UN DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, See: STEVENS, RICHARD W., The “Human Rights” Deception, THE FREEMAN, 12/98, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 343.

UN. See: STAGNARO, CARLO, The UN, World Domination, and Free States, an interview with Gene Karl of FINE, 3pp, in PP 1663: 51, LFCT, Oct. 30, 00.

UNCLE BLOODSUCKER WANTS YOU! SIL Poster, Society for Libertarian Life, 1p, in PP 1706: 207.

UNCLE BOB, E-mail messages of 3 August 01 (Accidental death by medical treatment a much greater risk than accidental death by gun use), 5 August 01 (on human cloning attempt – all too long delayed! – J.Z.), 1 August 01 (on the statism of “homo sapiens”), 30.10.01 (Operation Enduring Patriotism), 5pp, in PP 1732: 197. –

UNDERDOGS OR ACHIEVERS? See: UPTON, MILLER, I’m for the Achiever! THE FREEMAN, 3/73, 1p, in PP 1755/56: 409. – Probably the achievers help the underdogs most, not only directly, via voluntary charity but through their examples and achievements. For instance, how many poor people are there who cannot afford a pen or pencil or a cheap digital watch, or a can of beans for 35 cents? – J.Z., 1.6.02.


UNEARNED INCOME, See: READ, LEONARD E., Unearned Riches, 4pp: 159, in PP 1560.

UNEMPLOYMENT, MACHINES, ROBOTS & AUTOMATION, See: SHANNON, RUSSELL, Robots! , THE FREEMAN, 5/83, 4pp, in PP 1754: 115. – ROSS, ERNEST G., Robot Protectionism, THE FREEMAN, 4/83, 5pp, in PP 1754: 119, reg. unemployment & machines. – Compare also immigration restrictions. The fear, prevailing under monetary despotism, of involuntary unemployment, is behind many evil and irrational actions. – J.Z., 1.6.02.

UNEMPLOYMENT AND IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS, See: DAVIS, TONY, Homeless bound, 1p, in PP 1610: 116. – On train station signs during the depression: “Jobless men keep moving – we can’t take care of our own.” – Aren’t all immigration restrictions, formally legalized, based on the same ignorant, prejudiced and thoughtless approach? They really do not know, do not want to know and show no interest in the real causes and solutions. But then, this applies to most of the potential immigrants as well. Although they do favour freedom to migrate, they do not favour all those liberties that would make them welcome or independent anywhere, as self-supporting, peaceful, productive and trading people, living under their own laws and institutions, as long as they prefer them, individually. “Natives”, earlier immigrants and later ones should all be free to live legally, not geographically, as far apart and differently and independently as they want to. – PIOT, John Zube, 21.2.2000.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: BAADER, ROLAND, Arbeit finanzieren statt Arbeitslosigkeit? “Recht auf Arbeit”? 3 S. , in PP 1617: 38.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: BOORMAN, LIONEL, Does Technology Create Unemployment? 1p: 113, in PP 1583.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See : FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Price Theory: First Edition, Chapter 22, Inflation and Unemployment, 19pp, in PP 1711/12: 205. – From the 1st ed. of “Price Theory”, chapter 22, which was eliminated in the 2nd ed.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: MANNERS, RON, Let’s Create Real Jobs This Time, 1992, 8pp, in PP 1614: 83. – Jobs do not have to be artificially “created”. They would develop spontaneously in growing and booming enterprises under full economic freedom, especially full monetary and financial freedom. – J.Z., 20.2.2000.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Jobs and Trade, THE FREEMAN, 7/96, 2pp, , in PP 1759/60: 330. – Although S. is a monetary freedom advocate – at least here he does not see and describe the connection between free banking and full employment. Naturally, wage, profit, rent and interest rates ought to be free as well. But everything cannot be blamed on meddling with them only. – J.Z.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Unemployment in Puerto Rico, THE FREEMAN, 6/83, 9pp, in PP 1759/60: 217. – Here, too, he seems to ignore the effects of monetary despotism. There is no freedom, there, either, for competing local currencies to compete for local labor. Later Dr. S. wrote an excellent book on free banking. Self-defeating restrictions like minimum wages tend to arise and to be maintained only under conditions of monetary despotism. They are not, by themselves, sufficient to explain the phenomenon of involuntary mass unemployment. – J.Z., 19.5.02.

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SUPRYNOWICZ, VIN, How Would the Free Market ‘Set People to Work”? 2pp, in PP 1616:

UNEMPLOYMENT, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Unemployment Crisis, 5pp: 193, in PP 1589-94.

UNIONS & LABOUR LEGISLATION: See PP 1764 for at least 17 articles on this subject.

UNIONS, See: JOHNSON, PAUL, A Brotherhood of National Misery, 3pp: 118, in PP 1597. – An abridged version of his famous article on unionism that appeared in THE NEW STATESMEN a few years ago, says the introduction to this article in: PROGRESS, Sep. 1977.

UNIONS, See: POIROT, PAUL L., Combinations in Restraint of Trade, THE FREEMAN, 6/69, 3pp, in PP 1766-68: 138. – The worst of such combinations is any territorial government. It does not permit any competition with it in “its turf”, just like any other crime syndicate. – And “limited government” advocates uphold this monopoly! – J.Z.

UNITED MICRONATIONS, Home Page, 1p, in PP 1722: 189. – I do not expect much from all those who do not clearly indicate their main and positive freedom, peace or justice idea. – As far as I know the listed REPUBLIC OF FREEDONIA is somewhat libertarian. – J.Z., 29.6.01.

