R., P., Pablo Iglesias und die Anarchisten, 1908, 4 S., 29x, in PP 349.

R.B., Spanish Chronicle, 2pp: 26, in PP 1488.

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

RAASCH, ROLF, Neoanarchismus und Geschichtslosigkeit, 9 S, in PP 1408: 72.

RABELAIS, FRANCOIS, See: ANONYMOUS, Francois Rabelais, 1494-1553, Priester u. Poet – Arzt u. Anarchist, 4 S.: 45, in PP 1477.

RABUAZZO, SALVO, A Critique of Gramsci’s Organic Intellectual, 9pp, 36x, in PP 412, p376.

RACEY, DICK, Grow Your Own Dollars, 2pp from NEW INTERNATIONALIST, May 87, 29x, in PP 905.

RACEY, R.A., 1.) An Idea for the Times: The Function of Money, extract only, 2pp, 2.) to KINNEY, Mark, 16 Dec. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.



RACISM, PP 290, 412p17, 925, 1052-61 (LA Educ. Notes 2, LA Political Notes 46), 1100, 1137, 1163,

RACISM, REVERSE: MACHENRY, ALISTAIR, Masochism at Hyde Park, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 242. – Racism seems to be tolerated there IF it is directed against “white” people. – By the way, I have never met any alive person who was truly or nearly “white” and even the darkest Negroes are not really black or close to black on some parts of their bodies. – The very terms used by racists and anti-racists are deceptive. – J.Z.

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

RACISM, see WATSON, LEN, From the Very Depth… A Black View of White Racism, 6pp, n.d., in PP 1100. Contains, as usual, no clear idea of the voluntarist alternative of exterritorial autonomy for all kinds of colours of skin and also for non-racist communities. – J.Z.

RACISM, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The State Against Blacks, Review, 3pp, of: WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The State Against Blacks, N.Y.,183pp: 378, in PP 1529-33.

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

RACISM, See: MEEK, NIGEL, Racism, Collectivism and Social Psychology, 4pp, PSYCHOLOGICAL NOTES No. 12: 107, in PP 1516.

RACISM, See: MINTZ, FRANK P., Racialism in the Western World, I, 5pp: 107; II, 5pp: 130; III, 2pp: 149; IV, 6pp: 175, in PP 1457/62.

RACISM: LOUDON, TREVOR, Why New Zealand Has a Race Problem, The National Question, in PP 1336 – 39: Part 1, 3pp: 325, Part 2, 3pp: 358, Part 3, 3pp: 407; Part 4, 3pp: 486. – Both, integration and segregation, could and should be voluntary. That is possible in the exterritorial autonomy model, the one neglected in most public discussions. – J.Z.

RACISM: MOORE, RODERICK, Facts, Values & Racialism, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 50.

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

RACISM: SCOTT, OTTO, Caucasian Self-Hatred, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1855. (Reverse racism.)

RACISM: TAME, CHRIS R., Racism. The Lowest Form of Collectivism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 332.

RACISM: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The New Racism, 2pp, in PP 1376: 23.

RAD, Rechnungs-Ausgleichs-Dienst, 1983, Anfrage von Johannes Schumann, Antwort von Nick Wahl, 9pp, 29x, in PP 742. (Compare KUVOG.)

RADA, UWE, Knochen under Umlaufdruck, TAZ, 12.11.93, 1p, “Kiezgeld gilt in 21 Laeden”, in PP 1240, on another Silvio Gesell experiment in Berlin.

RADIATION HAZARD, See: AKTIV GEGEN STRAHLUNG, 6 S., undatiertes Flugblatt: 134, in PP 1503.


RADIATION HAZARDS, PP 12, 16-18, 728, 1096, 1116, 1146.

RADIATION HAZARDS, SOME ARTICLES ON THE RISKS FROM CRTs, TVs & X-rays, with some hints towards protective mesures & gadgets, PP 655. On the computer alternatives see the special compilation on laptops in PP 686.

RADIATION SCREENS FOR COMPUTERS: Short clipping on a new one, in 1997: 109, in PP 1492.

RADICAL LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, Proposal for Peace Action Coalition Conference, 4pp, 5 point platform attempt: 78, in PP 1488.

RADICAL LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, Home Page, 1999, 1 1/2pp, in PP 1541/42: 284.

RADICAL LIBERTARIAN, Left – Right Libertarian Thought, issue 1, fall 1971, topic: The Emerging left- right Alliance, Winchester, Mass., 16pp, in PP 1158. The editor was Mark Frazier. Did any more issues appear?

RADICAL REVIEW, ed. by B.R. Tucker, 1877-1878, 826pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.

RADICALISM & PARLIAMENTARISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Sociological Notes 8)

RADICALISM: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, An Introduction to Radicalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 61.

RADICALISM: The Libertarian Imperative, PP 290. Radical Tweedledees: PP 418/19p119,


RADICALS, PP 174 – 176.

RADIETHESIA: Revolutionierung der aerztlichen Diagnostik? Die Pender der Radiethesie! Unter Forschung und Medizinische Diagnostik, 1S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 34. Mit solchen Beitraegen hat Kurt Zube dem Ideen Archiv mehr geschaded als genutzt. J.Z.

RADIKALER GEIST, 1. Mai 1933, 23 S., 29x, in PP 292. (Publisher K.H. Zube. Only in 2nd. ed.) Nr. 1, 1. Mai 1933, 24pp, 42x, in PP 567.

RADIKALER GEIST, Querschnitte durch die Radikale Literatur (Besprechung durch Auszuege), Herausgeber: Kurt Zube, Nr. 1-6, 583pp, 1930, 42x, PP 567.

RADIKALER GEIST, So urteilt man ueber den Almanach – Katalog, Radikaler Geist, 1 S. Flugblatt, in PP 1321.

RADIO FREE AMERICA, See: MILLER, VINCENT H., Radio Free America, 5pp: 70, in PP 1506/07. – If only it had represented a really free America! – J.Z., 5.6.98.

RADIO LIBERTAIRE, 89.4, Epsilonia Show, 1p flyer in PP 974.

RADIO LIBERTAIRE, Paris, Radio Lib Makes Waves, 4pp, 29x, in PP 423.

RADIO LIBERTY, 4 pages flyer, in PP 1336 – 39: 497. “And it’s the most thought-provoking station on air.” – THE LISTENER, June 1995. – I wish they would sell all their freedom talks on tapes and in transcripts (on microfiche and text only CD-ROMs). Maybe, they will one day, if the law permits. In 1990 I attended a libertarian talk show being taped, on US TV, in Tucson, Arizona, I believe. It was not permitted to sell its video tapes, for that would endanger its non-profit tax status! It was only allowed to give some away – in exchange for blank video cassettes. They say, it is a free country! – Alas, Australia has not yet any libertarian or anarchist TV talk-show, as far as I know. – If we subscribed to the panarchist model or framework, which amounts to a consistent application of libertarian principles, of freedom of action and association and disassociation or experimental freedom or voluntarism, then we could ignore the remaining differences of opinion between us and each go ahead, at maximum speed, supported by all like-minded people in this world. Panarchism can even turn enemies into friends or at least into neutrals. – PIOT, J.Z., 18.9.96.

RADIO LIBERTY, Advertisement, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 252.

RADIO: LIBERTARIANS ON THE AIR, Links to US Libertarian Radio Programs, 3pp, in PP 1541/42. – Hopefully, someone will record all these programs and make them accessible to those unable to listen to them then and there. – J.Z.


RADITION HAZARDS: Editorial: Radioactive Material in Smoke Detectors, 1p, in PP 279: 97. – I had bought one of these cheap machines – before I noticed its fine print. – J.Z.

RADITSA, BOGDAN, The Menace of Tito, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 44.

RADNITZKY, GERARD, Review of Arthur Seldon’s CAPITALISM, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RADOSH, RONALD, Democracy and the Formation of Foreign Policy: The Case of F.D.R. and America’s Entrance into World War II, 8pp, in PP 984.

RAE, CARL, Why Have Religion? 1989, 2pp, LA Atheist Notes No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RAE, DOUGLAS W., The Limits of Consensual Decision, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 63, Dec. 1975, 1270-1298, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p285, headed: Consensus vs. Politics.

RAE, DOUGLAS, Maximin Justice and an Alternative Principle of General Advantage, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 69, 1975, 630-647, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p215. Headed: Justice and Social Welfare. Maximum? – J.Z.

RAE, JOHN, Contemporary Socialism, 1884, updated, from the 5th edition, 1912, indexed, 578pp, in PP 1,045 & 1,046.

RAE, P.E., The Reporting and Accountability Requirements of Statutory Authorities, CIS, 1983, 12pp, 36x, in PP 720.

RAEDER, NICHOLAS, Interview, 16pp, in COGITATIONS, in PP 1133.

RAFFAELE, PAUL, Meanwhile, Burundi gets off scott-free, letter, 9.11.93, about black against black racism, in PP 1143.

RAFFALOVICH, ARTHUR, The Housing of the Working-Classes and of the Poor, 30pp, 36x, in PP 202.

RAGAZ, LEONHARD, Zur Kritik des Marxismus, 5 S.: 21, in PP 1523.

RAGNAR, Operation Wall, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 150. – On liberation strategy.

RAGNAR, Review of: LENIN, V.I., State and Revolution, 2, in PP 1409/10: 203.

RAGUE, SUE, Review of TV series “The Prisoner”, 1p, in PP 1425: 20.

RAGUET, CONDY, The Principles of Free Trade, 1840, 464pp, 36x, PP 801. See also: FREE TRADE ADVOCATE, THE.

RAHN, RICHARD W., Time to Privatize Money? How Good Currency Can Drive Out Bad, PR, Spring 1986, 3pp, in PP 1240.

RAICO, RALPH, Gay Rights: A Libertarian Approach, an LP pamphlet, undated, 12pp, in PP 494.

RAICO, RALPH, Liberty Triumphant, The Road to Serfdom’s Revolution Against the Corruption of Power, 3pp, in PP 1233.

RAICO, RALPH, Review of: MACHAN, TIBOR R., editor, The Libertarian Alternative: Essays in Social and Political Philosophy, 1p: 61, in PP 1468.

RAICO, RALPH, The Rise, Fall & Renaissance of Classical Liberalissm, I, 5pp, in PP 499.

RAIL, DEE, Autonomystics: An Essay on Anarchism and Mysticism, 1990, 20pp, 63-82, in PP1465. – This article is definitely not recommended by me – unless you want to train your power to criticize and contradict. – J.Z.

RAILROADS : ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Railroads of France, 2pp, in PP 1418: 11.



RAILWAYS, PP 239, 371, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 24), 1104.

RAILWAYS, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Throttling the Railroads, 9,The Future of the Railroads, 8pp: 135, in PP 1529-33.

RAILWAYS, See: LEUTHNER, STUART, The Railroaders, Random House, N.Y., 152pp, 1983: 588, 1p review only, by ROBERT M. THORNTON, in PP 1529-33.

RAILWAYS: BROGAN, COLM, Railways in the Red, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 361.

RAIMONDO, DENNIS, None Dare Call it Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 14.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIC, Reason… & Freezin’, nuclear freeze, 2pp, in PP 1297.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Defend the Palestinians, 1971, 2pp, in PP 1297. – I find the territorialist positions of both sides indefensible. When neither side makes any territorial claim, i.e., in almost any cosmopolitan city, then Arabs and Jews can and do live peacefully side by side, no matter how faithful they are to their religions or other national or ethnic or cultural traditions, no matter how different or mixed their racial origins may be. – Why concede to either of them – or to anyone else – a territorial monopoly as a bone to contend about? – PIOT, J.Z., 12.6.98.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Eden Pastora: Against Left & Right, 5pp, in PP 1165.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Imperial America: Saboteur of Liberty, 3pp, in PP 1297.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, In Answer to Nathaniel Branden, 1p, in PP 1297.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Ron Paul for President? 4pp, in PP 1297.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, The Decline and Fall of the American Left, 1980, 3pp: 77, in PP 1514.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Whitewash! Dan White Gets away with Murder – Gays Fight Back, 4pp, 71, on a riot, in PP 1297. – Some libertarians seem to like riots as much as some anarchists do. – J.Z.

RAIMONDO, JUSTIN, Why Evers and Rothbard Are Wrong, 2pp on Leninism, in PP 1297.

RAKSON, ALEX, The Mind’s Eye, 1/2 p. on : “The Borderless World: Power and Strategy in the Interlinked Economy”, by Kenichi Ohmae, Harper Business, 217pp, in PP 1132.

RALL, HELMUT TH.K., Vegetarische Wirtschaft, 6 S., Abdruck aus dem Buch: Vegetarisches Universum, Storch Verlag, Reutlingen, Wuerttemberg, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 151.

RALSTON, JACKSON H., What’s Wrong With Taxation? 1931, 1932, 2nd. ed., 190pp: 73, in PP 1490. – Everything is wrong with it & with the “single tax” or imposed “land site value collection” as well. What members of a voluntary community, under full exterritorial autonomy, do to and for each other is quite another matter. – J.Z.

RALTH, WERNER, Wir zahlen nicht das roemische Defizit, der Aufstand der Sizilianer gegen das Schwarzbaugesetz, TAZ, 10.4.86, 1 S., in PP 1323: 18.

RAMAER, HANS, From Domela to PROVO – Anarchism in the Netherlands, 12pp, 36x, in PP 412, p364.

RAMIN, GUSTAV, Dr., 8 Punkte zur Lage: On the Present Situation, 1931 (not signed, only ascribed to R.), 29x, in PP 544. – Perhaps now, in Australia, we are not far from a similar situation, with unsold retail stocks having built up to over A $ 70 billion and no one bar me seriously considering mobilizing these in form of shop currency, market rated, with an optional value standard, and used to pay wages, salaries, suppliers and taxes, thereby assuring the sales of ready for sale goods and new orders. The territorial and the central bank monopolies remain, as a rule, unquestioned, no matter how severe clashes or crises they do cause and for how long. People rather occupy their minds with the intricacies of music, fashion, football or chess moves – and go on suffering, the result of their political and economic immaturity and lack of interest in essential questions. – Limited attempts on the Internet have not yet succeeded in establishing a functioning market for the right ideas to solve the numerous crises of our times, even when submitted by quite obscure persons. Parliaments, the mass media, the universities and the book market are no substitute for such an ideas market, nor are the present alternative periodicals in print on paper. Either an intellectual ferment will be caused when at the same time hundreds of different crisis ideas will be offered there or, at last, enough people will come to discuss and finally adopt experimental freedom for all of them, all among volunteers only. The successful experiments will be convincing. – J.Z., 12.6.98.

RAMIN, GUSTAV, Dr., Bargeldlose Lohnzahlung, 3pp, with translation: Non-Cash Wage Payments, 4pp, 1931, 29x, in PP 544.

RAMIN, GUSTAV, Dr., co-author of The Four Law Drafts (see Beckerath), 24x, in PP 40. For more writings by him see the Beckerath Papers. – J.Z.

RAMPART COLLEGE, 1967 Bulletin, 34pp, 24x, in PP 173.

RAMPART COLLEGE, A Newsletter, April 1969, 4pp, 24x, in PP 156.

RAMPART INDIVIDUALIST, 2 samples, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 84 & Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 1987, 56pp together, in PP 889.

RAMPART INSTITUTE, Prospectus and Annual Report 1980, 7pp, 29x, in PP 247.

RAMPART INSTITUTE, Student and General Educational Catalog, 82 edition, 15pp, in PP 889.

RAMPART JOURNAL, Revisionism – An Essential Branch of Peace Research, 3pp, mainly extracts from the Spring 1966 issue, 24x, in PP 8.

RAMSAY, BRUCE, The Sky Isn’t Falling – Really! 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

RAMSAY, ROBIN, On Conspiracies & Conspiracy Theories: The Truth Buried by the Fantasies, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 183.

RAMSEY, BRUCE, Anarchism in Spain, 1936-37, 6pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.


RAMUS, PIERRE, Amerikas Bedeutung fuer Europa und die Menschheit, 1932, 3 S., in PP 1,044.

RAMUS, PIERRE, An Freunde und Gefaehrten!, 1910, 2pp, 29x, in PP 349.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Anarchismus in Oesterreich – von den Anfaengen bis Heute, LIBERTE, No. 8-81, 2 S., in PP 1,044.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Bauer, Pfarrer und Christus, 1920, 78 S., in PP 1099. Anarchist communism described as just another Christian sectarian faith. – J.Z.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Der Justizmord von Chicago, 1912, 219pp, 29x, in PP 610. – Hasn’t justice been murdered millions of times since then in government courts? – Why always hark back to the Haymarket Affair, to these few victims of statism? Is it enough of an excuse to say that they were anarchists? – Is it the desire to assure that anarchists have their martyrs, too? If so, then why not rather have remembrance days for those masses of anarchists slaughtered e.g. in the Russian and Spanish Revolutions? – Or are these masses of victims incomprehensible? And why should a murdered anarchist count for more in our memories than some other innocent murder victim of a State, e.g. one murdered by an air raid, or by a terrorist attack by a statist and territorialist group? – J.Z., 12.6.98.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die Historische Entwicklung der Friedensidee und des Antimilitarismus, 1908, 12 S., mit 1 S. mit kritischen Bemerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, 1956, in PP 897.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die Irrlehre des Marxismus im Bereich des Sozialismus und Proletariats, vollstaendig neu bearbeitete und erweiterte Ausgabe, 1927 (1st was 1919, 2nd. 1926), 206pp, in PP 955.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die Irrlehre und Wissenschaftslosigkeit des Marxismus im Bereich des Sozialismus, Wien, 1919, 216 S., hier nur in einer 2 S. Besprechung von L.B., in PP 1322.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die Krisen”, 4 S., 24x, in PP 377. (Aus: IRRLEHRE DES MARXISMUS, S. 171-175, 1927. Mit kurzer Aufzaehlung seiner Schriften.)

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die Neuschoepfung der Gesellschaft durch den kommunistischen Anarchismus, 2. verbesserte u. neubearbeitete Auflage, Wien-Klosterneuburg, 1923, 280 S., with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1101.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Die sozialphilosophischen Tendenzen und Ziele des modernen Anarchismus, 1910, 19pp, 29x, in PP 349.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Edward Carpenter, ein Saenger der Freiheit und des Volkes. Eine Studie seines Lebens und seiner Werke, Bruessel, 1910, 21 S., in PP 1092.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Ein unbekanntes Erinnerungsblatt an Michael Bakunin, 1910, 2 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Francisco Ferrer, Die Moderne Schule, 1966, 1979, 32pp, 29x, in PP 543.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Francisco Ferrer, Sein Leben und Sein Werk, 1910, 110pp, 29x, in PP 543.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Friedenskrieger des Hinterlandes, Der Schicksalsroman eines Anarchisten im Weltkriege, Mannheim, 1924, 404 S., in PP 1,044.

RAMUS, PIERRE, How Can the People of the World Achieve Universal Disarmament? 3pp, n.d., before WW II, in PP 1298.

RAMUS, PIERRE, In Erfuellung eines Versprechens, 7 S.: 3, in PP 1474.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Nach 40 Jahren, 1905, 15pp, in PP 1155.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Nachtraegliche 1. Mai-Gedanken, 1907/8, 7 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Popper-Lynkens als konstruktiver Denker des Staatssozialismus. Eine analytische Darlegung u. Kritik. Zugleich ein Vorschlag zur Organisation der Friedenswirtschaft im u. nach dem Weltkriege. In Fortsetzungen, 25 S, in PP 1322: 25, 29, 36, 41, 47, 52, 56, 63.

RAMUS, PIERRE, PP 377, 1134, 1157,

RAMUS, PIERRE, Von Stuttgart nach Amsterdam, 1907/8, 7 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Vorbemerkung, 1 S., ueber Russische Revolution, in PP 1157.

RAMUS, PIERRE, William Godwin, der Theoretiker des Kommunistischen Anarchismus, mit Geleitwort, 1 S., von Dr. W. Borgius, 1907, 83 S., mit Namensregister, hier vom undatierten Nachdruck, Verlag Buechse der Pandora, in PP 1141.

RAMUS, PIERRE, Zur Kritik und Wuerdigung des Syndikalismus, 1907/8, Teil I, 8 S., Teil II, 11 S., 29x, in PP 349.

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

RANAPALA, SURI, An Alternative Theory of Peace, CIS Policy Report, 3pp, 29x, in PP 896.

RAND, AYN & COMPETING GOVERNMENTS, On my own criticism of Ayn Rand see in PP 7 my 7pp article: “Competing Governments”. – Roy Childs later wrote an Open Letter to Ayn Rand on this subject but is supposed to have withdrawn from this individualist point of view later on. I would like his expression of his withdrawal, if it took place – for filming and discussion. He might have resembled Herbert Spencer in this. I have not yet found out why Herbert Spencer withdrew his chapter 19, on the right to ignore the State, from later editions of his Social Statics. Nor have I found any writings by others who found any errors in his thoughts in this chapter. And whom and what writings, specifically, did Ayn Rand attack in her attack on the concept of “competing governments”? – J.Z.

RAND, AYN, & KANT, IMMANUEL, Who Said this? Ayn Rand? Or the Kant of her Imagination? Or the Real Kant? A compilation, by John Zube, in PP 14.

RAND, AYN, Capitalist Manifesto, The Free Market Is the Only Moral Economic System, a summary of Ayn Rand’s views, 1p, from The Objectivist Newsletter, Dec. 1965 & Barrons, Jan. 3, 1966 & Nov. 19, 1984, in PP 983.

RAND, AYN, Hands Off! Some quotes with comments by John Zube, 2pp, 1965, 24x, in PP 6.

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

RAND, AYN, On our Cultural Value Deprivation, 1p extract, 1966, in PP 478.

RAND, AYN, See: AYN RAND, 1905-1982, Obituary in AGAINST THE WALL, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 874.

RAND, AYN, See: BENSON, REX, Ayn Rand, Closet Anarchist, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39:341.

RAND, AYN, See: BENSON, REX, Evaluation of the Rand, 3pp on Ayn Rand, in PP 1336 – 39: 478.

RAND, AYN, See: BIRMINGHAM, BILL, Rand: The Conscience of a Conservatarian, 2pp, in PP 277/278: 102.

RAND, AYN, See: BRANDEN, BARBARA, In Answer to Ayn Rand, 21 Oct. 68, 6pp, in PP 1358: 69.

RAND, AYN, See: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, In Answer to Ayn Rand, 16 Oct.68, 6p, in PP 1358: 63.

RAND, AYN, See: CHILDS, ROY A, Jr., Ayn Rand and the Libertaria Movement, 5pp, in PP 277/278: 88 & 100.

RAND, AYN, See: CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Ayn Rand: A Celebration, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 141.

RAND, AYN, See: CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, Reiterate Rand! 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 469. – Not where she was wrong! But, by all means, discuss all her views, thoroughly! – J.Z.

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

RAND, AYN, See: DYKES, NICHOLAS, Do Rights only Come into Existence with the State? A Randian Critique of an Allegedly Randian Concept, 4pp, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 49: 85, in PP 1516.

RAND, AYN, See: GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, Review of: RAND, Philosophy: Who Needs It? 2pp: 4, in PP 1482.

RAND, AYN, See: KAZA, JURIS, Review of a Rand Speech, 2pp, in PP 1,018.

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

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

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


RAND, AYN, See: PEACE PLANS 585. Some of her ideas deserve much more critical as well as helpful discussion than most Randians were so far prepared to give them. Any freedom prophet should not only be revered but also, in his or her ideas, be improved upon, as much as this is possible. – PP is always open to the reproduction of such discussions. – Send samples or sets of your objectivist newsletters as well, for microfiching by LMP – or, better still, put together a whole Ayn Rand discussion archive yourself, on microfiche or on any other affordable medium. – She deserves better than a limited and temporary and expensive treatment on paper only, for those who happen to get access to these paper editions. – J.Z., 12.6.98.

