P.D., A Brief Bibliography of Alternative Longevity Titles, 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., A Preliminary Taoist Unannotated Reading List, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., Diverse Notes on Longevity, Rights and Planethood, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., Freedom Sayings, East & West: A Preliminary Listing, 1986, 5pp, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., Henry David Thoreau and Freedom: A Libertarian Legacy for Today, by An Unaffiliated Libertarian, 1986, 4pp, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., Mail-Order Wholesale/Retail Letterpress & Flexographic Printing Supply, annotated list, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 873.

P.D., Thoughts on Big Brother Takeover and Orwellian Resistance, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 873.

P.M., BOLO-LOG, Zuerich, n.d., 72pp, mainly in German, with some English and French contributions, 138, in PP 1451. Typically, only 7 of these 43 personal utopias are dated. I find numerous other details missing which are important to genuine, moral and rational freedom lovers. Most seem to think, like P.M., that freedom is a matter of location, architecture, landscaping, new words & art. None of them seems to be based on a sufficient comprehension of free market economics. Thus none of their “ideal” free and intentional communities sounds attractive to me. None of them aims at exterritorial autonomy, free trade, monetary freedom and the protection of individual rights via volunteer militias. All imagine that they know already enough about liberty and human nature and ideal societal arrangements but tend to reveal only their own ignorance and prejudices. P.M.’s initial book was relatively successful because it shared so many myths with its potential readership. I can’t remember anything good to say about it. But then genuinely libertarian utopias have always been vastly outnumbered by regulatory & collectivist ones. They would not appreciate my utopias, either, nor the “meta-utopia” of Nozick, which resembles panarchism. And yet, seeing the vast discrepancies between reformers, revolutionaries, radicals and utopians, the same kind of tolerance, which has already been largely achieved for religions and sects, and in our different daily life choices, is the only way to give each of them their maximum chance for their individually preferred utopias, realized among like-minded people, at their own expense and risk. – PIOT, J.Z., 28.11.1997.

PACIFIC INSTITUTE, Inflation or Deflation? 3pp leaflet on 1981 conference, 29x, in PP 731.

PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY, Publications Catalog, 6pp, in PP 1541/42.



PACIFISM, see Aggressive Pacifism, being conclusions reached by the students of Ahimsa Farm, 4pp on non-violence teachings, in PP 1011.

PACIFISM, See: LEFEVRE, ROBERT, Pacifist? 6pp, in PP 274: 114.

PACIFISM: STEWART, JOFFRE, Do Anarchists Know how to Read? or The Necessity for Pacifism, 1974, 7pp, in PP 1371/72: 20.

PACT JOURNAL, June 1986, 26pp, 29x, in PP 712. Contains “Treason of Reason”, probably by Don Moore, on education.

PADDINGTON BEAR, Once Upon A Time There Was a Place Called Nothing Hill Gate… A true story, with pictures, published by B.M. Blob, London, 1988, distributed by Richard Gaska, 2024 North Manor Drive, Erie, Pa 16505, 2 fiche, on riots in the U.K., with samples of RATIONALIST & HUMANIST, The New Zealand, Aug. 84, 16pp and Dec., year? 16pp. $ 2 from LMP. Warning: I find these fiche and the other 8 that I swapped for, sight unseen, rather flawed. Too low a page density is used and, partly, the material is filmed sideways than right side up. But it is good as lessons on what can go wrong with microfilming, at an indifferent service bureau, – if one does not retain sufficient quality control, as a proof reader and does not arrange the material optimally. – J.Z.

PADUCH, TED A., The Rippers, 4pp: 16, in PP 1506/07. – Short story.

PAGE, ELWIN LAWRENCE, The Contribution of the Landed Man to Civil Liberty, Cambridge, 1905, 266pp, in PP 1,040.

PAGE, Leslie R., Marx and Darwin. The Unveiling of a Myth, 1983, 31pp, 42x, in PP 659.

PAGE, ROBIN, Strikers of the Queen, 11pp, 82, in PP 1450.

PAIDEA, Winter 72 (on academic education), 5pp, 36x, in PP 714.

PAINE, DOC, Survival, 2pp, in PP 274.

PAINE, DOC, On Survival, 2pp, in PP 274.

PAINE, THOMAS, A Citizen of America to the Citizens of Europe, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, A Dialogue Between General Wolfe and General Gage in a Wood Near Boston, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, A Serious Thought, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Addenda, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Address and Declaration, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, African Slavery in America, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Agrarian Justice Opposed to Agrarian Law and to Agrarian Monopoly; Being a Plan for Meliorating the Condition of Man by Creating in Every Nation a National Fund to Pay Every Person, when arrived at the Age of Twenty-one Years, the Sum of Fifteen Pounds Sterling, to Enable him, or her, to begin the World; and also, Ten Pounds Sterling per Annum during Life to every Person now living, of the Age of Fifty Years, and to all Others when they shall arrive at that Age, to enable them to live in Old Age without Wretchedness, and go decently out of the World, 1795/96, 30pp: 1, in PP 1513. – Accidentally or carelessly I published only a 3pp fragment of this essay previously, in PP 798. This is a mistake which I discovered only now. His proposal is still somewhat interesting today as HIS solution to the land problem, one of many from many others, and as an early proposal of social insurance based upon the taxation of other property, considered by him to be also as a “social product”. – J.Z.

PAINE, THOMAS, Agrarian Justice, 3pp, in PP 798.

PAINE, THOMAS, An Occasional Letter on the Female Sex, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Answer to Four Questions on the Executive and Legislative Powers, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Appeal to the Convention, in PP 1158.


PAINE, THOMAS, Common Sense, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Cupid and Hymen, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance, The, 1796, 30pp, in PP 798.

PAINE, THOMAS, Dissertation on First Principles of Government, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Duelling, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Epistle to the Quakers, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Forgetfulness, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Letter to Danton, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Letter to George Washington, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Letter to Thomas Jefferson in Paris, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Memorial Addressed to James Monroe, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, New Anecdotes of Alexander the Great, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Observations, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, PP 1159, 1163/4.

PAINE, THOMAS, Private Letters to Jefferson, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, Reflections on the Life and Death of Lord Clive, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Reflections on Titles, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Reflections on Unhappy Marriages, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, See BURCHETT, G.H.& W.H., Reason in Revolt, A Sketch of the Life and Work of Thomas Paine, n.d., 40pp, in PP 1164. The authors are definitely not libertarians, although, probably atheists. – J.Z.

PAINE, THOMAS, See CONWAY, MONCURE DANIEL, The Life of T.P., in PP 23 & 24.

PAINE, THOMAS, See ECKLER, PETER, Life of Thomas Paine, with preface, notes and portraits of the most celebrated of Mr.Paine’s friends, 1892, 146pp, & GUNN, JOHN W., Life of Thomas Paine, in Little Blue Book No. 522, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1162.

PAINE, THOMAS, See RICKMAN, THOMAS CLIO, The Life of Thomas Paine, from a reprint of the London edition of 1819, 135pp, with an appendix, of 76pp, containing Lord Erskine’s speech in behalf of Thomas Paine, Court of Kings’s Bench, Dec. 18, 1792, in PP 1164.

PAINE, THOMAS, See WHEELER, DANIEL EDWIN, Life and Writings of Thomas Paine, containing a biography by Thomas Clio Rickman and appreciations by Leslie Stephen, Lord Erskine, Paul Desjardins, Robert G. Ingersoll, Elbert Hubbard and Marilla M. Ricker, edited and annotated by Daniel Edwin Wheeler, 1908, 385pp, in PP 1163.

PAINE, THOMAS, See: COHEN, CHAPMAN, Thomas Paine, n.d., National Secular Society, 56pp: 24, in PP 1477.

PAINE, THOMAS, 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.

PAINE, THOMAS, See: EDWARDS, JOHN & SECKEL, AL, Thomas Paine’s AGE OF REASON, 6pp leaflet, by Atheists United, in PP 1098 & PP 1267.

PAINE, THOMAS, See: LEVIN, BENJAMIN H., To Spit against the Wind, Dell p.b., 1971. Review only, 1p, by FEDER, DONALD, in PP 276: 45. Seems to be an excellent historical novel about Paine.

PAINE, THOMAS, Some appreciations of T.P., from FRAGMENTS and Meyers Konversationslexikon, by James O. Haanlon, Samuel Edwards, “Solon”, Rose Wilder Lane and Nino Lo Bello, 29x, in PP 598.

PAINE, THOMAS, Specification of Thomas Paine (bridge plan), in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Age of Reason, I & II, with letters concerning The Age of Reason and material on the Prosecution of The Age of Reason, in The Life and Works of Thomas Paine, Patriot’s Edition, 1925, vol. VIII, 352pp, in PP 1159.

PAINE, THOMAS, The American Crisis, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Constitution of 1795, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Dream Interpreted, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Forester’s Letters, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Life and Works of Thomas Paine, Patriots’ edition, Vol. V, Open Letters & Dissertations, 1925, 313pp, in PP 1158.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Life and Works of Thomas Paine, Patriots’ edition, vol. II, 1925, 368pp, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, The Magazine in America, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Theological Discussions, in The Life and Works of Thomas Paine, Patriots’ Edition, 1925, vol. IX, 313pp, in PP 1160.

PAINE, THOMAS, Thoughts on Defensive War, in PP 1161.

PAINE, THOMAS, Tom Paine, The Living Thoughts of Tom Paine, presented by John Dos Passos, 1940/42, 178pp, 29x, in PP 366.

PAINE, THOMAS, Useful and Entertaining Hints, in PP 1161.

PAISH, GEORGE, Sir, Ought we to Save? 1928, 25pp, 29x, in PP 411.

PALADIN PRESS, July 86 catalog, vol. 16, No. 4, 48pp, in PP 837.

PALETZ, DAVID L. & ENTMAN, ROBERT M., Presidents, Power, and the Press, PRESIDENTIAL STUDIES QUARTERLY 10, Sum. 80, 416-426, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1400, headed: Presidential Power vs. the Press.

PALMER, BOB, Thoughts on Stirner, 1p: 96, in PP 501.

PALMER, CECIL, Review: Our Enemy, the State: A Re-Review, of the famous book by A.J. Nock, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 282.

PALMER, SCOTT, Do we Really Have a “Right to Privacy”? 1p, in PP 1382/85: 178,

PALMER, TOM G., An Economist Looks at His Science, 2pp: 101, in PP 1463/64.

PALMER, TOM G., Editor’s Introduction to A Special Symposium: The Fatal Conceit, by F.A. Hayek, 2pp: 221, in PP 1463/64.

PALMER, TOM G., Filling Potholes with Tax Dollars, 1982, 2pp, from Council for a Competitive Economy, in PP 935.

PALMER, TOM G., Planning vs. Freedom, 1p, in PP 277/278: 238.

PALMER, TOM G., Planning vs. Freedom, 1p, in PP 278.

PALMER, TOM G., Tomorrow Capitalism, an international Bestseller on Libertarianism, 1p review on book by Henri Lepage, in PP 277.

PALMER, TOM, Our Enemy the State, 1979, 1p: 5, in PP 1514.

PALMER, TOM, The OPEC Gambit, 1p: 15, in PP 1514.

PALMER, WILLIAM J., Prophets, Jurists and Property, 17pp: 41, in PP 1529-33.

PALMER, WILLIAMJ., The Issue of our Time, 22pp, condensed version of article in AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL, 11/12/54, in PP 1418 : 18: On control by governments vs. control by individuals.

PALVEN, TOM, Critical Thinking, Philosophy and our Bloody – Awful British Heritage, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

PALVEN, TOM, Libertas I, An Abbreviated Report, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 997.

PALYI, MELCHIOR, Dr., Streit um die Staatliche Theorie des Geldes, Der, 1922, 95 S., in PP 806.

PALYI, MELCHIOR, The Twilight of Gold, 1914-1936: Myths and Realities, review by Rothbard: 803. (I saw correspondence between Palyi and Rittershausen in R.’s papers, now, supposedly, at the University of Cologne. – J.Z.)

PALYI, MELCHIOR, The Twilight of Gold, 1914-1936: Myths and Realities, review, very short, by ROTHBARD, MURRAY N.: 14, in PP 1468.

PAM PROBE, 2pp leaflet from ACFR, 1988, for a new quarterly, in PP 790.

PAMPHLET COLLECTION, ANARCHIST PAMPHLETS, ON MICROFICHE, Most of the over 2,000 titles offered by CHADWYCK HEALEY, on 2,601 microfiche, here merely listed, from the list of titles supplied by the LABADIE COLLECTION, transcribed & alphabetized by John Zube, August 1998, 67pp, in PP 1512: 1-67.

PAMPHLETS FOR THE PEOPLE, The Pioneer Press, Nos. 1 – 9; 11 – 15; 17 & 18, 248pp: 1, in PP 1496.

PANAIA, F., Australia: Servicing Suicide, 4pp, in PP 471/472p210.


PANAMA CANAL, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Panama Canal Question, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 154.

PANAMA CANAL: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, The Canal Issue, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 245.

PANARCHISM, PP 4, 16-18, 61-63, 66-69, 399/401, 422/23, 505, 506, 510, 554, 585, 607, 671, 672, 689, 755, 776, 832/33, 869/70, 879, 901, 920, 1051, all 17 special ON PANARCHY titles are listed under ON PANARCHY. Booklist, preliminary, on panarchism, 11pp, 66/69. Some other panarchist or panarchist interest writings in the LMP series, apart from those in the 17 volumes of ON PANARCHY, were listed in 2pp, 1989, in PP 920. PANARCHISM, See: ANONYMOUS, Problematic des Staatsrechtes, … hier sind Fragen aufgeworfen, die einmal zu beantworten sein werden, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p222.

PANARCHISM, See: ANONYMOUS, Staaten auf neuer Grundlage, 1946, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p178.

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

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

PANARCHISM, See: STRUMOLO, JORJ, Letter, 2pp, in PP 1465, in which he favours nongeographic communities, governments not based on place. See under Panarchism.

PANARCHISM, See: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Respecting Diversity, 3pp, in PP 277/278: 20 & 28. – With a trace of panarchism.

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


PANARCHY, ON: Nos. I – XVII, so far, compiled 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 82 & 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. This is a subseries of Peace Plans, dealing especially with the possibility and peace-, freedom-, justice- and wealth-promoting potential of exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer communities, whether they are statist or non-governmental societies. It would give each individual the government or no-government of his or her choice, based on free individual secessionism and associationism. 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. Try to envision it applied to all the trouble spots in the world today. A detailed application of this “non-system”, for which religious tolerance set a good analogy, can be found in two books in this series, reproduced in PP 16-18 & 61-63. The German original is in PP 399-401. The latter two are indexed, the first is alphabetical anyhow. J.Z., 5/89. )

PANARCHY, Typical short objection or, rather, reaction, by someone who has given little thought to the subject: in PP 1440/42: 28 & 94.

PANARCHY: DIALECTIC, No. 3, 8pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833. Editor: Le Grand E. Day. – Is it still continued? I’d like to film the whole set. – J.Z.

PANARCHY: ERNSBERGER, DON, Limited Government – Anarchy: A Synthesis, 4pp, in PP 1409/10: 172. – On Rand, Child, competing government.

PANIZZA, OSKAR, Dal diario di un cane e Altri scritti, 1988, 157pp, in PP 1347: 8-34. – The other essays in this book are: a) Addio a Monaco, b) Intra Muros et Extra, c) Il Quattordici Luglio, d) Mania Anarchistica Progressiva, e) La Locanda della Trinita. – This and some other Italian anarchist booklets were sent to me, for microfiching, years ago by CHERSI, ANDREA, via Cipro, 96, 25 124 Brescia, Italy. He may have long ago given up seeing them on microfiche. But then, why didn’t he microfiche them himself? The fancy graphics and printing did not improve but worsen legibility in a few cases. Do not blame me for flaws in the “art” of printing, even 500 years after it was introduced. He and Ferrua, as well as a Dr., who promised, months ago, to send me his monetary freedom dissertation, are still my only Italian contacts. – J.Z.

PANIZZA, OSKAR, Il concilio d’amore, Et coetera, et coetera, 1988, 173pp, in PP 1347: 35. – The other, etc. essays are: a) Un scandalo in convento, b) La Chiesa di Zinsblech, c) Il delitto di Tavistock Square. – Traduzione: Andrea Chersi. Preludio: Andre Breton.

PANIZZA, OSKAR, Psichopatia Criminalis, 1985 edition, 64pp, 24x, in PP 914.

PANKRATZ, PETER, Auf die Idee kommt es an, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 149. Auch die beste Idee ist fast Nichts ohne ihre verstaendnisvolle Anwendung! – J.Z., 7.6.96.

PAPER CAMEL, THE, 4pp, advertising Schiff’s THE BIGGEST CON, 29x, in PP 731.

PAPER MONEY, PP 61/63, 240, 373/75, 428ff (S. 620 et al), 641, 731/32, 737, 787, 805, 810, 980, 1020, 1037/38. see CENTRAL BANKING, LEGAL TENDER, MONETARY DESPOTISM, TAX FOUNDATION, MONEY, MONETARY FREEDOM. Once the term “paper money” stood not only for money printed on paper but for: forced currency or paper money WITH LEGAL TENDER, more or less exclusive, as opposed to OPTIONAL bank notes. That distinction is more important than whether either or both are, temporarily or permanently “covered” by and convertible into rare metal hoards and to what extent. The term “fiat money” does not make this distinction, either, and wrongly implies that any other cover or redemption than by rare metals is merely fictitious or arbitrary and no good to any holder. Neither government fiat, nor government or even private securities, nor real estate or long term assets, nor rare metal stocks are optimal, far less are they the only possible guarantees or convertibility goods for EXCHANGE MEDIA for daily needed goods and services. These exchange media do primarily need a “goods or service cover” or “readiness to accept – foundation”, aptly called “shop foundation”, and, in addition, an immediately due or short term debt payment or clearing foundation. For optional and market rated state paper money that can be TAX FOUNDATION: Acceptance at par with the nominal value in payment of all taxes and dues and for government bonds with e.g. gold clauses – while such investments in tax slaves are still permitted. Such monies greatly reduce the difficulties in paying compulsory taxes. Ultimately, they ought to be replaced by subscription and contribution based monies of voluntary members. For sound commercial banknotes: suitably “cut up” and self-liquidating bills, that debt foundation lies largely in “real bills”, issued in payment for goods already sold & running only for 2-3 months. Those academics who still believe, copying from each other since about 1800, that the real bills doctrine is fallacious, have not really examined it and the functioning of market rated exchange medium when sound value standards can be and are freely used in them. Forced and exclusive paper currencies do not need a sound, open and clear and sufficient “reflux” arrangement. They cannot be refused or discounted and can thus be inflated. Optional and competitive private notes or paper monies do need sufficient and short-term reflux, to bring about the desired clearing settlement, for which they serve well, as physical means or tokens or certificates of exchange and clearing. Being refusable and discountable, they cannot inflate prices stated in sound value standards. When their issue technique is known, and is widely used, because such issues are not legally prohibited, then they can prevent depressions, sales difficulties and involuntary mass unemployment. Then they keep the quantities and values of goods, services and exchange media in balance and realize Say’s Law: Goods and services “create” (rather: can be and tend to be used freely to create! J.Z.) their own purchasing power, in form of e.g. tickets, vouchers, warrants, coupons, banknotes and clearing certificates, in monetarily useful denominations – through the mediation of free banking and free clearing. In the absence of Legal Tender good money drives out the bad. Forgive the dissertation. I simply hate “sponge” words, which lead to spongy ideas and vague opinions and erroneous conclusions. – J.Z.).

PAPPE, H.O., Sismondi’s System of Liberty, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, April-June 79, 251-266, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p694, headed: Sismondi and Liberty.

PARADOX OF ANARCHISM, THE, author unnamed, in Social Relation and Freedom, 10pp, 29x, in PP 539.

PARALLEL ECONOMY, 243. See Black Markets, Counter-Economy, Underground Economy.



PARBO, ARVI, Sir, Politics and the Economy, 1989, 10pp, in PP 925.

PAREKH, BHIKHU, Review Article : The Political Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott, BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 9, Oct. 79, 481-506, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p987, headed: Oakeshott’s Political Philosophy. It seems that O. considered at least to some extent the desirability and possibility of voluntary and moral communities but, as usual, he, too, did not dare to make firm and open recommendations, contrary to the widely accepted model. Nor does he seem to have revived and explored the tradition of exterritorial autonomy and personal law. If he has, please let me know. – J.Z.

PARENTAL CONTROL OF SCHOOLS, 1105, see Education, Schools.

PARERGA, MAJA, Max Stirner – ein Philosoph! Max Stirner – ein Poet? 2 S.: 70, in PP 1456. – Nach meiner Meinung nur ein Prosa Poet und kein Philosoph! – J.Z., 1.12.1997.

PARETO, VILFREDO, Pareto on the Prospects for Liberty, a letter, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 68.

PARFITT, Carolyn, Multi-Lingual Children, Maths no problem, says doctor, 1979, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.

PARIS COMMUNE, See: BORGHI, A., The Paris Commune, 1p: 189, in PP 1480.

PARIS COMMUNE, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, The Paris Commune, 3pp: 135, in PP 1501.

PARIS, ALEXANDER P., Usury Laws, 6pp: 262, in PP 1506/07.

PARISH ROSS, Industrial Censorship, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p109.

PARISH, ROSS, The Economic Effects of Victoria’s Residential Tenancies Bill, 1980, CIS, 29pp, 29x, in PP 397.

PARISH, ROSS, The Economics of a Volunteer Army, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p299.

PARISSI, SID, Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation, A Social Programme, 8pp, June 89, 29x, in PP 873.

PARKER, S.E. & MARLETTA, STEPHEN, Review of SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., The Manifesto of Peace and Freedom, 3pp, in PP 1423: 21.

PARKER, S.E., A Brace of Moralists, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 145.

PARKER, S.E., Anarchism & Moralization, review of: PERKINS, RICHARD & ERNESTINE, Rational Anarchy, 1971, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 317.

PARKER, S.E., Anarchism from the Right: Review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and the Market &: MACCALLUM, SPENCER HEATH, The Art of Community, 2pp: 101, in PP 1482.

PARKER, S.E., Anarchism vs. Socialism, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 169.

PARKER, S.E., Anarchism, Authority & Power, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 433.

PARKER, S.E., Anarchism, Individualism & Max Stirner, a 2pp review of: CLARK, ROGER P., Max Stirner’s Egoism, Freedom Press, in PP 1420/22: 447.

PARKER, S.E., Archists, Anarchists & Egoists, 6pp, in PP 1423: 38.

PARKER, S.E., Divorce, Duty and the Bishop, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 253. – There are many types of duties, among them many wrongful and imposed or merely imaginary duties and some rightful and self-recognized and chosen ones. Stirnerites seem to deal almost always only with the former. – As a somewhat rational and ethical being, with self-respect and respect for others, who do deserve some respect, I believe, with e.g. Immanuel Kant and Ulrich von Beckerath, in the duty to work towards a free and therefore just, peaceful and prosperous society, made up of numerous, self-chosen and exterritorially autonomous societies, even competing governments, with voluntary members only, and that these should not only be confined to this planet and to humans as the only possible rational and moral beings. – If encyclopaedias of definitions did include all their varieties then such wholesale condemnations of all duties would be somewhat harder to practice. – J.Z., 10.9.97.

PARKER, S.E., Ego & Society, 6pp, in PP 1423: 26.

PARKER, S.E., Einfuehrung zu Badcock, Sklaven der Pflicht, 5 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

PARKER, S.E., Enemies of Society, 1967, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 267.

PARKER, S.E., In Defence of Social Pessimism, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 67.

PARKER, S.E., In Defence of Social Pessimism, 2pp: 59, in PP 1465, in reply to Francis Ellingham.

PARKER, S.E., Individualism and the FREEDOM ASSOCIATION, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 499.

PARKER, S.E., Individualism, Anarchism & the Police, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 71.

PARKER, S.E., Individualist Anarchism, an outline, 4pp, 1965, 29x, in PP 386. – 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 34 & 46.

