N.K., Plans for a New World Order, Review of: CHASE, STUART, The Road We Are Traveling, 2pp: 130, in PP 1480.

N.T.U., National Taxpayers’ Union: How to Start a Local Taxpayer Group, 20pp, 24x, in PP 212/213.

N.W., The Anarchists of Chicago. 1886: Haymarket: 1986. Haymarket and May Day, a centennial history 1886-1986, 12 pp, from FREEDOM, May 1986, in PP 1129.

N.W., Ueber Anarchismus, 2pp from NEUES BEGINNEN, 1969, in PP 890.

NA GRIAMEL: HOSPERS, JOHN, Na-Griamel’s Freedom Fight, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 473.

NACHRICHTEN DER WOCHE, 6.3.49, Die freie Forschung, 2 S., ueber “Dilettanten”, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 43.

NAFTEL, AVI, A Cancer in our Guts, 4pp, in PP 1440/42: 505, on drugs & the war against drugs.

NAFTEL, AVI, Criminals! 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

NAGEL, ED, Unschooling the Parents, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 487.

NAGEL, PAUL, Geld und Boden, Wissenschaftliche und doch allgemeinverstaendliche, ueberaus plastische Darstellung neuer Erkenntnisse vom Wesen der Wirtschaft, ihrer Fehler und deren Beseitigung. Systematische Darstellung einer krisenlosen, ausbeutungsfreien Wirtschaftsordnung, 1928, 264 S.: 1- 68, in PP1519. – Paul Nagel was an exceptional Gesellian (1 in perhaps 100,000), in that he advocated monetary freedom, in the vain hope that “Schwundgeld” (depreciating or stamped money) would be competitive under monetary freedom conditions. Peaceful coexistence with such Gesellians is possible. The others are authoritarians or even totalitarians in their main proposals. – J.Z.

NAGEL, WOLFGANG, Wer soll das alles lesen! (Who could read all that?) 3pp from STERN, pages 523-525 in PP 907-910. More choice, not more reading is required! People who read on a higher level, will have a chance to arrive at a still higher level. Each to get the chance to reach the writings that are of highest interest to him. The rest will be easy. It would be like each person finding his best friends from all potential ones for him in the whole world. – J.Z.

NA-GRIAMEL FEDERATION: The Visit of Jimmy Moli Stevens, President of Na-Griamel Federation, to Australia, in 1979, 5pp, also 10 pp, headed ‘LIBERTY IN PARADISE’, probably from AGAINST THE WALL, all supplied by John Hospers, in PP 958.

NA-GRIAMEL FEDERATION, 12 U.S. clippings and letters, and some articles, in PP 958.

NA-GRIAMEL FEDERATION, Brief Summary of Constitution, from Phoenix Foundation Newsletter, 1976, 11 human rights points, negatively expressed, 48x, in PP 589/590.


NAIRN, RONALD C., Wealth of Nations in Crisis, Houston, 288p: 263, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, in PP 1529-33.

NAISBITT, JOHN, Asia’s Economic Renaissance, 1p, 96, in PP 1349: 124.

NAJEMY, JOHN M., Guild Republicanism in Trecento Florence: The Success and Ultimate Failure of Corporate Politics, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 84, Feb. 79, 53-71, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p807, headed: Florentine Guilds and Republicanism. – The terms “corporation” and “corporationism” are almost as much misunderstood, misused and abused as is “capitalism”. – J.Z., 7.6.98.

NAKAMURA, HAJIME, The Idea of Nature, East and West, THE GREAT IDEAS TODAY, 1980, ed. Mortimer Adler, Chicago, Enc. Brit., 1980, 234-305 summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1286, headed: Nature and the Tao.

NAM SYMPOSIUM, The Spiritual and Moral Significance of Free Enterprise, 1961, 43pp, contains: The Design of Freedom, by Felix Morley, 10pp, The Spiritual Strength of the American System, by Herrell DeGraff, 11pp, The Moral Element in Free Enterprise, by F.A. Hayek, 8pp, Rights Across the Board, by John Davenport, 11pp, in PP 1,015.

NAMELESS NEWSLETTER, THE, from Robert Shea, Sep. 21, 71; Sep. 27, Oct. 5, Oct. 12, 71, 4pp of invitations, in PP 479.


NARBROUGH, COLIN, Soft Option in the Hard ECU Debate, 1991, 1p, in PP 1187.

NARDINELLI, CLARK, Child Labor and the Factory Acts, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY 40, Dec. 80, 739-755, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1276, headed: Child Labor and Capitalism.

NARKS, JOHN, The Drug Laws: A Case of Collective Psychosis, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 93.

NARLEE, DAVID A., Psychology, 4pp, 1973: 119 in PP 274.

NASA, IS IT LEGITIMATE? PP 914. – I still feel cheated about a photographic order sent to its contractor and which was never supplied by it. But upon my repeated complaints, one of the scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena finally sent me, unofficially, at his expense, the high resolution picture of Ganymede that I had wanted to buy, in order to either confirm or refute my impression of a “rolling large mountain” on Ganymede, causing some of its strange “grooves”. This high resolution photograph finally dissolved my interpretation of a low resolution newspaper image. IF NASA or its agent had responded honestly and in time, I would never have complained and would have been self-enlightened on this years ago. As it is, I am still out of pocket ca. $ 50 and never got any response from them and their photographic agency. But if THAT were all the bureaucrats have ever deprived me of, I would not mind it, much. – J.Z.

NASH, GEORGE H., The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America: A Reappraisal, Young America’s Foundation, 1980, 11pp, in PP 987.

NASH, J.V., Debunking the Nordic Myth, 19pp, in PP 1208.

NASH, J.V., Famous Eccentric Americans, n.d., 32pp, LBB 1524, in PP 1208.

NASH, J.V., Famous Infant Prodigies, n.d., 32pp, LBB No. 1533, in PP 1209.

NASH, J.V., How Galileo Was Gagged by the Inquisition, n.d., 32pp, in LBB 1383, in PP 1206.

NASH, J.V., Huxley: Who Advanced Human Progress 100 Years. The Story of the Man Who Fought the Battle for Evolution, Little Blue Book No. 1328, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1189.

NASH, RONALD, The Subjective Theory of Economic Value, n.d., paper, 26pp, in PP 1228.

NATCOM REVIEW, III/1, Jan. 91. Review and Commentary on the Libertarian National Committee, San Francisco, 8pp, in PP 474. – The kind of paper that can turn libertarians against a libertarian party. – J.Z.

NATHAN, H.L., Free Trade To-Day, 1929, 396pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 627.

NATHAN, TONIE, Taxes ARE the issue, 1pp, in PP 1382/85: 252.

NATION STATE : ELLIS, BOB, The Obsolescence of the Nation-State, 2pp, in PP 1386/91 : 653. – I would have rather said: “of the territorial and coercive nation State.” – J.Z.

NATION, DIE, Bern, 16. Jhg., Nr. 7, Regen auf “Bestellung,” 1 S., Erfindungen, Kuenstlicher Regen, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 35.


NATIONAL CITIZENS’ COALITION, THE, For More Freedom through Less Government, Toronto, 1990, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1228.

NATIONAL CIVIC COUNCIL, The V.I.P.’s of Violence, pamphlet, 8pp, 29x in PP 729.

NATIONAL COMMITTEE TO COMMEMORATE THE 50th ANNIVERSARY, 1983, Tragic Anniversary, The Artificial Famine in Ukraine, in 1932-33, a 4pp leaflet, in PP 786.

NATIONAL COMMODITY AND BARTER ASSOCIATION, Mutual Assistance Plan, MAP, 5pp, 48x, in PP 645.

NATIONAL CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CO-OP UNION, ICOM, ICOF, THE NATIONAL CDA, LOCAL CDA’S & CEWG, Trade Unions and Co-ops, and advice note…, 20pp, London, n.d., 1983 or after, in PP 1408: 116.

NATIONAL ECONOMIC LEAGUE, SPECIAL COMMITTEE, The Initiative and Referendum, Arguments pro and con, with rebuttal for the Affirmative by Prof. Lewis J. Johnson and rebuttal for the Negative by Prof. C.F.A. Currier, 1912, 72pp, in PP 1136.

NATIONAL EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION STEERING COMMITTEE, Employees Participation : A Broad View, 3p, review only, 29x, in PP 294-297.

NATIONAL FARMERS’ FEDERATION, The Costs of Protection, 4pp pamphlet, 1986, 29x, in PP 727.

NATIONAL FIREARMS FREEDOM FUND: Advertisements, a number of different ones, 1p each, e.g., in PP 1432/1439: 636.

NATIONAL FREEDOM OF SPEECH DAY, Nov. 2, 1997, 1p invitation: 85, in PP 1451.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, Enlisting Tree Sausage in the War on Cancer, 8/95, short clipping: 105, in PP 1489. – If you leave it merely to the “experts” and conventional procedures then cancer might continue to plague us for further decades. Laymen could and should collect and publish all alternative cancer treatment avenues, finance and reward research in them and gain the freedom to offer themselves for experiments, at least in terminal cases. There should not be any monopolies or “permits” for treatments. – Some of the most interesting cures I found in: JONATHAN EISEN, Editor, Suppressed Inventions & Other Discoveries, Auckland, 1994, 418pp, ISBN No.0.9583334-7-5. – J.Z.

NATIONAL HEALTH FEDERATION, 4pp pamphlet for freedom of choice in medicine, 29x, in PP 726.

NATIONAL INTEREST, IN THE, Maryborough, Queensland, No. 7A, 15.6.96, special issue against gun control,8pp, in PP 1349: 57. – It proves that the British BILL OF RIGHTS legally still applies to Australia and recognizes the right to bear arms. But our public “servants”, on the highest level, fail to uphold it, although that makes them criminally liable. State governor does not know his job and passes the buck, being a political appointee. – Most legal “minds” seem to favour only relatively recent and supposedly positive laws, no matter how negative these are towards individual human rights in new or old bill of rights versions. – Some experience with totalitarian regimes is missing in their “education”, also some appreciation of majority despotism and the “revolution of the managers” represented by the governmental bureaucrats. Lawyers are well versed and very interested in making themselves appear to be very much needed. They, too, in most cases, have the trade union mentality. – J.Z.

NATIONAL INTEREST, Maryborough No. 14, 18.3.98 & No. 16, 30.5.98, 24pp: 94, in PP 1524. – What is believed to be, under territorialism, the “national interest” is in reality mostly very much against the national interest, that is, the interest of all people in a territory ruled by a government. – Favouring just a few fundamental liberties, while strongly opposing many other ones, is just not good enough. – J.Z., 3.9.98.

NATIONAL INTEREST, Maryborough, No. 15, 10.5.1998, 16pp: 110, &No. 17, 28.8.98, 16pp: 118, in PP 1527. – It is still espousing Pauline Hanson. Not everyone who contradicts our ruling politicians is thereby sufficiently right and sensible in every respect or even on many points. Her “One Nation” party is just another grass roots party, with a few good points and many bad ones, based on popular prejudices. Her errors might come to further enchain you. The more popular a politician is the more he or she is like to share and spout popular prejudices. I reproduce this publication for its few pro-freedom stands and reject its anti-freedom propositions. – J.Z.

NATIONAL LAND TENURE, INTERNATIONAL LAND REFORM or ABOLITION OF NATIONAL LAND TENURE, PP 5. See BORDERS, IMMIGRATION, On Panarchy, Exterritorial Organization, National Sovereignty, Minority Autonomy, Individual Secessionism, Individual Sovereignty.

NATIONAL LIBERATION & ANARCHISM, See: FISHER, DAVID, Anarchism and National Liberation, 10pp: 58, in PP 1481.



NATIONAL PARKS: Take Politics Out of the National Parks, 2pp, 1988: Raze Eyesores and Insulate Director, by George B. Hartzog, Jr., & Let Nature Groups Bid for Control, by John Baden, in PP 1159.

NATIONAL RESOURCE PLANNING BOARD, Bill of Rights, 1949, 9 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK FOUNDATION, Foundation Action in the News, 1978, 8pp of clippings on significant fights of William F. Buckley, Jr., in PP 1076.



NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY, PP 1 & 2. – While the territorial and thus coercive national sovereignty must be abolished, on an exterritorial and voluntary level it and other kinds of sovereignty or self-determination and autonomy can be realized and even multiplied. See: ON PANARCHY. – J.Z.

NATIONAL TAXPAYER UNION, How Your Tax Dollars Are Spent, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1,043.

NATIONAL TAXPAYERS CONFERENCE ’94, 1p leaflet, from LFB, in PP 1246 & 1253.

NATIONAL TAXPAYERS’ UNION, 1p leaflet: 40; 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 309.

NATIONAL TAXPAYERS UNION, Advertisements, 2pp: 258 & 298, in PP 1457/62.

NATIONAL TAXPAYER’S UNION, How to Start a Local Taxpayers’ Group, a 20 pp guide, 24x, in PP 212-213.

NATIONAL TAXPAYERS UNION, It is about time someone said “No”, 1p advertisement: 601, in PP 1457/62. – Don’t blame me for its small print at the bottom. If it contained ideas rather than names I would probably have enlarged it. – J.Z.

NATIONAL WORKSHOPS, PP 371. See Public Works, Unemployment.


NATIONALISM, PP 378/80, 697, 1158. See ON PANARCHY for the satisfaction of all except territorial nationalistic aspirations. – J.Z.

NATIONALISM, See: DICKINSON, DICK, Kill Ugly Nationalism, 1p: 17, in PP 1465.

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

NATIONALISM, See: TEMPLIN, RALPH, Is Nationalism Always Aggressive? 2pp: 141, in PP 1480. – TERRITORIAL nationalism always is, by its very nature and against internal as well as external enemies. The aggression is simply not total or constant or always in military form. – J.Z.,

NATIONALISM, See: WOODWORTH, FRED, Programmed Patriotism, 2pp: 356, in PP 1457/62.

NATIONALIZATION, MUNICIPALIZATION etc., Failures by 1914: PP 325, 711. See Monopolies, Privatization, Free Enterprise, Competition, Communism, Socialism, Marx, Bureaucracy, etc.

NATIONALIZATION, See: BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Editor: Goodbye to Nationalization, in PP 1450.

NATIONALIZATION, See: LEWIS, RUSSELL, A Plague on Nationalization! 11pp, 46, in PP 1450.

NATIONALIZATION, See: LEWIS, RUSSELL, How to Denationalise, 11pp, 22, in PP 1450.


NATIVE TITLE: WELLS, ROBERT, Forget native title, the land belongs to us all. Letter, 30.12.96 in “WEST”, 1p, in PP 1393: 112. Many more non-aborigines than Aboriginess were born and live now in Australia. Who can rightly deny them their “native” status or blame them for any crimes their grandparents or parents may have committed? My 3 sons and 4 grandchildren were born here. – What would have happened to Aborigines under Nazi or Japanese occupation? – I do not believe in a collective racial guilt trip, either. – J.Z.

NATIVES AND PROPERTY RIGHTS IN LAND, See: NICHOLS, ROSALIE, The Property Rights of American Indians: A Discussion with Ayn Rand, 1968, 2pp: 213, in PP 1457/62. – See: LAND RIGHTS, ABORIGINES.

NATO, PP 1139.

NATURAL ALLIES? PP 369. Only Voluntarists and Exterritorialists are Natural Allies! – J.Z.

NATURAL CHILDBIRTH & MIDWIFERY : SNEAD, ALICE, Natural Childbirth and Midwifery, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 340.

NATURAL DEATH CENTRE, THE, Leaflets, in PP 1262.

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

NATURAL LAW & NATURAL RIGHTS, See: MILLER, FRED D., Jr. & STEINBAUER, PATRICK, A New Defense of Natural Rights, Review of: VEATCH, HENRY, Human Rights: Fact or Fancy? Baton Rouge: Lousiana State U.P., 1985, 4pp: 135, in PP 1463/64.

NATURAL LAW & NATURAL RIGHTS, See: SMITH, GEORGE H., An Introduction to the Literature of Natural Law and Natural Rights, 3pp: 19, in PP 1463/64.

NATURAL LAW, OR THE SCIENCE OF JUSTICE, by Lysander Spooner, 4pp, in PP 961.

NATURAL LAW, PP 80/82, 111/134, 373 – 375, 556, 589/90 (ELLOS & WILD), 630, 696, 715, 820, 961, 1105, 1146, 1150, 1152/53, 1156. See NATURAL RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, HUMAN RIGHTS.

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

NATURAL LAW: SIGMUND, PAUL E., Natural Law in Political Thought, reviewed by GEORGE H. SMITH, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 27.


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

NATURAL LIVING: BORSODI, RALPH, The School of Living. Exploring the Concept of Normal Living, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 665 & 702. – Different human natures require different forms of natural living. The concept “unnatural” needs defining – for what can be OUTSIDE of nature or CONTRARY to it? – J.Z.