RAND, AYN, See: Playboy’s Interview with Ayn Rand, 1964, 14pp, in PP 1401: 80. Interviewer Alvin Toffler, reproduced from THE OBJECTIVIST.

RAND, AYN, See: RAND on the Middle East, 1/2p account from ERGO, in PP 1312/1314: 111.

RAND, AYN, See: RASMUSSEN, DOUGLAS, Ayn Rand on Obligation and Value, 1990, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 25, in PP 1,052 -1,061.

RAND, AYN, See: Review by CRANE, ED, in PP 277.

RAND, AYN, See: RICHMAN, SHELDON, In Defence of the Randian Argument, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 222.

RAND, AYN, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Greenspan: Randian, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 119. See also Machan’s comment on p. 127.

RAND, AYN, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Sociology of the Ayn Rand Cult, 12pp, n.d., 75. – “For every tyrant a thousand ready slaves”? – J.Z.

RAND, AYN, See: SMITH, GEORGE H., Review of: The Virtue of Selfishness, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 42.

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

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

RANDALL, SAMUEL J., Tariff Commission, 9pp, 29x, in PP 602.

RANDOLPH, VANCE, Americans who Thought they Were Gods, Haldeman – Julius Publications, 1943, 24pp, in PP 1222. “Colourful Messiahs and Little Christs.”

RANDOM WRITINGS, by JIM STUMM, Nos. 1, 5/ 85 – 23, 12/88 (last separate issue, with the equivalent being continued in Jim’s LIVING FREE), 133pp, in PP 835 & 837. (Some of my responses can be found separately, usually in the ON PANARCHY sub-series. – J.Z.) Nos. 1-4, 1985, were also reproduced 24x, in PP 596/597. RANSOM, W.S., Poet’s dreams are realized. OED2: Awesome, strange, slightly dotty, an article on the 20 vol. 2nd. ed. of the OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY, in SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, April 1, 1989, 2pp, with some notes by J. Zube, in PP 907-910. – The PRICE is “awesome” at $ 3,995 and that it isn’t reproduced on fiche, is “strange, slightly dotty”, and the improvements, in spite of a very expensive computerization of the text, appear to be rather modest. In the U.S., in 1990, I saw it advertised for $ 2500. It hasn’t much helped me, in its previous reduced printing edition, with most of the special words that I am interested in. Definitely, NOT A READY HANDBOOK for English speaking people but, rather, a monopolistic and expensive luxury item. That monopoly ought to be broken, micrographically! A COM-fiche print out would now be possible, at a comparatively ridiculously low price. Also one on CD-ROM. With it millions could be reached, as users, also as potential contributors to make it more complete. I wish the micrographic industry would threaten to produce a pirate issue – unless the copyrights holders become finally willing to offer a cheap COM-fiche edition themselves. The micrographics industry could turn this into a public relations campaign for itself. If the OED publisher added his books for sale list with this dictionary, on fiche, he could possibly afford to give that dictionary away, at least to every honours student, and if he were to offer, on fiche, all his o.o.p. writings, then he could penetrate with them where he could not, otherwise. If the outlay for microfiching ten-thousands of their o.o.p. titles at once, might appear to be too high, sponsors could be asked for, at the rate of the costs involved, i.e. ca. $ 25 to $ 50 at most, for most titles, and each such sponsor could be given 10 free duplicates of the title he sponsored, or even more, from the maybe 100 first duplicates he sponsored, or his choice of some other fiche duplicates. Why does any publishing house tolerate the condition of most of its titles being and remaining out of print? – J.Z.

RANSOM, GREG, Bibliography of Books by F.A. Hayek; Best on the Web – Discussions on Hayek, 1998, 1p, in PP 1534: 94.

RANTALA, LAURI, Money Without the State, from FREE LIFE, I/4, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

RANTER, FERAL, Anarchism vs. Anarchy: A Thoroughly Nasty Thumbing of the Nose at that Despicable Defence of Dictrinal Orthodoxy Entitled “Listen, Anarchist!” by Chaz Bufe, 1986, 12pp, in PP 1141. In 8pp in PP 1144.

RAO, P. KODANDA, Nature and Function of Language, 1p, from THE INDIAN LIBERTARIAN, May 15, 1967, 24x, in PP 301.

RAP, a quarterly Pine Tree Publication, continuing PINE TREE, but also only with 2 issues : Fall & Winter 1970, 104pp, 24x, in PP 176-177.


RARIHOKWATS, The Natural World Is Not a Free World, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 494.

RASCCOE, BURTON, The Cow in the Apartment, 2pp, in PP 1418: 13. – In defence of the division of labour & profitable exchanges. – J.Z.

RASCHKE, MARIE, Die Entwicklung der Frauenbank – ihre Ziele und Zwecke, 1914, 5pp, 29x, in PP 731.

RASCOE, BURTON, UN Information Please, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 18.

RASHID, SALIM, Adam Smith’s Rise to Fame: A Re-examination of the Evidence, THE EIGHTEENT CENTURY: THEORY AND INTERPRETATION 23, Winter 1982, 64-85, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1669, headed: Adam Smith & Paradigm Shifts.

RASHID, SALIM, Political Economy and Geology in the Early 19th-Century: Similarities and Contrasts, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Winter 81, 726-743, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1856, headed: Political Economy & Geology.

RASHID, SALIM, Review Essay of THE ECONOMIST IN PARLIAMENT, by Frank Whitson Fetter, Durham, N.C., Duke U.P., 1980; & ECONOMIC DOCTRINE AND TORY LIBERALISM, 1824-1830, by Barry Gordon, London, MacMillan, 1979, in: HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Winter 81, 860-864, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1854, headed: Political Economy, Politics, & Paradigm Shifts.

RASMUSSEN, DOUGLAS B., Logical Possibility, Iron Bars, and Necessary Truth, THE NEW SCHOLASTICISM 51, Winter 1977, 117-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p275, headed: Necessary Truths and Reality.

RASMUSSEN, DOUGLAS, Ayn Rand on Obligation and Value, 1990, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 25, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RASPBERRY, WILLIAM, Assets may be key to opening lock on poverty, 2pp, in PP 1238. – Assets not rightfully acquired are not the solution. Neither are legalized forceful transfers. But volunteer communities should be free to dispose of the assets of their members as the members want them to. See also under coops and purchase of enterprises and PP 19C on the expropriation of the bureaucracy in favour of its victims. See also under Poverty and Open Coops and Old Age Insurance. – J.Z.

RASPBERRY, WILLIAM, Legalizing Drugs a Way out of Crisis, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1858.

RATHGEN, KARL, Freihafen, 2 S., 1874, 29x, in PP 737.

RATHJEN, A.D., Should Feds Clamp Down on Indian Fireworks Sales? 1/2p letter, in PP 493. – I would rather have them take significant monetary freedom steps, mobilizing their own products and services, not just earning a few tourist dollars, paid in government forced currency. – J.Z.

RATIONAL ANARCHIST, THE, Website, homepage only, 4/99, 1p, in PP 1541/42: 411.


RATIONAL INDIVIDUALIST, THE, Silver Spring, I/7, May 69; I/9, July 69 -I/13, November 69; II/1, January 1970, II/2, February 1970, now called THE INDIVIDUALIST, – II/7, July 1970; III/1, January 1971 – III/12, June 1972; IV/1-2, 1972, months not given, 727 pages, 5-727, in PP 1457/62. – One of the best ever libertarian journals. I offer 10 LMP microfiche, your choice, for the supply of each of the still missing copies, either in originals or in excellent photocopies. First come, only one served. – J.Z.

RATIONAL INDIVIDUALIST, THE, SRI, Society for Rational Individualism, later THE INDIVIDUALIST, of SIL, Society for Individual Liberty, later amalgamated into ISIL. Here only Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, Nov. 1968 – April 1969, published by Jarret B. Wollstein, ca. 138pp, in PP 975. All editions in this format. RATIONAL INDIVIDUALIST, THE, Sep. & Oct. 69 (Vol. I, Nos. 11 & 12), samples, 56 pp, with appeal for help to get the set complete for microfilming, in PP 851. – Why can’t the thousands of fans of such a magazine agree to bring out between them a complete reproduction, permanently in print, in one of the affordable alternative media? – J.Z.

RATIONALIST & HUMANIST, THE NEW ZEALAND, Aug. 84, & Dec. year? 32pp, in 2 rather flawed Gaska fiche, headed: NOTHING HILL GATE. & N.Z. RATIONALIST AND HUMANIST, 1 & 2. $ 2 from LMP. Another set of 2 of his fiche is headed: FIGHTERS FOR ANARCHISM, containing only 82pp, some askew: $ 2 from LMP while they last. It is the book by MOLLIE STEIMER and SENYA FLESHIN, offered by me in PP 1113. Another Gaska fiche is: A THOUSAND JULY’S, apparently on some U.K. riots, partly illegible, sometimes hard to read, 60 sheets, $ 1 from LMP. I have also another three of his fiche for sale, same price, headed: Free Speech Radicals, 216pp, but filmed sideways and with much wasted space on each fiche. It contains Theodor Schroeder’s book: Free Speech for Radicals, 1916. – You will either have to twist your head or cut the fiche apart or have one of the advanced readers that allows image rotation. I offer the same title on one fiche, in PP 986 for $ 1. – 2 other Gaska fiche are titled: RATIONALIST AND HUMANIST; E.B. FOOTE; N.Z., containing 85pp, sideways again, on Dr. EDWARD BOND FOOTE, published by the Free Speech League. The rest contains the NZ R & H, April 83, with only 4pp on fiche 1 and 12 on fiche 2. – $ 2 from LMP. Or get them direct from RICHARD GASKA, 2024 N. Manor Dr., Erie, PA 16505, for whatever he charges. I got them as a result of an exchange, sight unseen and had also pay a high custom duty for his package. Since then I insist on seeing samples of microfiche first, that people want to exchange for LMP fiche. However, such fiche can serve as lessons on what mistakes to avoid when undertaking the fiching of one’s manuscripts or of one’s favourite texts. As such they are bargains. – J.Z., 12/6/98.

RATIONALIST ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W., What Is a Rationalist? 3pp introduction, in PP 1257.

RATTERAY, JOAN DAVIS, Access to Quality: Private Schools in Chicago’s Inner City, 1986, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

RATTERAY, JOAN DAVIS, Making Education Work for More Students, 1986, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

RATTNER, JOSEF, Homo Insipiens: Der Dumme Mensch, 1976, 208pp, in PP 831.

RAVENAL, EARL C., Nixon’s Challenge to Carter: No More Mr. Nice Guy, FOREIGN POLICY, USA, 29, 1977, 27-42, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p115. Headed: “Absolute Power” and Corruption.

RAVENAL, EARL C., The Mythical Crisis of Presidential Leadership: Prologue to a Paper on the Carter Administration’s Foreign Policy, paper presented to the 7th Annual Libertarian Scholars Conference, N.Y., Oct. 26, 79, 42pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p793, headed: American Foreign Policy.

RAVENAL, EARL, Foreign Policiy Determines REAL Cost of Defence, 1p, in PP 277/278: 126. – Many aspects of a libertarian foreign policy and defence are, to my knowledge, not yet discussed in other libertarian publications than PEACE PLANS. – J.Z.

RAVENAL, EARL, Foreign Policy Determines REAL Costs of Defence, 1p, in PP 278. – So many aspects of a libertarian foreign policy and defence are not yet discussed in other libertarian publications than PEACE PLANS! – J.Z.

RAVENSCROFT, G., Present Taxation: A Violation of Human Rights and Cancer of Labour and Industry. Ground Rent: The Cure, 4pp, 29x, in PP 366.

RAVENSCROFT, IAN, Danger: A Lesson from Language, 4pp: 575, in PP1529-33.


RAWL, See: DELANEY, JAMES, Rawl’s Theory of Justice, 5pp: 65. Part II, 5pp: 98, in PP 1479.

RAWSON, MARY, Resource Revenues: A Cause of Division in Canada, Georgist, 1982, 22pp, 48x, in PP 626.

RAY, CHRISTOPHER, If firearms are a token of power then in a democracy they belong in the hands of the people, 1p: 113, in PP 1526.

RAY, EL, & ZUBE, JOHN, Taking States over by Migration, 3pp, 1965, 24x, in PP 6.

RAY, EL, Agoric Incentives Supercede Hierarchic Controls, 3pp, 24x, in PP 8.

RAY, EL, What Is an ‘Ethical Enclave?” 1965; Self-Seeking, 1966, 29x, in PP 585. (Panarchist article. His term did not take off, either. Is he still alive or has he gone completely underground? – J.Z.)

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

RAY, JOHN J., Authoritarianism Left and Right – The Assault on Freedom, 1976, 10 pp, 36x, in PP 571.

RAY, JOHN J., Authoritarianism Today, 198pp, reproduced as manuscript, with all rights reserved by the author, 29x, in PP 378-380.

RAY, JOHN J., Conservatism as Heresy, an Australian Reader, ed. by J.J. Ray, 1974, 402pp, 36x, in PP 370.

RAY, JOHN J., Do Authoritarians Hold Authoritarian Attitudes? 1976, 18pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.

RAY, JOHN J., Price Control and History, reviewing: Wage-Price Control – Myth and Reality, edited by Sudha Shenoy, 1p, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p208.

RAY, JOHN J., The New Australian Nationalism, 1981, 3pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.

RAY, JOHN J., The Scottish Paradox, 1979, 5pp, 29x, in PP 378-380.

RAY, JOHN J., Towards a More Pragmatic Penal System, 1989, 4pp, LA Legal Notes No. 7, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RAY, LEE DIXIE & GUZZO, LOU, Trashing the Planet, How science can help us deal with acid rain, 2pp flyer only, on the book, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RAYMOND, ERIC, Libertarianism, home page only, 1p, in PP 1535: 92. – 18 FAQ point links on basic tenets, 1995,Chris.Holt@newcastle.ac.uk


RAYTON, DWIGHT, Shop Floor Democracy in Action. A personal account of the Coventry gang system, Industrial Common Ownership Movement, I.C.O.M. Pamphlet No. 1, 1972, 30pp, in PP 1413/14: 262.

RAZ, JOSEPH, Professor Dworkin’s Theory and Rights, POLITICAL STUDIES, UK, 26, 1978, 123-137, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p380, headed: Dworkin on Rights.

READ, HERBERT, Bedlam Politics, 2pp: 2, in PP 1525.

READ, HERBERT, Kropotkin – The Master, 10pp, 24x, in PP 281.

READ, HERBERT, Review of Two Rocker Books: Anarcho-Syndicalism & Nationalism and Culture, 1938, 2pp, in PP 1401.

READ, HERBERT, The Education of Free Men, Freedom Press, 1944, 32pp, in PP 1210.

READ, HERBERT, The Paradox of Anarchism, 7pp, article from NOW, London, No. 7, Fall 1941: 296, in PP 1447/49.

READ, HERBERT, The Philosophy of Anarchism, Freedom Press, 1940-47, London, 32pp, in PP 1,041.

READ, LEONARD E. & MISES, LUDWIG VON, Freedom and Money, FEE, n.d., 12pp, in PP 984.

READ, LEONARD E., A Return to Reading, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., ABC’s of Freedom, 1976 pamphlet, 29pp, FEE, 24x, in PP 302.

READ, LEONARD E., Academic Freedom, 11pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Accent on the Right, 1968, 114pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 233.

READ, LEONARD E., Anything that’s Peaceful. 1964, 243pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Awake for Freedom’s Sake, 1977, with name index, 171pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Behind the Synthetic Curtain, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Beneficiaries of Free Market Upgrading, 8pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Can Opera Be Grand If Socialized? 10pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Castles in the Air, 1975, 176pp, indexed, 36x, in PP 234.

READ, LEONARD E., Chain Attraction, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Combating Statism, 15pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., Comes the Dawn, 1976, 148pp, FEE, 24x, in PP 226.

READ, LEONARD E., Concience of the Majority, 22pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Conscience on the Battlefield,, 1951, revised 1981, 23pp, 29x, in PP 390.

READ, LEONARD E., Deeper than You Think, 1967, FEE, 191pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 305.

READ, LEONARD E., Don’t Take My Word for it, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Economics for the Teachable, 16pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Elements of Libertarian Leadership, 1962, 183pp, 24x, in PP 232.

READ, LEONARD E., Every Person Should Be Free…, 1p: 456, in PP1529- 33. – His short human rights declaration. – Let individuals also be free to choose, for themselves only, a condition of non-freedom, as long as they can stand it. See: ON PANARCHY. -J.Z.

READ, LEONARD E., Flight from Integrity, 11pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Flight from Integrity, 6pp: 455, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., Freedom’s Theory of Value, 1p, in PP 1112.

READ, LEONARD E., Genesis of Extremism, 6pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Getting Rid of Communism, 8pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Government – an Ideal Concept, 1954, 149pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 232.

READ, LEONARD E., Having My Way, 1974, 176pp, indexed, 36x, in PP 234.

READ, LEONARD E., He Who Would Bear Witness, 5pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., High Time to Awake, NOTES FROM FEE, Jan. 70, on inflation, 4pp, in PP 1243/44.

READ, LEONARD E., How Do We Know? 1981, 120pp, 29x, in PP 503.

READ, LEONARD E., How Labor Unions “Cause” Inflation, 8pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., How to Advance Liberty, A Learning, not a Selling Problem, 1965, 14pp, 24x, in PP 246.

READ, LEONARD E., How to Be a Benefactor, 6pp: 129, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., How to Get Action, 8pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., How to Reduce Taxes, 1960, 10pp, 24x, in PP 246, 12pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., How to STOP Inflation, THE FREEMAN, Nov. 73, 6pp, in PP 804.

READ, LEONARD E., I Like You, Too, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., I, Pencil, 10pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., I, Pencil, 1958, 6pp: 460, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., If Freedom Had Only Enemies, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., In An Ideal America, 3pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., In Memoriam, L.E. Read, 1898-1983, FEE, 8pp, 29x, in PP 503.

READ, LEONARD E., In Quest of Perfection, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., In Search of the Ideal, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297, in : Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Influence, the Libertarian Way, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Instead of Violence, the Case for the Non-Coercive Society, 1973, 63pp, 24x, in PP 302.

READ, LEONARD E., Into Space and Beyond Criticism, 18pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Kakistrocracy, 14pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Keep Freedom a Secret? 8pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Let Anyone Deliver Mail, 10pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., Let Freedom Reign, FEE, 1969, indexed, 152pp, 24x, PP 191.

READ, LEONARD E., Let the Method Fit the Objective, 1960/61, 14pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Liberty: Legacy of Truth, 1978, FEE, 120pp, with name index, 24x, in PP 305.

READ, LEONARD E., Look to the Means, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Looking In the Mirror, 4pp, 36x, in PP 714, in Notes from FEE, in PP 977.

READ, LEONARD E., Looking Out For Yourself, 12pp, 24x, in PP 308 & in 7pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Looking Out for Yourself, 7pp: 453, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., Mainspring, 65, 4pp, reviewing: WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, The Mainspring of Human Progress, by quoting him, in NOTES FROM FEE, July 65, in PP 1409/10: 5.

READ, LEONARD E., Mainspring, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976. READ, LEONARD E., Meditations on Freedom, FEE, 30pp, 24x, in PP 302.

READ, LEONARD E., Miracle of the Market, 9pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., On Behalf of the Ideal, 6pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., On Being Practical, 7pp, 24x. in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., On Freedom and Order, 15pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., On Improving the World, 1960, 3pp: 462, in PP1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., On Improving the World, 5pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., On Making Friends for Freedom, 6pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., On that Day Began Lies, 1949, 13pp: 457, in PP1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., On That Day Began Lies, June 1949, In Brief, vol.3, No. 1, 23pp, 24x, in PP 307 & in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Only If Free Can We Compete, 7pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., Outlook for Freedom, 1951, 39pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., Pattern for Revolt, 1948, 54pp, 24x, in PP 302.

READ, LEONARD E., Pull That Veil Away!, 4pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Readiness Is All, 11pp, 29x, in PP 426.

READ, LEONARD E., Read’s Law, 3pp: 99, in PP 1529-33. – “No politician can fly higher in office than he flew while getting there.”

READ, LEONARD E., Reflections on Coming of Age, FEE Faces the Future, 1967, 27pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Reflections on the Guilt Complex, 3pp: 115, in PP 1529- 33.

READ, LEONARD E., Saying What We Mean, 7pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Security and Freedom, 1p: 589, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., See: Foundation for Economic Education: FEE.

READ, LEONARD E., Seeds of Progress, 1980, 136pp, with name index, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., Self-Interest: Vice or Virtue? 2pp, 24x, in PP 307. – 1p, in PP 1418: 6.

READ, LEONARD E., Several Facets of Freedom, 1952, 5pp, 29x, in PP 408.

READ, LEONARD E., So Highly Endowed, 5pp, Sep. 1979, Notes from FEE, 5pp, 24x, in PP 70-74.

READ, LEONARD E., Social Reformers as Keepers of the Peace, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Socialized Sugar, 7pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Students of Liberty, 1950, FEE, 59pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Talking to Myself – The Only Person on Earth I Have Been Commissioned to Save, 1970, 166pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 233.

READ, LEONARD E., The Coming Aristocracy, 1969, 180pp, FEE, indexed, 24x, in PP 304.

READ, LEONARD E., The Coming Renaissance, 9pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., The Consistent Life, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., The Curse and Cure of Covetousness, 3pp: 71, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., The Essence of Americanism, 1961, 14pp: 449, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., The Essence of Americanism, 24pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., The Exception Makers, 7pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., The Free Man’s Almanac, “Thoughts for Today”, a 1974 compilation by Read of FEE, 383pp, 24x, PP 303.

READ, LEONARD E., The Free Market and its Enemy, FEE, 1965, 67pp, 24x, in PP 189.

READ, LEONARD E., The Free Market Ignores the Poor, Cliches of Socialism, 1p, in PP 1132.

READ, LEONARD E., The Freedom Freeway, 1979, FEE, 128pp, with name index, 24x, in PP 306.

READ, LEONARD E., The Importance of Awe, 9pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., The Invisible Hand, 3pp: 172, in PP 1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., The Love of Liberty, FEE, 1975, indexed, 162pp, 24x, PP 190.

READ, LEONARD E., The Magic of Believing, 1959, 1p: 460, in PP1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., The Magic of Believing, 3pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., The Market Is a Computer, 14pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., The Mass Man, 10pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., The Nature of Socialistic Disaster, 12pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., The Path of Duty, 1982, 120pp, 29x, in PP 503.

READ, LEONARD E., The Penalty of Surrender, 13pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., The Poor Should Look to Liberty, 7pp, 24x, in PP 311, 4pp in 976.

READ, LEONARD E., The Role of Rules, Notes from FEE, in PP 977.

READ, LEONARD E., The Romance of Reality, 1937, 169pp, 29x, in PP 504.

READ, LEONARD E., The Search for an Echo, 6pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., The Unruly Consensus, 3pp, 1971, on education, 36x, in PP 714. Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., The Will to Prevail, Respects to the Resolute, 1968, FEE, 15pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Then Truth Will Out, An assessment of the position of the freedom road, after passing the 25th milestone at FEE, 1971, 177pp, indexed, 36x, in PP 234.

READ, LEONARD E., This Fog Can Be Seen through, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 31.

READ, LEONARD E., This Fog Can Be Seen Through, Notes from FEE, 4pp, in PP 976.