UNITED NATIONS, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, 2pp: 72, in PP 1551. – One of the worst! – J.Z.

UNITED TAXPAYERS OF EARTH, UTOE, Declaration of Sovereignty, 1p & Q & A (Dagny & X), 7pp, in PP 1664/65: 253, comments & questions to:

UNITY, See: MOORE, RODERICK, The Causes of British Disunity, POLITICAL NOTES No. 160, 2pp, in PP1742: 79. – Disunity is natural. We are all individuals, not mass-produced robots: nationals, faithfuls or ideologues, no matter how hard the governmental miseducation and propaganda machine tries to achieve that. The Soviets did not achieve a nation of Soviet Men, the Nazis not a nation of Nazis. No other faith or dogma unifies all people in a territory, except their territorial spleens and other popular errors, myths and prejudices. – J.Z., 31.5.02.

UNIVERSAL LIFE CHURCH, The Minister Method, 1p, on tax strike, in PP 1656-1659: 107.




UNIVERSITIES, See: LONG, RODERICK T., A University Built by the Invisible Hand, 2pp: 331, in PP 1601-04.

UNIVERSITY TEXTBOOKS FOR ECONOMICS, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, Best Textbooks for a Free-Market University, THE FREEMAN, 12/97, 2pp, in PP 1751/52: 190.

UNKEL, JOHN, Some Wandering Thoughts, 2pp: 25, in PP 1549. – On State Governments making grants to the Federal Government, rather than the reverse.

UN-PARY, Introducing the UN-Party. Help Us UnDo Big Government, 1p. Advertisement, in PP 1656-1659: 429. Another adv., 1p: 442.

UPDATE, II/7, July 82, 12pp: 128, in PP 1589-94.

UPRIGHT OSTRICH, THE, Milwaukee, published & edited by Peggy Poor (Mother O), incomplete set, 533 pp, in PP 1637-1640: 1. – It is not a “pure” libertarian publication but rather a patriotic and new age one. But it offers e.g., tax resistance, opposition to big government & to gun control and the drug war, and favours constitutionalism & a stable currency. On the other hand, it offers the usual conspiracy theories and odd economic notions, from opposition to “usury” and “free” energy projects to social credit notions. To be read very critically. – J.Z. The UPRIGHT OSTRICH issues in this compilation, all on hand, are the following: March 86; April 86; October 86; January 87; April 88; November 89; December-January 89/90; February 90; March 90; April 90; May 90; June/July 90; August 90; September 90; October 90; November 90; Dec./Jan. 90/91; February 91; March 91; April 91; May 91; June/July 91; August 91. – A letter from Peggy Poor, dated November 20, 1991 stated that publication of THE UPRIGHT OSTRIC is temporarily suspended for health reasons. As far as I know, it was not continued. – J.Z., 3. October 2,000.

UPTON, MILLER, I’m for the Achiever! THE FREEMAN, 3/73, 1p, in PP 1755/56: 409.

UPTON, MILLER, Political Freedom Is not Enough, THE FREEMAN, 9/74, 8pp, in PP 1757/58: 10. – Political freedom is not free without individual secessionism & panarchies. Economic freedom isn’t free without monetary freedom and freedom at the workplace. The limited government view provides only a limited perspective. – J.Z.

UPWINGER IDEA NET, Home page, 2pp, listing libertarian sites and organizations represented on the Internet: 187, in PP 1587. – There are still loads of sites I want to download – if and when I do get around to doing this. – J.Z., 9.11.99.

URBAN RENEWAL, See: ROGGE, BENJAMIN A., No New Urban Jerusalem, IMPRIMIS, 9/74, 14pp, in PP 1757/58: 81, on urban renewal etc.

URE, ANDREW, Dr., See: CHODES, JOHN, Dr. Andrew Ure: Pioneer Free Trader, THE FREEMAN, 10/98, 4pp, in PP 1761-63: 84.

USENET, Groups and Mailing Lists of Interest to Anarchists, 4pp, in PP 1700: 205 Updated 12/27/99. “For a different and more up-to-date list of lists see:

UTILITY VS. JUSTICE, See: BIDINOTTO, ROBERT JAMES, Justice or “Utility”? , THE FREEMAN, 8/95, 3pp, in PP 1759/60: 269.

UTOPIAS, PANARCHISM & FINANCIAL FREEDOM, See: PRINCIPALITY OF NEW UTOPIA, THE, 8pp, aiming at more financial freedom via a virtual “country”, in PP 1689-1693: 1028.

UTOPIAS, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, Freedom & Utopias, THE FREEMAN, 9/83, 13pp, in PP 1765: 179. – Only the exterritorial, voluntaristic and tolerant utopias deserve the name. – J.Z.

UTOPIAS, See: SOCIETY FOR UTOPIAN STUDIES, Home Page, 1/2 p, in PP 1677: 152. – UTOPUS DISCOVERED, A most informal newsletter 1p, in PP 1677: 153. Society for Utopian Studies, contact: Naomi Jacobs, English Dept, Univ. of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-0122. – ZUBE, JOHN to UTOPIAN STUDIES JOURNAL & UTOPUS DISCOVERED 12 Jan. 2001, on Utopias & CD-ROMs, 9pp, in PP 1677: 154.

UTOPIAS, See: SOCIETY FOR UTOPIAN STUDIES, THE, 1/2p, in PP 1707: 114. – Will they dig up and appreciate all the libertarian utopias? – J.Z.

