S., A., Alles wird gut!! Autonome Kultur-Werkstatt Wohlgroth (AKW) in Zureich, 8 S.: 2. – Auszug aus meiner Antwort zu diesem Bericht ueber eine “Besetzung”: 1 S.: 15. – J.Z. In PP 1456.
S., A., Zu unserem Selbstverstaendnis. Einige Gedanken, 2 S.: 45, in PP 1456.
S., Anarcho Syndikalismus, 1p: 98, in PP 1476.
S., Donald, Unarchy, 1pp, with 1p comment by Jim Stumm, in PP 1318/1319: 2.
S.E.L.F. REPORT, Newsletter of the Society for Education in Laissez-Faire, Feb. 1970 : Right-Wing Rationale for Non Recognition of Indian Rights, by Rosalie Nichols, 24pp. The April 1970 issue contains, apart from some short articles: Rosalie Nichols, Social Darwinism or, How to Turn People Off to Laissez Faire, a book review of: Hofstadter, Richard: Social Darwinism in American Thought, Boston, Beacon Press, 1968, 248pp. This review, 8pp, both issues, only one on hand, in PP 1133.
SAARI, CHRISTOPHER P., The Efficient Capital Market Hypothesis. Economic Theory and the Regulation of the Security Industry, STANFORD LAW REVIEW 29, May 77, 1031-1076, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p301, headed: SEC Regulation.
SABLATURA, ROBERT, Cable TV Monopolies Reflect Politics of Privilege, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 406.
SABRE FOUNDATION JOURNALISM FUND, 1p leaflet, 1977, on how to apply for up to $ 1500 to investigate the government program of your choice, in PP 1311: 135.
SABRE JOURNALISM FUND, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 465.
SACCO & VANCETTI Vigil, 1997, 1pp leaflet, with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1420/22: 168. – THAT was NOT the greatest crime by a State in this century. So, why treat it as such? – J.Z., 10.9.97.
SACCO & VANZETTI, The Letters of Sacco and Vanzetti, written during the seven years (1920-1927) of their imprisonment, 1929, 414 pp, 29x, in PP 562.
SACCO & VANZETTI, the story of -, by? 5pp, in PP 1165.
SACCO & VANZETTI: HOLAN, DAVID, The Martyrdom of Sacco & Vanzetti, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 108. – In the private freedom library of Michael Green, L.A., I saw one title with a very long bibliography of writings on this case. – Isn’t it about time we paid attention to some other past and especially future victims of statism and to all the ideas so far advanced to get us from here to liberty? Concern merely with anarchist history can be largely a waste of time – if one does not learn sufficient from it for rightful and sensible future actions. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
SADE, MARQUIS DE, Anarchist features of his writings, from a selection of his writings by Gorer, Geoffrey, The Revolutionary Ideas of the Marquis de Sade, 1934, London, 264pp, can be found in PP 524.
SADE, MARQUIS DE, libertarian aspects of his writings explored by Robert Anton Wilson, 5pp, with some opinions by Geoffrey Wagner and Saul Heller, in PP 936.
SADE, MARQUIS de, Libertarian statements, PP 524, 814, 936. See: GORER.
SADE, ROBERT M., M.D., The Political Fallacy that MEDICAL CARE IS A RIGHT, 1971, 20pp, in PP 895.
SADLER, GILBERT T., Our Enemy the State, A Plea for an Unarmed Commonwealth of Friends, Trained to Live by Reason, Love, and Freedom, London, C.W. Daniel, 1922, 129pp, in PP 1,001.
SADO-MASOCHISM & THE LAW, PP 1052-61 (LA Legal Notes 12)
SAFETY MYTH, PP 998, 1034. Compare: Security, Defence, Protection, Insurance.
SAFIRE, WILLIAM, Greatest of virtues miscast as great sin. Without greed there is not wherewithal for generosity, 1p clipping, n.d., from The NYT, in PP 1102. If an important ideas could be convincingly stated in even less than 1 page that would be even better. I seek short statements on cause and cure of unemployment, concentrating on the monetary freedom aspect of this problem. – J.Z.
SAG PAYMENT SYSTEM OF KURT ZUBE, reviewed, PP 810.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT & MEULEN, HENRY, Some of their correspondence, 1968-78, 29pp, in PP 791.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT E., Notes on Parker and Ellingham and Stirner, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 441.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT E., Review of: VELIKOVSKY, IMMANUEL, Worlds in Collision, 1p: 40, in PP 1468.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT E., Sagehorn Speaks, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 157.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT E., The Trouble with Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 731. Part II, 2pp: 759.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, 1.) Marginal notes to his special issue of Western World Review, Winter 76/77, on Henry Meulen, 5pp, 36x, in PP 561, 2.) Publisher’s Introduction (to Western World Press), 4pp, 29x, in PP 727. (See: Western Review Institute.)
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, Comments to Henry Meulen’s ideas on monetary freedom, in WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, Winter 1976/77, 28pp, 24x, in PP 350-354.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, on fiching sources, 1/2 page. (My letter exchange with him would fill several fiche. One day I may get around to it. J.Z.) Page 538 in PP 907-910.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, Review of THE NEW CLASS, by Milovan Djilas & THE ROAD TO SERFDOM, by Friedrich A. Hayek, 3pp, 29x in PP 426.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, see Western Review Institute. – I presume that R.S. has died, since I have not heard from in for several years. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, The Only Way To Go, 12/88, 2pp, on anti-gravity, in PP 812.
SAGEHORN, ROBERT, WESTERN WORLD REVIEW – – In Brief, 11pp, 36x, in PP 369.
SAHOTA, GIAN SINGH, Theories of Personal Income Distribution: A Survey, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 16, 1978, 1-55, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p200. Headed: Income and Motivations.
SAILSAFE, small ships equipped as nuclear shelters, 4pp report from American Survival Guide, June 85, 29x, in PP 678.
SAINTE-HELENE, C. DE, ARMAND, EMILE, VERA LEVINSKA, La Camaraderie Amoureuse, 32pp, in PP 957.
SAKHAROV, A.D., My Country and the World, here only in a 4pp review by Frank Knopfelmacher: Free Russia, 36x, in QUADRANT, in PP 418-419, p30.
SAKOLSKY, RON, Revision of the Bill of Rights, 1p, in PP 1,043.
SAL PARADISE, notes on panarchism, in TC 119 of 29 Apr. 84, with comments by John Zube, 29 July 89, part of 15pp, 29x, in PP 870.
SAL PARADISE, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
SALE, KIRKPATRICK, A Vision of Bioregional Self-Sufficiency, A World of Smallness and Diversity, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 904. – Society means trade, not self-sufficiency. Not only local trade, either, but world trade – wherever and whenever it pays its way. Free trade, world-wide, keeps local producers on their toes and supports consumer and individual sovereignty. – J.Z., 24.2.97.
SALE, KIRKPATRICK, Bioregional Vision and Green Politics, 1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742.
SALE, KIRKPATRICK, Mother of All, An Introduction to Bioregionalism, 45pp, 3rd, Annual E.F. Schumacher Lecture, Oct. 83, in PP 1267.
SALEEBY, C.W., Individualism and Collectivism, four lectures, 1906, 154pp, 29x, in PP 537.
SALERNO, JOSEPH, On restricted migration, favouring it, 17 May 1996, 2pp, in PP 1541/42: 271.
SALERNO, JOSEPH, The Machinery of Friedman, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 109. – Sometimes, articles or books with the title: The Machinery of Freedom”, remind me of the proud owner of a machine shop who asserts to his guests, admiring his equipment: This is all the machinery that exists or can be built, in the whole world, forever! – J.Z.
SALINS, PETER D., Courting the Housing Market, 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 3.
SALISBURY REVIEW, THE, Any Questions? 27 June, yr? 1p leaflet. Panel included Roger Scruton, Anthony Daniels & Sir Richard Body MP., in PP 1334/35: 242.
SALLEH, ARIEL, Social Ecology and “The Man Question”, 17pp: 35, in PP 1481.
SALOMON, GOTTFRIED, Dr., Proudhon und der Sozialismus, 1920, 130pp, in PP 969.
SALOMON, GOTTFRIED, Einleitung zu Proudhon: Bekenntnisse eines Revolutionaers, 45 S., 1923, 29x, in PP 421.
SALON, Citizen Tom Paine, Strange Story of a Strange Man, 1p clipping, n.d., no source, in PP 1159.
SALSTROM, Paul, The Logic of Lets, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742 SALT, H., Godwin et le radicalisme anglais, 5pp, in PP 1099.
SALSTROM, PAUL, To the Editor, APPALACHIAN JOURNAL, Vol. 13, No. 4, Summer 86, with replies by Dwight Billings, Kathleen Blee and Louis Swanson, 13pp, in PP 1247. On subsistence barter – borrow systems and LETS.
SALSTROM, PAUL, When Is Money A Hot Potatoe? 1p, in PP 1386/91: 207. – A Gesellian.
SALTER, JOHN R., Jr., An Open Letter to the National Council to Control Handguns, from a civil rights activist, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 342.
SALVARD, JEAN, Schluss mit dem kollektiven Hass! 1 S., in PP 1290/91p157.
SALZBURGER NACHRICHTEN, 4. Jhg., Nr. 277, Erfinderschutz, mit Anmerkungen der ITG Zentrale, 2 S., Selbsthilfe, Vorschlaege und Anregungen, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 94.
SALZBURGER NACHRICHTEN, Die Soehne des Scuep, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p27. On violence in Albania.
SAM, Sam’s Politically Incorrect Web Page, published by Eddie Willers, downloaded 98/99, 7pp, in PP 1537: 170. – Refers to his favourite sites and offers some comments. Limited government advocate.
SAMITASA, Moderne Soziobiotik, 1910, 3 S., 29x, in PP 349.
SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, THE B & R SAMIZDAT EXPRESS, West Roxbury, published by Richard Seltzer, published on disk with the appeal: “Please Copy This Disk”. Printout, 95/96, somewhat condensed by me, by eliminating white spaces: 144 pp, in PP 1409/10: 243. – I have not asked for or received later copies as yet. A good survey of what has been happening on the Internet, e.g. by Project Gutenberg. Internet texts are provided on disks as an alternative and affordable publishing format which is, unfortunately, still all too little used. – J.Z.
SAMMPSON, EDWARD E., Psychology and the American Ideal, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 35, 1977, 767-782, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p175. Headed: Autonomy vs. Cooperation.
SAMPSON, RONALD, Society Without The State, first published in 1970 as: The Anarchist Basis of Pacifism, 1980, 1985, Peace Pledge Union edition, 26pp, in PP 1206.
SAMPSON, RONALD, Society Without the State, Housmans, London, 1980 reprint. Original was published in the mid-sixties, under the title: The Anarchist Basis of Pacifism, 20pp, in PP 980.
SAMPSON, RONALD, The Anarchist Basis of Pacifism, 19pp, n.d., published by the Stuart Morris Memorial Fund, Peace Pledge Union, in PP 1157. Later titled: Society Without the State. See above.
SAMS, GREGORY, The State Is Out Of Date, 4pp, the first 4 chapters of the book, which has 33 chapters, POLITICAL NOTES No.147: 101, in PP 1516.
SAMS, GREGORY, Uncommon Sense. The State Is Out of Date, 2pp leaflet: 99, in PP 1516.
SAMSON, HOWARD, SPENCER, CRAIG & ZUBE, JOHN, Comments to Plan 227 (on capitalist prison reform, in PP 13), discussing especially collective responsibility for convicts, 5pp, 1971, 24x, in PP 15.
SAMUEL, HENRY B., WHAT’S TO BE DONE? The Unemployed Question Considered, London, 1892, 8pp, in PP 980. (Well, what do you expect from a communist anarchist on this question? J.Z.)
SAMUEL, PETER, Aid to Asia – Three Types of Problems, 8pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p336.
SAMUEL, PETER, Can We Afford Decentralization? 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUEL, PETER, Cutting up the National Cake, 2pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUEL, PETER, Much Ado about Nothing: The Australian Wage and Price Freeze, April 1977, CIS, 1978, 5pp, 29x, in PP 397.
SAMUEL, PETER, Pollution: The Cost of Clean Living, 7pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUEL, PETER, Quality and Immigrants, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p282.
SAMUEL, PETER, The Doomsters Rise Again, 6pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUEL, PETER, The Economics of Pollution, 6pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p318.
SAMUEL, PETER, The Freeloaders, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p326. (On universities.)
SAMUEL, PETER, The Traps of the “Needs” Concept, 3pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUEL, PETER, Why Price Control won’t Work, 5pp, 36x, in PP 370.
SAMUELS, L.K., FREELAND, The Search for Free/New Countries, 1983, 20pp, with some other articles on the same theme, separately listed, by Robert LeFevre, Anthony Hargis, Gary C. Hudson, in PP 984.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., Facets of Liberty: A Libertarian Primer, edited by L.K. Samuels, Santa Ana, CA, Freeland Press, 1985, 154pp, in PP 1,020. Essays are separately listed. Excellent! – J.Z.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., Justice: A Libertarian Outlook, 8pp, in PP 1,020.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., Voluntarism: The Absence of Force, 5pp, in PP 1,020.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., What about the Poor? 8pp, in PP 1,020.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE K., Who’s Afraid of No Government? 9pp, in PP 1,020.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE, Taxation Is Legalized Theft, 6pp, in PP 1445: 12. – Have I still missed out on some other SIL leaflets? Please, do supply them to me in good photocopies. All such leaflets and articles combined, alphabetized and cross-indexed, would form an interesting libertarian encyclopaedia. On microfiche it could be of almost any size. Likewise, on floppy disks and CD-ROMs – and also very affordable. Help to get the materials and the permissions together! – Presently probably no one has a complete collection of libertarian short essays on leaflets. – J.Z., 6/99.
SAMUELS, LAWRENCE, The Case against Kidnapping (forced busing), SLL leaflet, 3pp, 24x, in PP 182.
SAMUELS, PETER, Labour Should Get Tough with the Public Servants, 1974 article, with note on privatizing statistics, 1p, in PP 898.
SAMUELS, WARREN J., Economics and Science and its Relation to Policy: The Example of Free Trade, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES 14, March 80, 163-185, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1571, headed: Economic Policy: Free Trade and Values.
SAMUELSON, PAUL A., Reviewed by V.O. Watts, 1004.
SAMUELSON, PER-OLOF, The Greatest Novel? 6pp, on A.R.’s Atlas Shrugged, compared with others: 11, in PP 1488.
SAN DIEGO UNION, THE, 15 May 1912, on Reitman tarred and feathered and Emma Goldman forced to leave town,3pp, in PP 1309: 122-124. – From Ishill ephemerals.
SANCHIONI, ERTE, What Is Anarchism? 1977, 20pp, in PP 961.
SANCTIONS, see TYRREL, MARTIN, in PP 925.
SANDBERG, MARTA, to ZUBE, JOHN, 25 Oct. 93, 2pp: 425, in PP 1292. – She wants to correspond with others on life extension.
SANDER, JACK, to Spencer Heath MacCallum, July 26, 1987, on gentle and tolerant anarchism, 2pp, in PP 1,011.
SANDERS, JACK R., Dear Libertarian, 1p for the limited government position, in PP 1274.
SANDERS, JACK, The System Fights Back, 1p, 82, on Federal Justice behaviour towards critics, in PP 1325: 39.
SANDILANDS, BEN, Pot Paradise, 69, 2pp, Report from Amsterdam, in PP 1395: 95, on drugs.
SANE, Do You Know What War Costs You? 2p leaflet, in PP 1357: 37.
SANE, Interviews with My Lai Veterans, 1 p. leaflet, in PP 1357: 42.
SANE, The Selling of the Pentagon, 1p leaflet on the film, in PP 1357: 41.
SANGER, DAVID E., Faster than a Speeding Bullet, It’s Magnet-Train, 1p clipping from NY TIMES INTERNATIONAL, Nov. 8, 1990. – What an absurdity, putting the establishment & maintenance of speedy trains into the hands of snail paced and dishonest bureaucrats and politicians! – J.Z.
SANITATION IN THEORY & PRACTICE, PP 199.
SANKEY, Lord, DRAFTING COMMITTEE, The Provisional Declaration of Rights, H.G. Wells’ draft, as it emerged from Lord Sankey’s Drafting Committee, 48x, in PP 589/590.
SANKOWSKI, EDWARD, Freedom, Determinism and Character, MIND 89, Jan. 80, 106-13, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1078, headed: Freedom & Determinism.
SANMARTINO, ERNESTO, In Hitler’s Footsteps, 2pp, on Peron, in PP 1411/12: 81.
SANTA CLARA LIBERTARIAN, Sunnyvale, 1978: 8,-10 & 12; 79: 1, 3, 4; 85: 11. All copies on hand, 25pp, in PP 25.
SANTA CLARA LIBERTARIAN, Sunnyvale, CAL, Aug., Sep., Oct., Dec. 78, Jan, March, April 79, Nov. 85, all copies on hand, 25pp, in PP 25.
SANTAMARIA, B.A. & John Zube, Withdrawal of Foreign Military Bases, 1p, 1965, 24x, in PP 3.
SANTAMARIA, B.A., Tax-free Savings is the Way to National Wealth, THE AUSTRALIAN, 26 April 88, 1p, in PP 807.
SANTONI, G.J., Was Chicago to Blame? Assessing the 1987 Stock Market Crash, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SANTOS, CHRIS, Alien Haven Plan, Church and social workers are planning to give sanctuary to illegal immigrants, 1p, 1986, 29x, in PP 724.
SANTOSUOSSO, JOHN, Portrait of a Pirate – Anarchy on the Airwaves, The Story of Tangerine Radio, 3pp in POPULAR COMMUNICATIONS, July 1986, in PP 1,019.
SAPOLSKY, HARVEY M., Bringing Research Out of the Closet, a 1p article of an animal rights reformer. In PP 1,001. I am still an advocate of human rights FIRST. – J.Z.
SARGENT, LOIS H., The Impregnable Freedom, 3pp: 32, in PP 1529-33. – On freedom of thought, which is under- utilized if you are e.g. starving or sick or all too comfortable. – J.Z.
SARGENT, LYMAN TOWER, Automation & Anarchism, 3pp, in PP 1420/22: 271.
SARGENT, LYMAN TOWER, Right Wing Individualism in the U.S., 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 39; 3pp: 53; 4pp: 161: 2pp, on H.L. Hunt, Alpaca, Dallas, H.L. Hunt Press, 1960, as a libertarian utopia: 173; 2pp: 197 (on Goldwater & Buckley); 4pp: 215 (on Ayn Rand & Objectivism).
SARGENT, ROGER, Should War on Drugs Extend to other destructive habits?, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1991.
SARGENT, THOMAS J. & WALLACE, NEIL, The Real Bills Doctrine vs. The Quantity Theory: A Reconsideration, 1981, 36pp, in PP 1185.
SARNO, TONY, Portable Dragon Cocks its Ears, on progress with voice recognition typewriters, 1p, in PP 1349: 22.
SARTIN, MAX, The Italian Scene. Is Fascism Crumbling? 2pp: 170, in PP 1480.
SATIN, MARK, 1979, New Age Politics: Healing Self and Society, 13 pp extract from the book, in PP 1386/91: 759.
SATIN, MARK, A Letter from the Six-Sided Prison, part III, 5pp, in PP 1386/91: 831.
SATIN, MARK, New Age Politics: Our Monolithic Institutions, 79, 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 639.
SATIN, MARK, The Politics of Transformation: The “Third Way” in American Politics, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381.
SATRE, JEAN-PAUL, Verstaatlichung der Literatur? 1 S., in PP 1290/91p90.
SATTER, DAVID, Why Russia Can’t Feed Itself, R.D. Oct. 89, 6pp, in PP 923. (I think a lot of leftist intellectuals do hate READERS DIGEST because it does sometimes reproduce such truthful articles which deflate their dreams. J.Z.)
SATTLER, E.E., Thesen zur Staatenlosigkeit, together with English translation by John Zube: Theses towards Statelessness, 30pp, with 2pp notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 392.
SATURATION REVOLUTION, PP 12.
SATURDAY EVENING POST, THE, Chicago, 1969 – 1971, incomplete. A fanzine produced by ROBERT J. SHEA, also under numerous different names. See the list on sheet 1. Started when the famous SATURDAY EVENING POST had ended. – Finally, this SEP substitute was called THE UNIVERSAL INSTRUCTOR. 136pp, in PP 1369/70: 1. Fiched here: Nos. 1, 18. Jan. 69; 2, 25 J. 69; 3, 15 F. 69; 4, 1. M .69; 5, 8. M. 69; 6, 15. M. 69; 7, 22 M. 69; 8, 12 A. 69; 9, 3 May 69; 10, 24 May 69, 11, 14 June 69; 12, 22 Aug. 69; 13, 27 Sep. 69; 14, 25 Oct. 69; 15, 8 Nov. 69; 16, 15 Nov. 69; 17, 22 Nov. 69; 18, 29 Nov. 69; 19, 6 Dec. 69; 20, 13 Dec. 69; 21, 3 Jan. 70; 22, 24 Jan. 70; 23, 2 Feb. 70; 24, 21 Feb. 70; 25, 4 April 70; 26, 29 May 70; 27, 26 June 70; 28, 18 July 70; 29, 25 July 70; 30, 1 Aug. 70; 31, 22 Aug. 70; 32, 3 Sep. 70; 34, 3 Oct. 70, 36, 15 Jan. 71; 37, 8 Feb. 71; 38, 2 Oct. 71. – That is as complete as I could get them from Robert Shea himself. At least 2 pages are doubled up, others may be wrongly located. At least issues 33 & 35 are missing. I do not know with which number the series was concluded. – J.Z.
SAUL, Der Anfang der sozial-revolutionaeren Gewerkschaftsbewegung in Deutschland, 1907/8, 4 S., 29x, in PP 349.
SAUNDERS, NICHOLAS, E for Ecstasy, 1p leaflet for the book, ISI, in PP 1267. – I don’t expect liberation to be chemically supported, except by coffee and tea. – There may be intelligence expanding drugs around by now, but do they increase judgment and multiply sound ideas? – J.Z.
SAUNDERS, PETER, Measuring the Size and Growth of the Public Sector in Australia, CIS, 1986, 38pp, 29x, in PP 733.
SAUNDERS, RICHARD M., Ist George Bush a Libertarian? 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 603.
SAUR VERLAG GMBH & CO KG, Muenchen, Circular, 1p, on its Subject Guide to Microforms in Print, 1995, in PP 1240. If only they offered it cheaply on microfiche! Then I could afford a copy. Since there are only 2,500 printed impressions, only a small fraction of all libraries can have a copy. And there it might mainly be hidden in their catalog department. I bought the 1981 edition when it was new and in 1990, or afterwards, got the 1988 edition secondhand, very cheaply. Advertise in it? I got not a single response upon its hundreds of free entries for LMP. – J.Z.
SAUR Verlag, extract, 11pp, on microfilms from its 86/87 Katalog, in PP 907-910.
SAUTON, GEORGES, Ireland!, in LIBERTY, Nos. 69ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.
SAVAGE, CLARK, Jr., Lasky Rides Again, 1p review of: LASKY, VICTOR, It Didn’t Start with Watergate, The Dial Press, N.Y.: 143.
SAVAGE, CLARK, Jr., The Nazi Boom, 1p, in PP 1311: 180.
SAVAGE, D.W., The Inadequacy of Conservatism, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SAVAGE, JOSEPH, Berkshares and Berkshire Businesses. A Program of the Self-Help Association for a Regional Economy, 2pp: 101, in PP 1465.- Free banking discussion.
SAVIMBA, Jonas, 20 Years of Struggle, UNITA in Angola, 8pp, 29x, in PP 698.
SAVIMBI, JONAS, Don’t sacrifice Angola on the Altar of Socialism, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 173. – Would he have lost if he had stood for liberty, in every respect? – J.Z.
SAVING FOR RETIREMENT, See: PILCH, MICHAEL, Saving for Retirement, 10pp, 93, in PP 1450.
SAVING THE WORLD? let’s NOT Save the World, PP 1012.
SAVING, THOMAS R., Competitive Money Production and Price Level Determinancy, SEJ, 1976, 10pp, in PP 793.
SAVING, THOMAS R., The Economics of Reaganomics, 2pp: 8, in PP 1469.
SAVING, TOM, The Economics of Population, 1p: 57, in PP 1469.
SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETIES: WALKER, MICHAEL, Accounting for the savings and loan fiasco, 1p: 127, in PP 1515.
SAVINGS BANKS, PP 337.
SAVINGS, PP 411,
SAVINGS, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economic Role of Saving and Capital Goods, 1963, 5pp: 21, in PP 1480.
SAVINGS, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Outlook for Saving and Investment, 1966, 3pp: 27, in PP 1480.
SAVINGS, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Saver as a Voter, 1957, 3pp: 24, in PP 1480. – As opposed to the voter as a wastrel – especially of the property of others. – J.Z., 21.1.98.
SAVINGS, TAX FREE, as a road to wealth, PP 807.
SAVVA, NIKI, A School where Pupils Learn about Life in a Practical Way, 1972, 1p, 29x, in PP 713.
SAVVY, A Barter Firm Goes National, 1p, July 82, 29x, in PP 865. (On Terry Upshaw of Barter Systems Inc.)
SAWYER, ROLLIN ALGER, Henry George and the Single Tax, A Catalogue of the Collection in the New York Public Library, 1926, indexed, 90pp, in PP 1276.
SAXENIAN, MIKE & DARROW, KEN, Appropriate Technology Source-book, see entry under DARROW, KEN.
SAXON, KURT, Interview on Survival in the Eighties, 3pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.
SAXONHOUSE, ARLENE W., Comedy in Callipolis: Animal Imagery in the Republic, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 72, Sep. 78, 668-901, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p717, headed: Plato’s Republic as a Political Dystopia.
SAY, J.B., Correspondance avec J.B. Say, in PP 1352/54.
SAY, JEAN-BAPTISTE, A Treatise on Political Economy or the Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth, 1st American edition 1821, translated from the 4th edition of the French, by C.R. Prinsep, 5th ed. 1832, 6th ed. 1834, here reproduced from the 1880 reprint, 488pp, in PP 1167 & 1168. Not quite as clear and stylish as Bastiat, but as truthful. – J.Z.
SAY, JEAN-BAPTISTE, Ausfuehrliches Lehrbuch der POLITISCHEN OEKONOMIE, deutsch, mit Anmerkungen, von Max Stirner, 1845, 4 Bde, 36x, in PP 772-774.
SAY, JEAN-BAPTISTE, Effects of Regulations Prescribing the Nature of Products, 19pp, 29x, in PP 602.
SAY, JEAN-BAPTISTE, Oeuvres Diverses, 1848, 746pp, indexed, in 3 microfiche, 29x, in PP 775-777. Includes his “Catechisme d’economie politique”, which is separately indexed.
SAY, JEAN-BAPTISTE, TEXTES CHOISIS et Preface, par Pierre-Louis REYNAUD, 1953, 360pp, 29x, in PP 669.
SAYERS, DOROTHY L., The Lost Tools of Learning, 1947, 1971, Center for Independent Education, 20pp, in PP 1417: 12.
SAYRE, JOHN NEVIN, Preface, “The Ultimate Force”, on conscientious objection, in PP 1097.
SBP, Small Business People, leaflet, 6pp, in PP 1417: 140.
SCANLON, THOMAS, Nozick on Rights, Liberty, and Property, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 6, Fall 76, 3-25, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p290, headed: Consent, Coercion, and Property.
SCANNING MICROFICHE, 2pp by Ann-Marie McGirr, of Spirit Technologies, Penrith, NSW, Australia, with 2pp by John Zube to A-M McGirr, in PP 1,030. The technology is there and nearly faultless – but who is going to use it and pay its bills? – coming still to ca. $ 1 per page. It makes a difference if you just want one book manuscript text computerized or hundreds of books. What is widely perceived to be an information ideal, largely by those who do not use is as such, is often rather expensive and also relatively inconvenient or difficult to use, in spite of the total convenience features it does offer. Not everyone can be a jet line pilot, in the information sphere. For some purposes hang gliders and single engine prop planes are better. Hammers and screwdrivers are still useful, in spite of steam hammer and motorized screw holders and drivers. By all means, get all my fiche scanned. But remember, I do not own copyrights for many of them. Make you own deals. – J.Z.
SCARCITY, See: BARKER, BEN, Abundance and Scarcity, 8pp: 411, in PP 1529-33. – See: SHORTAGES. – See: PRICE CONTROL.
SCARCITY, See: OSTERFELD, DAVID, The Increasing Abundance of Resources, 18pp: 564, in PP 1529-33.
SCARLETT, LYNN, Excerpts from “Managing America’s Garbage: Alternatives & Solutions, 1p: 86, in PP 1499.
SCATES, SHELBY, Wither NATO in new Europe? 1990, 1P, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
SCEPTICISM, PP PP 199.
SCEPTICUS, Anarchism, Individualism & “Society” – Some Thoughts, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 467.
SCHAEFER, DAVID LEWIS, The Good, the Beautiful, and the Useful: Montaigne’s Transvaluation of Values, THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 73, March 79, 139-154, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p912, headed: Montaigne: the Virtues of Modernity.
SCHAEFER, THOMAS E. & STREICHER, SID, The Public Be Damned…Again! 4pp: 541, in PP 1529-33.
SCHAEFFER, SEVEREN L., An Introduction to Anopsology, selection of raw food papers by A. Spies, 5pp, 36x, in PP 736.
SCHAFFER, THOMAS L., The Practice of Law as Moral Discourse, NOTRA DAME LAWYER 55, Dec. 79, 231-253, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1102, headed: Law as Moral Conversation.
SCHALING, FRITS, The High Life in Yugoslavia, 3pp: 98, in PP 1506/07.
SCHANZ, G., 1.) Abrechnungsstellen, 9 S., 2.) Agio, 1 S., 3.) Giroverkehr, 10 S., 4.) Noten- oder Zettelbank, 20pp, 1898, 29x, in PP 737.
SCHAPIRA, ESTHER, Das kurze Wochenende der Anarchie, 4 S., in PP 1326. – Besprechung aus PFLASTERSTRAND.
SCHATZ, ALBERT, L’Individualisme, economique et social. Ses origines, son evolution, ses formes contemporaines, Paris, 1907, 587pp, indexed, in PP 1127/1128. Translations wanted by LMP for filming.
SCHAUB, HANNS, Besprechung von: SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, Vorsicht: Anarchist!, 4 S.: 36, in PP 1523.
SCHAUBERGER, VICTOR, Der Goldene Pflug, Erfindungen, Landwirtschaft, 12 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 107.
SCHAUBERGER, VICTOR, Die Geheimnisse des Wassers, 4 S., Forschung, Wasser, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 118.
SCHAUBERGER, VIKTOR, Das Grundprinzip der Natur – bedingt voellige Umkehrung der heutigen Technik oder deren totale Vernichtung, 3 S., Forschung, Naturgesetze, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330 – 1332: 170. – Die Vernichtung aller Schriften von V.S. wuerde wenig Schaden anrichten. Mehr als ein Bruchteil seiner Lehren kann wahrscheinlich nicht wissenschaftlich bestaetigt werden.- Aber wissenschaftliche Institutionen fuer die systematische Untersuchung der Ideen von Aussenseitern fehlen noch, hauptsaechlich weil die wissenschaftliche Forschung finanziell zum grossen Teil noch von staatlichen Subventionen abhaengt. Mehr Unternehmungsgeist und “venture capital” ist noetig auf diesem Gebiet. Ein Ideen Archiv wuerde beide foerdern. – J.Z., 7.6.96.
SCHAUBERGER, VIKTOR, Der Ochse und der Gamsbock, 4 S., Interview von? Mit Anmerkung, 1 S., von U.v.Beckerath, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 224.
SCHAUBERGER, VIKTOR, Warum “Goldener Pflug”? 4 S., Erfindungen, Landwirtschaft, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 185.
SCHEEL, WOLFGANG, Freenetwork, Ein Kommunikationsnetz Freier Menschen, Flugblatt, 2 S., 36x, in PP 736.
SCHEIBER, HARRY N., American Constitutional History and the New Legal History; Complementary Themse in Two Modes, THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 68, Sep. 81, 337-350, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1647, headed: The New Legal History & Constitutional History.
SCHEIBER, HARRY N., Regulation, Property Rights, and the Definition of “The Market”: Law and the American Economy, THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY 41, March 81, 103-110, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1583, headed: Law and the American Economy.
SCHELL, JONATHAN, The Fate of the Earth, review only, PP 424.
SCHENK, ERNST von, Brief eines Schweizers an einen deutschen Studenten, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p227.
SCHEPPERLE, ILSE, Pierre Ramus, Marxismuskritik u. Sozialismus-konzeption, Dissertation, 1986, 286 S., 1-283, in PP 1454. I tried in vain to contact the author. By now she might be married and living under another name. Anyhow, as a left anarchist she would hardly insist upon copyrights. Moreover, under present conditions, this microfiche edition is certainly no commercial threat to a print-on-paper edition but it does make her labour of love accessible to the few who are interested in it, while, as far as I know, no printed edition of it has appeared as yet. – J.Z.
SCHERMAN, HARRY, The Promies Men Live By, review, PP 1150.
SCHERMAN, HARRY, The Promises Men Live By, reviewed by Carl Watner, 1p, in PP 1150. My first impression of this book was good and I wanted even to microfilm it. But upon my second perusal I saw some of it flaws and now I am not so eager. J.Z.
SCHERMERSHORN, N.J.C., Der Zweck des Lebens, 1907/8, 8 S. (nur Schluss!), 29x, in PP 349.
SCHEU, ROBERT, Das Cabinet. Ein Institut fuer Planungen auf allen Gebieten des wirtschaftlichen, gesellschaftlichen und politischen Lebens, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 248. – Allwissenheit beanspruchen die Mitglieder wohl nicht? Sind sie sich bewusst, wie ein freier Markt “plant” und die Preisinformationen benutzt? Sind sie sich bewusst, dass das beste Planen geschieht wenn es ganz frei durch Individuen and gleichartig interessierte Gruppen geschieht, nur ueber die eigenen freien Aktionen? – Ansonsten ein “Think Tank” Vorschlag. – J.Z. 7.6.96.
SCHEU, ROBERT, Dr., Neues Geld, 1947, unvollstaendig, von 44 S. fehlen S.15-30 u. sind erwuenscht by LMP, 29x, in PP 738.
SCHEU, ROBERT, Ein neuer Frauenberuf, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: Haushalts-Expertin. – Das wurde bisher meist unbezahlt gemacht, von Freunden oder Verwandten. – J.Z.
SCHEU, ROBERT, Gedenkblatt, 1948, 4 S. in PP 906. – I still want the 2 titles mentioned here! – J.Z.
SCHEU, ROBERT, Loesung der Theater- und Buchverlags-Krise durch dirigierte Kaufkraft, 4 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 173. – Die Emissionsfreiheit wuerde es Vielen erlauben, sich ihre eigene Kaufkraft zu schaffen und sie dann selbst zu dirigieren. – Scheu war auch ein Vertreter der Geldfreiheit. Seine Schrift darueber habe ich immer noch nicht in einer vollstaendigen Ausgabe bekommen. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
SCHIAVINA, RAFFAELE, Bartolomeo Vanzetti, 3pp, Nicolo Sacco, 2pp, in PP 479.
SCHIFF REPORT, THE, III/2, July 85, 16pp: 102, in PP 1494. With a 1p letter case by Attorney Dick Viti, of 30 Oct. 1985 on conviction of publisher SCHIFF, IRWIN: 101.
SCHIFF, IRWIN A., Don’t Surrender Your Rights, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 390.
SCHIFF, IRWIN A., How Anyone Can Stop Paying Income Taxes, 1p review, by Dr. A.W. STEEVER, in PP 1432/1439: 1103. – If it were so easy, would anyone still pay it? – J.Z.
SCHIFF, IRWIN, How the Bastards Stack Juries, 5pp: 102, in PP 1494.
SCHIFF, THE BIGGEST CON, Advertising, 4pp, PP 731.
SCHIFFER, HEINZ J., Vom Wunderhandschuh zur Gesundheitswaesche, 2 S., Atama-Tuellwaesche, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 221. – Natuerliche Mittel sollten nicht als “Wunder” dargestellt werden. – J.Z., 24.5.96.
SCHILLER, See : MCABE, JOSEPH, The Dawn of the Modern Spirit, XIII, in PP 1220.
SCHILLING, JOACHIM, Bei der Schwarzarbeit entwickeln die Italiener enormen Eifer. Das Heer der “irregulaeren Arbeiter” erwirtschaftet ein Viertel des Sozialproduks, in Geldwert: 150 Milliarden Mark, ca. 1985/87. Source? 1 S., in PP 1323: 19.
SCHINKO, RUDOLF, Gesund wie noch nie durch Heilkraeuter fuer Mensch und Vieh, 1948, im Weltweiten Verlag, 24 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 345.
SCHIRMER, H.J., to LABADIE, LAURANCE, Nov. 30, 1937, 3pp, in PP 1393.
SCHIRP, WILL, Sprueche, 4 S., in PP 1330-1332: 349. – K.Z. mochte sie sehr.
SCHLESINGER, ARTHUR, Jr., Human Rights and the American Tradition, FOREIGN AFFAIRS 57, 3, 1979, 503-524, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1176, headed: Carter’s Human Rights Policy.
SCHLESINGER, HELMUT, Besprechung ueber Heinrich Rittershausen, Die Zentralnotenbank, 1962, 4 S., in 1965, in PP 813.
SCHLOESSER, KLAUS, Einen Nagel breit Kapitalisten. Voith-Belegschaft gruendet Arbeitnehmer-Firma, TAZ,16.9.83, 1 S., in PP 1323: 38.
SCHMID, FRANZ, Das Gebrauchtum, Manuskript, 1933, 35 S., in PP 1276. From Kurt Zube’s collection. Schmid was a Malthusian and favoured first occupation. Worse, he either was a racist or he felt that he had to make some concessions to Nazi censorship. But, on the other hand, he favoured free competition, even monetary freedom. – J.Z.
SCHMIDT, DOMINIK, Wunderofen aus Peine bleibt kalt, 1985, 1 S., on the usual fare of another important invention, in PP 1127/1128. Compare PP 183 & 20/21 on the Ideas Archive and Super Computer Market for Ideas. Aber ein Wunder stellte auch dieser Ofen nicht dar. – J.Z.
SCHMIDT, EMERSON P., Union Power and the Public Interest, review by HENRY HAZLITT, 1p: 44, in PP 1468.
SCHMIDT, HANS GEORG, Dr., Die Lehre vom Tyrannenmord, 1901, 141 S., 24x, in PP 330.
SCHMIDT, MANFRED, Von der Arztpraxis zur Sozialkritik, 1964, 1p, in PP 1408: 45. – On Robert Oppenheimer.
SCHMIDT, WILHELM, Nur fuer junge Leute! Ein praktischer Vorschlag. 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: – Leider nur fuer eine Jugendsiedlung. – J.Z. 308.
SCHMITT, KLAUS, Jenseits von Marxismus und Neoliberalismus, 10 S.: 24, in PP 1456. – Zinsgegner & Gesellianer! – J.Z.
SCHMUECK JOCHEN, Nachtrag: Die Periode bis zur Gruendung der CNT, 1907 – 1910, 6 S., ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 26: Spanische Revolution, I, in PP 1156.
SCHMUECK, JOCHEN ET AL, Anarchie ist Gesetz und Freiheit ohne Gewalt, Uwe Timm zum 60. Geburtstag, 1993, 128 S., in PP 1408: 55. Im Oppo Verlag, Berlin. Er bietet wenigstens 8 anarchistische Titel an!
SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, Anarchie ist Gesetz & Freiheit ohne Gewalt, 17 S., in PP 1408: 55.
SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, Die Mexikanische Revolution – Eine Historische Skizze, 20 S., in PP 1155.
SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, Free Radios, 3 S., Musterbeitrag, zu DEGEN’s LEXIKON DER ANARCHIE, in PP 1326. In alternativen Medien, wie Mikrofiche, koennte nicht nur ein kurzer Beitrag von einem Autor darueber erscheinen. “Der Freiheit KEINE Grenze”! – J.Z.
SCHMUECK, JOCHEN, William Godwin – Leben und Werk, 10 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 4, in PP 1154.
SCHNEIDER, DAVE & GOLDSTEIN, SHELLY, Review, 1p, of: C.B. Carson, The War on the Poor, in PP 276.
SCHNEIDER, GERALD, Say What? Choose Words Carefully, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 337.
SCHNEIDER, KEITH, Economics, Hate and the Farm Crisis, NYT, 7 Dec. 87, 2pp, 29x, in PP 865.
SCHNEIDER, STEVEN J., Rebuttal of “The Trouble with Anarchy” – Part V, 1p, in PP 1311: 77.
SCHNEIKER, CONRAD, 1.) Liberty World, 1984, 26pp, 29x, in PP 730, 2.) Some Research Topics for a New Space Development Program, 1984, 1p, 29x, in PP 724.
SCHNEIR, MIRIAM, editor, Feminism: The Essential Historical Writings, review by DIANE HUNTER, 1p: 62, in PP 1468.
SCHOECK, HELMUT, Prof., Liberty and the Market, FEE, 1978, 2pp, in PP 998.
SCHOECK, HELMUT, The Teenager Vote, 4pp, FAITH AND FREEDOM, 5/54, in PP 1133.
SCHOECK, HELMUT, Wer es besser hat, bestiehlt mich, 1966, 7 S., in PP 1,007.
SCHOENBERG, MANFRED, Notgeld des Stammwerkes der Hoechst A.G., Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Inflationsjahre 1918-1923, Hoechst AG, 1978, 140 S., 24x, PP 734. (Berichtet u.a. ueber wertbestaendiges Notgeld.)
SCHOENHEIMER, HENRY, 1.) Just how young is too young? 1972, (On education) 1p, 2.) So you don’t want to be well adjusted, 1973, 1p, 36x, in PP 714, 3.) The Progressive School’s Progress, 1972, 1p, 29x, in PP 713, 4.) There’s no such thing as the model school, 1975, 1p, 36x, in PP 714, 5.) Your Child and the New Schools, 5pp, 1973, 29x, in PP 713.
SCHOENSTEIN PLAN, in Kurt Zube’s versions, reviewed, PP 810.
SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM, The Impossibility of Socialism, London, 1907, Liberty & Property Defence League, 15pp, in PP 980. (I would reproduce all their output – if I could get hold of it. But some of their listed titles do not look all that attractive. J.Z.)
SCHOLAR’S BOOK UNION, 1p, in PP 274.
SCHOLARS’ BOOK UNION, 1p, in PP 274.
SCHOLARS BOOK UNION, Advertisement, 1p, in PP 1287/89p549.
SCHOLL, WARREN, History and Beliefs of the MAJOR RELIGIONS, LBB No. 132, Haldeman – Julius Publications, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1251.
SCHOLZ, WILHELM von, Besprechung, 1930, L.E., 1 S., von MACKAY, JOHN HENRY, Staatsanwalt Sierlin, die Geschichte einer Rache, in PP 1328: 106. – Solche Verdrehtheiten hat Mackay wiederholt in seinen literarischen Schriften verherrlicht. Ich haette es viel lieber gesehen wenn er sein literarisches Talent dazu gebraucht haette, einen Versuch zu beschreiben, die Geldfreiheit einzufuehren oder einen aggressiven Despotismus zu entmachten. – J.Z., 27.9.97.
SCHOOL BUSES, PRIVATE, PP 1103.
SCHOOL OF LIVING PRESS, Brookville, Ohio, 1967, release, 1p, in PP 913, on free banking.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, “WAY OUT”, Jan./Feb. 1966 issue, with contributions pro and con Spooner-Tucker-Rothbard, by M.J. Loomis, Tom Marshall, Don Werkheiser, L. Labadie, Erich Hansch, Robert Carnaghan and some quotes from the Tucker-Fisher controversy, 14pp, 29x, in PP 564.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, 2p literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54. (pp 29 & 392.)
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Canned Foods, 16pp, 29x, in PP 409.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Green is for Growth and Global Peace. Wear a Green Ribbon! 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 423. (Luckily, it represents many other & better ideas! -JZ.)
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Indenture for the Possession of Land, 4pp draft, 29x, in PP 723.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Land Reform Through Cooperation, 6pp leaflet, 24x, in PP 56.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Moral and Material Withholding Action, 2pp, 24x, in PP 7.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, PP 55, 56, 427, 995, 1048/49,
SCHOOL OF LIVING, Strategy Map for Geonomic Transformation, 1p, 29x, in PP 865.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, THE, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1250.
SCHOOL OF LIVING, THE, Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws and Preamble to the By-Laws, 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 990.