READ, LEONARD E., Those Things Called Money, 1979, 4pp, 24x, in PP 64-65, 984, and from The Freeman, Jan. 75, 4pp in PP 804.

READ, LEONARD E., Those Things Called Money, 4pp: 452, in PP1529-33.

READ, LEONARD E., Thoughts Rule the World, 1981, 120pp, 29x, in PP 503.

READ, LEONARD E., To Avarice No Sanction, Notes from FEE, in PP 977.

READ, LEONARD E., To Free or Freeze that is the question, 1972, 210pp, indexed, FEE, 24x, in PP 227.

READ, LEONARD E., Two Directions At Once, 11pp, 24x in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., Two Kinds of Exchange, 5pp, 24x in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., Two Kinds of Influence, 5pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., Two Paths to Liberty, 1954, 2pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Unscrambling Socialism, 6pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., Victims of Social Levelling, 16pp, 24x, in PP 307.

READ, LEONARD E., Violence as a Way of Life, 16pp, 24x, in PP 310.

READ, LEONARD E., Vision, 1978, 148pp, with name index, FEE, 24x, in PP 304.

READ, LEONARD E., We Never Had it So Good? 9pp, 24x, in PP 309.

READ, LEONARD E., What Is Past is Prologue, commemorative volume, 62pp, on Read’s 70th birthday, in PP 1036.

READ, LEONARD E., What Shall Be Prohibited? 12pp, 24x, in PP 311.

READ, LEONARD E., When Wishes Become Rights, 10pp, 24x, in PP 311. Notes from FEE, May 1983, 48x, in PP 589/590.

READ, LEONARD E., Where Lies Our Hope? Notes from FEE, in PP 977.

READ, LEONARD E., Where Lies This Fault? A Speculation on the Recovery of Freedom, FEE, 1967, 30pp, in PP 1,036.

READ, LEONARD E., Who’s Listening? 1973, 208pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 306.

READ, LEONARD E., Why Is Slavery Possible, 2pp, in PP 1418: 26.

READ, LEONARD E., Why Is Slavery Possible? 7pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., Why not Separate School and State? 1p, in PP 499.

READ, LEONARD E., Why Not Try Freedom? 1958, 1960, 90pp, 24x, in PP 308.

READ, LEONARD E., Writings by Leonard E. Read, compiled by John Zube, partly from ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, volumes I-III, 270pp, 24x, PP 307. LMP may now offer more of Read’s book titles than his foundation: FEE, does, since LMP’s collection contains several of the o.o.p. titles. I would very much prefer it if FEE itself became active in this sphere, instead of merely delegating the job of filming its magazine, THE FREEMAN, to University Microfilms. If you supplied me with all of Read’s articles and pamphlets, I would gladly film all of them. – I do have the ESSAYS ON LIBERTY, I – XII and a very incomplete set of THE FREEMAN. – In recent years FEE has extracted articles on certain subjects from THE FREEMAN and published them as special anthology books. – I would gladly fiche these, too, if I could get their O.K. for this. – J.Z.

READ. LEONARD E., Penalty of Surrender, 5pp, in PP 499, from: Having My Way.

READE, HARRY, Freedom in the Class, 1971, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

READER, PRINTER, CAMERA, DEVELOPER, DUPLICATOR & STORAGE OFFERS for microfiche, pages 529ff in PP 907-910. On reading machines compare especially PP 649.

READINESS IS ALL, 426. Without as full information as microfiche could provide? – J.Z.

READING MACHINES, used and cheap, Sydney suppliers, Oct. 89, 6 addresses, 29x, in PP 912. – Please send such addresses from other cities to LMP for listing.

READING, WHAT OUR BOYS ARE READING, PP 1074. (Sumner in 1880).

REAGAN, RONALD, PP 676. No mere actor or president can act sufficiently for liberty, for more than himself. – J.Z.

REAGAN, RONALD, President, extract from a speech, July, 1987, on An Economic Bill of Rights, 1p, in PP 789.


REAL BILLS DOCTRINE, PP 792, 815, 827, 865, 1185. See: BILLS OF EXCHANGE, CONVERTIBILITY, GOLD, CLEARING, MONETARY FREEDOM, BANKING PRINCIPLE. – See: Some references in the Enc. Brit., 1958 ed., pp, in PP 815. – For some discussion of the RBD see under Zube, John and Dowd, Kevin.

REAL ESTATE AND STOCK INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, THE, Rent Control in Microcosm. The Case of Canberra, 1980, CIS, 10pp, 29x, in PP 397.



REALIST, THE, No. 67, May 66, N.Y., ed. by Paul Krassner, special issue: Three authors in Search of Sadism. Articles on Sade by Geoffrey Wagner, R.A. Wilson & Saul Heller, 24pp, in PP 1279.

REAM, ROGER, Price Ceilings Harm the Poor, 4pp: 308, in PP 1529-33.

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

REASON AND LIBERTY, a newsletter from Seattle, an insert in LP NEWS, 7pp, in PP 1382/85: 142.

REASON AND LIBERTY, Newsletter of the LP, Seattle, Sep/Oct. 78, 8pp, in PP 1382/85: 142.

REASON FOUNDATION, new titles, 1p, 29x, in PP 333.

REASON PAPERS, 1p literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54.

REASON REPORT, No. 45, Nov./Dec. 1990, Santa Monica, Cal., 8pp, in PP 1117.

REASON, IN THE NAME OF REASON? PP 1052-61 (LA Philos. Notes 14), REASON, Libertarians Examine REASON, 1p in UPDATE, in PP 277.

REASON, See: RICHMAN, SHELDON, Uninformed, Simplistic, Ahistorical … REASON’s Attempt at Foreign Policy, a 2pp review of “Defending a Free Society”, ed. by Robert W. Poole, Jr., in PP 279.


REASONABLE ANSWER, THE, LP of Minnesota, issue 22, Sep/Oct. 76, 8pp, in PP 491.

REB, JOHNNY, Drive the IRS Wild – Safely and Legally, 1p: 73, in PP 1498.


REBEL LION, THE, No. 1, Summer 1997, 16pp, in PP 1440/42: 605.

REBEL WORKER GROUP, War, a 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 727.

REBEL WORKER, 2. Argentina: The F.O.R.A., a special supplement of REBEL WORKER on Syndicalism in Practice, 6pp, in PP 1232.

REBEL WORKER, sample of July 89, paper of the Anarcho Syndicalist Federation, 20pp, with article on the Social Control Conference, Sydney 1989, 29x, in PP 871.

REBEL WORKER, Special Supplement No. 4, on Syndicalism in Practice : Poland, 8pp, 29x, in PP 895.

REBEL WORKER, Special Supplement, Asia & The Pacific, No. 1: New Caledonia, 6pp, 29x, in PP 871.


REBERT, CHARLES S., Notes on Secession and the New Confederacy, 1p, in PP 1287/89p392. (Deals only with COLLECTIVISTIC & GEOGRAPHICAL, not EXTERRITORIAL & INDIVIDUALISTIC Secessionism. – J.Z.)

REBMANN, KUPFER & CIE, Zuerich, Patentanwaltsbuero, Warnung vor Patentverwertungsbueros, 2. S., Auszug aus Broschuere, Ideenschutz, Verwertungsbueros, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 87. – Wer warnt vor Patentanwaelten und Patentgesetzen? ANALOG, unter John Campbell, spielte hier einst eine Rolle. – J.Z.




RECIPROCITY, See: ARMAND, E., La reciprocite, supplement a “l’en dehors”, mi-fevrier 1933, 15pp: 73, in PP 1489. – A basic precondition for it is individual secessionism towards the State, combined with exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities. – J.Z.

RECK, ANDREW J., Speculative Philosophy, 1p review by GEORGE H. SMITH, in PP 1367/68: 93.

RECKTENWALD, HORST CLAUS, An Adam Smith Renaissance anno 1976? The Bicentenary Output – A Reappraisal of his Scholarship, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 16, March 1978, 56-83, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p192. Headed: Smithian Scholarship.

RECLUS, ELIE, Female Kinship and Maternal Filiation, 19pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.

RECLUS, ELISEE AND ELIE, In Memoriam, compiled, edited and printed by Joseph Ishill, The Oriole Press, 1927, 362pp, in PP 990.

RECLUS, ELISEE, An Anarchist on Anarchy, 1897, 16pp, in PP 959.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Die Anarchie, 17pp, 29x, in PP 391.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Evolution & Revolution, 32 S., Vorworte von W. Baranowsky & R.E. Bell, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 5, in German, in PP 1154.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Evolution and Revolution, 18pp, 24x, in PP 383.

RECLUS, ELISEE, La Anarchia y la Iglesia, Buenos Aires, 1920, 15pp, 29x, in PP 871.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Man and Nature, 22pp, 2 essays: The impact of human nature on physical geography, from: L’Homme et la nature, 1864 & Concerning the awareness of nature in modern society, from: Du sentiment de la nature dans les societies modernes, 1866, First English translation by Jack Grancharoff, Aug. 95, in PP 1355: 1- 15.

RECLUS, ELISEE, On the Earth, 8pp: 678, in PP 1484/85.

RECLUS, ELISEE, On Vegetarianism, 8pp, from HUMANE REVIEW, Jan. 1901 & The Great Kinship (La Grande Famille), 7pp, from Edward Carpenter’s translation, publ. 1933 by ORIOLE PRESS, in PP 1355, p. 16-20.

RECLUS, ELISEE, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Elise Reclus, 2pp: 677, in PP 1484/85.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Verbrechen und Todesstrafe, 1910, 5 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Voorrede, 7pp, to KROPOTKIN, PETER, De Verovering van he Brood, in PP 468.

RECLUS, ELISEE, Vorrede zu PETER KROPOTKIN, Die Eroberung des Brotes, 4 S., in PP 468.

RECOGNITION, Moral & Political, PP 1 & 2, 15.

RECONSTRUIR, Buenos Aires, No. 77, Marzo/Abril 1972, 66pp: 106, in PP 1504.

RECONSTRUIR, Revista Libertaria, No. 48, Mayo – Junio de 1967, Buenos Aires, 50pp, sample, in PP 1134. Contains e.g. articles by Eugen Relgis, James J. Martin, Augustin Souiche & V. Munoz, in PP 1134.

RECOVERY, See: SUMMERS, BRIAN, Economic Recovery, 2pp: 357, in PP1529-33.

RECYCLING: See: LUFKIN, DAN W., Recycling at a Profit, 76, 2pp, in PP 1317: 138-139.

RED & BLACK, An Anarchist Journal, Sydney, then Quaama, Nos. 11 – 27, Winter 82 – Autumn 97, 772pp in 2 fiche: 1-841, in PP 1484/85. – Edited and published by JACK GRANCHAROFF. – The print is often so bad that I shied away, for years, from the chore of getting it ready for fiching. There was some improvement in this respect in recent issues. NOTE: Unsigned articles are ascribed to Jack Grancharoff. – J.Z.

RED AND BLACK, An Anarchist Journal, Sydney, Nos. 1-10, 461pp, 36x, in PP 412.

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

RED INDIANS, Claim to America, PP 1028/29, 1133, 1151.

RED INDIANS, Fight for Freedom, PP 243, 984, 1110.

RED INDIANS, Land Issue, PP 916, 1150.

RED INDIANS: CLIFTON, MERRIT, The First Americans Stand, 2p, in PP 1432/1439: 517, on Red Indians.

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

REDBEARD, RAGNAR (DESMOND, ARTHUR), Might Is Right or The Survival of the Fittest, from the undated Loompanics reprint, with some segments of the 1927 edition & a note by S.E. Parker and Rousseau’s view of the Right of the Strongest and a 6pp introduction by S.E. Parker and a review by Patrick Michael, first publication date unmentioned, 160pp, in PP 1113.

REDBEARD, RAGNAR, See: PARKER, S.E., Ragnar Redbeard and the Right of Might, 5pp: 16, in PP 1505. – Ibid: A Note on Ragnar Redbeard ( Arthur Desmond): 14. – The best refutation that I know, of this all too popular prejudice, can be found in the first few pages of Rousseau’s The Social Contract. But, try to improve further upon it. – J.Z.

REDBURN, TOM, White House Opposes Payroll-Tax Cut Plan, 1990, 1p, in CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

REDEMPTIONISM, METALLIC, BY THE ISSUER, COMPULSORY, for a forced and exclusive currency, sometimes also misnamed “free banking” policy, PP 1064. Compare Rothbard et al on 100% Gold Dollar.



REED, GARRY, Montessori goes to publish school, 1p, in PP 491.

REED, GARY FRANK, Berlin and the Division of Liberty, POLITICAL THEORY 8, Aug. 80, 365-380, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1455, headed: Isaiah Berlin on Liberty.

REED, LAWRENCE W., 7 Fallacies of Economics, 6pp: 254, in PP1529-33. – I would rather say: “on” economics. – The ten-thousands of fallacies of modern “anti-economics” or “neo-comics” should be alphabetically listed in an affordable encyclopaedia, together with the best refutations so far found. – J.Z.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Bad Politics Grow out of Farm Myths, 1p, in PP 480.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Debtor Status a Sign of Strength, 1p, in PP 480.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Economists and the Future, 11pp: 393, in PP1529-33.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Free … but the Patient Doesn’t Get Well, 2pp, in PP 499.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Free Market Ideas Are Winning, 1p, in PP 480.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Free Markets: Anti-Poverty Program that Works, 1p, in PP 480.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Protectionism, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p327, 333, 334.

REED, LAWRENCE W., Review, 1p, of: SAVAS, E.S., Privatizing the Public Sector: How to Shrink Government, Chatham House, J.J.,1983?, 164pp: 413, in PP 1529- 33.

REED, LAWRENCE W., The Great Depression, 14pp, in PP 923.

REES, JOHN, Ron Paul of Texas. An Exclusive Interview with the Libertarian Congressman on Carter’s Economics, 10pp: 144, in PP 1506/07.

REEVES, RICHARD, We’ll need draft for the war, 1p, APE reprint, n.d., no source given, in PP 1156.

REFERENDUM PARTY, THE, U.K., Spring 1996, 8pp newspaper, in PP 1334 /35: 243.

REFERENDUM, PP 1 & 2, 5, 15, 61/63, 399/401, 667, 709, 721, 736, 807, 873, 1062, 1987, 1089, 1095/96, 1102, 1126, 1131, 1136, see NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS,

REFERENDUM, See BERENS, LEWIS H. & SINGER, IGNATIUS, Government By The People, by the authors of “The Story of My Dictatorship”, 1885, 159pp, in PP 1136.


REFERENDUM, See JOHNSON, LEWIS JEROME, Prof., The Initiative and Referendum. An Effective Ally of Representative Government, 9th. edition, revised, 1915, 32pp, with 17 minor contributions on referendum, all in PP 1136.

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

REFERENDUM, See LIEB, HERMANN, The Initiative and Referendum, 1902, 178pp, in PP 1087.

REFERENDUM, See LOBINGER, CHARLES SUMNER, The People’s Law or Popular Participation in Law-Making, from ancient folk-moot to modern referendum, a study in the evolution of democracy and direct legislation, with an introduction of George Elliott Howard, N.Y., 1909, 450pp, in PP 1126.

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

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

REFERENDUM, See RITTINGHAUSEN, MARTIN, Direct Legislation by the People, 1850, 1897, 64pp, in PP 1136.

REFERENDUM, See STRACHEY, JOHN ST. LOE, The Referendum, A Handbook to the Poll of the People, Referendum, or Democratic Right of Veto on Legislation, 1924, 100pp, in PP 1136.

REFERENDUM, See WALKER, GEOFFREY DE Q., Initiative and Referendum: The People’s Law, CIS, 1985, 220pp, indexed, in 721. – Synopsis in PP 873. – See: Democracy & Direct Democracy.

REFERENDUM, See: BOOTH, ROBIN, The Last of New Zealand First, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 222. – An attack on conventional referenda. Too many overlook that there is a limited libertarian case for referenda: a) When applicable to volunteers only and b) When in FAVOUR of individual rights. Libertarians should oppose only those referenda that are territorially applied to dissenters or those that restrict individual rights of those ready to claim them. – Within panarchies volunteers would enjoy or suffer under the direct or representative democratic systems, or any other, that they have chosen for themselves. – PIOT, J.Z. 9/96.

REFERENDUM, Some Clippings on Referendums or Volksabstimmungen, mainly in German, 19 sheets, in PP 1131.

REFERENDUM: See: WALKER, GEOFFREY DE Q., The People’s Law, 14pp, a short version of his book, same title, in PP 1378/81: 471.

REFORMERS, PP 242, 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 62). Generally, they are more ready to reform others than themselves. And more ready to use legal coercion than to set voluntaristic examples. The territorial monopolies may have conditioned them to think and act intolerantly. – J.Z.

REFORMS, Individuals or Circumstances or Institutions? PP 428ff:S.2236,

REFORMS, PP 369, 1112, Compare: Revolution.



REFUGEES, PP 6, 428ff (e.g. S. 1506).

REFUTATIONS HANDBOOK, PP 1 & 2, 75, 598, 612, 997. See e.g. FEE’s Cliches of Socialism, Rebuttal Operation. Compare: Slogans for Liberty, Encyclopedia of Definitions.

REFUTATIONS: 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.


REGISTRY OF CO-OPERATIVES, Bankstown, NSW, Simple Steps to Forming a Co-Operative, 1993, 14pp: 94, in PP 1470. With 16 pages of forms: Disclosure Statement, Forecasted Profit and Loss Statement, Primary Objectives Statement, 108. – Before you even start – you will be drowned in paper work! – J.Z.

REGISTRY OF COOPERATIVES, Department of Fair Trading, A Guide to Co-operatives, 1996, 15pp: 123, in PP 1470.

REGISTRY OF COOPERATIVES, Rules of …… Registered under the Co-Operatives Act, 1992, 43pp: 136, in PP 1470. – Governments, instead of merely collecting and publishing model contracts and statutes, as well as their own preferences and recommendations, do tend to prescribe those forms, procedures and other details which are, temporarily, popular or fashionable with them or their “experts”. Their special legislation and regulations for coops governments have probably more hindered than promoted the establishment and success of cooperatives. – J.Z., 30.12.97.

REGNERY, FREDERICH & BLOCK, WALTER, Capitalism: Friend or Foe? 2pp from CHALCEDON REPORT, Sep. 97: 195, in PP 1470.

REGULATIONS, PP 290, 397, 418/19p104, 602, 720, 722, 723, 733, 928, 935, 1027, 1105, 1089, 1108, 1139, 1146, see Deregulation.

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

REGULATIONS, See: CRONIN, SEAN, Government Regulation Is Government Monopoly, 2pp, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 79: 61, in PP 1516.

REGULATIONS, See: REYNOLDS, ALAN, The Hidden Cost of Taxation by Regulation, 7pp: 116, in PP 1506/07.

REHMKE, GREG, Black Markets, Parallel Societies, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 198. – On black markets especially in Poland, Peru & China.

REHMKE, GREG, Black Markets: Parallel Societies, 2pp, from ECON’87, of FEE, in PP 1272: 52.

REHMKE, GREGORY F., Who Is Destroying the World’s Forests? 4pp, from THE FREEMAN, Nov. 89, in PP 918.

REICH, CHARLES A., See: LUCE, BARBRA T., The Greening of Reich: Review of Charles A. Reich, The Greening of America, 1p: 114, in PP 1469.

REICH, WILHELM ET AL, Published Orgonomic Literature, through Interlibrary Loan on microfiche, home page only, 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 402.

REICH, WILHELM, Bibliography on Orgone Biophysics, u. Zeittafel, 2 S., 36x, in PP 736

REICH, WILHELM, Hoer Zu, Kleiner Mann, 90 pp, from the 1975 reprint of : Verlag Freie Gesellschaft, in PP 831.

REICH, WILHELM, See PP 414p245, 812, REICHERT, WILLIAM O., A Lesson in Anarchism, What the political scientists don’t bother to tell us, Winter 77, 11pp, 29x, in PP 243.

REICHERT, WILLIAM O., Natural Right in the Political Philosophy of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, JLS 4, Winter 80, 77-91, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1174, headed: Society, State, and Right in Proudhon.

REICHERT, WILLIAM O., Partisans of Freedom, A Study in American Anarchism, 1976, with selected bibliography and index, 602pp, 29x, in PP 357-358. (Among the olympic winners on this subject, in my books. – J.Z.)

REICHERT, WILLIAM, Anarchism, Freedom and Power, reviewed, in 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 77.

REID, ALAN, The Vietnam Protest, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.

REID, HARRY, Beyond Government, 1994, contents list only, 1p, in PP 1534: 89.

REID, HARRY, Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1578.

REID, SCOTT, Canada’s Reform Party. Libertarians in Sheep’s Clothing? 1p, in PP 1287/89p.407.

REID, T.R., Review, 1p, The Washington Post, Sep. 10, 84, of: Third Parties in America: Citizen Response to Major Party Failure, by Steven J. Rosenstone, Roy L. Behr & Edward H. Lazarus, Princeton UP, 266pp, in PP 1273. Exterritorial autonomy, initiated by individual and minority group secessionism, could pose a real challenge. Elections rarely do, especially when rigged by the major parties. Each party should rule itself and its followers. Then it would have no one else to blame for its mistakes. – J.Z.

REILLY, MICHAEL, panarchistic notes from TC 94 – 98, with comments by J. Zube, part of 11 pp, page 52ff, also 3pp, page 63ff, 29x, in PP 869

REINDUSTRIALIZATION, See: DOW, CHARLES R., LA, If We Want Re-industrialization, 7pp: 586, in PP 1529-33.

REINDUSTRIALIZATION, See: HAWKINS, WILLIAM R., Re-industrialization: The Capital Question, 8pp: 276, in PP 1529-33.

REINER, E. LUCA, Why Can’t we Be Friends? Notes of an Anarcha-Feminist, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1155.

REINHARD, KLAUS, A Possible Conclusion of the Information Paradigm, 2pp, in PP 1,035.

REINHARD, KLAUS, Priorities for Cryonics Research, 1p: 249, in PP 1293/95.

REINHARD, KLAUS, Wie der Mensch den Tod Besiegt, Technische Verfahren zur Unsterblichkeit, 1987, 215 S., mit einem 1992 Vorwort u. Nachwort, indexiert, mit Korrespondenz, 1990-92 zw. K. Reinhard & John Zube, 13pp, in PP 1,035.

REISER, OLIVER L., Scientific Humanism as Creative Morality, 1949, 22pp, in Haldeman-Julius public. B-832, with reply, in PP 1207.

REISMAN, GEORGE, Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics, 1996, abstract only, 1998, 1p, giving chapters, in PP 1537: 207. – “The author … develops a defense of capitalism as an non-religious moral philosophy in the genre of Ayn Rand.”

REISSIG, DAVE, New Future, 29pp, in PP 1357: 73.

REISSIG, DAVE, Religion, 4pp, in PP 1357: 80. – His individual sovereignty views seem to be merely those of SOVEREIGN PRESS. The latter does not want me to reproduce its material. What I have of it did not impress me. – J.Z.

REISSIG, DAVE, Some Letters and Statements, with 3 letters by John Zube to David Reissig, 1987/88, 10pp, in PP 1357: 63.

REITH, GARY, notes on panarchism in TC 106, commented on by J. Zube in TC 108, part of 7pp, 29x, in PP 870.

REITH, GERRY, on fiching, 1 p, in TC, No. 106, of 12 Sep. 82, with my reply, 2pp, 1989 (after he had died!), in PP 907-910.

REITH, Peter, M.H.R., Blueline Document, The Constitutional Commission: Labor’s Secret Agenda? 4pp, 1986, 29x, in PP 729.