NATURAL MONOPOLIES, PP 242, 1074. Compare: Open Cooperatives – for natural monopolies.

NATURAL RESOURCES: SMITH, ROBERT J., Earth’s Resources: Private ownership vs. public waste, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 190.

NATURAL RIGHTS PHILOSOPHY, A, based on Formulation by John Wild. Author?, 1967, 48x, in PP 589/590.

NATURAL RIGHTS, PP 242, 418/19p145, 995, 1074.

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

NATURAL SOCIETY, PP 203, 282, 349, 538.

NATURE & ITS BOON, PP 242, 1074.

NATURE OF OWNERSHIP, THE, 14 points, seen on poster in Centre 2000. Source? 48x, in PP 589/590.


NATURE, See: LADOW, CHARLES R., Mother Nature: Friend of Foe? 4pp: 236, in PP 1529- 33.


NAZI IDEOLOGY, PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 15). See Territorialism, Totalitarianism, On Panarchy, States, Competing Governments.

NAZI REGIME, Ermaechtigungsgesetz, PP 897.

NAZIS, Sample of the most extreme kind of publication, See: STUERMER, DER, Nuernberg, Deutsches Wochenblatt zum Kampfe um die Wahrheit, Herausgeber: Julius Streicher, an infamous Nazi, issue of 9.4. 1942 as a sample of his antisemitic hate press, 4pp: 119, in PP 1514. – Some publications do not have ANY redeeming features. However, one should learn to know all of one’s enemies and their particular fixed ideas, since, during crisis times, they can become national and even international threats. This can easily happen under territorial rule. How much anti-semitism & hatred and blaming of “aliens” would remain after e.g. panarchies, monetary freedom, cooperative production and fully freed trade had been introduced for at least 10 years? PIOT, J.Z., 3.9.98.

NAZISM, See: RAAB, EARL, The Anatomy of Nazism, 1961, Anti-Defamation League of B’nair B’rith and The Free Sons of Israel, 40 pp, with illustrations incompletely reproduced, in PP 1242.

NEALES, SUE, When Rites go Wrong, 3pp on “initiations”: 114, in PP 1496. – Not only statist anti-freedom customs and mores are still with us. Those who do appreciate individual rights and liberties fully or widely are few and far in-between. – J.Z.



NEARING, HELEN AND SCOTT, Living the Good Life, How to Live Sanely and Simply in a Troubled World, 1p. review by Roy Johnson, in PP 1367/68: 136.

NEARING, SCOTT, Foreword: Tolstoi as an Anti-War Agitator, 3pp, in PP 1325.

NEBRASKA STATE JOURNAL, What the Single Tax Advocates Claim for their Theory, 5pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS, THE, PP 829. We are still stuck with all too many nebulous hypotheses, in the social “sciences”, practised coercively upon us, as if that were rightful and as if they were proven theories. – J.Z.

NECKER, Sur la legislation et le commerce de grains, in PP 778-783.

NEDELSKY, MICHAEL & SCHOTTEN, PETER, Civil Commitment and the Value of Liberty, SOCIAL RESEARCH 46, Sum. 79, 374-397, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p693, headed: Liberty and Mental Illness.

NEDERMAN, CARY J. & WRAY, JAMES, Recent Books in Political Theory: 1977-1979, POLITICAL THEORY 9, Feb. 81, 121-142, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1775, headed: Bibliography of Political Theory.

NEEDHAM, RICHARD, Inflation, an Historical Perspective, 11pp: 94, in PP 1506/07.

NEEDLEMAN, JACOB, Man’s Nature and Natural Man, in: Consciousness and Tradition, N.Y., The Crossroads Publishing Co., 1982, 12-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1782, headed: Existentialism: Nature & Freedom.

NEESHAM, HARRY, Employee Participation at Hamilton Senior High School, 7pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

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

NEFF, RONN, The Liar is a Thief, 4pp: 441, in PP 1457/62. – Anarchist-Objectivist.

NEGATION and BLACK & RED, Lip and the Self – Managed Counter – Revolution, 1975, 97pp, in PP 1258.

NEGRI, SAM, Man Without a Country. Rebel gave up citizenship and became trapped in classic Catch-22 situation, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 139.

NEGRI, SAM, Man Without a Country. Rebel Gave Up Citizenship and Became Trapped in Classic Catch-22 Situation, 1991, 1p in PP 1540: 209. – On panarchism.

NEGROES & CAPITALISM : CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Capitalism & the Negroe in America, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 69.

NEGUS, JOHN, Microfilm’s “Magic Roundabout”, THE MICROGRAPHICS MARKETPLACE, March/April 95, 1p, in PP 1259 & 1262.

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

NEIER, ARYEH, Sex and Confinement, CIVIL LIBERTIES REVIEW 5, July/Aug. 78, 6-16, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p488, headed: Sexual Repression vs. Autonomy.

NEIGHBOURS, Thy Neighbour As Theyself, PP 408. See Love, Tolerance, Justice.

NEIKIRK, BILL, Abolish the Fed, Economist Says, on Lawrence H. White, in CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 24, 1982, 1p clipping, in PP 1247.

NEILL, A.S., Summerhill, review by JARRET B. WOLLSTEIN, 1p: 99, in PP 1468.


NEILSON, FRANCIS, How Diplomats Make War, 1915, 392pp, 728, in PP 1457/62. – Evidence that you cannot trust the machineries of territorial governments to keep the peace and minimize wars. My own peace program is largely recorded in my two books, in PP 16-18 & 61-65. Hundreds of wrongful and irrational ideas, practices and institutions are involved. Most remain active factors while most peace lovers criticize and somewhat resist only a few of them. What is worse: Most organized peace lovers not only ignore but even approve many of the factors making for war or preventing a lasting and just peace in freedom. Obvious war making factors are e.g. conscription, standing armies, compulsory taxation, confiscation of assets, government debts or “insecurities” (investments in tax slaves), censorship, the lies of propaganda. Here mainly secret diplomacy and treaties are explored. Widely ignored by most peace lovers, are factors like monetary despotism, leading to mass unemployment and allowing to finance unpopular wars through inflation, territorialism (see: ON PANARCHY), collective responsibility notions, wrong definitions of aggression and of the enemy, decision monopoly of governments on war and peace, international treaties and alliances, recognition of foreign governments, armament and disarmament. – Other ignored factors are: outlawry of separate peace treaties, peace negotiations and treaties between the people and soldiers themselves, of desertion, treason, espionage, sabotage, resistance and insurrections, even when these would be morally justified or even obligatory. Add the mostly wrongful and often atrocious treatment of POWs and deserters and refugees, absolute and strictly enforced military obedience, rather than training for effective disobedience towards all wrongful orders. The outlawry of ideal citizen forces, sworn in to defend nothing but individual rights. Protectionism, rather than Free Trade. ABC mass murder or anti-people devices. Unconditional surrender demands. Absence of rightful war and peace aims. The false notion that strength lies in enforced unity and in super “weapons”. Wrongful alliances. The suppression of minority groups. Ignorance of or lack of appreciation for individual rights, especially in the economic and political spheres. Most warring governments or civil war contestants have more wrongs than rights on their side and remain unaware of how they could coexist peacefully and independently in the same territories. For now & here these hints must suffice. Numerous other wrong notions of peace lovers and war hawks are involved. All errors & prejudices involved ought to be studied and refuted much more thoroughly than has been the case so far, even by “Peace Research Institutes” that have adopted all too many wrongful premises unchecked, because they are committed, essentially, to territorial non-solutions. – J.Z., 15.5.98.

NEILSON, FRANCIS, In Quest of Justice, 1944, 134pp, including a 7pp bibliography, in PP 1265. Georgist.

NEILSON, FRANCIS, The Old Freedom, 1919, 176pp, in PP 1160.

NEISSER, HANS, Dr., Notenbankfreiheit?, 1930, 16pp, 29x, in PP 658.

NELMS, WILLIE E., Jr., The Articles of Confederation, A Libertarian Interpretation, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

NELSON, AARON, Legal Dope vs. Dopey Law, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 216.

NELSON, HELEN, The Politics of Decontrol in New South Wales (On Rent Control), 1980, CIS, 18pp, 29x, in PP 397.

NELSON, JOANNE and STEPHEN, Gun Control, 1990, 20pp, in PP 1077.

NELSON, JOHN O., Henry Miller: Buccaneer or Benefactor? 11pp, in PP 1143.

NELSON, JOHN O., The University and Secondary Education, 7pp: 73, in PP 1529- 33.

NELSON, LEONARD, Ethische Methodenlehre, Leipzig, 1915, hier nur in Auszuegen aus K.H. Zube’s Papieren. 13 S.: 103, in PP 1503.

NELSON, RICHARD R., Assessing Private Enterprise: An Excegesis of Tangled Doctrine, THE BELL JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, Spring 81, 93-111, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1588, headed: Private Enterprise vs. Central Planning.

NELSON, TED, letter to John Zube, 3 Sept.82, & some information on his Project Xanadu & Hypertext, 8pp, 29x, in PP 686.

NEMOURS, DUPOND DE, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.


NESSE & WILLIAMS, Why We Get Sick, Random House, ISBN 0-8129-2224-7, here only in a review and recommendation by Jim Rice, 1p: 505, in PP 1293/95, titled: Evolution and the Human Condition.

NETTLAU, MAX, Aims and Methods of Anarchism, 1934, 48pp: 48, in PP 1497. – IN RUSSIAN! If Russians & the other former captive people learned not only to reject OTHER economic features of despotic communism but also its monetary despotism (e.g. legal tender & the central bank’s issue monopoly), then most of its present economic troubles would soon be over. The remaining communists should be allowed to do their own things to THEMSELVES but only within the framework of exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer commmunities. – Apart from attemptiing to cover minor spots, I reproduced Russian texts in their flawed printing rather than waiting indefinitely for someone able and willing to hand-correct them. The Russian alphabet is another communication barrier. It would somehow help is the same sound symbols were adopted for the same sounds as is already largely done in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. – PIOT, J.Z., 26.5.98

NETTLAU, MAX, America – Europe, 1932, 7pp, in PP 1400.

NETTLAU, MAX, Anarchism : Communist or Individualist? – Both, 2pp, 36x, in PP 412, p304.

NETTLAU, MAX, Autoritaerer und freiheitlicher Sozialismus, 9 S: 32, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Die heutigen Aufgaben der freiheitlich-sozialistischen Organisationen, 10 S.: 77, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Die naechste Ausbreitungspshaere des freiheitlichen Sozialismus, 10 S.: 22, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Einige Worte ueber konstruktiven Sozialismus, 9 S.: 5, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, El camino de la Paz, 29, 4pp, in PP 1400: 39.

NETTLAU, MAX, Gesammelte Aufsaetze, Band I, 1980, Verlag Die Freie Gesellschaft, Hannover, 159 S.: 31, in PP 1524. – All from Max Nettlau’s writings published between Nov. 1929 and Aug. 32 but some may have been written much earlier. I wonder whether the IISH in Amsterdam, which inherited his collection, has still left some of his writings unpublished, even on microfiche. – J.Z.

NETTLAU, MAX, Geschichte der Anarchie, Bd. 1, Der Vorfruehling der Anarchie, Impuls Verlag, Auszug von S. 225, 1 S., ueber P.E. De Puydt’s article Panarchie, in REVUE TRIMESTRIELLE, Brussels, Juli 1860, S. 222 – 245, in German, in PP 1539: 193.

NETTLAU, MAX, Godwin vu par Max Nettlau, 2pp, in PP 1099.

NETTLAU, MAX, Klassensozialismus u. Menschheitssozialismus, 8 S.: 14, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, La Anarquia A Traves De Los Tiempos, 1935, 349pp, 1- 81, in PP 1518. Copy donated by VALERIO ISCA, in 1990, with annotations by his wife, IDA PILAT ISCA, who reconstituted an English translation (which was finally, in 1996, published by Freedom Press, London), from this Spanish and an Italian translation. The original English translation had been lost during the Spanish Civil War. Isca gave me a copy of the manuscript of the translation, hoping that I would publish it on microfiche and before Freedom Press would get around to it. Well, I did not and am sorry about that. But it would have meant key-boarding in the whole book from the manuscript and I do tend to postpone such labours. A reference to De Pudt’s “Panarchie” can be found on page 87, sheet 22. Yesterday I finally got a copy of the Freedom Press edition, from Jura Books: Max Nettlau, A Short History of Anarchism, translated by Ida Pilat Isca and edited by Heiner M. Becker, ISBN 0900 384 891, 1996. I may fiche it as well as the Italian edition, in spite of the copyright claimed by Heiner M. Becker. How dare he claim a copyright on a book written by someone else & translated by 3 other people? I do also very much doubt that he was as able as the translator IDA PILAT ISCAT was. He might not have improved but worsened her job. If that were the case, should he be rewarded for that? And the other contributors are to get nothing? – A review can be found in ANARCHIST AGE, WEEKLY REVIEW, date?, which mentions that: “The largest collection in the world of anarchist materials is housed in the International Institute of Social History, I.I.S.H., in Amsterdam. The basis of this collection was Max Nettlau’s own collection and archive. The Institute’s entire catalogue can be accessed through the Internet: http://www.iisg.nl – I can only hope that they do list all the microfilms they produced, as well, and their prices. So far I have tried, once, in vain, to access this catalog. – J.Z., 10.6.1999.

NETTLAU, MAX, La Paz Mundial Y Las Condiciones de su Realizacion, con notas de V. Munoz, 1930, 36pp, in PP 1400: 85.

NETTLAU, MAX, La Paz Mundial, 1972, 128pp, with bibliography. Secunda Edicion, revisada y aumentada por Eugen Relgis y V. Munoz, in PP 1400: 76.

NETTLAU, MAX, La Responsabilita e la Solidarieta nella Lotta Operaia, 21pp: Rapporto Letto Alla “Freedom Discussion Group” 5 Dec. 1899: 115, in PP 1497.

NETTLAU, MAX, Michail Bakunins Lebenswerk, 7 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 1, in PP 1154.

NETTLAU, MAX, Nationalism und der Internationalismus, 23 S.: 132, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Outline of the History of Ideas of Anarchy & Other Articles on Various Subjects, IN RUSSIAN, 1951, 397pp: 1-95, in PP 1497. – Sorry, by I have no translation of the titles of the “other articles”. – J.Z.

NETTLAU, MAX, Panarchie – Eine verschollene Idee von 1860, 1909, 7S., 29x, in PP 617 & 671, 36x, in PP 736.

NETTLAU, MAX, Panarchy – A Forgotten Idea of 1860, 22 Feb.1909, 5pp, 29x, in PP 873. 16pp, 606, 608, 618, 621, 29x, in PP 671, & in PP 698. – 6pp, with 1p comments by John Zube: 120, in PP 1497. – 1998 edition.

NETTLAU, MAX, Partito e Anarchia, 4pp: 111, in PP 1497. – GALLEANI, L., Il principo dell’ organizzazione alla luce dell’Anarchismo (from his book: “La fine dell’anarchismo”), 10pp: 112, in PP 1497.

NETTLAU, MAX, Quantitaetskrise und schwindender Kulturboden erfordern neue Mittel der Abwehr, 15 S.: 41, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Russland und der Sozialismus, 11 S.: 121, in PP1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, See: GELITZ, ULRICH, Nachwort zu Max Nettlau,Gesammelte Aufsaetze, Band I, 4 S.: 67, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Ueber die Moeglichkeiten freiheitlich -revolutionaeren Fortschritts, 10S.: 56, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Verantwortlichkeit und Solidaritaet im Klassenkampf, 1899 & 1922, 18 S.: 87, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Viaje libertario a traves de America latina, 10pp: 122, in PP 1504.

NETTLAU, MAX, Von der Organisation zur Association, 10 S.: 67, in PP 1524.

NETTLAU, MAX, Zwischen Autoritaet u. Freiheit, Berlin 1921, 7 S., in PP 1326 : 92.

NETTLAU, MAX, Zwischen Autoritaet und Freiheit, 15 S.: 106, in PP1524.

NETWORK RESEARCH, news by print-out, 27pp, 29x in PP 387.

NETWORK RESOURCES, formerly OPEN NETWORK, Access to the Unexpected, leaflet, 2pp, with 2 letters, 2pp, 29x, in PP 928.


NETWORKING INSTITUTE, THE, 2pp leaflet, sev. years old, in PP 850, introduction, 4pp, 29x, in PP 724

NETWORKING LIBERTARIANS, PP 387, 724, 1011, 1034. See BULLETIN BOARDS, ELECTRONIC, Open Network, Pattern Research, INTERNET.