SCHOOLAND, KEN, Feast and Famine: an Age of Irony, the Disaster of International Foreign Aid Programs, 6pp, LI leaflet, in PP 890.
SCHOOLLAND, KEN, A Libertarian Odyssey, 4pp, in PP 1287/89p261.
SCHOOLLAND, KEN, Oliver Twist, USA, in PP 1373/75: 113-118.
SCHOOLLAND, KEN, The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible, a world-wide publishing odyssey of free market ideas, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p453. While publishing remains tied to the “paper tiger”, it is neither sufficiently free, comprehensive, wide-spread, multi-lingual, permanent, cheap and easy enough and hard copy reference collections remain largely immobilized. – Alas, Ken is likely to keep his writings out of the alternative media, too. – The good is the enemy of the best! – J.Z.
SCHOOLLAND, KEN, The Disaster of International Foreign Aid Programs, 6pp, in PP 1445: 62.
SCHOOLLAND, KEN, The State, Obedience Training, and Young Rebels: In Defence of Youth Rights, 1986, LA Educational Notes, No.1, 4pp, 29x, in PP 696.
SCHOOLS, PP 176, 331, 713, 714, 735/36, 850, 828, 928, 955, 961, 968, 1023, 1031, 1052-61 (Kreling: Opting Out), 1100, 1103 – 1105, 1107, 1139, 1150/51, see EDUCATION.
SCHOOLS, See: LOW, CAROL, Schools: Time to Rethink them, 3pp, in PP 1348: 54.
SCHOOLS, See: SUMMERHILL SOCIETY, Philadelphia, We’re Protesting the Opening of School! 2pp leaflet, in PP 1357: 39.
SCHOOLS: O’BRIEN, GEORGE L., Government Schools in Crisis, 6pp, in PP 1445: 64.
SCHOOLS: WALSH, MICHAEL, The City School, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 72.
SCHOOOL OF LIVING, Land Trusts, A Better Way of Being with the Land, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 609.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, A Few Words on Pantheism, 4pp, in LBB 62, in PP 1208.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, Eristische Dialektik, 37 S., 29x, in PP 404.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, Essays in Ethics: Human Nature, Free Will and Fatalism, Character, 64pp, in Little Blue Book No. 575, ed. by E. Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1189.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, Essays on Religion and Pantheism, 60pp, in LBB 62, in PP 1208.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, Religion, 56p, in LBB 62, in PP 1208.
SCHOPENHAUER, ARTHUR, The Art of Controversy, a translation of “Eristische Dialektik” by T.Bailey Saunders, 1896, 42pp, 29x, in PP 404.
SCHRAG, PETER, Review of: Haven in a Heartless World, the Family Besieged, by LASCH, CHRISTOPHER, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 30-36.
SCHRAMM, H., Ein soziales Experiment, 3 S., Gute Ideen, Sozialismus der Tat, ueber die von BARBU, MARCEL, ins Leben gerufenen Arbeitsgemeinschaften oder Genossenschaften, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 84.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, 2pp letter to accompany a review copy of his: A Challenge to Sex Censors, in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, A New Concept of Liberty, from an evolutionary psychologist: Theodore Schroeder, selections from his writings, with a biographical outline by Joseph Ishill, with some notes by Don Werkheiser, Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, 1940, 234pp, in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, A New Philosophy of Life, 1935, 7pp, in PP 989.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, A Psychological View of the Pragmatic Issue, 1918, 9pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, About the Intellectual Work of Theodore Schroeder, Evolutionary Psychologist and Lawyer, 1944, 9pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Attitude of one Amoral Psychologist, Next Century Pamphlets, No. 4, 1944, 7pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Censors and Psychopaths, n.d., 4pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Concerning “Sociology”, by a Psychologist, 2pp, 1926 & More About “Sociology”, A Psychologist’s Viewpoint, 2pp, in PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Conservatism, Liberalism and Radicalism & The New Psychology, The Next Century Press, Cos Cob, Conn., 1942, 22pp, in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Controversy of the Future, 1p, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Dear Classmates, University of Wisconsin, 1885, 3pp, March 10, 1940, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Dreams of Peace, 1943, 1p, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Economic Democratization, 1p, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Foolosophers, 3 versions of a 1p article by T.S., side by side, in PP 989.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Free Press Anthology, compiled by Theodore Schroeder, N.Y., 1909, The Free Speech League & The Truth Seeker Publishing Co., indexed, 263pp, in PP 989.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Free Speech for Radicals, enlarged edition, 1916, indexed, 213pp, in PP 986. I have also on hand a 3 fiche edition of this book by Gaska, in which pages are badly reproduced, on their sides and often askew. Some people seem to have never heard of quality control. I sell these 3, with which I am stuck through a sight unseen swap, which cost me custom duties on top, for $ 3. As an instructive lesson on mistakes to avoid in microfilming, they are a bargain. I would be game to read them only with a fiche reader that has a rotation facility for its plate holder. – J.Z.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Intellectual Hospitality, 1p, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Introduction, 1913, to: ON LIBERTY OF THE PRESS, 1821, 37pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Prostitution as a Social Problem, 3pp, in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Psychology of Economics, 1p, isn PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Really New Education for Social Living, transcript of a pamphlet, 5pp, in PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, see: BRUDNOY, DAVID: An Untarnished Youth in the Gilded Age: Theodore Schroeder of Wisconsin and Dakota Territory, 12pp, date? publication? In PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Sexual Theology of Mormonism, 3pp, n.d., no source, in PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, The Meaning of Free Speech, a syllabus, N.Y., 1918, 12pp, in PP 1393: 101.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, The New Education, 1p, n.d., in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Theodore Schroeder’s Last Will, edited & compiled by Lesley Kuhn, introduction by Alison Reppy, an appreciation by Ethel Clyde, N.Y., 1958, 35pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Thumbnail Essays, Samples of Unusual Thinking, by an evolutionary psychologist: Theodore Schroeder, Next Centry Pamphlets, No. 8, published by the author, Coscob, Conn., 1949, 36pp, in PP 988.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, To Harry S. Truman, April 22nd. 1950, 5pp, with 1 p press release, in PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, To the Honorable Herbert Hoover, President, and to the Congress of the United States, A Petition from Puerto Rico, Dec. 1931, with a clipping from PUERTO RICO PROGRESS, 3pp, in PP 986.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, What About You? Edited and with an introduction by Ethel Clyde, N.Y., Psychological Library, 1951, 60pp, in PP 987.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE, Where Speech Is Not Free – In the U.S.A., An Appeal to the Record, by Theodore Schroeder of the Free Speech League, The Open Road Press, Mays Landing, New Jersey, 1944, 59pp, in PP 989.
SCHROEDER, THEODORE: MORTON, JAMES F., Jr., A Monumental Defence of Free Speech, 5pp, reviewing Theodore Schroeder’s “Obscene Literature & Constitutional Law”, in PP 1359.
SCHROFF, ERWIN, Dr., Deutscher = Nationalsozialist? 1 S., in PP 1290/91p18.
SCHUBERT, B.H., Land Reform according to Silvio Gesell, a summary, 1p, 24x, in PP 5.
SCHUBERT, LELAND, James L. Walker, 3pp, from NEW LIBERTARIAN NOTES, 1972, in PP 1420/22: 350.
SCHUELLER, ALFRED, Konkurrenz der Waehrungen als geldwirtschaftliches Ordnungsprinzip, WIRTSCHAFTSPOLITISCHE CHRONIK, Heft 1, 77, 28 S., in PP 815.
SCHUELLER, ALFRED, Schuldnerprivilegien als Inflationsursache – Konkurrierende Waehrungen ein Ausweg? FRAGEN DER FREIHEIT, Folge 12, Mai/Juni 1978, 19 S., in PP 805.
SCHUETTINGER, ROBERT, Wage – Price Control: The First 5,000 Years, 51pp, 1978, CIS, 29x, in PP 396.
SCHULER, FRED, The Relation of Anarchism to Organization, 1898, 15pp, in PP 961.
SCHULER, KURT to RICH, ANDREA MILLEN, of LFB, 2 Mar. 89, 1p, on LMP, in PP 907-910.
SCHULER, KURT to ZUBE, JOHN, 15 Sep. 89, 1/2 p, in PP 904.
SCHULER, KURT, Bankfreiheit, Bibliographischer Aufsatz, 1988, 20 S.: 97, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.
SCHULER, KURT, Competitive Note Issue Episodes, March 89, 3pp, 29x, in PP 865. (I couldn’t see any obvious gaps in his list. A very worthwhile compilation that might spur on further research into these and perhaps some other such episodes. Conventional history is largely an agreed upon fable – as an old proverb says. –
SCHULER, KURT, Currency Boards, 1992, 272pp, with some correspondence between Kurt Schuler and John Zube, 15pp, in PP 1182.
SCHULER, KURT, Deposit Insurance, Deja Vu, 5pp, THE FREEMAN, 7/89, in PP 904.
SCHULER, KURT, Evolution of Canadian Banking, 1867-1914, 85pp, in PP 904.
SCHULER, KURT, Free Banking, Bibliographic Essay, 8pp: 193, in PP 1463/64. HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, Fall 88, 8pp, 29x, in PP 866.
SCHULER, KURT, Review of “Competition and Currency” by Lawrence H. White, 1p, in PP 1188.
SCHULER, KURT, Review of SELGIN, GEORGE A., The Theory of Free Banking, 1p, in PP 787.
SCHULER, KURT, Review of: DOWD, KEVIN, The State and the Monetary System, 1p, in PP 1240.
SCHULER, KURT, Review of: WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Competition and Currency, 1p, in PP 1240. Also in PP 936.
SCHULER, KURT, The Failure of Central Banking in Developing Countries, 4pp, from THE FREEMAN, April 1995: 112, in PP 1519.
SCHULER, KURT, World History of Free Banking, The, Oct. 89, with tabulations and bibliography, 57pp, in PP 913.
SCHULLER, LOUISE, The Seed Home Page, 1p, 1995, 6 references, mainly to anarchist sites, in PP 1537: 190.
SCHULMAN, J. NEIL, Ownership and Restitution: A Reply to Robert LeFevre, 2pp, 76, in PP 1345/46: 29.
SCHULMAN, J. NEIL, Review, 1p, of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., For A New Liberty, in PP 1312/1314: 50.
SCHULMAN, J. NEIL, The Paperless Books Are Here! 1990, 28pp: 114-120, in PP 1522. – And they disappeared again with SoftServ Publishing Services, of which J. Neil Schulman was the enterprising president. Before this booklet disappears as well from sight, I better microfiche it. Paper consumption has gone up. Electronic publishing, on disks, text-only CD-ROMs and on-line has not yet taken off properly, at least as far as freedom texts are concerned. But sooner or later it might. However, if freedom lovers make as little use of their digital freedom of expression and information option as they made so far of their micrographic ones, then the outlook is still rather grim. I would like to know how the page output of thousands, if not ten-thousands of anarchist and libertarian computer users compares with the page output of LMP on microfiche. — J.Z., 11.11.1998. – SOME FURTHER NOTES TO SCHULMAN’S “THE PAPERLESS BOOKS ARE HERE!”: Apart from the paper original, microfiched publications are also “paperless” and so are books on audio and video tapes. Such alternatives should be mentioned and cost comparisons should be made with all alternative media, per page, for 1-10, 11-100,101-1,000 “impressions” etc. – Why did SoftServ fail? I do not know. You tell me. Perhaps the project was made too complicated with its conditions, too insistent upon copyrights and it might have ignored the extent to which authors could help themselves via their computer systems and connection to the Internet. They could easily have duplicated disked books themselves and produced them only upon demand. Moreover, they could have assembled collected works and whole libraries on text-only CD-ROMs. For my eldest grandchild I bought recently a CD-ROM of “The Library of the Future”, containing ca. 3,500 classical works, including some pro-freedom ones, from one of the bargain tables at HARVEY NORMAN’s Super-Computer Store, at Campbelltown, – for only $ 20. Normally it would have been ca. $ 60 according to advertisements. Another such edition, of classical books, is offered also for ca. A $ 60. Now, where are the anarchist or libertarian counterparts? Back in 1990, in an L.A bookshop, I met a N.Y. anarchist who intended to put 500 anarchist works onto one CD-ROM. I referred him to SoftServ – and have never heard of him again. – But basically SoftServ was a good idea and someone may try again and realize it successfully, perhaps more for those writings that are not copyrighted or for which publication counts more for their authors than earnings do. – Gutenberg Press and Books On Line have between them produced so far close to 10,000 titles – still only a fraction of the ca. 300 million books that have appeared. They seem to rely still more on key-boarding than on scanning and concentrate on long out of copyrights books. I would like to know whether they readily accept submissions of books on disks, for free duplication and distribution by them at whatever they want to charge for them, and inclusion in their lists. – Electronic screen reading was so far not very attractive and easy and did not promote comprehension and retention of read material as well as does print on paper. I know of no such comparison with the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of reading filmed material on microfilm reading machines. – Often the owners of digitized texts would want to print them out – and this can be expensive for long texts. To that would have to be added the binding costs, the larger space requirements for storage and the high postage costs for paper duplicates sent by mail. – Moreover, A4 print-outs do not fit easily into many bookshelves and might thus require special storage facilities. – Most of what Schulman said about conventional publishing and its drawbacks is correct. All alternatives to it ought to be explored and used, to the extent that they are convenient and affordable enough. – How difficult or easy would it to get libertarians or anarchists or both to agree upon filling the first libertarian or anarchist or combined and text-only CD-ROM, between them? I found so far only 2 who showed a limited interest in this option. I have now a CD-ROM read and write-once drive and a CD-ROM read and write repeatedly one – but will largely depend upon input from others or from the Internet. I would like to hear from anyone who has xyz MB’s to offer towards such a project. – Reading and publishing habits seem to be very hard to change, even among people who consider themselves to be pioneering innovators and radicals, and this in spite of the great cost savings and permanency in print as well as the complete publishing options that become feasible with alternative media. – The 1998 edition of “World’s Best Ideas, A Global Ideas Bank Compendium”, published by the Institute for Social Inventions, mentions a book club for new authors, on pages 227-229 and quotes Citron Press: “Each year, in excess of 30,000 manuscripts of fiction will be rejected by publishers and publishing agents. In fact most manuscripts submitted for consideration will not be read. A vanity press on the other hand would charge you anything up to L 8,000 to produce a small quantity; and would leave you to your own devices in the marketing of your book to the public.” That coop charges a one year membership fee of L 400 for a book submitted. Conditions apply. – Another interesting and award winning project is mentioned on pages 229 and 230: Xerox Corporation has announced a Book in Time service which uses their DocuTech 6180 Publisher machines to produce paperback books economically, with a 200 pp paperback costing about L 3, even in a “run” of only ONE copy. Publishers pay Xerox two cents per book page and 75 cents per colour page. There is a charge for registering books into the system in the first place, ca. $ 100 for a 300-page book, and for digital storage, about $ 12 per title per year. They can be printed within one or two days and transmitted electronically for printing at a location close to the customer and shipped directly to the customer or bookshop. – Books in Time can be accessed using the search engine at www.xeros.com or c/o Ray McClure,Xerox Corporation, 800 Phillips Rd., 102-12(c) Webster, New York14 580, USA, tel. 716 422 3586; ………………….. e-mail: ray.mcclure(a)usa.xerox.com. – I still find my fiche publishing easier and cheaper for me – but it might never become as popular as desktop publishing with a print on paper output still is, or text-only CD-ROM publishing might become. – I will rethink my remaining options once 2,000 PEACE PLANS issues have appeared and all the still unfinished major writing, editing ad compilation projects in the remaining less than 500. But in the meantime I do intend to somewhat advertise the micrographic freedom literature offers on the Internet and offer some books electronically. – Even Amazon Books has so far profited more from marketing its shares than from selling its printed books through electronic advertising. – J.Z., 21.11.98.
SCHULMAN, J. Neil, The Rainbow Cadenza, leaflet, 1p, 29x, in PP 725. – I wish a write like him, much resembling Robert Heinlein, would write a SF novel with a panarchist background. – I recommended it once to Poul Anderson but he was not interested, since it did not fit his world view of the preconditions for a lasting peace resting on liberty and justice. In some ways even some famous libertarian SF writers are not very radical or consistent. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
SCHULMAN, J. NEIL, Towards a Natural Rights Theory of Logoright, n.d., 10pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SCHULTHEISS, HERMANN, STIRNER, Grundlagen zum Verstaendnis des Werkes “Der Einzige und sein Eigentum”, 2. Aufl, herausgegeben von Dr. Richard Dedo, 1922, 178 S., 29x, in PP 300.
SCHULTZ, HARRY D., Panic and Crashes and How You Can Make Money out of them, review by CAMILLE IBBOTSON, 1p: 40, in PP 1468. – I wish money-makers like Harry Browne and Harry Schultz would rather have written books on how to avoid panics and crashes, like Ulrich von Beckerath, Dr. Walter Zander and Prof. Heinrich Rittershausen did, in their fundamental espousal of monetary freedom. Need I assure you that the latter 3 ended relatively poor? – J.Z.
SCHULTZ, HARRY, 6pp of leaflets and 14pp newsletter sample, 29x, in PP 866.
SCHULZROCK, PETER, Faschismus Geht Immer Vom Staat Aus! 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 729. – It is, rather, one of the extreme products of of statism or etatism, which is still a popular secular religion in most countries. – J.Z., 19.6.99.
SCHUMACHER SOCIETY, E.F., Decentralist Conference, 6/96, Call for Presentations, 4pp, in PP 1323: 110.
SCHUMACHER SOCIETY, E.G., Newsletter Spring 1985, 6pp, 29x, in PP 738.
SCHUMACHER, E.F., DECENTRALIST LIBRARY, 17pp, 186-202, in PP 1465. – They hold that small is beautiful but do not intend to substitute small microfiche libraries for CENTRALIZED and large paper ones, which have to be specially housed. Microfiche libraries can also be easily and cheaply duplicated and shared. They can even be portable. All members could acquire such a decentralized library for their individual use. But this society is not yet prepared to go as far with its decentralism. – Compare also their CD-ROM options for very cheap text formats only, not multi-media formats, which tend to be expensive. – J.Z., 16.5.98.
SCHUMACHER, E.F., SOCIETY, Leaflets, 14pp, on aims, lectures and literature: 134-147, in PP 1465.
SCHUMACHER, E.F., SOCIETY, Newsletter, Spring 1983, 6pp; 148: Fall 1983, 8pp: 154; Spring 85, 6pp: 162, in PP 1465.
SCHUMACHER, E.F., The Critical Question of Size, 3pp, 29x, in PP 724
SCHUMACHER, HEINZ, Proudhons Mutualisierung des Kredits, Inaugural Dissertation, 1935, 114 S., 24x, in PP 338.
SCHUMACHER, JOANN, How Grand is Grand Opera? 6pp: 78, in PP 1506/07. – How grand would it be without subsidies at the expense of tax slaves? – J.Z.
SCHUMACHER, TRAUTE, Dr., Die Entwicklung der Banknote in Deutschland, 1943 dissertation, 144 S., first time published here and now but only in German. Contains some important distinctions for monetary freedom and practice. Appended are: supplementary correspondence with Prof. H. Rittershausen and John Zube and some comments by Ulrich von Beckerath to an earlier draft, 23pp, in PP 792.
SCHUMANN, FRITZ, Dr., Die Privatnotenbanken. Ein Beitrag zu ihrer Geschichte und Lage. Die Bankfrage in Wuerttemberg, 1909, 125 S., in PP 1398: 38.
SCHUMANN, HANS, Sozialistische Geldpolitik, ein Buchhinweis – oder vielmehr eine Warnung, 1 S., in PP 745.
SCHUMM, GEORGE, Benj. R. Tucker, a brief sketch of his life and work, 1893, THE FREETHINKERS MAGAZINE, II/7, Buffalo, July 1893, 2 S., transcript by Leo K., 1925, in PP 1329: 171.
SCHURZ, CARL, PP 1143.
SCHUSCHNIGG, Dr. von, Wie Oesterreich gemeuchelt werden sollte. Die dramatische Aussprache Schuschniggs mit Hitler, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p141.
SCHUSTER, EUNICE MINETTE, Native American Anarchism, A Study of Left-Wing American Individualism, 1915, 1932, 1970, 202pp, 29x, in PP 706.
SCHUYLER, GEORGE S., New Masks for Old, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 117.
SCHUYLER, MICHAEL, Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p368&373.
SCHWABE, SALIS, Mme., Richard Cobden, Notes sur ses voyages, correspondances et souvenirs, recuellies, par Mme. Salis Schwabe, avec une preface to M. G. de Molinari (7pp), Paris, 1879, 400pp, in PP 1145.
SCHWAEBISCHE LANDESZEITUNG, Nr. 113, 1949: Ein Mann und seine Erfindung wandern aus, 2 S., Erfinderschicksal, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 78. Erfindungen und ihre Nutzung: Fuer die Welt ist es am besten wenn Erfinder immer dahin gehen, wo sie am besten behandelt werden. – “Where there is freedom, there is my country!” Ergaenzt durch die Bemerkung: “Where there is no freedom, there is mine!” – Das Ideen Archiv und die Freiheit sind nicht nur nationale sonder internationale – und individualle Angelegenheiten. – J.Z., 7.6.96.
SCHWARTZ, BARRY J., Can Capitalism Guarantee Right Answers? 4pp: 475, in PP 1529-33.
SCHWARTZ, GARY T., Tort Law and the Economy in 19th-Century America: A Reinterpretation, THE YALE LAW JOURNAL 90, 8, 1981, 1717-1775, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1867, headed: 19th-Century Tort Law & Industry.
SCHWARTZ, PEDRO, The Market and the Meta-market: A Review of the Contributions of the Economic Theory of Property Rights, Documento de Trabajo 1980-1981, Working paper from the Instituto de Economia de Marcado (Nunez de Balboa, 39, Madrid, Spain), 29pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1857, headed: The Economic Theory of Property Rights.
SCHWARTZ, PETER, Deregulation Comes to Broadcasting, 5pp: 214, in PP 1506/07.
SCHWARTZ, PETER, Libertarianism: The Perversion of Liberty, an objectivist paper from THE INTELLECTUAL ACTIVIST, edited by Peter Schwartz, III/18 & 20 ff, May 10, 1985, 29pp, in PP 1358: 34. – Showing at least how perverse a view of liberty some liberty lovers can hold, not only some Stirnerites. Objectivists still uphold e.g. a territorial monopoly for their limited and thus supposedly ideal governments. I would gladly microfiche any replies that come my way. Also any further statements of the author’s position. – J.Z.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Henry George, Rerum Novarum, and the Controversy Concerning Private Property in Land, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1904 or 1905, 18pp, in PP 1321.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Natural Law and the Campus, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 149.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Ralph Borsodi – Practical Idealist, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 914.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Rebels of Individualism, N.Y., 1949, 95pp, in PP 980. The cover, 1p, which was not on hand when the book was filmed in PP 980, filmed separately in 1124.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, The Devil and the Reformers, 1964, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 62, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Thoreau, George, and Tolstoy: A Triple Comparison, 2pp., in PP 1312/1314. – See also under: FRAGMENTS.
SCHWARZ, FRED, Dr., The Heart, Mind and Soul of Communism, 1952, 30pp, 29x, in PP 724.
SCHWARZ, FRITZ, Experiment von Woergl, Das, 1951, 1983, 79 S., in PP 804.
SCHWARZ, MINNI, Fluester-Witze 1938-1945, Lachen verboten! Heft 1, gesammelt von M.S., im Weltweiten Verlag, undatiert, 24 S., in PP 1330-1332: 359. – Heft 2: Fluesterwitze aus den Jahren 1940 – 1941, 24 S., ibid: 364.n
SCHWARZE TINTE, Nr. 4, April 1986, “Anarchismus – Theorie, Kritik, Utopie” – Viel Prominenz, wenig Praxis, 3 S.,in PP 1326.
SCHWEIK ACTION WOLLONGONG, Beyond Military Control, 6pp: 56, in PP 1481.
SCHWEIK ACTION WOLLONGONG, Resist Repressive Regimes, a 6pp leaflet for non-violent resistance, in PP 788.
SCHWEIZER, H., Ewiges Zuendholz und “Kleiner Gustav”, 2 S., Erfindungen, Elektrotechnik, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 178.
SCHWENDTER, ROLF, Anarchismus in der politischen Kultur der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 18 S., in PP 1326.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED H., Anmerkungen zum Kommentar von MICHAEL BRAENINGER, MICHAEL LUCHT, 2 S.: 121, in PP 1455. – Ueber Geldfreiheit.- Free banking discussion.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED H., Modell einer autonomen Geldwirtschaft fuer alternative Krankenkassen, 5 S.: 122, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED H., Orientierung by Waehrung und Verrechnung, eine kurze Uebersicht, 2 S.: 31, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED H., Systemschwaechung durch massiven Geldentzug? 1986, 4 S.: 119, in PP 1455.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED, An die Freunde (Mackay Ges.), 83, 1 S. in PP 1333: 61; Die Mackay Gesellschaft, 83, 1 S.: 62.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED, an ZUBE, KURT, 25.1.83, in PP 1333: 3 S.: 60 & 72/73.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED, Beitrags- und Umsatzfinanzierung einer alternativen Krankenkasse, Monetary Freedom Network, 1p, 1987, in PP 793.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED, letter of 7 April 89, with some notes on discussions in the MONETARY FREEDOM NETWORK, Berlin, 5pp, 29x, in PP 905.
SCHWENKE, SIEGFRIED, Orientierung bei Waehrung und Verrechnung, eine kurze Uebersicht, 1 S.,, 36x, in PP 736. (See Monetary Freedom Network, Rundbrief.)
SCHWIETERMAN, JOSEPH P. & BROZEN, YALE, Weight – Distance Fees for Heavy Trucks: A Market Approach to Highway Pricing, 1987, 40pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
SCHWIETERMAN, JOSEPH P., Labor Costs in Urban Mass Transit: A Case for Regulatory Reform, 1985, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
SCHWIETERMAN, JOSEPH P., Private Sector Participation in Chicago Mass Transit, 1984, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
SCHWOEBEL, JEAN, Vive LE MONDE, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297. (On self-management.)
SCIABARRA, CHRIS, Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical, reviewed by BRYAN CAPLAN, Ayn Rand in Three Acts, 2pp, in PP 1487.
SCIARONI, BRET, Census ’70, April 1, An Evaluation, 1p: 65, in PP 1477.
SCIARONI, BRETT, Political Funding at C.M.C.: It’s Time for a Change, 1p: 79, in PP 1477.
SCIENCE EDUCATION, PP 1104,
SCIENCE FICTION, Life, Liberty & the Stars, The Ideological Significance of SF, PP 696.
SCIENCE FICTION: A VISION OF LIBERTY, PP 696. (Alas, there is as yet no complete listing of anarchist and libertarian SF – although thousands of anarchists and libertarians have computers. Send your list to LMP for filming! By all means, add your comments. – J.Z.)
SCIENCE VS. JUNK SCIENCE, 3 titles, 1p flyer, in PP 1281/82.
SCIENCE, GENESIS OF, PP 830.
SCIENCE, See: BLACK, ROBERT, The Science-Society Crisis, 1p: 76, in PP 1498. – It is more a question of the State using and abusing science to interfere with society. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
SCIENCE, See: HENFREY, ANTHONY, Science and the Market Place, 11pp, 16, in PP 1450.
SCIENCE, See: MARTIN, BRIAN, Sticking a Needle into Science, in PP 1446.
SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDE OF MIND, PP 1074.
SCIENTIFIC METHOD AS AN APPLICATION OF ECONOMICS, PP 697.
SCIENTIFIC NOTES, Libertarian Alliance, London, No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.
SCIENTIFIC NOTES, No. 11, 4pp, an L.A. series, in PP 1281/82.
SCIENTIFIC NOTES, see LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE.
SCIENTOLOGY, 14 human rights points, in PP 589/90, accusations against psychiatric treatments, PP 1137. Reform proposal, PP 7. – I have given up trying to get off their mailing list. A garbage can is close to my P.O. box. – J.Z.
SCIME, ROGER, Stop the Madness, a poem, 1 p., in PP 1351.
SCOFIELD, ROBERT G., Anti-Anarchist Laws, 9pp, in PP 916.
SCOTLAND, PP 804
SCOTLAND, See: BOTSFORD, DAVID, Scotland Is Libertarian! A Reply to Sean Gabb, 2pp, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 30: 69, in PP 1516.
SCOTT BADER COMMONWEALTH, Letters & Leaflets of 1984, of interest to those concerned with cooperative production, self-management, employee-shareholding, group contracting etc. 15 pp, honouring Ernest Bader, the founder, pages that were left around my place as “filler material” for all too many years, in PP 1420/22: 541.
SCOTT BADER INDUSTRIAL COMMONWEALTH & related enterprises, a variety of articles, papers and booklets, 108pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
SCOTT, BRUCE R., How Practical is National Economic Planning? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW 56, 1978, 131-145, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p298, headed: State Planning.
SCOTT, GEORGE RYLEY, The Foundation of Freedom, 1p, from: “Man and His Illusions”, 1943, in PP 1420/22: 23.
SCOTT, JEFF, George Smiley: A Real Hero, 1991, 4pp, LA Cultural Notes No. 28, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SCOTT, LAWRENCE A., A Case against Conscription, 7pp, in PP 1376 : 282.
SCOTT, LISA, Wage Slaves, 2pp, on legally underpaid Aborigines & their indemnification claims, A., 9.1.96, in PP 1378/81: 492.
SCOTT, OTTO J., Paper Money in Colonial America, 1984, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.
SCOTT, OTTO, Caucasian Self-Hatred, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1855. (Reverse racism.)
SCOTT, OTTO, The Environmental Heresy, CHALCEDON REPORT, Nov. 89, 4pp, in PP 1,033. ( Since it is one of the few libertarian journals that now offers its back issues on fiche, I do no longer consider my selection of the libertarian interest articles among its mainly Christian articles, to be an urgent job. THE FREEMAN is another libertarian journal published by Christians. Have Christians seen the light (through microfiche reading machines) more so than atheist libertarians and anarchists have? Divine intervention? – J.Z.)
SCOTT, SIR WALTER, THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSED CHANGE OF CURRENCY, & CROKER, JOHN WILSON, Two Letters on Scottish Affairs, with introduction by DAVID SIMPSON & ALASTAIR WOODS, 1972, IUP. No index, no bibliography, not even continuous page numbering! 272pp, in PP 1427: 1- 66 – IUP claims a copyright based upon its “original microfilms” of the original. With the same “reasoning” I could claim a “copyright” based on my original photocopies of their print and my hand-corrections of that copy! Original works of art, too! – Scott’s FOURTH letter on the subject has, apparently, never been published yet. I would have liked to see that one much more than some more comments by modern academics with no notions of monetary freedom or free banking. But we do have now some modern academic defences of the Scottish tradition of free banking, even though they are mostly not yet from the point of view of FULL monetary freedom. See also HERBERT SPENCER’S essays for an early defence of this tradition. I filmed Scott’s letters before – but included them here, once again, because some opposing points of view were added, however worthless they are from the libertarian & radical monetary freedom point of view. – All the relevant literature should be readily available to solve 2 of the major problems of our times: Mass unemployment, hitting over 1 billion people directly and inflation, wronging and harming all people on Earth. On their behalf, I am ready to ignore some fancy copyright claims for works not readily in print or accessible to most. How much the Irish University Microforms charges for its microfilm edition of this work is not mentioned in this print. – J.Z.
SCOTT, WALTER, Sir, The Letters of Malachi Malagrowther, 1826, 1981, 186pp, 36x, in PP 769. (In favour of Scottish Free Banking.)
SCOTT, WINFIELD LIONEL, Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labadie, of Bubbling Waters, 1927, on their Golden Wedding Anniversary, 2pp.
SCOTTISH BANKING, PP 346, 667, 814, see MEULEN: Free Banking, BECKERATH,
SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE, See: GABB, SEAN, Why the English Should Welcome Scottish Independence, POLITICAL NOTES No. 139, 2pp: 89, in PP 1487. – No territorial national independence sets all individuals free. But, exterritorial and full independence for all Scotsmen, as Scotsmen (if that has meaning for them), wherever they happen to live and work! – PIOT, J.Z., 5.6.98.
SCOVILLE, JOHN W., A Program of Reform for the United States, an address, March 4, 1944, 29pp, in PP 1,020.
SCOVILLE, JOHN W., Labor Monopolies – Or Freedom, Committee for Constitutional Government, N.Y.C., 1946, 167pp, in PP 1,005.
SCOVILLE, JOHN W., The Theory of Collective Bargaining, an address delivered before the Detroit Kiwanis Club, 12pp, 1944, with a 2pp excerpt of the above: Collective Bargaining Wrong in Principle, in PP 1,005 and in PP 1139.
SCRINIS, GYORGY, Colonizing the Seed, Genetic Engineering and Techno-industrial Agriculture, Friends of the Earth, 1995, 52pp, in PP 1355: 25- 37.
SCRIP ISSUES, during depression, catalog notice only: in PP 1409/1410: 416.
SCRIVENER, MICHAEL H., Godwin’s Philosophy: A Revaluation, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 39, Oct/Dec 78, 615-626, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p479, headed: Godwin: Flux vs. Stasis.
SCRIVENER, MICHAEL, The Anarchism of Percy Busshe Shelley, 1980, 16pp, 42x, in PP 606.
SCROPE, G. POULETT, Principles of Political Economy, deduced from the Natural Laws of Social Welfare, and applied to the Present State of Britain, 1833, 1969, 481pp, in PP 1187. Somewhat for natural law and monetary freedom – but not consistently so. Microfilmed upon recommendation by Kurt Schuler. – J.Z.
SCRUGGS, L.S. & WELLS, DONALD R., Towards Free Banking, 1986, 4pp, in PP 970.
SCRUTON, ROGER, The Insanity of Unilateral Disarmament, 1983, 4pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 17, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. – Unilateral NUCLEAR disarmament of all governments – and of all private nuke fanatics – does make sense. The more enlightened people need suitable firearms, training & organization for this. – Nuclear devices are not suitable to resist or overthrow a dictatorship and to liberate its victims. Such a “cure” is even worse than the disease. – J.Z.
SCRUTON, THOMAS, Against Deconstruction, 4ppp, in PP 1281/82. – L.A. leaflet. I find such unrelated terms meaningless. – J.Z.
SCULLY, EDGAR, The Place of the State in Society according to Thomas Aquinas, THE THOMIST 46, July 81, 407-428, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1864, headed: Man’s End, Society & State in Aquinas.
SCUOTEGUAZZA, HENRY C., The Revolt Against Reason, 2pp, in PP 1249.
SEABERG, R.B., The Norman Conquest and the Common Law: The Levellers and the Argument from Continuity, THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL, England, 24, 4, 1981, 791-906, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1653, headed: Levellers: Historical Continuity & Rights.
SEADE, ESPERANZA DURAN DE, State and History in Hegel’s Concept of People, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 40, July/Sep 79, 369-384, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p811, headed: People, Freedom, and State in Hegel.
SEAVER, BEN, The Gates Commission Report on an all Volunteer Armed Force, American Friends Service Committee, 1970, 4pp, in PP 1,0011.
SEAWATER AS SOIL NUTRIENT, IN MODERATE USE, PP 1000, 1028/29.
SEAWATER DESALINATION, ELECTROGRAVITATIONAL, 2pp, and use as soil nutrient, in moderation, to restore trace mineral balance, boost crop yields and pest resistance, 1p, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29. (Compare also Dr. Alain Bombard: The Bombard Story, Andre Deutsch, 1953, on the use of a plancton net and press to obtain food and drink at sea, in combination with SOME seawater. All not very tasteful but lifesaving. Dr. Bombard demonstrated this for 65 days, while crossing the Atlantic on a rubber raft. Such equipment and advice is, alas, still not standard equipment for survival at sea. How slow are large segments of the community to accept even proven and life-saving technologies? They seem to be more interested in accepting high tech golf clubs and tennis rackets. J.Z.)
SECESSION & CURRENCY, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, A currency for Quebec? 1p: 123, in PP 1515. – Why only one and not as many as the market will bear? – Territorial secessionism is not enough decentralization. Exterritorial autonomy is required for voluntary payment communities or independence from all central banks, that of Quebec included. – J.Z.
SECESSION UNITED, 2 leaflets, 2pp, of an all too secretive group, in PP 1,051. – I suspect their information offer, because of their secrecy and their lack of interest in my On Panarchy series. Who could honestly say that he is a know-it all in this new science of tolerance and freedom of action, based on exterritorial autonomy – which is based on individual secessionism and voluntary associationism? Some actions have to be kept secret in our times but hardly educational literature, espousing radical principles and speculating and proposing future options. To ask you in advance to promise not to pass it on or show it around, seems simply absurd to me. – J.Z.
SECESSION, GEOGRAPHICAL: See: HELMS, ANDREA R.C. & MCBEATH, GERALD A., A Cross-National Study of Statehood in Federal Systems, Executive Summary of a Report to the Alaska Statehood Commission, June 1981, 10pp, in PP 1310: 117-125. Sent to me by Tom Owens. Reproduced because it discusses at least geographical secession. If it had discussed voluntaristic and exterritorial autonomy then I would, probably, have filmed it long ago.
SECESSIONISM, INDIVIDUAL , PP 1051, see ON PANARCHY. Compare Fichte, Spender, DePuydt et al.
SECESSIONISM, RIGHTFUL SECESSIONS & INDEPENDENCE FOR ALL IN RHODESIA, 1966, PP 8.
SECOND HAND BOOKS, M. SZTERPAKIEWICZ, Escondido, Cal, 1999, short notice , in PP 1541/42.
SECRECY, PP 55, 311.
SECURITY, PRODUCTION OF, PRIVATE, PP 320.
SECURITY, See: READ, LEONARD E., Security and Freedom, 1p: 589, in PP 1529-33.
SECURITY: GOMPERS, SAMUEL, Legislated Security Is Bondage, 2pp, extract from an address, Dec. 5, 1916, in PP 1418: 17.
SECURITY: RUTLEDGE, ARCHIBALD, Security May Betray Us, 2pp, in PP 1418: 37.
SEDDON, F.A., Jr., Dr., On the Randian Definition of Art, 4pp: 77, in PP 1479.
SEDITIONIST, THE, Nos. 8 & 9, March 17, 89 & April 20, 89, S.F., CA, 14pp, in PP 1236.
SEDMAN, STEVEN & GRUBER, MICHAEL, Capitalism and Individuation in the Sociology of Max Weber, BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 28, Dec. 77, 498-508, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p386, headed: Bureaucracy and “The Organization Man”.
SEE SHARP PRESS, The Revolutionary Pleasure of Thinking for Yourself, Tucson, AZ, 1992, 16pp, in PP 1228.
SEEBALD, RUDOLF, Das Widerstandsrecht des deutschen Volkes, 1981, 3pp, 29x, in PP 532.
SEED, T.A., Rev., Herbert Spencer, in “Great Thoughts”, Celebrities of the Victorian Era, 3pp, n.d., in PP 821.
SEEDS, CONSERVATION OF VARIETIES, See: SCRINIS, GYORGY, Colonizing the Seed, Genetic Engineering and Techno-industrial Agriculture, Friends of the Earth, 1995, 52pp, in PP 1355: 25-37.
SEELIGER, EWALD GERHARD (EWGER SEELIGER), Das Weltgewissen, Band 1 der Schriftenreihe DIE WAHRE ZUKUNFT, 1923, 62pp, in PP 1229.
SEEMANN, BIRGIT, Die Vergangenheit ist Zukunft, ueber: Gustav Landauer: “Auch die Vergangenheit ist Zukunft”, 1989, ca. 2pp, in PP 1127/1128.
SEEMUELLER, Anarchistische Foederation Deutschlands, 4 S., in PP 1356: 68.
SEGAL, BOB, What Kind of Man Is He? 17 human rights points, indirectly but appeallingly expressed, 48x, in PP 589/590.
SEGURA, FRANCISCO, El Social Humanismo, Perfil de un Nuevo Sistema Economico: El Social Humanismo. Formula: Servicio Obligatorio y Gratuito de la Tierra Y del Dinero, Barcelona, 1967, 236pp, 29x, in PP 871. Filmed upon recommendation of ANTONIO (now deceased) of JURA BOOKS, 110 Crystal St., Petersham, Sydney, NSW 2049, tel. 550 9921.
SEIDEL, EBERHARD, Venture Kapital fuer Kollektive, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.
SEIDMAN, CRANE, FRIEDMAN & KAHN, How 4 Experts View Deregulation in the ’90s, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
SEILER, ADOLF, Ueber die Taetigkeit des Patentverwerters im Dienste des Erfinders, 2 S., aus seiner Schrift: Erfindungen, Patente, Neuheiten erfolgreich verwerten, Neckargmuend, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 104.
SEIN LIN, Discussion of “Dr. SUN YAT-SEN and HENRY GEORGE”, 3pp, in PP 1216.
SEIZURE FEVER, PP 1151. This reminds of certain times of the decline of the Roman Empire and of the Red Terror of the French Revolution – apart from the War Communism in this century. The Inquisition and the early prosecution of Jews in Nazi Germany were also largely motivated by the property confiscations that were involved. Are communist anarchists applauding such seizures or are they simply silent about them? Or are they angry with the police as a competitor in attacks on property rights? – J.Z.
SEIZURES BY THE STATE, PP 679. See Inflation, Legal Tender, Taxation.
SEKHMET, Aotearoa, N.Z., Issue 6, Magazine of Anarcha-Feminist Federation of Aotearoa, N.Z., n.d., 20pp, in PP 1235. – The feminists have still to discover their micrographic options for themselves. They do not have to follow the examples set by the male paper tigers. – J.Z.
SELASSIE, HAILE, Beschrieben, auf 2 S., als “Der weise Lenker eines aufsteigenden Landes, Geniale Persoenlichkeiten”, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 103. – Als Panarchist und Anarchist habe ich darueber eine ganz andere Meinung. – J.Z., 7.6.96.
SELBSTHILFE NETZWERK. Fonds fuer politische & alternative Projekte, undatiert, 6 S. Flugblatt, in PP 1413/14: 280.
SELBY, HELEN & KNIGHT, JILL, Self-Management at DYNAVAC, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
SELCON, Libertarian International, 1985 conference, 4pp leaflet, in PP 890.
SELDON, ARTHUR, Capitalism, 1990, 419pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SELDON, ARTHUR, Capitalism, flyer, 1p, for the book, by LA and Free Market Books, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SELDON, ARTHUR, Capitalism, review only, in PP 1052-61 (Radnitzky).
SELDON, ARTHUR, The New Economics, 1983, 1987, 19pp, LA Study Guide No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SELDON, ARTHUR, The Trend Towards Private Welfare, 1p, in FREE NATION, privatization supplement No. 1, in PP 1,013.
SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE HIGH PRICE OF BULLION, THE, Bullion Report, 1810, 57pp, 29x in PP 240.
SELF DEFENCE : MULLER, LEE, Individual Rights Meaningless without Means to Defend them, 89, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1852.
SELF MANAGEMENT, see: MINTZ, FRANK, Self Management, The Anarchist Encyclopaedia, Folio 1, March 1986, 5pp, in PP 1235.
SELF-CONTROL, Freedom as, PP 1152/53.
SELF-DEFENCE, PP 316-318.
SELF-DEFENCE, see GUN CONTROL, MILITIA.
SELF-DETERMINATION, PP 542.
SELF-ESTEEM: SHULMAN, JOYCE & LEE, Review of BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, How to raise your self-esteem, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 173. – I know of another way: Spend ca. $ 5,000, and some labour of love, to put ca. 200 unpublished or o.o.p. libertarian titles permanently in print, upon demand, on microfiche. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
SELF-GOVERNMENT OF REASONABLE BEINGS, PP 506.
SELF-GOVERNMENT, PP 687.
SELF-HELP BOOKS, PP 347-348 (Enterprise Publishing Co.) Since then there has been an enormous expansion of this kind of literature. A New York correspondent has 5,000 self-sufficiency books and is quadruplicating this private reference library, for himself and for his children, on jacket fiche, produced at home, at a materials cost of ca. 38 cents for the master and 5 cents for a duplicate. Sale of the books, at the end, should cover his costs. His example demonstrates, like that of LMP, what great services libertarians could supply to themselves, micrographically – if only they could be bothered. – J.Z.
SELF-HELP, NOT SOCIALISM, PP 698.
SELF-HELP, PP 195 (SMILES),
SELF-INTEREST, Vice or Virtue? PP 307
SELFINTEREST: READ, LEONARD E., Self-interest: Vice or Virtue? 1p, in PP 1418: 6.
SELFISHNESS & FREEDOM, PP 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 2) SELFISHNESS: HUSEMEYER, LIBBY, Is Selfishness Moral? 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 228.
