Modern Man, UNIVERSITAS, English edition, 21, No. 3, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1019, headed: Psychology, Self, and Society. (I hate these general titles because, all too often, they indicate only or mainly academically styled waffle. J.Z.)

MITTEILUNGEN DER MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT, 1974 – 1986, Nr. 1-26, 63 S., in PP 809.

MIXED ECONOMIES, See: PEARSON, GLENN L., Mixed Economies A No-Man’s Land, 7pp: 323, in PP 1529- 33.

MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN an ZUBE, JOHN, 30.9.93, 2 S., in PP 1329: 117. – I could not read or understand every word of his handwriting. So I did not attempt a transcription. It takes all kinds to make a world. – J.Z.

MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN and ZUBE, JOHN, 2.11.93, 2 S., in PP 1329 124.

MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN to ZUBE, JOHN, Dec. 93? 1 p, in PP 1329: 154.

MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN, “Denk’ Ich An Deutschland”…, 6 S., zum BERTELSMANN CLUB Preisausschreiben, aber leider unter Kurt Zube eingereicht. Anregungskarte von Kurt und sein Protest an den Verlag ueber den Namensmissbrauch, in PP 1329 :116.

MOCILNIK, KRISTIAN, Untitled manuscript, 24 S., 1990, in PP 1329: 126. – Ueber Bodenreform, Panarchismus, Alchemie der Pflanzen (?), Gesundheit, Nahrung, etc., etc. Verfasser nannte es selbst, 3 Jahre spaeter, “a naive brochure”.

MODERATE, THE, issue 1-3, York University Freedom Society, 24 pages, 29x, in PP 698.

MODERN PUBLISHERS, Indore, Social Relation and Freedom, a symposium, 76pp, 24x, in PP 203. (2 essays by B.R. Tucker, 1 by T. Robertson, 1 anonymous, all separately listed. J.Z.) 29x, in PP 539.

MODERN SCHOOL AT STELTON, see Cohen, Joseph J., in PP 955.

MODERN SCHOOL COLLECTION, STELTON, 6pp, 1996, in PP 1538: 189.

MODERN SCHOOL, Ferrer’s, PP 543, 1047. See also STELTON.

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

MOENS, GABRIEL, Affirmative Action, The New Discrimination, CIS, 1985, 112pp, 36x, in PP 720.

MOES, GARRY J., Hitting the Marx, 2pp review of: “Red World”, videotape, three 28-minute segments, Red Barn Video Productions, CA., 29x, in PP 871.

MOEST, GERD, Handformgriffe, ueber das Institut fuer Griff Forschung, geschaffen von Friedrich Herig, 2 S., Forschung, Handformgriffe, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 86. – Muss es wirklich so lange dauern bis so einfache Sachen richtig geformt werden? Die meisten Stuehle und Toilettensitze sind immer noch unzweckmaessig geformt. – J.Z.

MOFFAT, EVERETT, Does Illinois Have a True Constitution? 1988, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

MOFFAT, ROBERT SCOTT, contribution to A SYMPOSIUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 1890, 10pp, 29x, in PP 356.

MOFFIT, ROBERT, The British Empire: Sic Transit Gloria Mundi, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 44.

MOFFIT, ROBERT, The Liberal Virtue of “Broadmindedness”, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 29.

MOFFITT, IAN, Experiment in Freedom (Currambena school), 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

MOHAN, P. & COCKINGTON, J., The Misspent Youth of PVX 324435. (On the circulation of a tagged A $ 5 note, SMH, Aug. 13,88, 6pp, in PP 810.

MOHANIALL, PREMILLA, The Good Road Round-up, 2pp on toll roads, THE OPEN ROAD, NRMA, Nov/Dec. 95, in PP 1367/68: 238.

MOHR, CHRISTOPHER, Jurors Can Obey the Higher Law of their Conscience, 1p clipping, 1986, in PP 1,018.

MOISES, MAJOR, Interview mit Major Moises, 4 S., 1995: 77, in PP 1456.

MOLDOFSKY, NAOMI, Dr., Market Theory: Which One? 1980, 14pp, 29x, in PP 384.

MOLDOFSKY, NAOMI, Market Mechanism or Paternalistic Government? Criticism or Dogma? 17 pp, 1977, 36x, in PP 571.

MOLEX, Products for Micrographics and Information handling, leaflets, 13pp, in PP 907-910. – If you want to compile the individual frames on your own fiche yourself, & update them, these are the people to contact. They supply special sticky sheets for arranging the master fiche yourself. I rather get the fiche produced automatically and refilmed if necessary, through an automated and efficient micrographic agency. But if you want fancy page arrangements and want to use many different formats on the same fiche, this may be the way to go, for you. It is also a way to update fiche masters without refilming the lot. J.Z.)

MOLEY, RAYMOND, The First New Deal, 1966, 577pp: 67, 2pp review only, by BENNETT, MARY JEAN, in PP 1529- 33.

MOLINARI, G. de, & DAIRE, EUGENE, Melanges d’economie politique, volumes I & II, 1847/48, 1261pp, in PP 780-782. (Contains essays by Hume, Forbonnais, Condillac, Condorcet, Lavoisier, Lagrange, Diannyere, Franklin, Necker, Galiani, Montyon & Bentham. All are separately listed in this LMP listing.)

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, La Morale Economique, 1888, 442pp, 29x, in PP 329.

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, Les Soirees de la Rue Saint-Lazare – Entretiens sur LES LOIS ECONOMIQUES et defense de la propriete, 1849, 363pp, 24x, in PP 141-144. Also 367pp, in PP 1088. (Once again, through my flawed cataloguing and memory, I managed to reproduce a title twice. I guess that does not happen often to a conventional publisher. However, my loss in time and money is relatively small. I have not checked yet which of the two editions is the better one. The one-fiche edition is for both of us certainly the cheaper one. Until about PP 182 I did not strive as much for high density of pages on a fiche. My lists are also incomplete and late and sometimes I forget what I have already done, some time ago. – J.Z.)

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, L’Evolution Economique du dix-neuvieme siecle. Theorie du Progres, 1880, 481pp, 36x, PP 327.


MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, Precis D’Economie Politique et de Morale, 1893, 278pp, 24x, in PP 328.

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, Preface SCHWABE, SALIS, Mme., Richard Cobden, Notes sur ses voyages, correspondances et souvenirs, recuellies, par Mme. Salis Schwabe, avec une preface to M. G. de Molinari (7pp), Paris, 1879, 400pp, in PP 1145.

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, Questions d’economie politique et de droit publique, 375pp, 24x, PP 137-140.

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, The Production of Security, translated by J. Huston McCulloch, with a 2pp preface by Murray N. Rothbard, 17pp, 24x, in PP 320.

MOLINARI, GUSTAVE de, The Society of Tomorrow, a forecast of its political and economic organization, translated by P.H. Lee Warner, 256pp, 29x, in PP 481.

MOLLUSO, PAT, Micropublishing – A Cost-Effective Alternative to Paper, 1981, 1p, in PP 907-910.

MOLNAR, GEORGE, The Man who was “Good Stuff”, 5pp, in PP 1471. – On James Burnham.

MOLNER, TERRY, The Third Way Is Here. Neither capitalist nor socialist. Japan and Mondragon are a different kind of nation, IN CONTEXT, No. 19, n.d., 87 or later, 6pp, in PP 1240.

MOLO, Walter von, Stunde der Entscheidung, eine Kindheitsinnerung, 1953, (ueber “Schulung”), 1 S., 36x in PP 714.

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

MON, STORMY, A Liberty Book, 1980, 101pp, 29x, in PP 415.

MON, STORMY, Avoid Taxes, 6pp, in PP 1428/29: 315.

MON, STORMY, Housing, Zoning and Special Interests, 1p, from IMAGINE FREEDOM: 21, in PP 1465.

MON, STORMY, Imagine Freedom 2, Government & Religion, Church & State, 1/85, 109pp, 29x, in PP 534.

MON, STORMY, Imagine Freedom from Governments and Churches, 1989, Denver, 10th anniversary edition, 187pp, in PP 974. 5pp of advertisements, in PP 829.

MON, STORMY, Imagine Freedom, a libertarian introduction, 1982, indexed, 152pp, 36x, in PP 523.