NETWORKING, See: CARDELL, ROBERT, Networking, A New Perspective on the Computer Revolution, 2pp, with The Anarchist’s Guide to the Internet, part 1, in PP 1191.

NETZWERK SELBSTHILFE e.V., Nach Tschernobyl erst recht. Der oekologische Landbau muss ueberleben, 6 S., n.d.: 132, in PP 1503.

NEUBACHER, BRIGITTE, Crash cure for drug addicts, 1978, 1p, on Thailand clinic in Tham Krabok, 1p, herbalism, in PP 1362/63: 243.

NEUMANN, WM. L., Hiroshima Reconsidered, 6 pp, in PP 984.

NEVILLE, ANNE, LSD and Philosophy: Must the Revelations Be Mystic? 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 146.

NEVILLE, RICHARD, The Business of Being Human, 3pp, 1997: 119, in PP 1496.

NEVILLE, ROBERT, Philosophical Perspectives on Freedom of Inquiry, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 51, Sep. 78, 1115-1129, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p585, headed: Freedom of Inquiry vs. Critical Theory.

NEW AUSTRALIAN, THE, Melbourne, weekly, 14. Dec. 1998 – 3 Jan. 1999, “Australia’s only free market magazine” (???) 2 web pages, in PP1534: 170. – To be read with more than “a pinch of salt”. – J.Z.


NEW ACTION LINKAGE NETWORKER, THE, No. 56, January 90, 47pp, in PP 1407: 1-109. – This network or free expression newsletter shows how much and to what limited extent one can use print on paper for freedom of expression and information. It did not permit the inclusion of long pamphlets or of books. Most of its contents does not appeal to me, like most New Age and Greenie writings. But an anarchist like Michael A. Gunderloy had quite a few letters in it. I do not know whether it is still continued on paper or on the Internet. – J.Z.


NEW ALEXANDRIA, THE, The Alexandria Institute, Boulder, I/1, July – August 86. Founder: Binx Selby. 14pp, in PP1349: 23. – It took the expensive high tech road and asked for correspondingly high contributions – which not enough people were willing to offer. The affordable self-help road, fiche and floppies, now added to by text only CD-ROMs, was ignored. – J.Z. ZUBE, JOHN, to SELBY, BINX, of the former ALEXANDRIA INSTITUTE, 16 Jan. 92, 2pp, in PP 1349: 37.

NEW AMERICAN, THE, American Opinion Publishing, listing of its conservative online articles, 1997, 19pp, in PP 1537: 151. – LMP has not yet downloaded these essays and will not microfiche them, since they are all copyrighted.

NEW ANARCHIST REVIEW, London, Nos. 2-13, 17, 19-21, 124pp, in PP 1098. Nos. 6-9, Feb. 86 – Oct. 86, 78pp, in PP 889.

NEW AUTHOR ENTERPRISES, Home Page, 1p, in PP 1543/45: 791. – Apparently a new vanity press, but one asking for submissions on disk. Its final product, apparently, is still to be only print on paper. Service offered are specified but not priced. Paragraphs are wrongly numbered. If they offered publication in affordable alternative media then they could also offer attractively low service charges. Alas, they prefer to ride paper tigers. – J.Z.

NEW BANNER, THE, Columbia, A Fortnightly Libertarian Journal, in newspaper format, I/1, Feb. 4, 1972; I/3, Feb. 18, 1972; I/3, Feb. 25, 1972, with special supplement on Rothbard; I/10 & 11, 4 & 18 Feb. 1972, 43pp: 71, with introductory leaflets, 3pp: 68, in PP 1498.


NEW CAPITALIST DIGEST, Feb 71, Aug. 71 & Sep. 71, 12pp, in PP 933.

NEW CAPITALIST DIGEST, Pasadena, July, August, Nov. & Dec. 1971, 17pp, in PP 1296.

NEW CLASS, PP 426, 1114.

NEW CLASS, See: AVRICH, PAUL, On the New Class: A Libertarian Critique, 2pp: 6, in PP 1501.

NEW CONSUMER, 2pp flyer, in PP 890.

NEW COUNTRIES, See: HUDSON, GARY C., The Free Ports of Earth: Floating Cities of Sea and Space, 4pp, in PP 1,020.



NEW COUNTRY MOVEMENT, See: OCEANIA – THE NEW COUNTRY, FAQ, 7pp, in PP 1541/42: 114. – The Atlantis Project started in 1993. It had several predecessors.

NEW COUNTRY MOVEMENT, See: OLIVER, MIKE, The Case for a New Country, 3pp, in PP 274: 117.

NEW COUNTRY, THE, Carson City , 1p leaflet, in PP 1432/1439: 56.

NEW COVENANT AMONG THE INDIVIDUAL INHABITANTS OF THE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA, PP 632, 642 et al. LI edition: PP 873, 915, 1039 et al, translation, Un Nuevo Convenio, PP 860.

NEW DAWN, Eighth Wonder of the World, 1p, on Libya’s Great Man-Made River Project: 86, in PP 1465.

NEW DEAL, See: BENNETT, MARY JEAN, Review, 2pp, of: MOLEY, RAYMOND, The First New Deal, 1966, 577pp: 67, in PP 1529- 33.

NEW DEAL, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Relics of Intervention:5. New Deal Interventionism, 13pp: 314, in PP 1529- 33.

NEW ECONOMICS, PP 1052-61 (LA Study Guide 2), NEW ECONOMY, World Affairs in a Fresh Light, sample of NE, Winter, 1987, 28pp, ed. Christopher J. Budd, 29x, in PP 866.

NEW ECONOMY, ed. by CHRISTOPHER J. BUDD, introductory leaflets and sample copy of NEW ECONOMY, No. 11, wholly reproduced here, although this time it contains only 2pp on monetary alternatives. He is into lots of other “things”, too. – In PP 906.

NEW ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SOCIAL REFORM, 1909, ed. by W.D.P. Bliss, 1416pp, 36x, PP 511-514.

NEW ENLIGHTENMENT, THE, BOONIN, DAVID, An Enlightening Review, 1p review of THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT, a 6-part British TV series, in PP 1382/85: 338.

NEW FREEWOMAN, THE, Ainsdale, U.K., Some pages copied by David Tyson. This journal was edited by Miss Marsden and B.R. Tucker, Theodore Schroeder, Edward Carpenter, Steven T. Byington, Rebecca West, Henry Meulen & Clarence Lee Swartz contributed to it, at least for a while. 14pp, in PP 1283-1286.

NEW HEBRIDES, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, Dr., Background on the New Hebrides Situation, 10pp: 245, in PP 1506/07.

NEW HEBRIDES: HOSPERS, JOHN, Na-Griamel’s Freedom Fight, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439.

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

NEW INDIVIDUALIST, THE, Did You Know… 1p of interesting short statements and refutations, in PP 1274.

NEW ISOLATIONIST, Vol. 0, No. 0, Dec. 89, 20pp, from the Department of History of the Agorist Institute, Sam Edward Konkin III, Long Beach, in PP 478.

NEW JERSEY CONSTITUTIONALISTS, Should you Stop Paying Income Taxes? Leaflet, 6pp, n.d.: 168, in PP 1478.

NEW JERSEY LIBERTARIAN, New Jersey Libertarian Party, 1 & 2/78; 4 & 12/86, 28pp, in PP 275.


NEW LIBERTARIAN & AGORIST INSTITUTE, leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 632

NEW LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, NUCLEUS OF THE, 2 leaflets, in PP 1369/70: 273: Introduction, 6pp. Tax Is Theft! And what to do about it, 6pp.

NEW LIBERTARIAN NOTES, Special Science-Fiction Issue, No. 13, Sep. 1972, 28pp, in PP 1350: 1. No. 36, Nov. 74, 32pp, ibid: 29; 37, Feb. 75, 32pp: 61; 40, Sep. 4, 77, 12pp: 93.

NEW LIBERTARIAN STRATEGY, No. 2, October 1979, a sample copy, 4pp, 24x, in PP 80-82.

NEW LIBERTARIAN STRATEGY, Nos. 1-5, Aug. 79 to Sep. 80, 20pp, 29x, in PP 856.

NEW LIBERTARIAN WEEKLY, Long Beach, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 – 49, Nov. 30, 1975 – Nov. 21, 1976, 249pp, published by SEK 3, in PP 1345/46: 1-249. – Over the years, even decades, SEK III and his NEW LIBERTARIAN movement have made numerous efforts to achieve enlightenment and liberation on the costly and laborious paper path, always financially struggling, with publications mostly having only a few pages and mostly being discontinued or becoming very irregular after a short while. Nevertheless, he continues in this paper addiction and ignores more affordable, easier and efficient publishing options, like microfiche, floppy disks and text-only CD-ROMs and also the Internet on-line option (as far as I know). When will the burnt child begin to shy away from the fire? As an octogenarian only? All this enthusiasm, energy and commitment – wasted on print on paper. All too soon out of print and inaccessible – and never reaching enough people or more than an almost insignificant fraction of the world population. Always expecting others to pay for his paper addiction. And also realizing that he could not afford to keep or restore all his paper output in print. Is he a printer by trade? How can one induce such committed radicals to seriously consider their alternative publishing media options? His associates, Koman and Schulman, for a while, tried some floppy disk publishing. See under SOFTSERV, where I printed out their introductory disk and fiched it. But it was so set upon copyrights, contract details and making a profit that it became an unattractive and almost bureaucratic alternative. It seemed also more interested in publishing SF rather than libertarian writings. Self-publishing in this medium would have been so much easier for the authors. For marketing only a common directory or computer file would have been necessary. – PIOT, John Zube, 24 September 1996.

NEW LIBERTARIAN WEEKLY, Nos. 50-101, Nov.76 – Dec.25, 77, last issue, 316pp, 29x, in PP 854-856.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, 1p leaflet, with 1/2 p. comment by John Zube on libertarian magazines and microfilming, in PP 1066.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, Consecutive No. 168, whole number 3, July 85; Notes & Calendar 14.1, 4pp, in PP 1350: 105. Ibid: Consec. No. 170, whole number 4, Sep.-Oct. 85, Notes & Calendar 15.1., 2pp: 109; Consec. No. 171, whole number 5, Nov.-Dec. 85, Notes & Calendar 16.1, 4pp: 111; Consec. No. 171, whole number 6, June-July 86, Notes & Calendar 16.2., 4pp: 115. – This should have been Consecutive No. 172. – Has N.L. adopted the best possible numbering system? – J.Z.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, Costa Mesa, Nos. 17ff: April 87 – June 90, incomplete, 120pp, in PP 1348: 1. – IV/17, April 87, 28pp; No. 173, whole number 7, 9-11/86; Notes and Calendar 17.1, 4pp: 29; IV/18 & 19, Dec. 87, 32pp: 33; No. 175, whole number 8, May 87, Notes & Calendar 18.1, 4pp: 65; No. 176, whole number 9, June 87, N&C 18.2, 4pp: 69; No. 177, whole number 10, July 87, N&C 18.3, 6pp: 73; V/1 (No. 179), Jan. 88, 8pp (Missing: 178.): 79; V/2, (No. 180), Feb. 88, 8pp: 87; V/3 (No. 181), April 88, 8pp: 95; V/4 (No. 182), March 89, 10pp: 103; V/5 (No. 183), June 90, 8pp 113. Leaflet for N.L. Notes, 1p, on Heinlein & Wilson: 123.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, No. 3, in Claustrophobia II/4, in PP 934.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, Nos. 1-16, incomplete, No. 4 missing, 29x, in PP 856-859. Nos. 1-3, March 78 to May 78, 50pp, in PP 856, Nos. 5/6 to No. 10, Oct. 78 to Oct. 81, 124pp, 29x, in PP 857, Nos. 11-15, Feb. 82 to Aug. 85, 132pp, 29x, in PP 858, No. 16, Aug. 86, 32pp, 29x, in PP 859.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, Showdown at the Natural Law Corral, 13.4.85 & 15.8.85, natural law discussion with contributions by Jeff Riggenbach, Murray Rothbard, George H. Smith, R.A. Wilson, Robert LeFevre & L.A. Rollins, and SEK3, 48x, in PP 589/590.

NEW LIBERTARIAN, THE, A note on tax resistance and voting with one’s feet in Red China, 1p, in PP 890.


NEW OPTIONS, 1.) June 85, issue 17, sample of Mark Satin’s newsletter, 8pp, 29x, in PP 727, 2.) 2pp introductory leaflet, 29x, in PP 724, 3.) 30 June 86 issue, sample, on Theobald: Pieces of Design, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.

NEW PATRIOT, THE, I/1, July – August 1970, Chicago, 16pp, in PP 1158.

NEW RAMPART, 2 sample issues, vol. 3, Nos, 2 & 3, August-November 1982, 29x, in PP 530.

NEW RAMPART, by Rampart Institute, sample copy, Vol. 4, No. 5, April/May 84, 8pp, in PP 851.

NEW RIGHT COALITION, Boston, 1972, a letter and leaflets, 21pp, in PP 1089.

NEW RIGHT REPORT, THE, August 31, 1986, sample issue, 12pp, 29x, in PP 729, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 723, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 735.

NEW RIGHT, PP 723, 1027, 1089,

NEW RIGHT, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The New Right, Review, 3pp,of: VIGUERIE, RICHARD A., The New Right: We’re Ready to Lead, Caroline House, 186pp: 286, in PP 1529- 33. – ARE ANY leaders ready? Have they ever been? All these power mongers and control freaks should be confined to their own volunteer communities, which are only exterritorially autonomous and from which all their members would remain free to secede. – PIOT, J.Z., 22.11.98.

NEW SOCIALIST, THE, Leaflet, 1p, 95, with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1263.

NEW STUDIUM GENERALE, Historical Introduction, The Final Dictionary, 4pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 929. (YOU try to make sense of it. I can’t. J.Z.)


NEW WEALTH, Santa Fe, Journal of Community Economic and Ecological Development, No. 1, Spring/Summer 1988, 32pp: 83, in PP 1477.

NEW WORLD BUILDERS, NEW WORLD FOUNDATION, 2 samples of “credit receipts” and cheques, 1p, in PP 814.

NEW WORLD ORDER, See: THORN, MARTIN, Plans for a New World Order, 2pp: 148, in PP 1480.

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Review of EQUITABLE COMMERCE by Josiah Warren, 10pp, with a 7pp reply by Stephen Pearl Andrews, 24x, in PP 222.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS & INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES, List of its Studies in Economic Theories, 1p: 15, in PP 1463/64.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Oral History of the American Left, 1p: 124,in PP 1517.


NEWCOMB, ARTHUR W., LOUIS F. POST, A Big Democrat with a Little “d”, n.d., 15pp, but probably published before the end of “The Public”, in 1913, in PP 1,004.

NEWCOMER, PHILP W., The Illegality of Legal Tender, on the Supreme Court decisions of the 1870s and 1880’s, from THE FREEMAN, Dec. 1986, 5pp, in PP 1248.

NEWELL, ROBERT K., Self-government of Reasonable Beings, 2pp, 24x, in PP 7, 29x, in PP 506.

NEWEY, DON, Changing Today’s Institutions, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 120.

NEWEY, DON, Cooperative Community Development, 2pp, 84, in PP 1386/91: 920.

NEWLAND, TERRY, The Natural Economic Order of Silvio Gesell, 1979, 4pp, 36x, in PP 381. (On important monetary points it is rather unnatural and despotic, very far from anarchistic. J.Z.)

NEWMAN, JOHN, The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman, flyer, 2pp, with several other leaflets & letters by SOUL, EVEN R., Jr., concerning that machine and patent, 13pp, in PP 1371/72: 404.

NEWMAN, WARREN, Environmentalism as Religion, 1992, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 73, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.


NEWSLETTER, THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF CANADA, some samples of 1973/74, 29x, in PP 546.

NEWSWATCH NO. 16, in Claustrophobia II/4, in PP 934.

NEWSWEEK, August 24, 1970: Freaked-Out Spiders, 1p, in PP 1395: 78. – Drug debate.

NEWSWEEK, Marijuana: Is it Time for a Change in our Laws, Sep. 7., 1970, 7pp, in PP 1362/63: 161. – As wrongful laws should not only be changed but abolished. No special laws need be passed against giving drugs to children. – But then we are accustomed to getting the minds of our children poisoned e.g. by compulsory miseducation. – J.Z.

NEWSWIT, The New Right, 3pp, 1986, 29x, in PP 723.

NEWTON, LISA, Some Reflections on Political Nature: Conservative Theory Revisited, JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, USA, PP 72, 1975, 593-604, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p56. Headed: Self-Perfection.

NEWTON, MAX, Stable Prices Point to New Gold Standard, July 88 clipping, in PP 787, The Marvellous Miracle of the Disappearing Greenback, Dec. 88, 1p, in PP 818.