SELFISHNESS, PP 864, 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 2)
SELFISHNESS: WHITE, ROBERT, Hoorah for Selfishness! 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 489.
SELF-LIBERATION, PP 12 & 594. See LIVING FREE.
SELF-MANAGEMENT OPTIONS, PP 294-297: S. 460, 462 & 464, et al. See Cooperative Production, Autonomous Work Groups, Purchase of Enterprises.
SELF-MANAGEMENT, PP 294-297, 319.
SELF-MANAGEMENT, See: DUBREUIL, HYACINTHE.
SELF-MANAGEMENT, See: WOLF, ELIAS, Yugoslavia: Model of workers self-management? 3p: 23, in PP 1502. – Did they self-manage their economic activities any better than they managed, over the last few years, their political one? Living long under communism seems to have taught them coercion – and not much else. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
SELF-OWNERSHIP, Champlin in PP 1028/29, 1052-61 (LA Philos. Notes 19 & 20)
SELF-OWNERSHIP: FEDER, DON, Who Owns Your Life? 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 935.
SELF-REGULATION, See: FOLEY, RIDGWAY K., Jr. The Myth of Self-Regulation, 9pp: 443, in PP 1529-33. – That applies to bureaucratic “self-regulation”, e.g. via “boards” etc. On the other hand, we have what Rose Wilder Lane regards as “self-control”, i.e., individual control of the own affairs, as the only control that really works. – J.Z., 13.11.98.
SELF-RESPONSIBILITY, PP 589/90,
SELF-RESPONSIBILITY, See: JUNIOR, BUD, Think again Mr. Lawman, 1p on self-responsibility, in PP 1336 – 39: 270.
SELF-RESPONSIBILITY, See: POIROT, PAUL L., A Matter of Self-Responsibility, 5pp: 173, in PP 1529-33.
SELF-SEEKING, PP 585.
SELF-SUFFICIENCY? See: SEYMOUR, JOHN, Post-Industrial Self-Sufficiency (Whether We Like it or not), 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 841. – With much more industry or labour much less could be achieved! E.g.: The article depicts e.g. a woven washing basket, which costs hours of labour and which, in supermarkets, you can sometimes pick up for a dollar or two, when shaped in plastic. Human labour should not be wasted on minor items for living. Should one waste hours to days on producing a comb, like some Japanese craftsmen do? It is their right to do so, if they want to, and the right of their consumers to pay the exorbitant price for such craftsmanship. But it is not a solution for the masses of consumers. – J.Z., 24.2.97.
SELGIN, G.A., Free Banking in Foochow, n.d., 31pp, in PP 1186.
SELGIN, G.A., Prof., The Case for Free Banking: Then and Now, 1985, 15pp, in PP 1,000.
SELGIN, G.A., The Case for Free Banking, 1986 5pp essay, in PP 972.
SELGIN, GEORGE A. & WHITE, LAWRENCE H., The Evolution of a Free Banking System, ECONOMIC INQUIRY, July 1987, 19pp, in PP 814.
SELGIN, GEORGE A., The Theory of Free Banking, review: 787, 1042.
SELGIN, GEORGE, A., The Theory of Free Banking, Money Supply under Competitive Note Issue, reproduction of the book’s cover and cover notes only, with an introductory letter by David D. Boaz of the Cato Institute, and Kurt Schuler’s review, in PP 787.
SELGIN, GEORGE, The Theory of Free Banking, 2 reviews from THE PRAGMATIST, Dec. 89, headed: Free Market Money, 2pp, by Richard A. Cooper and Richard H. Timberlake, in PP 1240.
SELIGMAN, DANIEL, A Tip for the Postman, 90, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
SELIGMAN, EDWIN R.A., Halving the Tax Rate on Buildings, 12pp, critical of Single Tax, in PP 1265.
SELIGMAN, EDWIN R.A., The Single Tax, 21pp, critical, in PP 1265.
SELLERS, DIXON B., 29 May 1979, Submission to Australian Financial System Inquiry, 4pp, 48x, in PP 740.
SELTZER, RICHARD, Alternatives to Traditional Academic Publishers, 3pp, in PP 1409/10: 266.
SELTZER, RICHARD, Suggested Tactics for Building an Electronic Library, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 257.
SEMANTICS, PP 962.
SEMMEL, BERNARD, H.T. Buckle: The Liberal Faith and the Science of History, THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 27, Sep. 76, 370-386, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p315, headed: Reason and Progress.
SEMMENS, JACK, Some Empirical Observations on Objectivism, 6pp: 43. Part II, Objectivism & Conservatism, 3pp: 82, in PP 1457/62.
SEMMENS, JOHN & KRESICH, DIANE, Coercion Is No Cure for Collision, 1987, 4pp, on compulsory seatbelt laws, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
SEMMENS, JOHN & KRESICH, DIANE, Deregulation, Privatization, and Air Travel Safety, 1989, 27pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
SEMMENS, JOHN & KRESICH, DIANNE, Airline Deregulation: Freer Is Safer, 1989, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SEMMENS, JOHN & KRESICH, DIANNE, Auto Safety Regulations: Hazardous to Your Health, 1988, 28pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
SEMMENS, JOHN, 65 MPH in Michigan: Life in the Fast Lane? 1990, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SEMMENS, JOHN, 65 Saves Lives, 1988, 3pp, on speed limit, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SEMMENS, JOHN, Make-Work Won’t Work, 9pp: 428, in PP 1529-33.
SEMMENS, JOHN, The Hazards of Mandating Airline Child Safety Seats, 1990, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SEN, AMARTYA, Liberty, Unanimity and Rights, ECONOMICS, UK, 43, 1976, 217-245, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p79. Headed: Personal vs. Social Goods.
SEN, AMARTYA, Utilitarianism and Welfarism, THE JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 76, no. 9, Sep. 79, 463-484, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p877, headed: Non-utilitarian, Anti-welfarist Morality.
SENESE, DONALD J., China’s “free enterprise” Experiment, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 195.
SENESE, DONALD J., Government Intervention Creates Chaos, Not Jobs, 9pp: 269, in PP 1529-33.
SENFT, GERHARD, Der Anarchismus, sein Feuerschuh und die Metaphysik der Windsandale. Pierre Ramus’ Thesen zur Kritik am Marxismus, 11 S.: 38, in PP 1456.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., American Economy is NOT Depression Proof, The, THE FREEMAN, Nov. 72, 8pp, in PP 804.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., American Machiavellians?, CHALCEDON REPORT, 5/97, 1p, 121, in PP 1453.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Concessions and Give-backs, 11pp: 576, in PP1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Conflict in Canada, 9pp: 305, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Federal Reserve System, The, THE FREEMAN, April 72, 9pp, in PP 804.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Forecasting, 5pp: 111, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Free Money Is SOUND Money, THE FREEMAN, June 75, 6pp, in PP 806.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Ideological Roots of Unionism, 14pp: 514, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Is Inflation Dead? 1p, from CHALCEDON REPORT, Oct. 97: 203, in PP 1470.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Jobs and Trade, 1p, 248, in PP 1463/64.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Law and Justice, 3pp: 348, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Minimum Wages, 12pp: 384, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Money & Freedom, review, 740.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., No $hortage of Gold, THE FREEMAN, Sep. 73, 8pp, in PP 804.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Repeal, Repeal, Repeal, from CHALCEDON REPORT, March 1995, 1p, in PP 1240.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Some Evils of Inflation, 10pp: 595, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The Coming Eurodollar Flood, 5pp: 43, in PP 1506/07.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The Davis-Bacon Act, 7pp: 561, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The Phantom Called “Monopoly”, 3pp, in PP 499.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The World Debt Crisis, 8pp: 366, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Two-Digit Inflation, THE FREEMAN, Jan. 75, 11pp, in PP 806.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Understanding Affirmative Action, 1p from CHALCEDON REPORT, 8/95. – CHALCEDON REPORT makes a copyrights claim but, as you can see, the author offers this article free of charge on line and on disk. – I consider Christianity, even that of some free market and anarchist Christians, to be and likely to remain a major obstacle to the realization of liberty, individual rights and, thereby, of peace, justice and prosperity on earth. Anyone still relying on a God will never achieve full self-enlightenment and self-liberation. And any movement that takes no clear stand e.g. for individual responsibility rather than collective responsibility, for resistance and tyrannicide and against excessive obedience to authorities and one that seems unable or unwilling to apply the principle of religious tolerance to the political, economic and social spheres, has still much to learn about liberty. Will it learn it, within another few thousand to a few hundred years? – J.Z.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Unemployment in Puerto Rico, 11pp: 407, in PP1529-33. – Hundreds of millions in the misery of unemployment in the world – and this although it could be abolished, within days, through the introduction and use of full monetary freedom. But so far there exists no ready channel and market for such truths. One cannot sell them at any price, least of all to the unemployed themselves, and not even to most anarchists and libertarians. -J.Z., 14.11.98.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Unemployment, 1p: 521, in PP 1529- 33. – No hint towards the effects of monetary despotism here. – J.Z.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Welfare States at War, 6pp: 256, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Women, Work and Wages, 14pp: 546, in PP 1529-33.
SENNHOLZ, HANS, The Fateful 1980s, 3pp, in PP 1243/44. – How can one induce him and FEE, which he runs now, to make use of their microfiche options? How many FEE publications are now out of print, apart from THE FREEMAN, which is microfilmed by University Microfilm? How much would it cost FEE to get all this o.o.p. material onto microfiche? Someone with easy access to it should perhaps start with listing its o.o.p. material, at least all those titles not yet reproduced by LMP. I had only once the chance to visit FEE, in 1990 and may never get it again. – From my point of view it simply seems to sit on these treasures, like George the Dragon. And yet progress towards liberty via educational efforts is its main aim! – Why does it confine itself to print on paper, which has not achieved general enlightenment for 500 years? And why, otherwise, only lectures and seminars, which have not achieved it, either, many more centuries? – J.Z., 1995.
SENNOTT, CHARLES, Waco – a popular shrine for the military minded, 1p, in PP 1239. – As if only the military minded were interested in full religious and other liberties. – J.Z.
SENTIENT QUOTE LIST, The Words of the Sentient, a collection of pro-freedom quotes from the Internet, 115 pp, with a short bibliography, in PP 1537: 1-115. – It somewhat supplements my SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY encyclopaedic effort. Quotes from it have still to be included in my Slogans collection. – J.Z.
SENZA TITOLO, 1.) Introductory issue, not dated, 36pp; 2.) Ma Per L’Azione Diretta, Foglio di Lotta Fiorentino, Autogestito e Autofinanziato, No. 3 – Marzo 1984, 40pp; 3.) Settembre 1984, 34pp, all in PP 1255.
SEPARATION OF SCHOOL & STATE ALLIANCE, Leaflets on 97 Conference, 8pp: 139, in PP 1504.
SEPARATION OF STATE & ECONOMY, PP 242, 1074.
SEPARATISM, ACCEPTING NEW MODELS AND OPPORTUNITIES, PP 1051. – Compare ON PANARCHY.
SEPARATISM: KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Separatism & Quebec, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 293, 312, 332. – CHAMPLIN, ROBERT, Separatism and Quebec, A reply to Konkin, 1p: 312. Konkin’s reply, 1p: 332, in PP 1404/06. – The only just separatism is one that is voluntary for everyone concerned. That requires exterritorial separatism rather than a new territorial despotism by the local majority. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
SEPTIC TANK PROBLEMS SOLVED, 2pp on a labour & cost saving recycling approach, in PP 1,034. (I was forced to join the government’s sewage scheme, which cost me much in labour for digging a trench, for materials and in plumber’s connection charges and a high annual fee, about the equivalent of the own independent septic system that was installed before. – When a government offers to help you – run if you can! – J.Z.)
SERES, LASZLO, Hungary ’95 – A Statist “Modernization”, 1p, in PP 1287/89p461. – Nothing but a complete denationalization, as advocated e.g. in PP 19C, putting the assets into the hands of private citizens and cooperators, as a general refund to taxpayers, can assure the permanent success of privatization, through the expropriation of the bureaucracy, for the benefit of its former subjects. – J.Z.
SERF, JOSEPH A., The Politics of Change, 1p, on voluntary taxation, in PP 1269.
SERFDOM, THE ROAD TO, HAYEK’S WARNING 40 YEARS ON, PP 709, 719, 1017.
SERGEANT, HARRIET, Shanghai: Collision Point of Cultures, 1918-1939, 1990, 371pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SERGVEN, M., Paths of Revolution, 3pp: 7, in PP 1501.
SERRINS, BARRY J., MCCAFFREY, VINCENT & FRAZIER, MARK C., editors, Libertarian Yearbook 1972, foreword by Robert LeFevre, 132pp, in PP 274.
SERVICE EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION, THE, Greenbrook, N.J., 1981 leaflet, 1p, in PP 814.
SERVICEMEN’S BILL OF RIGHTS, PP 12. From “The Bond”, 8 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
SESSIONS, ALANSON E., Why Must We Fight Russia? And Miscellaneous Articles by Clay Fulks, Dr. B. Liber, and others, 1949, 32pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, series No. B-228. Among the other articles perhaps only BRIGGS, E. ARTHUR, The Hope of Civilization – Freedom, 5pp, which discusses Rocker, is worth listing. In PP 1218.
SESTIO, RAYMOND, The Politics of Multiculturalism, 1982, 42pp, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.
SET ASIDE PROGRAMS, PP 1104, 1105,
SETON-WATSON, CHRISTOPHER, Italy from Liberation to Fascism, 1870-1925, 1967, only a 4pp extract as an appendix to Preyer’s book: Die Arbeits- u. Pachtgenossenschaften Italiens, 1913, in PP 846.
SEUSS, Dr., Yertle the Turtle, an anarchist poem for children, available from Spunk Press, on-line, 3pp, in PP 1237.
SEUSS, WILHELM, Geldtheorie von Friedrich A. von Hayek, Die. Zur Neuauflage der beiden Fruehwerke und zu DENATIONALISATION OF MONEY, ORDO, Bd. 28, 1977, 6 S., in PP 806.
SEVEN FROM SEVEN, A Selection of Articles from GALATIANS SEVEN: a Christian Libertarian Newsletter, Vol. I, 8pp, n.d., in PP 935.
SEVEN TOWERS PRESS, THE, 1p leaflet on a mixture of occultism and mysticism with libertarianism and secessionism! 29x, in PP 902.
SEVENSTER, SIEBE, Land Values Part of Wages for Labour, 1982, 6pp, 48x, in PP 626.
SEVENSTER, SIEBE, The Essence, The Functioning, and The Destination of Land Values, 1979, 3pp, 36x, in PP 381.
SEXBY, EDWARD, Uccidere non e assassinare, traduzione: Andrea Chersi, 90, 77pp, in PP 1347: 86. It contains also the following 2 articles: a) I Caratteri di un Tiranno, and b) E Lecito Uccidere un Tiranno?
SEXISM & INDIVIDUALISM, PP 290, 369.
SEXUAL FREEDOM, See: HEWETSON, JOHN, Sexual Freedom for the Young, Freedom Press, 1951, 17pp: 57, in PP 1495.
SEXUAL FREEDOM, See: KERNOCHAN, JIM, Emma Goldman: Morning Star of Sexual Anarchy, 5pp: 65, in PP 501.
SEXUAL FREEDOM: UNWIN, J.D., HOPOUSIA or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society, 1940, indexed, 475 pp, including: HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Introduction, 17pp, in PP 1364: 1-110.
SEXUAL LIBERATION, PP 412 (pp 156, 306 & 331), 696, 812, 957, 986, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 64 & LA Philosophical Notes 18). – How much would prostitution, alcoholism, drug taking, wife beating, rape and sexual abuse of children be reduced if sexual liberation had already been achieved? – J.Z.
SEXUAL POLITICS: BLOCK, WALTER, Sexual Politics, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 327.
SEXUAL REVOLUTION : BENNETT, ROBYN, Older Women, Younger Men, an interview by AGAINST THE WALL, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1638.
SEXUAL REVOLUTION: CANNON, JOSEPH G., What Sexual Revolution? 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 839.
SEYFERTH, OTTO A., Put Freedom First, 14pp, in PP 1,013.
SEYMOUR, HENRY, ed., FREE EXCHANGE, The Only Solution to the Labour Problem, Nos. I-III, May-July 1892, 12pp, in PP 803.
SEYMOUR, HENRY, Monomaniacs, The: A Fable in Finance, Free Currency Tract No. 1, 1895, 6pp, in PP 806.
SEYMOUR, HENRY, Review of: Ten Men of Money Island, by Seymour F. Norton, PP 806.
SEYMOUR, JOHN, Post-Industrial Self-Sufficiency (Whether We Like it or not), 7pp, in PP 1386/91: 841. – With much more industry or labour much less could be achieved! E.g.: The article depicts e.g. a woven washing basket, which costs hours of labour and which, in supermarkets, you can sometimes pick up for a dollar or two, when shaped in plastic. Human labour should not be wasted on minor items for living. Should one waste hours to days on producing a comb, like some Japanese craftsmen do? It is their right to do so, if they want to, and the right of their consumers to pay the exorbitant price for such craftsmanship. But it is not a solution for the masses of consumers. – J.Z., 24.2.97.
SFORZA-RODERICK, MICHELLE & SCOTT, NOVA & WEISBRO, MARK, Writing the Constitution of a Single Global Economy, n.d., 9pp: 115, in PP 1495. – By of neo-protectionists against free trade, here named “global economy” or “globalism”. Without the artificial borders set up by territorial states, an economy, to stay economical, is always as global as is possible and useful. For the modern protectionists some governments are too much in favour of free trade and financial freedom, alas, only an economic freedom that is “regulated” by international “agreements” between governments rather than between producers, traders and their customers. To confine the economy via constitutions, laws, regulations, jurisdictions, international treaties to A household, A street, village, town, district, region, country, federation or continent, is simply wrong and absurd. ALL governments should simply leave it alone, completely. It does not require any government aid or restrictions but simply complete absence of territorial governmentalism. Then the economy would automatically be as centralized and as decentralized as is desirable in particular spheres. Unilateral renunciation of economic restrictions by the own side would be easier, quite practicable and ultimately help more to spread the introduction of fully free trade and full monetary and financial freedom everywhere than international treaties possibly could. – I do regret that many anarchists and libertarians seem to have fallen for such camouflage terms and “arguments”. – J.Z.
SHACKMAN, JOSHUA, circular of Sep. 27, 1991, on project of ECONOMIS AMERICA, to compile another free market, individual freedom and limited government directory, 3pp, in PP 1105.
SHAEFER, DAVID L., Montaigne’s Political Skepticism, POLITY: The Journal of the Northeastern Political Science Association, 11, Sum. 79, 512-541, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p, headed: Montaigne and the Value of Tolerance.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., Children and Education, 1970, 3pp, 29x, in PP 712.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., Personal Declaration of Principles, 1966, contains a monetary freedom clause and is thus included, at 29x, in PP 586/587. For its Human Rights Code it is also included at 48x, in PP 589/590. It is also contained in “Innovator”. 6/1966.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., Some Freedom Writings, reviewed by John Zube, 1998, 62pp, in PP 1539: 1 –62. – Titles reviewed: a) Who Authorizes the Authorities? 3pp, in PP 1020. One of his weekly columns in THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. Anthologized in L.K. Samuels, Facets of Liberty, 1985, fiched in PP 1020. b) Violence as a Product of Imposed Order, HIS, 1976, 43pp, in PP 1114. c) Calculated Chaos, Institutional Threats to Peace and Human Survival, Alchemy Books, 717 Market St., # 514, San Francisco, Cal., 94103, 2nd. Printing, 1987, 344pp. – Not yet included in the PP series. The author gave me a review copy but not yet the o.k. to microfiche it. So I did, finally, years after, do the next best thing, for my purposes, by reviewing it at some length. Its arguments are important for the On PANARCHY discussion. d) The Shaffer Dictionary, 1p, in PP 369. e) Personal Declaration of Principles, 1966, in PP 586 –587 (monetary freedom interest) & in PP 589 & 590 (as human rights declaration) and in INNOVATOR, 6/1966, reproduced in PP 592-594. – I have liked all of the few writings of his that have come my way and wish I had a complete collection of them. Then I would, probably, want to microfiche the lot. – Maybe he will do it himself one day or another of his fans will do so. As a professor and writer in print on paper, he is somewhat in the lime light but, nevertheless, his excellent libertarian writings are, nevertheless, still all too little known and appreciated in the freedom movement. – J.Z., 9.2. 1999.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., The Shaffer Dictionary, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., The Social Responsibility of Business: A Dissent, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, published by Roosevelt University, 17, 1977, 11-18, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p101. Headed: Business’ Social Ethics.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., Violence as a Product of Imposed Order, 1975, 1976, 43pp, IHS, in PP 1114.
SHAFFER, BUTLER D., Who Authorizes the Authorities? 3pp, in PP 1,020. I would like to see much more of this excellent author in microfilm, even though I do not agree with the main thesis of his recent book length and indiscriminate attack on all kinds of organizations, without distinguishing between coercive and monopolistic and territorial ones and voluntaristic, competitive and exterritorial ones. He gave me a copy in 1990 but was and may be still hesitant about filming permission. I would now want to film it only with some of my criticism of this aspect. This book is: “Calculated Chaos, Institutional Threats to Peace and Human Survival”, Alchemy Books, 717 Market St. No. 514, S.F., Cal. 94 103. 1985, 2nd. printing 1987.
SHAFFER, BUTLER to GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., Dec. 7, 1987, 4pp, in PP 1543/45: 693. – On decentralistic, voluntaristic, pluralistic and experimental alternatives.
SHAFFER, BUTLER, Crutches for Psychological Cripples, 1987, 23pp, in PP 1543/45: 697.
SHAH, SALEEM A., Dangerousness: A Paradigm for Exploring Some Issues in Law and Psychology, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIS 33, 1978, 224-238, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p398, headed: The Danger of “Dangerousness”.
SHAKERS, See: HENDERSON, LOUIS K., The Story of the Shakers. The Facts about the Most Fantastic Church in America, 1945, 24pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, no series no., in PP 1219.
SHAND, ALEXANDER H., Free Market Morality: The Political Economy of the Austrian School, 1990, 228pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SHANKEN, PHYLLISS, Do Our Sons Have to Pay? 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 122. – See: REPUDIATION; BANKRUPTCY OF GOVERNMENTS.
SHANLEY, MARY L., Marriage Contract and Social Contract in Seventeenth Century English Political Though, WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY 32, March 79, 79-91, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p689, headed: Locke, Women, and Freedom. – Discussed as if only one form of contract would be possible and desirable in both cases, in whole territories. The arguments would have largely disappeared under fully free choice and competition in both cases. Alas, we haven’t even got free choice in marriage contracts yet – and every few years another kind of marriage and family law is imposed from above. – J.Z.
SHANNON, RUSSELL, Constitutional Restraints, the Market Economy, and Individual Freedom, 11pp: 358, in PP 1529- 33.
SHANNON, RUSSELL, Curbing Competition, 3pp: 282, in PP 1529-33.
SHANNON, RUSSELL, Incentives and Income Tax, 4pp: 301, in PP1529-33.
SHANNON, RUSSELL, Robots, 4pp: 388, in PP 1529-33.
SHANNONG FARM, A Model for Community that Works, 4pp, in PP 1238.
SHAPIRO, MILTON M., Power OR Market, review of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and Market, 8pp: 54, in PP 1501.
SHAPIRO, ROBERT, Scrap Social Security, letter, 1p, 1977, in PP 275: 87.
SHARE, Sample of a Produce Warrant, provided by Robert Swann, 1p: 92, in PP 1465.
SHARE: SELF HELP ASSOCIATION FOR A REGIONAL ECONOMY, Leaflets, 16pp, 1988, 168-183, in PP 1465. – Attempts some savings and loan business. – Free banking discussion.
SHAREHOLDERS, PP 718, 1105,
SHARON STATEMENT, THE, 1960, 1p, 29x, in PP 423, p124.
SHARON, DAGNY, Rose’s Story, 3pp, in PP 1418: 65, adapted from Rose Wilder Lane, The Discovery of Freedom.
SHARON, DAGNY, see Dagny & Free Market Yellow Pages
SHARON, DAGNY, What one person can do, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p127.
SHARP, GRANVILLE, A General Militia, Acting by Well-Regulated Rotation, Is the Only Safe Means of Defending a Free People, 1781, 29x, in PP 356.
SHARP, GRANVILLE, Hints of Some General Principles which May Be Useful to Military Associations, 1781, 29x, in PP 356. (All 4 under Sharp : Tracts…)
SHARP, GRANVILLE, Life & Work, PP 243, 915.
SHARP, GRANVILLE, Remarks Concerning the Trained Bands of the City of London. – With an Addition, Concerning the Militia-Laws for London, 1781, 29x, in PP 356.
SHARP, GRANVILLE, The Ancient Common-Law Right of Associating with the Vicinage, in every Country, District, or Town, to Support the Civil Magistrate in Maintaining the Peace, 1781, 29x, in PP 356.
SHARP, GRANVILLE, Tracts Concerning the Ancient and only True Legal Means of National Defence, by a Free Militia, 1781, publishes the 4 tracts listed above together, on 14pp, 29x, in PP 356.
SHARP, MICHAEL & CATALANO, ANITA, Migrants, the facts behind the faces. Australians at work: why high immigration is good for us, 2pp, SMH 11.10.93, in PP 1366: 120. – LMP would like hints towards all free migration articles, leaflets, papers and books, especially when they defend it as an individual right. I assert that immigrants have also the right not to integrate, if they do not want to, and, instead, to become or remain exterritorially independent, together with other and like-minded volunteers, in their own communities, not claiming any exclusive territories for themselves, their own private or cooperative properties excepted. – J.Z.
SHARPE, JOHN, The True Political Economy – compared with some current doctrines, 1945, 35pp, 29x, in PP 356 & 411.
SHAW, BERNARD, Der “Narr” Europas. Interview mit Bernard Shaw ueber die deutsche Frage, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p160. – EINE deutsche Frage gibt es nicht – aber es gibt Dutzende von Millionen Deutschen – mit Milliarden Fragen. Probleme werden nicht reduziert sondern vervielfacht wenn man die Existenz von nur EINER Frage annimmt. Das ist dann so absurd wie die Frage: “Was ist DIE Wahrheit?” – J.Z., 27.11.95.
SHAW, BERNARD, Epigrams of Bernard Shaw, edited by E. Haldeman – Julius, 1925, 60pp, LBB No. 180, in PP 1209.
SHAW, BERNARD, See: Bullett, Gerald, The Religion of Bernard Shaw, 6pp, in PP 1189.
SHAW, E.M., Some Poems, up to 1983, 6pp, in PP 811.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, Anarchism versus State Socialism, 1889, reproduced from “Minus One”, 28.8.1971, a short article which Shaw wanted people to ignore, forget or interpret otherwise & which is not included in his collected works, 29x, in PP 537.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, Anarchism Versus State Socialism, Oriole Press edition, 1960, 11pp, in PP 962.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, Anarchism vs. State Socialism, 1889, 2pp, in PP 1420/22: 127.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, Die Herausforderung zum Anarchismus, kurzer Zeitungsartikel, 1926, 29x, in PP 620.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, Sollen alle Aerzte massakriert werden? 1 S., in PP 1290/91p23. Review of: Douglas Guthrie, Geschichte der Medizin.
SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD, The Impossibilities of Anarchism, 35pp, 1909, a socialist view, 36x, in PP 340. There are 3 all too short references in his still widely available: Everybody’s Political What’s What. And his “Man and Superman” is showing some anarchist traits. On some of the difficulties and impracticabilities of communist anarchism he was, probably, more realistic than most communist anarchists. – J.Z.
SHAW, JANE S., Helping the poor, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 246. From THE FREEMAN, Aug. 88. See: Poverty.
SHAW, JANE S., Lessons from computers and Helium, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 236.
SHAW, JENNY, In loco parentis: A Relationship between Parent, State and Child, JOURNAL OF MORAL EDUCATION 6, May 77, 181-189, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p492, headed: State Paternalism vs. Family.
SHAW, SHOSHY ERICA, On Bureaucracy, April 82, 5pp, in PP 915.
SHAW, SHOSHY ERICA, Poverty in India: God Given or Man Made? A view of the underdevelopment in India, May 83 course paper, 20pp, with some monetary freedom notions, in PP 906. See: Development, India, Monetary Freedom, Poverty.
SHEA, BOB, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. ZUBE, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
SHEA, BOB, typical objector’s note in TC, No. 104: “Can I read microfiche in the bathtub?”, with short response by J.Z., 28 Oct. 89, in PP 907-910.
SHEA, JOHN SCOTT, Exploitation, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 149.
SHEA, JOHN SCOTT, Exploitation, An Ethical Analysis, LA Political Notes, No. 15, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697.
SHEA, JOHN SCOTT, Marxism & Monopoly: Who’s Fooling Whom? 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SHEA, ROBERT J., Comments to FREEFANZINE 74 & 75, 18pp, in PP 1369/70: 252.
SHEA, ROBERT J., The Martin Gardner Challenge, 1987 (& before), 6pp, on how anarchists would counter crime, in PP 1371/72: 201, with 5pp of discussions: 224.
SHEA, ROBERT J., Your Name Is in here Somewhere, written for GOLDEN APA No. 45, 12pp, in PP 1369/70: 261.
SHEA, ROBERT, Abolish Obscenity Laws, part of a speech, 1p, date? source? In PP 1279. – The obscenity laws are the only and real obscenity, in the sphere of censorship – except when practised only among volunteers and for or against them. – J.Z.
SHEA, ROBERT, Abolishing Politics, unsigned, in OTHER SCENES, Sum. 71, 2pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Accepting the Libertarian Futurist Society’s Hall of Fame Award, Aug. 31, 1986, 5pp, in PP 479 & in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Anti-Prison Demonstration, 1p account of the May First demonstration, taken from THE SPARK, IV/5, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, Are National Chauvinists Lousy Fucks? n.d., 10pp, handwritten, in PP 1298.
SHEA, ROBERT, Big and Cool for Peace in Chicago, 1968, 7pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Children of the Apocalypse, 2pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Daley Linked with Illuminati, from SPARK, II/9, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Defining An-Archism, 4pp, handwritten, in PP 1298.
SHEA, ROBERT, Defining Anarchism, 4pp, writing as J. Stewart, advocate of the ANTI-Christ, in PP 479. – Alas, I found Bob Shea’s obituary in TC 197 of 13 May 94. Life extention comes too late for many of my kind of “old guard”, who did not bet their scarce resources on becoming successfully frozen and unfrozen again. Some think this is the only bet worth having, but I still rather bet on the acceptance of freedom ideas, like e.g. microfiche self-publishing, no matter what the odds. If microfiche were fully used to publicise longevity research, longevity might arrive much sooner. – This is an option that most longevity advocates are blind to. – J.Z.
SHEA, ROBERT, Doing Anarchism Yourself, 1974, 6pp, in PP 1371/72: 13.
SHEA, ROBERT, Emma Goldman Memorial Birthday Party, June 27, 1971, 2pp leaflet, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, Fact Sheet about the Bavarian Illuminati, 2pp, in PP 1280. (By Shea or Wilson or?)
SHEA, ROBERT, Interviewed by Neal Wilgus, in OUTWORLDS, 28/29 (VII/3&4), 4pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Introduction to “Law and Disorder”, on the Chicago Convention and its afermath, 1968, 1p, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Invitation Notes, 1971, 5pp, in PP 1298.
SHEA, ROBERT, Morality Is not Good for you. “Everything I like is either illegal, immoral or fattening”. Writing as Alexander Eulenspiegel, in TEENSET, V/3, March 69, 2pp, in PP 1279. – The index of T. lists it as: “The New Morality. It may be just the absence of the old morality”.
SHEA, ROBERT, Must Tax-Refusers Be Masochists? Can Tax-Resisters Become An-Archists? 1p, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, Mysticism Demystified, Mysticism from a Western Point of View, 1979, 4pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, No Morality at all! 1p, written under the name Alexander Eulenspiegel, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Obscenity Laws and the First Amendment, 1978, 2pp, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, Patterns of Anarchy, n.d., 5pp, in PP 1280. (Might be written by R.A. Wilson, instead. An attempt to classify the various anarchist movements.)
SHEA, ROBERT, Politica e Ficcao Cientifica, from VISAO, 7 Dezembro 81, XXX/49, 3pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Prometheus Award Presentation, Sep. 4, 1982, 10pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Resentment and Rebellion, 2pp, n.d., in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, Revolutionary Greetings from Chicago, draft, 1p, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, See: SATURDAY EVENING POST; TLALOG GRINNED, GULLIBLE INQUIRER; WARM FUZZY INQUIRER; NO GOVERNOR.
SHEA, ROBERT, Some Ways to Ease Depression (psychological), 6pp, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, STRAFnikum, letter, four days before trial of the “4 of us”, in the Year of the Bomb — XXVII, 4pp, signed: Joffre Stewart, in PP 479.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Essence of Alan Watts, AQUARIAN COMMUNITY, n.d., 2pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Joy of Baking Pie in the Sky, 8pp, 1991, in PP 1251.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Ju-LIE that did not bring 4th the Independence of a single SLAVE, 3pp, in PP 479, 2pp, n.d., in PP 1409/10: 399.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Real Problem of EVIL, 1988, 5pp, from CRITIQUE, in PP 1298.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Road to Euphoria, AUM, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1279. – Writing as Alexander Eulenspiegel. Common sense, or, rather, uncommon sense, on drugs. – J.Z.
SHEA, ROBERT, The Very Famous, ever Popular Sexual Revolution Blues, AUM, May 69, 3pp, in PP 1279. Writing as: Alexander Eulenspiegel.
SHEA, ROBERT, The World’s Worst Conspiracy, The Most Sinister, Evil, Subversive Conspiracy in the World, from TEENSET, V/3, March 69, writing as Sandra Glass, 7pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, to DAVID, of RIAGE, Sep. 5, 89, 1p, in PP 1298.
SHEA, ROBERT, to GROSSBERG, MICHAEL, 24.2.82, 2pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, to WILSON, PAUL, June 30, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, to WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, First and Second Set of Answers to Lebel’s Questions, 10pp, with Lebel, Jean-Jaques, 1p of questions, in PP 1280.
SHEA, ROBERT, Travels on the Conspiracy Circuit. The Danger of Writing Satire Is that you’ll Be Taken Seriously, in AMPERSAND, Sep.78, 2pp, in PP 1279.
SHEA, ROBERT, Why Freak on Poor Billy (Graham); Concentration Camp; THE PUBLIC LIFE, Dec. 2, 1968, 17pp, in PP 1373/75: 357.
SHEA, ROBERT, Why I Am a Right-Wing Anarchist, n.d., writing as Ronald Weston, 2pp, in PP 1279.
SHEARMAN, THOMAS G., Does Protection Protect? 28pp, 29x, in PP 602.
SHEARMUR, JEREMY, Mill on Liberty: A Defence by John Gray, reviewed by Jeremy Shearmur, 2pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SHEARMUR, JEREMY, Norman Barry: The Tradition of Spontaneous Order, 2pp comment in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1905.
SHEARMUR, JEREMY, Power and Politics, Review of: Power, edited by LUKES, STEVEN, N.Y., N.Y.U.P., 1986, 3pp: 151, in PP 1463/64.
SHEBEKO, NATASHA, Review, 1p, of GREENHAVEN PRESS, Censorship, 1994 pb, 240pp, $ 12,95, in PP 1325: 86.
SHELDON, KENNETH, CAPITALISM, Way of Freedom, 1952, 1957, Civic Education Center, Tufts University, Meford, Mass, No. 9, in Living Democracy Series, 102pp, in PP 1,011.
SHELL, SUSAN MELD, Kant’s Theory of Property, POLITICAL THEORY 6, Feb. 1978, 75-90, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p225. Headed: Kant on Property.
SHELLEY, MARY, Frankenstein, 1p review by ROBERT LEFEVRE, in PP 1367/68: 68.
SHELLEY, PERCY BUSSHE, The Anarchism of, PP 606.
SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, A Refutation of Deism, n.d., 32pp, in LBB No. 937, by Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1206.
SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, Declaration of Rights, 1812/1813, 31 points, 2pp, 24x, in PP 14, with German translation by “Ret Marut” (B. Traven), 48x, in PP 589/590.
SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, The Necessity of Atheism, 1813, 18pp, On Life, 7pp & On a Future State, 7pp, LBB No 935, in PP 1206.
SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, The Necessity of Atheism, selected Aphorisms, with an introductory note by SAPERE, JOSEPH, 3pp: About Shelley’s Prose, Loompanics Unlimited, n.d., 20pp, in PP 1328: 133. This essay was previously microfiched in the Haldeman-Julius series, with its flawed printing. Even this recent date (?) edition has some printing flaws, too. – J.Z.
SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE, The Necessity of Atheism, with excerpts of revolutionary verse, 12pp, 29x, in PP 225.
SHELLEY, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Final Struggle.
SHELLY, THOMAS J., A Lesson in Socialism, 1p: 487, in PP 1529-33.
SHELLY, THOMAS J., Study Guide to Frederic Bastiat, The Law, 1956, FEE, 15pp, in PP 1092.
SHELLY, THOMAS J., Study Guide to Henry Grady Weaver’s The Mainspring of Human Progress, 1955, FEE, 43pp, in PP 1129.
SHELLY, THOMAS J., Study Guide to Henry Hazlitt’s Economics In One Lesson, FEE, 1953, 47pp, in PP 1129.
SHEN, T.H., Republic of China’s System of Land Taxation, 15pp, in PP 1216.
SHENFIELD, A.A., The Nature of Competition, 1968, 18pp, 29x, in PP 921.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Capitalism under the Test of Ethics, 4pp, L.A., 29x. in PP 864.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Capitalism under the Test of Ethics, contribution on Mises, in PP 1268.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Liberalism and Colonialism, 1986, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives, No. 4, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, On the State of Bad Economics, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Prof., Hayek: Teacher for our Times, 5pp: 227, in PP 1506/07.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, see : LIPS, DAVID A. to Pat Peterson, July 6, 1978, criticizing Arthur Shenfield’s view of Anarchism and the Limited State, 3pp, in PP 997.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, The Role of Ideas in Human Affairs, n.d., 11pp, in PP 897.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Trial by Taxation, 19pp, 41, in PP 1450.
SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, What Right to Strike? Here only a 2pp summary by the IEA of this Hobart Paper 106, in PP 1140. (As far as I know, the IEA has still not managed the microeconomics of microfiching all its o.o.p. output. Nor has it answered my submission. Such large think tanks develop a bureaucracy, personality squabbles and party strife and wastefulness and conservatism of their own, largely supported by charitable sponsorship. Most are even harder to win over to the use of innovative technologies and their savings than individuals are. And when they do use them, then they may price them prohibitively, like the Heritage Foundation does. Upon evidence of such lack of common sense, I do not trust them much in other respects, either. Their biggest sponsors want only “moderate” reforms – and will not be sufficiently educated by them. – J.Z.
SHENOY, SUDHA, 2pp review of Bauer, Dissent on Development, in PP 995.
SHENOY, SUDHA, editor, Wage – Price Control, Myth & Reality, 1978, 275pp, CIS. Contributors include: Samuel Brittan, Michael R. Darby, Lee Eckermann, Malcolm Fisher, Milton Friedman, C. Jackson Grayson, Peter Lilley, Horst Mendershausen, Michael Parkin, Peter Samuel, Robert Schuettinger, C.G.F. Simkin. 29x, in PP 396-397.
SHENOY, SUDHA, From Walras to Menger: General Equilibrium and its Micro Foundations, – An ‘Austrian’ Commentary, 1980, 21pp, 29x, in PP 384.
SHENOY, SUDHA, Monetary Policy and Economic Fluctuations: Cause & Consequence, 7pp, 1977, 36x, in PP 571.
SHEPARD, ARTHUR C., The Right to Own Property, 1951, 1952, 1954, FEE, 11pp, in PP 961. (From a decision by this judge.)
SHEPARD, OLIVIA F., Libertinism, ca. 3pp: 78, in PP 1481.
SHEPHERD, NICOLE, A Perspective on the LETSystem, 1p, June 95, in PP 479.
SHEREIKIS, RICHARD, Readus Joins other Radio Radicals in Network of Anti-Mainstream Stations, ILLINOIS TIMES, January 25-31, 1990, 1p, also: United States vs. WTRA, on Dewayne Readus’ tiny radio station, 6pp, in ILLINOIS TIMES, January 11-17, 1990, in PP 1,019.
SHERGOLD, J., Traditional Georgism and Monopoly, 1977, 2pp: 37. A Companion piece to George Hardy’s article, in PP 1513.
SHERIDAN, GREG, The Drug Called Freedom, 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.
SHERMAN, ALFRED, Council Housing’s Crumbling Foundations, 15pp, 85, in PP 1450.
SHERMAN, ALFRED, Restoring Local Government, 13pp, 25, in PP 1450.
SHERMAN, ALFRED, The End of Local Government? 20pp, 63, in PP 1450.
SHERMAN, ALFRED, The Newest Profession, Quango Mews, a pamphlet by AIMS, 24pp, 24x, in PP 107-108.
SHERMAN, ROGER, 1721-1793, A Caveat Against Injustice or: An Inquiry into the Evils of a Fluctuating Medium of Exchange, 35pp, 29x, in PP 732.
SHERRARD, TOM, Letters to GRECO, THOMAS H., Jr., & BORSODI, BILL, of 2/10/89, 2/23/89?, 3/31/89, April 1, 89, 5pp: 109, in PP 1465.
SHERRILL, ROBERT, Review of FITZGERALD, A. ERNEST, The High Priests of Waste, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 26.
SHIANG, DAVE, A Left-Wing Perspective, 2pp, in PP 1158.
SHIEL, GLEN, Dr., Identity Cards & Public Opinion, 2pp from THE OPTIMIST, Sept./Oct. 86, 29x, in PP 725.
SHIELDS, CHARLES H., Single Tax Exposed, 5pp, in PP 1265.
SHIMONY, ABNER, Is Observation Theory-Laden? A Problem in Naturalistic Epistemology, in Logic, Laws, and Life: Some Philosophical Complications, ed. by Robert G. Colodny, Pittsburg, University of Pittsburg Press, 1977, 188-208, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p269, headed: Do Concepts Mould Percepts?
SHIPLEY, MAYNARD, Battling “Bob” Shuler, Super-Bunk-Shooter, 7pp, in LBB 1407, in PP 1206.
SHIPLEY, MAYNARD, Evolution Versus Dogma, 1925, 63pp, LBB No. 191, in PP 1208.
SHIPPING, PP 237/38, 242, 602, see protectionism.
SHIPPING, See: ONSLOW, RICHARD, By Ships We Live, 11pp, 52, in PP 1450.
SHIRK, SUSAN L., Human Rights: What About China? FOREIGN POLICY, USA, 29(1978): 109-127, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p47. Headed: Thesis and Antithesis.
SHIRLEY, CECIL, Fetters on Freedom, The Story of Prohibition in America, 1920, 53pp, 29x, in PP 415.
SHKLAR, JUDITH N., Jean d’Alembert and the Rehabilitation of History, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 42, Oct/Dec. 81, 643-664, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1656, headed: History: The Master “Science” of Human Knowledge.
SHOFSTALL, W.P., The Ten Fatal Delusions of Youth, Arizona State University, Tempe, n.d., 7pp, in PP 1,017.
SHOP CURRENCIES, PP 586/87.
SHOPPING HOURS, PP 199. At least in this respect some breakthroughs have been achieved in recent years in Australia and Canada. I was glad to find some photocopy shops in the US open for 24 hours, with special copy prices for unpopular periods. – J.Z.
SHOPPING HOURS: CAMPBELL, ROB, An Open and Shut Case, 1p, on shopping hours, in PP 1336 – 39: 382.
SHORTAGES, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Shortages, Canadian and Soviet Style, 1p: 79, in PP 1515.
SHORTT, ADAM, Single Tax in Canada, 4pp, critical, in PP 1265.
SHORTT, BRUCE NEVIN, Are Mergers Victimless Crimes? Is Big Bad? 1p, in PP 279: 121.
SHORTT, BRUCE NEVIN, Are Mergers Victimless Crimes? Is Big Bad? 1p, in PP 279.
SHOW ME FREEDOM, II/2, Spring 1987, edited by Terry Inman, 8pp, in PP 1117.
SHREEFTER, KAREN, Deli Dollars: Money & Community, 1p, 80, in PP 1451. In China, ca. 700 years ago, tea houses, restaurants, barber shops and brothels issued their own notes. “Street money” was quite common and all were outlawed by the central government, in favour of its inflated, legal tender and monopoly paper money, which cannot stand free competition. – J.Z., 3.12.1997. – Free banking discussion.