RELGIS, EUGEN, Evocando a Pierre Ramus, in RECONSTRUIR, No. 48, in PP 1134.

RELGIS, EUGEN, Prologo a la primera edicion, 14pp, in PP 1400: 80. – To: NETTLAU, MAX, La Pax Mundial.

RELGIS, EUGEN, The Principles of Humanism, 10pp, with a 3pp introduction, 1931, by Joseph Ishill, in 1974 reprint, in PP 1239.

RELGIS, EUGEN, Un dia en Viena con Max Nettlau, 1930, 14p, in PP 1400: 99.




RELIGION & MORES, PP 242, 424.


RELIGION, See: BENSON, REX, What Shall we Do with the God People? 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 313. – Tolerate them – as long as they tolerate you! – J.Z.


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

RELIGION, See: PP 373/75, 534.

RELIGION, See: SMITH, GEORGE H., Christianity and Liberty, 2pp, RELIGIOUS NOTES No. 8: 111, in PP 1516.

RELIGIOUS COALITION FOR A MORAL DRUG POLICY, Press Release on conference on drug legalization, 7pp, 1990, in PP 1362/63: 120.



REMEMBER THE MAN… REMEMBER THE TIMES, No. 60: Betty Lou Smith Hanson, on the book OTHER LOSSES, which dealt with atrocities against German prisoners of war and losses among refugees, 4pp, in PP 1252. Atrocities are, alas, rarely quite one-sided. Notions of collective responsibility of e.g. tax and conscription victims for the crimes of their rulers, are quite common, on all sides. – J.Z.

REMNANT REVIEW, by Gary North, September 18, 1981, voL. 8, No.18, sample, 8pp, 48x, in PP 739.

RENAISSANCE, A theoretical and critical journal of science fiction, ed. by John J. Pierce, published by N.L.E., VI/9, 8pp. It was included in N. L. Notes 36: 41. VI/10 of 74, in PP 1350: 73.


RENE BAXTER LETTER, THE, Sample & leaflets, 1975, 8pp, 29x, in PP 867.

RENEWAL, March 82, vol. I, No. 19, sample of Mark Satin’s newsletter, 4pp, 29x, in PP 727.

RENNA, THOMAS, Monastic Attitudes toward War, 850-1150, MICHIGAN ACADEMICIAN 12, Spring 80, 417-421, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1458, headed: Medieval Monks on War and Peace.

RENNA, THOMAS, The Idea of Peace in the West, 500-1150, JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY 6, 1980, 143-167, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1457, headed: The Idea of Peace: 500-1150.

RENT CONTROL, PP 397, 722, 1015, 1031, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 60), 1122, 1139, 1153, see Housing, Homelessness.

RENT CONTROL, See Editorial, MINNESOTA LIBERTARIAN, Look Out – Here Comes Rent Control, 1p, in PP 492, p 164.

RENT CONTROL, see MOORHOUSE, JOHN C., Book Review of: Rent Control: A Popular Paradox, ed. by M.A. Walker, Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1975, 3pp, in PP 1153.

RENT CONTROL, see New York’s Sacred Cow, an adv. for Scott Gardner’s book against rent control, 1p, in PP 1122.

RENT CONTROL, See: FRIEDMAN, MILTON & STIGLER, GEORGE J., Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem, FEE, 1946, Popular Essays on Current Problems, vol. 1, No. 2, Sep. 1946, 22pp, in PP 1228.

RENT CONTROL, see: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Another Attack on the Rent Acts, 1991, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 60, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

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

RENT CONTROL: THEROUX, DAVID, Rent Control = People Control, 2pp, in PP 1425: 23.

RENT STRIKE? PP 731. Even individualists have all too often and to a great extent been infected by primitive communist ideas. – J.Z.



REPLOGLE, HENRY, Bibliographische Notizen, 12 S., zu James L. Walker, Die Philosophie des Egoismus, 29x, in PP 410.

REPLOGLE, HENRY, biographical sketch of JAMES L WALKER, 29x, in PP 878.

REPORT ON FREEEDOM, 3 & 5/1975, 1 & 5/1976, 16pp, in PP 933.

REPORT TO SUPPORTERS, # 2, Spring 1986 to # 4, Fall 1987, & # 6, Sum. 1988 to # 8, Win. 1990, 24pp, in PP 1425: 31.

REPORT, June 1997, 1p, 121, in PP 1453.

REPORTER, THE, for conscience’s sake, May 1985, sample copy, 6pp, 29x, in PP 726


REPRIVATIZATION MODEL FOR SOCIALIST FIRMS, PP 1007. (If they were not merely state “socialized” but genuinely and ideally socialistic ones, then they would also be ideally capitalistic, propertarian, decentralized and self-managing ones and would not need “restructuring”. Compare the all-over reprivatization scheme in 19C, whose anticipation, on the capital market, could also finance all the libertarian propaganda required to bring it about, while repaying the tax victims at least his share from what remains of government loot. – J.Z.)

REPRIVATIZATION, PP 19C, 740. See Denationalization, Privatization, Expropriation of the Bureaucracy.



REPUBLICANISM, see Irvine, Leigh H., What Is Americanism? in PP 956.

REPUBLIK CISKEI, Development reports, in German, from DIE WELT, 4 Dec. 1986, 16pp: 95, in PP 1505. – Some free enterprise is permitted there. – J.Z.

REPUDIATION OF THE NATIONAL DEBT, See: HUMMEL, JEFFREY ROGERS, Should We Repudiate the National Debt? 2pp, in PP 277/278: 38.


RESARTUS, SARTOR, Die Soziale Revolution, Anarchie und Demokratie, 1910, 6 S., 29x, in PP 349. (Je mehr man versucht ueber viele Allgemeinheiten zugleich zu sprechen, um so weniger kann man sagen. – J.Z.)

RESCHER, NICHOLAS, Peirce and the Economy of Research, PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 43, 1977, 71-98, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p300, headed: The Costs of Research.

RESEARCH CENTRE FOR MONETARY AND FINANCIAL FREEDOM, 1984/5 literature list, 8pp, with earlier 2p listing & Preliminary Bibliography and Address List, 48x, in PP 647, 2pp literature listing, 24x, in PP 50-54, Literature List, 1988, 24pp, in PP 765 & 818. Supplementary List of Free Banking Titles in PP issues Nos. 766-816, 11pp, in PP 818. 124 pp of bibliographical notes on monetary freedom in PP 1022.

RESEARCH CENTRE FOR MONETARY AND FINANCIAL FREEDOM, Discussion Paper No. 7, 1952, 1977, by Ulrich von Beckerath and John Zube, German School on Money, 8 pp, 29x in PP 732



RESERVE BANK OF AUSTRALIA, letter to David Zube, 4 Sep. 84, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

RESIN, M.B., Socialism & Anarchism, PP 988.

RESIST THE DRAFT, n.d., no author, typical anarchist leaflet, 1p, in PP 1401: 140. – Strong in language & emotion, weak in constructive thought. – J.Z.

RESISTANCE, RIGHT TO RESIST, PP 532, 730, 774, 1112,

RESISTANCE, See: NATIONAL RESISTANCE COMMITTEE, A Statement of Resistance, 1p, against the draft, in PP 492.

RESISTANCE, VOLUNTARYIST, PP 1152/53. See Nonviolence, Social Defence.


RESOURCE DIRECTORY, 1986, by Archives Project, 90pp, 42x, in PP 637.

RESOURCE RENTALS FOR REVENUE ASSOCIATION, THE, Auckland, N.Z., Submission to the Prime Ministerial Task Force on Unemployment, 28.7.94, presented by Robert Keall, Hon. Sec., 6pp, in PP 1325: 119. – From one who is misled on this subject to others, who are prejudiced. See especially PP 10. – J.Z., 6.6.96.

RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT THINKING CATALOG, 11pp, in PP 1325: 102. – 2pp leaflet, in PP 1325: 98.

RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT THINKING REVIEW, Lakewood, CA, I/1, Winter 94, edited by Sharon Presley, sample copy, freebee from LFB, 12pp, in PP 479. Short reviews, libertarian, with stress on psychology.

RESOURCES PROGRESSIVE MAILING LISTS, Card received already 1990, in PP 1323: 69. Alternative Movements.

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


RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONVICTS, See PP 14 & 15. When restitution for convicts includes ALL damages and costs, for unsolved crimes of the same kind, too, it will also come close to a severe retribution and deterrent. And when restitution is ALWAYS enforced then criminals with victims will tend to rehabilitate themselves. – J.Z. – See: Crime, Prisons.


RESPONSIBILITY, PP 589/90, see Individual Responsibility, Collective Responsibility.

RESPONSIBILITY, See: BLACKWELL, RUSSELL, Autonomy and Responsibility, 4pp: 135, in PP 1515.


RESPONSIBLE ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION, Here Too The Thing Is Happening, 12pp, 1956, 29x, in PP 896.


Restitution rather than continuing tribute payments! For details see Peace Plans 19 C. That could get rid of the whole political super-structure, too and bring unexpected riches, at least in some countries, like Australia, to the average person. And the privatization of such assets can also be utilized as the capital base for a credit to finance, in relatively free countries, a successful election campaign by a libertarian party and in others a revolutionary overthrow of e.g. a totalitarian regime, with the expenditures involved taken out as a commission, in the final settlement. In other words, the real assets of the Red Chinese, the North Korean and the North Vietnamese and the Cuban regimes could be mobilized against them, not only their military and other manpower, for whose mobilization and liberation much more libertarianism is to be applied than is expressed in “isolationism” and conventional “libertarian” defence proposals. The more comprehensively libertarian an e.g. anti-totalitarian revolution, resistance, liberation or defence becomes, the less blood is likely to be spilt and the less property to be destroyed. Wars can be transformed into no more than mere policing actions, combined with consumer sovereignty or free voting by individuals towards alternative and volunteer communities for themselves. Sorry for this seemingly irrelevant side-tracking. It may help, though, to break up the tediousness of reading one title after another. J.Z., 5/89.)

RESTITUTION: SCHULMAN, J. NEIL, Ownership and Restitution: A Reply to Robert LeFevre, 2pp, 76, in PP 1345/46: 29. — LEFEVRE, ROBERT, Ownership and Restitution: A Rebuttal (to J. Neil Schulman), 76, 2pp, in PP 1345/46: 35.

RETAIL TRADERS AS POTENTIAL COOPERATIVE ISSUERS OF THEIR OWN SHOP FOUNDATION CURRENCIES, See: GLOBUS & DIE WELT, 26 Mai 1987, Die Vielfalt im Einzelhandel, Ausschnitt, 1 S.: 79, in PP 1493. – A statistic on German retail trade, which is instructive on the spread of the “cover” provided by “shop foundation” for alternative and competing currencies. Their stocks of goods, together with the services of service providers, are the only “cover” required for sound, optional and competitive local currencies. These currencies could and should be issued by their local associations, without let or hindrance by any government. They should also be freed to choose whatever standard of value THEY and their customers prefer – for their currencies, prices, fees and contracts. With this “cover” mobilized to its limits (e.g. acceptance at par), mass unemployment could be abolished within days or even hours. – PIOT, J.Z., 22.12.1997. – Stocks of retailers, ready for sale, are currently A $ 74.8 billion, not counting the service sector at all: THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, June 2, 98, page 6, top.

RETLAW, KEITH, Crime in America, 6pp, in PP 1445: 8.

RETORT, a quarterly journal of Anarchism, art, and reviews. Here only THE MATCH! Historic Reprint Series: Special Anthology Issue, 1941- 1951, 64pp, 29x, in PP 895.

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


RETTIG, H. NOEL, Pastor, Stirner’s Usefulness for Theology, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 486 & 489.

REUTER, 28 March 88, Troops in as Noriega Warns Banks to Open, clipping, in PP 787.

REUTER, GABRIELE, John Henry Mackay, a literary study, 11pp, 24x, in PP 60.

REUTER, GABRIELE, John Henry Mackay, eine literarische Studie, DIE GESELLSCHAFT, Muenchen, Jhg. 1891, 4. Quartal, S. 1304 -1314, 10 S., in PP 1328: 63.

REUTER, Yeltsin begs his people to cooperate on taxes, 1p, in PP 1400: 118. – Due to a tax strike public servants can’t be paid! If they offered only competitive services, at competitive prices, payable in service-based currencies of their own, on an optional and stable value standard, they would have less difficulties in selling them. Tributes to monopolists and coercers were rarely very popular. – J.Z.

REUTERS, Library System opens new chapter, 1p, 1998, on the wastefulness of public libraries: 125, in PP 1514. – However, one could rightly ask: Why haven’t the freedom lovers of the world established so far even a single comprehensive, private and cooperative freedom library and information service, one that sells cheap duplicates of its texts? Why haven’t they used, sufficiently, e.g. photocopies, microfiche, floppy disks, scanners and text only CD-ROMs for this? They do not even offer a combined list of their texts in print, in any medium and of their audio- and videotapes. One can’t blame public libraries and their librarians as being the only culprits. DO NOT EXPECT THEM TO PROVIDE COMPLETE LIBRARY SERVICES, EVER, LEAST OF ALL ON FREEDOM SUBJECTS. That will have to be a self-help job. The affordable technology for this exists already but the goal and the will are still missing, in most libertarian heads. Why haven’t they even agreed on this aim? – J.Z., 10.11.1998.

REUVEKAMP, DOOR A., Wat Is Humanisme? 1p leaflet. Source? Date? Dutch? In PP 1076.

REVEIL DE L’ESCLAVE, Group of Paris, What Do Individualists Want? A 1920 manifesto, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 344.

REVEL, J.-F., The Flight from Truth…, 1990, 408pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.


REVIEW OF AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, 2nd. vol., by The Mises Institute, Fall 87. 1p announcement. Contains several free banking articles, 29x, in PP 866.

REVIEW of Libertarian Politics and Alternative Lifestyles, 2 issues,1980 & 1981,edited by Jill Taylor and Bob James, 29x, in PP 608.

REVIEW OF REVIEWS, Orbituary to John Morley, 1838-1923, Sep. 2, 2pp, in PP 807.

Review only, 1p, by FEDER, DONALD, in PP 276: 45. Seems to be an excellent historical novel about Paine.

REVISIONISM, PP 8, 55, 369, 410, 984, 1027, 1052-61 (Historical Notes 4), 1133,

REVISIONISM, See: EVERS, BILL, Maddox Attacks Revisionism, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 11.

REVISIONISM, See: LIBERTARIAN REVISIONIST ZINE, No. 9 & 10, 4pp, in PP 1418: 53 & 86.

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

REVISIONIST PRESS, THE, 2pp literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54.

REVISTO, SAL, Mathematics, Mind, and Society: An Anarchist Theory of Inquiry and Education, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1541/42: 415.

REVOLUTION & REFORMISM, See: GAMBONE, L., Revolution & Reformism, 19pp, 1995, in PP 1355: 58.

REVOLUTION, A Journal of 21st Century Though, No. 1, Autumn 1985, Onondaga Hill Station, Syracuse, N.Y., 79pp, in PP 1170.


REVOLUTION, PP 12, 61-63, 176, 216 (Proudhon), 244, 391 (Rothbard), 399-401, 700, 980, 1074, 1123, 1165,

REVOLUTION, PROGRAMME FOR A REVOLUTION, As a Deterrent against War, PP 1 & 2. See also PP 16-18 & 61-63. Most wars could be prevented by timely, well conducted and liberating revolutions. – J.Z.


REVOLUTION, See: SERGVEN, M., Paths of Revolution, 3pp: 7, in PP 1501.



REVOLUTION: BERNHARDT, PETER, Die verratene Revolution 1918/19, 92, 8S. in PP 1408: 68. – Was any of the revolutionary programs of that time essentially libertarian? Some libertarians did participate – but that happened also in the Russian Revolutions and Counter-revolutions. – J.Z., 10.10.97.

REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE, see BEER in PP 864, also: 61-63, 16-18, Liberation, Desertion, Tyrannicide,

REVOLUTIONS, LIBERTARIAN, See: BAKER, ROBERT P., Some Aspects of Libertarian Revolution, 12pp, in PP 274: 104.

REX, MOBIUS, Electromagnetic “Free Energy” Technology in Review, Part I, Solid-State Generators, 6pp, NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.

REY, JOSHUA, Cognitive Dissonance, Markets & the Labour Party, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

REY, URJO, GELDANARCHIE, 1931, 61 S., 24x, in PP 282.

REY, URJO, Money Anarchism, Geldanarchie, in French, in PP 936.

REYBAUD, M. LOUIS, Economistes Modernes, – M. Richard Cobden, M. Frederic Bastiat, M. Michel Chevalier, M. John Stuart Mill, M. Leon Faucher & M. Pellegrino Rossi, Paris, 1862, 439pp, in PP 1096.

REYNOLDS, ALAN, Review of: FRIEDMAN, MILTON, An Economist’s Protest, 1p: 21, in PP 1468.

REYNOLDS, ALAN, The Hidden Cost of Taxation by Regulation, 7pp: 116, in PP 1506/07.

REYNOLDS, BARBARA & WENDY BUCHERT, President Should Force Schools to Compete, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139. Would it be the use of “force” if the government subsidies were ended? – J.Z.

REYNOLDS, MORGAN O., How to Reduce Crime, 7pp: 531, in PP 1529-33.

REYNOLDS, MORGAN O., Unions and Violence, 9pp: 372, in PP 1529-33.

REYNOLDS, NEIL, The Protection Racket, 32pp, in PP 1,004.

RHEINGOLD, HOWARD, On “virtual communities” on the Internet, 4pp in Cooperatives and Community MTM, in PP 1238. – The more community services are exchanged on the network, between like-minded people, regardless of their territorial location, the more would such exchange communities become panarchies. Security and arbitration services would be most important. But let us start with all freedom ideas, since all too many of them are still unknown even to most freedom lovers. – J.Z.

RHOADS, DAVID E., The Fed Did It! (Money & Banking Explained), 1979, 44pp: 76, in PP 1519. – I liked only part of his analysis and his general proposal on page 35 and do oppose his “credit-creation” notions. Most importantly, he is one of the still all too few monetary freedom advocates. – J.Z.

RHODE ISLAND & MONETARY FREEDOM, See: TANNER, EARL C., Rhode Island, A Brief History, 1955. Here only a 10pp extract of its chapter on money and banking, in PP 1365: 61.

RHODES BOYSON, The Rise and Fall of a Myth, 10pp, 2, in PP 1450.

RHODES, MICHAEL, Crisis in the Environment, 6pp, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

RHODES, MICHAEL, Crisis in the Environment, part 3, 1p: 99, in PP 1469.

RIACH, DOUGLS C., Daniel O’Connell and American Anti-Slavery, IRISH HISTORICAL STUDIES, Ireland, 20, Mar. 77, 3-25, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p815, headed: O’Connell, Anti-Slavery, and Freedom.

RIBAS, JOSE, Das Leben im Kibbutz, 12 S., 1971: 3, in PP 1523.

RIBAS, JOSE, La Vida En El Kibbutz, 12pp: 93, in PP 1504.

RICARDO, DAVID, Lesestueck, 1846, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 29x, in PP 620.

RICE, CHARLES E., The American Constitution revisited, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 261. – From: THE NEW AMERICAN, July 88.

RICE, MARK, Dealing Without Dollars: Toward a Barter Community, 6pp, 29x, in PP 865.


RICH, HOWIE, Can we Have too many Candidates?, 1p, in PP 277/278: 90.

RICH, PAUL J., Chains of Empire, 1991, 266pp, with index and bibliography, in PP 1,025.

RICH, PAUL J., editor, A Scholar’s Guide to 19th Century Fraternal Society, Bibliography, Catalogue of Books in the Library at Freemason’s Hall, London 1887, with supplement, 1895, 1888,1895, 144pp, in PP 1,023.

RICH, PAUL J., editor, A Scholar’s Guide to Fraternal Grand Lodges : A Western Australian Example, Golden Jubilee History, 1900 – 1950, Grand Lodge of Western Australia of Antient, Free and Accepted Masons, Scholar’s Guide Series II, 1950, 80pp, in PP 1,023.

RICH, PAUL J., Elixir of Empire. The English Public Schools, Ritualism, Freemasonry and Imperialism, 1989, 152, with bibliography, indexed, in PP 1,023.

RICH, PAUL J., The Invasions of the Gulf, 1991, 330pp, indexed, with bibliography, in PP 1,026.

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

RICHARD WAGNER, See: FIRTH, IAN, Richard Wagner and the Anarchist Movement, 8pp: 805, in PP 1484/85.

RICHARDS, EDWARD C.M. & RALPH T. TEMPLIN, Fathers and Sons, 6pp, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.

RICHARDS, JUDITH, MULLIGAN, LOTTE, & GRAHAM, JOHN K., Property and People: Political Usages of Locke and Some Contemporaries, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 42, Jan/Mar 81, 29-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1877, headed: Locke, “property” & Natural Rights.

RICHARDS, NORVIN, Using People, MIND 87, Jan. 78, 98-104, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p293, headed: Freedom and Using Others.

RICHARDS, R.D., The Early History of Banking in England, 1929,1958,1965, 319pp, indexed & with bibliography, 36x, in PP 717.

RICHARDS, VERNON, Spain 1936-1939: Social Revolution – Counter Revolution, ed. by V.R., Freedom Press, 1990, 1p, in PP 1534: 107.

RICHARDSON, J., Regulation or Reprivatisation of the Health Care Sector: Which Path Should Australia Follow? 32pp, 1986, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.

RICHARDSON, PAT, We Didn’t Appreciate our Own Needs for Separateness – We Attempted to Live too Closely, 1p from MODERN UTOPIAN, in PP 1386/91: 791. – One can peacefully and satisfactorily live physically close and yet, constitutionally, legally, juridically, ideologically, religiously and by lifestyle miles apart. Panarchism merely extends that practice as far as possible. – J.Z., 2.10.9.

RICHES FOR ALMOST EVERYBODY: CALDWELL, DON, Enriching the Masses, 3pp from FREEDOM MAGAZINE, in PP 1430/31: 233. – Investing in the enterprises one works for or purchasing them with industrial bonds or current bank savings, proper investments, protected from government grabs, in old age security, expropriating the bureaucracy, free banking and financial freedom, could lead to relative riches for almost everybody, in some countries, like Australia, immediately. See PP 19C. – J.Z.

RICHMAN, SHEL, H.L. Mencken, Inspiration for Individualists, 3pp: 595, in PP 1457/62.

RICHMAN, SHELDON & DUNN, MICHAEL, Disarmament, Pro & Con, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 831. – One can be for disarmament regarding inherently wrongful mass extermination devices or refuse to recognize them as weapons at all because they are not sufficiently directable against real enemies only. At the same time one can favour more fire arms and other weapons or resistance options in the hands of freedom lovers trained to use them rightfully and well, when ultimately necessary. There are not merely two sides to this question. – J.Z., 21.9.97.