PARKER, S.E., Individualist-Anarchism, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 11.

PARKER, S.E., Individualistischer Anarchismus, 3pp, 24x in PP 281.

PARKER, S.E., Introduction and note to Ragnar Redbeard, 7pp, in PP 1113.

PARKER, S.E., Introduction to Badcock’s Slaves to Duty, 4pp, in PP 897. With notes by James J. Martin.

PARKER, S.E., Introduction to E. ARMAND, 3pp: 188, in PP 501.

PARKER, S.E., Letter from the editor of EGO, with Jim Stumm’s reply on egoism, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 190.

PARKER, S.E., Libertarian Broadsides & Individualist Sorties, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 321.

PARKER, S.E., More Attacks on St. Max, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 341.

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

PARKER, S.E., On Revisiting “Saint Max”, 4pp, in PP 1423: 29.

PARKER, S.E., Ragnar Redbeard and the Right of Might, 5pp: 16, in PP 1505. – Ibid : A Note on Ragnar Redbeard (Arthur Desmond): 14.

PARKER, S.E., Review of AVRICH, PAUL, Voltairine de Cleyre, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 493.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: BOETIE, ETIENNE DE LA, Discours de la Servitude Voluntaire, in English & French, Ralph Myles edition, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 411.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: DETTMEYER, DIEDERICK, Max Stirner: Etudes, documentes reunis and presentees, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 505.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: HOPKINS, BILL, The Leap, 1p on the book by what P. calls an inconsistent individualist, in PP 1423: 34.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: LABADIE, LAURENCE, Selected Essays, introduced and with appendices by James J. Martin: 1p, in PP 1420/22: 507.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: MARTIN, JAMES J., Men Against the State, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 123.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: RILEY, THOMAS A., Germany’s Poet-Anarchist: John Henry Mackay, 4pp, in PP 1420/22: 366.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: ROBINSON, JEFF, Anarchism & Modern Society, a pamphlet published by Parker, 1p: 47, in PP 1465.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: ROBINSON, JEFF, The Unavoidable Crisis, pamphlet, in PP 1420/22: 129.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: SARGENT, LYMAN TOWER, Contemporary Political Ideologies, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 103.

PARKER, S.E., Review of: SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., John Henry Mackay – the Unique, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 494.

PARKER, S.E., Reviews, of SPOONER, LYSANDER, Vices are not Crimes & of MARTIN, JAMES J., The Saga of Hog Island & Other Essays in Inconvenient History, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 480.

PARKER, S.E., Revolution, Individualism & Stephen Halbrook, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 107.

PARKER, S.E., Sociolatry, 1p., in PP 1312/1314.

PARKER, S.E., Some Notes on Anarchism & the Proletarian Myth, 2pp from THE MATCH, in PP 274: 148.

PARKER, S.E., Some Notes on Anarchism and the Proletarian Myth, 1973, 2pp, 29x, in PP 484. (I seek a full set of his MINUS ONE for filming. J.Z.)

PARKER, S.E., Some Notes on Anarchism and the Proletarian Myth, 2pp, in PP 274.

PARKER, S.E., Some Slings and Arrows, 2pp: 37, in PP 1465.

PARKER, S.E., St. Max & the Critics, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 130.

PARKER, S.E., Stirner on Education, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 299.

PARKER, S.E., Stirner, Marx & Fascism, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 509.

PARKER, S.E., The Morality of Co-Operation, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 205. – There are almost endless varieties of cooperation. Too many anarchists tend to discuss only the pro and con of the senseless ones. – J.Z.

PARKER, S.E., The Myth of Morality, 6pp, in PP 1423: 53.

PARKER, S.E., The Poet and the Bogeyman: Or, the Case of Holbrook vs. Stirner, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 465 & 472.

PARKER, S.E., Three European Anarchist Individualists, Some Notes on Armand, Martucci & Novatore, 3pp: 90, in PP 501.

PARKER, S.E., to Michael E. Coughlin, 2pp, Summer 78, 29x, in PP 243.

PARKER, S.E., Two Egoists: WILLIAM J. BOYER, 1904-1988 & STEPHEN MARLETTA, 1907 – 1989, 4pp, in PP 1423: 51.

PARKER, S.E., Untitled, 2 pages comment on Sargent’s review of Goldwater & Buckley, in PP 1420/22: 198.

PARKER, S.E., Victor Serge and Ego Anarchism, 2pp, in PP 1420/22 : 116.

PARKER, S.E.,Malfew Seklew – the Jester Philosopher of Egoism, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 385.

PARKER, S.W., A Thought out of Season, 1p: 52, in PP 1465.

PARKHOUSE, A., Meat for All, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 176. – On a deregulated meat market.

PARKIN, MICHAEL, Britain, 1951-72: The Lessons Unlearned, 1978, CIS, 28pp, 29x, in PP 396.

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



PARKS, PRIVATIZATION, See: POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatizing Parks and Recreation, 4pp: 208, in PP 1506/07. – If privatization had started with the denationalization of money, then opposition to further privatization would tend to fade away. Alas, the privatizers have left this too last and too late, by putting it into the “too hard” basket. – J.Z., 5.6.98.


PARKS, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Parkland, 2pp: 36, in PP 1515.



PARLIAMENTARY REFORM: The Dangers & the Safeguards, PP 201.


PARRIS, MATTHEW, On the Need to Allow People to Harm each other, 1991, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 57, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

PARRISH, MICHAEL E., Cold War Justice: The Supreme Court and the Rosenbergs, AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 82, 1977, 805-842, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p189. Headed: Ideology and Justice.

PARSCHE, WILLIAM, Paper Money Disaster, review of “Miracle on Main Street”, 2pp, in PP 1247.

PARSON WEEMS, Life of Washington, condensed, with a foreword by Miriam Allen deFord, Haldeman – Julius Publications, Digest 32, PARSONS, A.R., Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Scientific Basis, as defined by some of its apostles, 1887, 194 pp, 29x, in PP 622.

PARSONS, LUCY E., The Principles of Anarchism, a lecture, n.d., 12pp, in PP 962.

PARSONS, LUCY, November 11, Fifty Years Ago, 1887 – 1937, 2pp, in PP 1165.

PARTICIPATION, AS DUTY, PP 411. (In everything? J.Z.)


PARTIES & PROTEST, PP 696, 1132.

PARTIES, ALTERNATIVE & THIRD, PP 724, 852. See Activism, Individul Secessionism, Libertarian Party, Panarchism, Political Action, Progress Party, Workers Party.

PARTIES: HUME, DAVID, Von Parteien ueberhaupt, 9pp, in PP 1357: 101.

PARTINGTON, GEOFFREY, The Socialist Studies Curriculum, Dr. G.P., PARTNERSHIPS, PRODUCTIVE, in PP ??? – See: Autonomous Work Groups and Cooperatives, Productive, Purchase of Enterprises.

PARTY POLITICS, See: EDWARDS, H.W.J., The Division, in PP 1447/49.

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

PARTY POLITICS, See: TOBIN, RONALD D., The Futility of Party Politics, 4pp: 8, in PP1466/67. – See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY.

PARTY POLITICS, Survey of Possible and all to Some Extent Justified Libertarian Positions towards Party Politics, PP 385.

PARTY POLITICS: COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E., Some Thoughts on Party Politics, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1603.


PASOUR, E.C., Jr., Economic Efficiency: Touchstone or Mirage? THE INTERCOLLEGIATE REVIEW 17, Fall/Winter 81, 33-44, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1576, headed: The Mirage of Economic Efficiency.

PASOUR, E.C., Jr., Economic Reality and U.S. Government Farm Programs, 7pp: 606, in PP 1529-33.

PASOUR, E.C., Jr., Lo Que Falta en la Perestroika, 1990, 2pp clipping, in PP 1156.

PASOUR, E.C., Jr., The Right to Food, 5pp: 242, in PP 1529-33.

PASQUINO, PASQUALE, Criminology: The Birth of Special SAVOIR: Transformations in Penal Theory and New Sources of Right in the Late 19th-Century, I&C, Ideology & Consciousness, England, No. 7, Aut. 80, 17-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1580, headed: Criminology & Rationales for Punishment.

PASSEY, DAVID, Outback Army May Soon Be Disarmed, 96, 1p, in PP 1349: 22.

PASSIVE RESISTANCE, PP 61/63, 399/400 (German version), see Nonviolence, Pacifism, Social Defence,

PASSOS, JOHN DOS, See: BEDFORD, IAN, John Dos Passos, 2pp: 90, in PP 1471.

PASSOS, JOHN DOS, THE LIVING THOUGHTS OF TOM PAINE, 1940/42, 178pp, 29x, in PP 366, with a 50pp introduction by Passos, 29x, in PP 366.

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

PASTORA, EDEN, Against Left & Right, PP 1165.

PASTORELLO, DOMENICO, Evolution & Pain, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 3.

PASTORELLO, DOMENICO, The Libertarian of Tomorrow, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 297.

PASTORELLO, DOMENICO, The Morality of a Free Man, 2pp: 44, in PP 1465.

PATENTRECHT in der USSR, Das Recht der Erfinder in der Sowjetunion, 2 S., Ideenschutz, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 55.

PATENTS & COPYRIGHTS, See: TANAKA, TOM, Should Patents and Copyrights Be Abolished? 1/2 p, in PP 493, sheet 90. See the discussion in Tucker’s LIBERTY. See: Copyrights.

PATENTS, See: HOWE, JOHN S., The Role of Patents in a Free Society, 3pp: 56, in PP 1479.


PATERNALISM, See: BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Farewell to Paternalism, 8pp, 76, in PP 1450.

PATERSON, ISABEL, The Humanitarian with the Guillotine, 13p, in PP 1418: 2.

PATHFINDER, Center for Education and Research in Free Enterprise, Texas A & M University, College Station, Some Samples: III/3 (Jan./Feb. 81); IV/1 (Sep./Oct. 81); IV/2 (Dec. 81); IV/3 (Feb. 82); IV/5 (June 82); IV/6 (Aug.82); V/1 (Oct.82); V/3 (Feb.83); V/4 (April 83); V/6 (Aug.83); V/8 (Dec.83); VI/1 (Feb. 84); VI/2 (Apr.84); VI/3 (June 84); VI/4 (Aug.84); VI/5 (Oct. 84); 96pp, 1- 91, in PP 1469.

PATON, W.A., An Ancient Fable Retold, 5pp: 222, in PP 1529-33.

PATON, W.A., Controlling HCL, 7pp: 24, in PP 1529-33.

PATON, W.A., Some Reflections on Education, 6pp: 76, in PP 1529-33.

PATON, W.A., The Gullible Society, 7pp: 143, in PP 1529-33.

PATON, W.A., The Protesters, 9pp: 138, in PP 1529-33.

PATRICK, JAMES C., What the Bible Says about Big Government, 11pp: 227, in PP 1529-33.

PATRICK, LAWRENCE, Freedom begins with choice of school, 1p excerpts, 89, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. For the individual it begins rather with the right of the unborn not to be aborted as a result of “free choice” by its natural guardians. – J.Z.

PATRICKSON, MARGARET, Review of “Workers’ Participation in Industry” by Michael Poole, 1p, 29x, in PP 294-297.

PATRIOTISM AS A MENACE TO LIBERTY, PP 1170. See Nationalism, Territorialism, Statism, Militarism, Imperialism.

PATRIOTISM, PP 199, 732, 1027, 1154.

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

PATRIOTS INFORMATION NETWORK, THE, 1p leaflet for their Monthly Newsletter, in PP 898.

PATROUGH, JOEL, Legal Rights for Germs? Class Action Suit Stirs Turmoil among all Sentient Life Forms, 2pp send-up from ANALOG, 11/77. – Legal rights TO germs, plants & chemicals might be even worse! – J.Z.

PATROUGH, JOEL, Legal Rights for Germs? Class Action Suit Stirs Turmoils among all Sentient Life Forms. A send-up from ANALOG, 11/77, 2pp, in PP 274. Legal rights to germs, plants & chemicals etc. might be even worse. – J.Z.

PATTEN, STEVEN P., The Case that Milgram Makes, PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 86, 1977, 350-364, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p61. Headed: Authority and Obedience.

PATTERN RESEARCH, Access to the Unexpected, Denver, 4 introductory pages, n.d., in PP 1,011.

PATTERN RESEARCH/ OPEN NETWORK, an update, 22pp, 29x, in PP 724.

PATTERSON, BEN, Nationalised Industries and the Common Market, 14pp, 28, in PP 1450.

PATTERSON, J. STAHL, Spencer’s Unknowable as the Basis of Religion, 24pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, November 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375. (On Herbert Spencer’s First Principles, Principles of Psychology and John Fiske’s Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy.)

PATTERSON, J.H., What Church Statistics Show, 2pp, in LBB 1637, n.d., in PP 1224.

PATTERSON, JACK R., Of Locke and Land, 76, 1p, in PP 1345/46: 130.

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

PATTERSON, JOHN W., Moral Development and Political Thinking: The Case of Freedom of Speech, WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 32, March 79, 7-20, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p696, headed: Freedom of Speech and Moral Development. Cases like Open Air Speaking and Broadcasting of Speech are special cases, due to special restrictions imposed upon them and should thus be discussed separately and sufficiently, instead of largely and tacitly tolerating or ignoring such despotism and monopolism. The micrographic freedom of expression and information opportunity deserves also much more discussion, as well as the dependency of all speakers and potential listeners upon sufficient publicity for their combined, organized and proposed “curriculum” in any cultural centre, e.g. upon a meeting calendar, one that is comprehensive and timely. New ideas do also require special freedom of expression and information markets. These and other prerequisites for mutual enlightenment are rarely discussed, although without them freedom of expression and information can never be complete. See e.g. PP 20/21 & 61-63 & 183. – J.Z.

PATTERSON, LAWRENCE, America’s Subrosa Government, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 473.

PAUCITIS, KARLIS to ZUBE, JOHN, 26 July 69, 1p, 24x, in PP 914. – I would like his current address, if he is still alive, to reproduce his journal and his reprints of Dr. Boardman’s writings. J.Z.

PAUL RON, The Case for Gold, review, PP 787.

PAUL SHEARMAN ALLEN & ASSOCIATES, Prospectus in which they offer their services as legal advisers to facilitate the immigration to the U.S. Associated with Libertarian International, 12pp, May 89, in PP 882. – Immigration to the U.S. is now so “free” that one needs a lawyer to negotiate it! There was a time, around 1900, when $ 5 sufficed for A passage from Europe to the U.S. and no passport or greencard was required. – I read yesterday with great pleasure, in the Newsletter of the NSW Progress Party, that “Bumper”: JACOB G. HORNBERGER of FFF has just published a book on free migration and free trade, a title that has been overdue for a long time. I would love to fiche all such articles, essays, leaflets, pamphlets and books in this series. It is one of the classical but still all too controversial liberties. – J.Z., 5 Sep. 1995.

PAUL, ELLEN FRANKEL, Equity & Gender: The Comparable Worth Debate, review, 1139.

PAUL, ELLEN FRANKEL, Laissez Faire in 19th-Century Britain: Fact or Myth? Bibliographical Essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1131ff, 34pp.

PAUL, ELLEN FRANKEL, Moral Revolution and Economic Science: The Demise of Laissez-Faire in 19th-Century British Political Economy, Westport, Connecticut & London, Greenwood Press, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1279, headed: Laissez Faire and Moral Revolution.

PAUL, ELLEN FRANKEL, W. Stanley Jevons: Economic Revolutionary, Political Utilitarian, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, April/June 79, 267-283, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p622, headed: Jevons and Laissez-faire.

PAUL, JEFF, Nixon vs. Economic Reality, 1p on price controls, in PP 276: 20.

PAUL, JEFF, United Nations? Or Council of Criminals? 2pp, 1972, New Right Coalition, in PP 1089.

PAUL, JEFF, World’s Largest Concentration Camp Admitted to “Community of Nations”, 1p, in PP 276: 85, on Red China.

PAUL, JEFF, World’s Largest Concentration Camp Admitted to “Community of Nations”, 1p, on Red China, in PP 276.

PAUL, JEFFREY, Hess Speaks, 1p, in PP 276, very antagonistic.

PAUL, RON & J. ZUBE, on R 7874: “To repeal the privilege of banks to create money”, 9pp, 29x, in PP 484.

PAUL, RON, Being Pro-Life Necessary to Defend Liberty, 1p, in PP 1121.

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

PAUL, RON, Despotism and the Draft, 7pp: 264, in PP 1506/07.

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

PAUL, RON, Honesty in Money, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1345.

PAUL, RON, Interview, 4pp, in PP 1378/81: 75.

PAUL, RON, INVESTMENT LETTER, 2pp leaflet, post 1984, in PP 791.

PAUL, RON, Legislated Morality or Moral Law? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1445.

PAUL, RON, Libertarians for Life, Congressional Record, Nov. 28, 1979, 3pp, in PP 1121. (Except for reprints, libertarian information would be properly buried there – for how many libertarians dig up these vast burial mounds and preserves of dead bones and ever popular fallacies and errors and myths? J.Z.)

PAUL, RON, MC, Forced Value – American Style, 1983, 3pp, in PP 1247.

PAUL, RON, Monetary Policy, Congressional Record, June 6, 1984, 2pp, 29x, in PP 586/587.

PAUL, RON, New Role for Gold? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 877.

PAUL, RON, Our Right to Own Handguns, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 781.

PAUL, RON, Review of: STOCKMAN, DAVID A., The Triumph of Politics; Why the Reagan Revolution Failed, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 15.

PAUL, RON, Ron Paul Speaks Out, Q.s & A.s, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 310.

PAUL, RON, see Freedom Report, sample, in PP 931.

PAUL, RON, The Case Against Minimum Wage, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 367.

PAUL, RON, The Case for Free Trade, 1p, in PP 1117.

PAUL, RON, The Same Deal or a New Direction? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1057.

PAUL, RON, The Underground Economy, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 857.

PAUL, RON, Where to from Here? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1611.

PAUL, RON, Working through the Two-Party System, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1010.

PAULING, Linus, Good Nutrition for the Good Life, (on life extension), 5pp, with Fall & Winter 1983 samples of the Newsletter of the Linus Pauling Institute for Science and Medicine, 12pp, 29x, in PP 675.

PAULLIN, THEODORE, Introduction to Non-Violence, The Pacifist Research Bureau, N.Y., July 1944, 58pp, in PP 1258. – One should imagine that advocates of non-violence would, logically, be advocates of individual freedom, too, and of the non-violence of free markets, free trade, voluntary taxation, monetary freedom, etc. Instead, check for yourself how close to nonsense and still more organized and centralized violence they can get with their world government or world federation “solutions”. Inmates of Nazi Extermination camps did also believe in non-violence – for all too long. But finally, at least in Treblinka, Buchenwald, Sobibor and a few others, and in the Wasrsaw ghetto, the survivors did rebel against being slaughtered and a few did thus manage to escape the gas-oven & other mass murders. The real test for any non-violent measure is not whether it can defeat a relatively civilized and humanitarian government but a ruthless or totalitarian one. – J.Z., 27.5.95.

PAULUSBERGER, R., Strahlendes Gold, ein Weg, Gemuese, Obst- und Sonderkulturen erfolgreich zu bewaessern, 3 S., Sonnenwaerme Geraete u. Bewaesserung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 143.

PAULY, ERNST, 20 Jahre Cafe des Westens, Erinnerungen vom Kurfuerstendamm, 1913/14, 64 S., 29x, in PP 339.


PAX ROMANA, PAX BRITANNICA, PAX AMERICANA, What Is Wrong & What Is Right with them? PP 12. That was to be continued. I have still not got around to do that. By now one might have to add even some appreciation of a “PAX SOVIETICA”, based on a ruthless suppression of all secessionist and insurrectionist attempts in the former USSR. But in this case the blood sacrifices of suppression may have cost even more than the subsequent nationalistic, racist and religious wars arising out of continued but smaller sized territorialism, after the collapse of this empire. – J.Z.

PAZELT, WERNER, Der plastische Plan, Gute Ideen, Architektur, 2 S. ueber Baumodelle, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 68. Jetzt kann man sein Haus auf einem Komputer modellisieren. – J.Z.

PB, Technical Research/Systems Analysis/Information Service, Tokyo, 1983, with my reply 2pp, in PP 907-910.

PEABODY, FRANCIS G., Introduction, 10pp, to James Ford, Co-operation in New England, in PP 1,049.


PEACE & FREEDOM, See: LAISSEZ FAIRE BOOKS, Towards Peace & Freedom, 4pp leaflet, in PP 274: 159.

PEACE & HERD INSTINCT, HERD INSTINCT IN PEACE & WAR, PP 1024. I rather think that primitive social herd “ideas” and barbaric institutions, like territorial States with compulsory membership and subjugation (territorial “integrity” and “internal affairs and “national sovereignty”), are involved. – J.Z.

PEACE & SOCIAL REFORMERS, PP 976. Compare Richard Cobden.

PEACE ACTIVIST REVIEW, Directory of 353 Communes, Communities, & Co-ops in the U.S., as of Jan. 16, 1989, indexed by zip code, Washington, 32pp, in PP 956.

PEACE BOOKS, Some English titles, in J. Zube’s library, 2pp, 29x, in PP 527.


PEACE CONGRESSES, MORE PEACE CONGRESSES? PP 1 & 2. – So far they have not been breeding grounds for sound peace ideas. Nor have the peace movements. – The errors and fallacies of peace lovers could – and should – fill an encyclopaedia. I pointed out about 500 of them in my “An ABC against Nuclear War”, in PP 16-18. – J.Z.

PEACE DECLARATION, UNILATERAL : An extract from : “The Soviet Union and Peace”, the most important documents issued by the Government of the Soviets, 1917-1929, published by Martin Lawrence Ltd., London, introduced by Henri Barbusse. Here only those documents relating to the one-sided peace declaration by the Soviet delegate, on pages 23-41. A perhaps unique precedent for a strategy that might be pursued in a better cause. 49pp in PP 878. See also PP 7, 16-18, 61-63 & 399 – 401. – J.Z.

PEACE HANDBOOKS, PP 16-18, 61-63, 392, 399-401, 816, 931, 822. – What justification is there for protecting a monopoly for any peace handbook by copyrights while peace is still not achieved? – J.Z.

PEACE LITERATURE, a reading guide, see under David Hart, in PP 931.


PEACE MAKING, HARD OR EASY? PP 789. I hold that it is harder and more expensive to intervene with the rights and liberties and security of people and to coercively meddle with them. In other words, the warfare state is hard to take while a free society would be easy to live with. Peace would result, like a laissez faire economy, from leaving all creative energies alone, after simply releasing them. But most people, even freedom lovers, seem to find it too hard to get rid of their remaining statist and militarist errors, myths and prejudices. Thus this kind of enlightenment ought to be as much as possible facilitated, automated and sped up. In this microfiche self-publishing can play a large role. That is up to you – like so many other responsibilities, which you have so far wrongfully entrusted to others or tolerated as monopolies in the hands of others. I hold with Immanuel Kant and Ulrich von Beckerath that working for a free, just and therefore peaceful and prosperous society is a primary individual responsibility and duty. If you do already possess some insights into peace and liberty and their interdependence: “Noblesse oblige!” – J.Z.


PEACE MOVEMENT, PP 698, 1052-61 (LA Foreign Pol. Persp. 16), PP 1158,


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

PEACE OR POLITICS? PP 1132. – Territorial politics and war or exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities and peace? – J.Z.












PEACE PLAN OF ZUBE, JOHN, 8, 16-18, 61-63, 399-401 (in German). On what points does the programme of this peace publication differ from most others? 17 points, 1p, in 16-18. Summary of the Peace Program in PP 61/63, containing a mini-draft of 12 human rights, in 589/90.

PEACE PLANS CONSPIRATOR: Who Is Standing behind this Magazine? PP 1 & 2.