SHRIBMAN, DAVID, Academic Climber, WSJ, Dec. 12, 1985, 2pp, on George Mason University, in PP 1,017.
SHS, Anmerkungen, 13.12.84 zu einem Rundbrief von Gesima Vogel, Arrow Verlag, vom 8.12.84, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.
SHTROMAS, ALEXANDER, 1.) To Fight Communism: Why and How? 1983, 5pp, 2.) Victory, (Anti-Soviet Society), 2pp, 29x, in PP 698.
SHU, SHEN, China Is No Riddle, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 244.
SHULIM JOSEPH I, The Continuing Controversy over the Etiology and Nature of the French Revolution, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF HISTORY 16, Dec. 81, 357-378, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1882, headed: Marxist Historiography & the French Revolution.
SHULL, THOMAS A., Ohio Should Heed Public Policy Advice, 1990, 3pp, on the book of the Heartland Institute: Coming Out of the Ice. Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
SHULMAN, JOYCE & LEE, Review of BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, How to raise your self-esteem, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 173. – I know of another way: Spend ca. $ 5,000, and some labour of love, to put ca. 200 unpublished or o.o.p. libertarian titles permanently in print, upon demand, on microfiche. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
SHULTZ, RICHARD, Breaking the Will of the Enemy during the Vietnam War: The Operationalization of the Cost-Benefit Model of Counterinsurgency Warfare, JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH 15, 1978, 109-129, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p803, headed: Vietnam: Cost-Benefit Warfare.
SHUMER, S.M., Machiavelli: Republican Politics and its Corruption, POLITICAL THEORY 7, Feb. 79, 5-34, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p807, headed: Machiavelli, Corruption, and America.
SHUTE, NEVIL, In the Wet, 9pp extract, where he discusses democracy and an alternative voting system, where multiple votes have to be earned. With a 1p comment by J.Z., 5.5.96, in PP 1323: 63. But he does not grant the decisive vote, the individual secessionist one, either. – J.Z., 9/97.
SICURELLO, ROBERT, Defending the Volunteer Army, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 321.
SIDDONS, JOHN R., Industrial Democracy – An Impossible Dream or a Practical Reality? 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
SIEGAN, BERHNARD H., Economic Liberties and the Constitution, here only in a 2pp review, by ?, in PP 1153.
SIEGAN, BERNARD H., Other People’s Property, Lexington, Massachusetts, D.C. Heath and Co., 1976, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p310, headed: Land Use and Control.
SIEGAN, BERNARD H., Urban Sprawl, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 208.
SIEGAN, BERNARD, Futurism: Utopia of Doomsday? 1p, in PP 1378/81: 388.
SIEGAN, BERNARD, Interview by INK, 1p: 107, in PP 1500.
SIEGAN, BERNARD, Land Use Without Zoning, review by DAVIS KELLER, 1p: 31, in PP 1468.
SIEGEL, BARRY, Austria Comes to Oregon, 4pp, in PP 1268. On Mises.
SIEGEL, STEPHEN A., The Aristotelian Basis of English Law, 1450-1800, N.Y.U. LAW REVIEW 56, April 81, 18-59, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1643, headed: The Transformation of English Common Law.
SIEGENTHALER, ANDRE, Dem Rufmord Paroli bieten – ein libertaeres Anliegen, 3 S.: 54, in PP 1456.
SIEGENTHALER, ANDRE, SchuldnerInnen und Besitzlose aller Orte – Vereinigt Euch! 2 S.: 76, in PP 1456. – Eine Vereinigung aller Glaeubiger, einschliesslich aller Lohn-, Gehalts- und Pensions-Empfaenger, fehlt viel mehr! – J.Z.
SIELAFF, MARCIA, Choice: Only thing we haven’t tried, 1p, 89, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
SIEPER, E., Rationalising Rustic Regulation, CIS, 1982, indexed, 87pp, 36x, in PP 719.
SIEPMAN, UDO & DREYHAUPT, KLAUS F., Privater Wettbewerb im Geldwesen, Ueberlegungen zu einem Vorschlag von F.A. Hayek, ORDO, 29, 1978, 16pp, in PP 795.
SIEVERS, LEO, Wo die Freiheit Wohnt, Beispiel Christiana, aus dem STERN. Datum? 9 S., in PP 1326: 103.
SIGG, OSWALD, Switzerland’s Political Institutions, 1983, 1987, 61pp, in PP 1367/68: 148.
SIGMUND, PAUL E., Natural Law in Political Thought, reviewed by GEORGE H. SMITH, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 27.
SIGNS OF THE TIMES, POSITIVE, reasons for optimism, PP 385, SIKORA, STEVE & ZUBE, JOHN, a letter exchange, 1984, on the LETTER EXCHANGE, 13pp, in PP 1,034.
SIL & YAF, Clippings of 1969/70 on SIL & YAF, 5 sheets: 105, in PP 1491.
SIL BOOK REVIEW, Silver Spring, No Vol., No. or Date! June is mentioned on the last page: 8. Another undated issue. Both, presumably, of ca. 1970, 16pp: 95-110, in PP 1468.
SIL DIRECTORY, 4pp: 163, in PP 1457/62.
SIL ISSUE PAPERS, 1p leaflet, 42x, in PP 637.
SIL NEWS, Philadelphia, I/1, Jan. 1971; I/6, Summer 70; I/7, Sep. 1970; 10pp: 85- 94, in PP 1468.
SIL NEWS, Society for Individual Liberty, Philadelphia, incomplete: I/3=3/70; I/10=12/70; II/1=1/71 – II/7=Aug. 71; II/9=10/71 – II/11=12/71, 70pp, in PP 1287/89p491. SIL SERVICES BULLETIN, Introductory Issue; Special Edition: The Right Wing Individualist Tradition in America; Winter 70, Sept. 71, 19pp, in PP 1283-1286. Samples, from p. 432. They brought mainly short reviews of libertarian books. – All libertarian book reviews should be compiled, at least on microfiche. – J.Z.
SIL SERVICES BULLETIN, June-July 1971. It shortly describes: EDWIN G. DOLAN, Tanstaafl; SILBERMAN, CHARLES E., Crisis in the Classroom; HOROWITZ, DAVID, The Free World Colossus; BLACK, ANGUS, A New Radical’s Guide to Economic Reality; BUTCHER, S.H., Aristotle on Art; WULF, MAURICE DE, The System of Thomas Aquinas; COFFEY, PETER, Epistemology; ENTREVES, A.P. D’, Natural Law; WOLFF, ROBERT PAUL, In Defence of Anarchism; RAND, AYN, The Romantic Manifesto; MENCKEN, H.L., A Mencken Chrestomathy; LEVIN, IRA, This Perfect Day; ESTRADA, JACQUELYN, editor, The University Under Siege; BRANDEN, NATHANIEL, The Psychology of Self-Esteem; ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Power and Market; WICKSTEED, PHILIP, Common Sense of Political Economy; MISES, LUDWIG VON, Bureaucracy; & Theory of Money and Credit; SPENCER, HERBERT, Social Statics; TANNEHILL, MORRIS & LINDA, The Market for Liberty; DOMHOFF, G.WILLIAM, The Higher Circles; BERNSTEIN, BARTON, editor, Towards a New Past; TUCCILLE, JEROME, Radical Libertarianism; HESS, KARL & REEVES, THOMAS, The End of the Draft; BECKER, CARL, The Declaration of Independence, SOLARA, FERDINAND V., 58 Key Influences in the American Right. 6pp, partly cut off: 111, in PP 1468.
SIL WHITE PAPERS, Nos. 1-7, 140pp, in PP 975.
SIL, 2 leaflets: The Libertarian Solution to 45 Crucial Social Issues & Principles of Liberty, a home study course, 2pp, in PP 1323: 76. Now merged into ISIL.
SIL, Declaration of Philadelphia, 1969, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 120.
SIL, Leaflets, 6, not previously microfiched in the collection of its leaflets, 39pp, in PP 1445: 1.
SIL, Libertarian Bulletin, 1970, 2pp: 221, in PP 1457/62.
SIL, Principles of Liberty, reviewed by UPDATE, 1 1/2p, in PP 277.
SIL, SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, Are You A Libertarian? Ten Questions from SIL, 1p, in PP 1273.
SILBERMAN, CHARLES, Crisis in the Classroom, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1/2 p: 99, in PP 1468.
SILBERMAN, LAURANCE H., Will Lawyering Strangle Capitalism? 1978, 9pp, in PP 933.
SILENT REVOLT, Hillsboro, Oregon, Silent Revolt! Re-elect Nobody! 12pp pamphlet, n.d., in PP 1124.
SILVER & GOLD, Concurrent Circulation, PP 237/38. (With legal tender this would be Bimetallism, with all its inevitable problems. Without it we would have the market solution of parallel and optional currencies. – J.Z.)
SILVER AGITATION, THE FOLLY OF, PP 1111. See also: SOUND CURRENCY.
SILVER I.O.U. SYSTEM, PP 617.
SILVER PRICES & COINAGE, PP 1111.
SILVER STANDARDS, PP 373 – 375, 1028/29.
SILVER, ISIDORE, Self-Image of a ‘Natural Aristocracy’: What Flows from Neo-Conservatism, THE NATION 225, 1977, 44-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p54. Headed: Order and Elites.
SILVER, STEVE, A Cleaner Environment sans the Coercion, 1p, in PP 1270.
SILVERMAN, SHEILA, Reapportionment, 6pp, in PP 1376: 92.
SIMCOX, EDITH, Natural Law. An Essay in Ethics, 1877, 361pp. Here only reviewed, in 6pp, by J.N.L., in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, 29x, in PP 373-375.
SIME, IAN, Review of: SOCIAL ANARCHISM, No. 20, 1p, in PP 471/472p325.
SIMICH, J.L. & TILMAN, RICK, Radicalism vs. Liberalism: C. Wright Mills’ Critique of John Dewey’s Ideas, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 37, Oct. 78, 413-430, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p485, headed: Social Engineering for Progress.
SIMIS, KONSTANTIN M., U.S.S.R.: The Corrupt Society (The Secret Capitalists), review by JIM DOWNARD, 1pp: 23, in PP 1479. – As usual, already in the title, “society” gets the blame for consequences of the State’s interventionism. Jim points out that in the Russian black market violators get rapidly and almost completely excluded from doing business. – J.Z.
SIMIS, KONSTANTIN M., USSR: The Corrupt Society, Simon &Schuster, N.Y., 1982, 316pp, 2pp review only, by BETTINA BIENGREAVES: 412, in PP 1529-33. – It was a corrupt STATE. Free societies can still not freely develop in the areas of the former Soviet Empire. – J.Z., 14.11.98.
SIMKIN, C.G.F., Prof., Foreword to WAGE – PRICE CONTROL, by CIS, ed. by S. Shenoy, 1977, 5pp, 29x, in PP 396.
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, War & Peace, a reference bibliography, 29x, in PP 611.
SIMON, HELENE, Robert Owen. Sein Leben und seine Bedeutung fuer die Gegenwart, 1905, 1925, 338 S., in PP 1403: 1. – An intelligent reader should be able to ignore the socialist bias of the author. Among other things, R.O. experimented with new management, new education, productive cooperative and monetary freedom ideas. As a pioneer in these fields he did get many things wrong but, basically, he was a voluntarist and experimentalist and the patient pursuit of voluntaristic experiments, based on full individual sovereignty, which requires exterritorial autonomy, would gradually have supplied all the correct answers required. Owen can hardly be blamed for what some of the totalitarian socialists made of his teachings. Robert Owen would never have “liquidated” an opponent, except by better arguments & practices. – PIOT, J.Z., 28.2.97.
SIMON, WILLIAM E., A Time for Truth, review only: PP 631. – If I were publisher or author of a modern freedom title, then I would want a portable and very cheap issue of it too, one on microfiche, issued at the same time, so that it would have a chance to become part of a PORTABLE library on liberty and, potentially, to reach a much larger audience. – J.Z.
SIMON, WILLIAM E., Government Regulation: Only the Big Survive, 1980, 4pp, in PP 935.
SIMONS, HENRY C., A Positive Program for Laissez Faire, Some Proposals for a Liberal Economic Policy, Public Policy Pamphlet No. 15, The University of Chicago Press, 1934, 1947, 37pp, in PP 1,019. (They are reproduced here largely only because of their misleading title. Permeated by modern liberal and statist meddling ideas rather than genuine L.F. ideas. I don’t think you will want to buy the printed book after glancing through this hash on fiche. J.Z.)
SIMONS, HENRY EDWARDS, On Doing “One’s Own Thing”, 2pp: 102, in PP 1529-33.
SIMONS, MARLISE, Soviet Troops Guinea Pigs in A-Bomb Blasts, 1993, 1p clipping, in PP 1142. Australian rulers similarly experimented with their troops – merely lesser numbers of them. And Aborigines were not kept out of the test areas, either. And according to our press, radiation experiments were undertaken without knowledge and consent of the victims, in the U.S., in about a thousand cases. The government is your enemy, not your friend and protector. Maybe that is why only ca. 33% of the Russian voters bothered to vote, recently, – J.Z.
SIMPSON, HAROLD N., Biochemist, Unhealthy Food = Unhealthy People, 1994, 58pp, a book recommended and supplied for filming by ROBERT SAGEHORN, in PP 1267.
SIMPSON, J., Planning versus the Economic Laws, a Georgist pamphlet, 1943, 15pp, in PP 756.
SINAYAVSKY, ANDREI, Soviet Civilization: A Cultural History, 1990, 291pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SINCLAIR SECURITIES COMPANY, newsletter, No. 175, Oct. 2, 1980, 16pp, 48x, in PP 739.
SINCLAIR, STANLEY, Reform for our Time, Centre for Land Economics, N.Y.C., 1972, 73pp, in PP 1205.
SINCLAIR, UPTON, A Giant’s Strength. A Three-Act Drama of the Atomic Bomb, 1948, 52pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-666, in PP 1219. – After 52 years of trying to learn English, I still think it should be rather “on” or “about” the Atomic Bomb. – J.Z.
SINCLAIR, UPTON, Boston, A Novel. The inside story of the life and death of Sacco and Vanzetti, and a picture of the civilization which put them to death. ONLY VOL. I, 1928, 195pp. Vol. II not on hand. One biography, which I saw in Michael Green’s library in L.A., listed hundreds of references on the S & V case. – J.Z.
SINCLAIR, UPTON, No Parasan. (They Shall Not Pass.) A Story of the Battle of Madrid, n.d., 94pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-544, in PP 1219.
SINCLAIR, UPTON, The Goose Step. A Study of American Education, vol. 1 (it ends very abruptly with p. 118), 1922, 1923, in PP 1367/68: 160.
SINCLAIR, UPTON, The Profits of Religion. A Study of Supernaturalism as a Source of Income and a Shield to Privilege, 1917, 1947, 141pp, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-564, in PP 1219.
SINGER, IGNATIUS & BERENS, LEWIS H., Dictator Democrat, abridged and adapted from “The Story of my Dictatorship” , published by the Henry George Foundation, Melbourne, 1934, 1945, 80pp, 29x, in PP 411 & 422.
SINGER, MARCUS G., Discussion Review: Justice, Theory, and a Theory of Justice, PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 44, 1977, 594-618, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p215. Headed: Rawls’ Methodology.
SINGER, MAX, Passage to a Human World, 1p review by Sheldon L. Richman , 24x, in PP 914.
SINGER, RAY CHARLES, The Professional Lovers, Part 2, “It’s Awful Kind of Scary”, 20 Qs, 6pp, in PP 1249.
SINGER, RAY CHARLES, The Retreaters, 1971, against, 2pp, in PP 1296.
SINGLE PARENTS, PP 1147.
SINGLE TAX, See: BULLOCK, EDNA D., Selected Articles on the Single Tax, 280pp, in PP 1265.
SINGLE TAX, See: JORGENSEN, EMIL O., Did Henry George Confuse the Single Tax? A Re-examination of the Fundamental Principles upon which Henry George’s PROGRESS AND POVERTY Is Based, 1936, 98pp, indexed, in PP 1267.
SINGLETON, JOHN & ROBERT HOWARD, Rip Van Australia, here only in a 3pp review, by Michael Baume, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p.203. One of the A – Z freedom books that I would like to see integrated with all other such titles, into the beginnings of a libertarian encyclopaedia. – J.Z.
SIREN, Chicago, a libertarian newsletter of anarcho-feminism, No. 2, n.d., 7pp; No. 5, n.d., 10pp; No. 6, n.d., 16pp; No. 7, n.d., 15pp: Total of 48pp: 323-370, in PP1466/67. – I do not feel tempted to list any of its contents. – J.Z.
SISKIND’S RAIDERS, 1p, 1973, in PP 274.
SITE RENT SOCIALIZATION, PP 429ff:S2270, see George, Henry, Single Tax.
SITTING BULL IN CANADA, 9pp, no author mentioned, n.d., in PP 1151.
SITUATIONISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Pamphlets 9), 1071.
SIXSMITH, JIM, Of a Crippling Dragon and Turning Worms, with some letters, 8pp, 29x, in PP 723.
SKALL, JULIUS, Anarchie, Gedicht, 1910, 1 S., 29x, in PP 349.
SKALL, JULIUS, Das Verhaeltnis der Kunst zum Anarchismus, 1910, 8 S., 29x in PP 349. (Je weniger “gekuenstelt” u. je mehr ernstlich diskutiert wird, um so mehr kann erreicht werden. – J.Z.)
SKALL, JULIUS, Philosophische Grundprinzipien des Anarchismus, 1907/8, 4 S., 29x, in PP 349.
SKEHAN, JEFF, In Support of Productive People, 3pp, 29x, in PP 727.
SKELTON, RUSSELL, Professor with Blood on his Hands, 1p, SMH, March 2, 96. Health minister spreads HIV virus to almost half of Japan’s hemophiliacts. Already 400 dead, in PP 1378/81: 500.
SKILLMAN, PENNY, Review, 1p, of A Vindication of the Rights of Whores, ed. by Gail Pheterson, 1989, 293pp, in PP 1171.
SKIN CANCER: DAYTON, LEIGH, Ray of Hope for Skin Cancer Cure, 96, 1p, in PP 1418: 125. On a genetically engineered vaccine against melanoma. – I have my doubts about genetic decision-making being exclusively in the hands of governments, large corporations or scientists. All their offers should amount to no more than more free choices for self-responsible individuals. – J.Z., 3.10.97.
SKINNER & BEHAVIORISM, reviewed by Szasz, PP 1052-61 (LA Psychological Notes 5).
SKINNER, QUENTIN, The Origins of the Calvinist Theory of Revolution, in: After the Reformation: Essays in Honor of J.H. Hexter, Philadelphia, U. of Pennsylvania P., 1980, 307-330, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1654, headed: Scholastic Origins of Popular Resistance Theory.
SKIRDA, A., Hace 50 anos murio NESTOR MAJNO, 2pp: 77, in PP 1494.
SKIRMISH POLITICS, PP 516.
SKJELSBAEK, KJELL, Militarism, its Dimensions and Corollaries: An Attempt at Conceptual Clarification, JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH 16, No. 3, 1979, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1110, headed: An Anatomy of Militarism.
SKORING, E., Stromsparen, ohne Komfortverzicht? Es Ist Moeglich, 4 S., n.d.: 80, in PP 1493.
SKOUSEN, JOEL M., Essential Principles for the Conservation of Liberty, Madison, Ohio, 1984, 76pp, with a 2pp letter by the author to Jack Sanders, x-mas 1984. In PP 1,020. – I hold this to be a very thoughtful, important and innovative book, deserving closer study. It contains an interesting human rights draft, not yet included in my anthology, and individual secessionist ideas, on pp 49ff. He calls them “covenant societies”. I object mainly only to his remaining theological premises and limited government notions, based on a belief in “national issues”. He favours a limited form of monetary freedom. All in all a very positive contribution and I am proud that I can include 2 such in one microfiche. The other is Facets of Liberty, ed. by L.K. Samuels. – J.Z.
SKOUSEN, MARK, Economics on Trial, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SKOUSEN, MARK, Friedman vs. The Austrians, Part II: Was There an Inflationary Boom in the 1920’s? 2pp from THE FREEMAN, April 1995, in PP 1519.
SKOUSEN, MARK, Government Looting, 1p, adaption by J.S., in PP 1318/1319: 156.
SKOUSEN, MARK, Interview by AMERICAN LIBERTARIAN, 89, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 274.
SKOUSEN, MARK, Persuasion vs. Force, 3pp, in PP 1150. – 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 245.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, A Possible Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease, 1p: 204, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, A Possible Cure for Osteoarthritis? 3pp: 517, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, A Possible Cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis, 1p:321, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, A Proposed Vitrification Technique, 1p: 134, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Are the Permafrost Patients Dead? A Reply, 3pp: 226, 233, 234, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Autolysis. (Process of self-destruction, due to cellular enzymes being activated after severe anoxia, which then “digests” cellular structure.), describing a major Cryonics problem, 3pp: 36, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Biostasis Technologies? 2pp, with editorial: 13, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Chromium, 1p: 294, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, CoEnzyme Q10 Cures Breast Cancer, 1p: 452, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Dental Health, 2pp: 274, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Dental Products, 2pp: 314, 1p: 328, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Desiccation as Cryonics Insurance, 2pp: 187, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Does Beta Carotene Increase Lung Cancer Risk? 1p: 357, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Emortalism, 1p: 246, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Extraterrestrial Intelligence, 3pp: 194, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Ginkgo Biloba vs. Alzheimer’s Disease, 1p: 471, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Ginkgo Biloba, 1p: 359, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, High speed desiccation, 1p: 40, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, High Temperature Cryonics, 2pp: 188, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, How long? (can human remains be preserved in a condition that does not preclude their future resuscitation?) 2pp: 16, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, How to Failure Proof Cryonics, 1p: 124, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, IQ Type Mutagens May Be the Major Dietary Carcinogens, 1p: 406, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Looking Good, 2pp: 144, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Magnetic Therapy for Senile Dementia, 2pp: 325, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Me, or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 1p: 133, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Melatonin, 1p: 236, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Mental Health Roundup, 9pp: 488, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Mood & Micronutrients, 2pp: 224, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, More Dental Pharmacology, 1p: 402, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Notes on Caffeine, Chelation and Melatonin, 3pp:343, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Organ Transplantation, 1p: 55, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Pharmaceutical Notes, 3pp: 428, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Recent Research on Diabetes, 1p: 97, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Seeking the Fountain of Youth, 2pp: 42, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Some Meditations on Lyophilisation, 1p: 4, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Suggestions for Russian Permafrost Burial Project, 2pp:403, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Taurine, 1p: 152, in PP 1292.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, The Cause of Aging, 3pp: 86, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, The Miraculous Origin of Terrestrial Life, 1p: 300, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, The Vitamin E. Story, 2pp: 131, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Time Machine Construction (caskets), 2pp: 155, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Vascular Dementia & Potassium, 1p: 301, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Vitamin E Prevents Brain Damage, 1p: 152, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Vitamin E Prevents Coronary Disease, 1p: 276, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Vitrification, 1p: 360, in PP 1292. – 130, in PP 1293/95.
SKRECKY, DOUGLAS, Why Do we Age? 1p: 85, in PP 1293/95.
SLAM, Student Libertarian Action Movement, To Stop Repression, Stop Government, in PP 1373/75: 376.
SLATER, B.H., A Grammatical Point about Obligation, PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY, Scotland, 28, July 78, 229-233, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p373, headed: Is/Ought and Probably Reasons.
SLAUGHTER, THOMAS P., Abdicate and Contract in the Glorious Revolution, THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL, UK, 24, 2, 1981, 323-337, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1655, headed: The Glorious Revolution & Contract.
SLAVE STATE, PP 643, see COMMUNISM, SOCIALISM, TOTALITARIANISM, WELFARE STATE, WARFARE STATE, TAXATION.
SLAVERY & IMPERIALISM, PP 199.
SLAVERY, AFRICAN SLAVERY IN AMERICA, PP 1149 (SPOONER & PHILLIPS), 1158 (PAINE).
SLAVERY, PP 984.
SLAVERY, see GRIMKE, ARCHIBALD H., William Lloyd Garrison, The Abolitionist, 1891, indexed, 405pp, in PP 1071. – All or almost all of the U.S. anti-slavery literature has been microfilmed in at least one special collection, by one of the other microfilm publishers. – J.Z.
SLAVERY, THE COMING, PP 204.
SLAVERY, TWO WAYS TO, PP 1160.
SLAVERY: LEES, CAROLINE, Children sell for $ 47 as African trade in young slaves thrives, 1p, THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, London, SMH, 22.9.97, in PP 1443/44.
SLAVERY: READ, LEONARD E., Why Is Slavery Possible, 2pp, in PP 1418: 26.
SLAVERY: ROGERS, JAMES M., Two Ways to Slavery, 13pp, in PP 1418: 8.
SLAVERY: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Slavery, America’s fatal compromise, 4pp, in PP 1377: 9.
SLEE, SHUBHA, The Schoolgirl who Rebelled against the System, 1977, 2pp, 36x, in PP 714.
SLEMON, CLARKE, Dr., Leader Ontario LP, Dear Ontario Doctor, April 2, 90, 2pp, in PP 1271.
SLESSER, MALCOLM, Prof., Slesser Replies: Unitax, 1p leaflet, HYDATUM, 21 July 88, in PP 821.
SLIENGER, CARL, compiler, A Checklist of Freedom Press Publications, 1886-1927, 1981, 29x, in PP 612. All are supposedly available on microfilm. I do not know at what prices. – J.Z.
SLIGH, CHARLES R., Is Freedom Worth the Effort? A Pine Tree Publication, 1967, 22pp, in PP 1,015.
SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY, On Panarchy etc. compilation, of Jan. 1999, 35pp in PP 1540: 21 – 55.
SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY, PP 29, Preliminary Notes, PP 75. Odd entries in pp 22, 407, 415, 650, 689, 755, 832. – Dispersed entries towards an upcoming encyclopaedia on microfiche: Americanism, in PP 415. Big Business, 8pp, 36x, in PP 370. Bureaucracy, 12pp, 184 points, 24x, in PP 332. Charity, in PP 534, Christianity, in PP 534, Churches, in PP 534, Collective Responsibility, 1p, 29x, in PP 425. Communism, in PP 425. Competing Governments, in PP 415. Compulsory taxation, 8pp, 94 points, 29x, in PP 384, 68pp, 24x, in PP 376. Cooperation, 12pp, 29x, in PP 417. Decision-making Power, regarding war and peace, armament and disarmament, international treaties etc., 4pp, in PP 423. 5pp, 42x, in PP 650. DEMOCRACY, pp 477, sheets 34-37 in PP ???. Duty, in PP 589-590. Education, 36x, in PP 714. Exterritorial Organization, in PP 415. Freedom of Choice, 3pp, 24x, in PP 376. Freedom of Press, 4pp, in PP 988. God, in PP 534. Greed, in PP 598. Human Rights, in PP 589-590. Individual Secession and Individual Sovereignty, 35pp, 29x, in PP 392. Individual Sovereignty, in PP 415. Justice, in PP 589-590. 1p, 29x, in PP 426. Laissez Faire, 113 entries on 25pp, 24x, in PP 311, Nos. 114-133, 4pp, a continuation of such slogans in PP 311, 24x, in PP 302. Land monopoly, 2pp, 24x, in PP 336. Libertarianism, Libertarian Parties, Libertarians, 29x, in PP 598. Marxist Glossary, in PP 415. Monetary Despotism, 4 pp, 29x, in PP 544, 586,587. Monetary Freedom, in PP 586-587. Money, in PP 586-587. Natural Law, in PP 589-590. Nuclear Threat, in PP 415. Panarchism and related subjects compiled by John Zube, 5pp, 29x, in PP 423, 407 entries on 41pp, 29x, in PP 689 & 4pp, 29x, in PP 755, more in PP 832/33, 12 pp, July 89, 29x, in PP 870, pages 20,29,70,91,109 of ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 29x, in PP 901, 148pp, in PP 1,051. (For many more see the ON PANARCHY series.) Personal Law, in PP 415. Pluralism, in PP 415. Political Leadership, 11pp, in PP 423. Politicians, in PP 415. Poverty, 4pp, 29x, in PP 385. Property, 189 quotes in 15pp, 24x, in PP 301. 6pp, 29x, in PP 425. Protectionism, 29x, in PP 612. Religion, 16pp, 29x, in PP 534. Responsibility, in PP 589-590. Right, in PP 589-590. Rule, Rulers and Rulership, 4pp, in PP 423. Self-Responsibility, 48x, in PP 589/590. Smoking, in PP 415. Success, in PP 425, 2pp, 29x, in PP 426. Statelessness, in PP 392. Taxation, ???pp in PP???, Territoriality, Territorialism, Territorial Organization, “Territorial Integrity”, in PP 415. Tolerance in the Sphere of Actions, in PP 415. Unemployment, 29x, in PP 586/587. Voluntarism, 29x, in PP 415. Voting, 29x, in PP 755, 30pp, in PP 789.
SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY, Vol. I, Abandon – Axioms. Includes Aphorisms, Proverbs, Quotes, Definitions, Explanations, Corrections and Comments, compiled and commented upon by John Zube, especially from 1973-93, 210pp, in PP 1,050. Volumes II – IV, July 94, 630 pp, Bachelors – Democracy, in PP 1179 – 1181. – (The other volumes will be published by and by, when I get around to keyboard or scan them in. Help is welcomed.)
SLOM, SAMUEL M., The Social Security Hoax, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 186.
SLOMON, RICHARD R., Revolution! 4pp: 147, in PP 1478.
SLOMON, RICHARD R., The Lesson of Jonestown, 8pp: 105, in PP 1506/07.
SLUMS, See: CAMPBELL, JOHN W., Rat Race, ANALOG, May 70 editorial, 7pp, on slums, housing and people, in PP 274: 125.
SMALL MAGS ARCHIVE, THE, BELGIUM, see MAGAZINE BULLETIN, in PP 961.
SMART SET, THE, Libertarian L.A. & N.Y. Metro Calendar, No. 18, March 83, 4pp, in PP 1350: 119.
SMART, ROSE, A Withholding Action – Low Income Plus Homesteading Equals High Standard of Living, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 1.
SMART, TIM, These Radicals Have the Right Wing Cheering, 2pp, 92, on The Institute for Justice Is On a Crusade for Property Rights, in PP 1116.
SMART, WILLIAM, An Introduction to the Theory of Value, on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Boehm-Bawerk, 1891, 1910, 1914, 1920, 1923, 1926, 1966, 114pp, indexed, in PP 1243/44.
SMART, WILLIAM, The Return to Protection, 1904, Free Trade Series, 284pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 613.
SMEDLEY, IAIN, Sonic the Hedgehog as Individualist Hero, A Libertarian-Conservative Defence of Video Games, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.
SMEDLEY, OLIVER, The Abominable N O – Men, 1952, 71pp, 29x, in PP 627.
SMILES, SAMUEL, Self-Help, with Illustrations of Conduct and Perseverance, 1859, from the 58th reprint, 1910, indexed, 488pp, 29x, PP 195.
SMILEY, GENE, La Funcion Social de la Propriedad Privada, 1990, 3pp, clipping, in PP 1156.
SMITH KLINE FORUM FOR A HEALTHIER AMERICAN SOCIETY, Issues for Action, 98pp, 24x, PP 224.
SMITH, ADAM, 1.) Lesestueck, 1776, in Freihandel und Schutzzoll, von Diehl/Mombert, 1914, 29x, in PP 620, 2.) Modern Political Economy, 19pp, 29x, in PP 602, 3.) ueber die Steuerfundation, 4.) Auszuege from The Wealth of Nations, in German only, 1p, 29x, in PP 735.
SMITH, ADAM, HAAKONSSEN, KNUD, Traditions of Liberalism, Essays on John Locke, Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill, ed. by Knud Haakonssen, CIS Readings 8, 1988, indexed, 221pp, see in PP 1146.
SMITH, ADAM, on Tax Foundation PP 735 (in German).
SMITH, ADAM, PP 569, 602, 620, 735, 935, 1012, 1102, 1146. – Altogether there are probably hundreds of references to him in this series. His whole library has also been microfilmed by someone. I would like to see a special edition of his works, on microfiche, which would include all the valid additions, comments and criticism to his writings that have so far appeared. Microfiche would have space for them. – J.Z.
SMITH, ADAM, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Publication of The Wealth of Nations, 11pp: 238, in PP 1529-33.
SMITH, ADAM, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Why Read Adam Smith Today? 1953, 3p: 60, in PP 1480.
SMITH, BARDFORD B., Monopoly and Competition, 13pp, in PP 1418: 42.
SMITH, BRADFORD B., Liberty and Taxes, FEE, 19pp, undated, in PP 975.
SMITH, BRADLEY A., Essential Insurance is Essentially Flawed, 1986, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
SMITH, BRADLEY A., Hidden Insurance Taxes Make Poor Public Policy, 1987, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
SMITH, BRADLEY A., Insurance Regulators Face Policy Options, 1986, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
SMITH, BRADLEY, A., The Michigan Accident Fund: A Need for Privatization, 1987, Report of Sep. 23, Heartland Institute /Michigan Research Institute, in PP 1104.
SMITH, CATHY L.Z., Liberty – Fort Collins Style, 2pp: 18, in PP 1465.
SMITH, GEORGE H, Party Dialogue, THE VOLUNTARYIST SERIES, No. I, 20pp, in PP 852.
SMITH, GEORGE H., An Introduction to the Literature of Natural Law and Natural Rights, 3pp: 19, in PP 1463/64.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Atheism: The Case Against God, review by PAUL BLANCHARD, 1p: 73, in PP 1468.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Christianity and Liberty, 2pp, RELIGIOUS NOTES No. 8: 111, in PP 1516.
SMITH, GEORGE H., In Search of the Radical John Locke, Review of: ASHCRAFT, RICHARD, Revolutionary Politics and Locke’s Two Treatises of Government: Princeton U.P., 1986, 6pp: 195, in PP 1463/64.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Introduction to Herbert Spencer, The Proper Sphere of Government, 1843, 3pp, in PP 1,007.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Justice Entrepreneurship in a Free Market, paper presented at the Libertarian Scholars Conference, Princeton Univ., Oct. 78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p513, headed: Free Market Justice.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Nathaniel Branden’s Judgment Day: Reviewing the Reviewers, 2pp, in PP 1348: 116.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Nonviolent Ways to Change Society, Lessons from Gandhi, 1p on 3 works by SHARP, GENE, in PP 277/278: 219.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Review of: MESLIER, JEAN, Superstition in All Ages & of: COHEN, CHAPMAN, Primitive Survivals in Modern Thought, 1p: 52, in PP 1468.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Review of: METHVIN, EUGENE H., The Rise of Radicalism, 1p: 43, in PP 1468.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Setting the Record Straight on Gandhi. Rothbard is wrong, 1p, in PP 277/278: 228.
SMITH, GEORGE H., Victory Speech of the Libertarian Party President-Elect, 1984, 76, 4pp, in PP 1345/46: 228. – A satire on the gradualism of the L.P.
SMITH, GEORGE, Public School Students Indoctrinated by State Elite, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 429.
SMITH, HARRY L., You Can’t Strike against the Market, 3pp: 9, in PP 1529-33.
SMITH, IAN & JORDAN, JILL, letter, 4pp, on LETSystem, Maleny, Queensland, 29x, in PP 905.
SMITH, JAMES CHARLES, Book Review of Morton J. Horwitz’s The Transformation of American Law, 1780-1860, WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 4, 1977, 1253-1276, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p586, headed: Horwitz: Law and Economic Interests.
SMITH, JEFFERY J., We, the Landlord… An Alternative to Land Abuse, 3pp: 31, in PP 1505.
SMITH, JEROME F., Reinstitution of Money, The, ERC Publishing Co., 1978, 75pp, in PP 804.
SMITH, JEROME F., The Coming Currency Collapse, 1p review only, by Joe Cobb, in REASON, March 1981, in PP 913.
SMITH, JOSHUA TOULMIN, See: TOULMIN.
SMITH, KENNETH, Landlords lose lease on life as rent control ruins them, 1990, 2pp, on William Tucker, The Excluded Americans, Homelessness…, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
SMITH, L, NEIL, A New Covenant, LI edition, 1p: 131, in PP 1481.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Publications, 2pp, in PP1534: 114.
SMITH, L. NEIL, A Call to Arms, 2pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, A Covenant, 1p: 122, in PP 1471.
SMITH, L. NEIL, A New Covenant, 1p, from his book THE GALLATIN DIVERGENCE, in PP 1420/22: 252. – If treated as being already the best possible libertarian covenant and as such to be accepted quite uncritically, without any changes, then it can never become that. It will then remain merely one of the best attempts in that direction. – Even if this libertarian SF writer and his supporters are unwilling to discuss drafts of further improvements, PEACE PLANS would always have many pages to spare for such attempts. – PIOT, J.Z., 10.9.97.
SMITH, L. NEIL, A NEW COVENANT, Libertarian International Edition, 1p. – I do seek further improvements upon this version, for fiching. – J.Z. In PP 1512: 67. Also: 1p: 869, in PP 1508/09.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Dog Eat Dog, 2pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Essays by L. Neil Smith, 1996, a condensed list of 96 essays offered on line, 1p, 1996, in PP 1537: 150. – The list is maintained by Keith Lynch. – LMP has not yet downloaded these essays.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Fabian Libertarianism, I & II, 4pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, LEVER ACTION Letter, Nos. 00b, 01b – 08b, 09c, 10b, 11-17, ca. 36pp, in PP 1077.
SMITH, L. NEIL, New Covenant, A, Among the Individual Inhabitants of the Continent of North America, 1p, 29x, in PP 632,642, & elsewhere, unlisted. Libertarian International edition, 1p, in PP 1,039, 29x, in PP 873 & 915. LI edition, with translation : Un Nuevo Convenio, 2pp, in PP 860.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Sanctuary, II & III, 4pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, TANSTAAFL Rides Again! 2pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, The Proud Possession Paradox, I & II, 4pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, The Unhappy Warrior Syndrome, I & II, 4pp, in PP 1279.
SMITH, L. NEIL, Unconventional Ideas: LP meets SF, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 389.
SMITH, L.R., Compulsory Voting, 1979, 1p, 29x, in PP 384.
SMITH, LEIF & WAGNER, PAT, The Networking Game, 41pp, 29x in PP 387.
SMITH, LINDA to KINNEY, MARK, 2pp: 92, in PP 1470.
SMITH, MAJORIE M., “Violent Pornography” and the Women’s Movement, ALF leaflet, 5pp, 29x, in PP 384.
SMITH, MANFRED W., Unschooling Society: Free the Children! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 817.
SMITH, MORTIMER, The Failure of American Education, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 137.
SMITH, PHILIP, More collectivist cliches, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 256.
SMITH, ROBERT J., Conservation and Capitalism, 45pp, in PP 1,004.
SMITH, ROBERT J., Earth’s Resources: Private Ownership vs. Public Waste, LP, 150pp, 36x, in PP 345.
SMITH, ROBERT J., Earth’s Resources: Private ownership vs. public waste, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 190.
SMITH, SHARON T., The Path not often enough Taken, A Case for Radicalism, 3pp, in PP 1270.
SMITH, TEX, Twar a Ford Car, 2pp: 289, in PP 1506/07. Short story.
SMITH, VERA C., The Rationale of Central Banking, 1936, 185pp with bibliography and index, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 542.
SMITHSON, CHARLES, Who’s Killing the Chesapeake Bay? 2pp: 73, in PP 1469. SMOKERS’ RIGHTS.
SMOKING, PP 415, 527, 697, 923, 1124, see also DAVID GIBBON, in 1052-61 on: Tobacco, Children & Entrapment & DUNCAN FLOCKARD.
SMOKING: LAWREY, MATHEW, When Will they ever Learn? 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 378. On official anti-smoking campaign.
SMOKING: Why Smoking Is a Trivial Pursuit, Q & A, facts and fallacies about smoking and quitting, 3pp, in PP 1124, see: FLOCKARD, DUNCAN & Slogans for Liberty, in PP 415.
SMYTH, DAVID, Until Shrimp Learn to Whistle, 4pp: 417, in PP1529-33. – On free enterprise vs. collectivism. – Territorialism is collectivistic, too! – J.Z., 14.11.98.
SMYTH, JERRY D., Nonviolent Struggel and Social Defence, 1990, Conference report 2 of 2, 2pp, in PP 1236.
SNARE, FRANK, Dissolving the Moral Contract, PHILOSOPHY 52, 1977, 301-312, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p375, headed: Why Be Moral?
SNEAD, ALICE, Natural Childbirth and Midwifery, 3pp, in PP 1386/91: 340.
SNEED, JOHN D., Order Without Law: Where Will Anarchists Keep the Madmen? JLS, I/2, 8pp, in PP 1,051. (Hopefully, one day all such articles will find their way into my collection or into that of a micrographic network. So far, some such articles, on panarchistic or monetary freedom subjects, were not yet published by me because filming permission was expressly withheld, since the authors still hope to get them published in recognized scholarly journals. Alas, even there, if accepted, they will largely become buried, for most of the people, most of the time and in most places, or obtainable only at all too high prices. Authors ought to establish their own micrographic manuscript dumping and retrieval centre, that already sells some fiched copies upon demand, while the lot is offered by them or their agents to the other markets. It would also be easier and cheaper to circularize a few fiche than photocopied texts, e.g. among friends and associates, for their comments. – J.Z.)
SNELL, THOMAS, The Revolt Against Reason, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.
SNOW, EDGAR, Auf dem Wege zur Unsterblichkeit. Moechten Sie ewig leben? 1 S., in PP 1290/91p52. Contains a hint towards the beneficial effects of bee pollen.
SNYDER, JEFFREY R., A Nation of Cowards, 1993, 8pp, in PP1534: 117. – On the armed defence of liberty.
SNYDER, JOHN M., Gun Control Ineffective in Crime Control, 1971 clipping, 1p, in PP 1357.
SOAPBOX, THE, Sydney, No. 1, Jan. 1998, 4pp: 117, in PP 1502. – A personal view of events on the Sydney Domain & of soapbox oratory in the world. Written by Steve Maxwell.
SOCIAL ANARCHISM, A Journal of Practice and Theory, introductory 4pp, in PP 1,021.
SOCIAL ANARCHISM, PP 1151.
SOCIAL CLASSES, What Social Classes Owe to Each Other, PP 535. (Sumner)
SOCIAL CONSCIENCE: ROBERTS, NICK, Conscience vs. Social Conscience, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 171.
SOCIAL CONTROL, PP 871, 873, 875.
SOCIAL CREDIT THEORIES, see e.g. LOGAN, JOHN, TAYLOR, DAVID.
SOCIAL CREDIT, 2 critical books, see under Docker, F.J. & Lewis, John, in PP 1,042.
SOCIAL CREDIT, CRITICISM OF, PP 656, 740, 793, 906 (LEAGUE OF RIGHTS & SOCIAL CREDIT), 1042, see DOUGLAS FALLACIES, CREDIT CREATION.
SOCIAL CREED, SOME POINTS IN THE, PP 242, 1074.
SOCIAL DARWINISM, PP 980, 1133. See MUTUAL AID, SUMMNER, W.G., KROPOTKIN, ROSALIE NICHOLS.
SOCIAL DARWINISM, See: O’HEARN, DANIEL, The Continuing Relevance of Social Darwinism, 1p: 99, in PP 1469.
SOCIAL DEFENCE, PP 423, 788, 812, 890, 1019, 1077,
SOCIAL DEFENCE, See: PP 1236.
SOCIAL DEMOCRATS, PP 349, 1134,
SOCIAL DETERMINISM, PP 290.
SOCIAL EVOLUTIONI & SOCIAL DUTY, according to Herbert Spencer, PP 200.
SOCIAL GOSPEL, PP 1013.
SOCIAL INSURANCE, See: HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., The Crisis in Social Insurance, 1p, in PP 277/278: 204.
SOCIAL INSURANCE, See: HERBERT, JULE R., Jr., The Crisis of “Social Insurance”, 1p, in PP 278.
SOCIAL INVENTIONS, Best Ideas, PP 633.
SOCIAL INVENTIONS, Journal of the INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INVENTIONS, London, No. 8, special issue on measuring quality of life, with some leaflets, 70pp, 29x, in PP 691, No. 9, 58pp, 29x, in PP 729, Nos. 10-15, 274pp, 42x, in PP 853. Nos. 16-18, 147pp, 36x, in PP 924. See also under INSTITUTE F.S.I.
SOCIAL INVENTIONS, Journal of the Institute for Social Inventions, Nos. 19, 1990 to No. 28, 1993, ISSN 0954-2606X, with some leaflets and some correspondence, 630pp, in 3 microfiche: PP 1260 – 1262. Nos. 29 – 30 appeared only in bookform: SOCIAL INVENTIONS, with the equivalent to Nos. 31 – 33, entitled: RE-INVENTING SOCIETY, in PP 1263.