UTOPIA, See: TABLOID NEWS SERVICES, INC., New Utopia to Rise from the Sea! 2pp: 719, in PP 1601-04. Website: www.TABLOID.NETNEWS

UTOPIAS, The First American, See: MARBURY, RICHARD J., The Great Thanksgiving Hoax, , in PP 1737/38: 312. – Gov. Bradford’s story,

UTOPUS DISCOVERED, A most informal newsletter 1p, in PP 1677: 153. Society for Utopian Studies, contact: Naomi Jacobs, English Dept, Univ. of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-0122.

UV INCREASE, See: HOGAN, JAMES P., More Effects of the UV Increase that never Was, 1998, 2pp, in PP 1616: 115.

VALENTINE, TOM, Revisionism. Ein bisschen mehr Wahrheit. From Institute for Historical Review, in DIAGNOSEN, 8/1985? In PP 1607/8. – Sometimes “revisionism” brings even less truth. Some revisionists are biased, too. VALENTURIA, Home Page, Contents & URL list only, 3pp, in PP 1689-1693: 706. – I know I should have put this general web page first but the page numbering was already done. – J.Z. – “Valenturia is a civilization with a socio-cultural government subordinate to Poliveria and Librademia, it exists and operates in the lives and on the property of the sovereign individuals who are its civilzens. Valenturia organizes its civilzens into structured societies and provides cultural directions to foster higher moral standards and improve the quality of life for all by strengthening families and communities and involving everyone in the pursuit of cultural excellence.” – Sometimes one gets the impression that Greg Flanagan, like totalitarians, and all too many utopists, wants to leave nothing undecided and unregulated within his freedom utopia. For instance, I would rather be free of being “structured” into society and without cultural “direction” by others and uninvolved e.g. in the cultural pursuit of excellence e.g. in poetry, dancing, singing, watching operas, participating in organized sports etc., etc. – Many of his suggestions and proposals may be excellent but they do not leave members much choice – unless they set up or join another volunteer community. But at least he has his forum on his website, allowing discussion of his ideas. Moreover, he obviously describes here only the kinds of organizations that he would like to join and he should be at liberty to do so – as others should be at liberty to join or set up their own. – To each the government or non-governmental society of his or her dreams! – PIOT, J.Z. – See GREGORY FLANAGAN & LIBERTOCRACY.

VALENTURIAN GOVERNMENT, 1p, in PP 1689-1693: 686. – For the general Valenturian Home Page see under 93! – “Valenturian government is an Aristomeritocracy, government by the best, most qualified people who have earned their position. The rulers are appointed by the other branches of the government. They are held accountable and their power is kept in check by the Repeals in Council.” – The government mythology, that rule by others is better than self-rule, is continued here. Its most rightful and harmless expression is within volunteer communities that are only exterritorially autonomous. – J.Z., 5.7.01. – See: LIBERTOCRACY & GREG FLANAGAN.

VALENTURIAN SOCIETY, List of chapters and links only, 2pp, in PP 1689-1693: 687.

VALERIAN, VALDAMAR, Behavioral Effects of Fluorides on Mass Populations, 3pp, in PP 1609: 101.

VALUE STANDARDS, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Abstract Value Unit, n.d. 1p, in PP 1723/24: 141. – LABADIE, LAURANCE, Untitled, Sep. 1950? 2pp, on various gold standards, in PP 1723/24: 145.

VALUE THEORY, See: SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Henry George’s Theory of Value, 2pp: 66 & JOHANNSEN, OSCAR B., Value: A Subjective Concept, 2pp: 68, in PP 1564.

VALUE, See: READ, LEONARD E., Freedom’s Theory of Value, 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 180, adapted from the October 1967 essay in THE FREEMAN. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

VALVERDE, MARK, Is Government Drugging to Blame for Wave of School Violence? 1p, in PP 1729: 9.

VANBERG, VIKTOR, J.M. Buchanan and F.A. Hayek: The Thought of Two Nobel Laureates, 2pp: 195, in PP 1574-75.

VANE, HENRY, See: GABB, SEAN, Henry Vane: America’s First Revolutionary, 1992, updated 2000, 5pp, in PP 1673: 75.

VANITY PRESSES, See: HIGH PRODUCTIVITY PUBLISHING, HPPUB, Home Page, 2pp of a vanity press, with many links: 140, in PP 1568. – e-mail: – Self-publishers should compare the offers of all vanity presses with their own microfiche self-publishing options. – J.Z.

VANITY PRESSES, See: WILDER IMAGES, Wild & Woolley/ Fast Books Newsletter, No. 18, Winter 1999, 4pp: 33, in PP 1571. – Another conventional vanity press. The more you compare them, their prices and conditions, the more attractive will the alternative self-publishing options, in affordable media, appear to you! – J.Z.

VANZETTI’S LAST STATEMENT: A Record by W.G. Thomson, 1927, 3pp, in PP 1732: 185.

VAUGHN, KAREN I, See: ASHFORD, NIGEL, Review, 2pp, in PP 1708-1710: 224, of: Vaughn, Karen I, Austrian Economics in America: The Migration of a Tradition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1994, 190pp, L 30, ISBN 0 521 44552 3.

VAZSONYI, BALINT, Socialist Hallmarks, from THE WASHINGTON TIMES, Aug. 3, 1999, 2pp, supplied by , in PP 1671: 205.

VAZZONYI COLUMNS AND FEATURES, List of Links, 3pp, in PP 1680: 147. – Libertarian-conservative. It seems opposed to what it calls the “National Divide”. I hold that we need MORE national divisions – but only of the voluntary and exterritorial type. The conservative libertarians, too, deserve their own panarchy! – PIOT, J.Z., 24.5.01.