MON, STORMY, Imagine Freedom,, a libertarian introduction, manuscript, 2/85, 121pp, indexed, 29x, PP 533.

MON, STORMY, Issues, 2pp leaflet from his Senate campaign, n.d., in PP 1096.

MON, STORMY, Know Your Rights: Your Power When You’re On A Jury, 3pp, distributed by Citizen’s Bar Association, in PP 1125.

MON, STORMY, notes in TC No. 121, of 29 July 84, with comments by John Zube, part of 17pp, 29x, in PP 879.

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

MON, STORMY, Private Highways? 3pp: 7, in PP 1465.

MON, STORMY, Public Services, 1p, from IMAGINE FREEDOM: 14, in PP 1465.

MONAGHAN, HENRY PAUL, Of ‘Liberty’ and ‘Property’, CORNELL LAW REVIEW 62, 1977, 405-444, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p507, headed: Law vs. “Liberty” and “Property”.

MONARCHISM, PP 223, 370, 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 14), MONARCHISM, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, A Libertarian Defence of Monarchy, POLITICAL NOTES No. 135, 4pp: 81, in PP 1487.

MONDRAGON, See: BLACK ROSE 12, Travels, Mondragon, Anarchist Movements, Winter 86/87, 50 S., sample, in PP 1401: 114. – BENELLO, GEORGE C., The Challenge of Mondragan, 11pp, in PP 1401: 127.

MONDRAGON, See: MOLNER, TERRY, The Third Way Is Here. Neither capitalist nor socialist. Japan and Mondragon are a different kind of nation, IN CONTEXT, No. 19, n.d., 87 or later, 6pp, in PP 1240. – See also PP 1049.


MONETARY CONCEPT OF HISTORY, See: PP 11: Revisionism on the French Revolution, at the end of the book by Ulrich von Beckerath.

MONETARY DESPOTISM, PP 42/44, 201, 385, 423, 428ff:S.2309, 544, 586/87, 745, 777, 804, 815, 994/95. See: CENTRAL BANKING, LEGAL TENDER, MONEY MONOPOLY, MONOPOLIES, RIEGEL, BECKERATH, MONETARY EXPERIMENTS, FLAWED, see WAERA, in PP 731 & 791 & under WOERGL.

MONETARY FREEDOM HANDBOOK, Project. Listing of terms that it should deal with : 740. Compare the index to PP 9-11 in 11. Compare the Index to Henry Meulen’s THE INDIVIDUALIST, the index to Tucker’s LIBERTY, the index to 61/63, and the indexes in some of the monetary freedom titles listed and filmed. An individual can only provide a pilot scheme. There are still many titles I have only heard of and never as yet seen. So how could I review them for such a handbook? And the material collected and filmed by me is already too large to be comprehensively indexed and abstracted and reviewed in a handbook, by myself alone. So any help is wanted and needed for this project, preferably in filmable print-outs & on ASCII disks. There are periods in the breakdown of empires and satellites and during civil wars and revolutions, where the existing monetary despotism could simply be ignored by people sufficiently informed on the monetary freedom options and technologies. Most of the required knowledge does already exist – but is still all too wide dispersed, to make a successful monetary freedom revolution not only possible but likely. – J.Z.

MONETARY FREEDOM NETWORK RUNDBRIEF, 4 S., Einfuehrung u. Inhaltsverzeichnis, Nr. 1-3, 29x, in PP 730, 1 S. 36x, in PP 736, RUNDBRIEF No.1 (no cover sheet), in German, 16pp, 36x, in PP 736, RUNDBRIEF, Nr. 1-3, ed. b. S. Schwenke & Theo Megalli, 1986/87, 55pp, in PP 741/742. Nr. 4, 2 S., 1988, in PP 795, Contents of issues 1-3, in PP 794. Nr. 5, 32pp, April 89, in PP 906.

MONETARY FREEDOM NETWORK, Berlin, letter by Siegfried Schwenke, 7 April 89, with some notes on discussions in the network, 5pp, 29x, in PP 905. 1pp leaflet, in PP 791.

MONETARY FREEDOM NETWORK, RUNDBRIEF, Nos. 1 – 8, 1986-1991, 254 S., 1-127, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

MONETARY FREEDOM SCHOLARS, Addresses from Cato Institute, 7th. annual monetary conference: Alternatives to Government Fiat Money, Feb. 89, 5pp, 29x, in PP 905.

MONETARY FREEDOM! – NEWSLETTER – AND …M I C R O F I C H E, Some initial notes, by John Zube, in pages 67, 139, 141, 144 in PP 913. No.1, Nov. 86, 6pp, 36x, in PP 736, 29x, in PP 708 & 731. – First 4 issues, Nov. 86 to Feb. 89, 24pp, 29x, in PP 867. A subscription to 4 issues, $ 8 ord. mail, $ 10 airmail, entitled to the subscriber’s choice of 8 monetary freedom or other microfiche offered by LMP. I have not bothered to put together another issue because there were so few subscribers. The one or two who have paid in advance can claim their value in my microfiche. After No. 4, I suspended further such issues but may take them up again if sufficient interest is shown. Otherwise, all such material will be offered only on fiche. I had hoped to draw up to 100 subscribers for such a newsletter and wanted then to pass the editing and publishing to someone else. An Obituary, or, No. 5, as a “free” supplement”, 12pp, in PP 1182. Also in PP 1195. – However, the microfiched monetary freedom and free banking series goes on and on! – J.Z.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: 33 diverse contributions in PP 25.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: Bibliography, 124pp, in PP 1022, which includes LMP titles. See : 7-12, 40 – 45, 50 – 56, 60/63, 77 – 84, 106, 145/46, 176, 201, 282, 288, 292, 299, 300, 312/15, 333, 337 – 339, 346/48, 350 – 354, 360, 372 – 375, 381, 391, 393/4, 420, 428 – 466 (E.G.: S. 227, 935, 995, 1007, et al), – 531, 532, 538, 540/2, 544/45, 548/49, 556, 558, 561, 564/6, 568, 586/87, 589/590, 600, 601, 605, 615, 631, 641/2, 644/45, 647, 656, 658, 665, 667/68, 688, 708, 715 – 717, 730 – 732, 734 – 742, 744/5, 756, 765, 769/70, 774, 778 – 780, 784 – 787, 791 – 796, 798, 802 – 806, 810, 812 – 815, 818, 823, 827, 855, 865/67, 893, 904 -906, 911 – 913, 936, 957, 962, 969 – 973, 979, 984, 995, 1000, 1004, 1006, 1008, 1013, 1015, 1018 (Carden), 1020, 1022, 1027, 1033, 1041/42, 1052-1061 (Ec. Notes 35 & 39 & TAME on BERRY, Koyame’s Diamond), 1089, 1111, 1118/19, 1121, 1132, 1151, 1157, 1168. See Real Bills Doctrine, Gold Standard, Gresham’s Law, Tax Foundation, Shop Foundation, Legal Tender, Central Banking, Truck System, ROBERT OWEN, B.R. TUCKER, S.P. ANDREWS, J. WARREN, K.H.Z. ZUBE, U.v. BECKERATH, W. ZANDER. H. RITTERSHAUSEN, J.M. ZUBE, SPOONER – TUCKER DOCTRINE: Pro & Con, 391, 564. See: SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, 568. Bibliographies in 647 & 1022.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: CHRISTIANSEN, GREGORY B., Mont Pelerin Society Buries Monetarism, competing currencies discussed instead, 1986, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 29. – I have not sighted any of these discussions yet. They keep them more or less buried. – J.Z.

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

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: ELLIS, BILL, Mutual Credit, pamphlet No. 1 by the publisher of TRANET, with a list of: 3CE: Coalition for Cooperative Community Economics – Resources, 3pp, n.d., in PP 1541/42: 412.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: Hometown Money Directory, I/1, October 94, “A resource list and directory of community currencies”, 2pp, in PP 1239. See : PP 1182 – 1188.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: POPP, EDWARD E., Dr., The Great Cookie Jar. Taking the Mysteries out of the Money System, 1978, 184pp, indexed, in PP 1360: 72. He defines basic terms alphabetically & proposes a degree of monetary freedom.