SOCIAL INVENTIONS, No. 18, 1989/90, New Money Systems, 4pp extract only, in PP 25.
SOCIAL INVENTIONS, PP 921, 890, 699, 633.
SOCIAL ISSUE, THE NEW, PP 242.
SOCIAL ISSUES, CRUCIAL, LIBERTARIAN SOLUTIONS, PP 290.
SOCIAL JUSTICE & CAPITALISM, See: KELLEY, DAVID, Capitalism and Social Justice, 5pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 39.
SOCIAL JUSTICE, A MANHATTAN REPORT discussion, 16pp, 1982, in PP 1538: 65, between: Ken Auletta, Leslie Lenkowsky, Michael Horowitz, Charles Murray, Nathan Glazer, Michael Meyers, Michael Levin, George Gilder, Walter Williams, Peter Salins & Midge Decter & MR.
SOCIAL JUSTICE, PP 396/97, 418/19p143,
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, See: COY, WALTER, Autonomy and Social Movements, 1p: 137, in PP 1515.
SOCIAL ORGANISM, The, Herbert Spencer’s view, PP 200, 829.
SOCIAL PROBLEM, PP 244, 292, 972,
SOCIAL QUESTION, What the “Social Question” Is, PP 239, 242.
SOCIAL REFORM ENCYCLOPEDIA, ed. by Bliss, PP 511 – 514.
SOCIAL REFORMERS & PEACE, PP 976.
SOCIAL RELATIONS & FREEDOM, PP 539.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, See: SUMMERS, BRIAN, Social Responsibility, 1p: 538, in PP 1529-33.
SOCIAL REVOLUTION, ANARCHY & DEMOCRACY, PP 349 (in German).
SOCIAL RIGHTS & FREEDOMS, according to R. Rocker, PP 542.
SOCIAL RIGHTS vs. INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, PP 290.
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB, PHILADELPHIA, A Catechism of Anarchy, 1902? 11pp, distributed by N. Notkin, in PP 957.
SOCIAL SECURITY, PRIVATIZED, PP 11, 1139,
SOCIAL SECURITY, see : FULMER, RICHARD W., Social Security: It’s Anti-Social and Insecure, Orange County Register, July 26, 1990, 1p, in PP 1,005.
SOCIAL SECURITY, See: HAYNES, JOHN, Social Security Should Be Optional, 2p, in PP 1269, sheets 16 & 29. See also sheet 42.
SOCIAL SECURITY, see: POIROT, PAUL, Social Security, FEE, 1954, 29pp, in PP 999.
SOCIAL SECURITY, See: SHAPIRO, ROBERT, Scrap Social Security, letter, 1p, 1977, in PP 275: 87. – WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Social Security: Make it Private. Present system a fraud, 1p, in PP 277/278: 207.
SOCIAL SECURITY: ANTI-SOCIAL & INSECURE, PP 999, 1005, 1147,
SOCIAL SECURITY: MANION, CLARENCE E., The Social Security Tax, 3pp extract from 1955 broadcast, in PP 1418: 31.
SOCIAL SECURITY: O’BRIEN, GEORGE L., Social Security. Warning. Time Is Running out on a Bankrupt System, 6pp, in PP 1445: 60.
SOCIAL SECURITY: SLOM, SAMUEL M., The Social Security Hoax, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 186.
SOCIAL STATICS, PP 184. (H. Spencer).
SOCIAL STUDIES: PARTINGTON, GEOFFREY, The Socialist Studies Curriculum, Dr. G.P., interviewed by Lindsay Perigo on RADIO LIBERTY, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 481.
SOCIALISM & MONETARY POLICY, PP 745. Compare Monetary Despotism.
SOCIALISM IN GERMANY of 1877, PP 373 – 375.
SOCIALISM WITHOUT THE STATE, See: EVANS, TIM, Socialism without the State: The Re-emergence of Collective Self-help, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 135.
SOCIALISM, ABSOLUTIST THOUGHTS IN SOCIALISM, PP 1068.
SOCIALISM, CON, PP 45, 48/49, 75, 202, 209, 239, 242, 290, 309, 311, 322 – 324, 371, 396/97, 412p102, 425, 418/19p143, 428ff: S. 2266, 487, 542, 552, 604, 609, 612, 643, 706, 727, 756, 788, 790, 799, 811, 925, 957, 980, 1007, 1012, 1045/46, 1052-61 (LA Ec.Notes 6, LA Pol.Notes 27 & 50), 1075/76, 1078, 1089, 1114, 1132, 1154, see COMMUNISM, COMMUNIST ANARCHISM, MARX.
SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, PP 568.
SOCIALISM, PRO, PP 209, 286, 340, 356, 428ffp2266, 609, 838, 969, 1069, 1097. See ANARCHISM, Communist Anarchism, Cooperatives, Autonomous Work Groups, Experimental Freedom, Tolerance, Voluntarism, ON PANARCHY.
SOCIALISM, RIGHT WING, PP 77/78.
SOCIALISM, see ADAMS, EDWARD F., in PP 957.
SOCIALISM, see MALLOCK, W.H., A Critical Examination of Socialism, London, 1909, indexed, 302pp, in PP 1075. Also: WILSON, W. LAWLER, The Menace of Socialism, London, 18909, 532pp, in PP 1075 & 1076.
SOCIALISM, see SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM, The Impossibility of Socialism, London, 1907, Liberty & Property Defence League, 15pp, in PP 980. (I would gladly reproduce all their output – if I could get hold of it. – J.Z.)
SOCIALISM, see TUNZELMANN, G.W. de, The Superstition Called Socialism, Philadelphia, 1911, indexed, 420pp, in PP 1078.
SOCIALISM, see WRIGHT, NIELSON, Cuba: A Case Study in the Failure of Socialism, 3pp, 1972, in PP 1089. See: Taxation, Welfare State, Statism, Bureaucracy.
SOCIALISM, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Why Socialism Fails – Why Markets Survive, 13pp: 466, in PP 1529-33.
SOCIALISM, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, Pattern for Failure, review, 2pp, of: RYDENFELT,SVEN, A Pattern for Failure: Socialist Economies in Crisis, N.Y., Harcourt, 175pp: 604, in PP 1529-33.
SOCIALISM, See: GRUBEL, HERB, The Troubles of Socialism in Sweden, 1p: 74, in PP 1515.
SOCIALISM, See: KOECHLIN, HEINRICH, Ist ein freier Sozialismus moeglich? 7 S.: 1, in PP 1523.
SOCIALISM, See: MALLOCK, W.H., The So-Called Evolution of Socialism: I. Socialists on the Evolution of Socialism: 274; II. The alleged contemporary Evolution of Socialism an Appearance only, not a Reality: 278; III. Misconception by the Socialists of the Natur of Industrial Evolution generally: 286; IV. The True Significance of Contemporary Industrial Evolution: 295, in PP 1499.
SOCIALISM, See: MARXISM, see COMMUNISM, see COMMUNIST ANARCHISM, UTOPIAS, K.H.Z. SOLNEMAN’s Manifesto.
SOCIALISM, See: MAURICE, CHARLES & PEJOVICH, STEVE, Socialism: The Road to Decay, 1984, 2pp: 85, in PP 1469. – When “State Socialism” is meant, it should be stated as such. Voluntary socialism of the ideological rather than business kind, does harm and infringes the economic rights only of the voluntary participants. They deserve no better until they learn from their experiences. For some samples of successful “free market socialism” or “capitalistic socialism”, see under coops, partnerships, self-management, liberation at work, organization development, autonomous work groups, etc. Profit sharing should, naturally, be combined with loss-sharing as well. – J.Z.
SOCIALISM, See: SHELLY, THOMAS J., A Lesson in Socialism, 1p: 487, in PP 1529- 33.
SOCIALISM, See: SPENCER, JAMES, The Heresy of Socialism, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 189. – Socialism embraces dozens of different “heresies”. Some forms of it are voluntary, capitalistic and entrepreneurial. One should not equate them with territorial, totalitarian or State socialism. – J.Z., 30.9.97.
SOCIALISM, See: THATCHER, W. ROSS, Socialism in Saskatchewan, 7pp: 18, in PP 1529-33.
SOCIALISM, UNSCRAMBLING OF, PP 19c & 311. See Deregulation, Privatization, Denationalization.
SOCIALISM, WHY DO THEY TURN TO IT? PP 1012. (There are hundreds of types. I am only opposed to the coercive and monopolistic forms and favour certain voluntary and cooperative forms, which come close to ideal forms of capitalism. – J.Z.)
SOCIALISM: ANON., Popular Myths about Socialism & Free Enterprise, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 153.
SOCIALISM: FRASER, IAN, Slaying Socialism, 1p. On State Socialism, in PP 1336 – 39: 287. S. has numerous forms. At least some are very close to libertarian free enterprise and free market capitalism. – J.Z.
SOCIALIST CONSPIRACY, See: BUTLER, ERIC D., Steps Towards the Monopoly State, in PP 1447/49.
SOCIALIST HISTORY, PP 412p443.
SOCIALIZED MEDICINE, PP 895, 983, 1028/29, see HEALTH, MEDICINE, SOCIALIZATION, NATIONALIZATION, REGULATIONS, BUREAUCRACY, JAG. SOCIALIZED SUGAR, PP 310. See e.g. Libraries, Post Offices, Central Banking, Roads, Railways, etc.
SOCIETY & ITS SERVICES. Why the Henry George Idea Does not Prevail, PP 1003.
SOCIETY & THE STATE: MORLEY, FELIX, State and Society, IHS, 1978, 26pp, in PP 1424: 118. – This is from chapter 5 of his 1949 book: “The Power in the People”. – Frank Chodorov wrote a book on State and Society: “The Rise and Fall of Society”, The Devin-Adair Co., 1959, 168pp. After many years of book searching in bookshops, I did finally manage to get a copy of it. To me it seems to be a classic work on the subject & I extracted many “slogans for liberty” from it. I would like to reproduce that, too, if I could get the reproduction permission. Alas, according to some correspondence with this publisher, even they seem to be in some doubt about whether some of their titles are o.o.p. or not. Some were asserted to be in print still, although they were not listed in their literature list. Moreover, as usual, they are not prepared to bring out their o.o.p. titles on microfiche or allow others to do so. – What can the cause of freedom do with such friends? – J.Z., 11.9.97.
SOCIETY FOR AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS, THE & THE DAVID HUME SOCIETY, Sydney, 27 Aug. 1980, ORDER WITHOUT DESIGN conference, 3 papers, 41 pp, 29x, in PP 384.
SOCIETY FOR ILLUMINATING THE SOURCES OF POWER, THE OCCULT TECHNOLOGY OF POWER, 62pp, 1974, 29x, in PP 723.
SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, 4pp introduction, n.d., in PP 1257.
SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, London, 1990, 1p on meetings, in PP 1191.
SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, Newsletter, 2 samples: April 1982 & Nov. 1982, 29x, in PP 568, Declaration of Principles, 1969, 8 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, See: THE INDIVIDUAL. SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, Declaration of Principle, 1969, 1p, 24x in PP 109-110.
SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, Leaflet, introductory, n.d., SOCIETY FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, THE LIBERTARIAN SOLUTION TO CRUCIAL SOCIAL ISSUES, 47 leaflets of SIL, 133pp, 29x, PP 290.
SOCIETY FOR LIBERTARIAN LIFE, Leaflets, incomplete, 83 pp, & 3 samples of its LIBERTAS REVIEW, 24x, in PP 182.
SOCIETY FOR LIBERTARIAN LIFE, literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54. 1978 Catalog, 8pp, 36x, in PP 414.
SOCIETY FOR LIBERTARIAN LIFE, SLL, Cal State Univ., Fullerton, 2pp leaflet, 1979, against the draft: The New Resistance, in PP 1116.
SOCIETY FOR RATIONAL INDIVIDUALISM, SRI, 1p leaflet, in PP 1409/10: 122.
SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF NUTRITIONAL THERAPY, 1p flyer, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. For food supplements, like vitamin and multi-mineral pills, now also under threat of regulation. Next you might get prescribed diets and exercises, rest periods & clothing, because the monopoly decision-makers think it would be good for you. Do the “fat cats” give you the impression that they know what it good for themselves? And even if they were e.g. teetotallers and vegetarians, like Hitler supposedly was, would that make it safe to have them as rulers over us? – J.Z.
SOCIETY OF TOMORROW, PP 481, see FREE SOCIETY.
SOCIETY VS. THE STATE: JOHANNSEN, OSCAR B., Society vs. the State, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 184.
SOCIETY WITHOUT COERCION, A New Concept of Social Organization, PP 1011. Compare: On Panarchy.
SOCIETY WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, PP 290.
SOCIETY WITHOUT THE STATE, PP 980.
SOCIETY, JARVIE, I.C., Man, Concepts & Society, review, 995. See also TAME, CHRIS, same title, 1052-61 (LA Sociological Notes 1). See IDEAS, HUMAN NATURE.
SOCIETY, PP 995, 1123. See: FREE SOCIETY.
SOCIETY, See: MEEK, NIGEL, Society Does Not Exist (and if it Did it Shouldn’t), 4pp, Political Notes No. 144: 93, in PP 1516. – I hold that only voluntaristic and exterritorially autonomous societies deserve the name “societies” and communities and that territorial States ought not to exist but dissolved, as threats to freedom, justice, peace, progress and prosperity. – PIOT,J.Z., 10.11.98.
SOCIOBIOLOGY, PP 349.
SOCIOBIOLOGY, See: BAIER, RICHARD J., II, On Sociobiology: Evolution and Ethics, 10pp: 45, in PP 1479.
SOCIOLOGICAL FALLACIES, PP 1074.
SOCIOLOGICAL NOTES, Nos. 19 & 20, 6pp, in PP 1281/82. L.A. series. Still missing are: 2-6 & 9-18.
SOCIOLOGICAL NOTES, see LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE.
SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY, THE PREDICAMENT OF, 239.
SOCIOLOGY, AS A COLLEGE SUBJECT, PP 239.
SOCIOLOGY, Introduction, by Spencer, PP 898.
SOCIOLOGY, PP 424.
SOCIOLOGY, PRINCIPLES, by Herbert Spencer, II/v, Political Institutions only, in: PP 236. Reviewed in 373 -375.
SOCIOLOGY, STUDY OF, PP 196. ( H. Spencer).
SOCIOLOGY, THE SCIENCE OF, PP 237/38. (Sumner, 1882)
SODALIS, An Unfinished Diary, from R.D. 1966, 1p, against abortion, in PP 1121.
SOFT OPTION, THE, Monetary Freedom to Stop Inflation without Causing Unemployment, 1976, 16pp, 19 B. Compare also the monetary revolution program in PP 8 & 61/63, 399/401.
SOFTSERV PUBLISHING, Long Beach, Download Ellison, 1p leaflet on its disk & on-line publishing offers. For more details see PP 1,022. Defunct already by 95!
SOKRATES vor dem Volksgerichtshof in Athen, eingeleitet und ausgewaehlt von SCHMIDT, FRITZ, 1946, 20 S., in PP 1321.
SOLAN, DAVID, America’s fluoridation experiment, part I, “scientific” investigation, 4pp: 87; II: some men’s poison, 4pp: P 94; III: the wall of silence, 5pp: p 102, all in PP 1377.
SOLAR POWER, See: ANON., MOVING IN ON SOLAR, 5pp, 1979: 26, in PP1514.
SOLDATOV, SERGEI, Sergei Soldatov Speaks (Anti-Soviet Society),2pp, 29x, in PP 698. Alas, the anti-soviet forces in Russia remained intellectually woefully unprepared for liberty and were and are insufficiently advised from the West. Thus the hardliner, never sufficiently unseated, might one day get full control again. Full exterritorial autonomy (except for military weapons and organizations) for the remaining hardliners – and for all middle-of-the-roaders and for all dissenting groups! Most urgently, all of them need some education on and practice of monetary freedom. Otherwise, galloping inflation will have its usual despotic effects. – J.Z., 9 Jan. 94.
SOLDIERS AS MURDERERS, HIRED BY THE STATE: See: KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Alle Soldaten sind Moerder! 2 S.: 72, in PP 1456.
SOLDIERS AS PEACE WORKERS, The Involuntary Soldiers Could be the most Important Peace Workers, 1966, PP 7, 650. See: Desertion, Military Jiu Jitsu, Prisoners of War, Military Insurrections, Militia, Decision on War and Peace.
SOLDIERS, RIGHTS OF, PP 12, 61-63, see MILITIA,
SOLIDARIDAD OBRERO, Nr. 50 und 51/1979: China unter der Herrschaft der marxistischen Mandarine, 9 S.: 74, in PP 1502.
SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT IN POLAND, PP 851.
SOLIDARITY OF LABOUR, PP 626.
SOLIDARNOSC, 2pp leaflet by NSZZ “Solidarnnosc”, Information Bureau in Australia and a sample of its 4pp NEWS on Polish Solidarity movement, 29 Feb. 86, in PP 851. (Movement leaflets are so numerous and often inaccessible that it would need a special effort to collect them all and microfilm them fast for those interested. – J.Z.)
SOLLITT, KENNETH W., Oysters or Eagles? FEE, 4pp, in PP 957.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z. & GEHRET & TIMM, Kritik und Antikritik am anarchistischen Kommunismus, 1977, 48 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z. & TIMM, UWE, Individualistischer Anarchismus. Eine Autorenauswahl, 1978, 59pp, 24x, in PP 281.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Anarchismus einmal ganz anders! Denkanstoesse, Tatsachen gegen Ideologien, 66 S., 24x, in PP 282.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Auch der Start des Ideen-Archivs war ein Wettlauf mit der Zeit, 3 S., in PP 1351.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Brot genug fuer Alle! 1946, 26pp. (On efficiently growing the grain required for oneself on a small patch of leased land, with a few hours of work, using the transplant method. By someone who has never done any gardening! – J.Z.) In PP 377.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Brot genug fuer alle! 2 S., in PP 1290/91 p124& 140.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Das ist meine Auffassung von Demokratie: So wie ich nicht Sklave sein wollte, so will ich auch nicht Herr sein. Zu dem Buche von Stephen Vincent Benet, Der Geist Amerikas, II, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p49.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Das Manifest der Freiheit und des Friedens, der Gegenpol zum Kommunistischen Manifest, 354 S., 1977, in LERNZIEL ANARCHIE, Nr. 9-14, in PP 824 & 825. (Dieses Buch wurde in der Buchausgabe bereits in PP 188 verfilmt. Nr. 15 von LERNZIEL ANARCHIE, in PP 825, enthaelt Diskussionsbeitraege zu diesem Buch, von Stefan Blankertz, Kurt Zube u. Uwe Timm. Es war der Winner des jaehrlichen Friedenspreises der Alternativen Presse.)
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Das Manifest der Freiheit und des Friedens, Der Gegenpol zum kommunistischen Manifest, 1977, 355 S., 29x, PP 188.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Der Bahnbrecher John Henry Mackay – Sein Leben und sein Werk, 1979, 297 S., 29x, PP 187.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Der ITG-Vertriebsring fuer Deutschland, 1 S. in PP 1351.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Der multilaterale Ringtausch in bargeldloser Verrechnung, 2 S., in PP 906.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Der Weltverband der Staatenlosen und Du! 1946, 19pp, together with notes and clippings related to the above project, in German and English and comments rather in favour of a protege citizenship with Haiti, at least for a start, 14pp, 29x, in PP 388.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Die Vogelfreien. Zur Tragik der Staatenlosen, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p104. Aus: Der Weltverband der Staatenlosen und Du!
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Diskussionsergebnisse, Begriff und Ziele des Anarchismus. Viele reden von der Freiheit – Anarchisten praktizieren sie, 66 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Drei Kernforderungne zur Vermoegensverteilung, 1976, 30pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Ein ernstes Problem, das alle angeht, 1 S. ueber die Tragoedie der Erfolgreichen, die Diktatur der Vorzimmer und das Ideenarchiv, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332 : 141. – Nicht nur zehntausende von Vorzimmern sondern hunderttausende von Vorurteilen stehen auch im Wege! – J.Z.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Ein verfaelschter Begriff – und die Wirklichkeit, die dahinter steht, 6 S., 29x, in PP 300. (Ueber den Freiheitsbegriff.)
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Hauptgrundsaetze der Welteidgenossischen Verfassung, Die, oder: Die Zehn Gebote der Vernunft, 1962, 9 S., in PP 811.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Ideas Archive, No. 1, 1949, 59 pp, without the appendix, translated and transcribed by John Zube, 1980, into 37pp, 24x, in PP 183.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Ideen Archiv, Ideen, Talente, Genies, Nr. 1, 1949, 66pp., without the 4 essays of the appendix, 24x, in PP 183.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Ideen und Begabungen, verkommen lassen oder verwerten? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 193. – Massenmoerderische Ideen & Talente: Sollte man auch die “verwerten”??? – K.Z. ging nicht so weit, aber sammelte doch Verbrecher- und Hochstapler Tricks! – J.Z., 28.9.97.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Individualistischer Anarchismus, 5pp, 24x, in PP 281.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Jedem der Staat seiner Traeume! (Eine Betrachtung der Ideen P.E. de PUYDTs.) 7pp, 24x, in PP 281.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Mackay, John Henry – The Unique, 1978, 16pp, Mackay Gesellschaft, Freiburg/Br., 24x, in PP 60, & in PP 825.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Manifesto of Peace and Freedom, 1983, 3pp review by LOOMIS, MILDRED J.: 915.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Mehr und mehr und mehr. Umwaelzende Erkenntnisse und eine Anleitung zum Handeln, 60 S., 1968, in PP 1328: 1. Ueber das SAG Verfahren, Selbsthilfe auf Gegenseitigkeit, ein Verrechnungsverfahren, verbunden mit Kaufverbilligung und Zwangssparen fuer die Beteiligten, zwecks Zinsverbilligung. Der Schoenstein etc. Plan in K.Z.’s version. Er glaubte, dass er weit besser sei als blosse freie Verrechnung und auch, dass er solch ein Verfahren ungestoert vom Gesetzgeber und den Behoerden einfuehren und weiterfuehren koennte. Dies wurde spaeter, nach weiterem Herumtuefteln an der vermeintlich weiteren “Verbesserung” der Verrechnung, sein ESAG Plan. Fuer fast 60 Jahre hat er daran festgehalten und wie fast jeder andere Erfinder einer Geld- oder Zahlungsreform wurde er dadurch mehr oder weniger blind gegenueber anderen Geldfreiheits-Moeglichkeiten oder Zielen. Karl Walker’s aehnlicher Versuch wurde underdrueckt. Hauptsaechlich als Selbsthilfe fuer Selbstaendige gedacht, wurden die meisten Lohn- und Gehaltszahlungen nicht eingeschlossen in sein System. Dass haette dann auch die Gewerkschaften gegen ihn aufgebracht. Auch der Fiskus haette solche Zahlungen nicht angenommen. Aber er glaubte, wie Michael Linton ueber sein LETSYSTEM, dass es sich unbegrenzt und ungehindert ausdehnen koennte. J.Z., 7.6.96.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Memorandum ueber die Welt-Eidgenossenschaft, 1962 Entwurf, 5 S., in PP 811.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Nachdenken ist nuetzlich, 8 S., ueber das Ideen-Archiv, den WIR Plan und Kurt Zube’s “Sozialfonds”, in PP 1351.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Nachwort, 3 S., zu: Prof. Dr. Hans Sveistrup, Stirners drei Egoismen, wider Karl Marx, Otmar Spann und die Physiokraten, in PP 469. The 1932 edition of this book was filmed in PP 372.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Naturentfremdete Wissenschaft. Die Lehre Viktor Schaubergers, 3 S.,, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 113. – Waren auch K.Z. & V.S. wissenschaftsfremde Naturfreunde? – J.Z., 28.9.97,
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., PERSOENLICHE INFORMATIONEN fuer die Freunde des Ideen-Archivs, Nr. 1-12, Mai 51 – April 52, mit einigen Anmerkungen von Ulrich v. Beckerath u. J. Zube, 98 S., in PP 1351: 1.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Photo von 1933, in PP 825. See also under ZUBE. K.H. SOLNEMAN is simply a reversal of NAMENLOS or: Nameless.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Schriftenverzeichnis auf 2 S. in irgendeinem Katalog, in PP 1328: 132.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Stirner, Max, und der individualistische Anarchismus, 4 S., 24x, in PP 648.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Tatsachen, 8 S., ueber Experimente mit Gewinnbeteiligungs, den Kreditbedarf u. den “Sozialfonds”, in PP 1351.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., The Manifesto of Freedom and Peace, The Antithesis to the Communist Manifesto, 1977, 1980, manuscript version, 183pp, with some notes by John Zube, 24x, in PP 64 – 65.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., The Manifesto of Peace and Freedom, 3pp review by PARKER, S.E. & MARLETTA, STEPHEN, in PP 1423: 21.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., The Manifesto of Peace and Freedom, The Alternative to the Communist Manifesto, 1983, 245 S., in PP 1324: 1. Mackay Gesellschaft, Mackay Society, printed version, without notes by John Zube. Translated by Doris Pfaff and John Zube. It won the first Alternative Peace Price at the Alternative Book Fair in Frankfurt/M, 1977. See: ZUBE, KURT HELMUT, MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Tucker, Benjamin R., 1854-1939, 2 S., in PP 825.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Warum leben die Armen am teuersten? 6 S., in PP 1351. – Wieder nur ueber den “Sozialfonds”, aufgebaut auf eine private Umsatzsteuer in Kurt Zube’s WIR Plan. Als ob der Kreditbedarf nicht auch auf viele andere Arten gedeckt werden koennte. Aber er wollte seine Haende an dieses potential riesige Kapital kriegen (wie die Politiker) und damit seine Traeume verwirklichen, z.B. das Ideen Archiv und zins verbilligte Kredite, vielleicht auch sein Roulette System, ueber das er in wenigstens 3 Ausgaben der PERSOENLICHEN INFORMATIONEN schreibt. – With my low income, I consider myself as poor but I certainly do not live expensively, going e.g. for the cheapest foods, and second-hand clothing, furniture and books I can find. New or old items, some surprising bargains can be found by those willing to look for them. Naturally, that requires some time investment. But it is usually more fruitful than participation in prize competitions. – J.Z.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Zu: Robert Lux : Anarchismus – Erstarrung oder Entwicklung? (ZEITGEIST Nr. 23), 1 S., Flugblatt, in PP 906.
SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Zur Kritik des WIR-Planes, 2 S., in PP 1351.
SOLNEMAN, Wer schweigt, ist mitschuldig, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p97.
SOLNEMAN, Zum Beginn. Einfuehrung in den EUROPAEISCHEN BEOBACHTER, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p1.
SOLOVIOV, MICHAEL, Atomic Printers or Time Estimation of Atom – by Atom Brain Assembling, 4pp: 397, in PP 1293/95.
SOLOVIOV, MICHAEL, Project for Permafrost Burials in Russian Lapland, 4pp: 361, in PP 1293/95.
SOLUTION PARTIES, 736. (Parties could become that only as exterritorially autonomous communities of volunteers, experimenting freely. J.Z,)
SOLVAY, see SOCIALISM, FREE EXCHANGE SOCIALISM, Review of Gesell, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim & Spencer, PP 568.
SOLYOM, RICHARD L., Irredeemable Paper “Money” Does not Equal Dollars, S. was Chairman of the Sound Dollar Committee, from National Educators, n.d., 1p, in PP 1,020.
SOLYOM, RICHARD L., Judges Distort Law to Thwart Arguments for Sound Money, THE SPOTLIGHT, August 25, 1986, 2pp, in PP 1,020.
SOLZHENITSYN, ALEKSANDR, Human Rights and the U.S.S.R. (Originally published as “Communism at the End of the Brezhnev Era”), 1982, 8pp, 29x, in PP 705.
SOLZHENITSYN, ALEKSANDR, On Communism and Human Dignity, 7 quotes from speeches, 1969-1975, 4pp, 29x, in PP 694.
SOLZHENITSYN, ALEXANDER, See: DOUGLAS, GEORGE H., Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn, Some Lessons for Americans, 12pp: 177, in PP 1529-33. – Some of these titles have already been included in the updated main list. But by listing these additions separately you can save yourself browsing through all entries of the main list.
SOLZHENITSYN, ALEXANDER, The West’s Decline in Courage, WSJ, June 13, 1978, 2pp, in PP 1,019. (Much more than courage is missing. A.S. has not got a worthwhile program, either. But his descriptions of the Soviet’s totalitarian regime are excellent and may have significantly contributed to its downfall. – J.Z.)
SOLZHENITSYN, ALEXANDR, The Gulag Archipelago, review by JOHN HOSPERS, 2p: 73, in PP 1468.
SOLZHENITSYN: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Solzhenitsyn: Statist, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 210.
some 1987 leaflets on R. Solyom’s case, 6pp, 29x, in PP 735.
SOMERS, ROBERT, The Scotch Banks and System of Issue, including translation of “LES BANQUES D’ECOSSE”, by L. WOLOWSKI, 244pp, 1873, 29x, in PP 667.
SOMERSET, GLANVILLE, In Praise of the Prophylactic State, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 137.
SOMERSET, GLANVILLE, No Sex, Please, We’re the Human Rights Commission, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 224.
SOMERSET, GLANVILLE, The Modesty of Lawyers, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 73. – He wrote many more satires in this magazine but I didn’t list them. Did I overlook any positive idea in them? That would have been unintentional. – J.Z.
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING: MAUS, F.L., The Curse of Something for Nothing, 3pp, in PP 1418: 7.
SOMMER, BERNARD I., Ending the Drug Law Madness, 2pp, 86, in PP 1362/63: 106.
SOMMERFELT PETTERSEN, Jan, Index on Liberty, 1985, 4pp, 42x, in PP 637, May/June 1986 edition, 12pp, 29X, in PP 675. For latest issue see under INDEX ON LIBERTY.
SOMMERFELT PETTERSON, IAN to ZUBE, JOHN, 17 Dec. 88, 1p, in PP 817. (Ian was Ed. of IDEER OM FRIHET.)
SOMMERSCHULE ’80. Thema: Selbstbestimmt Leben. Selbstverwaltung als konkrete Utopie. Alternative Paedagogik, Linke und Kinder. Neues Politikverstaendnis, 76 S.: 1, in PP 1473. – Projekt Sommerschule, Offenbach.
SONNENSCHEIN, W.T.S., Ed. of 5th ed. of: PROS & CONS, 1911-1912, A Guide to the Leading Controversies of the Day, by John Bertram Askew, 5th ed., largely re-written by W.T.S. Sonnenschein, indexed, 284pp, in PP 852. (Most of the questions raised and discussed then and there are still unsettled today! J.Z.)
SORENSON, E. RICHARD, Cooperation and Freedom among the Fore of New Guinea, in: Learning Non-Aggression: The Experience of Non-Literate Societies, ed. by Ashley Montagu, N.Y., Oxford UP, 1978, 12-30, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p607, headed: Aggression vs. Cooperation.
SOROKIN, PITIRIM A., Diffusion rather than Concentration of Power, 2pp, 24x, in PP 7.
SOSA, L.J., Investing in yourself: the theory of human capital, 1p, in PP 1234.
SOTO, JESUS HUERTA DE, Conjectural History and Beyond, 1p, on Hayek: 230, in PP 1463/64.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, Achtzig Jahre alt – sechzig Jahre Freiheitskaempfer (ueber Rocker), 4 S.: 130, in PP 1478.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, Die Kollektivierung in Katalonien, 14 S., aus Nacht ueber Spanien, o.J. , in PP 1157.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, GASTON LEVAL & B. CANO RUIZ, La Obra Constructiva de la Revolucion Espanola, 1982, 327pp, 36x, in PP 876. Reproduced upon recommendation by ANTONIO (now deceased) of Jura Books, Sydney.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, La socialdemocracia alemana en el poder, in RECONSTRUIR, No. 48, in PP 1134.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, See: SCHAUB, HANNS, Besprechung von: SOUCHY,AUGUSTIN, Vorsicht: Anarchist!, 4 S.: 36, in PP 1523.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTINE, Capitalism, Totalitarianism, and Libertarian Socialism, 1951, 4pp, 29x, in PP 542.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTINE, Rudolf Rocker and Social Democracy in Germany, 2pp., in PP 1401.
SOUCHY, AUGUSTINE, The Red Army & the Russian Revolution, 3pp: 117; & Role of the Soviets in the Russian Revolution, 2pp: 135,in PP 1525. – Both from his 1922 booklet: The Workers and Peasants of Russia – How they Live. – He might have added: “and are murdered!” – J.Z.
SOULE, EVAN R., Jr., Spotlight, on Joseph Newman’s energy machine, his troubles with the patent office and on ending taxation, 2p, in PP 1283-1286p171.
SOULE, EVAN R., Jr., The European Scene, 2pp, 1971, with addresses of international libertarians: 559, in PP 1457/62.
SOUND CURRENCY, 1896, by Reform Club Sound Currency Committee, 1896, A Compendium of Accurate and Timely Information on Currency Questions, intended for Writers, Speakers and Students, 628pp, indexed, 24x, in PP 350-354. (This work is so rich and large in contents, especially in its material critical of forced paper currencies and legal tender, that I will not attempt to specify it here, especially since its own abstract, in 30pp of close print, has been reproduced in the Peace Plans Nos. 760-765, PP by Nos. listing. (Sheets 198-227.) Unfortunately, the print is very small and imperfect and a good photocopier at the Berlin Staatsbibliothek could not make up for this defect. If any monetary freedom advocate has access to a good scanner and to a laser printer, then this text is a worthwhile task for automatic transcription, even if this means an easily legible print-out of ca. 1500-3000pp. I intend to film this work again, reformatted, from better and enlarged photocopies that I have made. Also the 1895 issue which is on hand. Most of its issues are available on roll film for ca. $ 50. – I intend to transcribe some of these articles for filming in this series – if and when I get around to do this. -J.Z.)
SOUND CURRENCY, Gold or Denationalization? PP 735, 791.
SOUND CURRENCY, PP 428ff:S126, 732, 787, 911, 1020, see Monetary Freedom, Legal Tender, Central Banking, Gold, Free Choice of Value Standards.
SOUND DOLLAR COMMITTEE of Dick Solyom, 1.) News Release of April 85, 1p, 2.) letter by R.L.Solyom, Dec. 17,86, on Vieira’s comments to Sennholz: Money & Freedom, 1p, 48x, in PP 740, 3.)
SOUND DOLLAR COMMITTEE, 2pp leaflet by R.L. Solyom, July 88, in PP 791.
SOUND OF FIFE, Freedom Is For Everyone, Palo Alto, I/1, Nov. 1987, 12pp, only sample on hand, in PP 1116.
SOUTH AFRICA, FASCISM OR FREEDOM? PP 1028/29.
SOUTH AFRICA, PP 425, 691, 861, 869, 925, 1007, 1163.
SOUTH AFRICA, See: WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Duped Again, 1990, 2pp on South Africa: 95, in PP 1515.
SOUTHERN CROSS CAPITAL EXCHANGE, Bulletin No. 2, July 1984, 16pp. (Something like a credit union between education reformers.) 29x, in PP 743.
SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER, Repeal the Price-Anderson Act, 2pp leaflet against nuclear reactors, in PP 1428/29: 326.
SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER, THE, 1989 – 1994, incomplete, & Oct. 72, 243pp, published & edited by John T. Harlee, in PP 1343/44: 1823-2065. – ISSUES: XVIII/1 – 9 (Jan. 90); XIX/5 (Sep. 90) – 12 (Apr.91); XX/1 – 5 (May – Sep. 91); XXI/8 (Dec. 92); Special Notice, 1993, Special Notice, 1994; I/6 (Oct.72); with some special leaflets, inserts and book club notes. – All of the latter have not yet been received or reproduced by me. He was one of the few who offered, through his book club, libertarian books second-hand, by mail order. His comments were often biting to amusing and should and could be used towards the compilation of a complete freedom bibliography, to make it more pleasant to peruse. – Help is needed, especially after John T. Harlee’s death, to get this whole compilation finally complete. Libertarian humour is so rare that all of it should become easily accessible. And his clippings and facts snippets, quotes and references are often informative and helpful, too. – But the print quality of some early issues is so bad that I would prefer it if someone scanned them and corrected the faults first, before submitting them to me for microfiching or using them himself in this way. – If someone else went to the trouble of fully indexing this journal, I would gladly microfiche this index, too. – John T. Harlees efforts for liberty deserve to be fully preserved and to become cheaply accessible, all over the world, at least on microfiche. We owe him and ourselves at least that much. – According to a clipped address, reproduced on sheet 1840, all of THE SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER M A Y be available through UNIVERSITY MICROFILMS INTERNATIONAL. I cannot confirm this by any of the microfilm guides in my possession. Maybe he only wanted to point out the existence of this service by reproducing its standard notice: “This publication is available in microform. – University Microfilms International, 300 North Zeeb Road, Dept. P.R., Ann Arbor, Mi. 48 106, USA & 30-32 Mortimer Street, Dept. P.R., London, WIN 7RA, England.” – Anyhow, get some of their numerous catalogues and become surprised by the quantity of titles available already in this format, by this firm alone. However, they are pricey! For a dissertation they charge e.g. as much as it would cost them to get it filmed, although a duplicate costs only a fraction of the filming of the original. – On the same page Harlee had a short notice on my efforts. But it seems that he recognized only “the library of freedom” effort and the “storage economy” involved, not the cheap self-publishing option.
SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN MESSENGER, THE, 4/1974 – 10/1977 issues, incomplete & marked, 11/1977 – 12/1979, complete, 24x, in PP 149-154. – Jan. 80 – Apr. 87, 29x, PP 746-752. – May 87 – Feb. 88, 126pp, 29x, in PP 768. – March 88 to April 89, 351pp, 29x, in PP 899 & 900. – Was published by John T. HARLEE, deceased and rare and unique in its humour. Missing copies are wanted for fiching. – J.Z.
SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN NETWORK, Libertarian Activist Network, April 1981 addresses, 1p, 29x, in PP 388.
SOUTHERN LIBERTARIAN REVIEW, Arlington, ed. by Eric Scott Royce, 356pp, in PP 1404/06: 3. – I/1, Aug. 74, I/2 of Aug. 74, I/2 of Sep. 74, I/3, Oct. 74, – I/12, June 75, II/1, July 75 – II/12, Sep. 76, III/1, Oct. 76 – III/7, April 78 = last issue. This is one of the rare cases where I could get a set of a libertarian periodical complete. Once a few hundred participate, via their own independent libertarian microfiche publishing, it would be much easier – and completeness of libertarian publishing could be achieved by them. Note, I never attempt to list ALL the contents, all minor entries and contributions, but only have the intention, time and energy to list whatever contributions I think to be of some significance for the general freedom debate. Maybe one day someone else will scan in and automatically index everything. I would welcome that. – My thanks go to Michael E. Coughlin, publisher of THE DANDELION, for making his set of SLR available to me for photocopying.
SOVIET GOVERNMENT, documents, 1917-1929, as published by Martin Lawrence Ltd., London, and introduced by Henri Barbusse, here only those relating to the one-sided peace declaration by the Soviet delegate, on pages 23-41 in PP 878. – A perhaps unique precedent for a strategy that might be pursued in a better cause. – J.Z.
SOVIET PERSPECTIVES, IFF, I/2-5, April 91 – Sep. 91 & Soviet Perspectives, Special Report, October 1991, 43pp, in PP 1,002. – Not what IS happening there but what OUGHT and COULD happen there, should be published much more. So much remains to be done to release all creative energies, there, too. – J.Z.
SOVIET REGIME, PP 1 & 2, 16-18, 61-63, 163, 399 – 401, 418/19p19, 622, 698, 724, 742, 755, 786, 838, 996, 1142, 1156, see also COMMUNISM & RUSSIA,
SOWELL, THOMAS, A Conflict of Visions, 1p review by ALLEN, D.A., in PP 1373/75: 232.
SOWELL, THOMAS, A Conflict of Visions, see: CAPLAN, BRYAN, Thomas Sowell’s Vision of Ideological Conflict, Fall 94, 8pp, in PP 1541/42: 198 & CAPLAN, BRYAN, Thomas Sowell’s A Conflict of Visions: A Critical Essay, n.d., 7pp, in PP 1541/42: 205.
SOWELL, THOMAS, A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggle, 1987, 273pp, here only a 2pp review, by DAVID M. STEWART, from THE FREEMAN, in PP 1430/31: 207.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Affirmative Action Reconsidered, THE PUBLIC INTEREST 42, Winter 1976, 47-65, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p216. Headed: Compensatory Justice.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Black Education: Myths and Tragedies, reviewed by ARTHUR M. DIAMOND, Jr., 1p, in PP 1367/68: 6.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Endangered Freedom, The John Bonython Lectures, CIS Occasional Papers 22, 1988, 20pp, in PP 1146.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Government and Minorities: A Reduction of Options, 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 16.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Markets and Minorities, 1981, 5pp, in PP 1538: 37. – Allow minorities to try to apply among themselves any economic, political and social system they like, not only the free market system. A free market for all systems and all kinds of communities – among their believers! See the ON PANARCHY sub-series. – J.Z., 8.2.1999.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Markets and Minorities, Basic Books, N.Y., 1981,141pp, 2pp review only, by TOMMY W. ROGERS: 345, in PP 1529-33.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Marxist Rhetoric: Whatever it takes to gain power, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 263.
SOWELL, THOMAS, On MEET THE PRESS, 7pp, in PP 1538: 42.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Preferential Policies, 1990, 221pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SOWELL, THOMAS, The Economics and Politics of Race: An International Perspective, William Morrow, N.Y., 1983, 324pp, review only, 3pp, by ALLAN C. BROWNFELD: 553, in PP 1529-33.
SOWELL, THOMAS, Weber and Bakke, and the Presuppositions of “Affirmative Action”, in: Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and Equal Opportunity, ed. by W.E. Block & M.A. Walker, Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1982, 37-63, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1587, headed: Discrimination and Affirmative Action.
SOWERS, ELAINE B., The Legal Tender Trap, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 212 &, repeated, 949.
SPACE COLONIZATION, PP 310, 679, 724, 817, 934, 1007, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 29), 1079, 1112.
SPACE COLONIZATION, see FALCONI, OSCAR, The Case for Space Colonization – Now!! And Why It Should Be Our Generation’s No. 1 Priority, 1975, 1977, 1981, Research Publications, Sunnyvale, CA, 22pp, in PP 1079.
SPACE COLONIZATION, See: ISLAND ONE SOCIETY, Home Page for Future Space Colonists and Business People of a Libertarian or at least Live and Let Live Bent, with links, 1997, 2pp, in PP 1537: 205.
SPACE COLONIZATION, See: QUEST, Seattle, Journal of the International Society of Free Space Colonizers, I/9, 10/75, 20pp: 145, in PP 1478.
SPACE RESEARCH, PRIVATE: ECONOMIST, THE, Do-It-Yourself in Space, Sep. 5, 1981, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 24.
SPACE RESEARCH, see CLAUSTROPHOBIA, PP 1108,
SPACE, See: TSS NEWSLETTER, in PP 1252.
SPACECRAFT RESEARCH FOUNDATION, Space Venture, 1p leaflet, n.d., & a 2pp leaflet, incomplete, in PP 817. (I do seek more material on private space research for microfilming. SF fans have usually read dozens if not hundreds of times about the microfilm options in their favourite literature. But how many of them have used that present-day option as yet, even for their favourite o.o.p. and out of copyrights literature? Rare SF magazine sets are fully available practically only on microfilm. So far NASA made much more use of the micrographic option than SF fans did. Why let yourself be beaten by statist bureaucrats? – J.Z.)
SPAIN, DAVID, Economics – A Libertarian Perspective, Nimbin, 1986, 2pp, in PP 1,021.
SPAIN, DAVID, Scenario for the Eighties; Legal Structures for Intentional Communities; Politics to End Politics; Formation of a ‘New Age’ City State – the humanist perspective; Co-operative Communities, 5 papers, 1980-1983, 29x, in PP 613.
SPANGLER, MARK B., Review, 3pp, of: SENNHOLZ, MARY, Faith &Freedom: A Biographical Sketch of a Great American, John Howard Pew, 1975, 179pp: 231, in PP 1529-33.
SPANISCHE REVOLUTION, I, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 26, 48 S., in PP 1156: ROLLER, ARNOLD, Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung in Spanien, 1848 – 1907, 36 S., & SCHMUECK JOCHEN, Nachtrag: Die Periode bis zur Gruendung der CNT, 1907 – 1910, 6 S., in PP 1156.