PEACE PLANS Issues by their Numbers, Consecutive Contents Sheets for PP 1508 – 1533, 47pp, in PP 1536: 1632. – Before you decide ordering up a particular PP issue, because of one or the other text in it does interests you, look up that PP issue in these kinds of listings – in order to become aware how many and what kinds of “freebees” you will be getting together with the text you wanted and ordered. Sometimes these lists may also contain comments not included in the main list. I do have the good intention to digitize all the contents lists and to make them accessible in this format as well. But when will I finally get around to do this job? A new scanner and its software might help me in this – when I finally find the time and energy to learn how to use it effectively. – Only the more recent contents lists have been compiled on a computer rather than on an electronic typewriter. With hindsight wisdom I regret do this mistake. In some ways the electronic typewriter made it easier to compile the contents listings. – J.Z.

PEACE PLANS Nos. 16-18 & 61-63 (in German in 399/401) do combine, in handbook form, most of the important points of Ulrich von Beckerath and John Zube for the establishment of a free, peaceful, just and prosperous society.

PEACE PLANS, Contents list of Nos. 1-45 in PP 46. Contents list of 1-759 (cover sheet and contents lists of the books reproduced), in PP 760/65. Contents listing, by PP numbers, for PP 759 – 1157, 419pp, in PP 1173 & 1174.

PEACE PLANS, Contents of PEACE PLANS by the N U M B E R S of the issues, for PEACE PLANS 23-26; 274-279; 467-480; 491-500 and, mainly, for PEACE PLANS Nos. 1154 – 1507, issues published between 1993 & 1998. August 98 listing, in 383pp, in PP 1510/11.

PEACE PLANS, LMP LITERATURE LIST, August 1998, A-Z, for PEACEPLANS 1-1507, 868pp, in PP 1508 & 1508.

PEACE PLANS, No. 1172 lists titles of the series, by author and some subject indications, A – Z, Feb. 1994, for 1964 – 1994, in 450pp, ca. 1.4 MB, indicating a total of ca. 350,000 pages in this series. 42x reduced, on one fiche. Includes the ON PANARCHY series and the Monetary Freedom series. In 1995 this list was updated up to PP 1277 in PP 1278. In 1997 a supplementary listing to PP 1445 appeared in PP 1446.

PEACE PLANS, PP 1 & 2, shortly described under ZUBE, JOHN, PEACE PLANS.

PEACE PLANS, Supplementary List, 1997, in PP 1446.

PEACE PROMOTION AMONG THE BERBERS, Through Exterritorial Institutions and Voluntary Associations, PP 12.

PEACE QUESTIONAIRE, Replies to 3 basic questions, PP 650, 869. – More replies to them are wanted, for another edition. – J.Z.


PEACE SEEKERS, APPEAL TO SYDNEY’S PEACE SEEKERS, for a discussion, meeting, study centre, in PP 1, 3. By now there is even a local peace group, but I did not attend its meetings for long and got only one reply from dozens of members upon my peace questionire with 3 peace questions. I DO NO LONGER SEEK PEACE TOGETHER WITH THE AVERAGE PEACE SEEKERS, BECAUSE IN SPITE OF GOOD WILL, THEY SEEM LOST IN PEACE MYTHOLOGY, DO NOT KNOW WHERE THEY CAME FROM, WHERE THEY ARE, WHERE THEY ARE GOING AND HOW TO ACHIEVE ANY WORTHWHILE AIMS. Few of them realized fully all the factors making for war. Most seem to be hopeless statists or dreamers or take trivialities or fantasies seriously. Please do prove me wrong, many times, with microfilmable evidence of worthwhile efforts by some of them. How many of them are e.g. clearly aware of the close connection between individual rights and liberties and peace? – J.Z.





PEACE THROUGH FREEDOM, PP 1 & 2, 16-18, 61-63, 207, 399-401, 611, 705, 897, 1,002, 1130, (In some sense all issues.)

PEACE THROUGH GEORGISM? PP 631. Its free trade element would certainly help but its single tax system only if merely voluntarily and tolerantly practised – in exterritorially autonomous competition with x other systems, or within Proprietary Communities. – J.Z.




PEACE THROUGH REALIZATION OF OLD & NEW HUMAN RIGHTS, PP 589/90. (In 1964 I gave one such talk in the open air speaking centre in The Domain. I was still so uncertain of my use of the English language, that I learned its ca. 6 closely printed pages by heart. The response was disappointing. But I used its points in the first few Peace Plans issues. Response to these, especially among peace activists and conference organizers, was disappointing, too. – J.Z.

PEACE THROUGH WORLD GOVERNMENT? PP 1012. See UN. Voluntaristic and competing, i.e., only exterritorially autonomous world governments, and world wide free societies, are likely to be more peaceful, less oppressive and less expensive than any exclusive, territorial and compulsory organization of this kind. – J.Z.

PEACE TREATY WITH RUSSIA, Draft of conditions for the next one, PP 14, 61-63, 399-401.

PEACE WORKS PUBLICATIONS, literature list, 2pp, 24x, in PP 50-54.

PEACE, 683/85 (Foldvary on Israel), 789, 869, 896, 970, 988, 1012, 1089, 1130, see KASHER fiche.


PEACE, See: LESER, DAVID, Giving peace a chance, 4pp, SMH 6 Sep. 97: 120, in PP 1493. – On peaceful coexistence between Arabs and Jews in ONE village in Israel. In almost every major world city one can see many instances of e.g. Jews and Arabs living peacefully together and yet apart in this common environment. But there neither of them has any exclusive territorial privileges or aspirations. This and other contemporary and historical lessons are habitually ignored by such well-meaning and supposedly “peace-loving” territorialists. They neither know nor care what really makes for peace. – PIOT, J.Z., 1.1.98

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

PEACE, See: MYCALL SUNANDA UNIVERSITY, World Peace Game, 14pp: 131, in PP 1475. – To run a worthwhile brainstorming session one must have some knowledge, ideas and brains. Otherwise, as in most peace congresses: GIGO. – J.Z.

PEACE, SUBMISSION BY JOHN ZUBE TO THE PRIZE COMPETITION OF THE Christian Science Monitor, 1984/85, “Peace 1010”, PP 650. (Those based on the average peace prejudices got the prizes. J.Z.)

PEACE, UNILATERAL DECLARATION OF PEACE, see People’s Charter for a Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific, Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade & Ranapala, Suri, UTAS, I.L. – But for a real peace program see especially PP 16-18 & 61-63, 399 – 401.

PEACE: COBB, JOE, Free trade, the historic way to peace, 1p, SIL, in PP 1382/85: 291.

PEACE: NOLAN, JAMES, Pax Libertatis, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 185.

PEACE: WALTER, DAVID K. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., War and Peace, Collectivism vs. Capitalism, SIL position paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 296.

PEACE: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Libertarianism. The Path to Peace, Prosperity and Freedom, 6pp, in PP 1445: 24.

PEACE: ZUBE, JOHN to JEANES, IKE, regarding his peace book: Forecast & Solution – grappling with the nuclear, 7pp letter, 21 May 96. No reply received, in PP 1440/42: 558.

PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE THROUGH PERSONAL LAW, How Barbarians Solved the Problem of Peaceful Coexistence, extract from Edward Gibbon, PP 6.



PEACEFUL USE OF ATOMIC ENERGY? PP 8, See Nuclear Reactors. How many countries have by now obtained nuclear weapons through nuclear reactors? – J.Z.


PEACENET, 2pp of introductory information, in PP 1,019.

PEACOCK, ALAN, The Political Economy of the ‘Dispersive Revolution’, SCOTTISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, UK, 23, 1976, 205-219, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p197. Headed: Political Decentralization.

PEACOTT, JOE to SULLIVAN, MAKR, 1p: 40, in PP 1505.

PEACOTT, JOE, See: BAKER, JIM & PEACOTT, JOE, Regulated to Death, Anarchist Arguments against Government Intervention in our Lives, Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade, BAD Press Pamphlet No. 3, June 1992, 29pp, in PP 1228.

PEAKE, CHARLES F., Henry Thornton and the Development of Ricardo’s Economic Thought, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 10, Sum. 78, 193-212, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p680, headed: Ricardo on Money.

PEALE, NORMAN VINCENT, You Can if you Think you Can, 3pp, in PP 499.

PEARCE, COLIN, By George, We’re Headed for Bloodshed and Chaos, 1983, 2pp: 32, in PP 1513, on a book by GEORGE HARDY.

PEARCE, Edward, Gentlemen Not Fit For Business, 1985, LA Cultural Notes No. 11, 2pp, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr. & ZUBE, John, Summary of a Discussion on the Development of India through Monetary Freedom, written by Dr. Pearce, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr., A View of the Economic Harmonies of Frederic Bastiat, 6pp, 24x, in PP 12.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr., Coinage – A Prerogative of Governments: But Why? 1965, 2pp, 24x, in PP 80-82, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr., Planned Depression, the 600 year plan, 1957, a review of Thorold Rogers’ book “Six Centuries of Work and Wages”, 19pp, 29x, in PP 529.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr., Seven Lectures on Economics, 1951, 57pp, 29x, in PP 408.

PEARCE, H.G., Dr., Value, Normal and Morbid, 1946, 271pp, 29x, in PP 631. Another academic who advocated monetary freedom long before Klein and Hayek did, in this century. He left a rich library and many unpublished manuscripts, among them one I had lent him, but his heirs have so far not made this library and his writings accessible. See to it that before you die your favourite own writings are microfilmed and also your favourite rare titles in your library. Your heirs are unlikely to think like you do. He also ran a course on economics at the AQUINAS ACADEMY in Sydney. I intend to film its duplicated lecture notes, once I finally manage to get the handwritten last notes for it from Dr. Boland. – J.Z.

PEARCE, HENRY G. to ZUBE, JOHN, 28.8.67, 4pp: 111, in PP 1489.

PEARCE, HENRY G. to ZUBE, JOHN, Letter, 1967, 3pp: 106, in PP 1489.

PEARCE, TRUDY, Minimum Wage Hurts Poor, CAPITOL COMMENT, No. 43, April 21, 1989, 2pp, Citizens for a Sound Economy, in PP 1216.

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE, E.R., POPULAR FALLACIES regarding Trade and Foreign Duties: Being the “Sophismes Economique” of Frederic Bastiat, adapted to the present time, 1885, 80pp, 29x, in PP 411.

PEARL HARBOR: GREAVES, PERCY, The Real Infamy of Pearl Harbor, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 51.


PEARL, FRANK, The Mint Act Explained. A compilation, 9 sheets, with at least extracts of the Mint Act: 34, in PP 1470. – Like many writings on monetary reform, it seems to spread more smoke than enlightenment. – J.Z.

PEARSE, DAVID, Why Not More Freedom? 4pp, in PP 1150.

PEARSON, DAVID G., Declaration of Independence, 1p, in PP 1398: 122.

PEARSON, GEORGE H., How Tuition Vouchers Socialize Private Education, 3pp: 375, in PP 1457/62.

PEARSON, GLENN L., Mixed Economies A no-Man’s Land, 7pp: 323, in PP 1529-33.

PEARSON, HESKETH, “Oh, eine verteufelte Kindheit!” Erinnerungen an die Schulzeit Bernard Shaws, 2p, 1950, 36x, in PP 714.

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

PECCATO 2, IL, 1990, 13pp, supplied by Valerio ISCA: 107, in PP 1518. Associazione Per Lo Sbattezzo. Apparently an atheist paper.

PEDDE, SEIG, A Brief to a Select Committee on Transportation, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., A People’s Court? 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Are we another Rome? 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 106. – Are we a city? – J.Z.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Comment, on 3 suggestions on how libertarians should engage themselves, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 87.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Courts against the State, 14pp: 16, in PP 1501. – Yes, it did happen sometimes – but mostly they were by and for the State, and still are. – J.Z., 5.6.98.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Education and the Political Community, IHS, Center for Independent Education paper, 1977, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p305, headed: State vs. Education.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., From the Halls of Montezuma…, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 46.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., O Canada, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Organized Crime, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., People Justice, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Public Schools: the Counterattack Begins, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 9.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., Stateless Societies: Ancient Ireland, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., The Airline Cartel, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

PEDEN, JOSEPH R., The Fall of the Republic, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 103.

PEDRO, SYLVESTER, The Hundred Million Dollar Payoff, 2pp review of DOUGLAS CADDY’s book of the same name, in PP 1367/68: 82.

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

PEEL, ROBERT, SPEECHES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, May 6th and 20th, 1844, on the Renewal of the Bank Charter and the State of the Law Respecting Currency and Banking, 1844, 80pp, with Notes by John Zube, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 565.

PEELE, STANTON, Addiction and Autonomy, 23pp: 234, in PP 1506/07.

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

PEGG, MIKE, The Positive Planet, 4pp leaflet for the book, in PP 1267.

PEGRUM, ROGER, Towards a New Tower of Babel, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p402.

PEIKOFF, LEONARD, The Ominious Parallels, 1p review by ED CRANE, in PP 277/278: 123.

PEIKOFF, See review by CRANE, ED, in PP 277.

PEIRATS, JOSE, Appendix to “Anarchists in the Spanish Revolution”, Black & Red, 1993, 32 pp, including a 3pp biogr. Of Jose Peirats Valls, by Fredericos Arcos, in PP 1355: 38- 45.

PEIRATS, JOSE, What Is the C.N.T.? Syndicalism in Practice, Special Supplement of REBEL WORKER, No. 1, Spain: The C.N.T., 6pp, 29x, in PP 871.

PEIRCE, WILLIAM S., Make Tax Abatement General, 1990, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

PEJOVICH, STEVE & MAURICE, CHARLES, Incentives, Risks and Rewards in Team Sports, 2pp: 91, in PP 1469.

PEJOVICH, STEVE & MAURICE, CHARLES, Will the Gas Tax Really Create Jobs? 2pp: 49, in PP 1469.

PEJOVICH, SVETOZAR, American Free Enterprise, 2pp: 13, in PP 1469.


PENCIL, I PENCIL, the classic story on market cooperation, PP 309.

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

PENSION FUND SOCIALISM, PP 294-297, 599, see Trustee Acts.


PENTECOST, HUGH O., The Anarchist Method, Boston 1890, 23pp, with advertisements, in PP 496.

PENWALT CORPORATION, The Competitive Enterprise System. We believe in it. Here’s why: The MODERN Little Red Hen, 2pp, 1976 advertisement, in PP 1307: 121.

PENWALT CORPORATION, The Competitive Enterprise System. We believe in it… here’s why: 2pp adv., 76, in PP 1317: 141-142.

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, An Australian Nuclear Disarmament Declaration, 1p, in PP 1,027. (The usual hopeful, wishful and confused thinking. J.Z.)

PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY, 4pp leaflet, in PP 789. 2pp leaflet, in PP 897.

PEOPLE’S CHARTER FOR A NUCLEAR FREE AND INDEPENDENT PACIFIC, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 896. (Still appealing to government to become “good guys”! J.Z.)


PERCIVAL, RAY & POPPER, KARL, Conference, U.K., 1p, in PP 1378/81: 216.

PERDEW, JOHN, Design for Limited Government, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

PERDEW, JOHN, Two Eyes for an Eye, Criminal Restitution & Retribution, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

PERET, BENJAMIN, Il disonore dei poeti preceduto da La parola a Peret, 1988, 77pp, in PP 1347: 74.


PERIGO, LINDSAY, But Surely…, The interviewer interviews himself about his editorial, THE FREE RADICAL & life in general, 4pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 20.

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

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Cue Card Libertarianism (The Beginnings of a libertarian encyclopaedia!), in PP 1336 – 39: 4pp:45 & 54; 3pp: 81; 3pp: 109; 2pp: 138; 2pp: 158; 3pp: 194 & 202; 2pp: 226.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Discrimination Rules, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 276.

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

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Hayek in Hindsight, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 92.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Licentia Extrema pro Libertate, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 308.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, McCarthyism from the Left, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 372.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Of Life and Death, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 62.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Radio Rights, 1p, originally: RADIO LIBERTY, in PP 1336 – 39: 404.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Sir Roger Douglas: Champion of Choice? 94, 4pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 4.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Static Be the State, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 149. – For freedom in broadcasting, but only on the exclusive ownership model for air waves. Shall I announce exclusive ownership for the sound waves that I use? How far shall the electronic frequency “ownership” extend? All over earth? At any power? All over the Universe? Open coops and good manners offer a better solution. – J.Z.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, The Flaggellation-Fest, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 38.

PERIGO, LINDSAY, Turning Minds to Mush, 1p, for private education, in PP 1336 – 39: 212.

PERKIN, HAROLD, Individualism vs. Collectivism in 19th Century Britain: A False Antithesis, JOURNAL OF BRITISH STUDIES 17, Fall 77, 105-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p, headed: Individualism vs. Collectivism?

PERKINS, ERNESTINE, Liberty In Our Time: Is It Possible? 3pp: 615, in PP 1457/62.


PERKINS, HOWARD, Dope & the Pope: A Brief Dialogue, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

PERKINS, HOWARD, The Case Against Identity Cards, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

PERKINS, R. & E., Precondition for Peace & Prosperity: Rational Anarchy, 1975, review in 16-18.

PERKINS, RICHARD & ERNESTINE, Preconditions for Peace and Prosperity: Rational Anarchy, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 95, in PP 1468. – I would like permission to microfiche this book. – J.Z.

PERKINS, RICHARD & ERNESTINE, Rational Anarchy, 1971, 1p, review only by PARKER, S.E.: Anarchism & Moralization, in PP 1420/22: 317.

PERLMAN, FREDY, Anti-semitism and the Beirut Pogrom, 1983, 16pp, in PP 1240.

PERLMAN, FREDY, L’appello costante del nazionalismo, 1990, 77pp, in PP 1347: 62. – I suppose only territorial nationalism is discussed here and not voluntaristic and exterritorial nationalism. – My few lessons of Italian, decades back, are not up to it. – J.Z.

PERLMAN, LORRAINE, Having Little, Being Much, A Chronicle of Fredy Perlman’s Fifty Years, Black & Red, Detroit, 1989, 164pp, in PP 469.

Permaculture, 6pp of leaflets, in PP 275: 120.



PERMACULTURE, See: TRIP, The Resources of International


PERMANENT PROTEST, See: ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Permanent Protest: Is it Anarchism? 7pp: 53, in PP 1465. – PARKER, S.E., In Defence of Social Pessimism, 2pp: 59, in PP 1465, in reply to Francis Ellingham.

PERON, JIM, AIDS: An Issue of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, an LP leaflet, 4pp: 863, in PP 1484/85.

PERON, JIM, The Eschatology of Environmentalism, 4pp, in PP 1287/89p148.

PERON, JIM, The Initiative Process — A Caveat, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p196. See: Referendum.

PERON, JIM, Weep for South Africa. Massive South African Election Fraud Makes Country Ripe for Tyranny, 1994 2pp, in PP 1287/89p349. – Weep for all other countries, too, in which they have “the” vote. As already Spooner pointed out, every “secret” and “democratic” election defrauds at least minorities, if not the temporary majority, too. Every TERRIRORIAL election defrauds individuals and minorities of their rights and their basic vote, to either belong to a particular community, state, constitution, system or organization or not to, according to their own, individual and free choice, regardless of how all others are voting. – Only votes in volunteer communities, that are only exterritorially autonomous, can be rightful towards all their members, because they had and continue to have their chance, and towards outsiders, because it leaves them alone. – Territorialism is THE basic foundation for any large scale and prolonged tyranny, apart from a relatively few and temporary voluntary victims of “great leaders”, “prophets” or gurus. – J.Z.

PERON: SANMARTINO, ERNESTO, In Hitler’s Footsteps, 2pp, on Peron, in PP 1411/12: 81.

PERRETT, JANINE, Born amid Feminist Fervour, the Women’s Bank Grows up, N.Y., 1988 clipping, in PP 787.

PERRY, A.L., Does Protection Raise Prices? 7 pp, 29x, in PP 602.

PERSISTENCE, Some Quotes submitted by VIV FORBES, 1p, in PP 25.

PERSOENLICHE GRUNDBUCH, DAS, von Dr. Robert Scheu, Buchbesprechung, 2 S., Gute Ideen, Rechtsreform, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 67.

PERSOENLICHE INFORMATIONEN fuer die Freunde des Ideen Archivs, Nr. 1-12, Mai 51 – April 52, von Kurt Zube, mit einigen Anmerkungen von Ulrich v. Beckerath u. J. Zube, 98 S., in PP 1351: 1.

PERSON, CARL, Justice, Inc.: A Proposal for a Profit-Making Court, JURIS DOCTOR, March 78, 32-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p514, headed: Justice in the Market.

PERSONAL BEAUTY, PP 830. (How much can the mind show through and appear attractive and powerful? How often show physical beauties also dullness? – J.Z.)

PERSONAL DESTINIES, Review of D. Norton’s book, PP 418/19, p206.


PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES, L.A., No. 6, in PP 1281/82. (No. 5 is still missing.)

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES, Libertarian Alliance, London, Nos. 1 & 2, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES, LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, No.3: McFARLANE, KEVIN, From Critical Rationalism to Logic of Human Action, 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.

PERSONAL REPORT, Foundation for Constitutional Studies, Honolulu, I/2 & 3, 1971, 28pp, in PP 1250, the only follow-up to the book by ANDERSON, JACK & MILES, PERRY, A Constitution for a Moral Government, that is on hand. – There were at least 2. – J.Z.

PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION, 5pp of 1912 advertisements, 24x, in PP 336.

PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION, Monetary Reform Proposals, 4pp, 36x, in PP 561.

PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION, Notice of a meeting, 19 May 79, 1p, in PP 803. (An association does not live but rather tends to die, if one attempts to make it live merely through a few pages, published every few weeks or months, through one of its outspoken members. Henry Meulen and my father supplied some evidence for that, if it were still needed for someone. Micrographic newsletters, on the other hand, could give every member a voice – as many pages as he or she liked to fill – and could thus establish numerous cross-linkages, inter-actions and network possibilities that would not pass the bootleneck of the necessarily few printed pages, edited by one or a few. I have a high regard for Meulen, as far as he went with his ideas – not far enough, I believe. For instance, he hardly ever gave Ulrich von Beckerath a chance to voice his alternative views on monetary freedom in THE INDIVIDUALIST. They exchanged letters over decades, filling probably hundreds of pages. Meulen destroyed most of his correspondence, under the assumption that the essences would have found their way into TI. That was a serious error. Of hundreds of proposals of von Beckerath only very few paragraphs were reproduced in TI. Beckerath’s letter collection, up to 1943, was burned in an air raid. I am still trying to get together all of B.’s correspondence and any letter by and to Meulen, that anyone might have cared enough to preserve. – J.Z.)

PERSONAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION, Publishing History, PP 561. See Meulen, Henry.

PERSONAL RIGHTS DOCTRINE, PP 483. Compare: Individualism, Personal Law, Individual Sovereignty, Panarchism, Exterritoriality.

PERSPECTIVES ON ANARCHIST THEORY, Bi-annual newsletter of the Institute for Anarchist

PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC POLICY, Council for a Competitive Economy, numbers 4, 6, 7, 9-10, 12-15, in PP 935.

PERSPECTIVES, 1st. ed., 1986, by Archives Project, 80pp, a directory. 29x, in PP 675.

PERSUASION AT WORK, II/3, March 79, Rockford College Institute, 8pp, containing: METZGER, PETER, Dr., The Coercive Utopians, 1978/79, 8pp, in PP 1117.

PERSUASION vs. FORCE, PP 1150. Compare Cultural Revolution, Ideas Archive, Encyclopedia of Refutations, Slogans for Liberty, Indexing, Abstracts compilations, Bibliographies, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Libertarian Library, Xanadu, Institute for Social Inventions, Microfilm, Databanks, etc.

PERSUASION VS. FORCE, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, Persuasion vs. Force, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 245.

PERSUASION, MORAL, See: MELLA, RICARDO, Some Thoughts on Moral Persuasion, 3pp: 141, in PP 1515.