MONETARY FREEDOM, See: STRAUSS, ERWIN S., Let a Thousand “Dollars” Bloom, a 2pp monetary freedom statement, in PP 1367/68: 85.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: SWANN, ROBERT, Towards an Economy of Permanence. The Place of a Local Currency, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 869.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: UNWIN, J.D., HOPOUSIA or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society, 1940, indexed, 475 pp, including: HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Introduction, 17pp, in PP 1364: 1-110.

MONETARY FREEDOM, See: UNWIN, J.D., Our Economic Problems and their Solution, 1944, 148pp, an extract from “Hopousia”, but rearranged, in PP 1398: 1. – It advocates some monetary freedom and has been all too long out of print, although the number of unemployed and underemployed has by now reached 1 billion! But so far not even one in a million of these victims shows a serious interest in monetary despotism as the main cause and in monetary freedom as the main cure. – J.Z.

MONETARY HISTORY OF THE U.S., See: AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH, Barrington, ECONOMIC EDUCATION BULLETIN: The Pocket Money Book. A Monetary Chronology of the U.S., XXIX, No. 12, Dec. 1989, 51pp: 291, in PP 1506/07.



MONETARY LEGISLATION, H.R. 516, 101st Congress, 1st Session, Congressman Crane’s bill to authorize the Treasury to issue gold-backed bonds to the holders of accounts in federally insured financial institutions that are insolvent, 1p, in PP 1240. – Even that would not change their inherently wrongful nature as “investments” in tax slaves. – J.Z.

MONETARY LEGISLATION, H.R. 843, 101st Congress, 1st Session, Congressman Crane’s bill to provide that all federal Reserve notes and other currencies of the U.S. shall be redeemable in gold, 1p, in PP 1240. – That would introduce just another kind of exclusive and forced currency or monetary despotism rather than monetary freedom. – J.Z.

MONETARY LEGISLATION, H.R. 844, 101st Congress, 1st Session, Congressman Crane’s bill to audit the Fed, 1p, in PP 1240.

MONETARY LEGISLATION, JACKSON, WILLIAM D., Glass-Steagall Act, updated March 29, 89, CRS Issue Brief, 10pp, in PP 1240.

MONETARY LEGISLATION, what happens if it is absent, repealed or ignored? PP 589/90, 428ffp1651. – On a peaceful and fruitful as well as fast monetary revolution.

MONETARY LEGISLATION: H.R. 4358 To Repeal the Federal Reserve Act, 97th Congress, 1st Session 1p, in PP 1247.



MONETARY REVOLUTION, PP 8, 61-63, 399-401. See Monetary Freedom, Unemployment, Inflation.

MONETARY RIGHTS, PP 589/90, 428ffp1651,



MONETARY UTOPIA, PP 589/90, 428ffp1651,





MONEY MONOPOLY, See: SPARKS, JOHN A., Review, 2pp, of: HOLZER, HENRY MARK, Editor, Government’s Money Monopoly, Books in Focus, N.Y., 227pp: 379, in PP 1529-33.

MONEY REFORM, PP 586/7, 738, 743, 791, 793, 971/2, 1065 (Ezra Pound), see Gesell, Douglas, Kinney.

MONEY SHORTAGE, PP 12, 731, see Deflation, Credit Restriction, Crises, Monetary Despotism, Stagflation, Money Monopoly, Monetary Freedom.

MONEY, CHOZZA L.G., 100 Points for Free Trade, ca. 1903, 100pp, 29x, in PP 546.

MONEY, PP 12, 60, 77/78, 156, 41, 428ff:S. 287, 546/7, 556, 586/7, 628, 645, 696, 739, 791, 804 – 806, 810, 865, 906, 913, 971, 984, 995, 1052-61 (LA Ec. Notes 47), 1089, 1106, 1138, see bibliography on monetary freedom in PP 1022, MONEY, QUANTITIES THAT ARE NEEDED (When clearing is not perfect and all-embracing), PP 341. Compare Quantity Theory of Money.

MONEY, See: READ, LEONARD E., Those Things Called Money, 4pp: 452, in PP 1529- 33.

MONEYCHANGER, THE, Franklin Sanders’ monthly, here only a 2pp leaflet, in PP 1170.

MONEYLINE, International Weekly, Dec. 83, sample, 4pp, 48x, in PP 739.

MONGO STACK, I/1, April 1, 1990, 16pp, trying to mobilize humour in the cause of liberty, in PP 1423: 105-120.

MONGREDIEN, AUGUSTUS, History of the Free Trade Movement in England, 1881, here in a new edition, with introductory and supplementary chapters by Dr. H. de B. Gibbins, 1897, 200pp, in PP 1066.

MONITOR MONEY FOLDER, 1988, 28pp, Australian rep. for Harry Schultz, 29x, in PP 866.

MONNINGTON, KEITH, M.D., Life Extension. An Orthodox Medical View, Part I, 3pp:485, Part II, 2pp:508, in PP 1293/95.

MONNINGTON, KEITH, M.D., Roxithromycin and its Uses, 1p: 498, in PP 1293/95.

MONNINGTON, KEITH, Wine Drinking and Lifespan, 1p: 520, in PP 1293/95.


MONOPOLIES, PP 7, 30/31, 242, 722/3, 962, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 28, Paper by J.S. Shea), 1074, 1104,

MONOPOLIES, See: POOLE, ROBERT W, Free markets deter monopolies’ growth, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 289.

MONOPOLIES, THE MYTH OF MONOPOLY POWER, PP 290. (I hold that there are very powerful legal monopolies but, apart from some “natural monopolies”, no powerful private monopolies without government sanction and support. Naturally, you own yourself. That is a monopoly, too. And you have a moral monopoly on your own property and earnings. – J.Z.)

Monopoly are not seen by the author and the reviewer. – J.Z.

MONOPOLY STATE, See: BUTLER, ERIC D., Steps Towards the Monopoly State, in PP 1447/49.

MONOPOLY, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Monopoly, and the Role of Government, 9pp: 166, in PP 1529-33.

MONOPOLY, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Economic Freedom & Monopoly Power, 10pp: 240, in PP 1457/62.

MONOPOLY, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Market Limitations on Monopoly Power, 7pp: 288, in PP 1457/62.

MONOPOLY, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Myth of Monopoly Power, 1p: 219, in PP 1457/62.

MONOPOLY: SMITH, BARDFORD B., Monopoly and Competition, 13pp, in PP 1418: 42.

MONT PELERIN SOCIETY, THE, Prospectus for Pacific Regional Meeting, Sydney, August 85, 7pp, 29x, in PP 564. – It seems to have kept its papers well out of print and out of microfiche. I only saw some of them once, in London 1984. For a fraction of the costs of one meeting, they could get all of their papers permanently available on microfiche. – J.Z.

MONTAGU, ASHLEY, El Mito de la Violencia Humana, 3pp: 57, in PP 1494.

MONTAGU, ASHLEY, Foreword, 13pp, to Kropotkin, Mutual Aid, 29x, in PP 229.

MONTAGUE, PHILIP, Two Concepts of Rights, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 9, Sum. 80, 372-384, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1282, headed: Two Concepts of Rights.

MONTAIGNE, MICHEL DE, see ELDRIDGE, PAUL, Michel de Montaigne: Skeptic and Atheist. The Wisest Frenchman Who Was A Jew, 1950, Haldeman – Julius Publications, No. 890, 29pp, in PP 1157.

MONTE, ROBERT RIVES La, & H.L. MENCKEN, MEN versus THE MAN, a correspondence between Robert Rives La Monte, Socialist and H.L. Mencken, Individualist, 1910, 1972, 252pp, 24x, in PP 209.

MONTESSORI : WHELAN, JUDITH, The Other Class, 2pp, 96, on Montessori, in PP 1418: 124.


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

MONTESSORI, MARIA, See: KENNISON, MELANIE J.: Maria Montessori, 1p: 89, in PP 1498.

MONTGOMERY, ZACH., Poison Drops in the Federal Senate. THE SCHOOL QUESTION from a Parental and Non-Sectarian Stand-Point. An Epitome of the Educational Views of Zach Montgomery, compiled by himself from the U.S. Census Reports and from his own writings, 4th ed., 1889, 138pp. – This work was in 1972 reproduced in “The Right Wing Individualist Tradition in America”, ed. by Murray N. Rothbard & Jerome Tuccille, Arno Press & The New York Times, N.Y., 1972, in PP 1416: 92.