SPANISCHE REVOLUTION, II, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 27, RODRIGUEZ, D., Was sind die CNT und die FAI? 48 S., in PP 1157.
SPANISCHE REVOLUTION, III, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 28, 32 S., A. Souchy – G. Leval, Kollektivierungen in Spanien, 1936 – 1939, in PP 1157. Enthaelt: SOUCHY, AUGUSTIN, Die Kollektivierung in Katalonien, 14 S., aus Nacht ueber Spanien, o.J. & LEVAL, GASTON, Kollektive in Spanien, 15 S., aus Social Reconstruction in Spain, 1938.
SPANISCHE REVOLUTION, IV, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 29: 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.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR, See: CAPLAN, BRYAN, The Anarcho-Statists of Spain: An Historical, Economic and Philosophical Analysis of Spanish Anarchism, n.d., 54pp, in PP 1541/42. – A long overdue correction . – J.Z.
SPANISH REVOLUTION, PP 876, 1028/29, 1140, 1156/7. (I heard or read somewhere that ca. 3,000 titles exist on the Spanish Revolution. I will not even try to get that kind of collection complete onto microfiche. However, there are so many anarchists sympathizing with that revolution. Why don’t they get active on this project? – J.Z.)
SPANISH REVOLUTION, See: ANARCHO-SYNDICALIST FEDERATION (MELBOURNE), INTERNATIONAL WORKERS’ ASSOCIATION, To the Daring Belongs the Future, Anarchist Achievements in the Spanish Revolution, 1986, 36pp: 83, in PP 1483. – Caesar, Mussolini, Lenin, Stalin, Franco, Hitler, Mao, Castro, Idi Amin, etc., etc., thought so, too! – Contains contributions by Souchy, Leval, Goldman, CNT, Ackelsberg, Kaplan et al. Much of it is in Spanish. Since these enthusiasts for these events have not always bothered to supply clearly legible print, why should I labour hard to make up for their deficiencies? Over 3,000 books have been written on this civil war and quite a few of them are accessible through anarchist book services. – J.Z. 20.5.98.
SPANISH REVOLUTION, See: ANON., Anarchism in Action, The Spanish Revolution, 48pp, n.d., in PP 1305/1306: 292-308.
SPANISH REVOLUTION, See: BERTHIER, RENE, May 1937; Counter – Revolution, 10pp: 836, in PP 1484/85. See: Bryan Caplan’s essay critical of the Spanish anarchists.
SPANISH REVOLUTION, See: LEVAL, GASTON, Collectives in Spain, Freedom Press, July 1945, 16pp, an abridged version of the first part of his pamphlet “Social Reconstruction in Spain”, 1938: 108, in PP 1493.
SPARK, II/9: A Nation of Mad Hatters by 2,000 A.D., 1p on mercury poisoning, in PP 1279.
SPARK, THE, A Newsletter of Contemporary Anarchist Thought, I/3, Sep. – October 1983, 8pp, in PP 998.
SPARKASSE BREGENZ, Goldsparplaene, 1986, 16pp, 29x, in PP 738. All optional value standard offers should be publicized much more. They indicate that the legal tender and correspondingly depreciating and fluctuating paper standard is no longer ruthlessly enforced everywhere. I wish the official CPI that determines my pension, would be replaced by an honest one – while inflation goes on. – J.Z.
SPARKS JOHN C., Every Man a Capitalist, 1p extract from his article “Production Unlimited” in “The Freeman”, March 1962, 24x, in PP 8.
SPARKS, BERTEL M., Caveat Emptor: The Consumer’s Badge of Authority, FEE, 5pp, in PP 998.
SPARKS, JOHN A., Review, 2pp, of: HOLZER, HENRY MARK, Editor, Government’s Money Monopoly, Books in Focus, N.Y., 227pp: 379, in PP 1529-33.
SPARKS, JOHN C., A prescription to Soothe One’s Wounds, 2pp: 163,in PP 1529-33.
SPARKS, JOHN C., Don’t Pamper the Rookies, 1p: 20, in PP 1529-33.
SPARKS, JOHN C., Falling on Deaf Ears, 4pp: 206, in PP 1529-33.
SPARKS, JOHN C., Production Unlimited, 11pp, 24x, in PP 64-65. – A VERY IMPORTANT article on liberation at work. Alas, a take-over bid by a large corporation ended that successful experiment. – J.Z. 12.6.98.
SPARKS, JOHN C., Zoned or Owned, 6pp, from THE FREEMAN, June 64, FEE, in PP 1086.
SPARROW, ROB, Anarchism & Organisation, 1p, in PP 1440/42: 609.
SPARROW, ROB, Anarchist Politics & Direct Action, 9pp: 52, in PP 1481.
SPARROW, ROB, Towards a Revolutionary Anarchist Party, 7pp, n.d., from the Visions of Freedom conference, 1/95, 7pp, in PP 474. – Revolutionaries who do not favour individual secessionism and exterritorial autonomy for all secessionist volunteers, do not deserve the name “revolutionaries”. They belong among the reactionaries and authoritarians of the worst type. In extreme cases, like those of Trotzky, they are prepared to sacrifice 75% of the population to achieve their victory. – J.Z.
SPARTACUS, Buggering the workers from both ends, 1p: 29, in PP 1488.
SPAULDING, E.G. History of the Legal Tender Paper Money issued during the Great Rebelliion, 1869, 1875, 356pp, with some notes by John Zube, in PP 1188.
SPEAKERS’ CORNERS, PP 228, see OPEN AIR SPEAKING.
SPEAR, R.S., Practical Anarchy: Spain, 7pp, in PP 1425: 54.
SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS: HESS, KARL, Special Interest Groups Offer Fertile Ground for Growth, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 404. – Aren’t they more interested in privileges and subsidies? – I think most of them are made up of statists. – J.Z.
SPECIAL INTERESTS & THE LAW, See: FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Prof., Special Interests & the Law, 5pp, 81, in PP 1450.
SPECIAL REPORTS, by Harry Brown, April 1, 1984 sample, 12pp, 48x, in PP 739.
SPECTATOR, THE, 11 July 1896, review of Hake & Wesslau, The Coming Individualism, in PP 787.
SPECTRUM, A Guide to the Independent Press and Informative Organizations, 15th ed., 69pp, 42x, in PP 637.
SPECTRUM, POLITICAL, See: CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES.
SPECULATION, PP 1021.
SPECULATION, See: STAINES, PAUL, The Benefits of Speculation, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334 – 35: 13.
SPECULATIVE LEGISLATION, PP 239.
SPEED LIMITS: BAXTER, JAMES J., 65, The Real Story, 2pp, on speed limit, in PP 1343/44: 1907.
SPEED LIMITS: ROSS, PHILIP, Zapping the Zappers, 3pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 470. – On fighting charges arising from speed cameras.
SPENCE, J.C. Property in Land, A Defence of Individual Ownership, 1897, 13pp, 24x, in PP 336.
SPENCE, J.C., contribution to A SYMPOSIUM ON THE LAND QUESTION, 1890, 4pp, 29x, in PP 356.
SPENCE, JAMES CARMICHAEL, THE CONSCIENCE OF THE KING, 1889, 280pp, 24x in PP 355.
SPENCE, LARRY D., The Myth of Natural Hierarchy, in: The Politics of Social Knowledge, University Park, Penn., The Pennsylvania State UP, 78, 1-22, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p720, headed: The Myth of Social Hierarchy.
SPENCE, THOMAS, See: DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George and also The Land Gospel according to Winstanley “The Digger”, 1899, 152pp, in PP 1259.
SPENCE, THOMAS, The Real Rights of Man, a lecture, 1775, 16pp, in PP 1264.
SPENCE, THOMAS; OGILVIE, WILLIAM & PAINE, THOMAS, The Pioneers of Land Reform, 1920, 184pp, including a 4pp introduction by M. Beer, in PP 1264. Paine’s contribution is excluded here since his AGRARIAN JUSTICE was already reproduced in PP 798.
SPENCER, CRAIG, SAMSON, HOWARD & ZUBE, JOHN, Comments to Plan 227 (on capitalist prison reform, in PP 13), discussing especially collective responsibility for convicts, 5pp, 1971, 24x, in PP 15.
SPENCER, CRAIG, The Parallel Economy, Spring 79, 6pp, 29x, in PP 243.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Business Principle, 3pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Few Americanisms, 2pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A listing of his works, 14pp, in form of the publisher’s advertisements, 24x in PP 246.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Problem, 3pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Record of Legislation, 4pp, with a sample of the proposed tabulation 1.) Reasons for the Enactment, 2.) Provisions of Enactment, 3.) Date and Title, 4.) Effects, 5.) Repeal, here reproduced on 10pp, 24x, in PP 200. – On computers this enlightening survey, suggested by this famous philosopher, could now be realized relatively easily. It would undermine the foundation of all legislative pretences of politicians. – It has all be tried before, again and again, and failed, again and again. The evidence is on record but has not been made easily accessible. Such a survey could do the job. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Rejoinder to Mr. McLennan, 22pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, A Symposium on the Land Question, a contribution only, 1890, 4pp, 29x, in PP 356.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Ability VERSUS Information, 2pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Absolute Political Ethics, 12pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Against the Metric System, 27pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, An Element in Method, 11p, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Anglo-American Arbitration, 2pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Aphorisms from the Writings of Herbert Spencer, selected and arranged by Julia Raymond Gingell, 1894, 172pp, 24x, in PP 189.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Auszug as den Kapiteln 19 und 21 aus “Soziale Zustaende”, 1850, ueber das Austrittsrecht aus dem Staat, 29x, in PP 399-401.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Bain on the Emotions and the Will, 24pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Barbaric Art, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Betrayed by his Trustees, 828.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Book-Distribution, 5pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Classification of the Sciences, The, 44pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Comparative Psychology of Man, The, 20pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Constitution of the Sun, The, 10pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Counter-Criticism, A, 12pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Currency, Postal Arrangements etc., chapter XXIX of SOCIAL STATICS, 1850, 10pp, in PP 804.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Developed Music, 13pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Development Hypothesis, The, 7pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Distinguished Dissenters, 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Education, Intellectual, Moral, and Physical, 183pp, indexed, from a 1929 edition, 24x, in PP 245.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Einleitung in das STUDIUM DER SOCIOLOGIE, nach der 2. Aufl., herausgegeben von Dr. Heinrich Marquardsen, in 2 Teilen, 263 & 273 S., in PP 898.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Essays, Scientific, Political & Speculative, volume I, library edition, 5th thousand, 1891, 481pp, in PP 829. – Note that the Index to this volume is continued in volume III.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Essays, Scientific, Political & Speculative, Volume II, 1891, 466pp, 29x, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Essays, Scientific, Political and Speculative, vol. III, 1891, 519pp, indexed, 36x, PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Estimates of Men, 2pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Euthanasia, 2pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Evolutionary Ethics, 8pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Exaggerations and Mis-Statements, 8pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Factors of Organic Evolution, The, 78pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Facts and Comments, 1902, 205pp, 24x, PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Feeling VERSUS Intellect, 6pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, From Freedom to Bondage, 26pp, 36x, in PP 201, 36x, in PP 202.
SPENCER, HERBERT, From Freedom to Bondage, 26pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Genesis of Science, The, 73pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Government by Minority, 1p, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Gracefulness, 6pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Gymnastics, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Herbert Spencer on the Americans and the Americans on Herbert Spencer, compiled by Edward L. Youmans, 1883, 96pp, from the Arno Press, 1973 reprint, 36x, in PP 370.
SPENCER, HERBERT, How to Improve Yourself Intellectually, n.d., 63pp, LBB No. 1614, in PP 1208.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Illogical Geology, 49pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Imperialism and Slavery, 10pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Le droit d’ignorer l’etat, presente et traduit de l’anglais par Joseph DeJan, 3pp, in PP 962.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Le Droit D’Ignorer L’Etat, translated by Joseph Dejan, 3pp, abbreviated, in PP 1,051.
SPENCER, HERBERT, M. de Laveleye’s Error, 12pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Man vs. the State, 1909, 94pp, in PP 204.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Manners and Fashion, 51pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Meyerbeer, 3pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Mill versus Hamilton – The Test of Truth, 30pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Morals and Moral Sentiments, 20pp, 24x, in PP 200 & in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Mr. Martineau on Evolution, 18pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Nebular Hypothesis, The, 74pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, On Laws in General, and the Order of their Discovery, 16pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, On Moral Education, 12pp from his: Education: Intellectual, Moral and Physical, in PP 984.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Origin and Function of Music, The, 52pp, in PP 380.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Origin of Animal Worship, The, 23pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Over-Legislation, 54pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Parliamentary Georgites, 3pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Parliamentary Reform: The Dangers and the Safeguards, 29pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Party-Government, 7pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Patriotism, 3pp, in PP 1,027.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Patriotism, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Personal Beauty, 13pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Perverted History, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Philosophy of Style, The, 37pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Physiology of Laughter, The, in PP 380.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Political Fetichism, 8pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Postscript to THE MAN VERSUS THE STATE, 6pp, 24x, in PP 204.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Postscript, to The Man vs. The State, 9pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, PP 373 – 375, 821, 828, Bibliography in 204. – By now I have most of his published writings and sooner or later they will all appear in this series. – J.Z.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Preface to: F. Howard COLLINS, Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy of Herbert Spencer, 5th ed., the philosophy completed and in part revised, 1901, 711pp, indexed, in PP 820 & 821.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Presence of Mind, 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Principles are Inflexible, 2pp, from Social Statics, in PP 1418: 14.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Prison Ethics, 40pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Prof. Green’s Explanations, 12pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Prof. Tait on the Formula of Evolution, 16pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Professor Cairnes’s Criticisms, 4pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Progress: Its Law and Cause, 55pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Railway Morals and Railway Policy, 61pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Reasons for Dissenting from the Philosophy of M. Comte, 27pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Re-Barbarization, 12pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Regimentation, 8pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Replies to Criticism, 103pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Representative Government – What Is It Good For? 43pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Sanitation in Theory and Practice, 6pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, see ELLIOT, HUGH: Herbert Spencer, N.Y. 1917, 337pp, indexed, with a short bibliography, in PP 1,043.
SPENCER, HERBERT, See: BEALE, TRUXTUN, The Man versus The State, A collection of Essays by Herbert Spencer, edited by Truxtun Beale, with critical and interpretative comments by William Howard Taft, Charles W. Eliot, Elihu Root, Henry Cabot Lodge, David Jayne Hill, Nicholas Murray Butler, E.H. Gary, Harlan F. Stone, Augustus P. Gardner, 1916, 368pp, in PP 1316 : 1- 89.
SPENCER, HERBERT, See: MACPHERSON, HECTOR, Spencer and Spencerism, 1900, 244pp, in PP 1324: 54.
SPENCER, HERBERT, See: Underwood, B.F., in PP 496.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Social Evolution and Social Duty, 3pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Social Organism, The, 43pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Social Statics, 1850, 1970 reproduction of the original, unabridged edition, indexed, 442pp, 36x, PP 184.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Some Light on Use-Inheritance, 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Some Musical Heresies, 9pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Some Questions, 3pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Some Regrets, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Sources of Architectural Types, The, 6pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Specialized Administration, 44pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Specialized Administration, 47pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Spontaneous Reform, 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, State Tamperings with Money and Banks, 32pp, 1858, in PP 201 & 804..
SPENCER, HERBERT, State-Education, 8pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Style, and Style Continued, 10pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Americans, 22pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Bookselling-Question, 2pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Closing Hours, 2pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Collective Wisdom? 6pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Coming Slavery, 20pp, 24x, in PP 204, 33pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Corruption of Music, 2pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Data of Ethics, 1879, 1907, 270pp, 24x, PP 241.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Duty of the State, 12pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Ethics of Kant, 26pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Great Political Superstition, 23pp, 24x, in PP 204, 38pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Man versus the State, 1884, 1909, 94pp, 24x, in PP 204.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Morals of Trade, 39pp, 36x, in PP 201.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The New Toryism, 14pp, 24x, in PP 204, 22pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Origin of Music, 7pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Principles of Sociology, here only reviewed, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, by J.H.A., in 6pp, 29x, in PP 373-375.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Principles of Sociology, Vol. II, Part V: Political Institutions, 465pp, indexed, 29x, PP 236.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Proper Sphere of Government, 1843, with an introduction by George H. Smith, 38pp, in PP 1,007. Smith’s introduction is 3pp, and taken from the Rampart INDIVIDUALIST. The booklet is here reproduced with a 3pp review by Kenneth R. Gregg, Jr., of Frank Chodorov’s Fugitive Essays.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Purpose of Art, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Pursuit of Prettiness, 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Reform of Company-Law, 8pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Regressive Multiplication of Causes, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Right to Ignore the State, 1851, chapter 19 of SOCIAL STATICS, was in early peace plans reproduced only in segments, 24x, in PP 3-12, under various headings & with some comments, in extracts, 36x, in PP 61-63.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Rights of Children, from “Social Statics”, 1850, 48x, in PP 589/590.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Sins of Legislators, 26pp, 24x, in PP 204, 42pp, in PP 1316.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Social Organism, 43pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, The Study of Sociology, 1873, from the 12th ed., 1885, 446pp, 29x, PP 196.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Transcendental Physiology, 45pp, in PP 829.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Ultimate Questions, 4pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Use and Beauty, 5pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Vaccination, 3pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Valuation of Evidence, THE, 7pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Various Fragments, 1897, 156pp, together with 2 essays from Vol. I of his ESSAYS: The Social Organism, 43pp & Morals and Moral Sentiments, 20pp, 24x, in PP 200.
SPENCER, HERBERT, Views Concerning Copyright, 45pp, 24x, in PP 200. (Contains interesting information on the slow and small sales of his own books, which he was, initially, forced to publish himself. J.Z.)
SPENCER, HERBERT, Weather Forecasts, 6pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, HERBERT, What Is Electricity? 20pp, in PP 830.
SPENCER, HERBERT, What Should the Sceptic Say to Believers? 5pp, 24x, in PP 199.
SPENCER, JAMES, The Heresy of Socialism, 95, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 189. – Socialism embraces dozens of different “heresies”. Some forms of it are voluntary, capitalistic and entrepreneurial. One should not equate these forms with territorial, totalitarian or State socialism. – J.Z., 30.9.97.
SPENCER, MARTIN E., Plato and the Anatomy of Constitutions, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 5, Fall 78, 95-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p805, headed: Plato and Constitutions.
SPENDING CUTS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Spending cuts blocked, 1p: 121, in PP 1515.
SPERRY RAND CORPORATION, Some Facts about the Most Efficient Food Producers on Earth, 2pp adv., 76, in PP 1317: 132-133.
SPERRY, R.W., Bridging Science and Values: A Unifying View of Mind and Brain, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST 33, 1977, 237-245, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p181. Headed: Self-Determination.
SPIEGELMAN, ARTHUR, JFK had a secret wife, says writer, 1p clipping, 1997: 109, in PP 1492. – Many truths on many politicians are revealed only years to decades after their deaths. As e.g. with Clinton, I would not mind his many affairs – if he had not posed as a faithful family and religious man at the same time – and as “a great leader”. – J.Z.
SPIES, ANDRE, 1.) Project: Solution Parties, 1986, 1p, 2.) Project: Manahatta, 1986, 1p, 36x in PP 736. See also under Freenetwork.
SPIES, ANDRE, compiler, Further Freenetwork Material, to August 1986, 105pp, 29x, in PP 657.
SPIES, ANDRE, Freenetwork II, description and correspondence, 1985, 99pp, 29x, in PP 555.
SPIES, ANDRE, Freenetwork information, microfiched, vol. VI, 126pp, 29x, PP 690.
SPIES, ANDRE, Freenetwork, 2nd. ed., 1984, with some correspondence & notes, 125pp, 29x, PP 553.
SPIES, ANDRE, Meta-Information, Vol. 1, here a 2pp leaflet only, advertising it, in PP 1445: 94.
SPIES, ANDRE, Meta-Information, vol. 1, the basics, 1983, 311pp, 29x, PP 580.
SPIES, ANDRE, Voluntaryism, Hallucination and Magic, 3rd. ed., 1985, with further Freenetwork correspondence, AIL No. 1-3, 105 pp, with 20 pages of various libertarian clippings and leaflets, 29x, PP 579.
SPIES, PP 1018.
SPILLANE, RICHARD, Taxing Enterprise, 7pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.
SPINOZA, BARUCH, See: BROWNE, LEWIS, Blessed Spinoza, a biography of the philosopher, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas, 1932, BOOK II ONLY, pages 147 -334, indexed, with illustrations and some discussion of his work. Covering the period from his expulsion from the Jewish community in Amsterdam to his death. In PP 1196. Vol. I is not on hand. – J.Z.
SPIRIT OF LAW, THE, Vol. 1, No. 3, June 89, sample, 8pp, containing an excellent article by Lee A. Holley: We Live in Dangerous Times, 2pp, on autonomous juries, 29x, in PP 870.
SPIRIT OF THE LAW, date obliterated, mailed Aug. 89, 8pp, Special Back to School Issue, 29x, in PP 928.
SPIRIT OF THE LAW, THE, sample, No. & date missing or obliterated by P.O., 8pp, Special Second Amendment Issue, reduced, 29x, in PP 929.
SPNT, The Society for the Promotion of Nutritional Therapy: The Rising Threat to Our Right to Buy Vitamins, 3p: 61,75,114, in PP 1293/95.
SPONTANEOUS ORDER, PP 1052-61 (Sc.Notes 6), 1127/28.
SPOONER – TUCKER DOCTRINE, Pro & Con, PP 391, 564.
SPOONER – TUCKER, ROTHBARD ECONOMICS, Pro & Con, 13pp, in PP 1386/91: 1014.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, A Letter to Grover Cleveland, in LIBERTY, Nos. 63ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, C 0 L L E C T E D W O R K S, with a 20pp alphabetical index by Carl Watner, 24x, in PP 111-134.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Forced Consent, ca. 2pp: 114, in PP 1481. – You make your own “discoveries” in these old records. – J.Z.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Gold and Silver as Standards of Value: The Flagrant Cheat in Regard to them, 27pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, 29x, in PP 373-375. (He should have attacked them only as EXLUSIVE standards and not as OPTIONAL ones. J.Z.)
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Natural Law Contrasted with Legislation, an excerpt from Natural Law or the Science of Justice, 5pp, Laissez Faire Penny Pamphlet # 2, in PP 1156.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Natural Law, or the Science of Justice, 1882, 4pp, 24x, in PP 80-82, 48x, in PP 589/590 (Small print, very hard to read at this reduction.), 16pp, 24x, in PP 111-134. 4pp, in PP 961. – Bears re-reading. – J.Z.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, No Treason, No. 1, & No Treason, No. II, The Constitution of No Authority, 1867, 1972, 30pp, 29x, in PP 225. 1p extract in PP 1166.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, On Taxation, from Works, vol. II, pp 222-224, 3pp, 24x, in PP 336.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Our Financiers: Their Ignorance, Usurpations, and Frauds, 17pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, May 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, PP 111 – 134, 243, 336, 915,
SPOONER, LYSANDER, See PHILLIPS, WENDELL, Review of Lysander Spooner’s Essay on the Unconstitutionality of Slavery, reprinted from the ANTI-SLAVERY STANDARD, with additions by Wendell Phillips, Boston, 1847, 1969, 95pp, in PP 1149.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Taxation as Theft, 1p. from: “No Treason…”, in PP 1382/85: 251.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, The Constitution of No Authority, 1p extract in PP 1166.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, The Law of Prices: A Demonstration of the Necessity for an Indefinite Increase of Money, 12pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375. – Inaccurate formulations like this one have done inestimable harm to the cause of monetary freedom. There should be no PRESCRIBED limit but simply a continuously changing one, set by a free market in this sphere, depending upon the acceptance, reflux and clearing foundation of the issuers, the reliability of the value standard they adopted, combined with the right to refuse the acceptance of exchange media, that one has not obliged oneself to accept, either altogether or at par. All material assets cannot be turned into as liquid ones as currencies are but only into capital securities, with a limited circulation. – J.Z.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress prohibiting Private Mails, 1844, 24pp, in PP 496. – 155% enlarged and with the flawed print also somewhat hand-corrected by me. – J.Z.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress Prohibiting Private Mails, 1844, 15pp, with a 1973, 1p introduction by Antony C. Sutton, in PP 1,007. 4pp, with notes by C. Sutton & Bob Black, in PP 1,019.
SPOONER, LYSANDER, Vices are not Crimes, review by ROBERT COOKE, 3pp: 102, in PP 501.
SPOONER, Peter, The Mountains their Classroom, 1974, 1p, 36X, in PP 714
SPOONER’S ISLAND COMMUNITY, criticism by Edward Standwood, PP 373/75.
SPORT AND POLITICS, See: MCWIRTHER, ROSS, Sport and Politics, 13pp, 55, in PP 1450.
SPORTS STADIUMS, subsidized, PP 1103/4, 1105. Why should any as popular activity as sports be subsidized at all? That amounts, via taxes, to a coercive exploitation of those not interested in sports. – J.Z.
SPORTS, PP 1139,
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Cooperation – The Economic Solution, 1935, 32pp, 29x, in PP 548.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Freedom and its Fundamentals, 1923, 255pp, indexed, in PP 481.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Liberty and the Great Libertarians, An Anthology on Liberty, A Hand-book of Freedom, edited, and compiled, with preface, introduction, index and “Laconics” of liberty, by C.T. Sprading, 1913, 1972, 549pp, 24x, PP 220-221. – Probably the best and most comprehensive of the older surveys. – J.Z.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Mutual Service and Cooperation, L.A., 1930, 127pp, in PP 956.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Positive and Constructive Freedom and the Struggle for Rights and Freedom, New York, 1959, 50pp, in PP 981.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Publisher’s notice only, 1p, in PP 1401: 113.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., Real Freedom, 1954, indexed, 103pp, in PP 959.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., The Ethics of Cooperation, 1934, 32pp, 29x, in PP 667.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., The Science of Materialism, N.Y., 1942, indexed, 189pp, in PP 1,094.
SPRADING, CHARLES T., The World State Craze, 1954, indexed, 109pp, in PP 959. – I seek all writings of Charles T. Sprading for microfiching. – J.Z.
SPRAGUE, KEN & DEE, The Inscription over the Judge said: “Reason Is the Life of the Law”, 67, 1p, anti-vaccination stand, in PP 1386/91: 25. – Those too young to be vaccinated, not yet fully vaccinated or not 100 % protected by it, do have a case for segregation from those who did not want to be vaccinated. To force all of them together in one school or class is certainly wrong. Let all of them wear corresponding buttons and keep apart as much as they like, according to their position on this. – J.Z., 21. Feb. 97.
SPRING, JOEL H., Anarchism and Education: The Dissenting Tradition, 1971, slightly shortened edition, 13pp: 56, in PP 1501.
SPRINGER, WILLIAM M., Protection Dogmas, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 602.
SPRINGFIELD FEDERALIST, THE, No. 7, May 16, 1990, 3pp, in PP 1132.
SPRINKLES, A., The Virtues of von Mises, Part I, 3pp: 16. Part II, 5pp: 20, in PP 1479.
SPUNK ARCHIVE, THE, Other Political Views, 1998, 1p, in PP 1534:102. On what these anarchists found interesting of libertarian etc. literature. They do offer a kind of A – Z encyclopaedic compilation of short entries on anarchism, which I have not yet downloaded. – J.Z.
SPUNK PRESS, Anarchist Contact List on the INTERNET, Nov. 94, 14pp, in PP 474.- See: Addresses, Directories.
SPUNK PRESS, Catalog, 1994, 19pp, in PP 474. Print-out from the INTERNET, where it offers mainly short selections from anarchist classics. See: Literature Lists, Bibliographies.
SPUNK PRESS, Numeric Catalog, 24pp, 13 May 1997, in PP 1538: 112. Length of the texts is given in KBs. Most are rather short.
SPUNK PRESS, Printout of its computerized catalog of anarchist texts available on line, 19pp. Obtained at the computer corner of the Visions of Freedom anarchist conference in Sydney, 95. In PP ??? 474?
SQUATTING IN OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES, PP 679. (Private squatting does now even get some assistance from the main squatter, the government. J.Z.)
SRAF, BULLETIN, 104.5, Sep. 1988, 11 pp, sample, 29x, in PP 877.
SRAF, The Anarchist Solution to the Problem of Crime, new directions series pamphlet, 8pp, in PP 1156.
ST. GEORGE BUILDING SOCIETY, Circular, 6 Mar. 92, 1p, on conversion to a bank, with 2pp reply by ZUBE, JOHN, 15.3.93, opposing this conversion, in PP 25.
ST. JOSEPH NEWS PRESS, Land Tax in Germany, 1p in PP 1265.
STABILIZATION, ECONOMIC”, PP 397, 418/19p104,
STACEY, WILLIAM, Libertarianism in Australia’s “New Enlightenment”, in a synopsis by H.L. Soper, for the Progress Party of N.S.W., 4pp, in PP 1214.
STAFFORD, LANNON, We’d rather Fight, 2pp, in PP 499.
STAGFLATIONS, PP 290.
STAINES, PAUL, Acid House Parties Against the Lifestyle Police & the Safety Nazis, 1991, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 55, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
STAINES, PAUL, Human Rights and the Inevitability of Politics, 1990, 2pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 18, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (More complete human rights declarations, like some of the ca. 100 private ones collected in PP 589 & 590, would end territorial politics as usual and leave only something like exterritorial “office politics” among volunteers. See my On Panarchy series. Almost all ideas, terms, institutions and processes of politics need rethinking from this angle. – J.Z.)
STAINES, PAUL, The Benefits of Speculation, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334 – 35: 13.
STALIN, See: BARROW, STUART, Stalin’s Usurpation of Power. A Libertarian Analysis, HISTORICAL NOTES No. 27, 4pp: 35, in PP 1487.
STALIN, See: SYDNEY HOOK, Stalin, Mystery and Legacy, Review of: 3 books on Stalin, 2pp: 78, in PP 1468. – If it were not for the fact that under the present territorial system other Stalins might come to power, many of the victims of Stalin would be more worth writing about. Do YOU know of ANYTHING worthwhile that Stalin has said or written? – J.Z.
STALIN: WHEELER-NICHOLSON, MALCOLM, Calling Stalin’s Bluff, 3pp, in PP 1411/12 : 201. – On hitting a dictatorship like Stalin’s from the inside.
STAMM, ED to ZUBE, JOHN, 14 June 95(?), 2pp: 12, in PP 1475.
STAMM, ED to ZUBE, JOHN, 30 Aug. 92, 1p: 5, in PP 1475.
STAMM, ED to ZUBE, JOHN, 7 June 92, 2pp: 2, in PP 1475.
STAMM, ED, et al, Consent or Coercion? An anarchist case for social transformation and answers to questions about anarchism, 21pp, n.d., printed by Fred Woodworth, Tucson, received 3/95, with 3pp of notes by John Zube, in PP 1254..
STAMM, ED, For a Moderate Anarchism, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.
STAMM, ED, Thoughts on Communitarian Anarchism, 2pp: 70, in PP1528.
STAMM, ED, Why I oppose draft registration, 2pp, in PP 1110.
STAMM, ED., Anarchism, a mini-leaflet, 1998, 1p: 384, in PP 1510/11. See comments by John Zube, ibid.
STAMMER, DON, comments to Milton Friedman on Taxation and Inflation, 1981, 2pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397.
STAMMLER, RUDOLF, Die Theorie des Anarchismus, 1894, 44pp, 29x, in PP 549.
STANDARD CATALOG OF WORLD PAPER MONEY, 7th. ed., vol. I, Specialized Issues, ed. by BRUCE, COLIN R., II & SHAFER, NEIL, editors, & vol. II, General Issues, by PICK, ALBERT, BRUCE, COLIN, II & SHAFER, NEIL. – STANDARD CATALOG OF DEPRESSION SCRIP OF THE U.S., 1st. ed., by MITCHELL, RALPH & SHAFER, NEIL, Krause Publications. Publications notices only, from the Internet, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 416.
STANDARD, THE, Common Market for West Pacific, 1/2p, 29x, in PP 1 & 2.
STANDARD, THE, Lawrence, Kansas, Motto: “Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest may repair…” – Washington. II/2 – II/5, Octl. 62 – April 63, 82pp, in PP 1132. First seen by me in 1990! Excellent by my standards. Some of its articles are separately listed under the authors. Please help to get all issues of this journal microfilmed! – J.Z.
STANDARDIZATION OF MEASUREMENTS: WATNER, CARL, Who’s To Say”, Part 1, 10pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1643. – On the standardization of measurements, privately or by governments?
STANDARDS OF VALUE, Gold and Silver, con: PP 373 – 375 (Spooner), 645, 865 (Hayek, Borsodi & Swann). Nothing less than free choice of value standards could possibly satisfy all but those with totalitarian aspirations. – J.Z.
STANDING ARMIES, PP 1 & 2, 624, 1153, see also Kant: Eternal Peace.
STANGER, JOHN, What Is a Barter Credit Worth? SELF-RELIANT, 4/5-1983, 3pp, 29x, in PP 865.
STANISZKIS, JADWIGA, On Some Contradictions of Socialist Society: The Case of Poland, SOVIET STUDIES 31, April l79, 167-187, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1112, headed: Polish State Bureaucracy.
STANWOOD, EDWARD, Mr. Spooner’s Island Community, 4pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, November 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.
STAPLETON, JOHN, Bacteria-free foods ripen in the glow of a nuclear future. Would you buy irradiated produce? 1p, A. 16.4.96, in PP 1367/68: 247.
STAPLETON, JOHN, World Still At War: 35 Million Dead since 1945, clipping from The Sydney Morning Herald, Sept. 14, 1987, 2pp, with a note by J.Zube, 42x, in PP 659. According to recent radio news, there were in any year since 1945 ca. 30 wars going on and in 1992 even 60! Were WWI and WW II as widely spread? Perhaps their combined losses have already been exceeded? – J.Z.
STAR SPANGLED SPENDERS, A Transcript of a Television Program, produced by Amagin, Erie, 23pp, n.d., with some comments by Walter Williams, Milton Friedman, Sen. W. Proxmire, William Simon et al, in PP 997. See WILLIAMS, WALTER, Star Spangled Spenders, An Expanded Commentary, 13pp, in PP 997.
STAR WARS & HIROSHIMA, PP 1165.
STARBATTY, JOACHIM, Zur Umkehrung des Greshamschen Gesetzes bei Entnationalisierung des Geldes, 1982, 24 S., in PP 805.
STARBOARD, Detroit, Reason – Not Rhetoric, I/4 (May 70), II/9 (71), 16pp, in PP 1112.
STARCHILD, ADAM, A Libertarian Nation? 1p, in PP 1404/06: 245. – On the Maroons of Jamaica.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Arbitration: An Alternative Legal System, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Campione, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 280. – A backroad route into Switzerland residency? Only in an emergency, when nothing better is on offer! I was not too pleased with Swiss statism during my short stay in Switzerland, in 1959, before I had the chance to emigrate to Australia. – J.Z.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Nomadic Survival, the PT concept inspired by Harry Schultz, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 110.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Rape as Punishment, 1p, 90, in PP 1343/44: 1977.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Rape as Punishment, 1p, in PP 1132. (Rape in prisons. But note that that is usually done by prisoners against prisoners. Conjugal and girl friend visits should be allowed, mainly because such visitors are usually not criminals but also punished by coercive separation. – J.Z.
STARCHILD, ADAM, Tax Havens, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 297.
STARCHILD, ADAM, The Altering of Court Transcripts, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 2013. – Almost all bureaucrats habitually “purify” or censor or lose records, to cover themselves. That begins with secrecy acts and the “editing” of parliamentary debates in their records. – J.Z.
STARCHILD, ADAM, The Drug Issue, 1p extract from LIBERTY MAG, in PP 1382/85: 403.
STARCHILD, ADAM, The Maroons of Jamaica: A Libertarian Enclave? 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
STARR, TIM, How to Win USENET Debates, TACTICAL NOTES 18, 4pp: 103, in PP 1487.
STARR, TIMM, Capitalist Enclave Swallowed up by One-Party State, 1p: 122. On the closure of ISIL book store in S.F.: 123, in PP 1472. – Sydney’s libertarian book store did not last long, either. But in spite of all these difficulties, libertarian and book mailers have not yet united for a common listing, nor have libertarians made sufficient use of alternative media so far, which would make expensive shop-front stores unnecessary. The predominantly anti-free market book stores of the anarchists fared a bit better, since their members did not expect to make profits anyhow. Two of them still battle on in Sydney alone. I do not have a list of those in the rest of the world. General bookshops, combined with coffee houses, have become somewhat fashionable but libertarians are not among these pioneers, either. Nor have they drawn one of the conclusions from their small numbers: Concentrate on affordable media, individual secessionism and exterritorial autonomy for volunteer communities – for libertarians, anarchists and all others, establishing a new federation of all as tolerant minority groups. Nor have the free marketeers studied the micro-economics of affordable alternative media as yet, nor the marketing requirements for all new and radical ideas, e.g. a special ideas archive and information service. – ISIL had planned a large libertarian directory but the closure of the store-front bookshop might have delayed that project. New Zealand libertarians had planned a 1000pp libertarian bibliography but seem to have run into the usual financial difficulties. But Chris Tame seems to feel still sure that his planned 3 volume bibliography of ca. 1,800 pp will come out soon. I do hope that he is right but do not see any good reason why neither of these projects made use of their microfiche, floppy disk, ZIP disk, CD-ROM or on-line publishing options. Why remain addicted to expensive paper tigers? – PIOT, J.Z., 19. May 1998.
STASSINOPOULOS, ARIANNA, After Reason, Stein & Day, 240pp, 2pp review only, by JSEPH C. TOWLE: 313, in PP 1529- 33.
STATE & CLASS, PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 8).
STATE & ECONOMY, SEPARATION, PP 242, 1074.
STATE & ETHICS, PP 239.
STATE & MONOPOLY, PP 1074.
STATE ADVERSARY, THE, Wellington, Magazine of the Anarchist Alliance of Aotearoa, No. 18, 9/91, 10pp, in PP 1,034. – No. 23, Spring 94 & No.24, Summer 95, 32pp, in PP 26.
STATE ADVERSARY, THE, Wellington, Nos. 23 & 24, Spring 94 & Sum. 95, 32pp, in PP 26.
STATE AS ENEMY, PP 55. 369, 405/406, 424, 1001, see NOCK.
STATE AS ORGANIZED CRIME, PP 1150.
STATE BANKRUPTCIES, clipping in PP 787 on Burma. See Prof. MANES: Staatsbankrotte: PP 635 (in German).
STATE BANKRUPTCY, See: TIMM, UWE, Der Staatsbankrott, 4 S.: 118, in PP 1456. – But especially see the classic: MANES, Staatsbankrotte, in PP 635. Like so many important works it has not yet been translated into other major languages. – All the old mistakes are repeated over and over again, in ignorance and under prejudices. See also PP 19C on how libertarians could bankrupt a State with overwhelming support from the electorate, simply by guaranteeing each of them, in form of securities, his share in all remaining government assets. – No one else could offer them as much before an election and could keep his promise. In Australia pro head over 1 million dollars (in capital assets only) would be “available” for this. An L.P. could finance its campaign to victory via a commission or brokerage fee on this largest ever capital deal or take-over bid. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
STATE INTERFERENCE, PP 420, 424,
STATE INTERVENTIONISM, PP 420, 424,
STATE PAPER MONEY, The Older German Legislation, PP 641.
STATE RESEARCH BULLETIN 31, article: Nuclear Weapons and the Law, 1982, 9pp, 42x, in PP 650.
STATE SOCIALISM, See: BUTLER, ERIC D., Steps Towards the Monopoly State, in PP 1447/49.
STATE TAMPERINGS WITH MONEY AND BANKS, PP 201 & 804.
STATE THEORY OF MONEY, PP 797/8, see PAPER MONEY, TAX FOUNDATION, LEGAL TENDER, CENTRAL BANKING.
STATE vs. MAN, PP 204.
STATE, CRIMINAL STATE, PP 243.
STATE, Deconstruction of it, according to Gesell, PP 735 & 957
STATE, DEMYSTIFICATION, PP 852, see Encyclopedia of Refutations, Slogans for Liberty, Prejudices, Libertarian Encyclopedia, Ideas Archive.
STATE, LAWLESS, PP 225,
STATE, LIMITS OF THE, PP 395, 786. See also W.v. HUMBOLDT.
STATE, Mises’ Concept of the State, an anarchist alternative, PP 997. Compare: On Panarchy. The Misean State is good for Miseans! At least until they get sick of it, too. – Let them have it! – J.Z.
STATE, Monetary Principle of Modern Totalitarian States, PP 428ff:S.2309,
STATE, NUCLEAR POWER AND NUCLEAR “WEAPONS”, PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401, 1140, STATE, ORIGIN, PP 828, 1115. See also Oppenheimer (320) & Bourne.
STATE, PP 205, 331, 391, 395, 525, 599, 711, 733, 890, 1092, 1115, 1123, 1154, 1158, see Government, Nationalism, Territorialism, Competing Governments, On Panarchy, Individual Secessionism, Exterritorial Autonomy for Volunteer Communities.
STATE, See: MCDONAGH, DAVID, Is the State Based on mere Dogma? 8pp: 115, in PP 1505.
STATE, See: MUELLER, THOMAS, Der Aberglaube an den Staat, 4 S.: 50, in PP 1456.
STATE, See: SAMS, GREGORY, Uncommon Sense. The State Is Out of Date, 2pp leaflet: 99, in PP 1516. 4pp, the first 4 chapters of the book, which has 33 chapters, POLITICAL NOTES No. 147: 101, in PP 1516. – Correction: The TERRITORIAL STATE is out of date. The time for the STATE (or free society) that has only voluntary members and is only exterritorially autonomous, has come. See: ONPANARCHY. – J.Z.
STATE, TAKEOVER BY MIGRATION, PP 6. Compare: AMERICANISM, EMIGRATION, New Country Movement, MINI SECESSIONS, IMMIGRATION, FORT COLLINS PROJECT by Mary Margaret Glennie, Ocean Freedom, Retreatism, ALTERNATIVE INSTITUTIONS and the internal “emigration” into exterritorial autonomy, intended by panarchism. (ON PANARCHY)
STATE, THE, See BOURNE, RANDOLPH, OPENHEIMER, FRANZ, ANARCHISM, SYNDICALISM; O’SULLIVAN, JOHN & HODGSON, PATRICIA, The Expanding State, 21pp, 5, in PP 1450.
STATE, THE, 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.
STATE, TO EACH THE STATE OF HIS DREAMS, PP 281.
STATE, WAR & PEACE, PP 391 & 408 (Rothbard).
STATE, WITHERING AWAY? PP 418/1p19. Not without individual secessionism and voluntary taxation, expressed especially in “competing governments” or exterritorially autonomous communities. – J.Z.
STATELESS PERSONS, INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION, striving for autonomy, PP 388,
STATELESS POLITICS OF MELANESIA, pp 418/19p305.
STATELESS SOCIETIES, ANCIENT IRELAND, pp 369, STATELESSNESS, pp 392. Compare Solneman’s World Federation of Stateless Persons: 388. See: Cosmopolitan Union, Individual Secessionism, On Panarchy.
STATEMENT OF NUCLEAR WARRIORS, 2p, in PP 1371/72: 387.
STATISM, PP 176/77 (Butler, Ed.), 307, 925, 1016. See BOETIE.
STATISM, See: STROMBERG, JOSEPH R., American Monopoly Statism, 4pp, in PP 1312/1314: 81. See: ON PANARCHY, INDIVIDUAL SECESSIONISM, HUMAN RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS.
STATISTICS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Hazards of Statistics, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.
STATUS QUO, See: FRIEDMAN, MILTON & ROSE, Tyranny of the Status Quo, N.Y., Harcourt, 182pp, review only, 3pp, by JOHNCHAMBERLAIN: 588, in PP 1529-33. – Territorial politics is the essence of that policy. Let all dissenters opt out – to do their own things to and for themselves. – PIOT, J.Z., 11.9.1998.
STEBBINS, ROBERT A., The Social Psychology of Selfishness, CANADIAN REVIEW OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 18, 1, 1981, 82-92, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1466, headed: The Psychology of Selfishness.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Accidental Refutation of the Moral, 3pp on Dario Fo’s play, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, in PP 925.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Alice in Wonderland II, on: THE PASSION OF AYN RAND, 8pp, in PP 925.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Apocalypse? No. A review of Hayek’s “1980’s Unemployment and the Unions”, in 9pp, in PP 925.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Attempted Theft of an Organisation, 11pp: 67, in PP 1504.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Free Speech, 2pp, LA leaflet, 29x, in PP 424.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Free Speech, 3pp, early leaflet of LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, London, in PP 1407: 152.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, In Search of Feasible Socialism: Review of: NOVE, ALEC, The Economics of Feasible Socialism, London, Allen & Unwin, 1984, 7pp: 105, in PP 1505.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Is Socialism Impossible? The Libertarian Alliance, London (2), 1981, 16pp, in PP 788. (I have so far been unable to make contact with this second L.A. in London, in spite of several mailings and visits to their given address, 9 Poland St. None of the other residents there knew of them, not even the bookshop people at this address and there was no sign up. Nevertheless, this address was given even much later. At least I would like to reproduce whatever worthwhile libertarian material they have put out. The original L.A., London, (1), via Chris Tame et al, has been very helpful. J.Z.)