VEGETARIANISM, See: BALL, MARTIN, I Eat Meat! 1p, in PP 1708-1710: 201. – ANDERTON, PAUL, I also Eat Meat – But …, 2pp, in PP 1708-1710: 279.

VELASCO, GUSTAVO R., Either we Import Capital or we Export People, THE FREEMAN, 8/85, 3pp, in PP 1753: 127. – Under full monetary & financial freedom neither of his alternatives might be necessary to any large extent – but both of these actions should be quite free and voluntary. – People are not export goods, whose fate is to be decided by others than themselves. Don’t adopt the biased language of enemies! – Coercive actions against individual rights and liberties of this kind are more properly called: deportation. – Free cities import capital and people. – J.Z.

VERITAS BOOK CLUB, Advertising, 1p, in PP 1656-1659: 329.

VERLAG MAX-STIRNER-ARCHIV, Stirneriana und Andere Publikationen, Liste, 1 S., 20 Titel, in PP 1619/20: 232.

VERRENGIA, JOSEPH B. Immortality Enzyme Is Studied, 2pp, in PP 1706: 205. on telomerase.

VICE SQUADS, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Viciousness of Vice-Squads, 2000, 1p, in PP 1707: 19.

VICES & VICTIMLESS CRIMES, Links & abstracts, 2pp, FREE-MARKET.NET, in PP 1697: 9.

VICTIM’S RIGHTS, See: ANDREWS, JIM, Victim Rights, 3pp, in PP 1656-1659: 246.

VIETNAM WAR, See: COMMITTEE FOR THE FREE WORLD, Three Articles From a Peace Treaty, Agreement on Restoring the Peace in Vietnam, Paris, January 27, 1973, 1p, in PP 1609: 32.

VIETNAM WAR, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Untitled Note on Vietnam War, n.d., 1p, (16) , in PP 1723/24: 265. – Numerous SF writers, anarchists and libertarians took a rather flawed and one-sided view on the war in Vietnam – and Revisionists seem to have largely ignored this subject – or went on being partisans of one or the other side. – J.Z., 30.5.02.

VIETNAM WAR, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Untitled Notes, Feb. 25, 1968, 1p, (87), on Vietnam War & corporations, in PP 1723/24: 320.

VIETNAM, See: BAUKNECHT, JAMES R. Vietnam: A Fate of Its Own, THE FREEMAN, 5/93, 5pp, in PP 1749/50: 55. – No country is a single entity. Nor are all its people. Collectivist language use should be avoided. – J.Z.

VIEWPOINT, Free Market Magazine in the Austrian Economics Tradition, Home Page, 3pp: 197, in PP 1568. – Australia’s first free-market online magazine. Later: NEW AUSTRALIAN, THE.

VIEWS & COMMENTS, No. 34, April 1959 & No. 42, Dec. 1961, 26 & 22 pages : 77-103, in PP 1547. – Sorry, but I found none of these articles worth listing. One letter exchange with Gaston Leval is of some interest. He had a better case, I think, than his opponents. – J.Z.

VILENCHIK, M.M., The Role of DNA Reparation in Longevity and the Elaboration of Approaches to Increase the Effect of DNA Reparation, 1p: 182, in PP 1589-94.

VINCI, LEONARDO DA, Parachute invention, 1485. Notice in TIME, July 10, 2000, that, after over 500 years someone has finally got around to try it out – and succeeded. TIME concludes that it took that long “to find a man with a brain small enough to actually go and fly it.” – I would rather say, that it took so long to find a man with a brain big enough to try it. For safety, he did take another chute along! But the real reason may have been that Vinci’s writings were not easily accessible, not even in cheap alternative media and may not be so accessible even now. – An Ideas Archive is more than ever needed now. Our very survival is at stake. – J.Z., 24.5.01. – 1p, in PP 1680: 189.

VINE & FIG TREE, Pierre Joseph Proudhon: A Man and His Garden, with URLs, 16pp, in PP 1694: 166.

VIOLENCE VS. FORCE, See: WILLIAMS, WALTER, When and under what Circumstances Should Violent Force Be Used? (c) 1995, Creators Syndicate, Inc., 2pp, in PP 1685/86: 105. – By my standards, rightful force isn’t “violent” but defensive. It upholds basic rights and liberties without offending against such rights of innocents and non-aggressive people. Aggressive people lose most of their rights, as rational beings, at least temporarily, while they are aggressive. Then they retain only the rights of animals, i.e., the right not to be unnecessarily killed or injured or treated cruelly. Violence is very different from defensive force. It always violates the rights and liberties of others. – J.Z., 26.5.01.

VIOLENCE, See: BILLINGSLEY, K.L., Freedom, Militias, & the Violence Inherent in the System, THE FREEMAN, 2/96, 2pp, in PP 1765: 147.

VIOLENCE, See: HALLIDAY, ROY, Law and Violence, 10pp: 485, in PP 1601-04. – Sometimes one can ask: What’s the difference? Many territorial laws lead to violence and poverty rather than to peace, justice, freedom & wealth. – J.Z.

VIOLENCE, See: LIBERTYHAVEN.COM, Crime, Terrorism & Violence, article list, 1p, in PP 1754: 60.

VIRGINIA BILL OF RIGHTS, Adopted June 12, 1776, THE FREEMAN, 7/81, 2pp, in PP 1766-68: 576.

VIRGINIA DECLARATION OF RIGHTS, THE, 1776, written by George Mason, 2pp, in PP 1675: 104.