PERSUASION, NYC, formerly: VIEWS, I/1 – III/12, Sep. 64 – Dec. 66, incomplete, 352 pp, in PP 1376: 1-352. Editor: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY. – IV/1, Jan. 67 – V/4, April 68, 112pp, in PP 1377: 1. V/6, June 67 is missing! – PERSUASION GOES TO A PARTY, (fotos), 5pp, in PP 1377: 37. – PERSUASION, AN EDITORIAL, Farewell to our readers, 1pp, in PP 1377: 112. – THE MORE OR LESS HIDDEN TREASURES OF ALL ANARCHIST, LIBERTARIAN AND OTHER PRO-FREEDOM PERIODICALS SHOULD BE PERMANENTLY RAISED, AT LEAST TO THE LIGHTS OF MICROFICHE READING MACHINES. Otherwise, so many funds and efforts are largely wasted on the relatively few readers they managed to attract for a while with their paper editions. Many of their articles have a lasting value. If you have the facilities, access, patience, time and energy and funds, by all means, scan them all into permanently and cheaply available electronic media. But do not go on neglecting these treasures. All of them combined, indexed, abstracted, reviewed, discussed, might carry us a fair way on the road to enlightenment, liberty, peace, justice, prosperity, longevity and even to the stars. Go “treasure-hunting” and then duplicate these treasures efficiently. Hundreds of millions can’t afford expensive paper editions. The libraries of the paper edition collectors are almost all woefully incomplete. – J.Z., 12.5.97.

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

PESECKIS, FRANK, Regulations: How the Government Strangles Free Enterprise, 3pp, in PP 1089.

PESECKIS, FRANK, The Assault on Achievement, 1p, in PP 276, on altruism and taxation.

PESECKIS, FRANK, The Assault on Achievement, 1p, on altruism and transfer payments, in PP 276: 66.

PESSIMISM, Pessimism linked to early death, clipping, 1p, from SMH, 25.4.95, in PP 1262.


PESTALOZZI, HANS A., Die schoene Seele der Anarchie. Ja zu Nein, Nein zu Chaoten, WIENER, July 86, 4 S., in PP 1326: 112.

PESTALOZZI, HANS A., Warum. Ueber den Sinn des Lebens: Akzeptiere kein moralisches Motto dieser Gesellschaft, 1 S., WIENER, Nov. 86, in PP 1325: 116.

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

PETER, HOLLIS, Prof., Radio Talk on Australian Management & Participation, 5pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

PETERBOROUGH LIBERTARIAN ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER, Interest Rates & Inflation, 1p: 270, in PP 1506/07.

PETERMAN, TIMOTHY E. Notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. ZUBE, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

PETERS, JOHN V., Anarchism and Government, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.

PETERS, STEPHAN, More Laws Anybody? 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 490.

PETERSEN, DYANNE M., The Post Office as Censor, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 206.

PETERSEN, LIGE, America & Asia, 6pp, in PP 1445: 6, on Southeast Asia & especially the Vietnam War.

PETERSON, DENNIS L., Big Lessons for a Little Boy, 6pp: 504, in PP 1529-33.

PETERSON, DENNIS L., From the Mouths of Babes, 3pp: 392, in PP 1529-33.

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

PETERSON, LIGE, Another Christmas Carol, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 145.

PETERSON, MARK, The Multinational Corporation, 6pp: 147, in PP 1529-33.

PETERSON, MARRY BENNETT, The Regulated Consumer, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.

PETERSON, MICHAEL, The U.S. Forest Service – the World’s Largest Socialized Road Building Co., 2pp, in PP 478.

PETERSON, PATRICK, The Heartland Institute, to Bettina Bien Greaves, 2pp, October 11, 1990, on her latest book edition: Economic Freedom and Interventionism, with 1p reply by BBG, October 24, 1990, in PP 1,021.

PETERSON, ROBERT A., Education in Colonial America, 10pp: 424, in PP 1529-33.

PETERSON, ROBERT A., George Whythe of Williamsburg, 8pp: 562, inP 1529-33.

PETERSON, ROBERT A., Review, 2pp, of: MCGUFFEY, WILLIAM HOLMES, The Original MCGuffey’s, 1982, 7 volumes: 503, in PP 1529-33. -On formerly successful school reader stories.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Defending the rich, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 182.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Kick a Businessman today, 3pp: 471, in PP1529-33.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Mises and Keynes, 10pp, in PP 1268.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Review, 2pp, of: BROZEN, YALE, Concentration, Mergers, and Public Policy, Macmillan, N.Y., 1982,456pp: 379, in PP 1529-33.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Show Business and Businessmen: Good Guys or Bad Guys? 1p: 22, in PP 1469.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., The Public Interest of Private Enterprise – and the Private Interest of Public Policy, 5pp: 164, in PP 1529-33.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., The Wall, 1983, 2pp: 43, in PP 1469.

PETERSON, WILLIAM H., USA Farm Policy … now what? 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 29.

PETIT, JEAN-CLAUDE, Sexual Liberation, 3pp, 36x, in PP 412, p306.


PETRAS, JAMES, U.S. Foreign Policy: The Revival of Interventionism, MONTHLY REVIEW 31, Feb. 80, 15-27, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1113, headed: U.S. Interventionism & “Human Rights”.

PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Monopoly, and the Role of Government, 9pp: 166, in PP 1529-33.

PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Unions & Antitrust, 30pp: 2, in PP1529-33.

PETRO, SYLVESTER, Do Antitrust Laws Preserve Competition? 9pp: 257, in PP 1529- 33.

PETRO, SYLVESTER, see VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., Review, 3pp, of Sylvester Petro, Injunctions and Labor-Disputes: 1880-1932. Part I: What the Courts Actually Did – And Why, Winston-Salem, North Carolina: The Baylor Institute for Labor Policy Research, 1978, in PP 1153.

PETRO, SYLVESTER, Sovereignty and Compulsory Public-Sector Bargaining, 4pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 214, in PP1529-33.

PETTENGILL, SAMUEL B., Crusading in Asia, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 376.

PETTENGILL, SAMUEL B., Smoke-Screen, 1940, 126pp, in PP 1317: 69- 97. – Good in his criticism but do not expect much from his “Postscript for Action” from this former member of Congress, Indiana. – J.Z.

PETTERSON, Jan Sommerfelt, Index on Liberty, May/June 1986, 12pp, 29x, in PP 675. See under INDEX FOR LIBERTY for prior and later editions.

PETTIE, MARION, Dr. Ralph Borsodi Is a Man for whose Ideas ‘the Time Has Come’, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 220.

PETTIT, PHILIP, Liberalism and its Defence: A Lesson from J.S. Mill, 1988, 6pp, in PP 1146.

PEUKERT, JOSEF, Otto Rinke, 1910, 3 S., 29x, in PP 349. – Communists anarchists are all too much occupied with the fate of individual persons under the present systems and with attacks on particular enterprises, called “actions”, rather than with self-help measures, at their own expense and risk, that are possible even under what they perceive to be “capitalism”. Like robbers, do they do not seriously consider how they could become rightfully rich as the result of their own productive efforts and as a result of expropriating the bureaucrats and politicians rather than private and productive entrepreneurs. Nor do they consider the facts of pension fund socialism and that a unionist administration of their superannuation claims is not any better. – J.Z.

PEYRELEVADE, Jean, Faut-il tuer les monopoles publics? 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

PFANKUCHEN, LLEWELLYN, Extraterritoriality, 1940, Par. 59, note to his book: A Documentary Textbook in International Law, 2pp, in PP 1539: 95.

PFEIFFER, J.P. & THIEBEN, E., Private Planwirtschaft, 2 S., Betriebsrationalisierung, Planung, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-32: 27. – Even the best hierarchical management can hardly ever efficiently replace self-management. – J.Z.

PFEMFERT, FRANZ, Hindernisse auf dem Wege zur Einheitsfront, 2 S. in PP 1326. – Warum “Einheitsfront”? Exterritoriale Autonomy fuer alle Freiwilligen-Gruppen u. eine Foederation lokaler Freiwilligen Milizen, fuer die Aufrechterhaltung individueller Menschenrechte, wuerde genuegen. Sonst siegen die Totalitaeren, fuer Allzulange. – J.Z., 9/97.

PFEMFERT, FRANZ, See: JONES, MIKE, Aspects of Anarchy – 3, 2pp, on Franz Pfemfert, 1879 – 1954: 105, in PP 1482.

PHELAN, AMANDA, Dealing with mozzies just takes a little common scent, SMH 29.12.97, 1p: in PP 1493. – On LEPTOSPERMUM LIVERSIDGEI, known as the mozzie blocker plant: 115, in PP 1493.

PHELAN, AMANDA, Mining a swamp, for peat’s sake, SMH, 13.12.97, 1p: 155, in PP 1501. – Flies before people? By MAY 98 this firm is still under an injunction against producing peat – mostly for gardeners or even greenies. Do I have to expect an injunction against using or covering my compost heap – because it is a breeding ground for fruit flies? – J.Z.

PHELAN, TOWNER, Controls Won’t Stop Inflation, 4pp, in PP 1411/12: 408. – On the contray, controls, like “legal tender” clauses and central bank privileges do cause and maintain it. – J.Z., 3.3.97.

PHELAN, TOWNER, The Secret Strength of Communism, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 338. – Our Welfare States.

PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War, 2pp against the postal monopoly, in PP 1432/1439: 918.

PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War, Gimme Shelter, Part II, 2pp on self-built shelters, largely underground: 1270. Part III, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1314.

PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War. A Heretic Visits the Christian Patriots Freedom Festival, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1008.

PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War. Travelling Cheaply, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1167. – There are other ways: Servas, The Hospitality Exchange, The World For Free, cheap air tickets as courier – and networks like those of Esperanto advocates, anarchists and libertarians. – J.Z.


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

PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION, See: MCGILLION, C.J., Poor People and People Power. The Philippine Revolution in Review, 3pp: 594, in PP 1484/85. – Was is a genuine revolution or just another change of the power holders? – J.Z.

PHILLIPS, ANNETTE, Atlantis systems beats Romans, 1p clipping, 93, on new sub-soil drainage system, in PP 467.

PHILLIPS, CHARLES F., Competition? Yes, but…., FEE, 1955, 21pp, in PP 962.

PHILLIPS, J. BRIAN, New Money Threatens Privacy, on elecronically readable cash notes, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 24.

PHILLIPS, WENDELL, Review of Lysander Spooner’s Essay on the Unconstitutionality of Slavery, reprinted from the ANTI-SLAVERY STANDARD, with additions by Wendell Phillips, Boston, 1847, 1969, 95pp, in PP 1149.

PHILOLOGOSTICAL INSTITUTE, THE, Cannabis Sativa, Report 1, Series XV, Aug. 67, 23pp, in PP 1362/63: 197.

PHILOSOPHIA VERLAG, MUENCHEN, 1 S, Literaturliste, contains THE INTERNATIONAL CARL MENGER LIBRARY, German titles, 29x, in PP 424 & in PP 1127/1128. – Unfortunately, this is a library that is far from complete, although it could easily be made complete – on microfiche. – J.Z.


Philosophical History.

PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES, Libertarian Alliance, London, Nos. 6-8, 8pp, 29x, in PP 696. Nos. 4 & 10, 29x, in PP 864. See also PP 1052-61.

PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES, Nos. 29-32, 14pp, in PP 1281/82. L.A. series. Missing still: 26 – 28.

PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS, 100, with answers, of CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL ACTION, guest editor Brian Martin’s 2 pp invitation to submit papers for 4 special issues, deadlines: 31 Dec. 89 to 30 Dec. 90, 29x, in PP 873.



PHOENIX FOUNDATION BULLETIN, May 1980, sample on Azores, Na Griamel & Portugal, 4pp, 29x, in PP 388.

PHOENIX FOUNDATION, The Azorean Fight for Freedom, with introductory leaflet, 26pp, 29x, in PP 387.

PHOENIX SYSTEMS, Source of Neat Stuff, 1p review by John Haynes in PP 1269.

PHORYLLES, IRMA M., Hass macht haesslich! 2 S., Lebenskunst, Sprache des Gesichts, in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 37.

PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, Nuclear War: The Search for Solutions, 6pp leaflet, in PP 1425: 118.

PHYSIOCRACY, See: BEER, M., An Inquiry into PHYSIOCRACY, 1939, 1966, 196pp, indexed, in PP 1366: 1.

PHYSIOCRATS, 322, 892/93, 1094. See GUYOT, YVES, Quesnay et la Physiocratie, Paris, Guillaumin, 1896, 177pp, in PP 1078.

PHYSIOCRATS, French, Works in French, in PP 1352/54. – Note by John Zube on this edition: When I began with my efforts to microfiche freedom literature, David Hart recommended reproducing bibliographies and works by the Physiocrats. Alas, I did not have, for many years, easy access to their works and the editions that I did come across were usually copyrighted, through recent comments. Thus even ancient works like these are somewhat legally monopolized in our days. – But there is no legal or financial obstacle to anyone who has access to these old texts to photocopy them and then get them microfiched by a good micrographic service bureau, after he has prepared the texts and arranged them suitably himself, to save filming & labour costs, but having to invest some labour of love, to make old and flawed printing and paper flaws less annoying. I do not know whether even the best present OCR systems can cope with them. – I must confess, that since these texts are in French & since I have so far only one customer in France, a left anarchist, I have not gone to any great length in hand-correcting flawed printing in these works. When one is just one lonely voice shouting in the wilderness, then one is inclined, at least in the long run, to spare one’s vocal cords. – Anyone is invited to do better. – The French have invented the word “fiche” or “leaf” for microfiche – but what have they done with them, so far, especially their freedom lovers and anarchists? – As far as I know, only the texts of the French Revolution and French Utopias are well reproduced on microfilm – and this by professional publishers. – Even Proudhon’s writings are, apparently, not yet fully reproduced, not even in French, not even on microfiche. Should such intellectual treasures be left slumbering in some not so accessible libraries, for further decades or even centuries? – No wonder our world is in such a mess, in many respect, especially in economics and politics. – If librarians, libertarians, anarchists, etc., lovers of peace, justice, longevity, intelligence expansion, space research, really loved books and texts that could promote their own enlightenment and liberation and that of others – they could and should do something about it, with microfiche, floppy disks, ZIP drive disks, text only CD-ROMs, large tape drives, hard disks, etc. – instead of leaving these media still largely under-utilized for their supposedly favourite literature. Laws do not block them in this respect, in most countries, by now. Nor do their limited means prevent them from extensive freedom publishing in alternative media. But their mindset, apathy and laziness does. Should we rather let this world perish or continue to be mismanaged by “rulers” and “great leaders” than resorting to affordable and legal alternative publishing and reading media? – PIOT, J.Z., 12 May 1997.

PHYSIOCRATS, See: DAIRE, M. EUGENE, PHYSIOCRATES, Premier & Seconde Partie, Paris, 1846, 1113 pages, 29x, in PP 1352/54.

PICHARDO, ADOLFO S., Have it your way! – Use a trust, 1p: 219, in PP 1293/95.

PICKET, HAROLD & WILLIAMS, SUSAN, An Anarchist Primer, 1p: 24, in PP 501.

PICKET, HAROLD, Children’s Rights? 2pp: 149, in PP 501.

PICKET, HAROLD, The Picket Line on EST and Anarchy, 1p: 95, in PP 501.

PICKETT, HAROLD, The Picket Line, 2pp: 130, in PP 501.

PICKETT, JIM, The Natural Basis of Rights, 1st. draft, 3-20-88, 2pp in PP 1540: 200. – On panarchism.

PIERIE, MADSEN, Dismantling the State. The Theory & Practice of Privatization, only in a 1p review, by THIES, CLIFFORD F., in PP 1378/81: 127. – It left denationalizing money to the last, i.e., until too late. When it privatized or introduced competition in less important spheres, it put the sales proceeds largely into the hands of politicians and bureaucrats, instead of putting assets into the hands of the people or taxpayers, as their victims, in part-indemnification. Result: The still property – poor people, now confronted by private monopolists, voted in the State Socialists again, in 97! – I had a short exchange with M.P. when he visited Sydney. He wanted to leave tackling the Bank of England to some time later on. It should have been the first target. Nor did he show any interest in an all-over denationalization project like I described in PEACE PLANS 19 C. – With their shares of public assets in their own hands, even the State socialists of the U.K. might have had second thoughts about investing them again in State socialist enterprises. – But they would have been free to do so. Thus they could have been won over to privatization, too. – J.Z., 12.5.97.

PIERIE, MADSEN, Dr. & PETER YOUNG, Public and Private Responsibilities in Privatization, 1986, 16pp, in PP 1,014.

PIERIE, Madsen, Dr., Privatization: The Facts and the Fallacies, 1985, 36pp, 29x, in PP 643. The worst fallacy in this sphere, as I see it, is to imagine that, when politicians and bureaucrats pocket the sales proceeds, then a nationalized enterprise would be fully privatized. No wonder that many of the state socialists are in favour of this kind of “privatization”. They get the capital value and get rid of the worries they formerly had with these assets. Instead, all taxpayers should be considered as shareholders and get their individualized shares in the national assets. Not a single further cent to the politicians and bureaucrats, at least not from this source, if it can be helped.

PIERRE, FILTHY, Reply to “Some Problems with Egoism” by Jim Stumm, 1p, in PP 1323: 82.

PIERROT, M., Anarchism – Its Part In the World Struggle, 3pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.

PIERRY, FILTHY, Reply to Spencer MacCallum, 1974, 5pp, 24x in PP 107-108.

PILCH, MICHAEL, Saving for Retirement, 10pp, 93, in PP 1450.

PILLAR OF JUSTICE & JEFFERSON, THOMAS, A Declaration of Independence, 2pp, in PP 1417: 130.

PILLOW, BRICK, Urban Vonu, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 44.

PILON, ROGER, Corporations and Rights: On Treating Corporate People Justly, GEORGIA LAW REVIEW, vol. 13, no. 4, Sum. 79, 1245-1370, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1093, headed: Corporations: Rights and Obligations.

PILON, ROGER, Criminal Remedies: Restitution, Punishment, or Both? ETHICS 88, 1978, 348-357, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p511, headed: Punishment vs. Pure Restitution.

PILON, ROGER, On Moral and Legal Justification, SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 11 (4), 1979, 1327-1344, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1168, headed: Moral and Legal Justification.

PILON, ROGER, Ordering Rights Consistently: Or what we Do and Do not Have Rights to, GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 13, No. 4, Sum. 79, 1171-1196, summary only, 2p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1091, headed: The Scope of Rights.

PIMPS, See: BLOCK, WALTER, The Pimp as Hero, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 26.

PINE TREE PRESS, Pamphlets, 17, of the then existing FREEDOM SCHOOL in Colorado Springs, in PP 1425: a) Untitled (Christmas?), 63, 16pp: 65; b) Guilt 1, Guilt & Innocence, 64, 16pp: 67; c) Guilt 2, No time for Guilt over… 64, 16p: 70; d) Guilt 3, 16pp, April 64: 72; e) Industrial Revolution 1, 16pp, May 64: 75; f) Industrial Revolution 2, 16pp, June 64: 78; g) Retributive Justice, 16pp, Nov. 64: 81; h) Protection, 16pp, Dec. 64: 84; i) Community & Private Property, 16p, May 63: 87; j) Capitalism, 16pp, June 63: 89; k) Business 1, 16pp, July 64: 92; l) Business 2, 16pp, Aug. 64: 95; m) July 4, 1776, 16pp, July 63: 98; n) Freedom, 16pp, Feb. 63: 100; o) Contracts, 16pp, Sep. 64: 103; p) Marriage, 16pp, Oct. 64: 106; q) DAZEY, RUTH, The Education of a Free Man, 4pp, on ROBERT LEFEVRE: 108. – Who wrote them? Robert LeFevre or a collective that wants to remain anonymous? – J.Z.

PINE TREE, a quarterly from Rampart College, the complete set of 2 issues, Spring and Summer 1970, 74pp, 24x, in PP 176.

PINES, BURTON YALE, Back to Basics, N.Y., William Morrow, 349pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 344, in PP 1529-33.

PINGLE, REX E., Financing Privatization, 1986, 13pp, in PP 1,014.

PINKNEY, ROBIN DOUGLAS, Antitrust and its Raison d’Etre – Monopoly, 1964, 26pp, in PP 997.

PIOMBINI, GUGLIELMO, Who Fears Globalization? Governments, not Markets, are the true enemies of traditional communities, 1p, in PP 1535: 91.


PIPES, RICHARD, Why the Soviet Union Thinks It Could Fight and Win a Nuclear War, An American Assessment, 12pp, Quadrant, 36x, in PP 418-419, p1.

PIRATE RADIO, PP 12, 724, 771, 1019, 1043, 1105. See 9 contributions, 18pp, in PP 1,019. See: Broadcasting.


PIRIE, MADSEN, Dr., Privatization, The British Experience, OPTIONS, Sep. 1985, 16pp, in PP 923.

PIRIE, MADSEN, Progress in Economic Life, in: Trial and Error and the Idea of Progress, LaSalle, Illinois & London: Open Court, 1978, 123-156, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p486, headed: Progress in Economics.

PIRSIG, ROBERT, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, 1p review by TIBOR R. MACHAN, in PP 1367/68: 117.

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

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

PISANI, DONALD J., Conflict over Conservation: The Reclamation Service and the Tahoe Contract, THE WESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY 10, Apr. 79, 167-190, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p786, headed: The Reclamation Service’s Tahoe Fiasco.

PITT, A.R. (TONY), Will we live on Rice? 2pp, 1997, on threats to Australians, disarmed by their government, with a hint to the mass murder of Australian POWs by the Japanese Army, 81, in PP 1451. Perhaps by now many Japanese appreciate individual rights and liberties more than most Australians do? – J.Z.

PITT, A.R., The answer to the $ 64,000 question, leaflet, 2pp, received August 97: 121, in PP 1468.

PITT, A.R., The Anwers to the $ 64,000 question, & other news from “National Interest”, 2pp: 123, in PP 1502.

PITT, TONY, FREEDOM ADDRESSES IN AUSTRALIA, 1996, transcribed, selected and with some comments by John Zube, 12pp, 546. In the meantime, my updated Sep.97 directory of such addresses is out.

PITT, W.H. & ZUBE, John, a disagreement on Theodor Hertzka, 4pp, 48x, in PP 633.

PITT, W.H., Currency Debasement and the Academics, a 1 p. leaflet, Georgist, 29x, in PP 631.

PITT, W.H., Value – The Soul of Economics, 2pp leaflet, 24x in PP 301.

PITT, W.H., Value – the Soul of Economics, 2pp, 1974, in PP 1324: 124 & in PP 1325: 113. – I feel certain that economics does not have a soul, either, or even less so than humans have it, since it is only an abstract notion of humans. Do ghosts have ghosts? – J.Z.

PIVEN, FRANCES FOX & CLOWARD, RICHARD A., Regulating the Poor, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 104, in PP 1468.


PLAN, THE, A send-up on “how shit happens”, 1p, in PP 1400: 125.

PLANCHE, FERNAND, We Must Hold On, 1951, 3pp, 29x. in PP 542.

PLANETARY SOCIETY, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 679.



PLANNING, CENTRALIZED AND COERCIVE, PP 571, 696, 935, 1012, 1127/28.

PLANNING, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Planning vs. the Free Market, from THE FREEMAN, Dec. 62, 4pp, in PP 24.

PLANNING, See: LOUW, LEON M., Planned Chaos, 9pp: 16, in PP 1506/07.

PLANNING, See: LUBKIN, YALE JAY, Planning Ahead, 4pp: 170, in PP 1506/07.

PLANNING, See: YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM, Give me a planned economy, or give me death? 1p leaflet, 1976, in PP 1311: 113. Another: Stop 1985 in 1975: 122.

PLANNING: CREEL, GEORGE, A Study in Planned Futility, 4pp, in PP 1411/12: 301.

PLANT GROWTH ACCELLERATION METHODS, 6pp in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.

PLANT, CHRIS, The Na-Griamel Federation: New Country, Old Story, Pacific Perspective, VI/1, 1977, 9pp, in PP 958.