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

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., No Merit in Reagan’s Nuclear Defence Plan. “Star Wars” is a diversion, 1p, in PP 277/278: 217.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., A Free Market for Health Care, 5pp, in PP 499.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Branden lectures in N.Y., “This Disowned Self”, 1p, in PP 1287/89p425.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Capitalism, Socialism, or a “Third Way”? 1p from CHALCEDON REPORT, Nov. 97: 201, in PP 1470.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Carter for President, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Carter’s Fascist Revival, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Do We Need The Government’s Permission For Everything? 1p from CHALCEDON REPORT, Dec. 97, 824, in PP 1457/62.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Dumping, the Bogeyman of World Trade, part I, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 22.RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Freedom Works, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 156.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Freedom vs. Force, 1980, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 311.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Freedom vs. Sozialism, 2pp, 24x in PP 48-49.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Hummel vs. Dunn: On disarmament, 2pp, in PP 1297.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., In Defence of the Randian Argument, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 222.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Libertarianism vs. Socialism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Pearl Harbour: The Controversy Continues, 5pp, in PP 499.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Private Property, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Review of: MAX SINGER, Passage to a Human World, 1p, 24x, in PP 914.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Rockefeller’s Draconian Drug Law, 4pp, 1978, in PP 1362/63: 23.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Smoke if You Want, and Pay for it, 1p, from CHALCEDON REPORT, Oct. 97, 202, in PP 1470.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Taxes in the Electronic Global Market, 1p from CHALCEDON REPORT, Sep. 97: 200, in PP 1470.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Campaign Finance Red Herring, 1p, 123, in PP 1453.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The CIA, 5pp, in PP 499. (I still hold that many of its targets could and should have been rightfully targeted. But tyrannicide should not be a monopoly of the CIA. – J.Z., 6.12.95.)

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Consequences of WW II, 5pp, in PP 499.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Election that Was, on the Clark/Reagan presidential election, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Great Budget Deception, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Nature of Physical Force, 1p, incomplete, in PP 1409/10: 134.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The New Japan-Bashers, 3pp, in PP 1165.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The Right Wing Attacks — Again, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., The State of Mind Address, CHALCEDON REPORT, May 97, 1p, 122, in PP 1453.

RICHMAN, SHELDON L., Uninformed, Simplistic, Ahistorical … Reason’s Attempt at Foreign Policy, a 2pp review of POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Defending a Free Society, in PP 279: 124.

RICHMAN, SHELDON, Time to Bid the Political UN Farewell, 1p essay in the Jan. 98 ed. of CHALCEDON REPORT, in PP 1510/11: 409.

RICKENBACHER REPORT, THE, Advertisement, 1p: 143, in PP 1457/62.

RICKENBACKER, WILLIAM F., The Case for Gold. The Case for Silver, 1970, 58pp, in PP 1401: 98.

RICKENBACKER, WILLIAM, The Twelve Year Sentence: Radical Views of Compulsory Schooling, 1p review by JOSEPH R. PEDEN, in PP 1367/68: 59.

RICKER, MARILLA M., A Square Deal, on Thomas Paine, in PP 1163.

RICKMAN, THOMAS CLIO, Life of Thomas Paine, 85pp, in PP 1163.

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, and a 40pp list of the publications of Peter Eckler: The Library of Liberal Classics, in PP 1164.

RICO, PP 1139.

RIDDLE, CHUCK, The addiction of drug legalization’s myths, 1990, BROADSIDE, 1p, in PP 1362/63: 28.

RIDER, DICK, Computer Guerilla Warfare, 1p, on a computerized letter writing campaign, in PP 1325: 76. At least the postal monopoly would benefit. – J.Z.

RIDGLEY, William B., Gold Reserve National Bank Notes, 1903, 11pp, in PP 745.

RIDLEY, F.A., Divide and Rule. A Study in British Diplomacy – past, present and future, 2pp: 7, in PP 1525. – That’s top-down division, not bottoms-up division via individual secession and voluntary associationism. If Diplomats had pursued the latter policy, then peace, freedom, justice and prosperity could have been realized long ago. Timid steps were made towards recognizing governments in exile but always those only with the same wrongful territorial aspirations. Recognition of all governments in exile – and of all internal minorities – with exterritorial autonomy aspirations only, would have been quite another thing. This kind of voluntary “fragmentation” could have led to stable competing governments and world federations. – J.Z.

RIDLEY, F.A., The Natural History of Satan, part II, The Christian Devil, 4pp, article from NOW, London, No. 7, Fall 1941: 298, in PP 1447/49.

RIEDESEL, PAUL L., Who Was Harriet Martineau? JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SOCIOLOGY 3, Spring 81, 63-78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1886, headed: Harriet Martineau’s Social Thought.

RIEDL, FRANZ, Das stufenlose Universalgetriebe, Interview, aufgenommen von Fritz Stiep, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 209.

RIEGEL, E.C., Abundance through Money Control, excerpts from “Private Enterprise Money”, 104pp, 29x, in PP 544.

RIEGEL, E.C., As a Monetary Freedom Advocate, PP 55.

RIEGEL, E.C., Beclouded Revolution, 6pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., Credit Limits under the Valun System, 10pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., Democracy Realized, 8pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., Design Requirements for a Personal Enterprise Monetary System, 10pp, 24x, in PP 77-78. (Appendix to: The New Approach to Freedom.)

RIEGEL, E.C., Dollar Doomsday, Inflation Dooms the Dollar, 1941, 81pp, 24x, in PP 79.

RIEGEL, E.C., Flight from Inflation: The Monetary Alternative, edited by Spencer Heath MacCallum and George Morton, 1978, 191pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., Ignorance of Money, 3pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., Manarchy, 5pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., Private Enterprise Money, 1944, 174pp, 24x, in PP 80-82.

RIEGEL, E.C., Relativity of Values, 4pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., Selected Correspondence (among others, with F.A. Harper, Spencer Heath, Laurance Labadie, Mildred J. Loomis, Ludwig von Mises & Paul L. Poirot),44pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Approaching Monetary Crisis, World Revolution Is In Progress, a leaflet of the Valun Institute for Monetary Research, n.d., 4pp, 48x, in PP 645.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Essential Capitalism, 3pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Future of Gold, 6pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Money Pact, 4pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Naturalness of Competition, 3pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The New Approach to Freedom (70pp), together with Essays on the Separation of Money and the State (separately listed), edited by Spencer Heath MacCallum, 1976, 112pp in all, with some additions to this microfiche issue from other writings by Riegel, a total of 196pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The New Approach to Freedom, 1949, 2 short extracts: a) Self Government, 2pp, b) Money the Liberator, 2pp, 24x, in PP 60.

RIEGEL, E.C., The New Approach to Freedom, 4pp extract: 48, in PP 501.

RIEGEL, E.C., The New Approach to Freedom, reproduction of the first edition, 48pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The New Approach to Freedom, short review in 11. RIEGEL, E.C., The Right-Wing Socialists, 3pp, 24,x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Valun System, a pamphlet, 16pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., The Valunist, Nos. 1 & 2, 1947, 1948, 19pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., Warfare, 3pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.

RIEGEL, E.C., What Do You Mean by “Dollars”? 4pp, 24x, in PP 83-84.

RIEMKASTEN, FELIX, Das Brett, Gedicht, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 310.

RIES, ESTELLE H., Grow Herbs for Pleasure and Profit. The many uses of herbs – culinary, medicinal, industrial, flavoring and fragrance – with hints on how to run a herb garden and sell what is produced, 1948, 28pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-722, in PP 1222.

RIGA, PETER J., Yoder and the Free Exercise of Religion, JOURNAL OF LAW AND EDUCATION 6, Oct. 77, 419-472, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p506, headed: Protection of Dissenting Belief.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, An Introduction to Imaginative Literature, Part II: Fiction – The Short Story, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 118.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Family Fever, 5pp, in PP 1373/75: 92-96.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, LOBDELL, JARED C. & ULLSPERGER, CHRIS, Is there a Libertarian Culture? 4pp, in PP 1348: 41.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Review of: HOSPERS, JOHN, editor, Readings in Introductory Philosophical Analysis, 1p: 56, in PP 1468.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Review of: LONDON, JACK, The Sea Wolf, 1p: 51, in PP 1468.

RIGGENBACH, JEFF, Review, 1p, of: 1.) RICHARD ASHLEY, Cocaine, 2. ALDOUS HUXLEY, The Doors of Perception, also: Heaven and Hell, 3. EDWARD M. BRECHER, Licit & Illicit Drugs, in PP 1367/68: 106.

RIGHT GUIDE, Responses, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 483.

RIGHT GUIDE, THE, 1993, unpaid adv. and filler, 1p, in PP 1283-1286. – The Comprehensive Directory of Classical Liberal, Conservative, Free Market and Traditional Value Organizations, by Economics America, Ann Arbor, 456pp, here only advertised in a leaflet, 3pp, in PP 1276. – 6pp leaflet: 140, in PP 1475. – Is a new edition out in the meantime?



RIGHT TO BE WRONG, PP 424 & 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 43).

RIGHT TO BE WRONG: WALTER, NICOLAS, The Right to Be Wrong, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 147.

RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS, See: O’LEARY, ELLEN, The Right to Bear Arms, 2pp, from CHALCEDON REPORT, August 1996, 245, in PP 1463/64. – See: Gun Control.

RIGHT TO IGNORE THE STATE, PP 3 – 12, 61-63 (in English), 399-401 (in German), 962 & 1051 (in French, abbreviated).


RIGHT TO RESIST, PP 532, 730, 774, 1112, see Militia, Tyrannicide, Disarmament by the People.


RIGHT TO WORK LAWS: BAECHLER, BRUCE, Right-to-Work Laws Are not Libertarian, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 445.

RIGHT TO WORK LAWS: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Right-to-Work & Liberty, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 218.

RIGHT TO WORK LAWS: MAHER, EWARD, The Hot Fight over the Right to Work, 12pp, in PP 1418: 28. – Monetary freedom is a better assurance for the right to work, i.e., the right to provide oneself with work without depriving anybody of it, than is any government legislation which attempts to achieve jobs at the expense of other jobs. – J.Z., 10/97.

RIGHT TO WORK, PP 1005, 1076, 1157,

RIGHT TO WORK: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Right to Work Revisited, 7pp, in PP 1376: 159.

RIGHT WING INDIVIDUALIST TRADITION IN AMERICA, THE, an Arno Press / New York Times Collection, 2pp list, in PP 1392: 135 & 138.

RIGHT WING? See: LESTER, JAN CLIFFORD, The Political Compass. Why Libertarianism Is not Right-Wing, 95, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 155. – See: CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES.

RIGHTS BY RIGHT, June 1967, only one on hand, 20pp, in PP 890.

RIGHTS OF CHILDREN, PP 589/90. See Children’s Rights.



RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL: MULLER, LEE, Individual Rights Meaningless without Means to Defend them, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1852.

RIGHTS, PP 162, 242, 589/90, 1015, 1074, 1163, 1171, see HUMAN RIGHTS, NATURAL LAW, MORALITY.

RIGHTS, PRESUMED RIGHTS, PP 589/90, 1034. See Human Rights, Welfare State “Rights”,

RIGHTS, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Collective Rights? 1p: 19, in PP 1515.

RIGHTS, see: CHODOROV, FRANK, Source of Rights, FEE, 1954, 11pp, in PP 957.

RIGHTS, See: DYKES, NICHOLAS, Do Rights only Come into Existence with the State? A Randian Critique of an Allegedly Randian Concept, 4pp, PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES No. 49: 85, in PP 1516.

RIGHTS, See: LIPTON, DEAN, A Tale of Two Words, 4pp: 80, in PP 1529-33. – On “rights” and “equality”.

RIGHTS, Source of Rights, PP 626, 957.


RILEY, DON, British Government Bias against Commercial Property and in Favour of Subsidized Housing, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 74, 4pp: 19, in PP 1487.

RILEY, DON, Kiwi Property Developer in London: Why the Government Should Get out of Housing, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 61. – Has anyone ever calculated how many square meters in office space the government occupies for each of its involuntary tribute payers? – Also, how much the average taxpayer is taxed to pay rent for buildings leased by government offices? – They should be able to easily relate these government costs to their own living space and rents. – J.Z., 30.9.97.

RILEY, PATRICK, Locke on “Voluntary Agreement” and Political Power, WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 29, March 76, 136-145, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p286, headed: Consensus and Rights.

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

RILEY, THOMAS A., L’oeuvre litteraire de John Henry Mackay, texte francais et notes de E. Armand, Orleans, 1950, 24pp, in PP 1327: 76.

RINGER, ROBERT J., Restoring the American dream, 1p review, by ED CRANE, in PP 1382/85: 162.

RINTELEN, KARL, Zurueck zur Goldmark!, 1922, 59 S.: 99, in PP 1501. – Ein Etatist, der EINIGE der Ungerechtigkeiten u. Fehler des monetaeren Despotismus kritisiert aber nicht die volle Zahlungsmittel- u. Verrechnungsfreiheit u. freie Wahl des Wertmasses verlangt. Er kritisiert auch nur die Haelfte des Zwangskurses (Annahmezwang, verbunden mit Zwangswert) und verlangt ihn nicht fuer Emittenten. Stattdessen schlaegt er den Annahmezwang des Staatspapiergeldes vor, aber nur zum Kurswert, auch fuer die Steuerkassen. – J.Z.

RIOTS IN U.K., 2 Gaska fiche. See: GASKA, RICHARD.

RISBERG, BERNHARD, Mein Streben, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RISK REDUCTION, PP 719. (Compare Safety, Security, Insurance? Titles give all too often too little indication of the subject dealt with. – J.Z.)

RISK, See: GROSECLOSE, ELGIN, The Illusion of a Risk-less Society,4pp: 317, in PP 1529-33. – One has to distinguish between risks taken with one’s own lives, labours and property and risks taken with those of others and without their consent. – J.Z., 22.11.98.

RISK, See: ROSS, ERNEST G., The Two Faces of Risk, 5pp: 464, in PP 1529-33.

RIST, CARL, Die Geistige Festwaehrung, Das Instrument der Sprache zur Loesung der Sozialen Frage, 1931, 1977, 16 S., 286, in PP 1454. – Teil der Terminologie eines anarchistischen Gesellianers,

RIST, CHARLES & GIDE, CHARLES, A History of Economic Doctrines, from the Time of the Physiocrats to the Present Day, 695pp, first published 1915, from the 1932 edition, in PP 892 & 893.

RIST, RAY C., On the Limits of Social Science Evidence: Educational Policy Making and the Courts, URBAN EDUCATION 13, July 78, 127-146, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p503, headed: Courts and Social Science Evidence.

RITCH, BILL, Robert Anson Heinlein, 1907 – 1988, a remembrance, 90, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 246.

RITCHIE, DAVE JAMES, Education: A Powerful Engine, 3pp, in PP 1249. – A powerful engine, in the wrong hands, can do much harm. – J.Z.

RITCHIE, DAVE JAMES, Libertarian Monarchie: A Strategy for the Future, 4pp, in PP 1249.

RITCHIE, DAVE JAMES, Revolution vs Renaissance, 5pp, in PP 1249.

RITCHIE, DAVE JAMES, The New Dark Ages – Part I, The Source of Human Progress, 3pp, Part II, The Fall of Civilization, 4pp, in PP 1249.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Am Tage nach dem Zusammenbruch, 1931, 77pp, 29x, in PP 394.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Arbeitslosigkeit und Kapitalbildung, 154pp, indexed, 24x, PP 393.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Das Andere System, 2. Fassung, von 1948, mit spaeteren Anmerkungen, 29x, in PP 394. (Als Manuskript veroeffentlicht, besser spaet als nie. – J.Z.)

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Das Andere System, Ein Wirtschafts- und Finanzvorschlag in vier Gesetzentwuerfen, 1932, 135 S., 24x, in PP 315.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Der Neubau des Deutschen Kreditsystems, 1932, 180 S., mit Anmerkungen von John Zube, 8 S., Anmerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, 2 S., 24x, in PP 315.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Aeltere Deutsche Gesetzgebung zum Staatspapiergeld, gesammelt von Prof. Rittershausen, 1945, Material zur Diskussion des Steuerfundations oder Beitragsgeldes, 29pp, 29x, in PP 641.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Arbeitslosigkeit als Problem des Umsatzkredits und der Zahlungsmittelversorgung, 1934, 55 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Devisenfrage, 1936, umbenannt, im J. 1971: Verstaendliche Erklaerung der Banknote, des Geldumlaufs und der Devisenfrage, 137 S., 29x, in PP 312.- (Unvollstaendig! S. 19 & 42 fehlen in dieser Mikroficheausgabe noch.)

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Reform der Muendelsicherheitsbestimmungen und der Industrielle Anlagekredit, zugleich ein Beitrag zum Erwerbslosenproblem, 1929, 90pp, 29x, in PP 532.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Valorisierung des Goldes als Waehrungs- und Aussenhandelsproblem, 1938, 28 S., 29x in PP 394.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Die Zukunft der Notendeckung durch Handelswechsel, unter besonderer Beruecksichtigung der einschlaegigen Fragen des Handelsrechts und der Voraussetzungen auf den Gebieten der Wirtschafts-, Geld- und Haushaltsverfassung, 1945, mit einigen Verbesserungen von 1974/75, umgeschrieben auf 26 S, 29x, in PP 300.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Einige Schriften von Prof. Heinrich Rittershausen: Geld- und Finanzfreiheit und ihre Auswirkungen, herausgegeben von J.Zube, 133pp, 29x, in PP 394.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Four Law Drafts, as co-author, with Beckerath et al, 97x, 24x, in PP 40.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Goldfrage zwischen Technik, Wirtschaft und Monopol, Die, ca. 197, 22 S., in PP 802.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Inflation, Hortung und Wertbestaendige Rechnung, Referat vom 30.11.42, 5 S., 29x, in PP 312.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Kreditwirtschaftliche Forderungen an eine Kommende Nationale Bau- und Arbeitsbeschaffungspolitik, 15 S., 29x, in PP 394.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Merkblatt zur volkswirtschaftlichen Vorlesung, 5 S., undatiert, in PP 925.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Modellverwendung bei waehrungspolitischen Aussagen, 8 S., 29x in PP 394.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Neugestaltung des Bankwesens, ca. 1933-39, unter Nazi-Zensur geschrieben, mit entsprechenden eingeschobenen Bemerkungen, 9 S., in PP 798. (Nach Ulrich von Beckerath sollte man immer so schreiben als ob der Zensor einem ueber die Schulter sehen wuerde. Diejenigen, an die eine Schrift wirklich gerichtet ist, wuerden entweder zwischen den Zeilen lesen oder tarnende Einschiebungen einfach nicht beachten. – J.Z.)

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Notes, 7pp, to Kerr: History of Banking in Scotland, 29x, in PP 346.

RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH, Prof., Unemployment as a Problem of Turnover Credits and the Supply of Means of Payment, 1934, 1979, 44pp, 24x, in PP 41, 51pp, 36x, in PP 769.

RITTINGHAUSEN, MARTIN, Direct Legislation by the People, 1850, 1897, 64pp, in PP 1136.

RIVAZ, JOHN DE, A Longevist View of a Church Magazine, 3pp: 303, in PP 1293/95.

RIVAZ, JOHN DE, An Ideal Trust, 1p: 243, in PP 1293/95.

RIVAZ, JOHN DE, Ban lawyers from one of the houses of parliament? A short suggestion in his longevity newsletter, 1990, 1p, in PP 1230.

RIVAZ, JOHN DE, How You Could Take it with you, 3pp: 160 &170, in PP 1293/95.

RIVAZ, JOHN DE, The Politics of Breathing, an open letter to Chris Tame, Dir. FOREST, 1p: 506, in PP 1293/95.

RIVIERE, MERCIER DE LA, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.

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

RIZZO, MARIO J., Law amid Flux: The Economics of Negligence and Strict Liability in Tort, THE JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES 9, March 80, 291-318, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1172, headed: The Economics of Strict Liability.

RIZZO, MARIO J., Spontaneous Orders: Deterministic or Nondeterministic? 2pp note in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1898.

ROAD PRIVATIZATION: MONTONI, MARC, New Toll Collection Methods Raise Road Privatization Possibility, 1p, in PP 279: 38.

ROAD TO FREEDOM, according to J. & E. Wedgwood, 591. (Georgist).

ROADS, PRIVATE & PUBLIC, PP 1104, 1117, 1164,

ROADS, PRIVATE, See: MON, STORMY, Private Highways? 3pp: 7, in PP 1465.

ROADS, see GALLAGHER, JIM, What About the Roads? 6pp leaflet of SLL, n.d., in PP 1164.

ROADS, See: LEDBETTER, MARK, The Automobile Century. How Subsidized Roads Wrecked 20th Century America, leaflet, 1p, for 7pp L.A. article (Historical Notes No. 25), in PP 1334/35: 229.

ROADS, See: MONTONI, MARC, New Toll Collection Methods Raise Road Privatization Possibility, 1p, in PP 279.

ROADS: ANON., Private Funding of Roads, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 23.

ROADS: MOHANIALL, PREMILLA, The Good Road Round-up, 2pp on toll roads, THE OPEN ROAD, NRMA, Nov/Dec. 95, in PP 1367/68: 238.

ROBACK, JENNIFER, Nobel Prize in Economics again Awarded to Libertarian Scholar, 2pp on BUCHANAN, JAMES M., in PP 1382/85: 306.

ROBACK, JENNIFER, Plant Closings Legislation Threatens Rights of Workers, 83, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 172. – And of factory owners, says she. – It is mainly monetary despotism and protectionism that leads sooner or later to the closing of enterprises. They do also prevent many from coming into existence. – J.Z., 12.6.98.


ROBBINS, ALDONA, Dr., GARY ROBBINS & RICHARD RUE, Mandated and Public Health Insurance: Implications for Wisconsin, 1989, 44p, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

ROBBINS, HARRY S., notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. ZUBE, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.

ROBBINS, JOHN W. to The Coalition for Sound Money, THE VOLUNTARYIST, June 88, 1/2p, 29x, in PP 911.

ROBBINS, JOHN, Warning: Governmental Power May be Hazardous to Your Freedom, 2pp, in PP 1249.

ROBBINS, LIONEL, Economics and Political Economy, Richard T. Ely Lecture, THE AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW 71, May 81, 1-10, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1853, headed: Political Economy & Economic Science.

ROBERSON, CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH, Godwin Revisited: Anarchism for the Real World, 1996 dissertation, here only summarized in 2pp website, by mistake loaded down in htm – but chapter headings are legible, in PP 1534: 100.


ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, Circular of Dec. 10, 1997, 6pp, in PP 1483.

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, Land, Liberty and Prosperity in the 1990’s, a Georgist publisher’s catalog, 50pp: 87, in PP 1519. Compare this listing with all the Georgist and other land reform titles in the LMP listing.

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, literature list, 15pp, 29x, in PP 583.

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, Literature List, 1p, 29x, in PP 871. Leaflets, 3pp, 1989, 29x, in PP 872, list of pamphlets, speeches and articles for sale, 1p, in PP 889.

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, Manual for Class Leaders who Are Using ECONOMICS SIMPLIFIED (Bowen Rushby) as a text book in teaching economics, 10 lessons, 59pp, n.d., with a 1p poem by Ogden Nash: One From One Leaves Two, in PP 1264.

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION, Publications, 1p, in PP 276: 110.

ROBERTS, CALVIN, Ukraine mourns nuclear disaster, 1p, 96, in PP 1349: 120.

ROBERTS, CHARLES S., The Land of Free Choice, 6pp: 15, in PP 1529-33.

ROBERTS, D.A., What Think Ye of Christ? (Was he an anarchist?), n.d., 2pp, in Libertarian Anthology, 29x, in PP 392.

ROBERTS, JACK, The World Bank, the Environment, and the Press, 6pp, in PP 471/472p350.

ROBERTS, KEITH, Henry George and Consumerism, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381.

ROBERTS, LOIS, Labor Legislation: The Shop that Government Built, 7pp (On closed & open shops, right to work laws & freedom of contract – under coercive unionism. – J.Z.), in PP 1376: 132.

ROBERTS, LOIS, The Able Disabled, Review of: VISCARDI, HENRY, Jr., Give us the Tools, 5pp, in PP 1376: 263. – “Give us?” The able & willing of the somewhat disabled should be creditworthy, at least under monetary & financial freedom. If the “able” do not bother about monetary and financial freedom, then, perhaps, the handicapped, should. J.Z.