NEWTON, MAX, The Tough Money Scoffs at us Lousy Mug Punters, THE AUSTRALIAN, 25 April 89, 2pp, 29x, in PP 865. – Without any envy, this tough stand of big money toughs against governmental regulators and interventionists, does get my CHEERS! Between them, the small savers and investors could have even more clout – if only they realized this, organized and used it! – J.Z.

NEWTON, MAXWELL, “Dump Arbitration” Sentiments Gaining Ground, 1980, 1p, 29x, in PP 385. (On compulsory industrial arbitration in Australia.)

NEWTON, MAXWELL, Enemies of free markets alive and well despite success of deregulation, 1p, 1984, 29x, in PP 723.

NEWTON, PETER M., Who among us still Hopes to Learn about the Nature of Man? Review Essay of C. Wright Mills, The Sociological Imagination, Oxford UP, 1959, UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING, Winter 1981, 13-14, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1268, headed: Moral Honesty in Social Science.


NICARAGUA, See: GARCIA, VICTOR, Washington & Moscu En Nicaragua, 3pp: 52, in PP 1494.

NICCOLO, Tiny Workers’ Party Gives Us a Hint, 1975, 1p, 29x, in PP 726.

NICGORSKI, WALTER, Cicero and the Rebirth of Political Philosophy, THE POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEWER 8, Fall 78, 63-101, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p717, headed: Cicero and Modern Political Philosophy.

NICGORSKI, WALTER, The Significance of the Non-Lockean Heritage of the Declaration of Independence, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 21, 1976, 156-177, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p599, headed: Non-Lockean Thought and the Declaration.

NICHOLAS, DAVID, Immortality: Liberty’s Final Frontier, 1991, 4pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 27, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

NICHOLAS, DAVID, Immortality: Liberty’s Final Frontier, L.A. Cultural Notes No. 27, 1991, 4pp: 29, in PP 1293/95.

NICHOLLS, DAVID, Three Varieties of Pluralism, reviewed in 755.

NICHOLS, P.W., No Clear Title, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p363.

NICHOLS, ROSALIE, Are Feminist Businesses Capitalistic? ALF leaflet, 3pp, 29x, in PP 384.

NICHOLS, ROSALIE, Confessions of a Randian Cultist. An Open Letter to Ayn Rand regarding the Branden Interview, Jan. 72, 39pp, in PP 23 & 24. – I for one am not complacent about any pro-freedom writings remaining unpublished or not reprinted and not represented in most libraries. – J.Z., 2.8.95.

NICHOLS, ROSALIE, Confessions of a Randian Cultist. An Open Letter to Ayn Rand regarding the Branden Interview, Jan. 72, 39pp, in PP 24.

NICHOLS, ROSALIE, see S.E.L.F. REPORT, Newsletter of the Society for Education in Laissez-Faire, Feb. 1970: Right-Wing Rationale for Non Recognition of Indian Rights, by Rosalie Nichols, 24pp. – The April 1970 issue contains, apart from some short articles: Rosalie Nichols, Social Darwinism or, How to Turn People Off to Laissez Faire, a book review of: Hofstadter, Richard: Social Darwinism in American Thought, Boston, Beacon Press, 1968, 248pp. This review, 8pp, both issues, only on hand, in PP 1133.

NICHOLS, ROSALIE, The Property Rights of American Indians: A Discussion with Ayn Rand, 1968, 2pp: 213, in PP 1457/62.

NICHOLSON, TOM, Dr., Look-Say Lunacy, 3pp, T.N. interviewed by Lindsay Perigo on RADIO LIBERTY, in PP 1336/39: 417.

NICKERSON, HOFFMAN, Review of: F.J.P. Veale, Advance to Barbarism, 1p, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.

NIEMEYER, GERHART, Freedom and Rights: What Is to Be Done? THE REVIEW OF POLITICS 40, Apr. 78, 183-195 summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p700, headed: Freedom: the Politics of Justice and Existence.

NIENKAMP, HEINRICH, Fuersten ohne Krone, fast ein Roman, Berlin, 1916, 1918, indexiert, 393 S., with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1,043. – Against egalitarianism, for the promotion of talents, through wealth, across all frontiers. A celebration of natural inequality. – J.Z.

NIESEWAND, PETER, Hint in his novel SCIMITAR, on refusal to accept new government paper money in Afghanistan, 1983, in PP 787.

NIESEWAND, PETER, Scimitar, a 4 pp extract on an old Afghanistan custom that could have saved many lives but is still all too little known to the victims on all sides. In PP 785.

NIETZSCHE on “Defence”, 1p, leaflet by J.LABADIE, in pp 1393: 50.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH, See: PARKER, S.E., Nietzsche – Antichrist? 4pp, in PP 1423: 10.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH, See: PERIGO, LINDSAY, Flirting with Friedrich (Nietzsche), 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 120.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH, The Antichrist, Haldeman Julius Publication, 1930, 60pp, with a 5pp introduction by E. Haldeman – Julius, in PP 1221.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH, Worauf es ankommt! 1 S., Selbst-rationalisierung, Arbeitsmethode, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 63.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH: BOYER, WILLIAM J., Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra, 3pp, in PP 1423: 50.

NIETZSCHE, FRIEDRICH: MARTUCCI, ENZO, Nietzsche, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 88. – BOYER, WM. J., Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra, 1p: 94, 1p: 113, in PP 1420/22.

NIETZSCHE, On Defence, some quotes, 1p, in PP 1,004.

NIETZSCHE, PP 288, 980.

NIEUWENHUIS, DEMELA, La Piramido de l’Tiranismo, 1977, 31pp, in PP 1099.

NIEUWENHUIS, DOMELA, Sozialdemokratischer und anarchistischer Antimilitarismus, 1907/8, 6 S., 29x, in PP 349.

NIEUWENHUYSEN, John & WILLIAMS-WYNN, Marina, Competition for the Professions, 14pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION, Dr. Thomas UWAIFO, 1p confidence trick letter: 205, with my complaint about it, 11 Nov. 97, 2pp: 206. – Almost all “privatization” schemes run by bureaucrats and politicians, primarily for their own benefit, rather than for that of the taxpayers (involuntary investors in national assets), are essentially confidence tricks. And most of them did get away with it so far. – J.Z.

NIHILISM, Ernest Hemingway & the Failure of Nihilism, 696.


NIMUS, ARNO, Was muss die Frau von Demokratie wissen? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 257. Viele schreiben als ob sie selbst schon genuegend ueber die Demokratie wuessten aber kennen meistens e.g. ihre exterritorialien Moeglichkeiten nicht und selbst wenig von der direkten Demokratie. – J.Z., 8.6.96.

NINELL, VINCENT, U.S. Imperialism, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

NINTH AMENDMENT, See: BARNETT, RANDY E., Why the Ninth Amendment? 4pp: 169, in PP 1463/64.

NIRMALANANDA, SWAMI, 1.) Enlightened Anarchism, 30pp, 29x, in PP 669, 2.) letter and papers, 86, with reply by J.Zube, 5pp, 29x, in PP 725, 3.) Buddha – The Compassionate, 4.) a poem, 5.) Freedom First & 6.) The Wellspring of Happiness, 5pp, 29x, in PP 743, 7.) A Guideline for Living, 1p, with some critical notes by John Zube, in PP 974, Zen, a way of life, 1985, 7pp, in PP 1144.

NIRMALANANDA, SWAMI, Vanadevata. Pray, Leave Her Alone, B.R. Hills, 2pp: 868, in PP 1484/85. – Some want unspoilt forests to remain accessible only to a privileged few. Usage and spoilage are not identical, as every well kept home, hotel, garden, art gallery, or museum demonstrates. – J.Z., 21.5.98.

NISBET, ROBART A., Introduction to the Liberty Classics reissue of Hilaire Belloc, The Servile State, Indianapolis, 1977, original edition 1913, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p107. Headed: The Egalitarian State.

NISBET, ROBERT A., Cloaking the State’s Dagger, 3pp, in PP 1150.

NISBET, ROBERT A., Foreign Policy and the American Mind, 1961, 1978, 20pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

NISBET, ROBERT A., The New Despotism, 1975, 1976, 34pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

NISBET, ROBERT A., The New Despotism, IHS, 1976, 34pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p517, headed: Bureaucracy and the New Equality.

NISBET, ROBERT, A., Revolt against Politics, 1p, 1975, 29x, in PP 724.

NISBET, ROBERT, A., The Idea of Progress, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p447ff, 32pp.

NISKANEN, WILLIAM A., Free Trader U.S. the Big Bully in International Trading, 1990, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. Free trading, especially unilateral free trading, is not bullying. But governments, typically, under the name of Free Trade, strike many protectionist deals, which only serve to give Free Trade a bad name. Government haggling isn’t trader haggling. Free Trade should be realized first only among volunteer communities, organized under exterritorial autonomy. Separation of all territorial States from all free traders! The protectionists to remain free to try living in their own messes, at their expense and risk. – J.Z.

NIXON & THE ECONOMY, PP 369. Politicians are all distinguishable only by different degrees of meddling. – J.Z.

NIXON, ROBERT, Free Enterprise Marketing, 16pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.

NO GOVERNMENT vs. LIMITED GOVERNMENT, 1020, 1133. See Anarchism, Competing Government, Limited Government, On PANARCHY.

NO GOVERNOR, Glencoe, published by ROBERT J. SHEA, A journal of anarchistic ideas, Ideas for Individuals I/1, Spring 75 – I/11, July 1990, 250pp, in PP 1371/72: 1.

NO MORE CENSORSHIP, San Francisco, Fact Sheet No. 3, Sum. 89, 16pp, in PP 479.

NOBLE, DANIEL, Facts and Observations relative to the INFLUENCE OF MANUFACTURES UPON HEALTH AND LIFE, 1843, 1971, 81pp, in PP 903.

NOCK ALBERT J., Utopia in Pennsylvania: The Amish, The Atlantic Monthly, April 1941, 7pp, in PP 1,031.

NOCK, ALBERT J., Isaiah’s Job, 4pp, reproduced from NOTES FROM FEE, July 1962, in PP 1,013.

NOCK, ALBERT J., Our Enemy the State, review by ROTHBARD, 1p: 39, in PP 1468.

NOCK, ALBERT J., See: PALMER, CECIL, Review of: OUR ENEMY THE STATE, 1p, in PP 1411/1412: 282.

NOCK, ALBERT J., The Criminal State, 5pp, 1939, 29x, in PP 243.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, 1. Mr. Jefferson & 2. Our Enemy the State: 447,2pp reviews only, by EDMUND A. OPITZ & ROBERT M. THORNTON, in PP1529- 33.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Community that Pays its Own Bills, 9pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Culture and Pedantry, 1p, from his “Free Speech and Plain Language, in PP 1411/12: 366.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, H.L. Mencken, Man of Prejudices, 5pp, in PP 1428/29: 412.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Henry George, Unorthodox American, 1933, 11pp, in PP 276.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Introduction to A.J. Nock by LISSNER, WILL, 1p, in PP 276: 110.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Mr. Jefferson, 1p review only, by RICHARD COOPER, in PP 1382/85: 239.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, The Ideal Unversity, 1p from his editorial: The Vanishing University, in The Freeman Book, 1924, in PP 1418: 5.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, The Myth of a Guilty Nation, reviewed by JAMES J. MARTIN, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 15.

NOCK, ALBERT JAY, Why Nature’s Way is Best, 4pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, A 2pp sampling of the books it offers, 24x in PP 50-54.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, Artemus Ward, 5pp, 307, in PP 1454. – This contribution is only initialled: R.M.T. – If the society cleared it with the publishers and heirs, I would gladly microfiche all the writings by AJN that they would want me to and made available to me – if I do not possess them already. Instead, they are committed to trade a few new and second-hand copies. – J.Z.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, Circular, of Jan. 95, 2pp, in PP 1239.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, Circulars received in 1996/97, 8pp: 185, in PP 1488.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, June 96 circular, 8pp, in PP 1409/10: 403.

NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, Mailing, 7pp, rec. in June 97, in PP 1428/29: 410.

NOELL v.d. NAHMER, ROBERT, Deckung des oeffentlichen Bedarfs durch nicht-inflatorische Papiergeldausgabe, Die, FINANZARCHIV, Neue Folge, Bad 2, 194, 35 S., in PP 805.

NOFFS, TED, Drug Abuse, Wayside Chapel leaflet, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1362/63: 228.

NOFFS, TED, Youth and Drugs in an Australian Setting, 3pp, in PP 1362/63: 230.

NOISE, PP 1105,

NOLAN, DAVID F, Should you be protected from yourself? 1p, in PP 1382/85: 288.

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

NOLAN, DAVID F., Appeal regarding “Project Liberty”, 1982, 6pp, 29x, in PP 549.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Bringing the Revolution Home, 5pp, in PP 499.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Chiang of Free China, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 12.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Classifying & Analyzing Politico-Economic Systems, 7pp: 349, in PP 1457/62.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Free Market Education: A Radical Proposal, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 805. – 5pp: 186, in PP 1457/62.

NOLAN, DAVID F., LIBER.TV, on liberty on TV, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p430.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Minority Parties in America, 1973, 3pp, in PP 274.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Present at the Creation, 2pp, in PP 1350, on the libertarian party movement: 35. – What could have been done otherwise, with the enthusiasm, manhours and funds sunk into libertarian party attempts? – Could they not have been mobilized for more fruitful endeavours? Does politics have mass appeal, like sports, music etc., but freedom studies, writing, publishing etc. has not? – J.Z., 30.9.97.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Present at the Creation, Interview by AGAINST THE WALL with David F. Nolan, 7pp, in PP 1432/1439: 975.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Review of: LUCE, PHILLIP ABBOT, Road to Revolution, 1p: 22, in PP 1457/62.

NOLAN, DAVID F., Review of: MEYER, MARTIN J. & MCDANIEL, JOSEPH M., Dr., Jr., Don’t Bank On It, 1p: 360, in PP 1457/62.

NOLAN, DAVID F., The Case for a Libertarian Political Party, 1971, 3pp, in PP 1273. – 3pp: 512, in PP 1457/62. – See: LP.

NOLAN, DAVID F., United States of America, New House Rules, The Day After Tomorrow, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 109.

NOLAN, JAMES M., Russia: Struggle for Power, 1922-26, 5pp, in PP 1409/10: 197.

NOLAN, JAMES, Pax Libertatis, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 185. – See: PEACE, PAX ROMANA, PAX BRITANNICA, PAX AMERICANA.

NOLAN, JIM, The Politics of Garbage, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 47.

NOLTE, NED, Care Package from Chaos, 2pp, short story: 401, in PP 1457/62.

NOMAD, MAX, Comrade Anatole. The Political Evolution of Anatole France, 1959, 14pp: 64, in PP 1471.

NOMAD, MAX, Credo of a Dissenter, 8pp, 36x, in PP 412, p260.

NOMAD, MAX, Radicalism – A Summing Up, 4pp: 78, in PP 1471.

NOMADIC SURVIVAL, See: STARCHILD, ADAM, Nomadic Survival, the PT concept inspired by Harry Schultz, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 110. – It is slightly easier when you are financially well-off. – J.Z.

NOMOS, May/June & July/Aug. 86, 72pp, in PP 848, Vol. V, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1987, sample copy, 32pp, with 1p subscription appeal, 87 & 2pp of contents listing, Vol. I, 1983 – Vol. V, June 87, in PP 849.

NOMOS, Studies in Spontaneous Order, Vol. I, Nos 1-4 and Vol. II, Nos. 1-2, Winter 1983 – Summer 1984, ed. by Joseph L. Bast & Diane Carol Bast, 29x, in PP 526/527. Autumn 84 – 1990, II/3 – VII/4, incomplete, with some correspondence, 833pp, In PP 1080 – 1086. Missing: III/3 or May/June 85; pages 30/31 in III/5; V/4 or July/Aug. 87; VI/3-6 or May – Dec. 88; VII/5ff. Typically, I have not come across anyone as yet whose set was complete and accessible to me. – J.Z.

NON-AGGRESSION PRINCIPLE, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., In Defence of the Non-Aggression Principle, (1), 2pp: 224; (2), 2pp: 233; (3), 2pp: 248, (4), 3pp: 259, in PP 1404/06. – Compare: Nonviolence.



NON-INTERVENTINISM, See: DOENECKE, JUSTUS D., The Literature of Isolationism, a guide to non-interventionist scholarship, 1930- 1972, Ralph Myles Publisher, Colorado Springs, 1972, 89pp, indexed by authors, in PP 1278: 168.

NONINTERVENTION : PAUL, RON, Come Home, America! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1255.

NON-INTERVENTION, See: PP 1052-61, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives 8.