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, The Case for Free Speech, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 45, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
STEELE, DAVID RAMSAY, Ulster: A Different View, 3pp, in PP 925.
STEELE, GEORGE R. to John Zube, 26 July 86 – 1 Jan. 87, John Zube to George Steele, 29 Sept. 86, 7pp, 48x, in PP 740.
STEELE, GEORGE R., correspondence with ZUBE, John, May 1982 – July 1986, on monetary freedom, nuclear war prevention, panarchism, computers, micrographics, individual liberty, revisionism, 158pp, 42x, in PP 644. See also under his INDIVIDUALIST JOURNAL.
STEELE, RAMSAY, No Computer Science without Striptease, 6pp: 218, in PP 1506/07.
STEELE, RICHARD W., Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Foreign Policy Critics, POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 94, Spring 79, 15-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1011, headed: Roosevelt vs. his War Critics.
STEENSGAARD, NIELS, Violence and the Rise of Capitalism: Frederic C. Lane’s Theory of Protection and Tribute, review 5, Fall 81, 247-273, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1572, headed: Violence, the State & the Rise of Capitalism.
STEEVER, A.W., Dr., Review of SCHIFF, IRWIN A., How Anyone Can Stop Paying Income Taxes, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1103. – If it were so easy, would anyone still pay it? – Those who believed in and openly insisted upon their constitutional and legal right not to pay taxes did usually land in gaol. Is there a survey of them that proves otherwise? – J.Z.
STEEVER, A.W., Dr., Washington’s Victory Won with “Hard Currency”, 1981 clipping, in PP 787.
STEGEMANN, HERBERT, Einleitung zu: “Hans, mein Freund und die Wasserratte, Wiesbadener Volksbuecher, 1910, Nr. 131, S. 3 bis ? & 8ff fehlen. – Ueber Mackay, in PP 1327: 105.
STEIMER, MOLLIE, see BLUESTEIN, ABE, Fighters for Anarchism, Mollie Steimer & Senya Fleshin.
STEIN, FRED, Strategy for Libertarians, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 186.
STEIN, FRED, Technology as the New Creator, 1p, in PP 1432/1439, in PP 1432/1439: 86.
STEIN, JEFF, Market Anarchism? Caveat Emptor! Review of: GRIFFIN, JOHN, A Structured Anarchism: An Overview of Libertarian Theory and Practice, Freedom Press, London, 1991, 38pp, in 2pp , in PP 1534: 104.
STEIN, JEFF, see MAXIMOFF, G.P., Syndicalists in the Russian Revolution, 1979 edition, 16pp, with “Afterward: relevance to workers in the 80/s”, by STEIN, JEFF, 8pp, in PP 1140.
STEIN, JEFF, The Syndicalist Ecology of Graham Purchase, 1993, 2pp, in PP 1535: 77.
STEIN, LORENZ VON, Die Volkswirtschaftslehre, hier nur ein Auszug ueber Papiergeld und Steuerfundation, aus der 2. Vollstaendig neuen Auflage, Wien, 1878, Auszug von 11 S., in PP 1,020.
STEINBECK, JOHN, East of Eden, Ch. 13/1, p.565-566, 1p: 56, in PP 1477. – An individualistic statement by a man NOT famous or infamous for them. – Many are individualistic in general statements but when they apply this vague individualism to practice then, because of their lack of economic knowledge and interest, they usually arrive at many misjudgments which help to make them famous among those who are similarly prejudiced. – J.Z.
STEINER, BOB, Is Forcible Interference Ever Justified? 3pp: 220, in PP 1506/07.
STEINER, BRADLEY J., Interview by Loompanics, 1980, on Self-Defence, 3pp, 29x, in PP 316-318.
STEINER, HILLEL, Nozick on Appropriation, MIND 87, Jan. 78, 109-110, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p521, headed: Nozick and the Lockean Proviso.
STEINER, HILLEL, Steiner’s Report, 6pp, on the L.A. split: 64, in PP 1504.
STEINER, MARC, Antwort an Kurt Zube, fuer Max Stirner Memorial Institute, 1 S., in PP 1329: 163.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Balzac, zu dessen hundertsten Geburtstag, 1899, 2 S., in PP 1327, bezieht sich auf Nietzsche.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Chronik, Aufruf des Berliner Giordano Bruno Bundes fuer einheitliche Weltanschauung, 1902, 2 S., in PP 1327, mit vielen anderen Unterzeichneten, den alten Gotteslaesterungs – Paragraphen endlich zu beseitigen. Anlass war eine Anklage gegen Schriften von Tolstoi! Nazis & Soviets offerierten auch eine “einheitliche” Weltanschauung. – J.Z.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Die Instinkte der Franzosen, 2 S., ueber Dreyfus & Zola, 1897, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Die Weltanschauung Dostojewskis und Tolstois, 1893, eine Besprechung von SAITSCHICK, R., derselbe Titel, 1 S., in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Dreyfus Briefe, 2 S., 1898, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Ein unbekannter Aufsatz von Max Stirner, 1900, Vorbemerkung zu: “Ueber Bruno Bauers …”, 2 S., in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Emile Zola an die Jugend, 3 S., 1898, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, John Henry Mackay’s Entwicklung, 1899, 3 S., in PP 1333: 30.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Literatenklugheit und Teufelsinsel, 1 S., ueber Dreyfus, 1898, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Maeterlinck, der “Freie Geist”, 1899, 3 S., bezieht sich auf Stirner und Nietzsche, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Max Stirner und Friedrich Nietzsche, 1892, 2 S., eine Besprechung von: SCHELLWIEN, ROBERT, Max Stirner und Friedrich Nietzsche, 1892, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Max Stirner, 1898, Besprechung von Mackay: Max Stirner, Sein Leben und sein Werk, 4 S., in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Veroeffentlichungen aus dem literarischen Fruehwerk, Heft XXIV, 1958, Verlag der Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Schweiz, 44 S., mit Namensverzeichnis, in PP 1327: 87.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Voila un Homme, betr. Max Stirner, 1898, 2 S., in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF, Zolas Schwur und die Wahrheit ueber Dreyfus, 1S., 1898, in PP 1327.
STEINER, RUDOLF: Bowral Rudolf Steiner School, leafet, 6pp, 1996, in PP 1417: 134.
STEINFELS, PETER, Neoconservatives and the Fear of Equality, DISSENT 26, Spring 79, 169-182, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p699, headed: Neoconservatives, Liberty and Equality.
STEINKLOPFER, DER, Ruf der Werktaetigen, Nr. 1, 1932, Herausgeber: Heinz Elm-Mann u. Kurt Zube, 22 S. Gedichte, in PP 1327: 99.
STELLA, ALGERNON A.M., The MX as “Wimp”, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1607.
STELTON, MODERN SCHOOL, see Cohen, Joseph J., in PP 955.
STEN, NIS OVE, Wozu noch Geldverdienen? 1988, 7 S., ueber Geldfreiheit: 124, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.
STENTON, MICHAEL, British Propaganda and Raison d’Etat, 1935-40, EUROPEAN STUDIES REVIEW 10, Jan. 80, 47-74, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1195, headed: Wartime Propaganda Tactics.
STEPELEVICH, LAWRENCE S., The Revival of Max Stirner, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, USA, 35, 1974, 323-328, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199,p84. Headed: Radical Individualism.
STEPHEN, LESLIE, Paine in the American Revolution, 12pp, in PP 1163.
STEPHENS, DON, Review of: ANGIER, BRADFORD: 1.) Survival with Style & 2.) Feasting Free on Wild Edibles, 1p: 69, in PP 1468.
STEPHENS, J.R., A plain declaration of rights, 1838, 6 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
STEPHENS, MICHAEL, Henry David Thoreau, American Anarchist, 2pp: 98, in PP 501.
STERBA, JAMES P., Distributive Justice, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 22, 1977, 55-80, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p520, headed: Balancing Needs and Abilities.
STERBA, JAMES, The Politics of Pot, 1968, 4pp, in PP 1362/63: 168.
STERILIZATIONS, ENFORCED, See: WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN, 6.8.77: Angry Banabans to invade island, 1p: 122, in PP 1496. – Typical treatment for powerless minorities.
STERN, BERTRAND, 1.) Bildung statt Schule!, 1985, 2 S., 2.) Einige Gedanken zur Frage der Schulverweigerung und der Entschulung der Gesellschaft, 2 S., 1983, 36x, in PP 736.
STERN, MADELAINE B., The Pantarch, A Biography of Stephen Pearl Andrews, U. of Texas Press, 1968, indexed, with extensive bibliography, 218pp, in PP 1169.
STETLER, R.D. Jr., Freedom to Travel, 14pp, in PP 984.
STEVENS, JIMMY MOLI, The Na-Griamel Ideals, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 727, 2pp, in PP 958.
STEVENS, PAUL, Gold Standard, The: A Standard for Freedom, THE FREEMAN, Jan. 75, 10pp, in PP 804.
STEVENS, WARREN K., The Story of Operation Atlantis, 1968, 32pp: 341, in PP 1506/07.
STEVENSON, BOB, The Life and Times of Robert Louis Stevenson, 11pp: 137, in PP 1506/07.
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS, See: STEVENSON, BOB, The Life and Times of Robert Louis Stevenson, 11pp: 137, in PP 1506/07.
STEW, CHARLATAN, In the Middle East and Everywhere Else, NO STATE SOLUTION IS A GOOD SOLUTION, 2pp leaflet, Seattle, WA, n.d., probably 1990, in PP 1,005 & in PP 1,017..
STEWART, ALISON, Horror that is here to stay. Nuclear Fallout: Burial Ground, SMH, 16.1.96, on SBS TV program, 1 p, in PP 1324: 122. Radioactive waste from Soviet nuclear reactors was simply fed into rivers and oceans, because that was cheaper than storage, according to an ABC report, a while ago. I fiched a hint to this in one of the last 4 fiche. And they blamed capitalists for having their eyes only upon profits! In East Germany roads were built with radioactive garbage! All such actions hid behind the propaganda slogan: “Production for use, not profits!” – J.Z., 9/97.
STEWART, ALLAN, The Right to Smoke: A Conservative View, 1989, 12pp, a FOREST publication, in PP 1191.
STEWART, CAMERON, Monument to War, 2pp, on the air raid against civilians in Dresden, in PP 1366: 119.
STEWART, DAVID M., Review of SOWELL, THOMAS, A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggle, 1987, 273pp, 2pp from THE FREEMAN, in PP 1430/31: 207.
STEWART, JOFFRE, Do Anarchists Know how to Read? or The Necessity for Pacifism, 1974, 7pp, in PP 1371/72: 20.
STEWART, JOFFRE, Is the State Necessary? 76, 3pp, in PP 1371/72: 135.
STEWART, JOFFRE, The Simple Life, 75, 8pp, in PP 1371/72: 45.
STEWART-SMITH, JOHN, Individualism & Limited Government, 83pp, $ 7.95 pb, here only in a 1p review by SHANNON VALE, in PP 1272: 113.
STEYSKAL, NEIL, Some writings and letters: Massive Retaliation, a one act play, 12pp; Polimericks; Voters Anonymous; Boycott the 1980 Census; The Telephone Tax (short leaflets or articles); Contempt of Court, 1984, play, 31pp, altogether in this reproduction, 41pp, 42x, in PP 680.
STEYSKAL, NEIL, The Libertarian Play’s the Thing, 1p survey of plays with a libertarian flavour, in PP 1382/85: 300.
STEYSKAL, NEIL, The Nonviolent Road to Liberation, 90, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 241.
STICKNEY, A.B., The Medium of Exchange and the Banking Function, 1901, in PP 745.
STIEFEL, W.K., Operation Atlantis, introduction, 1p, 24x, in PP 12.
STIEGLER, MARC, Variations in Dreampaint, 2 short extracts from this article in ANALOG, Oct. 97, on social etc. experiments in virtual reality, 1p, in PP 1539: 165. – On panarchism.
STIFFONI, GIOVANNI, L’emigrazione liberale spagnola in Inghilterra e in Francia (1823-1834). Un problema storiographico aperto. (Liberal Spanish Emigration in England and France, 1823-1834: An Open Historical Problem.) NUOVA RIVISTA STORICA 62, Jan. 78, 133-152, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p813, headed: 19th Century Spanish Liberalism.
STIGLER, GEORGE J., 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.
STIGLER, GEORGE J., The Ethics of Competition, Revisited, n.d., 12pp, in PP 1,000.
STIGLER, GEORGE, Interviewed by Tom Hazlett, 1981, 3pp, in PP 1538: 19.
STIGLER, GEORGE, & FRIEDMAN, MILTON, Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem, 1980, CIS, 15pp, 29x, in PP 397.
STIGLER, GEORGE, Can Government Protect the Consumer? 1971, 3pp, in PP 935.
STIGLER, GEORGE, Galbraith’s TV Marathon, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p82.
STIGTER, A.B. de, Leasehold System in the Netherlands, The, 1982, 5pp, 48x, in PP 626.
STILLMAN, PETER, Hegel’s Idea of Punishment, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, USA, 14, 1976, 169-182, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p95. Headed: Justice as Punishment.
STILWELL, JOE, Deficits and the Economy, 1983, 18pp, in PP 1186.
STIRLING, PATRICK JAMES, Notice of the Life and Writings of Frederic Bastiat, 1860, 32 pp, 36x, in PP 343.
STIRNER, MAX, Art & Religion, 8pp, in PP 1423: 1.
STIRNER, MAX, CORRESPONDENZ, 29.1.1842: 1 S; Februar 1842, 2 S., Maerz 1842, 2 S., Eine Zeitfrage, 1842, 2 S., mit Anm. von Bernd Kast, in PP 1333: 25.
STIRNER, MAX, Das unwahre Princip unserer Erziehung oder der Humanismus und Realismus, 1842, 25 S., in PP 1130. Von einem Sonderdruck, der schon 1926 in meines Vaters Haende gelangte, als er 21 war. Von seinen Stirnerian – Wortspielen wurde er nie kuriert. – J.Z.
STIRNER, MAX, De L’Education: Le Faux Principle de Notre Education & Les Lois de L’Ecole. Introductions de Jean Barrue, 60pp, in PP 1142.
STIRNER, MAX, Der Einzige und sein Eigentum, 1844, 1924, Anselm Ruest Ausgabe, mit 20 S. Zur Einfuehrung, von Anselm Ruest und einer Notiz von Ulrich von Beckerath, 360 S., 24x, PP 364.
STIRNER, MAX, Die Grundsaetze des Anarchismus, 8 S., aus: Philosophie-Buechlein, Ein Taschenbuch fuer Freunde der Philosophie, IV. Band, Francksche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, 1924, herausgegeben von Dr. August Horneffer, in PP 1327: 84.
STIRNER, MAX, Historical Thinking, see HORST ENGERT in 330.
STIRNER, MAX, Mas Stirner’s Kleinere Schriften und seine Entgegnungen auf die Kritik seines Werkes “Der Einzige und sein Eigentum”, aus den Jahren 1842-1848, herausgegeben von John Henry Mackay, 2. Aufl, 1014, 417 S., mit einer 2 S. Anmerkung von Ulrich von Beckerath, 1954, 29x, PP 335.
STIRNER, MAX, Max Stirner, Gedanken, eine Textauswahl aus: Der Einzige und sein Eigentum, 5 S., 24x, in PP 281.
STIRNER, MAX, PP 281, 287/8, 300, 328, 364, 372, 412p198, 615, 648, 696, 1015, 1042, 1134, see HELMS, HANS G., Die Ideologie der anonymen Gesellschaft, review by K.Z. in 300. Helms brings a bibliography of ca. 100 pp!
STIRNER, MAX, reviewed by Paul Eltzbacher, 1900, 16pp, 24x, in PP 208.
STIRNER, MAX, See: ANTI-QUARIAT, Berlin, Literatur ueber Stirner, 8 S.: 103, in PP 1456.
STIRNER, MAX, See: ENGERT, ROLF.
STIRNER, MAX, See: FREDERICKS, SHIRLEY F., A Proposal for Freedom, 4pp: 95, in PP 1482. – She discusses Stirner somewhat but makes the involuntary joke, judging by life spans, that “Max Stirner… helped Godwin and Proudhon lay the theoretical foundations of anarchist thought.” – Godwin, 1756-1836, Stirner, 1806-1856, Proudhon, 1809-1865. Godwin may have had an influence on young Stirner and Proudhon but hardly otherwise around. Only half of Proudhon’s writings seem to be published so far. Does he anywhere refer to Stirner? – J.Z.
STIRNER, MAX, See: JORDENS, PAUL, Der Prophet und seine Vaterstadt – Auf Stirner’s Spuren in Bayreuth, 6 S.: 91, in PP 1456.
STIRNER, MAX, See: KLEMM, ULRICH, Wille statt Wissen. Gedanken zur Aktualitaet von Max Stirners individual- anarchistischen Bildungs- und Erziehungsansatz, 4 S.: 116, in PP 1456.
STIRNER, MAX, See: KNOBLAUCH, JOCHEN, Die zweite Verstaatlichung von Max Stirner, 2 S.: 94, in PP 1456.
STIRNER, MAX, See: LASKA, BERND A., Zur Editionsgeschichte von Stirner’s “Einzigem”, 2 S.: 62, in PP 1456.
STIRNER, MAX, See: MARTIN, RUDOLF, Der Mensch ohne Moral. Die Philosophie der Macht und Anpassung, 1926, 73 S., in PP 275.
STIRNER, MAX, See: MILLER, DAVID, in PP 497/498.
STIRNER, MAX, See: PARERGA, MAJA, Max Stirner – ein Philosoph! Max Stirner – ein Poet? 2 S.: 70, in PP 1456. – Nach meiner Meinung nur ein Prosa Poet und kein Philosoph! – J.Z., 1.12.1997.
STIRNER, MAX, See: YARROS, VICTOR S., Egoism Bedevilling Anarchism.
STIRNER, MAX, The Ego & Its Own, 1p leaflet of Rebel Press edition, with a new introduction by S.E. Parker, in PP 1423: 9.
STIRNER, MAX, The Ego and his Own, The Case of the Individual Against Authority, 1844, translated by Steven T. Byington, ed. By James J. Martin, Dover Publications & Libertarian Book Club, N.Y. ed. of 1973, 388pp, 29x, PP 198.
STIRNER, MAX, U. von Beckerath in PP 428ff, on S.: 300, 335, 330, STIRNER, MAX, Ueber Bruno Bauers Posaune des Juengsten Gerichts, 1842, 6 S., in PP 1327.
STIRNER, MAX: TAME, CHRIS R., Stirner in Context: The Profanization of Hegelianism and the Genesis of Marx’s Historical Materialism, 5pp, in PP 1420/22: 358. – MINUS ONE contains many other articles on Stirner.
STIRNER, See: PALMER, BOB, Thoughts on Stirner, 1p: 96, in PP 501.
STIRNER’S LEHRE, Der Einzige und sein Eigentum, 7 S. Besprechung, Author, Datum? 24x, in PP 648.
STITT, FRED A., Brussels 1983. 1st. European Libertarian Convention, 8pp, in PP 1445: 95.
STJOHN, SUSAN, Family Allowance Benefits and Possible Alternatives for Reform, 12pp, CIS, in PP 1147.
STOCK EXCHANGE, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Do Stock Markets Do Any Good? 2pp: 103, in PP 1515.
STOCK JAMES, Leader Ontario LP, June 11, 1990, Dear Fellow Tax Collector, 2pp, Dear Fellow Taxpayer, June 11, 90, 1p, in PP 1271.
STOCK MARKET CRASH OF 1987, PP 740, 1105.
STOCK MARKET, See: YOUNG, S. DAVID, The Case of the Stock Market: Freedom vs. Regulation, 9pp: 529, in PP 1529-33.
STOCK, JIM, Toward Liberty, Putting theory into practice, creating the base, 2pp, in PP 26.
STOCK, JIM, Towards Liberty, putting theory into practice, creating the base, 2pp, in PP 26.
STOCKHOLM ’86, L.I. conference, introd. leaflet, 2pp, in PP 890.
STODDARD, JOHN L., The Ethics of Jesus, 27pp, in Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, February 1878, 29x, in PP 373-375. (Contains a tabulated confrontation with other teachings on ethics: Confucius, Hillel, Jewish Law, Talmud, Mencius, Buddha, Socrates, Rabbi Aboth Nastran, Sanhedrin, Synopsis – Sohar, Institutes of Menu, Zend Avesta, Hindu Precept, Rabbi Jehuda Ben Levi, Rabbinical Teachings, Rabbi Simeon, Seneca, Rabbi Afhu. I would like to see such tabulations completed. J.Z.)
STODDARD, WILLIAM H., 1.) The Scientific Method as an Application of Economics, LA Scientific Notes, No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697, 2.) A Conceptual Argument for INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, 1986, L.A. Philosophical Notes, No. 8, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
STODDARD, WILLIAM H., Proprietary Communities, 1973, 1p, 24x, in PP 107-108.
STODDARD, WILLIAM, A Critique of Absolute Will: Kantian vs. Non-Kantian Morality, 1990, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 12, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
STODDARD, WILLIAM, The Free Woman, 1989, 4pp, LA Pamphlet No. 10, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
STODDARD, WILLIAM, The Inductive Origins of Philosophical Axioms, 1990, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 13, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
STODELLE, ERNESTINE, The Dance: Antidote to Neurosis, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 54.
STOLPER, GUSTAV, This Age of Fable, The Political & Economic World We Live In (or die from! J.Z.), 1943, indexed, 318pp, with 5pp of notes on this book by John Zube, 1989, 29x, in PP 911. – Libertarian on many points. Favours free banking.
STONE, DAVID M., Repeal of the State Bank Tax, 1892, 2pp, in PP 1111.
STONE, GRAHAM, hint towards his books for sale and book search lists, mainly SF, 1p, in PP 1,037. – I intended to film some of them – but they get so fast outdated and libertarian interest titles are rare in SF, too. I did get some rare works through him. – You might be as lucky. – J.Z.
STONE, HARLAN F., Mr. Stone’s Comments to Herbert Spencer’s “The Sins of the Legislators”, 8pp, in PP 1316.
STONE, JOHN, Government Expenditure Can Be Cut, 1986? 8pp, in PP 1112. Yes, but individual taxpayers are not yet issued with suitable scissors. One should not expect the Mafia to cut its crime. Crime cutting is a matter for the victims. -J.Z.
STOP CAPITAL TAXES, a 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 723.
STORM, CHARLES, Struggle for Power. Sidelights on the Lewis-Murray Feud, 2pp on squabbles between union leaders: 131, in PP 1480.
STORM, CHARLES, Toward Total Regimentation? 1p: 127, in PP 1480.
STORM, THE, A Journal for Free Spirits, N.Y., ed. by Mark Sullivan, Nos. 1-12, 1976-1981, 236pp, 29x, in PP 501. – 2pp leaflet for this “journal for free spirits” and the Mackay Society, N.Y., 1984, in PP 811.
STORM, THE, N.Y., A Journal of Free Spirits, No. 13, 28 S.: 10, Winter 1982/83 edition, with insert: Catalogue of The Mackay Society, 6pp: 17. No. 14-15, 1984-85, 44pp: 27. No. 16-17, 1986-88, John Henry Mackay, Festschrift, 52pp: 49, in PP 1505. As far as I know, this is the last issue. – J.Z.
STORMER, JOHN A., None Dare Call it Treason, review only, by GILLETT, ELIZABETH: A Mixed Blessing, 3pp, in PP 1376: 36.
STOTT, DIANE, Migrants & Jobs: It’s a Balanced Act, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 466.
STOWASSER, C.H., Social Credit, a Georgeist view, 1pp, in PROGRESS, 12/87, in PP 793.
STOWASSER, HORST, Anarchismus heute. Definition, Bewegung, Kritik, 36 S., in PP 1326.
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.
STRACHEY, ST. LOE, National Workshops, 1894, 18pp, 29x, in PP 371.
STRAFLET, Lysander Spooner, October 1970 issue, with excerpts from The Constitution of No Authority, 15pp, 24x, in PP 111-134.
STRAIGHT TALK, Dec. 29, 1977, 8pp, sample, with circular, n.d., 2pp, of The American Way Features, on STRAIGHT TALK, in PP 861.
STRAND BOOKSTORE, NYC, Leaflet, 6pp: 129, in PP 1475. – I would love to browse in such a bookstore every month. One day in 1990 was all I could ever afford. That day, people browsing through its hundred-thousands of titles were accosted by a guy, carrying a single book and asking them: “Do you want to buy a book?” One can laugh about that simpleton – but the response of most people to the offers of libertarian literature is no better. To them it seems to be no more significant than some religious nut offering them some religious tracts. In Wall Street, on the kerb sides, many used books and magazines were sold from blankets or tables. The police would jump on such attempts in Sydney and, perhaps, in most other cities. Among the numerous used book stores that I browsed through, for much of 12 months, in 1990/91, only a very few had special sections on freedom, peace and longevity books. Perhaps these few should be specially listed on the Internet? – J.Z.
STRANG, JOHN, Randolph Bourne: First Left Libertarian, 2pp, in PP 1348: 46. – Weren’t e.g. Godwin, Proudhon & Bakunin “somewhat” earlier? – J.Z.
STRATEGIES FOR LIBERTY, PP 16-18, 20/21, 61-63, 399-401, 636, 697/8, 865, 879, 1052-61 (LA Tactical Notes 6),
STRATEGY OF THE NEW LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, No. 1, May Day 1981, 33pp, No. 2, May Day 1982-3, 39pp, 29x, in PP 878.
STRATEGY, 1972, 2pp, in PP 274.
STRATEGY, Continental Bulletin of the New Libertarian Alliance, No. 5, 11-12/76, 2pp, 29x, in PP 856.
STRATEGY, I/1, Pomona, Sep. 76, 2pp, editor Glen G. Cooper, published by Contemporary Realism Publishing Co., in PP 1129.
STRATEGY, LIBERTARIAN, 1972, 2pp, in PP 274. – MUELLER, MILTON, Toward a Coherent Strategy, 2 pp, in PP 277/278: 12.
STRATEGY, LIBERTARIAN, See: KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Libertarian Strategy (1), 1p, in PP 1404/06: 103.
STRATEGY, LIBERTARIAN: STEIN, FRED, Strategy for Libertarians, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 186.
STRATEGY, See: HENDERSON, DAVID R., A Strategy for Libertarians, 2pp from FORTUNE, Sep. 30, 85, in PP 1273.
STRATEGY: KONKIN, SAMUEL E., III, Libertarian Strategy, 3pp, in PP 1404/06: 257.
STRATEGY: RAGNAR, Operation Wall, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 150. – On liberation strategy.
STRATEGY: WELLS, SAM, A Strategy for Activists, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 272.
STRATMANN, FRANZISKUS, War and Christian Conscience, Catholic essay, 1959, 20pp, 29x, in PP 408.
STRAUSS, ERWIN S. (FILTHY PIERRE), Don’t Tread on Me – A Libertarian Strategy, 76, 3pp, in PP 1345/46: 173. – Wants “cellar nukes” as “weapons” for the “protection” of libertarian communities. That is really filthy and non-libertarian “thinking”. It implies collective responsibility, i.e., wrongly defines the enemy and target for rightful resistance efforts and ignores the meaning and purpose of a rightful weapon, which can be directed against one’s real enemy and in use would hurt only him and his voluntary followers. Why be as thoughtless on such subjects as governmental “defenders” usually are? This kind of “liberation” could give libertarians a bad name for centuries. – J.Z., 24.9.96.
STRAUSS, ERWIN S., Let a Thousand “Dollars” Bloom, a 2pp monetary freedom statement, in PP 1367/68: 85.
STRAUSS, ERWIN S., The Case Against a Libertarian Political Party, 1980, 42pp, 116, in PP 1450.
STRAUSS, SIMON D., Some Thoughts on THE PRICE OF GOLD, “CALIFORNIA GEOLOGY”, Oct. 87, 6pp, in PP 806.
STRECKER MEMORANDUM, THE, from RAMTHA DIALOGUES, 4pp, in PP 274: 140. Important information on AIDS.
STREET SURVIVOR, PP 1028/29.
STREET VENDORS, See: WISEMAN, JON D., Leave the Street Vendors Be! 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 240. – In Australia they want to force high tech “barrows” or collapsible stands upon them, at the cost of $ 250,000 each. That might kill of this kind of free trading almost completely. – Compulsory licensing for them was bad enough. – If such restrictions were enforced e.g. in N.Y.C’s Broadway, against its numerous sidewalk vendors, a major race riot might result, for most of is vendors are negroes. – Most of its taxis are probably black market taxis, too. – My youngest sells his arts and crafts from a blanket on the street, in the Sunday market in Hobart. Why force people to use more and more expensive equipment in their “business” than they think they need and their customers require? – J.Z., 12.6.98.
STREICHER, JULIUS, Sample of his Nazi hate sheet, 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.
STRIDER COMMENTARY, “The Emperor Has No Clothes”, June 85 – April 86, 88pp, 29x, in PP 700.
STRIDER COMMENTARY, June 1986 – November 1986, 58pp, in PP 933.
STRIDER, LORNE, Some articles, columns and letters by and to Lorne Strider: Crime and Punishment, Victory in Happy Camp; Progressive, a Vanishing Species? Honk, if you Love Bumper Stickers; Strider Covers the Democratic Convention; Capitalist Olympics? You Bet! Free Enterprise Zones; Land Politics in El Salvador; Trade Wars; Human Rights versus Property Rights; Straider Praises Yorgas Savides; Questionaire for Candidates to Political Office; The Chicken & the Bureaucrat; Anarchy; Politician Wants to Tax Consumers; Eminent Domain: State Seizure; Private Land Regulation, CC & RS; To Chamber of Commerce, Claytonville, 1984; Love & Peace; Revenge… How Sweet Is It? Zoning & Land Use Regulation: 20th Century Feudalism; Better Living through Government? Strider Extraterrestrial Properties; To Thine Own Self Be True, altogether: 59pp, 29x, in PP 679.
STRIKE, See: SMITH, HARRY L., You Can’t Strike against the Market, 3pp: 9, in PP 1529-33.
STRIKE-BREAKING, PROFESSIONAL, History of, see: COLLISON, WILLIAM, The Apostle of Free Labour, in PP 550. See: Unions, Collective Bargaining, I.W.W., Syndicalism.
STRIKES, PP 322, 1140. See: PAGE, ROBIN, Strikers of the Queen, 11pp, 82, in PP 1450.
STRIKES, THE PHILOSOPHY OF, PP 237/38.
STRIKING BLOWS AGAINST POWER, 2pp anarchist leaflet, n.d., address, organization or author name given, in PP 1392: 138.
STROMBERG, JOSEPH R., American Monopoly Statism, 4pp, in PP 1312/1314: 81. – All TERRITORIAL statism is monopolistic as such, not only the American. They even fought a very bloody civil war to prove this. – J.Z.
STROMBERG, JOSEPH, A Libertarian Foreign Policy, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 350.
STROMBERG, JOSEPH, The Political Economy of Liberal Corporatism, … a libertarian analysis of state monopoly interventionism, 9pp: 605, in PP 1457/62.
STROMBERG, ROLAND N., Redemption by War: The Intellectuals and 1914, MIDWEST QUARTERLY, vol. 20, Spring 79, 211-227, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1009, headed: The Attractiveness of War.
STRONG, H. RAYMOND, Dr., A Discussion of “Truth”, 3pp: 528, in PP 1457/62. – Objectivist discussion.
STROUP, RICHARD & BADEN, JOHN, Property Rights and Natural Resource Management, bibliographical Essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 40pp, in PP 1201p741.
STROUP, RICHARD & BADEN, JOHN, Responsible Individuals and the Nation’s Energy Future, THE CATO JOURNAL 1, Fall 81, 421-438, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1577, headed: Private Property and Energy Resources.
STROUP, RICHARD L. & BADEN, JOHN A., Natural Resources: Bureaucratic Myths and Environmental Management, Pacific Institute for Public Policy Research, San Francisco, 1983, 148pp, review only, 1p, by BRIAN SUMMERS: 537, in PP 1529-33.
STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE, 229. See SOCIAL DARWINISM, COMPETITION.
STRUMOLO, JORJ, Letter, 2pp, in PP 1465, in which he favours non-geographic communities, governments not based on place. See under Panarchism.
STRUMOLO, JORJ, Letter, on Infinite Diversity, 2pp: 33, in PP 1465.
STRZELEWICZ, WILLY, Entwurf fuer die Grundrechte eines Deutschen Mitbuergers, 8 Punkte, 1948, 48x, in PP 589/590.
STUDENT LOANS, See: LYNN, RICHARD, Prof., Loans for Students, 11pp, 101, in PP 1450.
STUDENT MOVEMENT, REVOLUTIONARY, PP 176. Before they have studied liberty, peace and justice sufficiently? – J.Z.
STUDENT POWER, PP 412p268.
STUDENT UNIONS, COMPULSORY MEMBERSHIP, PP 418/19p332. Why is that compulsory membership much more discussed here than in trade unions and in territorial States? – J.Z.
STUDENTS’ ACTION FRONT, Pietermaritzburg, Leaflets, 6pp, in PP 1430/31: 92.
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, SDS, Views of Rothbard & Liggio. In PP ???
STUDENTS FOR A LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY, Introducing the new LIBERTY – and the new, nationwide SLS, The Libertarian Line, 1979, 3pp, in PP 1514: 1. – With 81pp of samples of their publication LIBERTY.
STUDENTS OF LIBERTY, PP 1036. Without a Freedom University, Freedom Library, Freedom Information Service, Freedom Encyclopedia, Freedom Bibliography, Freedom Abstracts etc? Without an Ideas Archive, without micrographic reprints of all freedom writings? – J.Z.
STUDENTS, LIBERTARIAN STUDENTS, Should they opt out of print on paper, at least partly, and adopt microfiche reading and publishing opportunities, to save time and money and get access to more information? PP 907/10.
Studies, home page, 3pp, in PP 1543/45: 792.
STUDY GUIDE, Nos. 4 & 5, 6pp, in PP 1281/82. An L.A. series, complete so far.
STUDY GUIDES, Libertarian Alliance, London, No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 697. For other study guides see under SELBY.
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.
STUMM JIM, Letter to LIBERTY, full text, 1p, since he hardly recognized their shortened version, in PP 1171.
STUMM, JIM to SULLIVAN, MARK, 2pp: 42, in PP 501.
STUMM, JIM, A Minimal Gold Standard, THE CONNECTION, No. 99, of 2 Nov. 81, 1p, in PP 904.
STUMM, JIM, abridgement of De Puydt’s Panarchy article, 1973, to 3 pp, with comments by J. Zube, 29x, in PP 869.
STUMM, JIM, Balance Budget Amendments, 3 mistakes, 1/2p, in PP 1318/1319: 53,
STUMM, JIM, Changing the Constitution, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 49.
STUMM, JIM, Collectivists & Panarchy, in Random Writings, No. 14, Sept. 87, with reply by John Zube, 3pp, 29x, in PP 755.
STUMM, JIM, Comments on Alienable Rights, Self-ownership & Ownership, 2pp, reviewing Sheldon Richman, The Absurdity of Alienable Rights, in PP 1171.
STUMM, JIM, Comments on Immigration, for James H., 1p, in PP 1171.
STUMM, JIM, Comments to Markovitz: Fractional vs. 100% Reserve Banking, in PP 787.
STUMM, JIM, contributions in TC 101, of 24 Jan. 82, on panarchism, with comments by J. Zube, 13 July 89, part of 14pp, 29x, in PP 869
STUMM, JIM, Dialogue with John Zube concerning Panarchy and a Volunteer Militia, from Random Writings, No. 13, July 1987, with reply by John Zube, 33pp, 29x, in PP 755.
STUMM, JIM, Dialogue with John Zube, continued, in RANDOM WRITINGS, No. 16, Dec. 1987, 4pp, with 24pp of replies by John Zube, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.
STUMM, JIM, Directory of Libertarian Periodicals, August 1985, 29x, in PP 594, April 1986, 7pp, 42x, in PP 637, Nov. 1986, 8 pp, 29x, in PP 675. Directory of Libertarian Periodicals, 5th ed., April 88, 9pp, in PP 850. 6th. ed., March 89. 8 pp, 29x, in PP 871. I do not have a later edition on hand, I believe. – J.Z., 9/95.
STUMM, JIM, Financing a Panarchist Militia, RANDOM WRITINGS No. 20, Sep. 88, 3pp, with reply by J.Z., 6pp, in ON PANARCHY No. XII, in PP 833.
STUMM, JIM, Founding Libertarian Communities in the USA, 3pp, from his RANDOM WRITINGS, Dec. 1985 issue: 23, in PP 1465.
STUMM, JIM, Grenada and Intervention, 1p, notes in TC No. 121, of 29 July 84, with comments by John Zube, part of 17pp, 29x, in PP 879.
STUMM, JIM, Home-made Microfiche Reader, 2pp from LIVING FREE, No.33, Feb. 86, 29x, in PP 618 & 708.
STUMM, JIM, in TC, No. 141, of 27 July 87: Alternatives to Microfiche on CDs and Video Tape, page 512 in PP 907-910. (As if it had to be either, or! I vote for both – where they are strong and affordable. – J.Z.)
STUMM, JIM, Jury Nullification in Buffalo, 1p, in PP 1171.
STUMM, JIM, Letter, in SLM, Nov. 81, on K. Thornley’s article:”Legal Tender: Is It A Conspiracy?” – in PP 793.
STUMM, JIM, Libertarian – Decentralist Xeroxing, services provided by Jim Stumm, 2pp. – If only a few more libertarians collaborated in such efforts, then much more comprehensive collections of individual libertarian and also much better libertarian library services – providing copies from excellent copies – would become possible. It is bad enough when only all too few libertarians have so far utilized microfiche. But what excuse do they have for not even fully utilizing photocopiers, in a more organized and collaborative or competitive form? How much can one expect from this movement while it is guilty of such basic omissions? Merely pumping out the latest libertarian fashions of thought in print on paper and letting most of the libertarian tradition remain out of print and inaccessible, is just not good enough for a movement that deserves the name. It amounts to more stagnation than movement ahead, with the aid of the best that the past has to offer us. Even of contemporary writings by famous libertarians – so much is inaccessible to most people, most of the time, in most places and languages. Does that fact have nothing to teach to you? – J.Z. 12.6.98.
STUMM, JIM, Living in a Collective House, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 45.
STUMM, JIM, Monetary Freedom, a 13pp compilation, 1991, with contributions by Dr. Walter Zander, John Zube, Robert LeFevre, Roy Childs (on Vera Smith), Morris Markovitz & Jim Stumm, in PP 1248.
STUMM, JIM, My Contributions to THE CONNECTION, descriptive Titles and Keywords, covering TC 80-120, 5pp, 42x, in PP 680.
STUMM, JIM, My Criticism of LROC: Libertarian Republican Organizing Committee, 2pp, in PP 1171.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 105 of 24 July 82, with comments by John Zube, August 89, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 870.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 106, commented on by J.Zube in TC 108, part of 7pp, 29x, in PP 870.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC 106, of 12 Sep. 82, with some comments by John Zube, 25 July 89, part of 5pp, 29x, in PP 870.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, with comments by J. Zube, part of 10 pp, 29x, in PP 879.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism, in TC 119 of 29 Apr. 84, with comments by John Zube, 29 July 89, part of 15pp, 29x, in PP 870.
STUMM, JIM, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
STUMM, JIM, OCEAN FREEDOM NOTES, Nos. 1-6, Feb. 84 – June 86, 13pp, 29x in PP 678.
STUMM, JIM, ODD MAN OUT, Nos. 1-4, Feb. 1978 – Dec. 1978, 48pp, 42x, in PP 680.
STUMM, JIM, of LIVING FREE & LIBERTARIAN PERIODICALS DIRECTORY, on his XEROXIING offer and on microfiching, with some replies by J. Zube, 7pp, in PP 907-910.
STUMM, JIM, panarchist notes in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, with comments by John Zube, 31 July 89, part 16pp, 29x, on PP 870.
STUMM, JIM, panarchistic notes from TC 94 – 98, with comments by J. Zube, part of 11 pp, 29x, in PP 869.
STUMM, JIM, Panarchy / Competing “Governments”, in TC No. 93, of 17 Feb. 81, 3pp, with some handwritten notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 869.
STUMM, JIM, Panarchy and a Volunteer Militia, in Random Writings, No. 15, Nov. 87, with reply by John Zube, 15pp, 29x in PP 755.
STUMM, JIM, Parental Obligation, 1p, in PP 1373/75: 282.
STUMM, JIM, RANDOM WRITINGS, Nos. 1, May 85 to 23, Dec. 88 (last separate issue, it 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.)
STUMM, JIM, see LIVING FREE, Buffalo, Nos. 49 – 63, April 89 – August 91, 120pp, in PP 1171. Editor and publisher: Jim Stumm. He also offers a range of booklets and papers for sale and a photocopying service for o.o.p. libertarian magazines and has been very helpful towards LMP. His sharp mind brightens almost any discussion in print. And he specialises on the freedom now options, even for life in suburbia. – J.Z.
STUMM, JIM, Self-Liberation through Household Autonomy, 1978, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 594.
STUMM, JIM, Some Problems with Egoism, 2pp, in PP 1323: 80.
STUMM, JIM, The Children of Freedom, 1971, 4pp, 9 points, 24x, in PP 15, 48x, in PP 589-590.
STUMM, JIM, The Silver I.O.U. System, 1970, article only, 29x, in PP 617. (Otherwise see his “Living Free”, “Random Notes” and “Odd Man Out”.)
STUMM, JIM, THE STUMM CONNECTION, contributions to THE CONNECTION, Nos. 149 & 150, Feb. & March 88, 3pp, in PP 837.
STURGESS, GARY L., A Submission to the Australian Royal Commission of Inquiry into Drugs, 1977, 18pp, in PP 1362/63: 1.
STURGESS, GARY L., A Submission to the Minister for Police… on the Proposed Amendments to the Firearms Acts (1927-1967), by the Progress Party, 1977, 22pp, 29x, in PP 385.
STURGESS, GARY L., Lawyers and the Public Interest, 36pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.
STURGESS, GARY L., Local Financing for Local Government a Progress Party discussion paper on local government financing in Australia, 16pp, 29x, in PP 385.
STURGESS, GARY, Drugs: no hope in simple solutions, 2pp: 118, in PP 1475.
STYLE, PHILOSOPHY OF, PP 199, 830. If there is such a philosophy and it does consciously or unconsciously work, why then are there so many beautifully styled absurdities and so many unstylish truths? – J.Z.
SUBJECT GUIDE TO MICROFORMS IN PRINT, See: SAUR VERLAG GMBH.
SUBJECTION & COMPULSORY SCHOOLING, PP 1052-61 (LA Educational Notes 11). See Also BORGIUS, WALTER, Die Schule, ein Frevel an der Jugend, EDUCATION, SCHOOLS.
SUBJECTIVE VALUE THEORY OF ECONOMIC VALUE, See: NASH, RONALD.
SUBJECTIVE VALUE THEORY, See: SMART, WILLIAM, An Introduction to the Theory of Value, on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Boehm-Bawerk, 1891, 1910, 1914, 1920, 1923, 1926, 114pp, indexed, in PP 1243/44.
SUBJECTIVE VALUE THEORY: BIEN, BETTINA, Value is Subjective, 1p letter, in PP 1418: 49.
SUBSIDIES, PP 696, 1101, 1105.
SUBSIDIES: MCMANUS, JOHN F., Subsidies not the Answer, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 264.
SUBSIDIZING DEFORESTATION, PP 1052-1061 (LA Ec. Notes 30). In Australia, for many years, a prospective farmer could only get free title out of his lease of crown land if, within a few years, he cleared at least a large fraction this land of its trees. Afterwards, for a while, one needed a special licence to cut down any sizable tree, even on long established private farms. Now farms are often coercively expropriated and tree planting is subsidized and coercively declared natural parks and “wilderness areas” have been turned into unmanageable bush fire hazards, of which some of them, very recently, burned out, with loss of lives and housing around them. I have not much trust in governments, either, when they are protecting or planting trees. See also under Zoning, Building Codes. – J.Z.