VIRKKALA, TIMOTHY, At the Altar of Ego, a 13pp review in PP 1681: 1, of: David Kelly, Unrugged Individualism: The Selfish Basis of Benevolence, Institute for Objectivist Studies, 1996, 65pp, from LIBERTY, Sep. 98, (c) Liberty Foundation,

VIRTUAL CANTONS, See: HAMMER, RICHARD O., Virtual Cantons: A New Path to Freedom, 4pp: 11, in PP 1568. – 4pp: 168, in PP 1601-04. – HAMMER, RICHARD O., Draft of a Virtual-Canton Constitution, Version 5, 5/28/94, 6pp: 172, in PP 1601-04. – HAMMER, RICHARD O., Imagineering Freedom: A Constitution of Liberty, Part I: Between Anarchy and Limited Government, 8pp: 179; Part II, Defining Federal Powers, 6pp: 186; Part III: Virtual Cantons, 3pp: 192; Part IV, The Rights of the People, 6pp: 195, in PP 1601-04.

VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES & MICRONATIONS, See: IDEAFARM CITY, Home Page on a virtual community, 2pp, in PP 1707: 115. – “Freedom – Profit – Strength – Sustainability – Family – Equality – Truth – Jesus” – “a cultural focus on children, craftwork, software, and mathematical science”. – “IdeaFarm ‘tm’ City exists today as a (sparsely equipped) site where an individual can form associations, earn a livelihood, raise up children, and enjoy community, free from regulation, control, intimidation, and interference by any territorial power. When visiting our settlement, you are neither protected by, nor subject to, the laws and powers of the United States. You and I are subject to the laws of our territorial countries only as they apply on foreign soil.” – Traces of panarchism here but neither a developed theory nor practice. – J.Z. – MOONEY, EDWARD, JR., ImagiNations, Build Your Own Country, 2000, 1p, in PP 1707: 117.

VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES, See: Several articles in PP 1722.

VIRTUAL LIBERTARIAN CONFERENCES, See: SMITH, L. NEIL, Online Bookstore, 2pp, in PP 1616: 12. – With a link to VirtualCon 1: 21 Speakers, Live Audio. – We should have more libertarian conferences – of this kind & on microfiche, floppies and CD-ROM. The convenor would simply assure that all submissions to a theme will appear on at least one alternative medium and sold in on-demand production and distribution, in cheap duplicates. Text contributors might get one or several copies “free”, especially if they had paid a moderate administration fee to the convenor. Per page fee will differ probably for different media. Those insisting on print-outs or photocopies or audio tapes would have to pay correspondingly more. I’d prefer it if all submissions were not copyrighted. – J.Z., 27.1.2000. – Obviously, they should be more than mere libertarian chat sessions. Sufficient preparations and scholarship should be involved, as it is for libertarian papers delivered at conventional conferences. – J.Z., 16.3.00.

VIRUS ATTACKS, See: BUREAU OF PUBLIC SECRETS, Ken Knabb’s new translations of two more chapters from Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, 1p, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 409, with 1p virus warning re: “Subject: [filename, random]. Body: Hi! How are you? – I send you this file in order to have your advice. Or: I hope you can help me with this file that I send. Or: I hope you like the file that I send to you. Or: This is the file with the information that you ask for. – See you later. Thanks.” – They are getting really sneaky. So, if you do not know the sender, wipe it, rather than open it. – J.Z.

VOICE PRINT ANALYSIS OF SPEECHES OF POLITICIANS: AFP: Pick the mobile phoneys, A., 20.7.99. Short notice. Towards voice print analysis of politician’s speeches, in PP 1627: 110.

VOLINE, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Thoughts Evoked by Reading: Nineteen Seventeen. The Russian Revolution Betrayed, by Voline, n.d., 2pp, stamped: 83, in PP 1723/24: 229.

VOLITIONAL SCIENCE LIBRARY, Bridge to Freedom, in collaboration with, announced on 3 pp, in PP 1700: 130, in one of many BRIDGE TO FREEDOM newsletters, all of a few books! What a library! – GALAMBOS. – J.Z. –

VOLOKH, EUGENE, Testimony of Eugene Volokh on the Second Amendment, Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, Sept. 23, 1998, reprinted as “A Right of the People” by CALIFORNIA POLITICAL REVIEW, 11/12, 98, p. 23, 14 pp, in PP 1685/86: 270. Prof. E. Volokh, UCLA Law:

VOLUNTARISM, See: HOOD, DAVID, The Forgotten Right of Association, THE FREEMAN, 10/89, 3pp, in PP 1766-68: 348. – On clubs excluding women. – Even most libertarian advocates ignore that it must be extended e.g. to competing governments and societies (panarchies, polyarchies, voluntary communities, personal law bodies), to full minority autonomy under exterritoriality, to free banks and militias as well as to productive coops. – J.Z.

VOLTAIRE, Candide, See: HART, DAVID, Voltaire’s Candide (1759) Bibliography, 1p, in PP 1607/8: 271.

VOLUNTARIA, Home Page, 1p, e-mail: – 142, in PP 1568.

VOLUNTARISM, See: PAYNE, JAMES L., 80 Million Volunteers, but where Are the Voluntarists? THE FREEMAN, 1/91, 2pp, in PP 1749/50: 413 .

VOLUNTARISM, SELF-HELP, See: LOAN, ALBERT, Institutional Bases of the Spontaneous Order: Surety and Assurance, 9pp, in PP 1689-1693: 310, from HUMANE STUDIES REVIEW, 7/1, Winter 1991/92. – Tradition of voluntary mutual guaranty and self-help & mutual aid associations. – J.Z. In: ON PANARCHY, 20-24.