MONTHLY LESSON IN CRIMINAL POLITICS, A, Lawrence Patterson’s Financial Advisory Service, 30 June 86 sample copy, with special theme: Covert Surrender Process now under way! 14pp, in PP 817.

MONTHLY MEANDER, THE, THE MEANDER QUARTERLY, Newsletter of Evolutionary Anarchists, vols. I-IV, March 88 – April 93, ed. By Ed Stamm, et al, editorship frequently rotating, with some correspondence, 122pp, in PP 1109.

MONTONI, MARC, New Toll Collection Methods Raise Road Privatization Possibility, 1p, in PP 279.

MONTSENY, FREDERICA, Farewell, to Freie Arbeiter Stimme, 1971, 3pp, in Winter 1977 DANDELION, 29x, in PP 243.

MONTYON, Quelle influence ont des diverses especes d’impots sur la moralite, l’activite et l’industrie des peuples, in PP 778-783.

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

MOON, J. DONALD, Values and Political Theory: A Modest Defence of a Qualified Cognitivism, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS 39, 1977, 877-903, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p210. Headed: Politics and Objective Values.

MOON, JASPER, Freedom and Gold, 2pp, from FREEDOM FIRST, Autumn 1965, 29x, in PP 905.

MOONEY, STEPHEN, Carbon Bureauxide: Electronic Information and the Death of Parental Government, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 171.

MOORE, CAROL, Non-Violent Secessionist Strategies, June 1998, 7pp, in PP 1535: 1.

MOORE, CAROL, Alternative Constitutions, Radical Decentralization Alternatives, 7/86, 8pp, in PP 852.

MOORE, CAROL, Alternative Trade Networks, Draft, 7/86, 29x, in PP 865.

MOORE, CAROL, Constitution for Confederated Communities. A Guideline for Constitution-Making, 2pp: 9, in PP 1465.

MOORE, CAROL, Decentralist Directory, 3rd. d., April 88, 17pp, 29x, in PP 865.

MOORE, CAROL, Finding Freedom in your Backyard, 8pp, NOMOS, 5/6,1986, 29x, in PP 867.

MOORE, CAROL, Green party politics and libertaranism, 1pp, in PP 1382/85 : 258.

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

MOORE, CAROL, Review of: JACOBS, JANE, Cities and the Wealth of Nations, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 239.


MOORE, CAROL, Seven Decentralist Strategies, L.A., n.d., 2pp, in PP 1,021.

MOORE, CAROL, Trade Creates Money, How trade exchanges demonstrate the truth of libertarian theories of money, NOMOS, Spring 84, 5pp, 29x, in PP 865.

MOORE, FRAN, Kids’ Lib & Parents’ Lib, 1p, on the rights of children and parents, in PP 1274.

MOORE, J. HOWARD, The Law of Biogenesis, being two lessons on the origins of human nature, 1914, 123pp, 29x, in PP 530.

MOORE, J.F.C., Public Schools and Private Scruples, 1970, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.

MOORE, JOHN H., What Private Philantropy can – or Should – Do, 1p: 58, in PP 1469.

MOORE, JOHN, Acquarian Conspiracy, 2pp, a review of Marilyn Ferguson, The Acquarian Conspiracy, in PP 1166.

MOORE, JOHN, Chaos: A Review, 2pp, – of Hakim Bey, Chaos, in PP 1166.

MOORE, PHILIP H.,Taxation of Income, 3pp, 29x, in PP 484.

MOORE, RAYMOND AND DOROTHY, The Compulsory All-Day Kindergarten: When Freedom Isn’t Free, The Lincoln Institute, 8pp, 29x, in PP 770.

MOORE, RODERICK, A Preliminary Critical Analysis, 1986, LA Political Notes, No. 28, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

MOORE, RODERICK, Classes, Rights & Interests, 1989, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 37, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MOORE, RODERICK, Facts, Values and Racialism, LA Political Notes, No. 16, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697. – 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 50.

MOORE, RODERICK, Individualism, Materialism and Competition, LA Political Notes, No. 14, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MOORE, RODERICK, Money and how not to Privatise it: Concurrent Currencies vs. the Composite Commodity Standard, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 73, 4pp: 15, in PP 1487. – See under Free Banking & Monetary Freedom.

MOORE, RODERICK, No Contradictions: A Defence of Thatcherite Anti-Federalism against Post-Modernism, 96, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 175.

MOORE, RODERICK, Racialism and the Law, 1986, LA Legal Notes, No. 4, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MOORE, RODERICK, Science, Politics & Truth, 1987, 4pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MOORE, RODERICK, Self Help in the Past, the Present and the Future, 2pp of bibliography, in PP 1281/82.

MOORE, RODERICK, The Beginning of Life and the Right to Life, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MOORE, RODERICK, The Beginning of Life and the Right to Life, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 56.

MOORE, RODERICK, The Levellers: A Chronology and Bibliography, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

MOORE, RODERICK, The Monarchy and Britain’s Future, 95,4p, in PP 1334/35: 145.

MOORE, RODERICK, The Principled Society vs. the Principled Individual: A Critique of David Marquand’s The Unprincipled Society, 1991, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 59, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

MOORE, SALLY & KAPLAN, BONNIE, Censorship Is on the March, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p332. – Did it ever stop? – J.Z.

MOORE, THOMAS, SIR, Utopia, condensed, with a foreword by Miriam Allen deFord, 1944, 26pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, Digest 19, in PP 1222.

MOORE, THOMAS, The New Libertarians Make Waves, 5pp from FORTUNE, August 5, 1985, on conservative “libertarians”, in PP 1,016.

MOOREHOUSE, FRANK, What Can You Say? 5pp, 36x, in PP 412, p22. MOORHOUSE, JOHN C., Book Review of: Rent Control: A Popular Paradox, ed. by M.A. Walker, Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1975, 3pp, in PP 1153.

MOORHOUSE, JOHN C., The Mechanistic Foundations of Economic Analysis, REASON PAPERS 4, Winter 78, 49-67, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p625, headed: The Limits of Mechanistic Economics.


MORAL LAW, PP 328, 398, 1020,

MORAL LAW: PAUL, RON, Legislated Morality or Moral Law? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1445.

MORAL PERSUASION, See: MELLA, RICARDO, Some Thoughts on Moral Persuasion, 3pp: 141, in PP 1515.



MORALITY & BUSINESS, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., Morality and Business, 11pp: 7, in PP 1506/07.


MORALITY & CAPITALISM, See: HARRIS, RALPH, The Morality of Capitalism, 13pp: 38, in PP 1450.


MORALITY & FREE ENTERPRISE, PP 1015, 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 1).



MORALITY & MISSILES, PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, 408, compare Air Raids, Collective Responsibility, Nuclear Threat.



MORALITY, See: HOWARD, JOHN A., The Moral Equivalent of Power, 8pp: 55, in PP 1529- 33.

MORALITY: AMADOR, JORGE, Utility vs. Morality, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1661. – Alas, even that debate is not yet finished among libertarians. – J.Z.

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

MORALITY: PAUL, RON, Legislated Morality or Moral Law? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1445.


MORAN, A.J., Business Regulation – Its Scope, Costs and Benefits in Australia, 24pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.

MORAN, CHARLES, Money, 1863, 228pp. In PP 971. Of free banking interest. – J.Z.

MORAN, JOHN: ” Parsley”, from RESURGENCE, May-June 75, 1p, 29x, in PP 725.

MORDELL, ALBERT, Sham-Smashers At Work. A Study of the Aims and Methods of Haldeman-Julius’ Monthly and the Debunker, 1950, 48pp, in PP 1212.

MORDELL, ALBERT, Trailing E. Haldeman-Julius in Philadelphia and other Places. The early years of an author, editor and publisher who has done much to spread sound ideas on controversial topics, 1949, 66pp, series B-834, in PP 1213: Total: 433pp.

MORE, MAX, The Extropian Principles, 6pp introduction to EXTROPY, an optimistic libertarian futurist publication, which I would like to film if I could get all the copies and permission for filming. – J.Z. In PP 974.

MORE, THOMAS in Utopia: OF WARFARE, translation of this chapter by Ralph Robinson, 1937, 17pp, 29x, in PP 404.