NON-SMOKERS’ RIGHTS ASSOCIATION, Risks for a second-hand smoker or Smoking Against Your Will, 10pp, 29x, in PP 527.

NONVIOLENCE, See: ANARCHISME ET NON-VIOLENCE, Beaumont, Jan.-Mars 1972, 48pp: 88, in PP 1474.

NONVIOLENCE, See: BEYER, WOLFRAM, Anarcho-Pazifismus. Konzept fuer eine gewaltfreie Revolution, 12 S., in PP 1408: 61.

NONVIOLENCE, See: PP 408, 896, 929, 983, 1001, 1011, 1099, 1123, 1140, 1157; See: THE VOLUNTARYIST; MARTIN, BRIAN, several articles; AGGRESSIVE PACIFISM.

NONVIOLENCE, see: SMITH, GEORGE H., Nonviolent Ways to Change Society, Lessons from Gandhi, 1p, on 3 works of Gene Sharp, in PP 278: 219. – See also: PP 1236.

NONVIOLENCE, See: STEYSKAL, NEIL, The Nonviolent Road to Liberation, 90, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 241.

NONVIOLENT RESISTANCE, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Literature of Nonviolent Resistance and Civilian-Based Defense, published as: HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, vol. 9, no. 1, Summer 1994, 14pp, in PP 1541/42: 253.




NORDHOFF, CHARLES, Politics for Young Americans, N.Y., 1875, 259pp, in PP 1092. Full of errors and prejudices as well as of pro-freedom insights and proposals. – J.Z.

NORDIN, INGEMAR, Social Engineering : State Monopoly vs. Market Pluralism, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

NORDYKE, LEWIS, Baloney in Beef Controls, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 272.

NORML, Hemp for Ecology, 1p from National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, in PP 1171.

NORSK FORUM FOR OKOLOGISK OKONOMI, to MEGALLI, Theo, 26 Nov. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.

NORSTAR BANK, Universal Education Loan Application 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

NORTH COUNTRY LIBERTARIAN, Newsletter of the LP of Wisconsin: 1., n.d., no number, 2., IV/4, Winter issue 87, 14pp, in PP 492.

NORTH, D.C. & R.L. MILLER, Abortion, Baseball, & Weed, 1p review by ALAN REYNOLDS, in PP 1367/68: 108.

NORTH, DOUGLAS C., Structure and Performance: The Task of Economic History, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 16, Sep. 78, 963-978.

NORTH, GARY, Domestic Inflation vs. International Solvency, 6pp: 35, in PP 1529- 33.

NORTH, GARY, Fixed Exchange Rates and Monetary Crises, THE FREEMAN, March 1972, 18pp, in PP 793.

NORTH, GARY, Free Parking… Space Not Available, 3pp: 155, in PP 1529-33.

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

NORTH, GARY, How Not to Cure an Energy Crisis, 7pp: 160, in PP 1529-33.

NORTH, GARY, Sorry, no further bids…, 5pp: 141, in PP 1506/07.

NORTH, GARY, Statist Bureaucracy in the Modern Economy, 12pp: 112, in PP 1529- 33.

NORTH, GARY, The Feminine Mistake. The Economics of Women’s Liberation, 11pp: 126, in PP 1529-33.

NORTH, JOANNA, Ed., The GCSE: An Examination, 2pp flyer, in PP 890.

NORTH, Sir DUDLEY, Lesestueck, 1691, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 20pp, 29x, in PP 620.

NORTHAMPTON LIBERTARIAN, 1989, 32pp, in PP 1232.

NORTHCOTE PARKINSON, C., Prof., The Evolution of Political Thought, review only, by DAWSON, DAVID J., Patterns of Political Change, 3pp, in PP 1376: 115.

NORTHCOTE PARKINSON, C., Prof., The Law & the Profits, review only, by TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Tax Collector’s New Clothes, 4p, in PP 1376: 87.

NORTHWEST LIBERTARIAN, Newsletter of the LP of Washington State, 87 – 90, 155pp, incomplete, in PP 493. No. 1, Oct. 87; 2: Dec 87/Jan. 88; Feb. 88 – Nov. 88; Feb. 89 – June 90.

NORTHWEST REGIONAL REPORT, No. 2, Dec. 87, No. 3, Feb. 88 & No. 5, May 88, in PP 493.

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, 2 Anarchist rollfilms, ca. 3,000 pages, sponsored by John Zube. See the leaflet, in the appendix for titles and supplier.

NORTON, D., Personal Destinies, here only in a 2pp review, by M.W. Jackson: To Each His Own, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p206.

NORTON, DAVID L., Individualism and Productive Justice, ETHICS 87, 1977, 113-125, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p219. Headed: Justice and Self-Actualization.

NORTON, DAVID, Liberty, Virtue, and Self-Development: A Eudaimonistic Perspective, paper delivered at the Liberty Fund – Reason Foundation sponsored Symposium on Virtue and Political Liberty, Santa Barbara, Cal., April 24-27, 1980, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1072, headed: Liberty and Virtue.

NORVELL v. THE STATE, Supreme Court of Alabama, 1873/4, Indictment for Emitting and Circulating Change-bills, 5pp, 29x, in PP 738.

NORWAY: WELSH, KERRY, Libertarian spirit alive in socialist Norway, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 166.

NOTE ISSUE BANKING, PP 737. See Monetary Freedom.

NOTES FROM FEE, 1964-1971, 9/64, 7/65, 7/66, 3/67, 9/67, 1/68, 3/69, 9/68, 11/68, 1/69, 3/69, 5/69, 7/69, 9/69, 1/71, 2/71, 5/71, 68pp, mostly written by Leonard E. Read, in PP 976.

NOTES FROM FEE, July 1979, 4pp, 24x, in PP 64-65, Sept. 1979, 5pp, 24x, in PP 70-74. – Jan. 1982, 5pp, 29x, in PP 408. – May 89, with leaflet on Austrian Economics literature, 6pp, in PP 882.

NOTTEN, MICHAEL VAN, Encouraging Enterprise. The Belgian Experience, 4pp, in PP 1445: from ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, July 83.

NOTTEN, MICHAEL VAN, The Inside Story on the Somali Conflict, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p316. – Without awareness of the exterritorial autonomy alternative for volunteer communities, no real insights on such civil wars are possible. It is like being a member of a well-meaning fire brigade, but without awareness of what causes fire and what water can do against it. – J.Z.

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

NOTTEN, Michael von, The Political Rationale for Free Zones in Europe, from: FREEDOM IN OUR TIME, ed. by Vincent H. Miller, panarchist extract, 1p, 29x, in PP 755.

NOUVION, GEORGES de, Frederic Bastiat, Sa Vie – Ses Oeuvres, Se Doctrines, paris, 1905, 370pp, in PP 1100.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, A Conservative Concept of Capitalism, M.N. interviewed by Lindsay Perigo, 3pp, in PP 1336/39: 354.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, Capitalism only hope for the Third World, here only 3pp of press notices on this lecture, in PP 467.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, Free Persons and the Common Good, reviewed in 3pp by Richard M. Ebeling, 1990, in PP 1,027.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, Productivity and Social Justice, in: Will Capitalism Survive? ed. Ernest W. Lefever. Ethics and Policy Center: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1006, headed: Democratic Capitalism, Justice, & Religion.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, American Enterprise Institute & Simon & Schuster, N.Y., 1982, 434pp, review only, by TOMMY W. ROGERS: 363, in PP 1529-33.

NOVAK, MICHAEL, This Hemisphere of Liberty: A Philosophy of the Americas, AEI, 1990, 152pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

NOVATORE, RENZO, In the Kingdom of the Spooks, 2pp, from Armand’s L’UNIQUE, Nov.-Dec., 1954, in PP 1420/22: 41.

NOVE, ALEC, The Economics of Feasible Socialism, London, Allen & Unwin, 1984, review by DAVID RAMSAY STEELE, In Search of Feasible Socialism, 7pp: 105, in PP 1505.

NOVY, KLAUS & UHLIG, GUENTHER, Wirtschaftsarchaeologische Bemuehungen zur Vielfalt verschuetteter Formen der Gegenoekonomie, mit Literaturverzeichnis (3 S.), 1980, 24 S.: 9.

NOVY, KLAUS, Alternative Oekonomie – Vorwaerts oder Rueckwaerts? 6 S., in PP 1413/14: 5.

NOVY, KLAUS, Remoralisierung der Oekonomie? Gedanken zur Chances u. Grenzen des genossenschaftlichen Identitaetsprinzips, 11 S., 1984, in PP 1417: 34.

NOW WHAT, Issue Two, Spring 1989, by Waves Forest, Monterey, CA, 32pp, in PP 1,000. Contains: Oxygen and the Future of Life on Earth; Fresh Water from the Sea: Electrogravitational Desalination; The Ultimate Soil Nutrient is Free: Seawater Restores Trace Mineral Balance, Boosk Crop Yields and Pest Resistance; An Overview of Solid-State Free Energy Devices, by Mobius Rex; Is Is the 11th Hour: Do You Know Where Your Democracy Is? by Cyrano; Contacts and Sources of Unapproved News.

NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, present address & activities unknown, 68pp of unique information, including an AIDS and cancer cure, SEAWATER DESALINATION, ELECTROGRAVITATIONAL, PP 1028/29. NOWILL, Julian, The Raucous Return of Radio Piracy, 1980, London, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

NOYES, Richard, What’s Taking Us So Long? 1982, 11pp, Georgist, 48x, in PP 626.

NOZICK, ROBERT, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, N.Y., Basic Books, 1974, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p67. Headed: The Case for Government.

NOZICK, ROBERT, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, reviewed by ERIC MACK, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 27.

NOZICK, ROBERT, Philosophical Explanations, here only in 7pp review: D.M. Armstrong, In Search of Values, The Philosophy of Robert Nozick, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p.240.

NOZICK, ROBERT, Philosophical Explanations, review by JIM DOWNARD, Part I, 10pp; Part II, 12pp: 35, in PP 1479.

NOZICK, ROBERT, See: DOWNARD, JIM, Interface: Nozick, Rand, and what Lies between them, Part I, 8pp: 101; Part II, 11pp: 122, in PP 1479.

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

NOZICK, ROBERT, State, Anarchy, and Utopia, here only in a 4pp review by Lauchlan Chipman, in QUADRANT, titled The Libertarian Right, 36x, in PP 418-419, p194.

NRMA, 1984 letter, informing that now only the Government Insurance Office may provide Compulsory Third Party Insurance in N.S.W., 1p, 29x, in PP 724. Since then this business has become privatized and competitive, again. – J.Z. 1/94.




NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, UNILATERAL1, PP 2, 3, 6, 16-18, 61-63, 399 – 401, 1052-61 (LA Foreign Policy Perspectives 17).


NUCLEAR ENERGY, Green Revolution, special issue, 36/5, in PP 1386/91: 704ff.

NUCLEAR ENERGY, See: AHMAD, DEAN, Nuclear Energy vs. the Free Market, 1p, in PP 275.

NUCLEAR ENERGY, See: BECKMANN, PETR, Energy Elitists, 19pp: 119, in PP 1506/07. – As if the nuclear power lobby were not elitist, privileged and subsidized. – J.Z., 27.5.98. – BRIAN MARTIN wrote an interesting small book, aptly titled: Nuclear Barons, on two privileged and powerful promoters of nuclear energy in Australia. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

NUCLEAR ENERGY, See: MUELLER, MILTON, Nuclear Power: Child of the Corporate State, 5pp: 85, in PP 1506/07.

NUCLEAR ENERGY, See: OSBORN, JULIAN, The Facts – a reply to Bolwell’s Against Nuclear Energy, 9pp: 73, in PP 1504. – I am no longer surprised to find that “objective” and “respected” scientists are able to ignore facts which do not fit their favourite model. They seem to live in ivory towers, too, surrounded by yes-sayers. Probably, before such people would concede that they might be wrong, millions may have to die. – Apart from those who at least convinced themselves of the harmlessness and rightfulness of the use of nuclear energy, there are always apologists to be found for governments and their favourite industries, even among “scientists”. – J.Z.


NUCLEAR FREEZE, UPDATE editorial: The Nuclear Freeze Is a Libertarian Issue, 2p, in PP 277, sheets 104 & 115.

NUCLEAR MATERIALS AND WEAPONS EXPERIMENTS by governments, using up the own subjects, often without their knowledge or consent, PP 1142.

NUCLEAR NIGHTMARE, PP 337, 418/19p13.

NUCLEAR REACTORS & WEAPONS: CLIFTON, MERRITT, Libs & Nukes, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 573.

NUCLEAR REACTORS, PP 8, A Problem of Insurance, PP 182, 290.

NUCLEAR REACTORS, See: Price- Anderson Repeal Campaign Underway, 1p, in PP 279: 38, on repeal of very limited government insurance for nuclear reactor accidents. What has become of this campaign? – J.Z., 10/97.

NUCLEAR REACTORS, See: ROBERTS, CALVIN, Ukraine mourns nuclear disaster, 1p, 96, in PP 1349: 120. – While the reactors age and have one accident after the other, more or less reported, their defenders engage in a shouting match : Our reactors are safer than yours! – and people living around them are given no say on the matter – J.Z.

NUCLEAR REACTORS, See: SUTHERLAND, TRACY, Chernobyl’s Heroes Pay Tragic Price, 1p, in PP 1349: 121.

NUCLEAR REACTORS: AP & LA Times/Washington Post News Service, n.d.: N-plant shut when staff caught asleep, 1p, in PP 500.

NUCLEAR REACTORS: AP clipping, 4.2.87: Chernobyl disaster’s death toll put at 15,000 by Soviet ex-factory worker, 1p;

NUCLEAR REACTORS: ROSS, PHILLIP, You Want Clean and Green? Go Nuclear, 1p, in P1336/39: 357. – Some libertarians, too, suffer from collective myopia when it comes to “modern”, “scientific” and “clean” nuclear power and trod along the governmental propaganda line or that of privileged corporations. – J.Z., 18.1996.

NUCLEAR REACTORS: ROYCE, ERIC SCOTT, Nuke Issue Blows Up! Plants Decay as Taxes Mushroom, 1p, 76, in PP 1345/46: 64.

NUCLEAR REACTORS: SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER, Repeal the Price-Anderson Act, 2pp leaflet against nuclear reactors, in PP 1428/29: 326.


NUCLEAR TESTS, FRENCH & CHINESE tests, Suicide or Tyrannicide in Response? PP 3.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, From Particular Single Steps all else Could Follow, PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, Program for the Prevention of Nuclear War, from appendix I of PP 16 – 18, with a human rights draft of 27 points, in PP 589/90.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, Steps to Prevent Nuclear War, in PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, The most Important Single Point for the Prevention of Nuclear War, in PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, Three Steps towards Nuclear War Prevention, in PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, Why Would the Basic, Libertarian & Constitutional Reform, Advocated by this Publication, Prevent Atomic War, Stop the Nuclear Arms Race and Make almost Everyone Interested in One-Sided Nuclear Disarmament? 8pp, in PP 12. – A no. of alphabetical entries, anticipating the handbook later reproduced in PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WAR PREVENTION, Wrong Ideas, Ideas Supposed to Prevent Nuclear War, PP 16-18. – If politicians were moral and civilized enough to be entrusted with nuclear mass murder devices, they would have destroyed them long ago, even unilaterally. Instead, they keep them in readiness against us. From which follows… – J.Z.


NUCLEAR WAR THREAT & TYRANNICIDE, PP 12, 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, 415, 1142, see TYRANNICIDE.

NUCLEAR WAR THREAT, see KOREA, NORTH KOREA, See Paranoic Kims Holds Region to Ransom, The Sunday Times, 1p, reprinted by THE AUSTRALIAN, 16 Nov.93, in PP 1142. – More madmen with their fingers on nuclear buttons? And tyrannicide is still frowned upon, if not liable to prosecution, and all too rarely discussed. How many Hitlers, Stalins and Maos do we need – to learn from their examples? My own anti-nuclear programme has been detailed in PP 16-18. – J.Z.

NUCLEAR WAR THREAT: BECKMAN, PETR, Sober facts about Nuclear War, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 175. – Nuclear war is based on the principle of collective responsibility and of “territorial integrity”, both as anti-libertarian as possible. B., although an outspoken anti-communist, was a collectivist himself, by believing that whole cities or even nations, although obviously oppressed, could be “enemies”. As far as I know, he never discussed tyrannicide, rightful war aims and warfare methods, the rightful treatment of POWs and of deserters, separate peace treaties with the oppressed, via truly representative, i.e. competing and voluntaristic governments in exile. On this topic one should rather consult M.N. ROTHBARD’S “War, Peace & the State” – and my own ABC Against Nuclear War. – J.Z., 9/97.