PLASTIC BULLETS, lethal, PP 1110. – Police weaponry should be supplemented or replaced by many others: Staining sprays, spread from paint guns, now used in games, nets cast, foam that slows down movement, fall-down gases (reducing blood pressure), glues that immobilize, perhaps super-glues attached to nets or multiple and fan-spread fishing lines, stenches that tend to disperse crowds, temporarily blinding lights, and temporarily deafening noises, euphoric drugs via gas or dust dispersal, anything to disperse or render harmless destructive and murderous mobs without severely injuring or killing their members. That last should be only a last resort. Many brainstorming efforts could lead to many better solutions for the control of wrongfully acting crowds. On the other hand, rightful protestors, wrongfully attacked by policemen, should also have non-deadly defensive means at their disposal, rather than sticks, stones and Molotov cocktails. – J.Z.

PLAYS WITH A LIBERTARIAN FLAVOUR: STEYSKAL, NEIL, The Libertarian Play’s the Thing, 1p survey of plays with a libertarian flavour, in PP 1382/85: 300.

PLEASANTS, MICHAEL, Anarchism, Freedom and Power, a 2pp review of an article by REICHERT, WILLIAM, same title, in ANARCHY, issue III, in GREEN REVOLUTION, in PP 1386/91: 77.

PLETCHER, DAVID M., Reciprocity and Latin America in the Early 1880’s: A Foretaste of Dollar Diplomacy, PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW 47, Feb. 78, 53-89, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p797, headed: U.S. Foreign Policy and Latin America.

PLIVIER, THEODOR, Anarchie, 1919, 3 S.: 98, in PP 1456.

PLUMB, J.H., Slavery, Race and the Poor, in: In the Light of History, N.Y., Dell Publishing, 1974, 102-113, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p413, headed: Slavery and the Poor.

PLUMB, O.T., A Decentralist’s Declaration, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 1060.

PLUMWOOD, VAL, Noam Chomsky and Liberation Politics, 10pp: 30, in PP 1481.

PLUMWOOD, VAL, Noam Chomsky: Compelling Revelations, 1p, in PP 473.


PLURALISM, See: TOBIN, RONALD D., Pluralism in Anarchism, 3pp: 32, in PP1466/67.

PLURALIST SOCIETY, THE, What Is Pluralism? Proposals for the Redistribution of Property in an Industrial Age, 1946, 24pp, with some critical remarks by J. Zube,2pp, 29x, in PP 539.

PLURALIST, THE, Sydney, A dissident quarterly, incomplete: Nos. 1 (Summer 1963) – 5 (August 1965) & 7 (June 69), 256pp: 1- 84, in PP 1471.


PLYMOUTH PIONEERS & PROPERTY RIGHTS, PP 1152/53 (Watner: Beyond the Reach of Authority).

POCKET SURVIVAL, Texas, Catalog of their offer, a few years back , 24pp, in PP 907-910.

POCOCK, J.G., Between Machiavelli and Hume: Gibbon as Civic Humanist and Philosophical Historian, in: Edward Gibbon and The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, ed. by G.W. Bowersock, John Clive and Stephen R. Grampon, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard UP, 77, pp 103-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p591, headed: Gibbon on Virtue, Property, and Militias.

POCOCK, J.G.A., Virtues, Rights, and Manners: A Model for Historians of Political Thought, POLITICAL THEORY 9, Aug. 81, 353-368, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1493, headed: Liberalism, Virtue, Rights & Manners.

PODHORETZ, NORMAN, The New Defenders of Capitalism, HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW 1, Mar/Apr 81, 96-106, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1486, headed: Neoconservatism and Capitalism.

POE, RICHARD, Free to Succeed, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1878.

POEE, Principia Discordia, or How I Found Goddess & What I Did to her when I Found her, 3rd. ed., not date, no author, 20 pp, in PP 1362/63: 176. In my opinion written by someone drug damaged. – J.Z.

POEMS, PP 80/82, 225, 244, 349, 385, 389, 392, 411, 490, 654, 743, 773 – 775, 811, 962, 1020. – Seeing my general aversion to poems – and to most prosaic statements – I am surprised that as many accumulated. But then my animosity against them does not go far enough to want to censor them out from where they do belong. – I even like some, e.g. by George Herwegh. – J.Z.,

POERTERFIELD, KAY MARIE, Harvesting Fruit From the Writer’s Grapevine, on information networks, 3pp, from WRITER’S DIGEST, June 84, 29x, in PP 928.

POHL, Frederic, Overkill, editorial from GALAXY, May 70, 4pp, 29x, in PP 687, also in PP 724.

POIROT, PAUL & COOLEY, OSCAR W., The Freedom to Move, FEE, 1951, 34pp, in PP 957.

POIROT, PAUL L., A Matter of Self-Responsibility, 5pp: 173, in PP 1529- 33.

POIROT, PAUL L., Cost-Plus Pricing, 3pp: 137, in PP 1529-33.

POIROT, PAUL L., Government Interventionism, 1p, 24x, in PP 3.

POIROT, PAUL L., He Gains Most Who Serves Best, 4pp: 213, in PP 1529-33. – Libertarians have not yet gained most by serving best! The “market” does not always reward innovators. But then, until an ideas archive and talent and innovator registry are finally established a free market FOR THEM does not yet exist. – J.Z.

POIROT, PAUL L., Inhumanity of the Minimum Wage, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 373.

POIROT, PAUL L., Market OR the Welfare State, The, THE FREEMAN, Oct. 73, 4pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, PAUL L., Money and the Market, THE FREEMAN, Aug. 69, 6pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, PAUL L., More than the Traffic Will Bear, 5pp, in PP 957.

POIROT, PAUL L., Mud Pies for Sale, 3pp: 184, in PP 1529-33.

POIROT, PAUL L., Mud Pies for Sale, THE FREEMAN, Dec. 74, pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, PAUL L., Problems the Free Market CAN’T solve, 6pp: 105,in PP 1529-33. – Or so he believes. – J.Z.

POIROT, PAUL L., Review, 1p, of: VELASCO, GUSTAVO R., Labor Legislation from an Economic Point of View, Indiana, Liberty Fund, 1973, 65pp: 175, in PP 1529-33.

POIROT, PAUL L., Sellers Beware, THE FREEMAN, April 72, 9pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, PAUL L., Social Inflation, THE FREEMAN, Nov. 72, 2pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, PAUL L., Social Security, FEE, 1954, 29pp, in PP 999.

POIROT, PAUL L., The Message of Depression, THE FREEMAN, Apr. 75, 4pp, in PP 804.

POIROT, Paul L., The Pension Idea, 1950, 51pp, 29x, in PP 630.

POIROT, PAUL L., The War on Poverty, 4pp: 12, in PP 1529-33.

POIROT, PAUL L., We Owe It To Ourselves, Cliches of Socialism, 1p, in PP 1132.

POIROT, PAUL L., What Is a Teacher Worth? 5pp letter, in PP 1418: 24.

POIROT, PAUL L., Why the Great Depression? Cliches of Socialism, FEE, 1p, in PP 1132.

POIROT, PAUL, A Federal Failure, 2pp, letter, in PP 1418: 49.

POKRANDT, KURT, Invitation to ISIL conference, 6pp, in PP 1376: 347. – I replied, pointing out how many fiche editions I could finance from the costs of such a trip and that those attending would, most likely, be either conservatives regarding their publishing and reading options or single-track minded committed to on-line electronic publishing only. ISIL still tries to ride the paper tigers of print & paper publishing and of conferences, instead of making e.g. publishing and conferencing easy, cheap and permanent via affordable alternative publishing options, like fiche, floppy disks, ZIP disks, text only CD-ROMs, etc., all vastly under-utilized by those supposedly loving all freedom opportunities and chances to promote liberty ideas. However, I would have liked the personal contacts and discussions possible at such events. Papers should rather be cheaply duplicated and read at leisure at home, before or after the event. A single subscriber to all my fiche could finance my trip to the coming up ISIL conference in ROME, as far as the stay is concerned and 2 could cover the flight and the stay. Otherwise, I would have to stop publishing LMP microfiche for months. Instead, ISIL appeals to me to help finance their expensive efforts. Well, at least they sent me some of their publications free in exchange, for inclusion in my LMP series. Many of the back issues of the movement appear to be lost. No one has as yet come forward with photocopies of the missing issues. I can offer LMP microfiche in exchange. But, the largest international directory ever, 180 pages, for freedom lovers, is currently prepared by ISIL & they did run an excellent bookshop in San Francisco and a world-wide book mailing service and have distributed millions of cheap leaflets. I still have to fiche the set I have. Like me, they are not in it for the money and do work hard, in their ways, for liberty. I do love their leaflets and their newsletter, FREEDOM NETWORK NEWS, and find them very informative & well written & radical in several ways.- PIOT, J.Z., 12.May 97.

POLAND, PP 1027. – By 1986 Poles could have already freely emigrated – if only they received job offers from the West. But few such offers were made, especially by libertarians and anarchists. At the Open Mind Festival, 86, near Cologne, the participants were more interested in hearing a Polish band than in discussing this incapacity to unwillingness. See under UNEMPLOYMENT. – J.Z.

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

POLAND, SOLIDARITY, See: BLOCK, WALTER, The Polish Union, Solidarity, 2pp: 80, in PP 1515.

POLANYIS, PRISCILLA, An End to Poverty, 11pp, 103, in PP 1450.

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

POLICE INTERVIEWS, Taped, at least since 1992. Short clipping on new practice, which German friends advocated since the fifties. – J.Z. In PP 1279, sheet 48.

POLICE STATE, PP 1052-61 (LA Legal Notes 6).

POLICE, PP 1132, 1165.

POLICE, PRIVATE, PP 182, 320, 697, 870, 1020, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 40 & 58), 1145,

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

POLICE, PRIVATE, See: TAME, CHRIS R., On the Side of the Angels: A View of Private Policing, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 40, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

POLICEMAN OF THE WORLD, See: HOWELL, CRAIG, Policeman of the World, 3pp: 418, in PP 1457/62. – Governments, which can’t even cope with crimes in their own capitals, try, nevertheless, to “police” the world. – J.Z.

POLICIES AND PRESCRIPTIONS, Current Directions in Health Policy, by Cotton M. Lindsay, Michael A. Walker, John Logan, John C. Goodman, Andrew S. Doman, J. Richardson, indexed, 1986, CIS, 211pp, 36x, in PP 721.


POLICY & WAR, On Clausewitz, PP 1 & 2.

POLICY ANALYSIS, Cato Institute, No. 2, Aug. 12, 1981, No. 8, April 15, 1982, Sep. 23, 1982, No. 24, May 26, 1983, No. 54, June 21, 1985, all dealing with monetary freedom, in PP 1186. When will it finally offer all its output cheaply and permanently, at least on microfiche?

POLICY ANALYSIS, Cato Institute, No. 60, of October 21, 1985, containing Prof. G.A. Selgin: The Case for Free Banking: Then and Now, 1985, 15pp, in PP 1,000. – In 1990 I asked their public relations officer about putting all their collection or at least all their peripheral publications, like leaflets and newsletters and occasional papers, permanently in print on microfiche. So far no response. I do like especially their Cato Journal, for its many monetary freedom articles. It is already microfilmed. Nevertheless I would like to include its monetary freedom articles in my monetary freedom series, towards the aim to make all such writings available, cheaply, permanently and fast enough by air mail, for most purposes, from one source. – J.Z.

POLICY REPORT, CIS, The Centre for Independent Studies, Feb. 85 – June 87, Vol. 1, No. 1 – Vol. 3, No. 3, 264pp, PP 757/758.

POLIN, RAYMOND, George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p340/41.

POLITICAL ACTION CAUCUS, 1p literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54.

POLITICAL ACTION, PP 166, 174 – 176, 1028/29, 1151,







POLITICAL NOTES, Libertarian Alliance, London, Nos. 3-20, 23-24, 26, 28-30, 42pp, 29x, in PP 696/697. See also PP 1051-62.


POLITICAL POSITION QUIZ, 20 questions and a chart, no date, author, source, 2pp, in PP 1089.

POLITICAL SPECTRUM, see Classification Systems.



POLITICAL THEORY, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Need for Political Theory, 12pp: 494, in PP 1529-33.

POLITICIANS, Auberon Herbert, A Politician in Sight of Heaven, in LIBERTY, Nos. 47ff, in PP 247-273.






POLITICS IN THE MARKET PLACE, 1012. If only it were merely “in” the market, trying to market itself to sovereign customers, it would not be so objectionable. Instead, it sets itself up, coercively, exclusively and territorially ABPVE the market, regulating, exploiting, oppressing and suppressing it, and thereby individuals, societies and peoples. Panarchies could well be defined as politics in the market place, subject to market disciplines. But I am certain that is not what Mr. Opitz meant here. – J.Z.




POLITICS, FUTILITY: FERRERA, FLIP, The Futility of Politics, 2p, in PP 1357: 52.

POLITICS, ITS TYRANNY, PP 411 & 418/19p48.

POLITICS, REVOLT AGAINST, PP 724. See Parties, Voting, Non-Voting, On Panarchy, Individual Secessionism.

POLITICS, See: BROWNFELD, ALLAN C., The False God of Politics, 4pp: 168, in PP 1529-33.

POLL TAX, 834, PP 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 49).

POLLACK, J.S., Gerichtstag der Erde, 4 S., Raubbau an Naturschaetzen, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 105. – Wenigstens an Mineralien geht uns nichts verloren – es sei denn wir schiessen sie, in Form von Raketen, ins Weltall. Aber dadurch machen wir uns auch allmaehlich die Mineralien des Weltalls zugaengig. – J.Z., 28.9.97.

POLLARD, H., Reconstruction of Henry George Teaching Economics as a Science, The, 1982, 7pp, 48x, in PP 626.

POLLARD, NETTIE, The Modern Pornography Debates, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.

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

POLLOCK, LANSING, The Freedom Principle, Buffalo, Prometheus Books, 1981, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1204 p1769, headed: The Principle of Freedom.

POLLS, DAVID, Human Rights and the Draft, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 320.

POLLUTION, PP 290, 369/70, 418/19p318, 925, 1052-61 (Flyer on RAY/GUZZO book), 1105, 1139, 1143.

POLLUTION, see O’Connor, Mac T., in PP 925.

POLLUTION, See: BEATTIE, ROGER, Licence to Pollute, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 218. – Rather: Liberty to sue polluters, e.g. in class actions before competitive courts. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

POLLUTION, See: CHACKSFIELD, ADAM, Polycentric Law vs. the Minimal State: The Case of Air Pollution, 93, 2pp , in PP 1334/35: 85.

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

POLLUTION: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Pollution. Waste material and its relation to property rights, 6pp, in PP 1445: 4.

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

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

POLLUTION: RUWART, MARY, Dr., The Pollution Solution, 6pp, in PP 1445: 52.

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

POLSBY, DANIEL D., Give Parents Control of the Schools, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

POLSBY, DANIEL D., Give Parents Control of the Schools, 1p: 81, in PP 1499.

POLYANYI, GEORGE & PRISCILLA, The Ailing Giants, 21pp, 10, in PP 1450.

POLYGAMY, defended as “A Woman’s Choice”, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 187.

PONTE, LOWELL, Freedom Is Her Forte, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.

PONTE, LOWELL, If you can’t lick ’em, dope ’em, 2pp, 1970, in PP 1287/89p597, on official drugging of school children, to keep them quiet and obedient. – Remember the “soma” of Orwell’s “1984”?

PONTE, LOWELL, Letter to THE INDIVIDUALIST, making 10 points, 1p: 322, in PP 1457/62.

PONTE, LOWELL, Meeting Marcuse, 1971, 1p: 106, in PP 1469.

PONTE, LOWELL, Methods in Madness, 1p, (Rest lost or misplaced in my Fsort programme application. J.Z. In ???

PONTE, LOWELL, Tax Tactics, 3pp, in PP 274.

PONTE, LOWELL, Tax Tactics, 3pp, in PP 274.

PONTE, LOWELL, The Uses of Tax, 1970, 1p: 97, in PP 1469.

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

POOJ, ELMO, Conan the Libertarian! 1p, in PP 1311: 11.

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

POOJ, FRED, Illuminatus : Entertaining & Thought Provoking, 1p, in PP 1311: 62.

POOL, ROBERT, How to Cut Local Taxes, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 432.

POOLE, DAVID, Ricardo Flores Magon u. die Mexikanische Revolution, 14 S., in PP 1155.

POOLE, P.E., Guru of the Right – but he is wrong! Who Is Crippling the Free Market? 2pp, on Hayek, from the Georgist point of view, in PP 1470.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatization: Shrinking the State, LI leaflet, 6pp, in PP 890. Libertarian International leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 723. – 6pp, in PP 1445: 33.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Defending a Free Society, only a 2pp review, by: RICHMAN, SHELDON: Uninformed, Simplistic, Ahistorical … Reason’s Attempt at Foreign Policy, in PP 279: 124. – In merely browsing through this book I did not find certain libertarian defence characteristics, that I am very interested in, at all, so I didn’t bother to read it. A libertarian has not necessarily libertarian ideas e.g. on defence, revolution and money. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Ending the Postal Service Monopoly, 1p, in PP 277/278: 199.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Free markets deter monopolies’ growth, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 289.

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

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Government Mass Transit and some Proven Voluntary Alternatives, 8pp: 157, in PP 1506/07.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., How to Cut Local Taxes, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 331.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., How to Revive a City, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 356.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Innovations Make Public Libraries Obsolete, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 390.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., It’s Time to End Utility Monopolies, 1986, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Neighbours Volunteer, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 402.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Police and Fire Budgets Can Be Cut Safely, 1p, in PP 1165.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Private “Feeways” an Answer to Full Freeways, 1990, 1p, in PP 1117.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Private Commuter Buses Save Tax Money, 1979, 1p, in PP 1165.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Private Fire Departments Work, Cost Less, 1p, in PP 1165.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatization: Providing Better Services with Lower Taxes, 6pp, in PP 1445: 30.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatize the Weather Service, 1/2 p, in PP 277/278: 215.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatizing Eastern Europe, 6pp, in PP 1445: 34.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatizing Parks and Recreation, 4pp: 208, in PP 1506/07.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Privatizing Public Services, 3pp, in PP 1,020.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Taxes, Taxis & “Fare” competition, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 426.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., The Politics of Privatization, 1986, 19pp, in PP 1,014.

POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Time Is on our Side, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.



POOR, HENRY V., MONEY AND ITS LAWS: Embracing a History of Monetary Theories and A History of the Currencies of the United States, 1877, 663pp, with 34 pp of contents listing, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 540/541.

POOR, HENRY V., THE MONEY QUESTION, 1898, 457pp, with free banking notes by Greenberg, Hartman, Hoffman, King, Pierre & J. Zube, Free Banking Series, 29x, PP 558.

POOR, PEGGY to ZUBE, JOHN, Jan 89 1pp, in PP 817.


POPOFSKY, LINDA S., Habeas Corpus and ‘Liberty of the Subject’: Legal Arguments for the Petition of Rights in the Parliament of 1628, THE HISTORIAN: A JOURNAL OF HISTORY, 41, Feb. 79, 257-274, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p687, headed: Liberty and Habeas Corpus.

POPP, EDWARD E., Dr., The Great Cookie Jar. Taking the Mysteries out of the Money System, 1978, 184pp, indexed, in PP 1360: 72. He defines basic terms alphabetically & proposes a degree of monetary freedom. Thus his other title: Money – Bona Fide or Non-Bona Fide, is also wanted for fiching, as well as the current address of the author, if he is still alive. All such titles tend to reach only a tiny fraction of their potential market and then go out of print, for many years or permanently, if not cheaply reproduced on affordable media. I would love to combine all the pro monetary freedom utterances of all authors alphabetically, in a single free banking handbook. – J.Z.

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

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

POPPER, KARL, See: LESTER, JAN CLIFFORD, Popper’s Epistemology vs. Popper’s Politics: A Libertarian Viewpoint, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 69.

POPPER, KARL, The Liberalism of, PP 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 9)

POPPER, KARL, The Open Society & Its Enemies, critique by ROY CHILDS, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 95.

POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, THE, Sketch of William Graham Sumner, 1889, 11pp, 29x, in PP 239.

POPULATION, SEE: BRANDT, KARL, Can Food Supply Keep Pace with Population Growth? 5pp: 23, in PP 1529-33.

POPULATION: BUBB, FRANK, The Great Population Miscarriage, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 118.


PORETTO, FRANCIS W. & JORGE AMADOR, Ron Paul Campaign – An Exchange, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p405.

PORNOGRAPHY, PP 384, 1027, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 39 & 71, LA Pamphlets 15 & 17), 1145, see Censorship, Obscenity.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: Editorial, 1st Amendment under Fire, 2pp, in PP 279: 13.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: BAD BROADSIDE: An Anarchist Defense of Pornography, No. 5, 1p, 81, in PP 1452.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: CAROL, AVEDON, Fake Science and Pornography, 93, 4pp, in PP1334 /35: 45.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: Editorial, 1st Amendment under Fire, 2pp, in PP 279.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: FREDERICK, DANNY, Defending Pornography, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 177.

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

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

PORNOGRAPHY, See: MELVILLE, ARABELLA & JOHNSON, COLIN, Pornography: The Thorn in all our Flesh, 2pp, in PP 493. – Who cares – about THAT “thorn”? – J.Z.

PORNOGRAPHY, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Why Outlawing Pornography Might Increase the Number of Sex Crimes, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 131.

PORNOGRAPHY: BRONS-PETERSEN, OTTO, Legalisation of Pornography and its effect on crime in Denmark, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 160.

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

PORNOGRAPHY: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Erotica or Pornography? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 276.

PORTER, DAVID J., Beware the Reregulation of America, 1990, 2pp, CAPITOL COMMENT, Citizens for a Sound Economy, in PP 1215.

PORTER, HAL, Revolution in Education to End All War, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 1051.

PORTER, MICHAEL G., Entrepreneurship versus State Enterprise, 1983, 16pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 711.

PORTER, MICHAEL G., Stabilisation, Regulation and Misplaced Entrepreneurship, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p104.

PORTER, MICHEAL G., Comments to Milton Friedman on Taxation and Inflation, 1981, CIS, 4pp, 29x, in PP 396-397.

PORTER, ROY, Reading History: The Enlightenment, HISTORY TODAY 33, Feb. 82, 51-52, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1662, headed: The Protean Enlightenment.

PORTER, TOM, Review of: AMSDEN, DIANEA, An Index to Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, 146pp: 1p: 10, in PP 1488.

PORTH, ARTHUR J., Economic Slavery Began in 1913, 1p, in PP 1247.


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

POSMA, BONNE, South Africa – Fascism or Freedom? 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

POSNER, RICHARD A., Blackstone and Bentham, THE JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS 19, Oct. 76, 569-606, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p499, headed: Blackstone vs. Bentham on Law.

POSNER, RICHARD A., The Ethical and Political Basis of the Efficiency Norm in Common Law Adjudication, HOFSTRA LAW REVIEW 8, Spring 80, 487-507, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1649, headed: Efficiency as a Common Law Norm.

POST OFFICE MONOPOLY, See: CARTER, TIM LEE, Dr., Solving the Mess in the Mails, 2pp: 313, in PP 1457/62.

POST OFFICE SERVICES, COMPETITIVE, PP 111/134, 176, 202, 308, 721, 727, 804, 914, 1000, 1007, 1019, 1139, 1103.

POST OFFICE: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, Private Postal Services, 1p, in PP 1351.

POST OFFICE: PETERSEN, DYANNE M., The Post Office as Censor, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 206.

POST OFFICE: PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War, 2pp against the postal monopoly, in PP 1432/1439: 918.

POST, LOUIS F., Ethics of Democracy, A Series of Optimistic Essays on the Natural Laws of Human Society, 2nd. ed., 1904, 374pp, indexed, Georgist, 29x, in PP 630.

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

POST, LOUIS F., The Basic Facts of Economics, A Common-Sense Primer for Advanced Students, 2nd. ed., 1928, Georgist, 103pp, 29x, in PP 631.

POST, LOUIS F., The Deportation Delirium of Nineteen-Twenty, 331pp, 1923, 29x, in PP 583.