MORE, THOMAS, Utopia, See: BODDY, ELENORE, Back to nowhere, a review of THOMAS MORE’s ‘Utopia’, 3pp, in PP 1377: 13.

MOREAU, PIERRE-FRANCOIS, Lexicology of JUS NATURALE Concepts, VERA LEX, Natural Law Society Review, 3, Winter/Spring 82, 3-4, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1645, headed: Natural Law Vocabulary.

MOREELL, BEN, Admiral, ADMIRAL’S LOG II, In Search of Freedom, a compilation of speeches and articles, 1960, 223pp, in PP 834.

MOREELL, BEN, Admiral, ADMIRAL’S LOG, THE, God, Man, Rights, Government, a compilation of speeches by Admiral Ben Moreell, 180pp, published by The Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, distributed also by FEE, in PP 834.

MOREELL, BEN, In Search of freedom, 22pp, in PP 1,013.

MOREELL, BEN, It Is Not Enough to Be an Engineer, 1965, 15pp, in PP 1,013.

MOREELL, BEN, Of Bread and Circuses, address, Oct. 5, 1955, 22pp, delivered in Houston, Texas, in PP 1,020.

MOREELL, BEN, The Role of American Business in Social Progress, an address, Indianapolis, December 7, 1955, 23pp, in PP 1,013.

MOREIRA, PETER, UK Bank Goes for Brokers by Video, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 487. On video-phone connection to brokers.

MOREITZ, MICHAEL, Ueberlegungen zum Verhaeltnis von Existentialismus und Anarchismus, 14 S., in PP 1326.


MORESE, H.B., Guilds of China, The, Extract, from p 60, on a Chinese predecessor to Milhaud’s purchasing certificates, 1p, in PP 810.

MORGAN, ARTHUR E., The Community of the Future and the Future of Community, 6pp, in PP 1386/91: 681. – This deals only with TERRITORIAL intentional communities! – J.Z.

MORGAN, DAVID, Canada: Reform Is on the Way. 2pp, in PP 1287/89p193. (That’s what I am afraid of! J.Z.)

MORGAN, EDMUND S., Review Article of Gary Wills, Inventing America: Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence, N.Y., Doubleday, 1978. In THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS 25, August 17, 1978, 38-40, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p412, headed: Jefferson on Slavery.

MORGAN, HUGH, interviewed by Prof. Lawrence W. Reed, 1988: “WMC Chief Trashes Paper Money, 2pp, THE OPTIMIST, Nov./Dec. 88, in PP 810.

MORGAN, JOSEPH P., Inflation and Its Cure, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

MORGAN, JOSEPH P., The Campus Crisis, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 205.

MORGAN, SAMPSON, Apple Growing in England, 1891, 6pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

MORGAN, SAMPSON, Protection for Fruit Growers, 1891, 2pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

MORIARTY, GISELA, A Sluggish Bureaucracy Endangers Children, FEE, 1976, 1p, on “consumer protection, in PP 998.

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

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

MORLEY, FELIX, State and Society, IHS, 1978, 26pp, in PP 1424: 118. – This is from chapter 5 of his 1949 book: “The Power in the People”. – Frank Chodorov wrote a book on State and Society: “The Rise and Fall of Society”, The Devin-Adair Co., 1959, 168pp. After many years of book searching in bookshops, I did finally manage to get a copy of it. To me it seems to be a classic work on the subject & I extracted many “slogans for liberty” from it. I would like to reproduce this book, too, if I could get the reproduction permission. Alas, according to some correspondence with its publisher, even they seem to be in some doubt about whether some of their titles are o.o.p. or not. Some were asserted to be in print still, although they were not listed in their literature list. Moreover, as usual, they are not prepared to bring out their o.o.p. titles on microfiche or allow others to do so. – What can the cause of freedom do with such friends? – J.Z., 11.9.97.

MORLEY, FELIX, State and Society, IHS, 1978, 27pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p279, headed: State and Society.

MORLEY, FELIX, The Design of Freedom, 10pp, 1961, in PP 1,015.

MORLEY, JOHN, Burke, in the series English Men of Letters, edited by John Morley, 1980, 9th thousand impression, 216pp, in PP 1065.

MORLEY, JOHN, On Compromise, London, N.Y., 1888. (1stt edition was 1885.) 295pp, in PP 1,047.


MORLEY, JOHN, The Life of Richard Cobden, 2 volumes, 1380pp, 1881, 24x, in PP 96-105 (10 microfiche). (Why Cobden was so successful should be worthy of further study. J.Z.)


MORNIN, EDWARD, A forgotten Ahasver poem by John Henry Mackay, MODERN LANGUAGE NOTES 87, 1972, 499-502, in PP 1351.

MORNIN, EDWARD, A late German Imitation of Walter Scott, GERMANIC NOTES 17, 1986, 49-51, in PP 1351.

MORNIN, EDWARD, Anarchism and Literature, Collected Essays on John Henry Mackay, 1996, 63 pages, in PP 1351:1- 60. NOTE: All rights reserved to the author.

MORNIN, EDWARD, Characterization in the Writings of the Anarchist John Henry Mackay, 1980, 16pp, 42x, in PP 606.

MORNIN, EDWARD, From Propaganda to Literature: Remarks on the Writings of John Henry Mackay, SEMINAR 18, 1982, 184-195, in PP 1351.

MORNIN, EDWARD, Some Unpublished Works by John Henry Mackay, SEMINAR 22, 1986, 55-70, in PP 1351.

MORNIN, EDWARD, Taking Games Seriously. Observations on the German Sports-Novel, GERMANIC REVIEW 51, 1976, 278-95, in PP 1351.

MORNIN, EDWARD, The Swimmer, translation from Mackay’s Der Schwimmer, with introduction, THE STORM, N.Y., 16-17, 1986/87, 32-39, in PP 1351.

MORPHY, HOWARD, Title to their Land, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p 355.

MORRELL, STEPHEN O., 1980, An Open Discussion on Aspects of a Freely Competitive Monetary Arrangement, 2pp, 29x, in PP 544.

MORRILL, JUSTIN S., The Tariff, 1881, 24pp, 29x, in PP 602.

MORRIS, DAVID, Comments on the Children’s Rights Panel, in PP 1373/75: 52-53.

MORRIS, NOMI, Europe’s Gypsies fight for a permanent campsite, 1992 clipping, 3 pp, in PP 1157. They should rather fight for a permanent status of exterritorial autonomy. – J.Z.

MORRIS, WILLIAM, See: LIDDLE, TERRY, William Morris (1834-1896): Critic of State Socialism, LIBERTARIAN HERITAGE No. 17, 2pp: 47, in PP 1487.

MORRISON, WILLIAM R., Tariff Reform, 10 pp, 29x, in PP 602.

MORRISSETT, ELIZABETH, of AURORA LIBRARIES, to ZUBE, JOHN, 21 May 80, with reply, 31 May 80, 3pp, in PP 907-910.

MORRONE, GEORGE, God, Caesar and Me, 5pp, in PP 1409/10: 223.

MORROW, C. DAVID, Freedom & Men’s Issues, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 240.

MORROW, JOHN H., Jr., Industrial Mobilization in World War I: The Prussian Army and the Aircraft Industry, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY, USA, 37, 1977, 26-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p121. Headed: Wartime Regulation.

MORSE, ROBERT, Cheap Building, 1970, 3pp, 24x, in PP 15.

MORSE, SIDNEY H., Chips from my Studio, 21pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, May 1877, 30pp Aug. 1877, 22pp Nov. 1877 & 22pp Feb. 1978, 29x, in PP 373-375.

MORSE, SIDNEY H., Letter on Josiah Warren, ca. 2pp: 78, in PP 1481.

MORSE, STEPHEN J., Crazy Behavior, Morals, and Science: An Analysis of Mental Health Law, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 51, May 78, 527-654, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p488, headed: Mental Health Law and Autonomy.

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

MORSEL, HENRI, Contribution a l’histoire des ententes industrielles ( a partir d’un example, L’industrie des chlorates), (A Contribution to the History of Industrial Alliances: The Chlorate Industry ), REVUE D’HISTOIRE ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIALE 54, 1976, 118-129, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p417, headed : French War “Planification”: Chlorates.


MORTLOCK, BRYCE, The Search for Quality, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p395.