NUCLEAR WAR THREAT: MCCLELLAND, JIM, Too many fingers on too many nuclear triggers, 1p, SMH 11.9.95, in PP 1367/68: 246.

NUCLEAR WAR THREAT: ZUBE, JOHN to JEANES, IKE, regarding his peace book: Forecast & Solution – grappling with the nuclear, 7pp letter, 21 May 96, in PP 1440/42: 558. – No reply received. Every year probably more than a 100 books are published on this and related subjects – but one sees only rarely any of them in bookshops and libraries – and most of these are full of flawed and conventional ideas. Nevertheless, all of them should be made easily accessible. That would cost much less than another war, especially, if they were reproduced e.g. on microfiche and text only CD-ROMs. Alas, each author seem to consider his book as a panacea and the peace fans have usually only a few titles in mind and often only a single, simple and flawed peace idea. – Peace ought to be taken much more serious. So far, in bookshops, you have large sections on war but rarely even one on peace. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

NUCLEAR WAR, AN ABC AGAINST NUCLEAR WAR, a handbook of ideas on the prevention of nuclear war, proposing the dissolution of the warfare state through extension of individual liberties and responsibilities, freedom vs. the ultimate of statism – nuclear holocaust. Contains 500 suggestions, alphabetical, on unrestricted individual rights and liberties, including e.g. monetary freedom, free migration, free trade, volunteer militias, right to resist, right & duty to desert from a dictatorship, tyrannicide, military insurrections, rightful governments in exile, exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer groups – based on individual secession, decision on war & peace by the people. Also on: Unilateral nuclear disarmament, unilateral peace declarations, separate peace treaties, destruction of all nuclear reactors and on rightful war aims. 1975, 270pp, 24x, PP 16-18. – A few hundred hard copies remain. $ 10 by sea, including postage. Warning, badly printed and bound at home. But this is a small risk compared with the risk you are taking now. – J.Z.

NUCLEAR WAR, What Does Really Make for Nuclear War? 3pp, 1975, in PP 16-18.

NUCLEAR WASTES : Facts on West Valley Nuclear Wastes, compiled by the Coalition on West Valley Nuclear Wastes, 6pp, n.d., in PP 981.


NUCLEAR WEAPONS THREAT: While they exist, this threat will exist, not only directly from governments. See: SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, extract: Terror for sale at nuclear bazar, 1p, in PP 1349: 119. – See my “An ABC Against Nuclear War” in PP 16-18. – J.Z.


NUGENT, FRANKLIN M., Jury Nullification: Secret Weapon against Draft Registration, 3pp, in PP 478 & 496.

NUGUEZ, DOMINIQUE, Lenin dada, 1991, 172pp, Italian anarchist publication, sent years ago by Andrea CHERSI, in PP 1349: 67.

NULTY, T., Bishop: Back to the Land, extract by Henry George from Nulty’s essay on the Land Question, 19pp, 29x, in PP 367.

NURSEY-BRAY, PAUL, with JIM JOSE, ROBYN WILLIAMS & GRAHAM PURCHASE, A Select Bibliography of Anarchist Thought, annotated, Dec. 88, 178pp, 29x, in PP 873. A second edition was planned for Nov. 89 but appeared only much later, compiled by NURSEY-BRAY, as an expensive library book, for ca. $ 55 and copyrighted. At that

NUSSBAUM, BRUCE, The World After Oil: The Shifting Axis of Power and Wealth, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 319pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 430.

NUSSBAUMER, VIKTOR, Das Linne’sche System, 2 S., Klassifikation, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 175. Nicht jedes neue Klassifikationssystem stellt eine wertvolle neue Idee dar, obwohl solche Systeme viele Buecher fuellen. Manchmal dreht sich ein ganzes Buch nur um eine einzige und mehr oder weniger abstrakte Unterscheidung. – J.Z.

NUSSBAUMER, VIKTOR, Von Gesichten und Traeumen, 2 S., Grenzwissenschaften, Vision u. Intuition, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 198. Diese Welt leided bereits unter zu vielen irrefuehrenden Traeumen und Visionen. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

NYERGES, CHRISTOPHER, Make the Entire World Your Garden, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 157. He also sells a book: Guide to Wild Foods.




O.H., Die Selbsthilfe betrogener Frauen und Maedchen, 1 S., Selbsthilfe Auskunftei, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 145.

O.H., Institute fuer Eheglueck, 2 S., Lebenskunst, Ehe, Braeuteschule, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 80. Marriage. Where and how do people learn what makes for a good marriage partner and a happy marriage? Trial and error alone. That does not seem to work very well. Numerous optional marriage contracts would help, but also sufficient advance information on the usual problems that are encountered in these relationships and their various solutions. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

O.H., Weltuebervoelkerung: Problem und Gefahr! Eine Besprechung, 2 S., von Dr. Friedrich Lorenz: Weltuebervoelkerung – Weltfeind Nr. 1! – Mit Anmerkungen von J.Z., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 77. – K.Z. glaubte immer auf der Seite der aufgeklaerten Aussenseiter zu stehen. Hier tat er wieder einmal das Gegenteil und schreckte dadurch Aufgeklaerte ab. – Die Widerlegungen der Uebervoelkerungshypothese gehoeren auch in ein Ideen Archiv. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

OAKLEY, H., Liberty through Anarchist Communism, London, n.d., 7pp, published by Propaganda Group, in PP 1,020.

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

OBEDIENCE: MILGRAM, STANLEY, Obedience to Authority, 1p review by BARBARA BRANDEN, in PP 1367/68: 121. — BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, 1p review by LEONARD P. LIGGIO, in PP 1367/68: 132.

OBERDIEK, HANS, The Role of Sanctions and Coercion in Understanding Law and Legal Systems, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPURDENCE 21, 1976, 71-94, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p217. Headed: Legal Justice and Coercion.

OBERHOLTZER, ELLIS PAXTON, The Referendum in America, together with some chapters on the initiative and recall, new edition, with supplements covering the years from 1900 to 1911, N.Y., 1911, indexed, 533pp, in PP 1095 & 1096.

OBJECTIVISM & COMPETING GOVERNMENTS, See: CHILDS, R.A., An Open Letter to Ayn Rand. Also my own: Competing Governments, 1966, 7pp, in PP 7.

OBJECTIVISM, PP 27/28, 585, 1037, 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 22), 1125

OBJECTIVISM, See: DYKES, NICHOLAS, Galt’s Gulch or Rift Valley? Why Objectivists Should Seek Allies among those who Disagree with them, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 79. – See: RAND, AYN.

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

OBJECTIVISM, See: POOJ, FRED, Blazing Objectivism: The SF of Gordon R. Dickson, 1p, in PP 1311: 51.

OBJECTIVISM, See: RAND, AYN; – SEMMENS, JACK, Some Empirical Observations on Objectivism, 6pp: 43. Part II, Objectivism & Conservatism, 3pp: 82, in PP 1457/62.

OBJECTIVISM, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Objectivism and the State. An Open Letter to Ayn Rand, 9pp: 66, in PP 1457/62. – Discusses “competing governments” or panarchism. – J.Z.

OBJECTIVISM, See: ZEITGEIST, Oak Park, I/1, Sep. 72 – I/4, Dec. 72, II/1, Jan. 73 – II/12, Dec. 73, all issues on hand of this objectivist publication, 68pp: 1, in PP 1498.

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

OBJECTIVIST SCHOLAR, THE, II/4, 1986, 16pp: 6, in PP 1488. Only sample on hand. Copyrighted! – I do think that it is high time that Objectivists make their writings more cheaply and permanently accessible on alternative media like microfiche. To include this sample of 21pp costs me in original filming just $ 1.26, apart from the titling costs, $ 2.50, spread over 210 as large pages. To have it included in the first 100 duplicates, costs me $ 2.88, or 0.03 cents per duplicate. I think that most objectivist groups or even individuals could afford such publishing “investments” and would welcome the reductions in storage space, storage costs and postage labour that would thus become possible, as well as the permanency in print that is achieved via “on-demand publishing” in small batches from the original microfiche, whenever they are required for orders expected in the future. Moreover, most of the labour, apart from providing the original in photo-ready copy, is done, as cheaply, by automated and computerized micrographic service bureaus. If only Ayn Rand had known, appreciated and publicized this option! Why not apply some reasoning & microeconomics in this sphere NOW? – J.Z., 21.5.98.

OBJECTIVIST SCHOLAR, THE, Piedmont, Cal., An Open Exchange of Ideas by Students of Objectivism, introduction, 5pp: 1, in PP 1488.

OBJECTIVST FORUMS, New Zealand, Home Page, 2pp, in PP 1535: 172. Seems designed mainly for students.

O’BRIEN, GEORGE & LAMPO, DAVID, The Rent Control Disaster, 1979, 2pp: 29, in PP 1514.

O’BRIEN, GEORGE L., Government Schools in Crisis, 6pp, in PP 1445: 64.

O’BRIEN, GEORGE L., Social Security. Warning. Time Is Running out on a Bankrupt System, 6pp, in PP 1445: 60.

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

O’BRIEN, M.D., Free Libraries, 24pp, 36x, in PP 202.

O’BRIEN, M.D., Private Property or, Old-fashioned Folly and New Philosophy, n.d., ca. 1900, 4pp, published by the Liberty and Property Defence League, Westminster, in PP 962.

O’BRIEN, M.D., Socialism Tested by Facts, 248pp, 1892, 29x, in PP 487.

O’BRIEN, M.D., The Natural Right to Freedom, 395pp, 29x, in PP 488.

O’BRIEN, PATRICK, Free the Universities, 2pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p334.

O’BRIEN, PATRICK, The State Shall Not Wither Away – The Soviet Constitution, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p19.

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

O’BYRNE, HUGH, Funds cuts ground a new heroin cure, 1p on John McDonald’s acupuncture method for treating drug addiction, in PP 1362/63: 242.

O’CALLAGHAN, MARY-LOUISE, A Free-Market Visionary, 1p in SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, Dec. 21, 1987, profiling Roger Douglas, N.Z.’s minister of finance, in PP 803.


OCEAN FREEDOM / OCEAN LIVING, all 12 issues, vol. I, Nos. 1 – 10 & Vol. II, Nos. 1 & 2, March 67 – October 1970, 98pp, 29x, in PP 678.

OCEAN FREEDOM NOTES, Nos. 1-6, by Jim Stumm, Feb. 84 – June 86, 13pp, 29x, in PP 678. Nos. 10-12, Dec. 89 – July 90, 5pp, in PP 1171.

OCEAN FREEDOM, 30 leaflets, clippings and articles, compiled by J. Zube, 57pp, 29x, in PP 679.

OCEAN FREEDOM: A New Frontier – The Ocean, an interview by Vince Miller of Adam Starchild and Dyer Grossman of the Ocean Living Institute, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.


OCEANIA – THE NEW COUNTRY, FAQ, 7pp, in PP 1541/42: 114. – The Atlantis Project started in 1993. It had several predecessors.

OCEANS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatizing the Oceans, 1p: 104, in PP 1515.

OCKERT, JOHN D. Truth in Zip Coding, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.

O’CONNOR, JOHN, A New Consciousness & its Polemics, 8pp: 87, in PP 1482. – Has any valuable new freedom idea come from the “new consciousness” of L.S.D. and other drug users? – J.Z.

O’CONNOR, MAX, In Praise of the Devil, 1991, 2pp, LA Atheist Notes No. 3, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’CONNOR, MAX, Libertarian Pollution Control, 4pp, in PP 925. – 1990, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 26, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’CONNOR, MAX, Private Police and the Free Rider Problem, LA Political Notes, No. 17, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

O’CONNOR, MAX, Sex, Coercion, and the Age of Consent, LA Political Notes, No. 10, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696. – 2pp, with 2pp of comment by Sisem: 51, in PP 1430/31.

O’CONNOR, MAX, State Intervention and 19th Century Education, 1986, LA Educational Notes, No. 3, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

O’CONNOR, MAX, The Importance of Selfishness, The Dangers of Altruism, 4pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

ODD MAN OUT, Nos. 1-4, Feb. 1978 – Dec. 1978, by Jim Stumm, 48pp, 42x, in PP 680.

O’DONNELL, BOB to ZUBE, JOHN, 7 May 92, 1p, 4.6.92, 4pp, 18.7.92, 2pp, in PP 25.

O’DONNELL, ROBERT to ZUBE, JOHN, 7 May 92, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 200., 4 June 92, 2pp, in PP 1428/29: 203, with a Figure and some notes on how O’Donnell suggests banks should keep books, 2pp: 205.- 18 July 92, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 210. – 15 August 95, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 216.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Frank A. Fetter and “Austrian” Business Cycle Theory, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOOMY 12, Winter 80, 542-557, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1271, headed: Frank Fetter & the Austrian School.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., & RIZZO, M.J., The Economics of Time and Ignorance, only a 1p flyer for the book, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Class Analysis, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Deregulation and Monetary Reform, 13pp, in PP 1247.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Justice, Efficiency and the Economic Analysis of Law: A Comment on Fried, JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 9, March 80, 355-366, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1007, headed: The Economic Analysis of Law vs. Values.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Money in a Deregulated Financial System, Economic Review, May 1985, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 12pp, in PP 1,042.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Nixon and the Economy, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., Class Analysis, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., The American Express Case: Public Good or Monopoly? THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 19, 1976, 163-175, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p198. Headed: Information Costs.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., The Conservation Question, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 14.

O’DRISCOLL, GERALD P., Jr., The Military-Industrial-University Complex, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

OEKOBANK, DIE, eine Bank fuer die Bewegung? 6 S., 36x, in PP 736.

OELTJAN, JARRET C., Usury: Utilitarian or Useless, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, 3, 1975, 169-235, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p120. Headed: Useless Usury Laws.

OELZE, ERICH, Was geht uns Kant an? 4 S., Forschung, Erkenntnislehre. Mit kritischer Anmerkung von U.v.Bth., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 133.

OERTER, FRITZ, Chaos, 3 S., in PP 1322: 54.

OERTER, FRITZ, Der Staat, die Revolution und wir, 3 S., in PP 1322: 60.

OERTER, FRITZ, Die Palladine Mammon des Grossen, 2 S., in PP 1322: 23.

OERTER, FRITZ, Kapitalismus – Kommunismus, 3 S., in PP 1322: 15.

OERTER, FRITZ, Wo fehlt’s? 3 S., in PP 1322: 28.

OERTER, FRITZ, Zentralisation, 4 S., in PP 1322: 38.

OESOW, Ackerbau im hoechsten Norden (Kola, USSR), 2 S., Forschung, Landwirtschaft, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 70. – Unter dem Sovietsystem war die Landwirtschaft nicht einmal unter den guenstigsten natuerlichen Bedingungen erfolgreich. Freie Bauern, dagegen, wie U.v. Beckerath zu sagen pflegte, schreien immer noch nach mehr Essern – oder, vielmehr, nach zahlungsfaehigen Abnehmern, solange die Zahlungs- und Verrechnungsmoeglichkeiten nicht freigesetzt sind. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

OESTREICH, RUDOLF, Das wahre Gesicht der herrschenden Klasse, Berlin, undatiert, 1932? 1933? 16 S., in PP 1419: 133.

OESTREICH, RUDOLF, Die Friedenstragikomoedie, 2 S., in PP 1322: 24.

OESTREICH, RUDOLF, Haltet die Waffen bereit, 2 S., in PP 1322: 20.

OFF THE BEATEN PATH, 1986 Guide to Unusual Publications, 4pp, in PP 786, 1987 Guide to Unusual Publications, 4pp, in PP 814.

OFFICER, R.R. & DODD, Peter, Corporate Control, Economic Efficiency and Shareholder Justice, CIS, 1986, 52pp, 36x, in PP 718.

OFFICER, R.R., BISHOP, STEVEN & DODD, PETER, AUSTRALIAN TAKEOVERS: The Evidence, 1972 – 1985, CIS, 1987, 81pp, 36x, in PP 718.

OFFICER, R.R., Process and Consequences of Regulation of a Profession with Specific Reference to Real Estate Agents, 1984, 16pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

OGDEN, WILLIAM J., A Tax Talk to Business Men, 1934, 187pp, in PP 1265. Georgist.

OGILVIE, SHEILAGH, Towards a Critical Classical Liberal History, Bibliographic Essay, 6pp: 117, in PP 1463/64.

OGILVIE, WILLIAM, See: DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George and also The Land Gospel according to Winstanley “The Digger”, 1899, 152pp, in PP 1259.

OGILVIE, WILLIAM, The Right of Property in Land, An Essay on the Right of Property in Land, with respect to its foundation in the law of nature, its present establishment by the municipal laws of Europe and the regulation by which it might be rendered more beneficial to the lower ranks of mankind, 1781, 1838, 1891, 157pp, in PP 1264.