POST, LOUIS F., The Open Shop and the Closed Shop, 1912, 31pp, in PP 959.

POST, LOUIS F., The Prophet of San Francisco, Personal Memories and Interpretations, 1927, 1930, indexed, 348pp, in PP 1259. A Georgist on George.

POST, LOUIS F., The Single Tax, An Explanation, with Colored Charts and Illustrative Notes, of the Land, Labor, and Fiscal Reform Advocated by Henry George, 1900, 102pp, with obituary clippings for Louis F. Post. In PP 1276.

POST, LOUS F., Social Service, 1910, 369pp, in PP 1310: 1- 52. – The title deterred me at first, because of its modern meaning, until I noticed that he meant “social service” in the economic, capitalistic and, alas, also Georgist sense. It may be classed as an economic primer. – I collect & try to fiche economic primers, hoping that this will help to finally find or produce the best possible one. – J.Z.

POST, PETE, Anarchist Communism or Death! 1992, Sydney, 12pp, in PP 1163. Oh, the “true believers”! By all means, give them or tolerate for them, exterritorial autonomy – but no more than that! I would also favour disarming them, until they are really cured of their preoccupation with occupying the property of others or expropriating them. – J.Z.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: ANONYMOUS, The New Economics on Display: Mail Destruction Proposed to Ease Chicago Postal Jam, 2pp: 25, in PP 1529-33.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: BARGER, MELVIN D., Private Mail Could be a Public Boon, 7pp: 109, in PP 1529- 33.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: BROWNE, HARRY & FRESNELL, ROCKFORD, Postmen Against the State, 3pp, reprinted from Innovator: 691, in PP 1457/62.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: MERCURY AIRFREIGHT INTERNATIONAL, Avenel, NJ, 1p circular on how to beat postal rates for air mailed magazine subscriptions, internationally, in PP 1245. – Other companies offer cheaper international call connections. At last some more competition! – J.Z.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: POOLE, ROBERT, Ending the Postal Service Monopoly, 1p, in PP 277/278: 199.

POSTAL MONOPOLY, See: SUMMERS, BRIAN, The Postal Monopoly, 5pp: 225, in PP 1529- 33.

POSTGATE, R.W., The Workers’ International, 1920, 125pp, indexed (sheets 57/58): 34-58, in PP 1522. – I would expect more from an international fraternization and association of soldiers and officers, who do not want to die in an ABC holocaust. Monetary and financial freedom could assure them other and better paying jobs. Under freedom there would be many policing and security jobs for them. As a rule they could get better paid and less risky jobs, because high-tech soldiers have to be rather intelligent, not just cannon fodder. There are also xyz risky sports and adventure options for those who are adventurous. – Sharing and organizing the popular prejudices which most workers hold, in an international organization will not advance their cause. – J.Z.

POSTPISCHIL, Eric, Bill of Rights Status Report, 1990, 11pp, in PP 961.

POT, JAN J., Land Tenure in Holland and the Progress of Georgist Ideas, 1982, 12pp, 48x, in PP 626.

POT, JAN J., Tax Shift or Lease Shift, 1979, 6pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Georgist)

POTAWATOMI COMMUNITY LAND TRUST, 4pp leaflet, n.d., in PP 1257.

POTTER, BEATRICE, The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain, 1891, 1899, 4th impression, indexed, ca. 262pp, in PP 1062. B.P. was later Mrs. Sidney Webb, 1858-1943.

POTTER, DAVID M., Freedom from Coercion, in: Freedom and its Limitations in American Life, ed. by Don E. Fehrenbacher, Stanford U.P., 76, 1-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p 293, headed: Equality and Social Coercion.

POTTER, THOMAS BAYLEY, Memorandum of the Committee of the Cobden Club to the International Labour Conference at Berlin, in March 1890, 2pp, 1890, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.

POTTER, WILLIAM J., The Two Traditions, Ecclesiastical and Scientific, from Tucker’s Radical Review, May 1877, 24pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.

POTTIER, EUGEN, Die Internationale, Gedicht, 1910, 2pp, 29x, in PP 349.

POTTS, DAVID, Gold: Back to the Bad Old Days, 2pp, 1987, 29x, in PP 731.

POULSON, BARRY W., The Constitutional Crisis: An Historical Perspective, 9pp: 582, in PP 1529-33.

POUND, EZRA LOOMIS, Monetary Views, reviewed by Robert Anton Wilson, in 1065.

POUND, EZRA LOOMIS, review of monetary views, see WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Ezra Loomis Pound, 2pp review of monetary views, in PP 1065.

POUND, EZRA, See: DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, Ezra Pound, RIP, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 21.

POURNELLE, JERRY, A Step Further Out, 1979/84, Some notes on, in PP 907/10.

POVERTY & CAPITALISM, PP 385. As Ayn Rand and many others have pointed out, Capitalism has actually been the only successful poverty fighter so far, with its successes growing corresponding to the degree of freedom in which voluntary and competitive capitalism could be practised. The mixed economy and monopoly system misnamed capitalistic consists essentially out of various degree of statist interventionism and does produce and prolong poverty. Nevertheless, capitalism, property, the profit system, the market, competition and private contracts have been blamed for the disastrous results of all coercive and monopolistic interventions with them. Some forms of voluntary socialism or self-management do optimize capitalism within enterprises. Our aim must be to expropriate the bureaucrats rather than any capitalists. For the bureaucrats make the poor and the rich poorer while the capitalists, when operating without any legal privileges, make both, the poor and the rich, richer. – J.Z.

POVERTY & EDUCATION, See: CARDIFF, CHRIS, Private Education Would Improve the Lot of the Poor, 1p, 249, in PP 1463/64.




POVERTY, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Casualties of the War on Poverty, 12pp: 498, in PP 1529-33.

POVERTY, See: BOAZ, DAVID, Libertarians and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 277/278: 149.

POVERTY, See: BOYSON, RHODES, Dr., Editor, Down with the Poor. An analysis of the failure of the “welfare state” and a plan to end poverty, 1971, Churchill Press Ltd., 144pp, 75, in PP 1450. The title was inspired by G.B. Shaw, 1928: “I hate the poor and look forward eagerly to their extermination!” – See: POLANYIS,

POVERTY, See: BUBB, FRANK, Public Housing and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 220.

POVERTY, See: CALDWELL, DON, Enriching the Masses, 3pp from FREEDOM MAGAZINE, in PP 1430/31: 233.

POVERTY, See: CLARK, ALICIA GARCIA, The Welfare State vs. the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1415.

POVERTY, See: CLITES, ROGER M., Creating Future Poor, 2pp: 491, in PP 1529-33.

POVERTY, See: CULLEN, BRENDON, Rich and Poor, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 452.

POVERTY, See: FARNSLEY, ARTHUR E., How to Help the Poor. Not Welfare, 1p, in PP 279: 121.

POVERTY, See: FEULNER, EDWIN, Reducing Poverty: Only the Private Sector Really Works, 1p: 40, in PP 1469.

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


POVERTY, See: POIROT, PAUL L., The War on Poverty, 4pp: 12, in PP 1529- 33.

POVERTY, See: PP 363, 385, 418/9p344, 534 (George), 624, 723, 897, 975, 995, 1013, 1020, 1103, 1105, 1117, 1143, 1146/7, see WAR ON POVERTY.

POVERTY, See: SHAW, JANE S., Helping the poor, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 246. From THE FREEMAN, Aug. 88. – Under full economic liberties most of the poor could cure their own poverty rather soon, through their own efforts. Naturally, freedom in the sphere of credits and insurance would be helpful, too. Charity would have only a minor role left to play. First step: End all poverty causing government monopolies, policies and laws. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

POVERTY, See: WILLIAM, JOHN K., Who Are the Poor? 1p, in PP 1430/31: 240. From THE FREEMAN, Feb. 88.

POVERTY, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Government vs. the Poor, 1985, 31pp, SIL Paper No. 4, in PP 975. SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., What about the Poor? 8pp, in PP 1,020.

POVILITIS, ANTHONY J., On Assigning Rights to Animals and Nature, ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS 2, Spring 80, 67-71, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1285, headed: Animal Rights.

POVO: Politische Offensive. Vertriebs-Organization, 48 S. 77, in PP 1473. – Koennen Gegner von Kapital, Maerkten, Profit, Zinsen, Vertragsfreiheit, Ungleichheit, Eigentum, Massen- production, Geldfreiheit, Freihandel usw. auf lange Sicht erfolgreich sein? Sie traeumen immer noch von Enteignungen und Besetzungen, statt ihre verbleibenden Marktmoeglichkeiten voll auszunutzen. Und ihre Gleichmacherei schreckt die Besten ab. Ideologische Prinzipien, Dogmen und Glaubenssaetze lassen sich nicht leicht an Andersglaeubige verkaufen. Einen Produktions- oder Dienstleistungsbetrieb zu schaffen oder zu erhalten, im freien Wettbewerb mit Millionen von anderen Betrieben in der Welt, ist schon schwierig genug, auch unter einem idealen genossenschaftlichen System. Man kann nicht zugleich mit diesem Betriebe auch noch xyz andere Ideale verfolgen und dann erwarten im Hauptgeschaeft erfolgreich zu sein. Nur wenige sind bereit die vergangenen Genossenschaftsversuche und ihre Literatur gruendlich zu studieren und aus ihren Fehlern zu lernen. J.Z., 19.5.98.

POWELL, ENOCH, Political Hysteria and the Destruction of Liberties, 1990, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 48, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

POWELL, ENOCH, The Drug Trafficking Act versus Natural Justice, 2pp, L.Z., 29x, in PP 864.

POWELL, J. ENOCH, 4 pp extract from his work A New Look at Medicine and Politics, made by Donald Quinlan, 1975, in PP 897.

POWELL, TIM, Getting at the Red Army, 2pp, in PP 698.

POWELL, TIM, How to Do Business with Mr. Gorbachev, 1989, 2pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 13, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Could one or should one do business with ANY head of State? – J.Z.)

POWELL, TIM, The Case Against Isolationism, A Reply to David Botsford, 1989, 4pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 14, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

POWELL, TIM, The Real Lessons of Vietnam, 2pp, in PP 698. – 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.

POWELL, TIM, Western Foreign Policy After the Cold War, 1991, 2pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 22, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – I doubt that foreign policies for whole countries should be continued. All problems with them can lastly be traced to territorialism and would disappear with it. Recognize all dissenters who aim at no more than doing their own things to themselves. Thereby you would dissolve most present and potential enemy regimes and make friends or achieve neutrals anywhere, rather than enemies. The monopoly for international decision-making, from trade deals to declarations of war and peace, ought to be broken, too. Let people and their volunteer groups decide – over the heads of their present rulers. THEY CAN come to a rightful, peaceful and permanent arrangement among themselves, given a decisive – for themselves – voice in the matter and freedom of action, based in individual sovereignty rather than the pretended self-government under coercively collectivized sovereignty. Territorial sovereignty stands for hot and cold wars and at most can achieve temporary armistices, with numerous injustices remaining on both sides. But by all means, let the present territorial States continue – but only for their volunteers, left after all their dissenters have seceded, i.e. with sufficient exterritorialist sovereignty exceptions. That non-violent treatment would deflate all their false pretences and wrongful powers and would tend to rehabilitate them, too, at least in the long run. See my On Panarchy series and PP 16-18 & 61-63. – J.Z.

POWELL, TIM, Worse than the Tsars, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 698.

POWER & PROGRESS, PP 239, 242.



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

POWER, CAN IT BE LIMITED? See: FISHER, MARTYN, Why Political Power Cannot Be Limited, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 163. – TERRITORIAL political power cannot be SUFFICIENTLY limited, IF HISTORY IS ANY GUIDE. – EXTERRITORIAL political power can be, e.g. by individual secessionism and ideal militias for the protection of individual rights, that is, by 3 still not popular libertarian “utopias” or “panaceas”. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

POWER, PP 162, 369, 414, 607, 723, 873, 1012/13.

POWER, See: HOWARD, JOHN A., The Moral Equivalent of Power, 8pp: 55, in PP 1529- 33.

POWER, See: SHEARMUR, JEREMY, Power and Politics, Review of: Power, edited by LUKES, STEVEN, N.Y., N.Y.U.P., 1986, 3pp: 151, in PP 1463/64.


PRACTICAL ANARCHY, No. 5, Summer 1992 & No. 6, Winter 1993, 42pp, in PP 1191.

PRACTICALITY, 309. See Experts, Ideas, Theory & Practice. Freedom is not impractical. It is just outlawed. It is the most practical thing. Impracticability of anything can only be proven under full freedom to try – at the own expense and risk. See On Panarchy.

PRADAS, J. GARCIA, Retour a Godwin, in PP 1099.

PRADAS, J. GARCIA, The Choice Before the Nations, 6pp, 1951, 29x, in PP 542.

PRAERIE FIRE, Chicago, I/1, n.d., 12pp,: 78, in PP 1499.

PRAGER, R.L., a 1924 booklist, 32pp, 24x, in PP 64-65.

PRASAD, DEVI, Gandhi on Violent Struggles, 1980, 12pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

PRASAD, RAYASAM V. Communal Politics in India, 2 PP, THE FREEMAN, 1/1990, in PP 1,051.

PRASSER, SCOTT, Policy Termination and Innovation: Making Leviathan Agile, 18pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.

PRATT, DALE L. & MOORE, CAROL, Commentary on Ron Paul – Pro, Con, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p259.


PRAXEOLOGY, See: CLOES, ROBERT M., The Praxeological Approach, 4pp: 621, in PP 1457/62.

PRAZAK, KENNETH, Air Rescue is not an either-or Proposition, 1988, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

PRAZAK, KENNETH, On Tolerance, 1988, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105. (Deals only with minor cases. Would the author be tolerant towards exterritorial autonomy for volunteers? – J.Z.)

PRAZAK, KENNETH, Review of: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Judgment Day, My Years with Ayn Rand, 1989: 1p: 84, in PP 1499.


PRECISION MISSILES, Missing by 600 m, clipping, in PP 478. – However as conservative columnist Henderson recently remarked, regarding the air raids against the Serbian Government, the result of air raids has changed considerably, from 90% misses to 90% hits. – J.Z., 18.6.99.

PREDOMINANT ISSUE, THE, according to W.G. Sumner, PP 424.

PREE, RICHARD, Data explosion shifts emphasis to storage, 88/89 clipping, page 514 in PP 907-910.

PREFORM / INFORM, 1.) Nos. 1-4, June 68 – March 69, 48 pp, 42x, in PP 680, 2.) A shortened and photo-reduced reprint issue of the same, 29x, with INNOVATOR, in PP 592-594, 3.) Nos. 1 & 5-12, June 68 – March 71, 42x, in PP 595.

PREFORM, October 1964, 3 papers in preparing the setting up of free societies: a) Introductory Summary to Government and Development Organizations, b) Association of Free Isles, c) Isle Development Corporation, 29pp, 42x, in PP 680.

PREJUDICES, PP 323, 370, 245, compare Encyclopedia of Refutations, CLICHES OF SOCIALISM,

PRENTICE, ARCHIBALD, History of the Anti-Corn-Law League, 2nd. edition, with a new introduction by W.H. Chaloner, in 2 volumes, 1853, 1968, 874pp, in PP 1148 & 1149.

PRENTICE, PERRY, The Trillion-Dollar Cost of Today’s Property Tax, 1979, 5pp, 36x, in PP 381. (Georgist)

PRESCRIPTION MONOPOLY: WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The Right to Prescribe for Yourself, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 625.

PRESENCE OF MIND, PP 199. How can you keep in mind what you never found in any freedom library accessible to you? GIGO. So far we have had only insufficiently informed anarchists and libertarians and, naturally, governmentalists. – J.Z.

PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTION, 1975 National Libertarian Party Convention, N.Y.C., Aug. 28 – Sep. 1, 1975, prospectus, with ads, 52pp, in PP 1274.


PRESLEY, SHARON & COOKE, ROBERT, The Right to Abortion, ALF leaflet, 6pp, 29x, in PP 384.

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

PRESLEY, SHARON, Critical Thinking About Censorship and Pornography, 2pp, in PP 1325: 84.

PRESLEY, SHARON, Libertarianism and Feminism, ALF leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 384.

PRESLEY, SHARON, To PC or Not to PC… is the Wrong Question, 1p on political correctness, pro and con, in PP 1325: 85.

PRESLEY, SHARON, Voltairine de Cleyre, ALF leaflet, 4pp, 29x, in PP 384.

PRESLEY, SHARON, Voltairine de Cleyre: A Woman against the State, 6pp: 133, in PP 501.

PRESLY, SHARON & KINSKY, LYNN, Government is Women’s Enemy, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 456.

PRESS, FREE, See: MERRILL, JOHN C., The Press and the People’s Right to Know, 3pp: 45, in PP 1529-33. – Some people want to know much more than the mass media of the “free press” are prepared to offer them. – J.Z.

PRESS, FREEDOM OF, PP 223, 907/10p522.

PRESTON, WILLIAM, American Liberty: A Post-Bicentennial Look at our Unfinished Agenda, THE CIVIL LIBERTIES REVIEW 4, May – June 1977, 38-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p184. Headed: Liberty in America.


PREUSS, ARTHUR, ed., The Fundamental Fallacy of Socialism, An exposure of the question of landownership, comprising an authentic account of the famous McGlynn Case, 1908, 190pp, in PP 790. (Criticism of H. George’s single tax ideas.)

PREVENTION, Protection against Radiation Hazards, extracts on Dr. Ott’s experiments with TVs, etc. 5pp, 24x, in PP 12.

PREYER, W.D. Die Arbeits- und Pachtgenossenschaften Italiens, 1913, 228 S., with a 3pp note by John Zube, in PP 846. See Cooperatives.

price and with that restriction, I may never acquire it. To get as many and more entries together, one might again have to go through the chore of searching x electronic data banks for them, as this author has done. – J.Z.

PRICE ANDERSON REPEAL, Campaign Underway, 1p, in PP 279, on repeal on government insurance for nuclear reactors.

PRICE COLLUSION, See: ARMENTANO, D.T., The Inherent Weakness of Price Collusion, 4pp: 118, in PP 1529-33.


PRICE CONTROL, PP 64-65 (CIS leaflet on their book), 290, 373 – 375, 396, 397, 418/19(pp208 & 262), 935, 1013, 1114, 1138, see: Bleiberg, Robert M., in PP 935.

PRICE CONTROL, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, How Should Prices Be Determined? 10pp: 36, in PP 1529-33.

PRICE CONTROL, See: REAM, ROGER, Price Ceilings Harm the Poor, 4pp: 308, in PP 1529-33.

PRICE CONTROL, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, A Gold Star for Jake,2pp, on price control of gasoline (petrol): 97, in PP 1515.

PRICE CONTROL: MISES, LUDWIG VON, Inflation and Price Control, 1970, FEE, first publ. in: THE COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CHRONICLE, Dec. 20, 1945, 12pp, here reprinted from: “Planning for Freedom, and other Addresses, 2nd. ed., 1962, Libertarian Press, in PP 1358.

PRICE CONTROLS, See: PAUL, JEFF, Nixon vs. Economic Reality, 1p, on price controls, in PP 276: 20.

PRICE CONTROLS, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Special Analysis of the Freeze: “The End of Economic Freedom, from LIBERTARIAN FORUM, III/8, Sep. 71, 5pp, in PP 276: 27.

PRICE RISES, PP 370, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 36).

PRICE SUPPORT SCHEMES: ROBERTS, LOIS, The Farm Problem: Part I, The Farmer on the Dole, 7pp; Part II, Controls, The Surplus Commodity, 11p, in PP 1376: 216 & 228.

PRICE, L. LOVELL, introduction to ESTEY, J.A., Revolutionary Syndicalism, 23pp, in PP 1143.

PRICES JUSTIFICATION TRIBUNAL, ABOLITION, PP 418/19p262. (The wrongs, errors and mentality of an institution, law or book, are often already revealed by its title, in spite of efforts at camouflage or propaganda. J.Z.)

PRICES, PP 1113,

PRICES, THE LAW OF, According to Lysander Spooner: A Demonstration of the Necessity for an Indefinite Increase of Money, PP 373/75. Spooner’s main monetary error. A competitively issued, free market rated, refusable, discountable, and well publicized private currency, cannot exceed, in quantity, at par value, the sum of the goods and services of the near future consumption and the short term debts that it represents. Any excess would be discounted or refused. And if clearing became universal, no money tokens could be issued at all, i.e. no one could be found to accept them. To the extent that free clearing becomes extended, all forms of cash transactions become reduced. Assuming only that the privilege of creditors to demand cash instead of non-cash settlement, becomes abolished. In the absence of an alphabetized handbook on monetary freedom options, all kinds of monetary errors remain popular and are even offered as ultimate wisdom. – J.Z.

PRICING, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, Market Prices vs. Communist Demands, 5pp: 371, in PP 1529-33.

PRIDEAUX, G.J., Industrial Democracy: Some Basic Issues, 6pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

PRIDEAUX, G.J., Organization Development: fads and futures, 5pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

PRIESTLEY, PETER, printer, Should We Ban the Bible? 1979, 9pp, 29x, in PP 616.

PRIETO, RUBEN G., The Indians, 10pp: 541. Some pages from other sources are appended.

PRIMERS, ECONOMIC, PP 219 (Belloc), 309 (Read), 390 (Maxwell), 356 & 411 (Sharpe), 631 (Post), 701 – 705 (Martineau), 775/77 (Say’s Catechism), 1004 (Miller), 1144, 1013, 1020 (Samuels), see writings by BENN, ERNEST J.P., HIRSCH, SUMNER, JEVONS, H.G. PEARCE. See also: Bettina Bien Greaves: Free Market Reader and Free Market Syllabus. I would like to acquire and get permission to film more economic primers that are mainly largely sound in their economics.

PRIMICH, FRANK J., M.D., What AMA has not done for me lately, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 423.

PRIMICH, FRANK J., M.D., What AMA has not done for me lately, MWN, Sept 4, 1978, 1p, in PP 891.


PRINCE PHILIP, The, H.R.H., The Duke of Edinburgh, The Next 22 Years, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p412.


PRINCE-SMITH, Lesestueck, 1860, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 29x, in PP 620.

PRINCESS TOUCH-TONE, If the Phone Company Ran Gas Stations, 4pp: 275, in PP 1506/07.

PRINCIPLE, Toronto, LP of Canada, ed. by Vince Miller, V/4: July-Aug. 78; V/5: Sep. 78 & V/6: Nov. 78, 31pp, in PP 1271.

PRINCIPLES, FIRST, PP 589/90. See AIR. A number of declarations of first principles are already “buried” temporarily in this series, not yet captured by cross references. I do seek declarations of first principles for a special anthology and depend upon you for many corrections and supplements to this listing. – J.Z.

PRINCIPLES, PP 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 59).

PRINCIPLES, Proposed New Statement of Principles, with Reasons for the Proposed Changes, 1p, from PRINCIPLE, LP of Canada, favouring voluntary governments and voluntary taxation, in PP 1271.

PRINCIPLES: SPENCER, HERBERT, Principles are Inflexible, 2pp, from Social Statics, in PP 1418: 14. – IF they are correct ones! And even then they do flex to adapt to other principles that are involved in a case. Otherwise, they would be so brittle that they would tend to break upon touch or first attempt to apply them. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

PRINZING, GERHARD, Dr., Die methodische Arzneidiagnose. Der Kunstgriff mit dem Fragebogen, 3 S., Gute Ideen, Medizin, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 71.

PRISCILLA, An End to Poverty, 11pp, 103, in PP 1450.

PRISON ETHICS, PP 201. (Herbert Spencer)

PRISONER, THE, And the Question of Identity, PP 864.

PRISONER, THE, MACGOOHAN’S, THE PRISONER, Review, Different Values, by Chris Tame, in PP 696.