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

MORUS, THOMAS, Utopia, 1516. Nur ein Auszug: Kapitel: Vom Kriege, 14 S., 29x, in PP 404.

MOSBY, ALINE, France turns on to radio, 1p, 1981, 29x, in PP 723.

MOSER, CHARLES, ed., Combat on Communist Territory, 2pp flyer for book, 29x, in PP 864.

MOSES, AS APOSTLE OF FREEDOM, as seen by George, PP 329 & 520.

MOSHER, STEVEN, A Mother’s Ordeal, 1987, 2pp, on compulsory abortion in China, in PP 1121.


MOSQUITOS, See: PHELAN, AMANDA, Dealing with mozzies just takes a little common scent, SMH 29.12.97, 1p: in PP 1493. – On LEPTOSPERMUM LIVERSIDGEI, known as the mozzie blocker plant: 115, in PP 1493.- ROBSON, FRANK, Once bitten… , SMH 23.8.97, on mosquitos and ROSS RIVER FEVER, 4pp: 116, in PP 1493. – What doctors often do not know, do not tell or do not care about, should be compiled to fill xyz databases and reference works. How many diseases are transmitted by mosquitoes, flies, fleas etc.? Yet many doctors would still absolutely deny that e.g. AIDS could be so transmitted, although a few % of the cases of this infection remain unexplained. – J.Z., 1.1.98.

MOSS, LAURENCE S., The Power Elite Revisited, 7pp, in PP 984.

MOSSE, CLAUDE, Comment s’elabore un myth politique: Solon, ‘pere fondateur’ de la democratie athenienne. (The Development of a Political Myth: Solon, Founding Father of Athenian Democracy.).

MOST, JOHANN, Beast and Monster. The Beast of Property, The Social Monster, 2 essays on anarchism, a reprint by Fred Woodworth of THE MATCH, 16pp, in PP 882.

MOST, JOHANN, Es lebe der Tyrannenmord (Originaltitel:”Endlich!”), 1881, 6 S., 29x, in PP 730.

MOST, JOHANN, La Peste Religiosa, Genova, 1957, 21pp, with introduction by VIRGILIO MILAZZO, 2pp: 101, in PP 1489.


MOST, JOHANN, The God Pestilence, 1983 reprint, 18pp, including 2 introductory ones by WOODWORTH, FRED: 77, in PP 1496.

MOST, JOHN, Der Kommunistische Anarchismus, 15 S., in PP 1326.

MOST, JOHN, Die Gottespest, 21 S., 29x, in PP 416.

MOST, JOHN, Die Herrschaft, 2 S., in PP 1322: 25.

MOST, JOHN, Kommunistischer Anarchismus, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 10, 32, mit 5 S. Lebenslauf, anon., enthaelt: Der Kommunistische Anarchismus, 15 S. & Die anarchistischen Kommunisten an das Proletariat, 6 S., 1892, in PP 1157.

MOST, JOHN, Kommunistischer Anarchismus, in PP 1325.

MOST, JOHN, See: BAGINSKI, MAX, The Pioneer of Communist Anarchism in America, 4pp, on John Most, in PP 1359.

MOTHER EARTH NEWS, The Borsodi Constant: An Inflation-Free Currency, 2pp, May 1974, 24x in PP 145-146.

MOTHER EARTH, VI/1, March 1911, 36pp & VI/10, Dec. 1911, 36pp, in PP 1359 : 20.

MOTHER EARTH, Vol. II, Nov. 1907, published by Emma Goldman, 70pp, reprint by THE MATCH, 1986, 29x, in PP 902.

MOTLER, L.A., The New Anarchism, FREEDOM, 1919, 3pp, in PP 959.

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

MOURGUES, THIBAUT, Order and Justice: The Truth, 1p, in PP 1535: 90. – A classical liberal and limited government statist. – J.Z.

MOUTOUX, DAVID C., God’s View of Tax Rebellion, 2pp, in PP 1247. – How can one contact a God as a tax advisor? – J.Z.

MOVEMENT AGAINST URANIUM MINING, NEWSLETTER, Nov. 1984 & March 1985, 24pp, 29x, in PP 725.

MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, Countereconomics, 5pp, in PP 1369/70: 281.

MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, Introduction, 4pp, in PP 1369/70: 279, 4pp, in PP 1417: 132.

MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, NEW LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISES, The Nuclear Question, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1369/70: 277.

MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, Our Enemy, the Party, 2pp, in PP 1369/70: 283.

MOVEMENT OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEFT, Position Paper No. 1, April 83, Revisionist Series : Libertarian Revisionist History, 1p, in PP 1350: 125.

MTM, Many to Many, See: COOPERATIVES AND COMMUNITY MTM, The New Action Linkage Network, also called THE NEW ACTION LINKAGE NETWORKER, Feb. 90, No. 57 – July 90, No. 62, vol. 1, no. 2 – vol 7, no. 7, ca. 295pp, in PP 1238.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, Ascona Monte Verita e Schegge, 89, 109p, in PP 1347 : 103. – It contains the following articles : a) Ascona, b) Monte Verita – Ascona, La Storia di un Monte, c) Incontro con Ascona e Congedo, d) Sapienza, Coscienza, Scienza, e) La Liberta Come Principio Sociale. – Muehsam’s anarchist writings have never appealed to me but he does have his fans. – To each the anarchism – or statism of his type, at his or her own risk and expense! – J.Z.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, Der Befreiungskampf der Arbeiterschaft, 4 S., in PP 1356 : 19.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, Der Geist der Freiheit, 32 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 13, in PP 1154.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, Der Hochverratsprozess gegen Erich Muehsam, 2 S., in PP 1322: 48.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, See: LEWIN ROLAND: Erich Muehsam (in French), in PP 1361.

MUEHSAM, ERICH, Tolstois Vermaechtnis, 10 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 8, in PP 1154.

MUELBERGER, ARTHUR, Hrsg., Kapital und Zins, Die Polemik zwischen Bastiat und Proudhon, 1896, 232pp, 29x, in PP 617.

MUELBERGER, ARTHUR, P.-J. Proudhon, Leben und Werke, 1898, 1979, 245pp, indexiert, mit 5 S. Nachwort von Kurt Zube, 24x, in PP 293.

MUELLENDER, BERND, Koeln, “Wir sind schwach, aber darin stark”. 70 Jahre Internationale Arbeiter Assoziation. Die Anarchisten der Welt riefen zum Kongress nach Koeln. Die anarchistische Internationale als Retterin der Ausgebeuteten. Der Organisation fehlen die Mitglieder und ein neuer Bakunin. 1 S., in PP 1291p248. date? source?

MUELLER, ADAM, Lesestueck, 1809, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 29x, in PP 620.

MUELLER, HANS, Michael Bakunin und der revolutionaere Anarchismus, 1919, 21 S.: 94, in PP 1503.

MUELLER, HANS, Michael Bakunin, Der revolutionaere Anarchismus, Zuerich, 1919, 31pp, in PP 1074.

MUELLER, KARL von, has produced his first few microfiche. They are still somewhat imperfect, but then my first ones were far from perfect, too, at least with regard to the reduction rate and the number of pages they contained. Direct all your enquiries and orders to him, not to me. I have only samples of his output on hand so far. Address: KARL VON MUELLER, EXANIMO PRESS, P.O. BOX 18, SEGUNDO, CO 81070, USA. His titles: EXANIMO 1: Karl von Mueller, Vibrating Gold Concentrator, 49pp, 1 fiche, EXANIMO 2: Tron Miller, Gold Rocker Handbook, 40pp, 1 fiche, EXAMIMO 3: Karl von Mueller, The Coinshooters Manual, 48pp, 1 fiche, EXANIMO 4: Warren Merkitch, The Beachcomber’s Handbook, 48pp, 1 fiche, EXANIMO 5, Deek Gladson, Treasure of the Valley of Secrets, 37pp, 1 fiche, Exanimo 6 (?, unmarked as such!) CoC-1, Small Business Legal Handbook, 272pp, on 5 fiche, EXANIMO 7, Gold Dredger’s Handbook I, 45pp, sideways! on 1 fiche, EXANIMO 8, Gold Dredger’s Handbook, II, by Karl von Mueller, 48pp, on 1 fiche, EXANIMO 9, Legal Unlicensed Radio Broadcast Stations, 40pp, on 1 fiche, EXANIMO 10, R.J. Santschi, Modern Divining Rods, 69pp, sideways! on 1 fiche. Prices unknown. Why should I bother to list other libertarians, who so far produced even less on fiche and mostly of less quality, too? When they have a number of quality fiche to offer, I will gladly list them, too. An effort like the production of a single fiche hardly deserves much praise. And those who produced a dozen should not expect to conquer the world with them – unless there are hundreds to thousands like them, and they do run at least a common listing. – J.Z.