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.

ROBERTS, LOIS, The Goldwater Girls, Review of: TEICHMANN, HOWARD M., The Girls in 509, 4pp, in PP 1376: 26.

ROBERTS, LOIS, The Republican Dilemma, 2pp, in PP 1376: 41.

ROBERTS, MERRILIE, Is School Dead? 1972, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.

ROBERTS, MILES T., Needed: A Manifesto for the Green Revolution, 1p outline, favouring individual secessionism, in PP 1386/91: 15, 30. See also Declarations of Independence.

ROBERTS, NICK, Conscience versus Social Conscience, 1986, LA Political Notes, No.24, 2pp, in PP 697.

ROBERTS, NICK, Conscience vs. Social Conscience, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 171.

ROBERTS, NICK, Folly of Duty, The, 1986, LA Political Notes, No. 26, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.

ROBERTS, NICK, In Praise of Jackals: Assassination & Moral Defence Policy, 1989, 2pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (LMP seeks all writings on tyrannicide. I spent my first 12 years under Hitler and under the bombs of Allies who rather attacked Hitler’s victims than Hitler himself. – J.Z.)

ROBERTS, PAUL CRAIG, Bureaucracy Causes Education’s Problems, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 90: 1964.

ROBERTS, PAUL CRAIG, Stalking the RICO monster, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

ROBERTS, T.D., Nuclear Dilemma, Catholic essay, 1959, 5pp, 29x, in PP 408.

ROBERTSON, EDWARD STANLEY, The Impracticability of Socialism, 34pp, 36x, in PP 202.

ROBERTSON, J.M., Economics of Progress, The, 1918, 4pp extract on free banking, in PP 791.

ROBERTSON, J.M., Free Trade, 1919, indexed, 221pp, in PP 807.

ROBERTSON, J.M., M.P., Collapse of “Tariff Reform”, The: Mr. Chamberlain’s Case exposed, 1911, 119pp, indexed, in PP 808.

ROBERTSON, J.M., M.P., Economics of Progress, The, 1918, 305pp, indexed, in PP 808. (Warning: Apart from its Free Trade advocacy, this is NOT a libertarian book. J.Z.)

ROBERTSON, J.M., The Right Hon., Voltaire, 1922, 126pp: 1- 33, in PP 1522. – Even so many years after Voltaire’s death not all his writings are cheaply and readily accessible in at least one affordable medium, in English. (In French they have been microfilmed. See the general list in PP 1512.) I think I saw a complete edition of his works, very expensively, only once, in decades of book browsing. And yet, on one CD-ROM, costing only A$ 1.95 for the blank and $ 1.15 for a duplicate, probably all of his writings – and more – could be reproduced, automatically indexed, too, scanned into digitized form and, maybe, offered even in several translations. Why do not those who say that they love his writings do this in his memory and for themselves? – J.Z.

ROBERTSON, JAMES, Future Wealth, A New Economics for the 21st Century, Cassell, London, 1990, 160pp. Here only a 1p flyer, in PP 971, for this book, dealing with changes in the money system. I believe I have not seen the book as yet. – J.Z.

ROBERTSON, JOHN M., Trade and Tariffs, 1908, 331pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 710.


ROBERTSON, THOMAS, Natural Order of Society, 28pp, 24x, in PP 203, also 29x, in PP 538.

ROBIEN, PAUL, Das wirtschaftliche Chaos, Verlag DER FREIE ARBEITER, Berlin, n.d., 14 S., with warning, 1p, by J. Zube about this pamphlet, 29x, in PP 878.


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

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

ROBINSON, CARL, The debt we still owe Vietnam, 1p, n.d., in PP 1367/68: 244. Wrong unchecked premise: Collective responsibility. What debt do many Vietnamese owe to some U.S. citizens for having at least tried to preserve some of their remaining liberties against a totalitarian regime? – J.Z.

ROBINSON, HARRY, Slaughterhouse, Live, THE AUSTRALIAN, 13.2.96, on air raid on Dresden, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 497.

ROBINSON, IAN, Marijuana and society, 4pp, year? 70’s, in PP 1362/63: 208.

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

ROBINSON, JEFF, Away from it all, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 13.

ROBINSON, JEFF, Who’s for Psychology? 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 181.

ROBINSON, JEFF, Who’s for the Anthill? 1p, in PP 1420/22: 93. – The human ants are. Let them have it, for themselves only, at their own expense and risk, but do not grant them ANY territorial monopoly that goes beyond their own private or cooperatively owned real estate. – PIOT, J.Z., 12.6.98.

ROBINSON, JOHN BEVERLEY, Economics of Liberty, 1916, 103pp, from the later reprint by Modern Publishers, Indore, Libertarian Bookhouse, 29x, in PP 346.

ROBINSON, JOHN BEVERLEY, Economics of Liberty, 1916, 2pp extract on Free Exchange: 46, in PP 501.

ROBINSON, JOHN BEVERLEY, Economics of Liberty, Extracts, 4p: 40, in PP 1505.

ROBINSON, JOHN BEVERLEY, Egoism, 1915, 4pp, in PP 897. With Notes by James J. Martin. German version: Egoismus, 4pp, 24x, in PP 283-285.

ROBINSON, JOHN BEVERLEY, Rebuilding the World, An Outline of the Principles of Anarchism, 2nd. ed., 32pp, n.d., in PP 960.

ROBINSON, MARIANNE, When Law Undermines Medicine, SMH, May 29, 95, clipping, 2pp, in PP 1276, on excessive medical litigation and indemnification claims and correspondingly sky high insurance premiums. Good for lawyers, bad for medicine. Patients should be free to contract cheaper treatments with no guarantees & excluding court settlements, except for criminal negligence etc. – J.Z.

ROBINSON, R.A.H., Political Conservatism: The Spanish Case, 1875 – 1977, JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY 14, Oct. 79, 561-580, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1186, headed: Conservatism in Spain.

ROBINSON, STEPHEN, Race and Reality in South Africa, 1993, ca. 3pp clipping, in PP 1163.


ROBOTS, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Japanese Robots, 2pp: 56, in PP 1515.

ROBOTS, See: SHANNON, RUSSELL, Robots, 4pp: 388, in PP 1529-33.

ROBSON, FRANK, Once bitten… , SMH 23.8.97, on mosquitos and ROSS RIVER FEVER, 4pp: 116, in PP 1493. – What doctors often do not know, do not tell or do not care about, should be compiled to fill xyz databases and reference works. How many diseases are transmitted by mosquitoes, flies, fleas etc.? Yet many doctors would still absolutely deny that e.g. AIDS could be so transmitted, although a few % of the cases of this infection remain unexplained. – J.Z., 1.1.98.

ROBSON, FRANK, Trips without drugs, 2pp, 1980, in PP 1362/63: 250.

ROCHE, GEORGE C., III, Ludwig von Mises, Mentor and Teacher, 4pp, in PP 1268.

ROCHE, GEORGE CHARLES, III, A Youth Corps for America? 8pp: 52,in PP 1529-33.

ROCHE, GEORGE CHARLES, III, American Federalism: Erosion, 13pp: 6, in PP 1529- 33.

ROCHE, GEORGE CHARLES, III, American Federalism: History, 12pp: 29, in PP 1529- 33.

ROCHE, GEORGE, America by the Throat: The Stranglehold of the Federal Bureaucracy, Devin-Adair, 190pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 553, in PP 1529-33.

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

ROCHE, GEORGE; REYNOLDS, ALAN; & HAAG, ERNEST VAN DEN, The Balancing Act & Black Studies Revisited, 1p review by SUSAN LOVE BROWN, in PP 1367/68: 110.

ROCHE, L GEORGE C., III, Power, 1967, 53pp, 36x, in PP 414.

ROCHESTER LIBERTARIAN, I/1: Feb. 85; I/3 – I/6: April 85 – Oct. 85; II/ 6 & 7: June & Sep. 86; III/8: Oct. 87, 31 pp, in PP 1273.

ROCK MUSIC, PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes 22).

ROCKEFELLER, JOHN D., I Believe, 6 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Absolutistische Gedankengaenge im Sozialismus, Verlag Die Freie Gesellschaft, Darmstadt, n.d., 47pp, in PP 1068.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism, 48pp, with a Rocker Bibliography, from Freedom Press, 29x, in PP 240.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Anarchismus und Organization, 48 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 14, in PP 1154/55.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Der Untergang Preussens – eine politische Notwendigkeit, 7 S., in PP 1322: 6.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Die Entscheidung des Abendlandes, 1949, here only: Daemon Staat, part of a review, in German, of Rocker’s book, with a remark by Ulrich von Beckerath, 2pp, in PP 890.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Die Waffe der Kritik u. die Kritik der Waffen, 5 S., in PP 1322: 34.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Ein politischer Tendenzprozess, 3 S., in PP 1322: 22. – Fall von Luigi Bertoni.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Excerpt from his “Revolution and Regression”, vol. II of his autobiography, page 431 of the Spanish version, 1page, translated by Ida Pilat Isca, 1957: 94, in PP 1518.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Gustav Landauer, ein Nachruf, 5 S., in PP322: 17.

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

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Marx and Anarchism, 10pp, 36x, in PP 412, p321.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Milly Witkop-Rocker, 1877 – 1955, Oriole Press, 1956, 20pp: 86, in PP 1518. – This relationship and its literary appreciation inspired Valerio Isca to write up his own. See: ISCA, VALERIO.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Nationalism and (Its Relations to) Culture, a summarization edited by Dr. Frederick W. Roman, 32pp, 24x, in PP 289.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Nationalism and Culture, 1937, 1978, 616pp, in PP 788. A 4 pp flyer for the same book: ibid. 4pp leaflet advertising the new edition of this book, 24x, in PP 64-65.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Origins of Libertarian Thought in America, 1946, 4pp, in PP 1,015.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Pioneers of American Freedom, 1949, 215pp, translated by Arthur E. Briggs, with index and bibliography, 24x, in PP 289.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, See: SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, Achtzig Jahre alt – sechzig Jahre Freiheits- kaempfer (ueber Rocker), 4 S.: 130, in PP 1478.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Testimonials to Rudolf Rocker, 1873 – 1943, 50pp, 1949, Rocker Publications Committee, L.A., in PP 1401: 54. – The contributions are by: Dr. Frederick W. Roman, Dr. Arthur E. Briggs, Walter E. Holloway, Ray E. Chase, Herbert Read, William Zuckerman, Harry Kelly, P. Gustave, John B. Hughes, Tom Eyges, Cassius V. Cook, F.H. Butler, Augustine Souchy & Joseph Ishill.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, The Failure of State Communism, chap. I & II, 13pp: 459; chap. III & IV, 11pp: 28; V, 5pp: 523; VI, 7pp: 533; VIII, 4pp: 559; IX, 7pp: 590; X, 6pp: 624; XI, 6pp: 644; XII, 5pp: 670, in PP 1484/85.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, The London Years, 1956, 360pp. in PP 1127/1128. An abridgement from the memoirs of R.R., whose total, supposedly, comes to ca. 2,000 pp. Sam Dolgoff considered this to be a badly selected and badly translated book. It is high time that Rocker fans discover microfiche for themselves. – J.Z.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, The Six, 1938, 263pp, in PP 999.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, The Tragedy of Spain, 1937, 1986, 48pp, in PP 1140.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Ueber den Begriff des Kleinbuergers, 2 S.: 34, in PP 1456.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Vorrede zu PETER KROPOTKIN, Die Eroberung des Brotes, 8 S., in PP 468.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Zum ersten Mai, 5 S., in PP 1322: 12.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Zum Geleit, 1921, 4 S., in PP 1326.

ROCKER, RUDOLF, Zur Geschichte der parlamentarischen Taetigket in der modernen Arbeiterbewegung, 11 S.: 44 & 49, in PP 1322. – 2. erweiterte u. verbesserte Auflage, 35 S. undatiert, in PP 1400: 67.

ROCKER, RUDOLPH, Joseph Ishill: Unsung Libertarian, 5pp, 24x, in PP 55.

ROCKER, RUDOLPH, Social Rights and Freedoms: Their Vital Worth to Us, 1951, 8pp, 29x, in PP 542.

ROCKOFF, HUGH, Free Banking Era, The, A Reexamination, JMCB, Feb. 74, 27pp, in PP 804.

ROCKWELL, LEW, 1p memo on: Jeffrey A. Tucker, Black Monday and the Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle, in PP 847 & 850.

ROCKWELL, LLEWELLYN H., Jr., Sound Money: Gold or Denationalization? 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 735.

ROCKWELL, LLEWELLYN H., Jr., War-of-the Month Club, 1p: 123, in PP 1469. – From CHALCEDON REPORT, Feb. 98. – I heard 2 days ago, on the radio, that in 1998 no less than 30 civil wars rage somewhere on Earth. Since WW II there took place, in each year, between 30 and 90 national and civil wars. War itself, with all its horrors, is not a sufficient deterrent, at least not for those with the power to decide upon them and to wage them. If you know of any books which go more to the roots of war and are better in describing workable peace programs than PEACE PLANS 16-18 and 61-63 do, PLEASE, point them out to me. – PIOT, J.Z., 17. May 1998.

ROCKWELL, LLEWELLYN H., Jr., War-of-the-Month Club, 1998, 1p from 2/98 CHALCEDON REPORT, 123, in PP 1514. – A sample of blind and biased isolationism. Freedom lovers do not only have internal enemies and some of them cannot be enlightened by persuasion. But not by conventional or modern scientific warfare, either. – We should isolate ourselves as far as possible from all governments that engage in one war after the other, to the extent that we can or could, under certain conditions but should not isolate ourselves from their internal and external victims. Liberation wars and revolutionary warfare do have their libertarian equivalents, which could reduce bloodshed and destruction to a minimum. See especially PP 16-18 and 61-63. – J.Z.

ROCKWELL/BRADLEY interview, Government vs. Sound Money, 1988, THE FREE MARKET, Mises Institute, 2pp, in PP 791.

ROCKY HILL ENTERPRISES, Arbitration Division, Long Beach, 1p, in PP 1345/46: 28.

RODBERTUS, CARL, DIE FORDERUNGEN DER ARBEITENDEN KLASSEN, 1839, 27pp, with hint towards his monetary reform scheme, 29x, in PP 731.

RODBERTUS, see SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, 568.

RODE, GUNARS, Ich bitte um Befreiung von der sowjetischen Staatsangehoerigkeit. The case of the Latvian Gunars Rode, 1977, as reported, in German, in FAZ, 20 Sept. 1977, 3pp, in PP 1,051.

RODES, MICHAEL, in PP ??? (The rest of this entry disappeared, for the time being, in the maws of my Fsort programme. J.Z.)

RODIGRUEZ, D., & RICHARDS, V., Revolution und Gegenrevolution, Die Ereignisse des May 1937 in Katalonien, herausgegeben von den Deutschen Anarcho-Syndikalisten, 1937, 32 S., in PP 1156.

RODRIGUEZ, Dr. EDUARDO HUARTE to John Zube, 17 Oct. 87, with reply, Nov. 5, 87, 4pp, 48x, in PP 740. (On monetary freedom.)

RODRIGUEZ, Freiheit und Sozialismus, 1939, 36pp, in PP 1069.

ROELOFS, W.P., Dr., 1.) A Don Quichote against and about the Dismal Science, 2.) Ideen eines Ketzers, 3.) The Credit and Banking System in a Natural Economic Order, 4.) Some correspondence with Theo Megali and John Zube, in German or English, 61pp, 29x, in PP 735. (Some monetary freedom discussion can be found in the letters. J.Z.)

ROELTGEN, WOLFGANG, Kleine Ansprache, 1986, 3 S., ueber Anarchismus u. Gewalt, 36x, in PP 736.

ROEPKE, WILHELM, WELFARE, FREEDOM AND INFLATION, with an introductory essay by Graham Hutton, 1957, 70pp, 29x, in PP 357-358.

ROGER, JOLLY, Captain, Black Flag Flies Over England, 2pp, on pirate radio, in PROTOS, in PP 1112.

ROGERS, CHARLES A., God, Nature and Personhood: Thoreau’s Alternative to Inanity, RELIGION IN LIFE 48, Spring 79, 101-113, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p917, headed: Thoreau on the Free Human Self.

ROGERS, DONALD I., Review of: BROWNE, HARRY, You Can Profit from a Monetary Crisis, 1p: 29, in PP 1468.

ROGERS, JAMES E. THOROLD, Six Centuries of Work and Wages, The History of English Labour, 1884, 1909, 1917, 591pp, indexed, with a 19pp introduction by Dr. H.G. Pearce, 29x, in PP 529/530.

ROGERS, JAMES E. THOROLD, The First 9 Years of the Bank of England, 1887, 214pp, indexed, with a 1p note by J.Z., in PP 1195.

ROGERS, JAMES M., Two Ways to Slavery, 13pp, in PP 1418: 8. Also, by FEE: 1955, 27pp, in PP 1160.

ROGERS, MARK, Art & Etiquette, Libertarian Alliance, Cultural Notes 1-7, by Brian Micklethwait, Mark Rogers, Chris R. Tame, 15pp, ed. by Mark Rogers, in PP 696.

ROGERS, MARK, Diplomacy in an Age of Dictatorships, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives, No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.

ROGERS, MARK, Facts and Fictions, LA Cultural Notes No. 4, 2pp, in PP 696.

ROGERS, MARK, Fast Food, Shallow Thoughts, LA Cultural Notes No. 5, 2pp, in PP 696,

ROGERS, MARK, Is Anti-Zionism Antisemitic? 6pp, in PP 1052-61.

ROGERS, SHERMAN, Why Kill the Goose? FEE, 1947, 78pp, in PP 1,004.

ROGERS, THOROLD, Six Centuries of Work & Wages, reviewed by H.G. Pearce, PP 539.

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

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 1p, of: TEMPLETON, KENNETH S., Jr., The Politicization of Society: 264, in PP 1529-33.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 2pp, of: FERRARA, PETER J., Social Security: The Inherent Contradiction, Cato Institute, 1980,484pp: 265, in PP 1529-33.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 2pp, of: KRAUSS, MELVYN B., Development without Aid: Growth, Poverty and Government, McGraw-Hill, N.Y.,1983, 208pp: 413, in PP 1529- 33.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 2pp, of: NOVAK, MICHAEL, The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, American Enterprise Institute & Simon & Schuster, N.Y., 1982, 434pp: 363, in PP 1529- 33.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Review, 2pp, of: SOWELL, THOMAS, Markets and Minorities, Basic Books, N.Y., 1981, 141pp: 345, in PP 1529-33.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Social Science Influence and its Inter-Relationship with the Criminal Justice System: Law and Institutional Practice, JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND PARLIAMENTARY STUDIES, India, 11, Jan, – March 77, 50-74, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1099, headed: Social Science, Law & Criminal Justice.

ROGERS, TOMMY W., Statistical Poverty in Mississippi: A Profile of the Poor in the Nation’s Poorest State, MID-SOUTH QUARTERLY BUSINESS REVIEW 17, Apr. 79, 11-15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p710, headed: Poverty Programs and Government.

ROGGE, BENJAMIN A., The Libertarian Philosophy, 5pp: 92, in PP 1529- 33.

ROGIN, MICHAEL, Herman Melville: State, Civil Society, and the American 1848, THE YALE REVIEW 69, Autumn 79, 72-88, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p914, headed: Melville and America: 1848.

ROHLOFF, ALBERT, Auch ausgestiegene Einsteiger muessen wie Unternehmer denken. Einen Chef braucht die Genossenschaft “Blaetterwald” nicht. Gleichwohl gibt es Probleme mit der Basis – Demokratie. FR 11.8.86, in PP 1323: 37.

Rohner III for Governor and Edwin Mudge for Lt. Governor, n.d., in PP 491.

ROHR, J.B. von, Lesestueck, 1718, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 29x, in PP 620.

ROHRABACHER, DANA, Interview, 3pp, in PP 1378/81: 59.

ROHRER, JIM, Drug battle: One extreme to another, 1989 clipping, 1p, in PP 478.

ROHWEILER, KYLE, American Music and the “New Romanticism”, L.A., 2pp, in PP 864.

ROINET, ALAIN, Reflections on Violence, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 87.

ROLAND VON BERLIN, Anstaendigkeit muss Mode werden, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 292.

ROLLAND, ROMAIN, Mahatma Gandhi, 1924, 250pp, in PP 1358: 1. – I bought the copy from a local bookshop, for $ 20, after they told me that they would buy it back, in good condition for $ 10. Then I photocopied it for this edition and recovered at least these $ 10 of my expenses. – I did the same once with an anarchist text in Berlin but didn’t even have to return the copy, since the friend, with whom I stayed, bought it from me at its half price. – You do not even have to buy rare copies for your fiching. You could borrow them from libraries that do have them. – Shed the mentality of the mere COLLECTOR of freedom texts. Become a freedom text PUBLISHER. You could afford to do so with microfiche, via a micrographic agency. – J.Z.

ROLLER, ARNOLD, Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung in Spanien, 1848 – 1907, 36 S., in PP 1156.

ROLLINS, L.A., Lucifer’s Lexicon, 2pp introductory leaflet to the book, in PP 785, 36x, in PP 769.

ROLLINS, RICHARD M., Adin Ballou and the Perfectionist’s Dilemma, JOURNAL OF CHURCH AND STATE, USA, 17, 1975, 459-476, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p48. Headed: Sin and Society.

ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., Banking Instability and Regulation in the U.S. Free Banking Era, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, QUARTERLY REVIEW, Summer 1985, 8pp with ref., in PP 1248.

ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., Explaining the Demand for Free Bank Notes, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, QUARTERLY REVIEW, Spring 1988, 14pp with ref., in PP 1248.

ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., Free Banking, Wildcat Banking and Shinplasters, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, QUARTERLY REVIEW, Fall 1982, 11pp, with ref., in PP 1248.

ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., Gresham’s Law or Gresham’s Fallacy? QUARTERLY REVIEW, Winter 1986, of Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 9pp, with ref., in PP 1248.

ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E., The Free Banking Ara: New Evidence on Laissez-Faire Banking, 1982, Federal Reserve Banks of Minneaopolis, Research Department, Staff Report 80, 46pp, in PP 1185.

ROMAN EMPIRE, FALL of, & Taxation, PP 997.

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

ROMANTIC LITERATURE? A Defence of Non-Romantic Literature, PP 369.

ROMTVEDT, DAVID, Loyalties, 2pp, on loyalty oaths, in PP 1151.

RON PAUL INVESTMENT LETTER, THE, sample pages 12-16 only, from the Oct. 15, 89 issue, vol. V, No. 10, 5pp, in PP 1240.

RON PAUL REPORT, THE, Gun Control by Bush & Bennett, 1p, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1854.

RONAI, ROBY, Rebel Doctors to Defy New Medical Law, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.

RONCE, P., Frederic Bastiat, Sa Vie, Son Oeuvre, 1905, 314pp, in PP 1230. – How different would history have proceeded if Bastiat had lived longer and if he had succeeded in converting France into a Free Trade country, too? – J.Z.

ROOB, BERT, Rationelle Verteilung – gehobener Lebensstandard, 1 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 46. Verkaufskunst, Selbstbediening.- Als es noch neu war.

ROOD, ROYAL D., The Bondage of the Free, 1p on public debt, 66, in PP 1386/91: 24.