VOLUNTARY COOPERATION MOVEMENT, Home Page, with links, 1p, in PP 1733: 125. – A short anarchist reading list is included. “… an address exchange network linking individuals who favor education and self-organization as the preferred methods of achieving a voluntary, egalitarian and cooperative society.” – Alas, they are still hung-up on egalitarianism, although only in a voluntarist way. – J.Z.

VOLUNTARY STUDENT UNIONS, See: HUMPHREYS, JOHN, VSU: A personal statement on the economic and philosophical implications of VSU, 2p on Voluntary Student Unions, in PP 1611: 123.

VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: LIBERCRATIC REVENUE SYSTEM, Funding for the Operation of Independent Private or Civil Governments, 13pp, in PP 1689-1693: 398.

VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: MURPHY, ROBERT T., The Stamp Tax Reconsidered, 8pp, in PP 1661: 136, with some notes by J.Z., on voluntary taxation. Still only from the territorial and limited government point of view. But it belongs into the whole discussion on voluntary taxation. – LFCT, 6 Sep 99.

VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: TUCKER, BENJAMIN R. & READ, F. W., Taxation: Voluntary or Compulsory? 1887, 3pp: 671, in PP 1601-04. – Why has no one as yet compiled a comprehensive anthology on the voluntary taxation tradition, and all discussions on its potential for the future? It could easily become a best-seller, since every tax victim is a potential buyer. In the appendix should be detailed proposals on effective tax strikes, combined with refusals of government paper money, refusals to subscribe to government insecurities as well as proposals for all-over privatizing all remaining State assets for the direct and immediate benefit of all tax victims. – PEACE PLANS offers already several articles towards such a book. Any further such contributions are welcomed by it. Another appendix should deal with all the false arguments that favour compulsory taxation. Rothbard has done pioneering work on this. – With such a book compiled and widely spread, taxes might become demolished as suddenly as was the Berlin Wall. Do you know of a title with greater pocket-book appeal? Even if this kind of handbook should come to 10,000 pages, in alternative media it could be easily and cheaply published and any copying should be welcomed. – J.Z., 3.12.99.

VOLUNTARYIST, THE, Home Page & list of issues, with main subjects given, 3pp, in PP 1629: 162.

VOLUNTARYIST, THE, Home Page, July 1999, 2pp, with list of many articles online: 1, in PP 1569-70. – E-mail:

VOLUNTARYIST, THE, No. 65, December 1993 – No. 96, February 1999, 250pp: 1, in PP 1569-70.

VOLUNTARYIST, THE, Introduction to the Fundamental of Voluntaryism, 1p, in PP 1706: 200.

VOON, WOLF DE, Articles in THE LAISSEZ FAIRE CITY TIMES, 2pp, in PP 1707: 105, list only –

VOON, WOLF DE, De Facto Anarchy, 10pp, in PP 1702: 178.

VOON, WOLF DE, The Case for Anarchy, 1988, 10pp, in PP 1702: 168,

VOON, WOLF DE, The Death of Industrial Civilization, 2000, 3pp, in PP 1707: 111. – Wolf DeVoon is the author of “Government is a Quack Faith Healer” and many other articles. He may be reached at

VOON, WOLF DE, The End of Fukuyama, 2000, 5pp, in PP 1707: 107.

VOON, WOLF, DE, No More Mr. Nice Guy, 2pp, LFCT, May 15, 00, in PP 1661: 67.

VOTE INFORMAL TODAY DIRECT DEMOCRACY TOMORROW, Melbourne group, 3pp, in PP 1641-1644: 275. – 4pp, from Melbourne anarchists: 204, in PP 1587.

VOTING, COMPULSORY, See: FLANAGAN, GREGORY, Mandatory Voting: Democracy under the Gun, 3pp, in PP 1689-1693: 805.

VOTING, COMPULSORY, See: ZUBE, JOHN to Electoral Commissioner, 28.6.1999 & 23.8.1999, against compulsory voting, 10pp: 390 in PP 1577-78. – I lost this time and had to pay a small penalty. Thereupon I attended again, twice since, voting once informally and in the recent referendum against “the politician’s republic and preamble”. – Melbourne anarchists advocated putting in a blank ballot form. But that would have been almost an invitation to fraud. Anybody with access to the form and being unobserved could have completed the form according to his liking. And in the referendum at least a very small veto choice was offered. – J.Z., 8.11.1998.

VOTING, See: FREEMAN, DAVID T., The Great Voting Hoax. Here only an announcement of this 1997 book, online, in PP 1615: 12.

VOTING, See: HAMMER, RICHARD O., Is it Wise to Vote? Getting my Head Ready for Freedom, 3pp: 122, in PP 1601-04.

VOTING, See: KASTNER, MICHAEL, Waehlen kann die Farben der Fesseln aendern – Nicht-Waehlen sprengt die Fesseln! 2 S. , in PP 1617: 79. – Das waere doch schoen! Aber ich habe das schon vergeblich seit vielen Jahren getan! – Etwas ganz anderes waehlen, und nur fuer sich – waehrend man die Wahl anderer, fuer sie selbst, anerkennt und toleriert. – Das koennte die Welt veraendern – und zwar sehr schnell. – PIOT, J.Z., 29.2.2000.

VOTING, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., Why Voting Makes No Sense, THE FREEMAN, 10/88, 2pp, in PP 1766-68: 68. – It makes some sense ONLY within voluntary communities – and there it would often be superfluous because their members do largely agree with each other. Consequently, they might give there “King” or “Pope” or their aristocrats considerable administrative discretion, as long as they are satisfied with their decisions. Voting just takes the place of bayonets when people very much disagree with each other. – J.Z. 21.5.02.