MUELLER, MILTON, Affirmative Action: Quota to End all Quotas? 4pp, Jan. 79, from THE LIBERTARIAN REVIEW, in PP 1234. I hold that all back issues of this journal ought to be made cheaply accessible on microfiche. I hold quite a few issues but not the complete set. All book reviews of all libertarian books should be made easily accessible. I would also love to see, for each important book, not only a compilation of its published reviews but also of most of the other discussions of it, reproduced at least on microfiche. J.Z.

MUELLER, MILTON, Back to Basics, review of: SPRING, JOEL, Educating the Worker – Citizen, Longman, 230pp, 5pp, in PP 1373/75: 42-46.

MUELLER, MILTON, Convention Report, 1p, 1977, on the largest libertarian gathering so far, attracting 1,200 people, in PP 1312/1314: 155.

MUELLER, MILTON, Freeing the Airways, Defining Property Rights, 1p, in PP 277/278: 199.

MUELLER, MILTON, Freeing the Airways, Defining Property Rights, 1p, in PP 278.

MUELLER, MILTON, Hawks on the Wing. Draft Killed but Militarism Lives on, 4pp, 1979: 13, in PP 1514.

MUELLER, MILTON, Nuclear Power: Child of the Corporate State, 5pp: 85, in PP 1506/07.

MUELLER, MILTON, Toward a Coherent Strategy, 2 pp, in PP 277/278: 12.

MUELLER, MILTON, Toward a Coherent Strategy, 2pp, in PP 277.

MUELLER, MILTON, Which Way for the Libertarian Movement? 1979, 3pp: 6, in PP 1514.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Buchrezension: Heinrich Nuhn; August Spies – ein hessischer Sozialrevolutionaer in Amerika, 1 S.: 44, in PP 1456.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Der Aberglaube an den Staat, 4 S.: 50, in PP 1456.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Die Aktualitaet von J. H. Mackay, 4 S., in PP 1408: 64.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Die Prosa John Henry Mackays, 1986, 108 S., mit Literaturverzeichnis. – Freie wissenschaftliche Arbeit zur Erlangung des Grades eines Magister Artium am Fachbereich Germanistic der Freien Universitaet Berlin. Verfilmt mit Genehmigung des Verfassers, in PP 1329: 1. – Ergaenzungen zum obigen Literaturverzeichnis, 1991, 2 S., ibid: 108.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Gewaltbegriff by John Henry Mackay, Der, 10pp, 29x, in PP 667.

MUELLER, THOMAS, Wollen Sie Ihr Leben lang Miete bezahlen… 2 S.: 9, in PP 1456.

MUELLER-VOGG, HUGO, Der Staat muss delegieren, Privatisierung in Amerika (III), FAZ, 13.12.86, 1 S., in PP 1323: 21. – 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

MUELLER-VOGG, HUGO, Eastern-Belegschaft arbeitet weiter fuer weniger Lohn. Doch die “mitbestimmte” Fluggesellschaft tut sich mit den Gewerkschaften schwer, 1 S., FAZ, 5.3.85, in PP 1323: 36.

MUELLER-VOGG, HUGO, Fuenfundsechzig Bedienstete fuer 41 000 Einwohner. Privatisierung in Amerika, II: 79, in PP 1493. – Aus DIE WELT ? 11.12.1986. – That is still 65 too many. Let at least those who want to run their own lives independently opt out from this reduced bureaucracy as well. – J.Z. 5.6.98.

MUENDIGE BUERGER, 2 S. Flugblatt (Laemmel Volkswirtschaft), 29x, in PP 725.

MUERLING, STEFAN & ERMACORA, HUGH R., WA Union Perspectives on Worker Participation, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

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

MUIR, ANDRES, in TC, No. 149, of 24 July 87, on CYGNUS bulletin board, page 511, in PP 907-910. (Are there libertarian bulletin boards open to submissions on floppies, by mail, from LMP, containing some of its writings and its literature lists? J.Z.)

MULFORD, PRENTICE, Das Gesetz des Erfolges, 2 S., frei bearbeitet und verkuerzt von Sir Galahad, Grundstimmung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 138.

MULFORD, PRENTICE, Eine Methode Mut zu zuechten, 2 S., sehr frei bearbeitet und gekuerzt von Sir Galahad, Lebenskunst, innere Abhaertung, in IDEEN ARCHIV, IN pp 1330-32: 21.

MULFORD, PRENTICE, Einige praktische geistige Rezepte, 2 S., Erfolgstechnik, frei bearbeitet u. verkuerzt von Sir Galahad, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 203. – Solche Erfolgsmethoden lenken ab von der Erfolgsmethodes des Ideen Archivs! – J.Z. 9/97.

MULFORD, PRENTICE, Wie man sein Unternehmen foerdert, 2 S., Selbstrationalisierung, Grundstimmung, frei bearbeitet und verkuerzt von Sir Galahad, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 190.

MULLEN, PATRICK, Government, An Ideal Concept. Part I: Toward a Valid Definition of the State, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 85.

MULLEN, PATRICK, The Non Sequitur of Anarcho-Libertarianism, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 76.

MULLEN, PATRICK, The Trader, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 60.

MULLER, GERALD, The True Face of Marxism, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 96.

MULLER, LEE, Individual Rights Meaningless without Means to Defend them, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1852.

MULTATULI (E.D. DEKKER ), Fuerstenschule, Schauspiel in 5 Aufzuegen, 95 S., n.d., in PP 1251.

MULTICULTURALISM, PP 721. It ought to be advanced, from cultural to political, economic and social autonomy, on an exterritorial and voluntary basis. Otherwise it is just another form of more or less democratic or republican imperialism or federalism. As practised now, it amounts rather to compulsory than voluntary integration, since its voluntary segregationism is confined to a narrow view of culture, which excludes e.g. private monies and alternative justice systems. J.Z.


MULTI-HYPOTHESIS VS. SINGLE-HYPOTHESIS THINKING: MATIASZ, JORJ, Polarity Thinking vs. Integrative Thinking, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 645.

MULTILOG PROJECT OF JAMES KOEHNLINE, PP 907-910. More on this was fiched. See: Koehnline. Perhaps some of those he contacted, and those contacted by Victor Koman, for his MAPA project, could still become micrographically activated? – I tried it with some, in vain re MULTILOG. I have so far no information on the number and the responses of the MAPA project. A mere dozen micrographically active people can already do so much for themselves and for others. The output of hundreds could be listed together and accessed in parts but could no longer be fully read by anyone, during current lifespans. Thus, if you can interest and motivate into micrographic publishing action a mere dozen people, please do so. You could realize Friedrich Schiller’s saying: “How fertile is the smallest circle, if it is well cared for!” – J.Z.

MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS, See: AUREOUS, SKY D’ & HALL, NATALEE, Multi-National Corporations – Cause for Optimism, 2pp: 659, in PP 1457/62.

MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS, See: PETERSON, MARK, The Multinational Corporation, 6pp: 147, in PP 1529- 33.


MUN, THOMAS, Lesestueck, 1664, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 15pp, 29x, in PP 620.

MUNDAY, R.A.I. & STEVENSON, J.A., Guns & Violence, The Debate before Lord Cullen, leaflet, 4pp: 32, in PP 1516.

MUNIS, G. & ZERZAN, J., Unions Against Revolution: two essays, Red & Black Detroit, 1975, 62pp, in PP 1239. The Munis essay gave the main title. Zerzan’s essay is titled: Organized Labour versus ‘The Revolt against Work'”.

MUNJITSCH, PETER, Die soziale Lage und Bewegung in Serbien, 1907/8, 8 S., 29x, in PP 349.

MUNOS, V., Una bibliografia de Max Nettlau en lose suplementos semanales y quincenales de “LA PROTESTA” DE BUENOS AIRES, 6pp, in PP 1400: 102.