OGLE, ARTHUR BUD, Above the World: William Jennings Bryan’s View of the American Nation in International Affairs, NEBRASKA HISTORY 61, Sum. 80, 153-171, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1385, headed: Bryan & Moralistic Foreign Policy.

OGLESBY, CARL, The Yankee and Cowboy War: Conspiracies from Dallas to Watergate, review only, 1p, by JACK R. PATTERSON, in PP 1311: 187.

O’HAIR, MADALYN MURRAY, The Second Commandment, 3pp, in AMERICAN ATHEIST, in PP 1239.

O’HAIR, MADLYN MURRAY, 1972, 5pp interview by Walter Block & R. Fucetola, in PP 1,027.

O’HAIR, ROBIN, The Death of Constitutional Law – ‘Paper Tigers’ and Utilitarian Government, 24pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.

O’HARA, JOHN, Tackling, ignoring the industrial crunch, 1976 clipping, on Kelso Plan, 3pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.

O’HARA, MAREEN, Of Myths & Monkeys, A Critical Look at Critical Mass, 5pp, with bibliography, in HUNDREDTH MONKEY EFFECT, A compilation of some remarks on the Hundredth Monkey Effect, as observed or stated e.g. by Ken Keyes, Jr., Lyall Watson et al, 15pp, in PP 1072.

OHASHI, TED M., Marketing of SOEs: Capital Markets and Marketing Devices, 1986, 12pp, in PP 1,014.

O’HEARN, DANIEL, The Continuing Relevance of Social Darwinism, 1p: 99, in PP 1469.

OIL AND AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY, See: HAGEL, JOHN, III, Oil and American Foreign Policy, 6pp, in PP 1312/1314: 73.

OIL INDUSTRY, PP 381, 490, 1150, 1152/53, 1158

OIL, See: CONTRA MAGAZINE, Stockholm, Oil, a European Perspective, 8pp: 195, in PP 1506/07.

OIL, See: NUSSBAUM, BRUCE, The World After Oil: The Shifting Axis of Power and Wealth, N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 319pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 430.

OIL, See: WALTERS, ALAN, Sir, The World Economy and Current Developments in Worldwide Oil Markets, 1991, 9pp: 111, in PP1515.

O’KEEFE, ERIC, Take Anarchy … Please, 1p, in PP 277/278. – As if pop dictionaries could decide upon such questions, rightfully and permanently. – J.Z.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, Empire and other Costly Dreams, 1987, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, Review of DEMOCRACY & CAPITALISM, by S. Bowles & H. Gintis, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, The Contradictions of Socialist Education, 1990, 2pp, LA Educational Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, The Crisis in British Education, 1991, 2pp, LA Educational Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, The National Curriculum: A Critique, 1989, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 4, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, DENNIS, The Real Racism, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 46, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW & SHEPHERD, ROBIN, Against Equality: A Critique of Bernard Williams, 1992, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 23, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, From Minimal State to Welfare State, 1990, 2pp, LA Historical Notes No. 10, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Was the U.S. ever really a minimal State or, in all too many respects, already an authoritarian State? Look at its taxation, protectionism, postal, money, defence and jurisdiction monopolies, its whole territorial authoritarianism, militarily suppressing even a geographical secession. And if you are e.g. black red or yellow skinned, your judgment will tend to be even harsher. What for some is an acceptable minimum is for others already far beyond their acceptable maximum of government Suum cuique: To each his own. Only exterritorialism would give each the chance to get the government or the free society of his or her dreams. J.Z.)

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, In Praise of Insider Trading, 1989, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 18, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, Marriage and the State, 1988, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 31, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, Retribution vs. Restitution, 1989, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, The Folly of Industrial Policy, 1992, 2pp, LA Economic Notes No. 48, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, Why the State Should be Neutral between Theories of the Good Life: A Libertarian Defence of Ronald Dworkin, 1992, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 21, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

O’KEEFFE, MATTHEW, World Ownership Is not Compatible with Self-Ownership: A Defence of Robert Nozick against G.A. Cohen, 1992, 10pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 20, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

OKIN, SUSAN MOLLER, Philosopher Queens and Private Wives, PHILOSOPHY & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 6, Sum. 77, 345-369, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p900, headed: Plato on Women and Property.

OKIN, SUSAN MOLLIER, Rousseau’s Natural Woman, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS 41, 1979, 393-416, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p904, headed: Rousseau’s Anti-feminism.

OKLAHOMA CAUCUS, THE, NL of the LP of Oklahoma, Sum. 89 & First 90 issue, 14pp, in PP 1270.

OLASKY, MARVIN, Corporate Giver Beware, WSJ, June 28, 1985, 1p, in PP 1,017.

OLDAY, JOHN, The March to Death, drawings illustrating quotes he liked, an 8 chapter booklet, here reproduced on a mere 10 sheets, Freedom Press, London, 1944, 1945, in PP 1089.

OLDENQUIST, ANDREW, Evolution and Ethics, THE PERSONALIST 59, 1978, 58-69, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p609, headed: Sociobiology and Ethics.

OLDING, A., Polanyi’s Notion of Hierarchy, RELIGIOUS STUDIES 16, March 80, 97-102, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1263, headed: Polanyi, Hierarchy & Reductionism.

OLDS, IRVING S., The Price of Price Controls, 1952, 10pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.

O’LEARY, ELLEN, The Right to Bear Arms, 2pp, from CHALCEDON REPORT, August 1996, 245, in PP 1463/64.

O’LEARY, JAMES P., Wilhelm Roepke and the Problems of Contemporary International Political Economy, WORLD AFFAIRS 14, Spring 79, 307-312, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1203, headed: Roepke: Laissez faire and Social Order.

OLIPHANT, MARK, Sir, Peace Plan, 1p, 29x, in PP 1&2.

OLIVER, J. MICHAEL, In Defense of Pirateering, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 148. – Piracy against the State or expropriation of the State? Compare PP 19C.

OLIVER, J. MICHAEL, Strategy & Tactics, 1p: 90, in PP 1498.

OLIVER, MICHAEL J., An Open Letter to Ayn Rand, The Libertarian Party & other Advocates of “Limited Government”, 2pp: 81, in PP 1498.

OLIVER, MICHAEL J., Trailblazers: Benjamin Tucker, 1p: 75, in PP 1498.

OLIVER, MICHAEL J., Tuccille Misses the Mark, Review of TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, 1p: 72, in PP 1498.

OLIVER, MIKE, A New Constitution for a New Country, 1968, 129pp, 29x, in PP 209.

OLIVER, MIKE, Remarks on Proprietary Communities, 1972, 6pp, 24x, in PP 107-108.

OLIVER, MIKE, The Case for a New Country, 3pp, in PP 274: 11.

OLIVER, MIKE, Why I Aided Na-Griamel, 2pp, in PP 958, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 729.

OLIVIER, ROBIN, A great escape, poorly depicted. Review of a film on SBS, Sydney Morning Herald, May 11, 1995, reporting on the escape of Jewish people from the Nazis, from Denmark to Sweden, with the extensive help not only of the Danish people but, ALSO, of the local GESTAPO! 1p, in PP 1257.

OLIVIER, SYDNEY, contribution to A SYMPOSIUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 1890, 5pp, 29x, in PP 356.

OLMSTEAD, SCOTT, Homesteading: Key to Justice in Telecommunications, 1p, in PP 1297. Is someone going to “homestead” sound waves and light waves, too? Monopolism advanced by libertarians is still monopolism. See: Broadcasting.

OLOF PALME LECTURES ON COMMON SECURITY, 1988, leaflet only, 1p. The lectures are appearing as a book by Radmila Nakarada & Jan Oberg, 24x, in PP 914.

OLSEN, M.A. & MATHEWS, ALISON, 3pp Release, March 92, on The Gold Book, in PP 1182.


O’MALLEY, MARTIN, Getting the Bird: Nothin’ could be finah than a promoter with a Mynah, 4pp: 147, in PP 1506/07. – Short story. O’MEARA, MAUREEN F., Towards a Typology of Historical Discourse: The Case of Voltaire, MNL 93, 1978, 938-962, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1108, headed: Voltaire’s

OMEGA AUSTRALIA FILE, 3p leaflet, 29x, in PP 725.

ON LIBERTY, Sydney, 1979-1980, 29x, in PP 517/518.

ON PANARCHY, compiled and edited by John Zube: Nos. I: PP 505, II: PP 506, III: PP 507, IV: PP 510, V: PP 554, VI: PP 585, VII: PP 671, VIII: PP 672, IX: PP 689, X: PP 755, XI: PP 832 & XII: PP 833, XIII: PP 869, XIV: PP870, XV: PP879, XVI: 901, all 126pp each, all 126pp each, 29x (if I remember it right. J.Z.). XVII, Feb. 93, 210pp, 36x, in PP 1,051. Contents list 9pp, with a 2pp list of other panarchist – interest writings in the Peace Plans series , 29x, in PP 833. (A sub-series of Peace Plans, dealing especially with the possibility and potential of exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer groups – to give to each individual the government or no-government of his or her choice. A framework for all kinds of isms, tolerantly practised, finally introducing freedom of action and freedom to experiment into the political and economic sphere, too. J.Z., 5/89.)

ON PANARCHY, No. XIX, 210pp, in PP 1540.


ON PANARCHY, Nos. I-XVII, Contents Listings, Nos. I – XVII, 19pp, in PP 1540: 1. ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Slash Taxes, 20 years… 2pp: 153, in PP 1515.

ON PANARCHY, preliminary index to On Panarchy, Nos. I – XII, 13pp, in PP 869


ONCKEN, AUGUST, Dr., Die Maxime LAISSEZ FAIRE ET LAISSEZ PASSER, ihr Ursprung, ihr Werden. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Freihandelslehre, 1886, 131 S., 24x, in PP 311.

ONE KID’S OWN BILL OF RIGHTS, reported by Ann Landers, 1975, 10 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

O’NEIL, PATRICK M., The Pelagian Origins of Ultra-Libertarianism, 7pp: 848, in PP 1484/85.

O’NEILL, ROBERT, Nuclear Nightmare, a letter, Quadrant, and an unpublished reply by John Zube, 2pp, 36x, in PP 418-419, p13.

ONSLOW, RICHARD, By Ships We Live, 11pp, 52, in PP 1450.

ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, CAMPAIGN GUIDE, July 1, 1990, no author given, 34pp, in PP 967.

ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Libertarianism and the Ontario LP, 10pp, in PP 1271.

ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Slash Taxes, Vote Libertarian, 2pp: in PP 1515: 155.

ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Tax Freedom, 2pp: 149, in PP 1515.

ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, The Canadian Nolan Chart, 2pp on classification, in PP 1271.

OPEN AIR SPEAKING CENTRES, PP 1 & 2, 61-63, 228, 399-401, 643.

OPEN AIR SPEAKING, See: ANDERSON, NELS, The Hobo. The Sociology of the Homeless Man, 1923, 1961. Here only 2 chapters of interest to me: XV: The Soap Box and the Open Forum, 15pp and XVI: Social and Political Hobo Organization, 12pp, on I.W.W., in PP 1276.

OPEN AIR SPEAKING, See: ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes towards a Talk in The Domain, Sydney, Free Speech Day, 2 Nov. 97, & in the Wayside Chapel’s, later on, 29pp, 86, in PP 1451. On some of my main interests, from open air speaking centres to panarchism. – J.Z.

OPEN COOPERATIVES, According to BUCHEZ & HERTZKA, to Abolish the Monopoly Position of those Natural Monopolies which Do not Deserve Recognition, PP 61-63, 64 – 65, 70-74, 377, 402, 417, 551, 753, see HERTZKA, THEODOR, BUCHEZ, P., BECKERATH, U. v.. If you e.g. own a natural object like a nut and crack it and eat it all by yourself, others can hardly rightfully claim a share in your “natural monopoly” power over that nut. The natural monopoly concept is still insufficiently defined and controversial. That of railways existed for a while but has largely disappeared. That of land is still controversial and best countered by voluntaristic and competing land tenure systems, among which the open coops might win out. – J.Z.

OPEN EYE, Issue 2, 1993, cover and contents list only, in PP 1366: 111, distributed by AK Distribution and thus, supposedly, somewhat anarchistic. – J.Z.

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

OPEN NETWORK NEWS, THE, issue 44, Nov. 80, 15pp, 29x in PP 387.

OPEN NETWORK, THE & NETWORK RESEARCH, DENVER, some reviews, publications, letters and print-outs, 105pp, 29x in PP 387.

OPEN ROAD, anarchist literature list, Summer 1980, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 484.

OPEN ROAD, Spring/Summer 1981, a 1p extract from a “leak” on post-nuclear “security” in the U.K., 24x, in PP 337.

OPEN ROAD, Touch that Dial! – Libertarian Broadcasting, Spring 1983, 5pp, 29x, in PP 425.




OPFERMANN-FUCKERT, DOROTHEA, Dr. med., to ZUBE, JOHN, 1986, on the availability of works by and on Wilhelm Reich, on microfilm, 1p, in PP 812.

OPITZ, EDMUND A. & THORNTON, ROBERT M., Reviews, 2pp, of: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, 1. Mr. Jefferson & 2. Our Enemy the State: 447, in PP 1529-33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Abortion: A Dissent, letter in REASON, 4/73, 1p, in PP 1121.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand, 1976, 9pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Albert Jay Nock: Our Genial Critic, 2p, in PP 1367/68: 69.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Armaments and Our Prosperity, 1961, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Behind Civilization…A Vision, 1958, 4pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Black Magic, 1956, 3pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Business and Ethics, 6pp: 472, in PP 1529-33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Capitalism and Our Culture, 1958, 7pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Christianity and Education, 1961, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Concerning War and Peace, 1964, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Constitutional Restraints on Power, 1978, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Defining Freedom, 1962, 4pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Equal But Not the Same, 1988, 7pp, in PP 1,013.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Essays in ‘THE FREEMAN’, over 50 essays and reviews, as compiled and arranged by himself, in PP 1,12 & 1013. – He had the material in several batches, listed by him. I produced the contents of each batch in the same order but not the batches in the same order. I made no note on their sequence. One article I had to leave out since I had not completely copied it. – J.Z.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Freedom and Majority Rule, 1977, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Freedom and the Governance of Power, 8pp: 843, in PP 1484/85.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Henry Hazlitt, 3pp, in PP 1130.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Humane Values and the Free Economy, 1978, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., In Defence of the Individual, 9pp, in PP 1418: 34.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Let’s NOT Save the World, 1965, 9pp, in PP 1,012. – Let’s save it in the freedom-way, by setting free, as LEONARD READ suggested, all creative energies, in all spheres. – J.Z.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Liberalism Used to Mean Freedom, 1975, 19pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., No Continuiing City, The Paradox of a Christian Society, 1978, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., On Talking to Ourselves, 1960, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Our Disordered Lives, 1973, 8pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Painting Government into a Corner, 1964, 14pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Peace and World Government, 1956, 8pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Perspectives on Religion and Capitalism, 1981, 13pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Planned Chaos and the New Idolatry, 1962, 10pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Politics in the Market Place, 1956, 9pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Poverty, Immigration, Prosperity, 6pp, in PP 1143.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Religion and the Free Economy, 12pp: 207, in PP 1529-33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Religion and the Free Economy, 1975, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Review of African Genesis, by Robert Ardrey, 1962, 4pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Review of: Edmund Burke: A Genius Reconsidered, by Russell Kirk & of The Specious Origins of Liberalism, The Genesis of a Delusion, by Anthony M. Ludovici, in 2pp, 1969, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Review, 1p, of: CHODOROV, FRANK, Fugitive Essays, Liberty Press, 1980, 416pp: 264, in PP 1529- 33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Review, 1p, of: EVANS, JAMES R., America’s Choice: Twilight’s Last Gleaming or Dawn’s Early Light? Fisher Institute, 142pp: 313, in PP 1529- 33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Review: Gordon Keith Chalmers, The Republic and the Person, 1/2 p, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Six Ideas to Make us Human, 1972, 17pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Socialism – Substance and Label, 1960, 9pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Socialism and Beyond, 1969, 15pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Socialism, 1974, 3pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Some Thoughts on Censorship, 1966, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Some Thoughts on Violence, 1971, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Stubborn Facts and Hard Heads, 1973, 13pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The American System and Majority Rule, 1962, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Christmas Message, 1957, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Kingdom Without God, Road’s End for the Social Gospel, Essays by Gerald Heard, Edmund A. Opitz and Others, 1956, 195pp, in PP 1,013.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Lengthening Shadow of Government, FEE, 1954, 26pp, in PP 957.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Liberating Arts, 1965, 10pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Liberating Arts, December 88, 8pp, in PP 1,013.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Lure of a Lost Cause, 1963, 4pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Miracle of the Christmas Spirit, 1956, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Nobility of the Bourgeoisie, 1975, 10pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Person and His Society, 1981, 10pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Philosophy of Ludwig von Mises, 1980, 13pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Powers that Be, 1956, Foreword by Ben Moreell, 104pp, in PP 1,013.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Quiet Revolution, 1969, 8pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The QUIET Revolution, 7pp: 100, in PP 1529-33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Rats Are Chasing the Cats, 1966, 3pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Religious Foundation of a Free Society, 1959, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Shadow Lengthens, 5pp, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The Use of Books, 1957, 5pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., The War on Poverty, A Critical View, 1968, 11pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., They Aren’t Like Us, 1962, 9pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Thinking About Economics, 1979, 13pp, in PP 1,013.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., To Save the World, 10pp: 549, in PP 1529-33.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Two Concepts of Equality, 1969, 12pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Two Points of View, 1956, 6pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., What you Don’t Know Might Help you! 1970, 18pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Why Do “They” Turn to Socialism? 1975, 16pp, in PP 1,012.