VOTING, See: MCELROY, WENDY, Why I Would Not Vote Against Hitler, 2pp: 162, in PP 1569-70.

VOTING, See: READ, LEONARD E., Regardless of Choice, Vote! , THE FREEMAN, 11/98, 5pp, in PP 1761-63: 397.

VOTING, See: TANNER, ROBERT J., The Right to Vote – Is that Everything? 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 124. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

VOTING, See: VOTE INFORMAL TODAY DIRECT DEMOCRACY TOMORROW, Leaflets, 4pp, from Melbourne: 204, in PP 1587.

VOTING, See: WEISSBERG, ROBERT, Election Day: A Means of State Control, 3pp: 187, in PP 1569-70.

VRP, VITAMIN RESEARCH PRODUCTS, 8pp: 241, in PP 1595-96.

WADE, KEITH, Full Employment – A Lesson from the Deserts of Saudi-Arabia, THE FREEMAN, 2/95, 3pp, in PP 1765: 135.

WADE, MATT, Inflation Pressures Throw Doubt on Interest Rate Cut, TSMH, 23.1.01, 1p, in PP 1699: 51. – Supplying further evidence that the CPI: Consumer Price Index, is manipulated by the Government to make inflation appear lower than it really is. The Reserve Bank, with its note issue monopoly and legal tender power and the legislation legitimizing both, are almost never mentioned in the mass media as the main causal factor for inflation. Within a year the Australian paper dollar lost about 20% against the U.S. paper dollar. The consumer prices that I observe go up and up – but, apparently, do not find their way into the official calculations for the CPI. Just two of my most recent experiences: Bee Pollen went up from $ 40 to $ 59 per kg and my most expensive tooth filling from $ 150 to $ 360! Through manipulating the CPI in its favour, the governments not only makes electoral gains, by covering up the degree of its inflation, but saves in paying CPI- indexed pensions and superannuations – and no one gets charged and imprisoned for such frauds. – If consumers want an honest CPI then they will have to determine it themselves. – J.Z., 10.7.01.

WAGE CONTROL, See: HUMPHREY, MARK, Wage and Price Controls, 4pp, from: THE TORCH, Feb. 1, 1971: 296, in PP 1565-67. – See: PRICE CONTROL, RENT CONTROL.

WAGES, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, Why Wages Rise, THE FREEMAN, 8/96, 5pp, in PP 1751/52: 152.

WAHL, F.N., KUVOG, Kaufen und Verkaufen Ohne Geld, 13 S.: 1, in PP 1588. – Ueber ein Verrechnungssystem.

WAKFER, PAUL, The Prometheus Project, 7pp: 118, in PP 1554/55. – Ben Best has assured me that this project became outdated as soon as larger and regular funds for cryonics research became available from another source. – J.Z.

WAKFER, PAUL, Trip to Asia, 2pp, in PP 1605/6: 254.

WALK FOR CAPITALISM? MANN, FREDERICK, Walk for Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 18, 2nd ed.: 158. – The most thoughtless approach to economic freedom – unless you use your walking for thinking and talking. But if you think, talk, write & publish about economic freedom you don’t have to walk at the same time. – J.Z., 24.2.02.

WALKER, DANIEL F., Property Rights, American Constitutionalism, & International Human Rights “Law”, THE FREEMAN, 9/94, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 205.

WALKER, DAVID, The Chalk and Cheese of the Net. Contrary to the doomsayers, the Web has not put the written word out of business, THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 22 May 01, 1p, in PP 1699: 1. – I consider the potential of CD-ROMs to do so, at least for special library collections, to be much greater. But, like all too many freedom opportunities, it remains still largely unutilized, even though it is, in most countries, quite legal. – J.Z., 28.5.02. ZUBE, JOHN to WALKER, DAVID, 24.5.01, 8pp, in PP 1699: 2, on CD-ROM project, CDs available and microfilms.

WALKER, DEBORAH, A Feminist Lesson from Economics, THE FREEMAN, 5/94, 6pp, in PP 1766-68: 510.

WALKER, DEBORAH, Industrial Policy: Government or Market? 4pp: 71, in PP 1574-75.

WALKER, DEBORAH, The Inequality of Labor Legislation, THE FREEMAN, 11/88, 3pp, in PP 1764: 121.

WALKER, JESSE, Anarchies, States, and Utopias. The science fiction of Ken McLeod, 4p, in PP 1677: 70. From REASON, No. 2000, and ReasonOnline. – Thanks to this article, I got in touch with Jesse Walker again and obtained through him a second batch of the individualist anarchist articles of LAURANCE LABADIE, to be prepared with previously received writings by him – after the present rush to get a batch of PEACE PLANS issues ready for fiching. – Thanks, Jesse, but you spent too much for sending them by air mail! Some writings I consider to be so important that I do take my time with them. Alas, even this outstanding, but obscure, individualist anarchist had his remaining ideological flaws, as I noted recently in reading some of these essays. But then nobody is perfect, least of all me! Most freedom lovers never came across many of those freedom titles that would have interested them and could have helped them most. And even now there are only a few prepared to do something to make all freedom writings accessible, at least on CD-ROMs. – J.Z., 22.5.01.