PRISONERS OF WAR, Wrong and right treatment, PP 1161, 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, 428ff: S. 2101,

PRISONS, CAPITALIST vs. STATE SOCIALIST PRISONS: Private, self-supporting and profit making, capitalistic and self-managing gaols, which indemnify victims and rehabilitate and punish convicted criminals – by subjecting them to the discipline of a free market, as far as possible, and holding them responsible, individually and collectively, for all crime damage done, 1970, 27pp, in PP 13. Compare the suggestions on libertarian steps towards crime reduction in PP 15.

PRISONS, PRIVATE, PP 13, 15, 201, 1104, 1105,

PRISONS, PRIVATE: ECONOMIST, THE, Going Private, 2pp on private prisons, in PP 1430/31: 104.

PRISONS, PRIVATIZATION: WILLIAMS, WALTER, Privatization Key to Prison, 1p, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1837.

PRISONS, PRIVATIZED, See: LEURQUIN, TOM, Privatizing Prisons: Government’s monopoly finally deteriorating, 1p, in PP 493.


PRISONS, See: COX, CHARLES C. & MEINERS, ROGER E., Prisoners and Work, 1p: 39, in PP 1469. – Contains hints at some early profit-making prisons.

PRISONS, See: DARROW, CLARENCE, Address to the Prisoners in the Cook County Jail, 1902, 40pp: 1, in PP 1495. – I reproduced this booklet because of the reputation of the author, not because of his views on this subject. Here he certainly played up to his audience, although here his job did not force him to use any sophistry. It had, obviously, become a habit. – To all volunteer communities the legal, police, court, indemnification, deterrent, rehabilitation and penal system of their own choice – at their own risk and expense! – J.Z.

PRISONS, See: FOSTER, DAVE, Prison & Retribution. Market Alternatives, 1p: 82, in PP 1498.

PRISONS, See: WALKERM MICHAEL, Crime, Punishment & Public Prisons, 1p: 38, in PP 1515.

PRISONS, See: WRIGHT, PAUL, Slaves of the State, 1994, 4pp: 761, in PP 1484/85. – On prisons.

PRISONS: WATNER, CARL, From the Bowels of the Beast, 1983, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 39.


PRIVACY, RIGHT TO: PALMER, SCOTT, Do we Really Have a “Right to Privacy”?, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 178. – I would not concede it to bureaucrats and politicians, anyhow. – J.Z.

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

PRIVACY: Your PC can be listened to! Clipping from THE TIMES, A., 8.11.94. – Your phone can also be turned into a listening device, from a distance, without the earpiece being lifted. – Ulrich von Beckerath recommended: Write and talk always as if a secret policeman were looking over your shoulder. – J.Z.

PRIVATE COIN COLLECTOR, June 1983, sample, 2pp, 48x, in PP 739.


PRIVATE ENTERPRISE, PP 571. Pirates are engaged in private enterprise, too, but not in free enterprise. – J.Z.

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE, See: BARGER, MELVIN D., The losing Struggle to Save Private Enterprise, 7pp: 235, in PP 1529-33. – Piracy can be conducted as a “private” enterprise, too, and so can much of government “enterprises”, by those in power, for their own advantage. – Fully free enterprise, in all spheres not endangering the rights of others, is quite another matter. – J.Z.


PRIVATE PROTECTION, PP 320, 697, 1020.

PRIVATE ROADS, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, A Practical Proposal for Privatizing the Highways – and other “Natural Monopolies”, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 72, 2pp: 13, in PP 1487.







PRIVATIZATION, 4 articles in 4 pp, from Free Nation, supplement 1 on Privatization, in PP 1,013. See also International Conference on Privatization, 1986, 243pp, in PP 1,014.

PRIVATIZATION, Australian wealth comes to over 1 million per head, in PP 467p94. Compare PP 19c. – Most of it is in the hands of the bureaucracy. That calls for its expropriation in favour of citizens and or taxpayers. – J.Z.

PRIVATIZATION, PP 19C, 182, 643, 721, 723, 733, 923, 1013, 1014, 1020, 1028/29, 1052-61 (Invit. to conference only), 1103/4, 1117, 1145, 1165, see DENATIONALIZATION.

PRIVATIZATION, See: COOPER, S., A Fable about Privatization, 2pp: 774, in PP 1484/85.

PRIVATIZATION, See: REED, LAWRENCE W., Review, 1p, of: SAVAS, E.S., Privatizing the Public Sector: How to Shrink Government, Chatham House, J.J., 1983?, 164pp: 413.

PRIVATIZATION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize the Elephants? Really, You’re Kidding!, 1p: 59, in PP 1515; WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize Potash, 1p: 60, in PP 1515.

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

PRIVATIZATION: DAVIE, EUSTACE, Privatisation of Money, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 203. – After THAT privatization most of the others would soon follow, because next to exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities, it would contribute most to undermine the power of territorial states over our minds and bodies. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

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

PRIVATIZATION: POOLE, ROBERT, Jr., Privatization: Providing Better Services with Lower Taxes, 6pp, in PP 1445: 30. – POOLE, ROBERT, Jr., Privatization. Shrinking the State, 6pp, in PP 1445: 33. – POOLE, ROBERT, Jr., Privatizing Eastern Europe, 6pp, in PP 1445: 34.


PRO & CON, See: WHITE, M.I. & ASKEW, J.B. & SONNENSCHEIN, W.T.S. edition.


PROCTOR, PETER H., Hair-loss Patents, 4pp: 435, in PP 1293/95.

PROCTOR, RICK, Progress Party, introductory leaflet, 4pp, 24x, in PP 301.




PRODUCTIVE COOPERATIVES, See Cooperatives, Productive.




PRODUCTIVITY, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., A Question of Being Productive, 8pp: 331, in PP 1529-33.

PRODUKTIVGENOSSENSCHAFTEN, in der BRD, 1 S., in PP 1413/14: 53, mit Einzelheiten ueber verschiedene Genossenschaften: 53ff.

PROFIT SHARING, PP 359. See: G. SZMAK, Cooperatives, Productive.

PROFIT, PP 711, 984, 1052-61 (LA Libertarian Reprints 10),

PROFIT, See: ABBOTT, F.E., Profit the Basis of Property, 1p: 113, in PP 1481.

PROFIT, See: CONNOR, JOHN T., Profits Are for People, 1p, 76, in PP 1317: 131.


PROFITS, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, How “Obscene” Are Profits? 5pp: 445, in PP 1529- 33.

PROFITS, See: RUSSELL, CRAIG, The Morality of Profit, 3pp: 612,in PP 1529-33.

PROFITS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, The Infamous 100% Mark-up, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.

PROGRESS & POWER, PP 239, 242.

PROGRESS AND POVERTY CENTENNIAL, San Francisco, 1979, PRESENTATIONS, 123pp, listed separately, 36x, in PP 381-382.

PROGRESS PARTY NEWSLETTER, Australia, 12/1978, 3pp, 24x, in PP 48-49. More issues, but incomplete, 29x, in PP 515-522.

PROGRESS PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, 1989, new platform, apparently by Dr. Soper, 2pp, 29x, in PP 929.

PROGRESS PARTY OF AUSTRALIA: see entries under Workers Party.

PROGRESS PARTY OF NSW, Newsletter Dec. 89, 6pp, 29x, in PP 929.

PROGRESS PARTY, A Case for Tax Reform (Flat Rate Tax), leaflet only, 29x, in PP 611.

PROGRESS PARTY, Release, calling for the repeal of all laws prohibiting the use of marijuana by mature adults, 1p, 29x in PP 385.


PROGRESS, Melbourne, 4 sample issues of this Georgist journal, Aug.85-Nov.85, 48pp, 36x, in PP 636.

PROGRESS, Melbourne, March 78, notice: Libertarian Super Computer Proposed, 1p, in PP 907-910, page 285. – On PP 20/21, that led to LMP, for lack of response from computer fans and lack of suitable hardware in my financial reach. Recently this double issue was refilmed into one, PP20, with 1997 Australian Freedom Addresses added. – J.Z., 11.6.98.

PROGRESS, Nov. 78, note on LMP, in PP 907-910, page 285.

PROGRESS, PP 307, 733.


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

PROGRESSIVE INCOME TAX, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Progressive Income Tax, 12pp: 259, in PP 1529-33.

PROGRESSIVE REVIEW, Nov. 85, Alternatives to the Henry George Stamp? 1p, in PP 1411/12: 409.




PROHIBITION, See: DARROW, CLARENCE, Should the 18th Amendment Be Repealed? Yes, C.D., No, Clarence True Wilson, LBB No. 1596, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224. See also under DRUGS.


PROJECT CONFIDENCE program, some leaflets, 20pp: What Is Business? Who Profits from Coors Profits? People Do! Cream or Skimmed Milk? Plucking the Goose, Five Minutes Can Cost a Fortune! Project Confidence Presents The 10 Pillars of Economic Wisdom, Remember the Boy who Cried “Wolf”? You Cannot…., No Guts, No Glory! Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts, Inflation, in PP 984.



PROJECT TERRA LIBRAY, 2p:272, in PP 1293/95.

PROJECT, THE, A-Albionic Consulting and Research, Literature List, 4pp. In PP ??? – 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 857, 1p, 29x, in PP 859. They do announce a projected article on “Sovereign Individual or Cell in an Organ of a Social Power Organism? Is America’s Tradition of Individualism a Realistic Ideal or Futile Delusion?” I would be more interested in a leaflet or pamphlet on this topic than in all their other literature and discussions of conspiracy theories. J.Z.

PROJECT, THE, October 3, 1989, Update of A-albionic Consultancy and Research, 8pp, in PP 915.


PROJECTS, Six Phases of a Project, a leaflet, 1p, from Sir Speedy Printing Centers, in PP 469.


PROMETHEUS, Libertarian SF award, 37pp, in PP 1280.

PROMETHEUS, new titles, 1p, 29x, in PP 333.

PROMETHEUS, The Newsletter of the Libertarian Futurist Society, leaflet, 1983/84, 1p: 113, in PP 1522.


PROPAGANDA DER TAT, see BELL, R.E. (?), Die Propaganda der Tat, 63 S., ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 18/19, in PP 1155.



PROPERTY IN LAND, DEFENCE, PP 336, 1003. See Proprietary Community.

PROPERTY OPPOSED, not only for self but for others, in typically totalitarian fashion, even by “anarchists”, and “libertarian socialists”, who are primarily communists, PP 882. See: On Panarchy, Voluntarism, Militia, Human Rights, Defence.

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

PROPERTY RIGHTS, PP 14, 141 – 144, 157 – 160, 173, 243, 290, 301, 336, 386, 391, 425, 958, 589, 590, 610, 612, 958, 961, 962, 984, 995, 1004, 1088, 1105 (Thanksgiving), 1114, 1116, 1150, 1156/57, see Seizure Fever, Expropriation, Nationalization, Eminent Domain, Regulations, Human Rights.

PROPERTY RIGHTS, see: AHMAD, I. DEAN, PROPERTY RIGHTS, n.d., 6pp, from Michael Greene’s Supper Club papers, in PP 958.


PROPERTY, ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT, according to Letourneau, PP 563,



PROPERTY, See: ABBOTT, F.E., Profit the Basis of Property, 1p: 113, in PP 1481.

PROPERTY, See: ANDERSON, ROBERT G., Private Ownership, 1p: 555, in PP 1529- 33.

PROPERTY, See: DALTON, ERIC, Private Property & Collective Ownership, 15pp, in PP 984.

PROPERTY, See: PALMER, WILLIAM J., Prophets, Jurists and Property, 17pp: 41, in PP 1529-33.

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

PROPERTY, See: SHEPARD, ARTHUR C., THE RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY, 1951, 1952, 1954, FEE, 11pp, in PP 961. From a decision by this judge.

PROPERTY: ARMAND, E., Property, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 25.

PROPERTY: BLUMSOHN, GARY, Property Rights in a Free Market Economy, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 82 & 5pp: 95.

PROPERTY: BORSODI, RALPH, The Possessional Problem, edited and revised by Gordon Lameyer and Lydia Ratcliff, originally from his magnum opus: SEVENTEEN PROBLEMS OF MAN AND SOCIETY, 20pp, in PP 1386/91: 266.

PROPERTY: GWARTNEY, JAMES D & STROUP, RICHARD L., Communial vs. Private Property Rights, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 231.

PROPERTY: MANIS, ROD & ERNSBERGER, DON, Property in a Free Society, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 239.

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

PROPHECY OF ST. NILUS, a 5th century hermit, 1pp, LP NEWS, in PP 1382/85: 83.

PROPOSITION 13: JOHANNSEN, OSCAR B., Proposition 13. Right on Improvements, Wrong on Land Values, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 461.

PROPOSITION 13: WALTER, DAVID, Some Thoughts on Prop 13, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 245.



PROS & CONS, 1911-1912, A Guide to the Leading Controversies of the Day, by John Bertram Askew, 5th ed., largely re-written by W.T.S. Sonnenschein, indexed, 284pp, in PP 852. (Most questions are still unsettled today. – J.Z.)

PROS AND CONS, A Guide to the Controversies of the Day, 10th edition, revised and re-written by M.I. White, 1940, 213pp, indexed. (The 1st. ed., 1896, was by J.B. Askey.) 29x, in PP 404.




PROSPERITY, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Secret of American Prosperity, 1955, 5pp: 80, in PP 1480.

PROSPERITY, See: RUSSELL, DEAN, The Secrets of Swiss Prosperity, 10pp: 506, in PP 1529-33.


PROSTITUTION, PP 384, 373-375, 397, 697, 861, 925, 987, 1011, 1018, 1165, 1171,

PROSTITUTION, See: MACKENZIE, SARA, The Morality of Prostitution, 92, 4pp, in PP1334 /35: 41.

PROSTITUTION: CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution & Fantasy, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1381.

PROSTITUTION: CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 553. – CANNON, JOSEPH G., Prostitution & the Erotic Minorities, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 641.

PROSTITUTION: DANIELLE, Prostitution: Myths, Fantasies & some Facts, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 362.





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


PROTECTION REDUCES PRICES, PP 602. Well, it certainly has not reduced car prices or house prices. – J.Z.



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

PROTECTION, THROUGH GOVERNMENTS? PP 164, 165, 182, 484. They cannot even protect their leaders, are unwilling and unable to protect ordinary citizens and prosecute self-protection efforts. What governments do provide is something like 60 bodyguards for the mayor of Detroit! How many toes has he stepped on? I was told, but have no evidence, that police and fire protection services were refused for a slum area intended for a giant new development and was warned against going through that area at night, on my own. Only few houses were still standing and inhabited in it. – J.Z.



PROTECTIONISM, PP 1 & 2, 203, 237/38, 321, 368, 391, 411, 422, 426, 602, 612, 623, 625, 727, 739, 935, 962, 1063, 1073, 1101, 1132, 1133, see under FREE TRADE,

PROTECTIONISM, See: BECHARA, DENNIS, The Rising Protectionist Tide, 6pp, 1983: 423.

PROTECTIONISM, See: FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr., In the Name of Protection, 5pp: 579, in PP 1529- 33.

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

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

PROTECTIONISM, See: SFORZA-RODERICK, MICHELLE & SCOTT, NOVA & WEISBRO, MARK, Writing the Constitution of a Single Global Economy, n.d., 9pp: 115, in PP 1495. – By neo-protectionists against free trade, here named “global economy” or “globalism”. Without the artificial borders set up by territorial states, an economy, to stay economical, is always as global as is possible and useful. For the modern protectionists some governments are too much in favour of free trade and financial freedom, alas, only an economic freedom that is “regulated” by international “agreements” between governments rather than between producers, traders and their customers. To confine the economy via constitutions, laws, regulations, jurisdictions, international treaties to A household, A street, village, town, district, region, country, federation or continent, is simply wrong and absurd. ALL governments should simply leave it alone, completely. It does not require any government aid or restrictions but simply complete absence of territorial governmentalism. Then the economy would automatically be as centralized and as decentralized as is desirable in particular spheres. Unilateral renunciation of economic restrictions by the own side would be easier, quite practicable and ultimately help more to spread the introduction of fully free trade and full monetary and financial freedom everywhere than international treaties possibly could. – I do regret that many anarchists and libertarians seem to have fallen for such camouflage terms and “arguments”. – J.Z. – SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, Global deal to open up markets, Dec. 15, 1977, 2pp: 124, in PP 1495. – Alas, the “fat cats” are still involved, this time posing as “liberators” with their trade and financial “deal”. One thing they and the national “trade” ministers are not going to allow is secession by individuals and dissenting groups from their “tender care, concern & help”. – If we had “Free Trade for Free Traders” and “Protectionism for Protectionists”, then it would soon become obvious which group would be better off.- J.Z.

PROTECTIONISM, See: WEBER, KURT, Protectionism … , 1p, in PP 279: 84.

PROTECTIONISM, See: WOLKEN, LAWRENCE C., Protectionism Can’t Really Protect, 1p: 63, in PP 1469.


PROTECTIONISM: DILORENZO, THOMAS J., The Political Economy of Protectionism, THE FREEMAN, July 88, 5pp, in PP 1367/68: 233.

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

PROTECTIONISM: SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Protective Taxes and Wages, 3pp, from an esssay in the NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, Jan. 83, pp.270-276, in PP 1418: 40.


PROTECTIVE SERVICES, see: GALLAGHER, JAMES, The Case for Privatizing Protective Services, 4pp, in PP 1,020.


PROTEST, PERMANENT: ELLINGHAM, FRANCIS, Permanent Protest: Is It Anarchism? 7pp, in PP 1420/22: 61.

PROTESTERS, Freedom lovers between Parties, PP 1132.

PROTESTS, See: PATON, W.A., The Protesters, 9pp: 138, in PP 1529-33.

PROTOKOLL ANARCHISMUS – AG, Unsere Sackgasse: die Geldtheorie, 1p, in PP 906.

PROTOS, I/5 (March 70); II/5 (Feb. 71), 40pp: 92-121, in PP 1469.

PROTOS, Los Angeles, an independent student newspaper, incomplete: I/1, introductory issue, n.d., I/2 – I/4 (Dec. 69 – Jan. 70), II/3 & II/4 (Dec. 70 & Jan. 71), in PP 1112.

PROUDHON, J.P., See: RUEDIGER, HELMUT, Diskussionsbrief an einen Freund ueber J.P. Proudhon und den Syndikalismus, 31.3.1949, 20pp: 50, in PP 1455.

PROUDHON, J.P., See: TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zu ARTHUR MUELLBERGER: P.J. Proudhon, Leben und Werke, 5pp: 60, in PP 1455.

PROUDHON, P. J., Eigentum ist Diebstahl, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 3, 40 S., enthaelt: KROPOTKIN, PETER, PROUDHON, P.J., und seine Ideen, 4 S., aus: Die Entwicklung der anarchistischen Ideen; PROUDHON, P.J., Beweis der Hypothese Gottes durch das Eigentum, 11 S.; Revolutionaeres Programm (1848): Zirkulation und Tauschbank, 5 S.; Wesen und Bestimmung der Regierung, 6 S., Das Prinzip der Foederation, 1863, 5 S., in PP 1157.

PROUDHON, P. J., Kleiner politischer Katechismus, undatiert, im Anhang, 37 S.: 111, in PP 1478.

PROUDHON, P. J., See: KUEHNE, DIRK, Alternative Geldordnung: Proudhon und seine Tauschbank, 4 S.: 79, in PP 1456.

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

PROUDHON, P. J., See: PP 55, 281, 247 – 273 (S. ENGLAENDER, in LIBERTY,No.173f), 338, 906, 955, 969, 1157, see: SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, PP 568.

PROUDHON, P. J., The Malthusians, translated by Benjamin R. Tucker, 1848, 1884, here in 1938 Ishill edition, 16pp, in PP 957.

PROUDHON, P.J. & ARMAND, E., in Auswahl, 31 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

PROUDHON, P.J., Bekenntnisse Eines Revolutionaers (von 1848), 1849, 391 S., Uebersetzung von A. Runge, 1923 Ausgabe von Gottfried Salomon, mit einer 45 S. Einleitung von Salomon, 29x, in PP 421.

PROUDHON, P.J., Brief an Karl Marx, 17.5.1846, 1 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.

PROUDHON, P.J., Briefe ueber Kapital und Zins, herausgegeben von Arthur Muelberger, 1896. 29x, in PP 617.

PROUDHON, P.J., Die politische Befaehigung der Arbeiterklasse, 1865, 6 S. Auszug, 24x, in PP 283-285, 5pp, in PP 281.

PROUDHON, P.J., Du Principle Federatif, et de la necessite de reconstituer le parti de la revolution, nouvelle edition, 1868, 242pp, 24x, in PP 319.

PROUDHON, P.J., General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century, 1923, 1969, translated by John Beverley Robinson, 302pp, 24x, PP 216. – Reviewed by Robert Anton Wilson in PP 905.

PROUDHON, P.J., See: Characteristische Lesefruechte aus Piere Joseph Proudhons Werken und Briefen, 1908, 4 S., 29x, in PP 349.

PROUDHON, P.J., See: COHEN, HENRY, editor, Proudhon’s Solution of the Social Problem, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1927, 236pp, in PP 972. Contains an introduction by the editor, relevant extracts from Proudhon’s writings, Dana’s Proudhon and his Bank of the People and Greene’s Mutual Banking.

PROUDHON, P.J., See: Review by Paul Eltzbacher, 1900, 20pp, 24x, in PP 208.

PROUDHON, P.J., See: SALOMON, GOTTFRIED, Dr., Proudhon und der Sozialismus, 1920, 130pp, in PP 969.

PROUDHON, P.J., See: THEINERT, BENNO, P.J.Proudhon, Versuch einer Loesung des sozialen Problems. (Tauschbank), 1920, 43 S., in PP 969.

PROUDHON, P.J., Solution du Problem Social, 312pp, 29x, in PP 292. Contains: Solution du Probleme Social, Organisation du Credit et de la Circulation, Resume de la Question Sociale, Banque d’Echange, Banque du Peuple, 1868, with annotations by Ulrich von Beckerath, in German and English.

PROUDHON, P.J., System of Economic Contradictions or, the Philosophy of Misery, translated by Benjamin R. Tucker, 1877/78 and published in segments in his RADICAL REVIEW, pp, 76-107, 263-286, 479-522, 721-750, a total of 130 pages. – Since the original appeared 1846 in 2 volumes, this translation covers, apparently, only a fraction of the total work. For the full translation, at least of Vol. I, see below. – J.Z.

PROUDHON, P.J., System of Economical Contradictions, I, vol. Iv of The Works of P.J. Proudhon, 469pp, in PP 1079. Translated from the French by Benj. R. Tucker, Boston, 1888.

PROUDHON, P.J., Theorie de la Propriete, nouvelle edition, 1871, 246pp, 24x, in PP 301.

PROUDHON, P.J., Volksbank, Die, nach der Erstausgabe von 1849, mit Anm. vom Verlag MONTE VERITA, 52 S., 29x, in PP 732.

PROUDHON, See: DOOREN, WILLEM VAN, Gerechtigkeit als Harmonie by Proudhon, 1979, 2 S.: 50, in PP 1502.

PROVOS & KABOUTERS, See: DUYN, ROEL VAN & GREY FOX, Interview: The Dutch Kabouters, 8pp: 70, in PP 1500.

PROVOS & KABOUTERS, See: JONG, RUDOLF DE, Provos & Kabouters, Buffalo reprint, n.d., 19p: 117, in PP 1489.

PROVOS, see DUYN, ROEL VAN, Provo! Einleitung ins Provozierende Denken, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 30, 32 S., plus Nachwort von Jochen Schmueck, 5 S., in PP 1156. See also 412p364.

PROWSE, MICHAEL, Understanding the Libertarian Mind, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 90.

PROXMIRE, WILLIAM, Forecasts Are Worthless, 1p, in PP 277/278: 239.

PROXMIRE, WILLIAM, Forecasts Are Worthless, 1p, in PP 278.

PRUIT, A.R., A Rift between Friends in the War of Ideas, 1963, 14pp, 29x, in PP 487.

PRUIT, A.R., My Country ’twas of Thee, Pine Tree Press, 1965, 26pp, in PP 980.

PRUNIER, A., L’anarchiste pacifique, 6pp, on Godwin, in PP 1099.