SUCCESS, Becoming Famous, PP 25/26, 697, 1135, 1052-61 (LA Psychological Notes 7).
SUCCESS, WOMEN & SUCCESS, PP 1052-61 (LA Pamphlet 13). If women had not been so ready to merely blame the popular image of their sex for the lack of success with their creative efforts, they should have been even more motivated to search for the real reasons why innovators rarely succeed and would have established something like an Ideas Archie and Talent Registry and Information Service long ago. Among all innovators they merely bore a more than average handicap. – J.Z.
SUDRE, M. ALFRED, Histoire de Communisme ou Refutation Historique des Utopistes Socialistes, 1850, 530pp, 36x, in PP 604.
SUGAR PRODUCTION, Steigerung des Zuckerertrages, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 284.
SUGDEN, ROBERT, The Evolution of the Market, 1p, on Hayek: 235, in PP 1463/64.
SUHR, DIETER, Prof. Dr., to CREUTZ, Helmut, 16 May 84, 2pp, 29x, in PP 742.
SUITS, DAVID B., On Locke’s Argument for Government, JLS 1, 1977, 195-203, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p287, headed: Consensus vs. Majority Rule.
SUITS, DAVID B., The Question of Political Action, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
SULLIVAN, DAN, Greens and Trade, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 451.
SULLIVAN, EILEEN P., A Note on the Importance of Class in the Political Theory of John Stuart Mill, POLITICAL THEORY 9, May 81, 248-256, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1853, headed: Mill on Class and Ideology. – Even Mill did not get everything right. Class is essentially a Marxist sin of thoughtlessness and lack of observation. – J.Z.
SULLIVAN, GARY, The Delinquent and the School, 4pp, 1974, 36x, in PP 714.
SULLIVAN, JOHN L, PIERESON, JAMES E. & MARCUS, GEORGE E., Political Intolerance: The Illusion of Progress, PSYCHOLOGY TODAY, Feb. 79, 87-91, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1178, headed: Political Intolerance. – No hint that territorial claims or fears are the basis of most intolerance. – J.Z.
SULLIVAN, MARIANNE & DONE, KEVIN, Albania sheds old ways as bourse opens, clipping, A., 14.5.96, 2pp: 141, in PP 1505.
SULLIVAN, MARK A. & JOHANNSEN, OSCAR, Henry George, Anarchy & Land Monopoly, a dialogue, 3pp: 161, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A. & KERNOCHAN, JIM, The Sex-Role Conspiracy, 2p: 127, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., A Reply to friend Parker, 1p: 17, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., An Anarchist View of the Land Problem, 5p: 43, in PP 1505.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Anarchism as Politico-Economic Criticism, 4pp, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Anarchist-Individualism THEN – The Prospects for Liberation NOW, 7pp, in PP 1420/22: 403.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Barter – and beyond, review of: WILSON, CHARLES MORROW, Let’s Try Barter, 3pp: 52, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., COUGHLIN, MICHAEL E. & HAMILTON, CHARLES H., editors, Benjamin R. Tucker & The Champions of Liberty, A Centenary Anthology, 1981, 232pp, 29x, in PP 912.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Ezra Heywood & Laurance Labadie: Two Libertarian Broadsides Reviewed, 5pp: 153, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Ideology and Anarchy, 2pp: 165, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Last Rights, 2pp: 26, in PP 1505.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., Neither Capitalist nor Communist Anarchism, 4pp: 19, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., The Eye of the Storm, 1983, 5pp: 11; 1984/85, 5pp: 28; 1987, 5pp: 50, in PP 1505.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., The Eye of the Storm, No. 1, 3pp: 2, No. 2, 2pp: 14, No. 3, 4pp: 26, No. 4/5, 2pp: 39, No. 7, 1p: 88, No. 11/12, 1p, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK A., The Life and Ideas of John Henry Mackay, Part I: Sagitta, 5pp: 70, Part II, 1p: 8 & 10, in PP 501.
SULLIVAN, MARK to CARRIEL, JONATHAN, 29.10.85, 1p, in PP 1411/12: 411.
SULLIVAN, MARK to editor, THE FREEMAN, 1p, 14.2.86, in PP 1411/12: 412.
SULLIVAN, MARK, Introduction to Laurance Labadie, 7pp, 1975, 29x, in PP 390.
SULLIVAN, MARK, Land Trust instead of Government Eminent Domain, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 461.
SULLIVAN, MARK, Ricardo and Bastiat: Value Theory and the Concept of Rent as Unearned Income, 10pp, n.d., in PP 1249.
SULLIVAN, MEG, Disney Pictures Mickey Mouse, Goofy, on Fanciful Bills of Redeeming Value, 1p, 1987, 29x, in PP 731.
SULLIVAN, P, Hooray for all those 25,661 Millionaires! 1985, 1p, with note by J.Z., 29x, in PP 724.
SULLIVAN, WALTER, 2 Atom Tests Released Quake Energy, 1p: 84, in PP 1500. – A severe earthquake in Afghanistan, recently, was following the several underground nuclear tests by India and Pakistan. Coincidence? – If we really considered Earth as our common space ship, would we permit ANY nuclear explosions on it? – J.Z., 5.6.98.
SULLLIVAN, MARK A., Instead of a Program, 1p: 36, in PP 501. – Adapted from Abba Gordin/s THE CLARION.
SULZBACH, WALTER, How to Defend Free Enterprise, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 276. – Let us establish it first and make it fully free in every sphere! – J.Z.
SUMMER, BRIAN, On Minding One’s Own Business, 1p: 504, in PP529-33. – If libertarians really bothered to mind their own business, namely, to make all libertarian knowledge cheaply and easily accessible to anyone interested, they would have long ago adopted some of the alternative media for this. But e.g. Brian, back in 1990, believed only in writing for mass media. I quoted: “”Out of the newspapers, out of the mind!” – J.Z.
SUMMERHILL SOCIETY, Philadelphia, We’re Protesting the Opening of School!, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1357: 39.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Easy Money: Prelude to Recession, THE FREEMAN, May 77, 4pp, in PP 806. It is not “easy” money but forced and exclusive currencies that do cause troubles. – J.Z.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Economic Recovery, 2pp: 357, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, El Exito: Gracias A La Suerte, O A La Eficiencia? 1990, 1p, in PP 1156.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, How Much Competition? 2pp: 246, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Review, 1p, of: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Mystery of Banking, 1983, N.Y., 386pp: 503, in PP 1529-33. Presently, there is nothing “mysterious” about it but all too much that is despotic, monopolistic, centralistic and correspondingly mismanaged. – J.Z., 10.6.1999.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Review, 1p, of: STROUP, RICHARD L. & BADEN, JOHNA, Natural Resources: Bureaucratic Myths and Environmental Management, Pacific Institute for Public Policy Research, San Francisco, 1983, 148pp: 537, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Social Responsibility, 1p: 538, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, The New Immigrants, 5pp, in PP 1143. – My apologies to him for having had to use, for several days and many hours, a noisy XEROX photocopying machine of FEE, separated from his office only through a thin wall. It did not help his sensitivity to this disturbing noise that he believed microfilms to be useles and only fleeting articles on paper, in large circulation media, to be effective. Maybe he never heard the old saw: “Out of the newspapers, out of the mind.” And he did not appreciate that no idea, argument or fact should remain unregistered and inaccessible just because its kind or expression did not appeal to any of the mass media. Those with access to mass media tend to overlook this need and imagine that their kind of writings are enough, regardless of how incomplete they are and how fast they go out or print, and even regardless of the fact that most back issues of newspapers are accessible only on microfilm. I happen to like most of his articles and would like to see a collection of his writings – at least on microfiche. – Alas, precisely there he is not likely to make them available. Then what about a floppy disk or CD-ROM edition of them? – J.Z.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, The Postal Monopoly, 5pp: 225, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Wetlands Policy Threatens to Jail Property Owners, 1990, 1p, in PP 1,004.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, What’s Your Problem, 1p: 308, in PP 1529-33.
SUMMERS, BRIAN, Who Is Efficient? 2pp: 210, in PP 1529- 33.
SUMMERS, JULIE, Review, 1p, of: HOUGH, HAROLD, Freedom Road, 1991, 174pp, in PP 1318/1319: 51.
SUMMIT CONFERENCES, PP 1170. If it is true, as Hayek & Sorokin argued, that the worst get to the top, then what are they summits of? – J.Z. Compare: Leadership.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM & KELLER, ALBERT GALLOWAY, THE SCIENCE OF SOCIETY, volumes I-III only (with vol. IV, containing the case book, bibliography and index, still missing), 1927, 1932, 2273pp, in PP 1300 – 1304. – I found so far little of interest in it, from the viewpoint of a freedom lover. How many of the opinions and judgments here expressed are by Sumner and how many by Keller? It seems to tell more of where we have been than where we could and should be going. It does not try to define the characteristics of free societies, not even voluntarism and exterritorial autonomy, competitiveness and free cooperation, personal law associations and individual secessionism are mentioned as such – or I have missed such references. As such it may serve as an instance of the selective blindness of social scientists. Even a collectivist view of society is expressed, e.g. on page 40 (sheet 21). Among zoologists, anthropologists, sociologists and psychologists, especially, there appears a belief that human nature and the potential of a free society could best be grasped from the example of animal societies and of primitive human societies, which they have studied. The evolutionary and freedom options, away from these conditions, are ignored or treated merely as utopian attempts. To me this is like studying rockets and space exploration based merely upon the study of animal and human legs when they are used for jumping. Among the varieties of customs, mores and “negative” legislation (I consider “positive legislation” to be a contradiction in terms), the relatively few ethical and sensible ones can easily get lost or be overlooked by insufficiently critical observers. In natural science and technology we do not equate failed or non-progressive experiments as being of equal value with successful and progressive ones. But in the social “sciences” precisely this mistake is often make and cloaked as objective and value free judgments. When at least obviously totalitarian, primitive and savage systems are rejected, then often, and all too easily, merely the modern “democratic” or “republican” States are considered as the only sound or possible alternatives. The long-standing tradition of exterritorial autonomy under personal laws is misleadingly dealt with only under kinship and tribal relations, i.e. as largely outdated, rather than as constituting a potential societal model for the future. Nevertheless, such works have some value, if one can manage to free oneself from territorialist prejudices and those of uniformity and egalitarianism. The great variety of beliefs, inclinations and of systems, institutions and processes based upon them and the greater and greater dispersal of their adherents over the whole world, make it less and less likely that any single national or international arrangement, i.e., one that is not based on voluntary associationism and disassociationism for individuals and groups, can work in the long run to the satisfaction of all peaceful and productive people. On the larger issues, too, like in the dozens of decisions of their daily lives now, they do require exterritorial autonomy, i.e., independence from the opinions, convictions, prejudices and corresponding decisions of others. They ought to attain the full freedom to shop around for a society of their own individual choice and to opt for another one, when their point of view changes and requires such a change. At least the attentive reader should become more tolerant of differences among human beings and their societal arrangements. – PIOT, 23. Dec. 95. – PLEASE NOTE: My 1984 B.i.P. edition, on microfiche, mentions a 1927 edition of 4 volumes as still in print and for sale for $ 200. I have never seen this work in bookshops. But then most bookshops, apart from bestsellers, keep most of the in print books out of sight rather than in sight – and be it only for lack of space. Some do at least prominently display the Books in Print editions, in print, or on microfiche. Do some make their CD-ROM edition accessible to browsers? – J.Z.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, A Concurrent Circulation of Gold and Silver, 1878, 30pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, A Group of Natural Monopolies, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, A History of American Currency, with chapters on The English Bank Restriction and Austrian Paper Money, 1884, with appendix: The Bullion Report, 1810, 391pp, 29x, in PP 240.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, A Parable, 3pp, 24x, in PP 242, also 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Advancing Social and Political Organization in the United States, 1896 or 1897, 56pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Alexander Hamilton, N.Y., 1890, 291pp, indexed, with bibliography, in PP 1,046.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, An Examination of a Noble Sentiment, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, An Old “Trust”, 1889, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Andrew Jackson as a Public Man, What He Was, What Chances He Had, And What He Did With Them, 1882, indexed, 402pp, in PP 1064. With an extensive discussion of the banking question – but only from the point of metallic redemptionism. – J.Z.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Another Chapter on Monopoly, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Autobiographical Sketch, 3pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Autobiography, 1903, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Bibliography, alphabetical, of Sumner’s writings, pointing out the ones which LMP wants especially for microfiche reproduction, compiled by John Zube, 7pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Bibliography, by A.G.Keller & M.R.D, 20pp, 24x, in PP 238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Bibliography, from: Essays, ed. by A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, 29pp, in PP 1307: 98-104. – The other essays in the collection were already filmed previously in the PEACE PLANS series and are thus not repeated here. – J.Z.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Bibliography, Short and chronological, of Sumner’s writings, 1p, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Cause and Cure of Hard Times, 1896, 8pp, 24x. in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Conflict of Plutocracy and Democracy, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Consequences of Increased Social Power, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239 & 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Definitions of Democracy and Plutocracy, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Democracy and Modern Problems, 4pp, 24x in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Democracy and Plutocracy, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Democracy and Responsible Government, 1877, 18pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Discipline, 18pp, 24x, in PP 237-238, 14pp in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Do We Want Industrial Peace? 18pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Does Labor Brutalize? in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Earth Hunger or the Philosophy of Land Grabbing, 28pp, 24x in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Earth-Hunger and Other Essays, 1913, 387pp, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Economics and Politics, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Equality, 3pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Federal Legislation on Railroads, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, First Steps Toward a Millennium, 1888, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Folkways, A Study of the Sociological Importance of the Usages, Manners, Customs, Mores and Morals, with a special introduction, 5pp, by William Lyon Phelps, with index and bibliography, 697pp, 1906, 1934, 1940, in PP 1305/1306: 1-232.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, For President? 1876, 15pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Foreword to “Lynch-Law” by James Elbert Cutler, 1905, 2pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Foreword to “The Anthracite Coal Industry”, by Peter Roberts, 1901, 2pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Industrial War, 1886, 10pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Integrity in Education, 14pp, 24x in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Introductory Lecture to Courses in Political and Social Science, 1873, 13pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Is Liberty a Lost Blessing? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Laissez-Faire, a fragment, written toward the end of the 1880-s, 10pp, from: Essays of W.G.S., ed. by A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, in PP 1307: 95- 98.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Land Monopoly, 6pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Lectures on the History of Protection in the United States, 1876, 63pp, 29x, in PP 225.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Legislation by Clamor, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Discipline, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Labor, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Law, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Machinery, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Opportunity, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Property, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty and Responsibility, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Liberty, 40pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Memorial Day Address, 1872, 16pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Modern Marriage, ca. 1903, THE YALE REVIEW, Jan. 1924, XIII, 249-275, from: Essays of W.G.S., ed. By A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, 30pp, in PP 1307: 88- 95.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, On Minding One’s Own Business, FEE, 1951, from Sumner’s What Social Classes Owe to Each Other, 1883, 11pp, in PP 961.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, On the Case of a Certain Man Who Is Never Thought of, 10pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Our Colleges before the Country, 20pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Politics in America, 1776-1876, 1876, 52pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Power and Progress, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Problems in Political Economy, 1885, 131pp, in PP 1091.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Prosperity Strangled by Gold, 1896, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Protectionism Twenty Years After, 1906, 10pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, PROTECTIONISM, THE -ISM WHICH TEACHES THAT WASTE MAKES WEALTH, 1885, 106pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Protective Taxes and Wages, 3pp, from an esssay in the NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, Jan. 83, pp.270-276, in PP 1418: 40.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Purposes and Consequences, 7pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Religion and the Mores, 20 pp, 29x, in PP 424, 14pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Reply to a Socialist, 1904, 8pp, 29x, in PP 239, 6pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Republican Government, 18pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Rights, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, see KELLER, A.G., The Forgotten Man’s Almanac, Rations of Common Sense from William Graham Sumner, selected by A.G. Keller, published for the William Graham Sumner Club, 1943, 365pp? Here reproduced on 51 sheets, in PP 1093. Does this club still exist? There may still exist unpublished papers and essays by W.G.S. – J.Z.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Selected Essays, ed. by A.G. Keller & M.R. Davie, 1924, 356pp, 24x, PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Separation of State and Market, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Shall Americans Own Ships? 1881, 12pp, 24x, in PP 237-238, 10pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Social Darwinism: Selected Essays, review by ROTHBARD, 1/2p: 33, in PP 1468.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Social War in Democracy, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Sociological Fallacies, 1884, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Sociology as a College Subject, 1906, 5pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Sociology, 28pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Some Natural Rights, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Some Points in the New Social Creed, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Speculative Legislation, 5pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, State Interference, 26pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Strikes and the Industrial Organization, 1887, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Tariff Reform, 1888, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Abolition of Poverty, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Absurd Effort to Make the World Over, 13pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Administration of Andrew Jackson, 1880, 34pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The American Code, extract from Memorial Day Address, 1972, in Essays of W.G.S., ed. by A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, 2pp, in PP 1307: 81.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Banquet of Life, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242 & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Bequests of the 19th Century to the 20th, ca. 1901, THE YALE REVIEW, Summer 1933, XXII, 732-754, 28pp, in Essays of W.G.S., ed. by A.G. Keller and M.R. Davie, 1911-1934, in PP 1307: 81- 88.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Boon of Nature, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Case of the Forgotten Man Further Considered, 14pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Challenge of Facts (36pp) AND OTHER ESSAYS, 1914, 450pp, 29x, PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Commercial Crisis of 1837, written 1877 or 1878, 30pp, 24x in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Concentration of Wealth: Its Economic Justification, 1902, 10pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Conflict of Plutocracy and Democracy, 5pp, 24x in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Conquest of the United States by Spain & other Essays, 2pp: 156, in PP 1457/62. Review by P. FRANK MINTZ, 2pp, in PP 1457/62, sheet 156.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Conquest of the United States by Spain, 40pp, 29x, in PP 424, & 1988, in only 3pp, in 1027.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Cooperative Commonwealth, 24pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Crime of 1893, 1896, 10pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Delusion of the Debtors, 1896, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Demand for Men, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Disappointment of Liberty, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Establishment of Protection in the United States, 22pp, 29x, in PP 602.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Fallacy of Territorial Extension, 12pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Family and Property, 9pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Family and Social Change, 22pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Family Monopoly, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242, & in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Financier and the Finances of the American Revolution, in 2 volumes, 1891, 1970, indexed, with bibliography, 340 & 318pp, in PP 1275 & 1276. – A biography of Robert Morris and a financial history of interest to monetary freedom advocates. – J.Z.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Forgotten Man and Other Essays, 1918, 559pp, indexed, with bibliography of W.G. Sumner’s writings, 24x, PP 237-238. The Forgotten Man, 1883, 34pp, 24x, in PP 237-238, 25pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Free-Coinage Scheme is Impracticable at every Point, 1896, 24x, in PP 237-238. (“Free” Silver coinage at a FIXED price against gold, is hardly an example of “free coinage”. J.Z.)
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Influence of Commercial Crises on Opinions about Economic Doctrines, 1879, 26pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Mores of the Present and the Future, 18pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The New Social Issue, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Philosophy of Strikes, 1883, 10pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Power and Beneficence of Capital, 10pp, 24x, in PP 242, 1899 in 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Predicament of Sociological Study, 11pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Predominant Issue, 18pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Proposed Dual Organization of Mankind, 14pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Science of Sociology, 1882, 24x, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Scientific Attitude of Mind, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Shifting of Responsibility, 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 4pp, 24x in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Significance of the Demand for Men, 5pp, 29x, in PP 239, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The State and Monopoly, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The State as an “Ethical Person”, 4pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Status of Women in Chaldea, Egypt, Judea and Greece to the Time of Christ, 40pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, The Teacher’s Unconscious Success, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Trusts and Trades-Unions, 1888, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, War and other Essays, 1911, 1970, 373pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, War, 32pp, 24x, in PP 242, 40pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Emancipates? 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Is Civil Liberty? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Is Free Trade? 1886, 8pp, 24x, in PP 237-238.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Is the “Proletariat”? 5pp, 29x, in PP 239, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Makes the Rich Richer and the Poor Poorer? 1887, 13pp, 29x, in PP 239.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Our Boys Are Reading, 1880, in PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What Social Classes Owe to each other, 1883, 1974, 145pp, 29x, in PP 535.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, What the “Social Question” Is, 7pp, 29x, in PP 239, 5pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Is Free? 17pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Is Free? Is It the Civilized Man? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Is Free? Is It The Millionaire? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Is Free? Is It The Savage? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Is Free? Is It The Tramp? In PP 1074.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Who Win by Progress? 6pp, 29x, in PP 239, 4pp, 24x, in PP 242.
SUMNER, WILLIAM GRAHAM, Witchcraft, 24pp, 29x, in PP 424.
SUN HERALD, THE, March 28, 1971, p. 23: Team Finds Drug Dangerous, 1p, on effect of marihuana on rats, in PP 1395: 78.
SUNBURST, A Journal of Anarchist Thought, North American Libertarian Alliance, I/1 & 2, July – August 1971, 19pp, in PP 998.
SUNDAY CLOSING LAWS, PP 1103/4.
SUNDMAN, RICK, Advantages, Disadvantages of Rare Coin Investment, 2pp, 48x in PP 739.
SUNSHINE NEWS, Atomic Australia, a survey, 1p, 29x, in PP 423.
SUPERANNUATION FUNDS & UNIONS, PP 599.
SUPERCOMPUTER SYSTEM & SUPERCOMPUTER CLUB, proposed in PP 20/21. It was to start with its list of 1000 libertarian projects and subscriptions to, initially, only to paper archives and photocopied information, but not enough “clerks for liberty’ and libertarian computer fans could be found for this large project. Thus I took up fiching, to at least increase my own productivity about hundredfold. – J.Z. – Annual page output (not sales!) increased 189 times! – J.Z., 6/99.
SUPLIZIO, PAUL E., Application of the Quantity Theory of Money to Barter Exchange Management, 1986, 12pp, with some notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 905.
SUPLIZIO, PAUL E., Brief, 9 Sep. 88 to IRS in the matter of The Trade Exchange, 7pp, 29x, in PP 905.
SUPLIZIO, PAUL E., Commercial Barter Exchanges in Society, address, 1985, 18pp, 29x, in PP 905.
SUPPLY-SIDE ECONOMICS, PP 418/19p219.
SUPREME COURT, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Judicial Monopoly over the Constitution: Jefferson’s View, 11pp: 439, in PP 1529- 33. – Free competition is needed between various juridical and law systems. We need consumer sovereignty and freedom of contract and choice, here, too, except for aggressive or fraudulent people with victims. – J.Z., 14.11.98.
SUPREME COURT, See: WATKINS, HAL F., The Supreme Court (Economically Speaking), 4pp: 493, in PP 1529-33.
SUPRYNOWICZ, VIN, What’s in a Name? When you still “Own” your Business but the Government Runs it – that’s Fascism, 2pp: POLITICAL NOTES No. 149: 105, in PP 1516.
SURO, ROBERTO, Tyrol politics turns violent, 1p clipping, 1986, on the survival of the home guard or militia of Tyrol, in PP 1078.
SURRENDER, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Politics of Surrender, Review, 3pp, of: EVANS, STANTON, The Politics of Surrender: 32,in PP 1529-33. – One could, seemingly, even formally, surrender towards a totalitarian regime that threatens with nuclear war, IF one has fully grasped the potentials and techniques of tyrannicide and libertarian revolution. – J.Z., 22.11.98.
SURRENDER, THE PENALTY OF, PP 307. – However, rather surrender, officially, to a nuclear weapons threat than try to fight it, officially, with nuclear” weapons”. But fight uncompromisingly against it with all rightful means, including military insurrections and tyrannicide, while it exists. – J.Z. Compare Defence, Nuclear War Threat, Militia, Social Defence, Revolution,
SURROGATE PREGNANCY, PP 1052-61 (LA Pamphlets 3).
SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL, for the rights of threatened tribal people, 6pp, in PP 469. – I do favour their international federation, together with that of all other suppressed minorities – and majorities, on the common platform of FULL EXTERRITORIAL AUTONOMY FOR ALL VOLUNTEER COMMUNITIES. See: ON PANARCHY, vols. 1-17. – J.Z.
SURVIVAL MICROBOOKS, 1p adv. for their Pocket Survival Microbooks, 1/4-sized microfiche, 29x, in PP 638.
SURVIVAL, IS IT POSSIBLE TO SURVIVE? PP 385 & 409. (Werkheiser)
SURVIVALISM, PP 316 – 318, 851,
SURVIVALISM: WALDROP, BOB, Preparing for War, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1488. A libertarian point of view, alas, only from the survivalist position. – I am much more interested in preparing for the prevention of wars. Libertarians have so much to offer in this respect – but they rarely discuss this issue. – J.Z.
SURVIVORS OF ABORTION, Pregnant & Unhappy about it? 6pp, in PP 1428/29: 367.
SUSLIN, ALEX, Mines with shorter lives, letter to THE AUSTRALIAN, 27.6.95, 1p, in PP 1276.
SUSTAINABLE GROWTH, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Sustainable Growth, Slow Growth, 2pp: 96, in PP 1515.
SUTHERLAND, DONALD, Watch on the Tiber, 9pp: 229, in PP 1506/07. – A sketch.
SUTHERLAND, TRACY, Chernobyl’s Heroes Pay Tragic Price, 1p, in PP 1349: 121.
SUTTNER, BERTHA VON, Die Haager Friedens-Conferenz, Tagebuchblaetter von Bertha von Suttner, 1900, 380pp, mit Anmerkungen von Ulrich von Beckerath, the latter translated into English, and 3pp of notes by John Zube, in PP 1117.
SUTTON, PITMAN R., The “Unconscious” and Scientific Respectability, 6pp: 84, in PP 1479.
SUTTON, R. PITMAN, On Economics and Scientific Methology, 4pp: 24, in PP 1479.
SUVOROV, VICTOR, Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War? 1990, 364pp, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
SVEISTRUP, HANS, Prof., STIRNERS 3 EGOISMEN – wider Karl Marx, Othmar Spann und die Fysiokraten, 1932, 107 S., indexiert, 29x, in PP 372.
SWAN, CHARLES H., Jr., Monetary Problems and Reforms, 1897, 81pp, in PP 970. Of some monetary freedom interest. – J.Z.
SWAN, G.S., Anarchism vs. Abortion, 3pp: 158, with 1p reply by KERNOCHAN, JIM: 160, in PP 501.
SWAN, GEORGE STEVEN, The Quick, the Dead & the Libertarian, an essay on inheritance theories held by several libertarians, 1977, 8pp, 29x, in PP 243.
SWAN, PETER L. & BERNSTAM, MIKHAIL S., Support for Single Parents, 14pp, CIS, in PP 1147.
SWAN, PETER L., On Buying a Job: The Regulation of Taxi Cabs in Canberra, 1979, CIS, 18pp, 29x, in PP 397.
SWAN, PETER L., Regulation of Insurance Brokers, 16pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.
SWAN, PETER L., The Economics of QUANGOS: SECV and ELCOM, CIS, 1983, 14pp, 36x, in PP 720.
SWAN, PETER L., The Libertarian Challenge to Big Government, 7pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p209.
SWAN, PETER L., The Pure Food Laws and Regulations: Burdensome Laws in Search of Meaningful Objectives? CIS Policy Monograph 13, 1987, 50pp, in PP 1146.
SWANCARA, FRANK, Bad By-Products of Religion. How the Pious Twist Truth, Persecute Freethinkers, Commit Crimes, Advance Unsupported Claims and in other Ways Indulge in Anti-Social Behavior, 1947, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-618, 64pp, in PP 1221.
SWANCARA, FRANK, Black Lies as Evangelic Aids, Defamation as an Ingredient of Evangelism, and other articles, by various authors, 1950, 32pp, Haldeman – Julius Publication B-862, in PP 1227.
SWANCARA, FRANK, Religion and Crime. The Anti-Social Results and Debilitating Influence of Religious Emotions and Concepts, Haldeman – Julius Publications, B-577, 1947, 64pp, in PP 1221.
SWANN HARDING, T., Why I am A Skeptic, 1929, 37pp, in Little Blue Book No. 1334, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1189.
SWANN, ROBERT, A World Currency Based on Community Land Trust Resources, 6pp: 127ff, in PP 1465. – Will the ancient land bank idea never die? Only mortgage banks can somewhat mobilize land values. But mortgages are unsuitable as currencies. Currencies must be the equivalent of daily wanted consumer goods and services and redeemable in them, rather than only in some capital values, like real estate or agricultural land. – But local currencies to pay rents, taxes and rates, as well as local public service charges, are possible. They have sufficient CURRENT debt or clearing foundation. – Free banking discussion. – J.Z.
SWANN, ROBERT, Abstract of Proposal to Issue a Local Stable Currency in the Berkshire Region of New England, 2pp, 95, in PP 1465. – An initiative of the E.F. Schumacher Society, together with -John McClaughry, Chairman of the Local Stable Currency Advisory Board, Concord. – Free banking discussion. Most monetary reformers are still in so many ways on the wrong track and always ready for actions they have not yet sufficiently pondered and checked against monetary freedom literature. – J.Z.
SWANN, ROBERT, Bioregional Economics, 2pp: 126 & 133, in PP 1465. – Draft, trying to place local currency in a context of bioregional economics. – A local currency must have a local foundation in local goods and services but not necessarily one in all those of what, all too loosely, has been defined as a “bioregion”. It is not part of any distinct local ecology. – J.Z., 16.5.98. – Free banking discussion. – Unless, of course, one considers free human societies, operating in quite free markets, as part of human ecology. – J.Z., 19.6.99.
SWANN, ROBERT, Land, Land Trusts, and Employment, 4pp, in PP 1386/91: 262.
SWANN, ROBERT, Letter on Interested Friends & Supporters, Feb. 8, 1985, Update on progress of Local Stable Currency Experiment, 2pp: 93, in PP 1465. – Free banking discussion.
SWANN, ROBERT, New World Bank and Currency Proposal, 2pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
SWANN, ROBERT, Notes on Local Village Currency. Labor Standard of Value vs. Commodity Standard of Value, 1979, 2pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
SWANN, ROBERT, Proposal for a Decentralized Alternative Monetary System, 1979, 6pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
SWANN, ROBERT, Some letters & extracts on monetary reform, 4pp, 29x, in PP 586/587.
SWANN, ROBERT, The Cooperative Land Bank Concept, 1979, 4pp, 36x, in PP 381.
SWANN, ROBERT, The Need for Local Currencies, 1988, 1990, 16pp, 8th Annual E.F. Schumacher Lecture, E.F. Schumacher Society, in PP 1195.
SWANN, ROBERT, The Place of a Local Currency in a World Economy: Towards an Economy of Permanence. Talk, April 85, year? 13pp: 114-126, in PP 1465. – This seems to be a complete version. An incomplete one was fiched in PP 739. – Free banking discussion.
SWANN, ROBERT, The Place of a Local Currency in a World Economy: Towards an Economy of Permanence, 14pp (On “Berkshares”, at least one page appears missing.), 48x, in PP 739.
SWANN, ROBERT, Towards an Economy of Permanence. The Place of a Local Currency, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 869.
SWANN, ROBERT, Towards World-wide Rural Renaissance, 1967, 2pp, on the International Foundation for Independence, 24x, in PP 55.
SWANSON, NEIL H., The First Rebel, the story of James Smith and the Pennsylvania Uprising, 2pp only of the cover of this interesting book, in order to encourage you to search for it and read it. – J.Z. In PP ???
SWARTZ, CLARENCE LEE, An Epidemic of Law, 1p, in PP 1283-1286, sheets 492/93. – What would he have said on the legislative avalanches of our times? – J.Z.
SWARTZ, CLARENCE LEE, in collaboration with The Mutualist Associates : WHAT IS MUTALISM?, 1927, 1945, 253pp, 24x, PP 197.
SWAZILAND ’88, Libertarianism Comes of Age, 6pp LI leaflet, in PP 890.
SWEARINGEN, VIRGIL L., Discovering Self-Government. A Bible-Based Study Guide, 1986, ca. 57pp: 357, in PP 1506/07. – I am rather anti-religion than pro-religion & my inspiration for liberty did not come from the Bible or any other “holy” book. Which liberties are NOT compatible with Christianity? However, if you REALLY & CONSISTENTLY favour liberty ideas and practices then I do not care how YOU derive them. – J.Z.
SWEDEN, PP 954, 1028/29, 1051-61 (LA Historical Notes 17),
SWEDEN, See: GRUBEL, HERB, The Troubles of Socialism in Sweden, 1p: 74, in PP 1515.
SWEDEN, See: HOLM, CARL G., Swedish Report, 3pp: 13, in PP 1506/07.
SWEDEN, See: KERR, ROGER, Sweden: Fallen Icon, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 128.
SWEDEN, See: KRAUS, MELVYN B., The Swedish Road to Serfdom Has Four Stops, 1p: 27, in PP 1469.
SWEDEN, WELFARE STATE, see FOERETAGAREFOERBUNDETS RAPPORTER, in PP 954.
SWEDEN: BROWN, ERIC, Sweden’s empty smorgasbord, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 183.
SWEET, MELISSA, 1,000 disabled girls illegally sterilized: 122, in PP 1496.
SWEETWATER COMMUNITY LAND TRUST, 16pp, in PP 1394: 96.
SWELL News from South Africa, Summer 88 edition, 4pp, in PP 848.
SWISS CURRENCY COMPETITION, PP 814.
SWISS DEMOCRACY, PP 509, 1052-61 (Paul Marks), 1062, see REFERENDUM.
SWISS DEMOCRACY, See under Referendum,
SWISS DEMOCRACY, See: BONJOUR, FELIX, in PP 1062.
SWISS MILITIA, PP 1070. See: Militia.
SWITZERLAND, See: RUSSELL, DEAN, The Secrets of Swiss Prosperity, 10pp: 506, in PP 1529-33.
SWITZERLAND, See: SIGG, OSWALD, Switzerland’s Political Institutions, 1983, 1987, 61pp, in PP 1367/68: 148.
SYDNEY ANARCHIST NEWS, May 95 & The Big Payoff of VISIONS OF FREEDOM, 2pp: 126, in PP 1475. – Typically, nothing was allocated to get all conference papers onto microfiche. Anyhow, I had offered to do it free of charge, if only they bothered to supply them to me for this. They did not. Nor did they arrange for their fiching. But there was the usual complaining about “press barons”. – Maybe they even imagined that I am one, unaware that each of them could become such a “press baron”. But usually the dislike of individualist anarchists and anarcho-capitalists is even stronger. – J.Z., 18.5.98.
SYDNEY ANARCHIST QUARTERLY, Summer 1994/5, 28pp: 50; Autumn 95, 26pp: 65, in PP 1503.
SYDNEY BIO-REGIONAL RESOURCE GUIDE, 13pp, 42x, in PP 637.
SYDNEY HOOK, Stalin, Mystery and Legacy, Review of: 3 books on Stalin, 2pp: 78, in PP 1468. – If it were not for the fact that under the present territorial system other Stalins might come to power, many of the victims of Stalin would be more worth writing about. Do YOU know of ANYTHING worthwhile that Stalin has said or written? – J.Z.
SYDNEY LIBERTARIANS, The Sydney Line, 1963, 125pp, selections from THE BROADSHEET, Nos. 1-25, in PP 897. – I am trying to get my collection of THE BROADSHEET complete, for microfilming, although its stance, of a mere permanent protest, does not appeal to me at all. Who can help in this? I do always prefer positive ideas and proposals, if I can get them. But I got enquiries for this publication and it might help to popularize the microfiche self-publishing options. For years I have waited in vain for the library of the Jura Bookshop to get its files of magazines into shape. Upon x requests, stretching over many years, to put my reading machine with a set of Peace Plans on display, I got no response. – I was told that the Fisher Library, at Sydney U., has now a complete set of THE BROADSHEET. – J.Z.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, Sep. 20,1975: Workers share company – and profits, on Mr. Louis Kelso’s plan, 1p, 24x, in PP 145-146.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, Dec. 14, 1976, Plans to rid courts of a “health problem”, The Oregon experience, 2p, in PP 1362/63: 237.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, extract: Terror for sale at nuclear bazar, 1p, in PP 1349: 119.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, Get drunk, eat bread, a very short clipping on the addition of vitamin B1 to bread, for the benefits of those suffering from WKS, the Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome, prevalent among alcoholics. In PP 1489. – Another instance of involuntary mass medication – not just of drinkers but of everyone. In this it is just like the fluoridation of the water supply. Next step: Cure those suffering from V.D. by putting the “medicine” into flour or water? Will they finally put medicines against EVERY disease into the foods and drinks of all, regardless of side effects of each, regardless of how much they would take with their varying good and drink intake, regardless of accumulating effects, regardless of chemical interactions, regardless of whether they are sick at all, regardless of consent? “Resist the beginnings!” – said already the ancient Romans. – PIOT, J.Z., 20. Dec. 1997.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, THE, Global deal to open up markets, Dec. 15, 1977, 2pp: 124, in PP 1495. – Alas, the “fat cats” are still involved, this time posing as “liberators” with their trade and financial “deal”. One thing they and the national “trade” ministers are not going to allow is secession by individuals and dissenting groups from their “tender care, concern & help”. – If we had “Free Trade for Free Traders” and “Protectionism for Protectionists”, then it would soon become obvious which group would be better off. – J.Z.
SYDNEY TELEPHONE BOOK, some pages on fiching, 3 sheets, in PP 907-910. I hold such entries to be typical for large cities. Your micrographic liberty may be only a few phone calls away!
SYLLA, RICHARD, The Forgotten Private Banker, 5pp, from THEFREEMAN, April 1995: 107, in PP 1519.
SYMBOLS OF ANARCHISM, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Flag, Torch & Fist. The Symbols of Anarchism, 5pp: 595, in PP 1484/85. Unsigned.
SYME, RONALD, Sir, Liberty in Classical Antiquity, in ASPECTS OF AMERICAN LIBERTY, Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society, 1977: 8-15, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p46. Headed: Interest and Ambition.
SYMONDS, MICHAEL, Small poppies in a poll position, 1p, 1993, on “voting “by lot, clipping, in PP 1305/1306: 311.
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FUNDING: BENSON, REX, The Buck Stops Here, on symphony orchestra funding, 2pp., in PP 1336 – 39: 404.
SYNCREDITING, See: LEHMAN, MARY L., in PP 25.
SYNDICALISM, Discussion, Parker, Picket, Williams, Moss, e.g., 4pp: 108, in PP 501.
SYNDICALISM, PP 240, 349,606, 629, 724, 788, 839, 871, 873, 895, 906, 1099, 1140, 1143, 1157, 1164,
SYNDICALISM, See ARVIDSSON, EVERT, Der Freiheitliche Syndicalismus im Wohlfahrtsstaat, Die Freie Gesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1960, 51 S., in PP 1099.
SYNDICALISM, See ESTEY, J.A., Revolutionary Syndicalism, An Exposition and a Criticism, with an introduction by L. Lovell Price, 1913, indexed, 212pp, in PP 1143.
SYNDICALISM, see MAXIMOFF, G.P., Program of Anarcho-Syndicalism, 1927, published 1952 in the book Constructive Anarchism, by Maximoff. Here reproduced from the 1985 edition of Monty Miller Press, Sydney, in PP 1164.
SYNDICALISM, see MAXIMOFF, G.P., Syndicalists in the Russian Revolution, 1979 edition, 16pp, with “Afterward: relevance to workers in the 80/s”, by STEIN, JEFF, 8pp, in PP 1140.
SYNDICALISM, See: ANON., Syndikalismus – Kritik. Malatesta – Rocker – Ruediger, 4 S.: 99, in PP 1476.
SYNDICALISM, See: ARMAND, E., Les Ouvriers, les Syndicats & les Anarchistes, l’en dehors, Orleans, 17pp: 68, in PP 1489.
SYNDICALISM, See: AUTOGESTIONE.
SYNDICALISM, See: GAMBONE, L., Syndicalism in Myth & Reality, 1995, 16pp, in PP 1355: 54- 57.
SYNDICALISM, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Review of: BROWN, TOM, British Syndicalism: Pages of Labour History, 1994: 2pp: 775, in PP 1484/85.
SYNDICALISM, See: I.W.W.
SYNDICALISM, See: MALATESTA, ERRICO, Anarchismus – Syndikalismus, ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 9, 40 S., in PP 1157.
SYNDICALISM, See: RUEDIGER, HELMUT, Diskussionsbrief an einen Freund ueber J.P. Proudhon und den Syndikalismus, 31.3.1949, 20pp: 50, in PP 1455.
SYNDICALISM, See: S., Anarcho Syndikalismus, 1p: 98, in PP 1476.
SYNTHESIS, A Newsletter for Social Ecology, issues 3, Oct. 76; 10, June 82; 11, Oct. 82; 12, Feb. 82; 13, June 83; 14, Aug. 83; 15, Jan. 84; 16, April 84; 17, Aug. 84; 18, Dec. 84; 19, April 85; 20, Aug. 85; incomplete, 140pp, in PP 1415: 1. – Selected, copied, pasted & numbered by Piet Bouter. So don’t blame me. – I had bought a few copies at JURA BOOKS but they never interested me enough and due to their flawed printing I had indefinitely postponed readying them for fiching. – J.Z., 4.5.97.
SYNTHESIS, San Pedro, A newsletter & journal for Social Ecology, Deep Ecology, and Bioregionalism, 1/86, No. 21, 21pp: 80, in PP 1504.
SYNTHETIC PHILOSOPHY OF HERBERT SPENCER, PP 820/21.
SYSTEMANTICS, by JOHN GALL, contains a short statement of panarchistic ideas in his own terms: PP 589/90.
SZAMUEELY, HELEN, Why Anti-Federalists Must not Unite (and above all not Have a Referendum), TACTICAL NOTES No. 19, 2pp: 107, in PP 1487.
SZASZ, THOMAS S., About Behaviorism, 2pp review of B.F. Skinner’s book with the same title, in PP 1367/68: 32.
SZASZ, THOMAS, A Different Dose for Different Folks, SKEPTIC, USA, 7, 1977, 63-70, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p75. Headed: Personal Choice.
SZASZ, THOMAS, Against Behaviorism, reviewing Skinner, 1991, 4pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 5, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
SZASZ, THOMAS, Drug Prohibition, 4pp, 1978, in PP 1362/63: 19.
SZASZ, THOMAS, Justice in the Therapeutic State, The Theology of Medicine : The Political-Philosophical Foundations of Medical Ethics, Harper & Row, N.Y., 1977, chap. 9: 118-133, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p53. Headed: The Therapeutic State.
SZASZ, THOMAS, See: BREGGIN, R. PETER, Review of: The Age of Madness, edited by T.S., 1p: 24, in PP 1468.
SZASZ, THOMAS, The Morality of Drug Controls, 1990, 4pp, in PP 1,027.
SZASZ, THOMAS, The Protocols of the Learned Experts on Heroin, 8pp, in PP 1,020.
SZE, ALBERT Y, Double-Talk on Formosa, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 20.
SZECHENYI, CHRIS, Afrikaners keep apartheid alive in private haven, 1p clipping, in PP 468. That is where it always belonged: to private choice and voluntary discrimination or voluntary segregation.
SZMAK, G., Charter of Economic Order, 1957, 3pp, 24x, in PP 5, 29x, in PP 611.
SZMAK, G., Charter of Economic Order, 4pp, n.d., in PP 25. – S. favoured monetary freedom.
SZMAK, G., Leaflets on his System of Industrial Cooperation and Profit Sharing, 1952,1953, 1962, 15pp: a) The Who, What and Why of Cooperatives, b) Business Organizational Distincitions, c) Cooperative Production System. Dividend Compensation Method, Nr. 41, d) Profit-Sharing and Incentive Taxation, Report of the Finance Committee, United States Senate, 1939, e) Cost + Profit = Price, f) Overspending the Manpower, g) Cooperative Production System, Dividend Compensation Method, No.43, h) Charter of Organization, Construction Survey Cooperative, i) Cooperative Management Questionaire, 29x, in PP 417.
SZMAK, G., Specifications for a Better World, 3pp, in PP 25.
SZMAK, G., The Four Blind Spots, 4pp in PP 25.
SZMAK, G., The Ten Demandments of Economic Order, 1p, 24x, in PP 12, 48x, in PP. 589/590.
SZMAK, GO, Charter for Economic Order, n.d., 4pp, Specifications for a Better World, 3pp & The Four Blind Spots, 4pp, in PP 25. – G. was a monetary freedom advocate, with his own “system”. – J.Z.
SZUMILEWICZ, IRENA, Incommensurability and the Rationality of the Development of Science, BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, 28, 1977, 345-350, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p91. Headed: Reason and Choice.