OPITZ, EDMUND A., Zero Population Growth VERSUS the Free Society, 1977, 8pp, in PP 1,012.

OPIUM WARS: Some Lessons for Europe, PP 864.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Der Staat, Einladung zur Subskription, 4 S., n.d., Archiv fuer Sozial- u. Kulturgeschichte & Libertad Verlag Berlin, for 1990 Ausgabe, DM 20. Ab Jan. 91 regulaerer Ladenpreis DM 28. – This work could probably be reproduced on half a microfiche. The English edition on PP 320 occupies only part ot it. Consequently, for the price of ONE PRINTED copy, the fiche master AND the first 100 fiche duplicates could be reproduced, for microfiche publication upon demand. That would, obviously, make the collection of subscriptions for such an edition unnecessary. One person could sponsor dozens of microfiched titles every year – and keep them in print, in this format. What excuse do you have to offer for not taking up such an option? – J.Z., 4.5.97.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Der Staat, 1907, 176 S., in PP 1408: 1.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Ein Satz Proudhons, 3 S., aus: “Aus unbekannten Schriften” Berlin, 1928: 6, in PP 1523.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Einleitung, 15pp, zu: EEDEN, FREDERIK VAN, Glueckliche Menschheit,1913, 283 S., in PP 1395.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Erlebtes, Erstrebtes, Erreichtes, Lebenserinnerungen, 1963, Title leaf and publisher’s biographical note only, in PP 1408: 44. Geleitwort von Ludwig Erhard 2pp, in PP 1408: 46. – This is one of many books of F.O. and others that I would be interested in microfiching – if there were no copyrights troubles. Many of his works were burned by the Nazis. Not all of them may have been published or are still in print. He wanted to apply Theodor Hertzka’s “open cooperatives” almost exclusively to agricultural coops. Kurt Zube wanted them applied only to industrial and commercial ones, not to land reform, where he favoured his own plan. Only Ulrich von Beckerath wanted them applied, in a voluntaristic way and internally, in industry and agriculture. Oppenheimer was wrong in expecting from land reform the solution to all or most of the unemployment problem. I am reading this book now and find it very interesting in many ways. – J.Z., 1.3.97.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Grundriss der theoretischen Oekonomk, I, Einfuehrung in die theoretische Oekonomik, 1926, 72 S. & II, Grundzueger der theoretischen Nationaloekonomik, 110 S., in PP 1416: 1 & 26.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Land Reform, Settlement Plan, PP 5.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, The State, 1p review by MURRAY N. ROTHBARD, in PP 1367/68: 101.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, The State, translated by John Gitterman, from the 1975 Free Life edition, indexed, 122pp, 24x, in PP 320.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Weder Kapitalismus noch Kommunismus, 3. Aufl., 1962. Hier nur Titelblatt, Inhaltsverzeichnis und Vorwort von Franz Oppenheimer, 3 S., 1931, in PP 1408: 47.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ, Wege zur Gemeinschaft, Gesammelte Reden und Aufsaetze Erster Band, 1924. Hier nur ein Auszug, der seine Meinungen ueber Genossenschaften enthaelt: 80 S., in PP 1416: 66.

OPPENHEIMER, FRANZ: PETERSON, H.C., Oppenheimer’s State, 3pp, in PP 1425: 22.

OPPERMAN, CHRISTIANE, Zurueck in the Steinzeit, STERN, 11 Mai 1989, 2S., on barter exchanges, in PP 971.

OPPO VERLAG, Anzeigen fuer 2 Buecher from OPPO Verlag, 1 S.: DEGEN, H.J., (Hrsg.), Voraussetzungen des Anarchismus, 116 S. & KLEMM, ULRICH, Prinzip der Freiheit, 63 S., in PP 1512.


OPPOSITE TERMS DO NOT CLARIFY ISSUES SUFFICIENTLY: MATIASZ, JORJ, Polarity Thinking vs. Integrative Thinking, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 645. – So many false notions could not be maintained for long, IF all the varieties of definitions were listed in vast encyclopaedias on alternative media and if an enormous special encyclopaedia of the best refutations were already compiled and published. On microfiche or text only CD-ROM, it would be portable. – J.Z.

OPTIMISM, PP 369. Compare e.g. John Zube, Signs of the Times.

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

OPTIMISM, Sydney, 1979, 1981-5/1984, 29x, in PP 516-520.

OPTIMIST, THE, Sydney, Nos. 1-24, March 85 – April 89, in 6 microfiche, 612pp, in PP 840-845.

OPTION or LIBERTARIAN OPTION, by Libertarian Enterprises of Canada, incomplete, Jan-Feb 74, May-Aug 74, Jan-Feb 75, Sep-Oct 75, Oct 76, Feb 77, April 77, June 77, June 78, 280pp. (The rest are wanted by LMP for filming.) In PP 1,028/9.



OPTIONALITY, Optionality Index Page, home page of a webzine, associated with QUINTESSENCE & VISION OF THE FUTURE, 1990 – 1998, 1p, in PP 1537: 208.

OPTIONALITY, Webzine, Australia, February 1998, 3pp, in PP1534: 172.

OPTIONS, Sydney, 4/83-11/83, 29x, in PP 520.

ORAL HISTORY, See: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Oral History of the American Left, 1p: 124, in PP 1517.


ORDER IN SOCIETY, PP 203, 538, 1114. See Burke, Vindication of Natural Society, Anarchism, Harmonies, Free Society, Natural Law, Human Rights.

ORDER OF INDIVIDUALISTS, favouring an anarchist island Utopia, advertisement in THE NEW FREEWOMAN, in PP 1283/1286, sheet 482.

ORDER WITHOUT DESIGN, A Conference on Economic Models & Social Formations, by The Society for Austrian Economics, in conjunction with The David Hume Society, Sydney University, 27 Aug. 1980. It produced three papers, separately listed, by Antony Flew, Naomi Moldofsky and Sudha Shenoy, 41pp, 29x, in PP 384.



OREN, ELLIOTT W., I.Kant & John Zube, A Radical Proposal for Vietnam: Buy It!, 5pp, 1965, 24x, in PP 6.

ORGANISM, SOCIAL, The, Herbert Spencer’s view, PP 200, 829.


ORGANIZATION & ANARCHISM, See: MALATESTA, A Plan for Anarchist Organisation, 4pp: 64, in PP 1482. – See: ON PANARCHY.



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

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

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

ORGANIZATION, See: PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Basic Organizational Features of a World Social Anarchist Order, 13pp: 696; 16pp: 718, in PP 1484/85.

ORGANIZATION: SPARROW, ROB, Anarchism & Organisation, 1p, in PP 1440/42: 609.



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

ORIENT, JANE M., Criminal Liberty and Civil Liability: Can Free Enterprise Survive? 7pp: 380, in PP 1529-33.

ORIENT, JANE M., What Is a Doctor’s Relative Worth? 4pp, from THE FREEMAN, 9/89, 29x, in PP 895.

ORIENTAL TEMPLARS, A Document of the Order of Oriental Templars, 16 rights points, mentioned by R.A. Wilson, 48x, in PP 589/590.

ORIGIN OF MAN: Clipping, 96, headed: “Precedents”, on tiny prototype of man, China, 40 million years ago, 1p, in PP 1393: 124. – In Australia Aborigines do now claim to represent the oldest culture on Earth, just because some ca. 140,000 year old artefacts have been found. – I do not highly respect a culture which has not made more progress during as many years. I believe that e.g. the Eskimos achieved more under much worse conditions. – Almost all of us are of mixed races. Perhaps the Australian Aborigines did not mix enough? – J.Z.

ORNUM, WILLIAM H. VAN, Money – Cooperative Banking and Exchange, 1892, 66pp, with some notes by John Zube, in PP 496.

O’ROURKE, P.J., All the Trouble in the World, review, 1p, by CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, in PP 1336 – 39: 251.

ORTOLANO, RAPHAEL, Cubans a Libertarian Constituency, 1p, in PP 1287/89p355. – Some or many are, others are not and those who are, are still pretty mixed up, on many important points, like most people are, who call themselves libertarians or anarchists. – J.Z.

ORWELL, GEORGE, See: BAKER, A.J., Remarks on George Orwell, 5pp: 18, in PP 1471.

ORWELL, GEORGE, See: WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Orwell y la Guerra Fria, 2pp: 68, in PP 1494.


OSBORN, JULIAN, The Facts – a reply to Bolwell’s Against Nuclear Energy, 9pp: 73, in PP 1504. – I am no longer surprised to find that “objective” and “respected” scientists are able to ignore facts which do not fit their favourite model. They seem to live in ivory towers, too, surrounded by yes-sayers. Probably, before such people would concede that they might be wrong, millions may have to die. – Apart from those who at least convinced themselves of the harmlessness and rightfulness of the use of nuclear energy, there are always apologists to be found for governments and their favourite industries, even among “scientists”. – J.Z.

OSBORN, PHILLIP, Psycho-subversion and the Child. The Origin of Religion and Evil, 76, 4pp, in PP 1345/46: 138.

OSBORNE, DARREN, Chemical sponge cleans waterways, 1p, 1993, in PP 1143.

OSBURN, LYNN, Hemp for Fuel, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 19.

OSBURN, LYNN, Hemp Seed Nutrition, 1p extract from book, in PP 1318/1319: 158.

OSCAR WILDE, The Story of Oscar Wilde’s Life and Experience in Reading Gaol, by his Warder, with a Tribute by Rose Freeman -Ishill, published by the Oriole Press, 1963, 21pp, in PP 1,008.

OSHA: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, OSHA?, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 261.

OSOIS, Aldis, Why the “Drug Offensive” is totally irrational, 1986, 4pp, 29x, in PP 642.

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

OSTERFELD, DAVID, The Politics of Economic Stagnation, 13pp: 309,in PP 1529-33.

OSTERMAN, PAUL, Education and Labor Markets at the Turn of the Century, POLITICS AND SOCIETY 9, no. 1, 1979, 103-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p998, headed: Education, Labor Markets, & Controlled Youth.

O’SULLIVAN, JOHN & HODGSON, PATRICIA, The Expanding State, 21pp, 5, in PP 1450. PATTERSON, BEN, Nationalised Industries and the Common Market, 14pp, 28, in PP 1450.

O’SULLIVAN, JOHN, Future Conditional, Present Indicative, on: Britain – A Future That Works, by Bernard Nossiter, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p124.

OTTO, FRANZ, Der Menschenfreund auf dem Throne, Leben und Wirken des edlen Kaiser Josepf des Zweiten, Leipzig, Otto Spamer, 1873, 95 S., in PP 1321. Even a well-meaning and somewhat liberal monarch cannot reform a country in which all too many people love their chains. PIOT! J. Z., 5.5.96.

OTTO, THOMAS, Der Blick in die Tiefen des eigenen ICH: Plaedoyer fuer einen “Spirituellen Individual-Anarchismus”, 2 S.: 20, in PP 1456. – Spiritueller Individual-Anarchismus, 3 S.: 108, in PP 1456.


OUTLOOK, black & red, October issue, No. 3, year? Published by the Anarchist Syndicalist Alliance. This issue, only one on hand, compiled by the Manchester Syndicalist group, ca. 1971, 12pp, in PP 1162.

OUTLOOK, The Libertarian Monthly, Newark, N.H., incomplete: March 72 & July – December 1972, 150pp, in PP 1,027.

OVERKILL CAPACITY OF GOVERNMENTS, reveals their dangerous madness, 724, 687, see Collective Responsibility, War Aims, Warfare, DETERRENT THEORY, Nuclear War Threat, Nuclear Disarmament, PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401.


OVERPOPULATION, See: PONTE, LOWELL, Up the Dead & Sterile, 1970, 2pp: 285, in PP 1457/62. – Criticism of Dr. Paul Ehrlich’s notions on “overpopulation”.

OVERPOPULATION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Defusing the Baby Bomb, 4pp: 345.

OVERPOPULATION, See: SAVING, TOM, The Economics of Population, 1p: 57, in PP 1469.

OVERPOPULATION? Criticism of Malthusianism, PP 290, 369, 370, 381, 411, 418/19p390, 918, 957, 1020, 1052-61 (LA Econ. Notes 27), 1121, 1163, see Henry George, Progress & Poverty. LMP wants permission to film all works on this, e.g. those by Robert L. Sassone, Frances Moore Lappe & Joseph Collins, and James A. Weber’s “Grow or Die!” and copies and permissions for any similar titles and wants a filmable copy of Godwin’s attack on Malthusianism. – J.Z.

OVERPOPULATION? See: FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Laissez-Faire in Population, in PP 494.

OVERPOPULATION? See: RUSHDOONY, ROUSAS J., The Myth of Over-Population, 1969, 1974, 56pp, in PP 1321. – See also CHILD’s essay on this. I still seek GODWIN’s, of 1826? for fiching. – J.Z.


OVERTON, RICHARD, Special Role in the Levellers’ Struggle for Liberty, PP 912.

OVERVIG, ARLEN, Review, 1p, of: MURRAY, CHARLES, In Pursuit of Happiness and Good Government, in PP 492.

OWEN, DOUGLAS J.J., A Philosophy of Peace and Practical Steps, 4pp, a Georgist leaflet, n.d.: 124, in PP 1513.

OWEN, J.J., Philosophy of Peace and Practical Steps, A, a pamphlet, Georgist, n.d., 3 pp, 29x, in PP 631.


OWEN, ROBERT, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Final Struggle.

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

OWEN, ROBERT, See: SIMON, HELENE, Robert Owen. Sein Leben und seine Bedeutung fuer die Gegenwart, 1905, 1925, 338 S., in PP 1403: 1. – An intelligent reader should be able to ignore the socialist bias of the author. Among other things, R.O. experimented with new management, new education, productive cooperative and monetary freedom ideas. As a pioneer in these fields he did get many things wrong but, basically, he was a voluntarist and experimentalist and the patient pursuit of voluntaristic experiments, based on full individual sovereignty, which requires exterritorial autonomy, would gradually have supplied all the correct answers required. Owen can hardly be blamed for what some of the totalitarian socialists made of his teachings. Robert Owen would never have “liquidated” an opponent, except by better arguments & practices. According to Ulrich von Beckerath, Robert Owen, shortly before his death, was to have remarked that without a militia social reform could not be realized and maintained. He gave me Helene Simon’s biography as a reference – but I could not find anything on this there. This may be one of only 3 cases where I found him to be wrong. He must have found that remark in another work on Owen. – PIOT, J.Z., 28.2.97.

OWEN, ROBERT, The Life of Robert Owen by himself, with an introduction by M. Beer, indexed, N.Y., 1920, 352pp, in PP 1091.

OWEN, W.C., The Economics of Herbert Spencer, 1891, 246pp, a socialist view, 24x, PP 185.

OWEN, WILLIAM, C., Anarchism vs. Socialism, Freedom Press pamphlet,1922, 32pp 29x, in PP 612.

OWENS, TOM to ZUBE, JOHN, 14 August 1992, 4pp, in PP 1539: 110. – On panarchism.

OWENS, TUPPY, What Is Pornography? 1992, 2pp, LA Pamphlets No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

OWENS, WARREN, Politician child-sex ring to be exposed, clipping, 96, 1p: 117, in PP 1475.


OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY, Clipping & comment, PP 907/10.

OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY, very cheap on microfilm? See the entry under RANSOM, W.S., and my correspondence with OUP. – J.Z.

OXYGEN and the Future of Life on Earth, 18pp in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.

OZARK REGIONAL LAND TRUST, 14pp, in PP 1394: 111.

OZARK REGIONAL LAND TRUST, Art. of Incorp. & By-Laws, 6pp, in PP 1418: 105.


OZONE LAYER, See: PATON, W.A., Controlling HCL, 7pp: 24, in PP1529-33.