MUNOZ, V., Introduccion, 5pp, in PP 1400: 76, to NETTLAU, MAX, La Paz Mundial.

MUNOZ, V., Una cronologia de Henry David Thoreau, in RECONSTRUIR, No. 48, in PP 1134.

MUNOZ, V., Una cronologia de Max Nettlau, 9pp, in PP 1400: 78.

MUNROE, D.H., Godwin, Oakeshott, and Mrs. Bloomer, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 34, 1974, 611-624, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p202. Headed: Social Determinism and Objective Values.

MUNSON, CHUCK, Voting and Elections, 2pp, 1992, in PP 1191.

MUNZER, EGBERT, Dr., co-author of FOUR LAW DRAFTS (see Beckerath), 97pp, 24x, in PP 40.

MUNZER, EGBERT, Dr., Die Vier Gesetzentwuerfe, eine Erwiderung auf Prof. M. Palyi’s Kritik, 29x, PP 428ff, S. 523,534; Fragen Neumarks, S. 598; Staatspapiergeld, S. 620; Kanadisches Geldwesen, S. 1207.

MURALT, ALEX von, Der Woergler Versuch mit Schwundgeld, 1934, 11 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

MURALT, ALEX. von, The Woergl Experiment with Depreciating Money, 10pp, 1934, 36x, in PP 769.


MURPHY, WILLIAM J., Jr., Alexis de Tocqueville in N.Y.: The Formulation of the Egalitarian Thesis, NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY 61, Jan./April 77, 68-79, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p525, headed: DeTocqueville and Equality.

MURRAKUT, TO MOULD THE WORLD, The Story of the Fabians, Options Series, September 1984, by the Australian Adam Smith Club, 20pp, in PP 980. Also in PP 923. – People with a bad memory like mine, tend to repeat their jokes and their other reproductions. – J.Z.

MURRAY, CHARLES, In Pursuit of Happiness and Good Government, here only a 1p review, by OVERVIG, ARLEN, in PP 492.

MURRAY, CHARLES, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, The Libertarianism of CHARLES MURRAY: An Appreciation, POLITICAL NOTES No. 138, 2pp: 87, in PP 1487.

MURRAY, CHARLES, The American Experience with the Welfare State, 16pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

MURRAY, TOM, Meet the New Alternative to the Post Office – IPSA, an interview with Tom Murray, president of the Independent Postal System of America, in ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION, Jan. 1969, 2pp, in PP 1,019.

MUSCALUS, JOHN A., Dictionary of Paper Money, Bridgeport, Penns., 1947, 16pp of text & many illustrations of paper money, private issues included, in PP 980.

MUSIC IS BRAINFOOD, See: LLOYD, JAMES, Music Is Brainfood, 1997 clipping, 1p: 92, in PP 1489.

MUSIC, DEVELOPED, PP 199. A Melbourne anarchist (Ian Syms?), who recently has died, told me in 1986 that rock music tends to collectivize the listener and stops thinking while classical music would tend to individualize and stimulate thinking. Has any research been done on this and published? If true, to some extent, then to what degree is such “treatment” effective? Does it differ for each individual? Have we become the puppets of rock musicians? What about folk, country, jazz, etc.? According to a recent radio report, public classical music playing at Bankstown Railway Station (Sydney) has reduced vandalism, hooliganism and mugging there. I would like to hear more about such experiments. – J.Z.



MUSKELKRAFTFLUG DES MENSCHEN, 2 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 45. Forschung, Flugwisssenschaft. – Inzwischen erfunden. J.Z.


MUSSOLINI, See: MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Pope and the Italian Jackal. – How Mussolini’s Invincible Legions Were Blessed, Haldeman – Julius Publications, The Black International No. 8, 1942, 31pp, in PP 1225.

MUSTE, A.H., Where Are We Going? The Fellowship of Reconciliation, N.Y., n.d., 1941? 23pp, in PP 1267. Do they know, by now? J.Z.

MUSTE, A.J. & OLMSTEAD, FRANK, Peace Is Their Profession, on conscientious objection, 6pp, in PP 1097.

MUSTE, A.J. to BIDDLE, FRANCIS, 4pp, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.

MUSTE, A.J., Getting Rid of War, National Policy and Personal Responsibility, 1959 speech, prepared by him for publication, distributed by American Friends Service Committee, 12pp, in PP 1267. – The close relationship between individual liberties and peace remained unknown to him – and to most other peace writers and activists. – J.Z.

MUSTE, A.J., MEMORIAL INSTITUTE ESSAY SERIES, Nos. 1 – 12, 579pp, in PP 1123. Obviously, most of these essays were written by communists and State socialists rather than libertarians or anarchists. But they contain some libertarian voices. The essays are separately listed by author.

MUSTE, A.J., Orbituary for A.J. Muste, Feb. 11, 1967, 1p, from Fellowship of Reconciliation, in PP 1,015.

MUSTE, A.J., Portions of Memorandum of April 3, 1942, 5pp, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.

MUSTE, A.J., Wage Peace Now! The Fellowship of Reconciliation, N.Y., n.d., before or during W.W. II, 31pp, reading list, in PP 1321. I’d rather microfiche more anarchist and libertarian peace writings. Alas, they are still rare. For my own see especially PP 16-18 & 61-63, with the latter, in German, in PP 399 – 401. – J.Z.

MUSTE, ABRAHAM JOHANNES, Who Has the Spiritual Atom Bomb? 1968, 33pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123. A misleading analogy. The atom bomb is not powerful but merely destructive. Or was he thinking not of spiritual fission but fusion? I find Leonard E. Read’s “Release All Creative Energies!” much more enlightening. and hold that e.g. individual secessionism and exterritorially autonomus panarchies, monetary freedom, tyrannicide, rightful war and peace aims, ideas archives and talent registries, encyclopedias of the best refutations of popular myths errors and prejudices, slogans for liberty compilations, unilateral free trade and propertarian cooperative productive experiments, as well as microfiching, have much to offer in this direction. – J.Z.

MUSTO, DAVID F., Lessons of the First Cocaine Epidemic, 1885 – 1920s, WSJ,June 11, 1986, 1p, in PP 1362/63: 27.

MUTUAL AID, PP 229, 621.


MUTUAL CONVENIENCE RELATIONSHIPS vs. SINGLE CONVENIENCE RELATIONSHIPS, PP 390, 865, 987. See Don Werkheiser. (I have the unfinished manuscript of his magnum opus – but have not yet got around to transcribe it. If he had computerized himself, he would probably, by now, have finished it. Some people are glacially slow in adopting micrographics. Some are even slow in adopting PCs. Never mind how bright they are otherwise. J.Z.)


MUTUALISM, PP 197, 957,

MUTUALIST ASSOCIATES, THE, L.A., What Mutualism Is, n.d., 8pp, in PP 957.

MYCALL SUNANDA UNIVERSITY, World Peace Game, 14pp: 131, in PP 1475. – To run a worthwhile brainstorming session one must have some knowledge, ideas and brains. Otherwise, as in most peace congresses: GIGO. – J.Z.

MYER, RUSSELL, So You Want to Be Your Own Boss? 1p comic, in PP 1271.

MYERS, DAVID MICHAEL, Letter, re: Archy & Anarchy: The state of the debate, by TIBOR R. MACHAN, 1972, 1p: 668, in PP 1457/62.

MYERS, Notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. MYHRE, OYVIND, Science Fiction: A Vision of Liberty, 1986, LA Cultural Notes No. 9, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

MYINT, H., Adam Smith’s Theory of International Trade in the Perspective of Economic Development, ECONOMICA, UK, 44, Aug. 77, 231-248, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p319, headed: Free Trade and Development.

MYKLEBUST, JOEL B., An Equitarian Analysis of Some Problems for Libertarians, 5pp, in PP 274.

MYKLEBUST, JOEL B., An Equitarian Analysis of some Problems for Libertarians, 5pp, in PP 274: 111.

MYOB, PP 981.

MYOB, See: SUMMER, BRIAN, On Minding One’s Own Business, 1p: 504,in PP 1529-33. – If libertarians really bothered to mind their own business, namely, to make all libertarian knowledge cheaply and easily accessible to anyone interested, they would have long ago adopted some of the alternative media for this. – J.Z.