ROOSEVELT, F.D. & W.W.II, PP 984. See Pearl Harbour, Revisionism, Leadership, Decision on War and Peace. – The economic blockade of Japan by the U.S. might be considered as the first aggressive act against Japan by the U.S. and it lead, seeing the protectionist prejudices in the minds of most people, in Japan, America and elsewhere, almost inevitably to Pear Harbour and other attacks, “to conquer markets” one could no long access and satisfy peacefully. Have U.S. politicians ever apologized for this aggression against Japan? – A unilateral free trade effort, first practised only by and among volunteer communities and making full use of freely issued international clearing certificates, and clearing accounts, can prevent or reduce such aggressive and empoverishing protectionist blockade attempts and with them some wars. – See especially the writings by Milhaud & Beckerath on this. J.Z

ROOT, ELIHU, Herbert Spencer’s The New Toryism, Senator Root’s Comments, 2pp, in PP 1316.

ROOTS, Cooper Station, No. 2, 1971, Ecology Action, 35pp: 68, in PP 1500.

ROPER, DON & GIRTON, LANCE, Theory and Implication of Currency Substitution, JMCB, Feb. 81, 19pp, in PP 806.

ROPER, TOM, Reviews of: H.Kohl: 36 Children, E. Reimer: School Is Dead, P. Goodman: Compulsory Miseducation, N. Postman and C. Weingartner: Teaching as a Subversive Activity, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

RORVIC, DAVID, Losing the War on Cancer, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 957.

ROSCHER, WILHELM , Principles of Political Economy, vol. II, Chicago, 1878, 465pp, in PP 1,038.

ROSCHER, WILHELM, Die Ein- und Durchfuehrung des Adam Smith’schen Systems in Deutschland, Berichte der Koeniglich Saechsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Philologisch-historische Classe, Oeffentliche Sitzung am 1. Juli 1867, 74 S., in PP 1102.

ROSCHER, WILHELM, Principles of Political Economy,Vol. I, from the 13th, 1877 German edition, with additional chapters furnished by the author for this first English and American editon, on Paper Money, International Trade, and the Protective System; & a preliminary Essay on the Historical Method in Political Economy, by L. Wolowski (48pp), Chicago, 1878, 437pp, in PP 1,037.

ROSE, HENRY, Henry George: Biographical, Anecdotal and Critical Sketch, 1884, 96pp, in PP 1266.

ROSE, LOIS F., Reverend, A Christian Defense of the Right to Choose, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 337. More like “right to kill”! – J.Z.

ROSELANDS SHOPPING CENTRE, of Grace Bros, Gift Voucher case in its construction, to avert a threatened strike, 1964, 4pp, in PP 913.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C. to ZUBE, JOHN, 21 Jan. 67, 1p, in PP 913.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., Laurance Labadie and his Critics, 1p, 24x, in PP 55.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., Reflections of a Libertarian, 1p: 45, in PP 1465. – 1p, in PP 1420/22: 229.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., Systems, 3pp, 24x, in PP 55.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., The Economics of Scarcity vs. Economics of Liberty, 2pp from WAY OUT, in THE INDIAN LIBERTARIAN, April 15, 1967, 29x, in PP 911.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., The Economics of Scarcity, 4pp, THE INDIAN LIBERTARIAN, 1 May 67, 29x, in PP 911.

ROSEMAN, HERBERT C., to ZUBE, JOHN, 13 April 67, 2pp, in PP 913.

ROSEMONT, FRANKLIN, A New Look at Haymarket, a 2pp review of: The Haymarket Tragedy, by Paul Avrich, Princeton U.P., 550pp, from INDUSTRIAL WORKER, Chicago, May 85, in PP 1109.

ROSEN, STEVEN, Future Facts, 1976, here only cover, contents list, review and a short extract informing on micrographic options, 5pp, in PP 907-910. Very few of the futuristic books describe this option at all. – J.Z.

ROSENBERG, ALEXANDER, Chapter 8, Conclusion and Applications, “Microeconomic Laws: A Philosophical Analysis, Pittsburgh, Pa., UPP, 1976, 181-215, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p276, headed: Economic Laws.

ROSENBERG, NATHAN, Problems in the Economist’s Conceptualization of Technological Innovation, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 7, 1975, 456-481, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p277, headed: “Pure” vs. “Grubby” Knowledge.

ROSENBOHM, ELIMAR, Die Kreditschoepfungstheorie ist eine Theorienschoepfung, Zum neuen Buch: “Geld und Boden”, von Prof. Dr. Werner Zimmermann, Dec. 67, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742. Compare PP 1042. See under CREATION OF MONEY & CREDIT, & DOUGLAS.

ROSENFELD, M., Between Rights and Consequences: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Foundations of Legal Ethics in the Changing World of Securities Regulation, GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 49, March 81, 462-538, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1860, headed: Individual Rights vs. Utilitarian Consequences.

ROSENSHIELD, GARY, The Imagination and the ‘I’ in Zamjatin’s WE. SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN JOURNAL 23, Spring 79, 51-62, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p918, headed : Zmyatin and the Self.

ROSENSTIEL, SCOTT ERIC, What Is Sovereign Citizenship? 2pp, in PP 1535: 61. – I was disappointed by this treatment, which still expresses merely a statist and territorialist, as well as a collectivist point of view. I found nothing on individual sovereignty, individual secessionism, voluntary associationism, exterritorial autonomy or panarchism in it. – J.Z., 22.12.98.

ROSENZWEIG, ROBERT M., An End to Autonomy: Who Pulls the Strings? CHANGE 10, 1978, 28-34, 62, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p421, headed: Regulation vs. Academic Autonomy.

ROSENZWEIG, SAUL, Outline of a Denotative Definition of Aggression, AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 3, 1977, 379-383, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p614, headed: Constructive Assertiveness.

ROSETTO, LOUIS & LEHR, STAN, Libertarian Alternative, 4pp, 1973, in PP 999.

ROSETTO, LOUIS, Jr., Vanishing Point, a review of the film, 6pp, in PP 1,018.

ROSINA, HARRY, Die Masse der Menschen fuehrt ein Leben stiller Verzweiflung, 3 S.: 121, in PP 1456.

ROSINA, HARRY, Gluecklich isst – wer vergisst, 3 S.: 90, in PP 1456. – Als ob nur das Fleich vergifted oder angesteckt waere. – J.Z.

ROSS HOUSE BOOKS, Order Form, listing its titles, 1p, 1997, in PP 1538: 207. – Christian freedom lovers.

ROSS HOUSE BOOKS, Selections, 11pp, in PP 923.

ROSS, DOROTHY, The Liberal Tradition Revisited and the Republican Tradition Addressed, in : New Directions in American Intellectual History, ed. by John Higham, BAltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Press, 1979, pp 116-131, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p600, headed: Republicanism: Virtue of Lockean Individualism?

ROSS, E.G., Foreign Policy and the Non-Aggression Principle: Conceptual vs. Perceptual Non-Aggression, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 27.

ROSS, E.G., The “Barbaric Bezant”, 2pp, date? source” in PP 25, on monetary history.

ROSS, ERNEST G., Capitalism vs. Comte, 7pp: 555, in PP 1529-33.

ROSS, ERNEST G., Letter from the Paper Planet, 8pp: 432, in PP 1529-33. – For conventional gold standard and private coinage.

ROSS, ERNEST G., Live Long and Prosper, 7pp: 512, in PP 1529-33.

ROSS, ERNEST G., The Two Faces of Risk, 5pp: 464, in PP 1529-33.

ROSS, ERNEST GL, The Price of Education, 6pp: 374, in PP 1529-33.

ROSS, PHILIP, Irradiation vs. Irrationality, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 286. “… environmentally sound, completely safe…” – Once they said this on X-Rays, too. – In this respect too many libertarians go uncritically with the mainstream thinking of government owned and trained “experts”. As themselves largely ignored voices they should at least listen to other ignored voices. – J.Z.

ROSS, PHILIP, Zapping the Zappers, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 470. – On fighting charges arising from speed cameras.

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

ROSS, THOMAS S., Gun Control: Legal? Wise? 1p, in PP 279: 5.

ROSS, THOMAS SCOTT, What’s a Libertarian, 1988, 6pp, L.P. leaflet: 1, in PP 1504.

ROSSETTO, LOUIS, Jr. & LEHR, STAN, The Crime of Government, 1972, 11pp, in PP 1027.

ROSSI, GIOVANNI, Dr., “Cardias”, Utopie und Experiment, Studien und Berichte, nebst Artikeln von Sestilio Rossi, Filippo Turati, Ettore Guindani, Luigi Molinari (Leonida Bissolati), C. Timmermann, John Most, Peter Krapotkin, A. Capellaro, Francois Coppee, Goergest Montorgueil, Rouxel, Jean Grave, Errico Malatesta, gesammelt und uebersetzt von Alfred Sanftleben (“Slovak”), Zuerich, 1897, 324pp, 29x, in PP 766. The shorter contributions by various authors are not separately listed.

ROSSI, PELLEGRINO, see REYBAUD, M. LOUIS, Economistes Modernes, – M. Richard Cobden, M. Frederic Bastiat, M. Michel Chevalier, M. John Stuart Mill, M. Leon Faucher & M. Pellegrino Rossi, Paris, 1862, 439pp, in PP 1096.

ROSSMAN, PARKER & IMAD-AD-DEAN AHMAD & DAN KARLAN, A “Solution” in the Middle East, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p36.

ROSTKY, GEORGE, Job protection, 1p, in PP 1440/42: on the absurdity of gun laws and the denial of self-defence rights.

ROSTRON, BRYAN, Smuggled! 15pp: 111, in PP 1506/07. – On the smuggling of an art object and against the nationalization of art objects. Those who neither produced nor found them should not be able to claim them, not even in the name of “the nation” or “the people”. Nor should “heritage rights” become impersonal and stretched over centuries. This one did cost fortune in court hearings, too. – The same absurdities are involved in territorial nationalism. A free art market would make art objects accessible to the world, in originals and in xyz duplicates. And tax payers would not be forced to shell out, as in Australia recently, $ 300,000 for an old Buddha statue, for the Sydney Art Gallery, one even without head and hands. I have many shapeless stones, which are even older, on my property. No bids accepted below $ 1,000 each! I also posses a mass produced but complete small B. statue, which I would let you have for $ 10,000.- My eldest gave it to me as a gift because, he thought, my father, Kurt Zube, resembled this figure. – But as long as bureaucrats and politicians decide … – PIOT, J.Z.

ROTH, GABRIEL, Privatization of Public Services, 1986, 20pp, in PP 1,014.

ROTH, MICHAEL S., Foucault’s History of the Present, HISTORY AND THEORY 20, 1981, 32-46, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1781, headed: Foucault’s History: Power/Knowledge.

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N. & EVERS, BILL, Why Leninism Is Wrong, 2pp, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N. & OLMSTEAD, SCOTT M., Is Voting Unlibertarian? 3pp, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., A Letter to S.E. Parker, 1p. 24x, in PP 55.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Anarcho-Communism, 1970, 4pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., 101 Ways to Promote Libertarian Ideas, Nos. 1-29, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 79. – My list would greatly differ, largely because I do not believe that proper markets for ideas are already in existence and have only to be used. I hold that most of them have to be established first. – Free marketeers should be able to realize that. – J.Z., 8.10.97.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., A Bunch of Losers, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 9.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., A Letter to Sen. Hatfield – The Guaranteed Annual Income, August 17, 1969, 4pp: 100, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., America’s Great Depression, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 103, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Another Round in the Gold Debate, REASON, April 1986, 1p, reviewing: Hans Sennholz: Money and Freedom, 29x, in PP 742.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Appeal for the Ludwig von Mises Institute, 3pp, 29x, in PP 555.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Are we Being Beastly to the Gipper? Part I, 4pp: 161. Part II, 2pp: 167, Part II, 1p: 180, Part IV, 1p: 188, Part V, 1p: 202, in PP 1313/1314.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Austrian Economics – Boom, Sell-Out & Revival, parts I & II, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 234 & 240.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Basic Principles of Free Market Economics, 16 tapes, reviewed by IDA WALTERS, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 3.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Buchanan’s Nobel Prize, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 61.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Carter & Co. – Back at the Old Stand, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 137.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Changing Judgments and Alliances, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 189.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Conceived in Liberty, I, 1p. review by ARTHUR A. EKIRCH, in PP 1367/68: 89.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Conservation in the Free Market, 1970, 9pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Continue the Struggle, view on S.D.S., with L.P. Liggio’s contribution to the discussion, 3pp, 36x, in PP 369.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Contra Psychological “Liberation”, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 45.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Crane’s Grand Design for UPDATE, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 205. – Instead of fighting each other, libertarian newsletters should supplement each other, permanently, on fiche. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Defusing the Baby Bomb, 4pp: 345, in PP 1457/62. – See: Overpopulation Theory.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Do you Hate the State? The Key Question, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 145.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Don’t Cry for Iraq, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 210.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Don’t Re-Regulate the Airlines, 2pp, in PP 480.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Double Victory for Aggression, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 197.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Dr. Rothbard Again (on fb doctrine), 1p, in PP 1386/91: 1018.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Economic Depressions: Causes and Cures, 30pp, 29x, in PP 371.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Economic Mess, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 65.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Education, Free and Compulsory, The Individual’s Education, 52pp, 36x, in PP 345.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Education: Free & Compulsory, 1971, I: 7pp: 411; II: 14pp: 491, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature and other essays, 1974, 152pp, 29x in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Egalitarianism as a Revolt against Nature: And Other Essays, review by WALTER E. GRINDER, 1p: 61, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Energy Fascism, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 113.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Ethics of Liberty, here only in a 2pp review by JULE R. HERBERT, Jr., in PP 277/278: 112.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Exclusive Interview by THE NEW BANNER, 2/72, 4pp: 95, in PP 1498.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., F.A. Hayek and the Concept of Coercion, in ORDO: Jahrbuch fuer die Ordnung von Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, vol. 31, Stuttgart, N.Y., Gustav Fisher Verlag, 1980, 43-50, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1179, headed: Hayek on Coercion and Freedom. – Hayek has to my knowledge never attacked the monopolism and coercion inherent in territorialism or territorial sovereignty and never seriously considered the libertarian alternative to it. Please, correct me if I am wrong in this. Nor did I ever find Rothbard very clear and consistent on this. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Felix Morley, RIP, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 187.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Flat-Rate: The Latest Con, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 198.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Floyd Arthur “Baldy” Harper, RIP, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 51.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For a New Liberty, 1973, review by JERRY BIGGERS, 1p: 34, in PP 1498.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For A New Liberty, in PP 1312/1314: 50. Review only, 1p, by SCHULMAN, J. NEIL.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For a New Liberty, review by Walter Grinder, 1p: 5, in PP 1468.

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Four Strategies for Libertarian Change, 1989, 14pp, LA Tactical Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Frank Chodorov R.I.P., 6pp, in PP 984.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Freedom, Inequality, Primitivism and the Division of Labor, 1970, 38pp, in PP 1365: 5.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Frontlines, RIP, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 267.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Gandhism once more, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 270.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Greenspan: A Freedom Fighter: 1p, in PP 480.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Greenspan: Randian, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 119. See also Machan’s comment on p. 127.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Hands Off the Middle East! 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 89.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Individualist anarchism in the U.S.: Origins, 15pp: 8, in PP 1501.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Inflation: Playing Politics with Money, LP Position Paper, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 298.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Inside Trading, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p316.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Interview with Susan Kirschbaum, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 139-142

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Introduction, 6pp, to: BARNES, HARRY ELMER, Pearl Harbor after a Quarter of a Century, 124pp, in PP 984.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Iraq/Iranamok, 2, in PP 1283-1286 p288&295.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Is This America? Cops, Criminals & the Bombing of Philadelphia, 3pp, in PP 1165.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., It Usually Ends with Ed Crane, 71, 2pp, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Justice and Property Rights, 1973, 16pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Keynote Address to the LP Convention, 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 157.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Kid Lib, 1972, 8pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Kiss and Tell, Review of: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, Judgment Day, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 281.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Left And Right: The Prospects For Liberty, 1965, 20pp, 29x, in PP 391, 19pp, in PP 984.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Left Opportunism: The Case of SLS, Part II, 1971, 2pp, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Leonard Read, RIP, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 267. – He and Rothbard rest in peace now – but should we rest in peace before all the freedom writings of such people are fully, permanently and cheaply accessible to all, in all major languages? – J.Z., 12.6.98.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Letter on the Mises Institute, 3pp, 48x, in PP 739.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Letter, undated, 2pp, with comments by Parker, in PP 1420/22: 255. – On “Slings & Arrows” article in Jan/Feb. 67 issue.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Libertarian Party, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 98.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Libertarian Scholarship Advances, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 131. Of bibliographical interest. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Libertarianism vs. “Low Tax Liberalism”, 2pp, in PP 275.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Libertarianism vs. “Low Tax Liberalism”, 2pp, plus 9 of 11pp of the subsequent discussion, in PP 274.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Liberty and the New Left, 33pp, in PP 984.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Listen, Y.A.F., 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Living Liberty, and all that, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 281.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Ludwig von Mises and The Paradigm For Our Age, 13pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Ludwig von Mises, RIP, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 97.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Lysander Spooner: Libertarian Pietist, 6pp, 24x, in PP 111-134.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Man Economy and State, review by MISES, 4pp: 77 in PP 1480.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Man, Economy and State, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 105, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Mao as Free Enterpriser; or, Halbrook in Wonderland, 1972, 2pp, in PP 1,027.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Margaret Mead: Justice at Last! 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 250. “…the gross distortions and ideological flim-flam of M.M.”…

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., McGovern vs. Rothbard, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 52.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., McGovern? Hah! Nix on McGovernment, 1972, 4pp, with 5pp of comments by Irvin Markoff, David Nolan and Louis Rossetto, in PP 1,027.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Milton Friedman Unravelled, 5pp: 368, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Modern Historians Confront the American Revolution, bibliographical essay, 24pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p18.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Money Inflation and Price Inflation, 1p, in PP 1117.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Movement Depression, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 261.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Movement Memories, mainly a March 4, 1947 letter to FEE, 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 241.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Myths of the Cold War, 12pp, n.d., in PP 1365: 1.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., National Liberation, 1969, 3pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., New Airline Massacre: Where’s the Outrage? 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 278. – On Dr. Savimbi’s, of UNITA.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., New Grass-Roots Hard-Money Group, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 230. On Alliance for Monetary Education, Leonia, N.J., 1982. – Does it still exist? I believe I never saw any of its publications. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., New Light on the Prehistory of the Austrian School, in: The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics, ed. By Edwin G. Dolan, Kansas City, Sheed & Ward, 1976, pp 52-74, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p618, headed: Scholasticism and Austrian Economics.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Nixon’s NEP, 4pp, reprint from THE LIBERTARIAN FORUM, Nov. 1971: 571, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Notes on Watergate, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 49.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Oh, oh, oh, what a Lovely War! 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 183. (Falkland Islands)

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., On Coalitions & Alignments, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 881.

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Parallel Institutions, 3pp, with comments by J.Z., 1965, 24x, in PP 6.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., PENTHOUSE Interview with MURRAY ROTHBARD, 4pp, in PP 1377: 118.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and Market, review by MILTON M. SHAPIRO, Power OR Market, 8pp: 54, in PP 1501.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and Market: Government and the Economy, review by R.A. Childs, 3pp: 336, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and the Market, review by S.E. PARKER, Anarchism from the Right, 1p: 101, in PP 1482.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Prof., The New Left’s Approach to Decentralization and the Free Market, with other authors, 4pp, 24x, in PP 6.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Reagan War Watch, 6pp, in PP 1312/1314: 282.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Reflections on the Middle East, 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 121. Alas, he discusses only the difficulties of territorial statism, not the solution of exterritorial autonomy for all parties. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of JIM LEWIS, Liberty Reclaimed: A New Look at American Politics, 2pp, in PP 995.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: BANFIELD, EDWARD C., The Unheavenly City, 1p: 29, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: GILDER, GEORGE, Sexual Suicide, 1p: 37, in PP 1468. – On women’s lib.

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: HUTT, W.H., The Strike-Threat System, 1p: 24, in PP 1468.

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: NOCK, ALBERT J., Our Enemy the State, 1p: 39, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: PALYI, MELCHIOR, The Twilight of Gold, 1914-1936: Myths and Realities & of: RUEFF, JACQUES, The Monetary Sins of the West, 1p: 14, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: RUBNER, ALEX, Three Sacred Cows in Economics, 1/2 p: 52, in PP 1468. – An attack on establishment economics.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Review of: SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Social Darwinism: Selected Essays, 1/2p: 33, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Reviews: 1.) Melchior Palyi, The Twilight of Gold, 1914-1936: Myths and Realities, 2.) Jacques Rueff, The Monetary Sin of the West, in 1p, BOOKS FOR LIBERTARIANS, May 73, in PP 803.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Revolution in Chile, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 92.

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

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

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., See: WHITE, JULIA, Rothbardian Red Herring? 1p: 50, with 1p reply by Rothbard: 50/51: in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Short People, Arise! 1p, on quotas and discrimination, in PP 1312/1314: 16.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Should Abortion Be a Crime? The Abortion Question once more, 3pp, in PP 1297, – 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 146. – Review of: THOMPSON, JUDITH JARVIS, A Defence of Abortion, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, Fall 71, pp 55-56. – A few pages and even book-sized treatments will not sufficiently confront and refute the opposing views. They should all be brought together, even if this required an encyclopaedic treatment. But until consensus is achieved, let the opponents live in their own panarchies, with different crime acts. Abortionists would tend to execute themselves, gradually, as a species. Consider this as a natural punishment for that species, however unjust it still is to the individual foetus. – While there are so many people around who imagine it to be just to kill their own children, we cannot achieve complete justice. Enlighten, economically liberate, adopt, achieve free child labour and sensible upbringing and education loans, transplant unwanted foetuses, establish a market for them, but do not try to fight or punish their parents, not, at least, until, in a few hundred years, maybe, they will generally be considered only as a small and criminal minority, like those are now, who kill their children after birth. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Should Libertarians Vote? 1972, 1p, in PP 1,027.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Society Without A State, in: Anarchism, NOMOS XIX: Yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, eds. J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman, N.Y.U.P., 1978, 191-207, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p895, headed: Stateless Defence of Rights.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Special Analysis of the Freeze: “The End of Economic Freedom”, 71, 5pp, in PP 276.