PRYOR, NELSON A., Emergency? 1p, in PP 1404/06: 321.

PRYOR, NELSON A., The Shot Heard Round the World, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 154.

PRYOR, NELSON A., There’s Always Free Cheese in a Mousetrap, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 140.

PSI or ESP POWERS, Was Robert Heinlein Right in Stating that Mark Twain Knew how to Develop PSI or ESP Powers and Did Twain Put this Method on Record? When & Where? 1113.

PSYCHIATRY, PP 696, 1137, 1153

PSYCHIATRY, See: DAVIDSON, JAMES DALE, The Dangers of Psychiatry, 1p: 382, in PP 1457/62.

PSYCHIATRY: BERGER, PETER R., M.D., The Psychiatric Holocaust, 4pp: 43, part 2, 3pp: 53, in PP 1430/31. – From L.A., London.


PSYCHOLOGICAL NOTES, Nos. 10 & 11, 6pp, in PP 1281/82. No. 9 is still missing. An L.A. series.

PSYCHOLOGIE IM AMERIKANISCHEN WARENHAUS, 2 S., Verkaufskunst, Verkaufspsychologie, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 75. – Wenn Warenhaeuser und Ladengemeinschaften frei waeren, ihre eigenen Ladengutscheine als alternatives Geld auszugeben dann brauchten sie viel weniger Verkaufskuenste. Ihre Scheine wuerden unvermeidlich zu ihnen zurueckstroemen, fuer Einloesung in ihre Gueter und Dienste. – J.Z., 28.9.97.


PSYCHOLOGY OF ECONOMICS, PP 988. See Carl Menger, Subjective Value Theory, Incentives, Profit Motive, Self-Ownership, Human Rights.



PSYCHOLOGY, see LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, LA Psychological Notes, e.g. in PP 1052-61.

PSYCHOLOGY, See: MEEK, NIGEL, Racism, Collectivism and Social Psychology, 4pp, PSYCHOLOGICAL NOTES No. 12: 107, in PP 1516.

PSYCHOLOGY, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Contra Psychological “Liberation”, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 45.

PSYCHOLOGY: BREGGIN, PETER R, The psychology of freedom, 2pp, in PP 1382/85: 259.

PSYCHOLOGY: ROBINSON, JEFF, Who’s for Psychology? 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 181.

PSYCHOTHERAPIE UND MAGENLEIDEN, 1 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 57. Seitdem wurden e.g. Magengeschwuere als von Mikroben verursacht erkannt. – J.Z.


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


PUBLIC DEBT, PP 798 & 1158 (Paine), 1020, see DEBT CRISIS, BANCRUPTCY

PUBLIC DEBT: SHANKEN, PHYLLISS, Do Our Sons Have to Pay? 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 122. – If they do no longer consider themselves as tax slaves, why should they have to pay our investment in tax slaves: – See: REPUDIATION.

PUBLIC GOOD RATIONALE for the Welfare State: A Critique, PP 864(ELLIOTT),

PUBLIC HEALTH POLICIES, See: SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, Get drunk, eat bread, a very short clipping on the addition of vitamin B1 to bread, for the benefits of those suffering from WKS, the Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome, prevalent among alcoholics. In PP 1489. – Another instance of involuntary mass medication – not just of drinkers but of everyone. In this it is just like the fluoridation of the water supply. Next step: Cure those suffering from V.D. by putting the “medicine” into flour or water? Will they finally put medicines against EVERY disease into the foods and drinks of all, regardless of side effects of each, regardless of how much they would take with their varying good and drink intake, regardless of accumulating effects, regardless of chemical interactions, regardless of whether they are sick at all, regardless of consent? “Resist the beginnings!” – said already the ancient Romans. – PIOT, J.Z., 20. Dec. 1997.

PUBLIC HEALTH, See: GOODMAN, WILLIAM E., MD, View from the North. Canada’s Medical “Utopia”, 5pp: 82, in PP 1506/07. – In Australia the government is presently prepared to pay even a monetary reward to people insuring themselves privately. – J.Z. 5.6.98.

PUBLIC HOUSING: BUBB, FRANK, Public Housing and the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 220.



PUBLIC INTEREST, See: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., The Public Interest of Private Enterprise – and the Private Interest of Public Policy, 5pp: 164, in PP 1529- 33.

PUBLIC OPINION & TRUTH, The Difficulties of Enlightenment Efforts: Why Is it so Hard to Replace Public Opinion by Truths? 1977, 10pp, PP 20/21.

PUBLIC OWNERSHIP, Failures by 1914, PP 325.

PUBLIC POLICY, See: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., The Public Interest of Private Enterprise – and the Private Interest of Public Policy, 5pp: 164, in PP 1529- 33.

PUBLIC SECTOR GROWTH, PP 733. Anything that is tax-fed should not be described as growing, unless it is compared to a cancerous growth. JZ.




PUBLIC SERVICES, See: MON, STORMY, Public Services, 1p, from IMAGINE FREEDOM: 14, in PP 1465.

PUBLIC SERVICES, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Public Services under Laissez Faire, IV, The Telephone System & Fire Departments, 6pp: 15; VI: The Roads, 7pp: 51; VI: The Roads, continued, 5pp: 77, in PP 1457/62.


PUBLIC, Taxation of Land Values in Canada, 3pp, in PP 1265.


PUBLIC, Typical Objections to Land Value Taxation, 2pp, in PP 1265.

PUBLICATION NEWS, 2/23/96, 8pp: 197, in PP 1486.

PUBLISHING COOP OF WRITERS & READERS, 907/8. LMP tries to establish something like that. – J.Z.

PUBLISHING WIHOUT PERISHING, PP 1052-61 (LA Tactical Notes 2). I believe this is on the on-demand publishing policy of LA, that uses xeroxing for the limited number of copies needed at any particular time, mostly only of short articles and pamphlets. Jim Stumm operates similarly. So do most of the APAs, all too many at the expense of employers and without their consent. To me, the costs involved per page, also the labour and mailing costs, are prohibitive, when I compare them with my microfiche duplicate costs per page: down to 0.04 cents, with most of the filming and duplicating automated and letter rates for several fiched books still being bearable. But a regular and frequent Microfiche APA, termed MAPA by Vic Koman, and MULTILOG by James Koehnline, has still to be established. I have my hands to full with back log material: book titles and manuscripts, whole planned encyclopedias and many writing projects. And I do hate the labour and costs of multiple and regular mailings to a considerable mailing list. As a publisher I do not try to push but rather wait for the pull. – J.Z.

PUBLISHING, PP 707, 708, 907-910 (p519), see MICROFICHE, MICROFILM.

PUERTO RICO, See: BECHARA, DENNIS, The Development of Puerto Rico, 13pp: 334, in PP 1529-33.

PUGH, EVELYN L., John Stuart Mill, Harriet Taylor, and Women’s Rights in America 1850-1873, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY 13, Dec. 78, 423-442, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p902, headed: J.S. Mill, Harriet Taylor, & Women.

PUGH, GEORGE EDGIN, Values and Personal Decisions, ch. 15 in: The Biological Origin of Human VAlues, N.Y., Basic Books, 1977, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p608, headed: Natural Values and Individual Decisions.

PUGSLEY, Cornelius A., Emergency Circulation, 1902, 6pp, in PP 745.

PUGSLEY, JOHN, Blood Money. How you Can Achieve Higher Returns and Avoid Financing your own Robbery and Murder, 2pp, extract from JOHN PUGSLEY’S JOURNAL, in PP 1336 – 39: 192.

PUGSLEY, JOHN, How Should We Kill the Maidens? 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 71.

PUNISHMENT & CRIME: CHAVEZ, LINDA, Surprise: Punishment actually cuts crime, 1p, USA Today, Vol. 14, No. 96, in PP 1367/68: 246.

PUNISHMENT, PP 538, 679, 1170,

PUNISHMENT, See: WALKERM MICHAEL, Crime, Punishment & Public Prisons, 1p: 38, in PP 1515.

PUNZO, VINCENT C., The Modern State and the Search for Community: The Anarchist Critique of Peter Kropotkin, INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY, USA, 16, 1976, 3-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p69. Headed: Community vs. State.

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


PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Alternatives to the State: The Structural Components of Anarchist Federation, 18pp, 1989, 29x, in PP 873.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchism & Ecology: The Historical Relationship, 1993, 30pp, in PP 1229.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchism & Environmental Survival, 1994, 156pp, in PP 1229.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchist Landscapes. Peter Kropotkin’s Concept of Communal Inter-Federation, 36pp, undated, probably 1988/89, 29x, in PP 921.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchist Organisation: Suggestions & Possibilities, 1991, 32pp, in PP 1229. – Unfortunately, the voluntary and exterritorial autonomy options for anarchist and other communities are not explored here. – J.Z.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchist Society & its Practical Realization, S.F., 1990, review by EUGENIA LOVELACE, 1p: 711, in PP 1484/85.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchist Society & its Practical Realization, 1990, 16pp, in PP 1254, review, 1p, by D. Rooum, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Anarchy, 3pp, 29x, in PP 921.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Australian Anarchist Review, 1992, 58pp, in PP 1256.

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

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Book Reviews and one Theoretical Article from REBEL WORKER, July 1989 – November 1989, 18pp, 29x, in PP 921.

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

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Kropotkin’s Metaphysics of Nature, 19pp, June 89, 29x, in PP 873.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, My Journey with Aristotle to the Anarchist Utopia, 1994, 128pp, in PP 1229.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Rednecks and Redwoods. An Analysis of Judi Bari’s Timber Wars, 95, 4pp, in PP 1233.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review of: GRECO, THOMAS H., New Money for Healthy Communities, 1994, 4pp, in PP 1233 & 1240.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 1p, of: Anonymous Australian Anarchists, You Can’t Blow Up a Social Relationship, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 1p, of: Billboard Liberation Front & Friends, The Art & Science of Billboard Improvement, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 1p, of: JOAN GOMEZ CASAS, Anarchist Organisation: The History of the Iberian Anarchist Federation, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 1p, of: SOUCHY, PEIRATS, BOLLOTEN & GOLDMAN, The May Days : Barcelona 1937, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of GILLILAND, M., The Free, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: DONALD ROOUM, Wild-Cat ABC of Bosses, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: JOSEPH PATTERSON, Confessions of a Drone, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: KERR, The Memoirs of Irving S. Abrams, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: LEO BAXENDALE, The Encroachment, Part 1, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: LUIGI FABBRI, Bourgeois Influences on Anarchism, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: MURRAY BOOKCHIN, Remaking Society, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: RAISE THE STAKES, No. 17, Winter 1991, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 2pp, of: WILLIAM R. MCKERCHER, Freedom and Authority, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, ECCARIUS, J.G., The Last Days of Christ the Vampire, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of 1.) FIFTH ESTATE, No. 336, Spring 1991 & 2.) Workers Solidarity Alliance, IDEAS & ACTION, No. 14, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of Elisee Reclus: Anarchist, Geographer & Ecologist, discussing his life and Marie Fleming: The Geography of Freedom: The Odyssey of Elisee Reclus, as well as of Gary Dunbar: Elisee Reclus: Historian of Nature, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of: CHAZ BUFE, editor, The Heretic’s Handbook of Quotations, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of: MURRAY BOOKCHIN, The Philosophy of Social Ecology, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of: PETER MARSHALL, William Blake: Visionary Anarchist, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 3pp, of: VOLTAIRINE DE CLEYRE, Anarchism & American Traditions, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 4pp, of Sam Dolgoff, Fragments: A Memoir of Personal Recollections, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 4pp, of: DAVID GORDON, editor, Green Cities, in PP 1256.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Review, 4pp, of: New Money for Healthy Communities, by Thomas H. Greco, in PP 471/472p173.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, Social Ecology, Anarchism & Trades Unionism, a revision of three book reviews published in REBEL WORKER between 1989 and 1991, 1992, 12pp, in PP 1254.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, The Anarchist Case Against an Australian Green Party, n.d., 94?, 10pp, in PP 1254.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, The New Anarchy, a Mayday 94 talk, 7pp, in PP 1254.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, The Taxonomic Classification of the Major Structural Components of Anarchist Inter-Federation, 24pp, 1988 or 89? 29x, in PP 921.

PURCHASE, GRAHAM, with PAUL NURSEY-BRAY, JIM JOSE, & ROBYN WILLIAMS, A Select Bibliography of Anarchist Thought, annotated, Dec. 88, 178pp. A second edition was planned for Dec. 89. I do not have it as yet. 29x, in PP 873.



PURITANISM: WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The New Puritanism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 204.


PUTNEY DEBATES 98, Sep.-Dec., 1p: 24; 1p, Jan.-Dec. 98: 26, in P 1516.

PUYDT, P.E. de -, PANARCHY, from “Revue Trimestrielle”, Brussels, 1860, 11pp, 36x, in PP 61-63, 21pp, translated by Adrian Falk, 24x, in PP 4. 11pp, 24x, in PP 16-18.

PUYDT, P.E. DE, PANARCHIE, in deutsch, aus der REVUE TRIMESTRIELLE, Brussels, 1860, in PP 399-401. (1959 konnte ich in der koeniglichen Bibliothek in Bruessel noch persoenlich eine Photokopie des franzoesischen Originals erhalten. Jetzt ist diese Moeglichkeit, nach Angabe eines Freundes in Bruessel, bibliothekarisch verbaut worden. Die franzoesische Kopie ist mir leider abhanden gekommen und ich habe sie noch nicht ersetzen u. daher nicht verfilmen koennen. Ich erhalte mehr und mehr die Ueberzeugung, dass viele Bibliotheken oder Bibliothekare oft versuchen die Oeffentlichkeit von ihren Schaetzen fernzuhalten, ohne sie gleichzeitig in Photokopien or Mikrofilm anzubieten. Ausreden haben sie natuerlich genug. Wem fehlen die je? – J.Z., 2/88.)

PUYDT, P.E. DE, PANARCHY, July 1860 article, in an English translation that was somewhat revised by David Taylor, in 1989, and even put on an electronic bulletin board. 13pp, 29x, in PP 873. (Which libertarian bulletin boards are open to libertarian input, on floppies, 3 1/2 or 5 1/4 “, Microsoft, sent by mail? What are their conditions? I am thinking of essays that I have on computer files and of literature lists like these. J.Z.)

PUYDT, P.E. DE, Panarchy, July 1860, April 1998 version of English translation, 12pp in PP 1540: 57 – 68.

PYAT, FELIX, The Rag Pickers o Paris, in LIBERTY, Nos. 120ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.

PYROTECHNICS 46, The Now & Then Newsletter of General Technics, 10pp, from Aurora, Ill., only sample on hand, in PP 1151. – Contains some information on micrographics and a 1p review by Barry Gehm of Robert Heinlein, Grumbles from the Grave.

PYRRHO, contributions in TC 101, of 24 Jan. 82, on panarchism, with comments by J. Zube, 13 July 89, part of 14pp, 29x, in PP 869

PYRRHO, in TC, No. 106, of 12 Sep. 82, note, with reply by John Zube, 1p, in PP 907-910. On fiching.

PYRRHO, notes in TC 105, with panarchistic comments by J. Zube, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 869.

PYRRHO, notes on panarchism in TC 106, commented on by J. Zube in TC 108, part of 7pp, 29x, in PP 870.

PYRRHO, notes on panarchism in TC 106, of 12 Sep. 82, with some comments by John Zube, 25 July 89, part of 5pp, 29x, in PP 870.

PYRRHO, notes on panarchism in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, with some comments by JZ, 25 July 89, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 870.

PYRRHO, notes on Panarchism, in TC 105, pp 41 & 44, with some comments by J. Zube, July 89, 2pp, 29x, in PP 869.

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

PYRRHO, notes on panarchism, in TC No. 99, of 2 Nov. 81, with comments by J. Zube in July 89, part of 4pp, 29x, in PP 869.

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

PYRRHO, panarchistic notes from TC 94 – 98, with comments by J. Zube, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 869.





QUADRANT, Sydney, ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, 1954-1982, selected by John Zube, 425pp, 36x, in PP 418-419. (In Australia “Quadrant” is well known as a general literary, anti-communist and free enterprise and free market journal – but hardly overseas. Thus I made this selection. J.Z.)

QUAKERS, PP 1161 (Paine). See: HENDERSON, LOUIS K., The Story of the Shakers. The Facts about the Most Fantastic Church in America, 1945, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219.

QUALITY EDUCATION, Inc., 2pp from John Harlee, in PP 1170.


QUANTITY THEORY, PP 905, 969. It applies, in its influence upon prices, only to legal tender money and goods and services priced out in it, not e.g. to “ticket money” or to “money” of the game “Monopoly”. The self-limiting factors under monetary freedom would prevent the supposedly universally applicable “Quantity Theory” from operating, in most cases. Money could no longer be forced into circulation, nor could sellers of goods and services be forced to price their offers out in depreciating, forced and exclusive currency. J.Z.


QUARTERLY REVIEW OF DOUBLESPEAK, Committee on Public Doublespeak, Urbana, IL, XII/1, October 85, 12pp, only sample on hand, in PP 1137.


QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE ASSOCIATION. Some leaflets and pamphlets obtained from them in 1997, 36pp, in PP 1428/29: 358.

QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE, Common Myths & the Crisis Pregnancy, 6pp, in PP 1428/29: 388.

QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE, Decriminalising Abortion v Human Life. The Natural Choice… Is Life!, 2pp, in PP 1428/29: 390.

QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE, Diary of the first 9 months, 2pp, in PP 1428/29: 392. See also sheet 417. Against abortion.

QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE, Set of leaflets against abortion, obtained from them in 1997, 31 sheets, in PP 1426: 93.

QUEENSLAND RIGHT TO LIFE, Vol 23/3, Sep. 95 & 25/1, March 97, in PP 1426.

QUEL, JOHN L., ed. of FREE PHILOSOPHER QUARTERLY, to ZUBE, JOHN, 15 Oct. 83, with reply, 22.2.84, 1p, in PP 907-910.

QUEL, JOHN L., Inhuman Action: The State as a Market, Part I, 2pp: 31. Part II, 5pp: 51. Part III, 10pp: 68. Part IV, 12pp: 88; Part V, 17pp: 105, in PP 1479.

QUEL, JOHN L., On Libertarianism, 4pp: 7, in PP 1479.

QUESNAY, Agricole – Avis de l’editeur, in PP 1352/54: 80.

QUESNAY, Analyse Du Tableau Economique, in PP 1352/54: 57.

QUESNAY, Articles extraits de l’Encyclopedie: 1. Fermiers, 2. Grains, in PP 1352/54: 219 & 252.

QUESNAY, Dialogues sur le Commerce et sur les Travaux des Artisans. – Avis de l’editeur, in PP 1352/54: 142.

QUESNAY, Du Commerce. – Premier dialogue entre M.H. et M.N., in PP 1352/54: 145.

QUESNAY, FRANCOIS, Allgemeine Grundsaetze der wirtschaflichen Regierung eines ackerbautreibenden Reiches, aus dem franzoesischen Original der Ausgabe A. Oncken’s, ins Deutsche uebertragen von Valentine Dorn u. eingeleitet von Prof. Dr. Heinrich Waentig, Jena, 1921, 117 S., in PP 1,094. See also 1078. (I have a number of English editions, too. Alas, they are all copyrighted via recent scholarly translations or additions. For how many decades to centuries will classical texts thus remain more or less monopolized? J.Z.)

QUESNAY, Le Droit Naturel, in PP 1352/54: 41.

QUESNAY, Maximes Generales Du Gouvernement Economique D’un Royaume, in PP 1352/54.

QUESNAY, Probleme Economique. – Avis de l’editeur, in PP 1352/54: 103.

QUESNAY, Second Probleme Economique – Avis de l’editeur, in PP 1352/54: 125.

QUESNAY, Sur les Travaux des Artisans. – Second dialogue, in PP 1352/54: 185.

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

QUEST, Seattle, Journal of the International Society of Free Space Colonizers, I/9, 10/75, 20pp: 145, in PP 1478.

QUESTIONAIRE : Are You A Libertarian? A short questionaire and classification scheme, 2pp, by Advocates of Self-Government, in PP 1,036. (I collect such questionaires and classification schemes, with special fiche issues in mind. J.Z.)


QUESTIONAIRE on civil liberties, 1p, in PP 1,043.


QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, Index, Cumulative, to Volumes 1-25, of: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, by E. Haldeman-Julius, compiled by Florence Eipper Stout & Paul R. Stout, n.d., 118pp, in PP 1206.

QUESTIONS: WIENER, DANIEL, Sounding Board. On a planned book: Concise Libertarian Answers to Tough Questions, 3pp, in PP 1445: 105. – Compare my SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY and the projected ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE BEST REFUTATIONS. – J.Z.

QUIGLEY, CARROLL, Public Authority and the State, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 210.

QUIGLEY, CARROLL, The World since 1939, review by JOHN HOSPERS, 3pp: 54, in PP 1468.

QUIJANO, ALONSO, Revolution of the Bourgeoisie, from “Fragments”, July 1966, on 4 basic rights, favours monetary freedom, 48x, in PP 589/590.

QUINCEY, THOMAS DE, On Murder as one of the Fine Arts, I: 1827, II: 1839, 64pp, LBB No. 1659, in PP 1209.

QUINLAN, DONALD, M.D., The Assumptions Behind Political Medicine Are False! 1975, 24pp, with an extract from a work by J. Enoch Powell, 4pp, in PP 897.

QUINN, DOUG, see CANADIAN CRYONICS NEWS, Nos. 1-14, January 1988 – July 1991, 203pp, in PP 982.

QUINN, DOUGLAS, Combining Liquid Nitrogen Suspension with PCI, 1p:163, in PP 1292.

QUOTATIONS FOR LIBERTY, See: Slogans for Liberty & Sentient Quote List & Conservative Quotations.

QUOTATIONS ON LIBERTY, see e.g. LACONICS OF LIBERTY, compiled by Sprading, PP 220/21, L.E. Read, An ABC of Freedom, Slogans for Liberty, Spencer, Sumner. See FREE MAN’S ALMANACH, The Forgotten Man’s Almanac (1093). Firstly, I would like a complete list of all such handbooks. Secondly, I would like all of them to be made available on microfilm. Thirdly, I would like these compilations scanned and integrated into a single collection, to be made available on fiche and disks. Then I would like a scanning and search of the ca. 15000 different books of quotations, for truthful ones on liberty and related subjects, to be finally added to the encyclopedia of Slogans for Liberty. Only then would we have all this proverbial wisdom sufficiently mobilized. To this ought to be added encyclopedias of definitions and of the best refutations so far found or myths, errors and prejudices that remain obstacles to progress. (Towards the latter, I do also collect A – Z handbooks.) I collected towards the quotations project e.g.: Peter’s Quotations, Seldes, The Great Quotations, Mencken’s book of quotations, Timko’s Libertarian Cartoons & Assorted Quotations, vol. I, Bachman’s Book of Freedom Quotations, Bierce, The Enlarged Devil’s Dictionary, Berman’s Quotations from the Anarchists, Bufe’s The Heretic’s Handbook of Quotations, Rollins’ Lucifer’s Lexicon, intend to buy from LFB at least: Scasz: The Untamed Tongue – A dissenting dictionary & Winokur, The Portable Curmudgeon. I possess among others: Dagobert D. Runes: a) Dictionary of Thought, b) Handbook of Reason, c) Treasury of Thought, d) A Book of Contemplation. I filmed my own ABC Against Nuclear War (in pp 16-18), Read’s ABC of Freedom, Percy Greaves’ Mises Made Easier, and am always on the lookout for more such handbooks. Anyone ready to swap for some of my fiche? My own compilation, Slogans for Liberty, may come to ca. 20 fiche. So far only vol. I – IV are out, covering A to part of D, with a total of 840 pp. The rest – when I get around to do the keyboarding. – I wish libertarians would at last apply division of labour to such projects. See: SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY. – J.Z.

QUOTATIONS, Benjamin R. Tucker’s favourites, usually 2 a page, in his 128pp literature catalog, in PP 960.