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.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Tax Rebellion in Illinois! 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 153.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The American Revolution Reconsidered, Review of 14 books on the subject, 2pp: 66, in PP 1468.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Anatomy of the State, 1965, 20pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Apotheosis of Harry, 1p, on Truman, in PP 1312/1314: 25.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Assault on Abortion Freedom, 1/2p, in PP 1312/1314: 207. – Why not advocate baby, infant & child murder “freedom”, too? The early Romans considered children as property and some Stirner followers did, too. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Case Against a Tariff on Imported Oil, 3pp, in PP 619, 48x, in PP 739.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Communist as Bogey-Man, on Frank S. Meyer, The Moulding of Communists, 20pp, in PP 984.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Crusade against South Africa, 1p, in PP 279: 7, enlarged: 113/114.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Death of Reaganomics, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 213.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Economy: the Year Ahead, 1983, 4pp, in PP 1312/1314: 237.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Editor Comments, 1/2p, on Blockian Ethics, in PP 1312/1314: 60.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Editor Rebuts (Hospers), 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 36. The Editor’s Final Rebuttal, 1p: 56.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Emerging Crisis, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 129. Party politics only. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The End of Economic Freedom, 6pp reprint from THE LIBERTARIAN FORUM, Sep. 1971: 565, in PP 1457/62. – 8pp, in PP 1312/1314: 1.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Essential von Mises, 1973, 60pp, in PP 1365: 15.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Ethics of Freedom, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 317.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Ethics of Liberty, 1982, 278pp, 17pp review only, by JOHN HOSPERS: 318, in PP 1529-33.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Fallacy of the Public Sector, 1961, 7pp, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Flat Rate Trap, 1971, 3pp, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Defense Spending Issue: Marxism according to the Pentagon, 2pp: 238, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Ecology Issue: Conservation In The Free Market, 6pp: 207, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Inflationary Recession Issue: “Nixonomics” Explained, 5pp: 301, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Women’s Lib Issue: Setting it Straight, 1970, 11pp, 29x, in PP 391. – 7pp: 271, in PP 1457/62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Historical Claims to the Falklands, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 186. – Again the exterritorial or panarchistic alternative was not considered, although it would have saved face and served justice and interests of both sides. – Every “nation” is imperialistic towards “its” minorities. – J.Z. More on the Falklands, 1p: 191. Falkland Followup, 1/2p: 235.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Homeless and the Hungry and the …, 1p, in PP 1117.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Homeless, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p254.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Insurance Crisis, 1p, repr. from the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s ISSUES IN ECONOMIC POLICY, in PP 279: 25.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Jud Comm Ploy, 2pp (on Crane), in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Libertarian Forum, 1969-1971, 205pp, contains too numerous contributions from his pen, unsigned, to attempt to list here. For a full listing see the List by PP Nos. 36x, PP 369.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Libertarian: The Gospel according to LeFevre, 2pp review, in PP 1312/1314: 91.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Massacre (Beirut), 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 219.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Mayoral Circus, II, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 57.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Meaning of Mises, I, 4pp, in PP 274: 144.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Meaning of Revolution, 2pp, 1969, 29x, in PP 391.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Meaning of the Mises Institute, 4pp, in PP 274. 5pp, 48x, in PP 379.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Middle East, 1/2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 100.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Movement, 1p, on Human Events, Libertarian Review & No. of libertarians, in PP 1312/1314: 17.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Mystery of Banking, 1983, N.Y., 386pp, review only, 1p, by BRIAN SUMMERS: 503, in PP 1529- 33.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Mystery of Banking, reviewed, PP 1042.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Need for a Movement and a Party, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 62.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The New Libertarian Vanguard, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 232.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The New Menace of Gandhism, 5pp, in PP 1312/1314: 253.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Plumb Line, 1972, 3pp, on Kid Lib., in PP 1,027.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Railroads of France, 2pp, in PP 1418: 11.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Reagan Watch, 3pp, in PP 1243/44.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Sociology of the Ayn Rand Cult, 12pp, n.d., 75. – “For every tyrant a thousand ready slaves”? – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Spooner-Tucker Doctrine, from the Point of View of an Economist, 1965, 9pp, 29x, in PP 391, with various replies, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 564. Some Preliminary Notes, reviewing this essay, by John Zube, 20pp, only 20 years late!, in 564. In the meantime, some of the economists of the Austrian School have rediscovered some of the monetary freedom facts, ideas and possibilities, but most of the pioneering works on this subject are still unknown to them – and, naturally, to most other people, and, apart from this series, also inaccessible to them. – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Sticks in the Closet, Nixon’s Second Term, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 33.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Tarring and Feathering of John Kenneth Galbraith, 7pp: 30, in PP 1506/07.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Transformation of the American Right, 12pp, a flyer for THE LIBERTARIAN FORUM, n.d. or source, probably from some anthology on the American Right, in PP 959.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The War in the British Movement, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 229. On Libertarian Alliance. See also the short open letter on p 259.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., To the Gold Commission, 3pp, in PP 1312/1314: 175.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Use Immunity: Let the Punishment Fit the Crime, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 86.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., VAT: The New Expropriation, 1p, in PP 276.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., VAT: The New Expropriation, abridged, from HUMAN EVENTS, n.d., 1p, in PP 276: 68.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Voluntaryism and Dropout-ism, 1p, in PP 1297.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., War, Peace and the State, 1963, 8pp, 29x, in PP 386, 11pp, 29x, in PP 391, 3pp, 29x, in PP 408, 6pp, in THE STANDARD, in PP 1132. (One of the best and most ignored essays he ever wrote. J.Z.)

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Why Be Libertarian? 1966, 5pp, with 1p comment by John Zube, 1981, 29x, in PP 391 & 1018. When will Rothbard authorize or organize himself a complete microfiche issue of all his writings? I have a number of his writings but altogether only a small fraction of them. Carl Watner, years ago, produced a comprehensive bibliography. I have not sighted it, as yet, either. Incomplete, temporary and low impression paper publications can be mere paper tigers, especially when they are o.o.p., out of local libraries and bookshops. All freedom thoughts of as great and wide a thinker should be fully & cheaply available at any time, upon demand, at least on microfiche. When will he and his friends see the microeconomics and the scientific value of this? – J.Z.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Why Have a Libertarian Party? 1p excerpt only from address, March 73: 45, in PP 1498.

ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Why Should Texaco Be Liable? 1p, in PP 1283-1286p181.

ROTOV, DIMITRI, Public School Daze, 2pp, in PP 279.

ROTOV, DIMITRI, Public School Daze, 2pp, in PP 279: 5.

ROTTER, ANDY SETH, The Conservative Reaction: 1885-1995, 1p, in PP 1287/89p587.

ROUSSEAU, J.J., Chapter against Might Is Right, from his Social Contract, see REDBEARD, RAGNAR, Might Is Right.


ROUSSEAU, see LAYSON, R.C., in PP 925.

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

ROUSSELO-DESPIERRES, FR., Hierarchie des Principles, La, et des Problemes Sociaux, Paris, 1912, 343pp, in PP 1196. This may be an important title: it came from Ulrich von Beckerath’s library. It seems to deal somewhat with individual sovereignty, human rights, panarchism and non-violence. My French is not enough to understand it. Worth translating? A French contact assured me it is not. But it may be worth having a second opinion on this. For why did B. keep it in his library? – So many people manage to overlook essential messages in a book. Many read Ayn Rand only for entertainment. – If you promise to give me your view on it, I send you a free copy. – J.Z.

ROUX, SCOTT LE, The “Aid Beggars” who slaughter their own people, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 259. – From AIDA PARKER NEWSLETTER.

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

ROWLEY, C.D., The Stateless Politics of Melanesia, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p305.

ROXBURGH, R.D., Project Team Management in Action, 6pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA MONTHLY LETTER, Dec. 1974, Life-long Learning, 9pp: 211, in PP 1529- 33.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Civil Liberties during WW I, in PP 1404/06: (1), 4pp: 165; (02), 6pp: 177; (3), 4pp: 189; (4), 4pp: 201; (5), 5pp: 213.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Gays and the Law, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 342.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, He Kept Us Out of War. Background of a Slogan, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 52.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Is the LP Dead? And Should it Be? 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 41.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Louis Ludlow & the War Referendum Debate, 4pp, in PP 1404/06: 53.

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Merchants of Death, in PP 1404/06: part 1: The Nye Committee Organizes, 2pp: 105, part 2, 3pp: 117, part 3, 4pp: 129.

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

ROYCE, E. SCOTT, The Australian Conscription Referenda, 6pp, in PP 1404/06: 324.

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

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

ROYCE, ERIC SCOTT, FDR’s Mass Sedition Trial, 75, 4pp, in PP 1345/46: 5.

ROYCE, ERIC SCOTT, Memoirs of a Post-’69 YAF Grad, 2pp, in PP 1350: 54.

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

ROYKO, MIKE, Without Drug Profits, We Wouldn’t Have to Fight, 1p, n.d., from THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, in PP 1440/42: 284.

RUBAK, SIMON, A travers les livres: “L’Utopie ou la mort” de Rene Dumont, 4pp, 1974, in PP 1142.

RUBENSTEIN, Stan, Dutch, the Patroons and the New World, The, Georgist, 1982, 4pp, 48x, in PP 626.

RUBIN, SHERRIE, The USC Incident, article in RAP, 1970, 24x, in PP 176-177.

RUBIN, TRUDY, Do Workers Work Better Without Bosses? 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

RUBNER, ALEX, Three Sacred Cows in Economics, review by ROTHBARD, 1/2 p: 52, in PP 1468. – An attack on establishment economics.

RUBY, FLICK, The Garlic of Anarchism. Why Feminism is the Garlic of Anarchism, 4pp: 4, in PP 1481. – Would she say that masculinity is the essence of anarchism? Both have simply nothing to do with it, apart from self-awareness, self-reliance and self-assertion. But why bring such obvious characteristics into a political, economic and social discussion? – J.Z., 5.6.98.

RUDD, MARK, letter, 2pp, n.d., on Paul Goodman’s The Black Flag of Anarchism, in PP 1127/1128.

RUEBLING, CHARLOTTE E., Financing Government through Monetary Expansion and Inflation, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS REVIEW, 57, 1975, 15-23, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p122. Headed: Government Inflation. (There is no other for the main precondition is a government granted legal tender power. J.Z.)

RUEDIGER, HELMUT, Diskussionsbrief an einen Freund ueber J.P. Proudhon und den Syndikalismus, 31.3.1949, 20pp: 50, in PP 1455.

RUEDIGER, HELMUT, Diskussionsbrief ueber Proudhon und den Syndicalismus, 1949, 4 S. Diskussionsprotokoll ueber diesen Brief, von Urta, mit 2 S. Gedanken zu Ruedigers Brief, in PP 906.

RUEDIGER, HELMUT, Ein deutscher freiheitlicher Sozialist, 15 S., in PP 1154. Ueber Gustav Landauer.

RUEFF, JACQUES, The Monetary Sin of the West, review by Rothbard: PP 803.

RUEFF, JACQUES, The Monetary Sins of the West, review by ROTHBARD, 1p: 14, in PP 1468.

RUEHLE, BUD, It just Doesn’t Make Good Census to me, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 448.

RUEST, ANSELM, Dr., MAX STIRNER, Leben – Weltanschauung, Vermaechtnis, 3. Aufl., 1906, 236 S., 24x, PP 287.

RUEST, ANSELM, John Henry Mackay als Lyriker, 4 S, 1911, in PP 1327: 106.

RUEST, ANSELM, Zur Einfuehrung, in Stirner, Der Einzige, 20 S., 24x in PP 364.

RUFF, HOWARD J., Famine and Survival in America, 1p review by DON STEPHENS, in PP 1367/68: 90.

RUFFORD, NICK, Legal net slowly closes on Brother No. 1, 1996 clipping, 2pp, on Pol Pot, 117, in PP 1475.

RUIZ, B. CANO, AUGUSTIN SOUCHY & GASTON LEVAL, La Obra Constructiva de la Revolucion Espanola, 1982, 327pp, 36x, in PP 876. Reproduced upon recommendation by ANTONIO of Jura Books, Sydney.

RUIZ, B. CANO, Nuestra Encuesta, 2pp: 41, in PP 1494.

RUIZ, B. CANO, Que Es El Anarchismo? 1985, 568pp, in PP 874/875. (Upon recommendation of ANTONIO Jura Books, Sydney.)

RUIZ, B. CANO, Sobre asociacion, 1p: 18, in PP 1494.

RUKEYSER, LOUIS, Holier than thou Investing: Cure for Guilty Juppie Bucks, 1p, in PP 480. – See: ETHICAL INVESTMENT.

RUKEYSER, MERRYLE STANLEY, The Creative Thrust of Capitalism, 6pp: 133, in PP 1529- 33.





RUMBOLD, BRONWEN, Worker Participation in Western Europe, 8pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

RUMMEL, R.J., Deadlier than War, 7pp, in PP 790. – On the internal war of dictatorships against their subjects.

RUMMEL, R.J., Statistics of Genocide etc., References only, 26pp, in PP 1538. – Rummel has done much excellent work of this kind. But what I would still be much more interested in is a survey of all ideas, methods, programs etc. to PREVENT genocide by anyone, with or without ABC mass murder devices. Full awareness of the scope of the problem is not yet enough to lead to rightful and rational actions. – J.Z.

RUMNEY, J., A Bibliography of Herbert Spencer, 48pp, 24x, in PP 204.

RUNAR, SHELL, Short List of Some Addresses, 1p, 29x, in PP 675.

RUNDBRIEF DER AG SPAK – TAK-AOE, Sommerseminar 1987, Zusammenfassungen und Auszuege nur, von Gerhard & Burghard Flieger, 6 S., in RUNDBRIEF, MONETARY FREEDOM NETWORK, Nr. 5, in PP 906.

RUNDBRIEF, Berlin, Monetary Freedom Network, in German, See: Monetary Freedom Network.


RUSHDOONY, R.J., A Chicken in Every Pot, 1p, 250, in PP 1463/64.

RUSHDOONY, ROUSAS J., The Myth of Over-Population, 1969, 1974, 56pp, in PP 1321.

RUSHDOONY, ROUSAS JOHN, God, the Devil, and Legal Tender, 1p, in PP 1247. – For some people “God”, the “Devil” and the “Scriptures” really get in the way of fully discussing all aspects of “legal tender” and of rightful alternatives to it. – J.Z.

RUSHDOONY, Rousas John, Rev., God, the Devil, and Legal Tender, 1981, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic? 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish. A Hilarious Catalogue of Organized and Individual Stupidity, 1943, 26pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Can Men Be Rational? 1947, 4pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Free Thought and Official Propaganda, 1922, 10p, Haldeman – Julius Publications, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? n.d., 31pp, LBB No. 1463, in PP 1208.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Ideas that Have Helped Mankind, 1946, 15pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication No. 5381, in PP 1226.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Is Science Superstitious? 1947, 4pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-543, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, On the Value of Scepticism, 7pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-542, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, On Youthful Cynicism, 1929, 4pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-542, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Stoicism and Mental Health, written in 1928, 5pp; Modern Homogeneity, 1930, 4pp; Men Versus Insects, 1933, 2pp, published by E. Haldeman-Julius, in B-545, in 1947, in PP 1213.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, The Faith of a Rationalist, 1947, 5pp, in series edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, No. B-638, in PP 1213.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, The Sham of American Education, 3pp, in PP 1208.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, Useless” Knowledge, n.d., 6pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-543, in PP 1219.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, We Must Tear Up History Books and Start again. The Educational Duties of the State for Better International Understanding, 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226. – Russell was one of the all too many who failed to understand that real education requires its total separation from the State, which on all social science subjects tends to supply mostly only miseducation. The territorial State is likely to keep it a secret that territorial divisions of people are among the main factors making for war and that combining all territories into one would make matters, in some respects, even worse, e.g. would assure even more civil wars, and prolong despotism, poverty, inflations and depressions. – J.Z.

RUSSELL, BERTRAND, What Can a Free Man Worship? No date, 22pp, in Little Blue Book No. 677, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1206.

RUSSELL, CRAIG, The Morality of Profit, 3pp: 612, in PP 1529- 33.

RUSSELL, DEAN, A Short History of Liberty, 4pp, in PP 957.

RUSSELL, DEAN, Free Trade: Domestic, Foreign, 8pp: 13, in PP 1529- 33.

RUSSELL, DEAN, How to Stop Wars, 1p from FEE’s THE FREEMAN & DEREGULATOR, in PP 480.

RUSSELL, DEAN, My Freedom Depends on Yours, 14pp: 77, in PP 1529-33.

RUSSELL, DEAN, My Freedom Depends On Yours, FEE, 1953, 29pp, in PP 962.

RUSSELL, DEAN, The Birth of a Capitalist, 3pp, in PP 1418: 5.

RUSSELL, DEAN, The First Leftist, 2pp, in PP 1112.

RUSSELL, DEAN, The Positive Approach, 1p: 605, in PP 1529- 33.

RUSSELL, DEAN, The Secrets of Swiss Prosperity, 10pp: 506, in PP 1529-33.

RUSSELL, DEAN, Wanted: More Millionaires, 5pp, in PP 957.

RUSSELL, DEAN, Wards of the Government, FEE, In Brief 4/1, 1950, 15pp, in PP 999.

RUSSELL, DEAN, What Can I Do, 1p, in PP 1283-1286 p388 & 399. – Start by listing all the things an individual could and should do to promote liberty. A full list of these options could fill many volumes, not just an article, and it would keep growing and could lead to many pro-liberty activities, in a division of labour process. Start by completing and utilizing the 1000 projects suggested in PP 20/21. – J.Z.

RUSSELL, DEAN, What Can I Do? 3pp, letter, in PP 1418: 48.

RUSSELL, DEAN, Who Is A Libertarian? FEE, L.P., n.d., 7pp, in PP 957.

RUSSELL, JOHN, Ethische Erziehung ohne Religion, 1910, 3 S., 29x, in PP 349.

RUSSELL, M., Letter, 1993, 1/2 p, on “Thou shalt not murder”, rather than “not kill”, in PP 1163.

RUSSELL, NEIL, State Bank No Utopia, 1p, 1977, in PP 1185. – RUSSON, NICHOLAS, Gun Control? 1p, in PP 1271.

RUSSELL, READ, The Triumph of Free Trade and other Essays and Speeches, 384pp, 1920, with a 44pp introduction by Charles F.G. Masterman, in PP 1069.

RUSSELL, WILLIAM & ZUBE, JOHN, The Right to Asylum, 4pp, 1965, 24x, in PP 6.

RUSSELL, WILLIAM, WILSON, C.C. & ZUBE, JOHN, City Representation in the United Nations, 7pp, 1966, 24x, in PP 6.

RUSSELL-WOOD, A.J.R., Iberian Expansion and the Issue of Black Slavery: Changing Portuguese Attitudes, 1440-1770, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 83, Feb. 78, 16-42, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p408, headed: Slavery and Imperialist Ideology.

RUSSIA, ANARCHISM in, PP 412p412, 1155.


RUSSIA, PP 12, 16-18, 61-63, 163, 399-401, 404, 418/19p30, 622, 694, 698, 705, 864, 923, 975, 1002, 1052-61 (LA For. Pol. Persp. 21), 1119. See PEACE TREATY WITH RUSSIA, LIBERATION, ON PANARCHY. Russia will remain in a mess – until its gets rid of the remnants of its communist totalitarian bureaucracy, interventionism and mentality, first of all, its totalitarian, coercive, monopolistic and depreciating currency system of centralized banking. I got somehow disgusted with “free marketeers” who made the compromise of offering in their asked-for advice only a “reformed” central banking system, as the supposedly only practicable system. They left out the essential reforms: Ending its monopoly, its legal tender and its regulatory powers. Without these it might continue – for those who can’t think of anything better for themselves. – J.Z.

RUSSIA, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Solving Russia’s Wheat Shortage Problem, 1p: 57, in PP 1515.

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

RUSSIAN ANARCHISTS, SEVERAL, The Reply (to the DIELO TROUDA GROUP), by: Sobol, Schwartz, Steimer, Voline, Lia, Roman, Ervantion, Fleshin, 4pp: 60, in PP 1482.

RUSSIAN PEOPLE, Don’t Blame the Russian People, PP 698. Compare: Collective Responsibility & Individual Responsibility. The only foreign aid Russia & its former satellites might now need, most of all, is a complete freedom library, on microfiche, floppy disks and text CD-ROMs. If you really believed in freedom then you would help to provide it, for us and for all newly but only somewhat liberated people, as soon as possible. – J.Z.

RUSSIAN REVOLUTION : GOLDMAN, EMMA, Die Ursachen des Niederganges der Russischen Revolution, 78 S., einschliesslich: 6 S. Vorwort von Rudolf Rocker, 1922, Verlag Der Syndicalist, Berlin, in PP 1359.


RUSSISCHE REVOLUTION, I, Die Vorlaeufer, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 21, 48 S., in PP 1157. Enthaelt: RAMUS, PIERRE, Vorbemerkung, 1 S.; KROPOTKIN, PETER, Der Anarchismus in Russland, 1905, 14 S.; TSCHERKESOFF, W., Die Krise in Russland, 17 S. & LANDAUER, GUSTAV, Nachwort, 3 S.

RUSSISCHE REVOLUTION, II, DIE, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 22: Der Kronstaedter Matrosenaufstand, 32 S., in PP 1155.

RUSSISCHE REVOLUTION, III, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 23: Die Machno Bewegung, Texte u. Dokumente, 32 S., in PP 1155.

RUSSISCHE REVOLUTION, IV, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 24: BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, Die Russische Tragoedie, Ein Rueckblick und ein Ausblick, 1923, 48 S., in PP 1157.

RUSSO, AARON, The Constitution Party, Don’t Tread on me, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 256.

RUSSON, NICHOLAS, A Rational Drug Policy? 1990, 1p, in PP 1171.

RUTA, Caracas, Publication Acrata, Ano III, Segunda Epoca, 1 Marzo 1972, 32pp: 91, in PP 1504.

RUTLEDGE, ARCHIVALD, Security May Betray Us, 2pp, in PP 1418: 37.

RUWART, MARY J., Can Terrorism Be Stopped? 2pp, in PP 1287/89p447. – Not without exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities! – J.Z.

RUWART, MARY J., Dr., Death by Regulation. The Price we Pay for the FDA, 6pp, in PP 1445: 36.

RUWART, MARY J., Four Easy-to-Implement Reforms that Will Solve America’s Health Care Problems, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p333.

RUWART, MARY J., How “Healing Our World” Went Global, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p477.- Such part successes, all too temporary and for limited editions only, distract attention from e.g. the microfiche, floppy disk, new powerful HD and text-only CD-ROM options for cheap, permanent, and, at last, COMPLETE libertarian and anarchist publishing. So far the common stance is still that of the statue of 3 apes: “We won’t see it, we won’t hear about it, we won’t talk about it!” One might add: We won’t write or publish anything about it, either! – J.Z.

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

RYAN, ALAN, Locke on Freedom: Some Second Thoughts, 1988, 26pp, in PP 1146.

RYAN, CHEYNEY C., The Fiends of Commerce: Romantic and Marxist Criticisms of Political Economy, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 13, Spring 81, 80-94, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1764, headed: Romantics vs. Marx on Political Economy.

RYAN, CHEYNEY C., Yours, Mine and Ours: Property Rights and Individual Liberty, ETHICS 87, 1977, 126-141, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p289, headed: Private Property and Coercion.

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

RYAN, K., Barter Monies Primer, Alternative media of exchange, 12pp, compiled 1990, published 1992, indexed, with bibliography, in PP 1195.

RYAN, K., Freemoot; Alternative Business & Planetary Directory Entry Sheet, 4pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RYBACK, TIMOTHY W., Rock around the Block: A History of Rock Music in Eastern Europe & the Soviet Union, 1990, 272pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.

RYCHLAK, JOSEPH F., Discovering Free Will and Personal Responsibility, N.Y., Oxford UP, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1021, headed: Free Will, Purpose, and Responsibility.

RYDENFELT, SVEN, The Ecology of Entrepreneurship, 4pp: 615, in PP 1529-33.

RYDENFELT, SVEN, The Rise, Fall and Revival of Swedish Rent Control, 1980, CIS, 20pp, 29x, in PP 397.

RYDENFELT,SVEN, A Pattern for Failure: Socialist Economies in Crisis, N.Y., Harcourt, 175pp, review only, 2pp, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 604, in PP 1529-33.

RYDER, DEBORAH, Writing Sado-Masochistic Pornography: A Woman’s Defence, 1990, 2pp, LA Pamphlets No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

RYKER, KENNETH W., Freedom in a Nutshell, 1977, 49pp, in PP 1361: 119.- I tried in vain to find out the organization, library and author’s address. After 20 years often no more than a trace of such efforts can be found. – J.Z.

RYNER, HAN (Han Riner), Individuista Manllibreto et la franca originalo tradukis Valo, 1975, 32pp, in PP 1099.