WALKER, KARL, Gesell, Keynes und die moderne Nationaloekonomie, Vortrag, 23.7.1962, erweiterte Fassung, 16 S., FSU-Schriftenreihe Nr. 17: 118, in PP 1550. – Ungluecklicherweise sind die meisten Gesellianer, ebenso wie die Keynesianer und andere moderne etatistische Oekonomisten, auch Anhaenger des Zentralbanksystems. Die Gesellianer wollen es nur in anderer Weise anwenden. Walker war nicht nur Gesellianer sondern auch Anhaenger der Verrechnungsfreiheit und versuchte sie in Deutschland zu verwirklichen. – Alle Formen der Geldfreiheit sind nur verschiedene Formen einer allgemeinen Verrechnungsfreiheit und diese wuerde “Schwundgeld”- Versuche bald als ueberfluessig beweisen. – Unter voller Verrechnungsfreiheit gibt es keine beschraenkte “Geldmenge”. Unter ihr gibt es auch freie Wahl des Wertmasses. – Fuer ihre Verwirklichung mag eine friedliche monetary Revolution noetig sein. – Experimentierfreiheit auch fuer alle Arten von Gesellianern – aber nur auf ihre Kosten und Risiko. – J.Z.

WALKER, LLOYD, See: MINGARDI, ALBERTO, The Freedom Party of Ontario, an Interview with LLOYD WALKER, 2pp, TLFCT, Jan. 17, 2000, in PP 1682: 110.

WALKER, MORTON, Dr., The Chelation Way, 1990, 319pp, $ 12.95, flyer only, in PP 1664/65: 368.

WALL STREET JOURNAL, William Henry Chamberlin: 1897-1969, 1p, in PP 1751/52: 399.

WAL-MART DOLLAR COIN, Press clipping, A. 22.2.2000, 1p, in PP 1699: 54.

WALSH, DAVID, A Canadian Cryonicist Reports on Japan, 2pp, in PP 1605/6: 220.

WALSH, VIVIAN & GRAM, HARVEY, Classical and Neoclassical Theories of General Equilibrium: Historical Origins and Mathematical Structure, OUP, 1980, 426pp, 3pp review only by GARRISON, ROGER W.: 29, in PP 1574-75.

WALTER, DAVE, Censorship vs. Freedom, 2pp, 234, in PP 1572-73.

WALTER, DAVID, Crime in America, THE FREEMAN, 9/71, 3pp, in PP 1755/56: 119. – It is largely a government business – or the result of it. – J.Z.

WALTERN NICOLAS, Life & Work of RUDOLF ROCKER, 1873-1958, with bibliography and links to many of his writings, 3pp, in PP 1701: 35, from the 1988 Freedom Press edition of “Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism”

WALWYN, WILLIAM, Walwyn’s Just Defence against the Aspertions Cast upon him, in a late un-christian Pamphlet entituled, Walwyn’s Wiles, 2pp , in PP 1675: 39.

WALWYN, WILLIAM., England’s Lamentable Slaverie, 3pp, in PP 1675: 36. – Surprisingly, for this old Leveller tract no modern copyrights claims is made! – I am waiting for somebody to make a copyrights claim for e.g. the Ten Commandments. – J.Z.

WAR CRIMES, See: WEBER, MARK, New Memoir Details U.S. War Crime at Dachau, 1p, in PP 1607/8. – With some notes by J.Z.: 187.

WAR ON POVERTY, See: HARD TIMES, Poor Tax, 1p: 14, in PP 1565-67. – Even in the “war on poverty”, the poor are more taxed than “helped”. – J.Z. – CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The War on the Poor, 2pp: 15, in PP 1565-67. – From: THE FREEMAN.

WAR RESITERS LEAGUE, Refuse to Pay War Taxes, 1p: 82, in PP 1565-67.

WAR TAX RESISTANCE, Methods of War Tax Resistance, 1p: 121, in PP 1565-67.

WAR, See: AHLSEEN, MARK, Do Wars Cure Ailing Economies? THE FREEMAN, 4/91, 1p, in PP 1761-63: 458.

WAR, See: BUFFETT, HOWARD H., Ambitious Leaders Always Involve Nation in War to Perpetuate their Power, 19. Feb. 1951 in House of Representatives, 4pp, in PP 1565-67. – On conscription and war decisions. –

WAR, See: FLANAGAN, GREGORY, Dienforcade, 4pp, in PP 1689-1693: 579. – “(A) War is forbidden; war is the ultimate crime against humanity. The duty of the Librademian Dienthorian is to use Dienforcation to fight against the war itself, to destroy the ability of the enemy to wage war, kill or capture the enemy’s political rulers and hunt down those who directly participated in making war and bring them to justice, that means: kill them or put them under arrest to face charges of crimes against humanity. – (B) The Dienthorian is forbidden from attacking or intentionally endangering civilians. (C) The Dienthorian must use the least violent means available when there is risk to civilians to insure the protection of innocent people.”

WAR, See: FREE-MARKET.NET, War, Peace, International Affairs, list of resources, 1p, in PP 1704: 5, with the number or references in each category, going from 1-53 resources, the highest number referring to Commentary, Opinion and Book Reviews.

WAR, See: GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN, Why War? THE FREEMAN, 4/94, 5pp, in PP 1761-63: 452. – All of the institutional and ideological motives for war have not yet been fully listed and evaluated. – Most subscribe only to a single hypothesis, which at most, if at all, partly explains some wars. Others recognize some contributing factors, but still too few. Many of the factors that I deal with in my two peace books do remain widely ignored. – Can we afford to deal carelessly or superficially with this topic, ignoring everything on this subject which does not easily come to our minds? BBG dealt mainly with the importantfactors: Protectionism, depression and mass unemployment. – J.Z.

WAR, See: HALLIDAY, ROY, War: Collectivism at its Worst, 1971, 2pp, in PP 1687/88: 279.

WAR, See: HART, DAVID, Interventionism, Social Conflict and War, 8pp, in PP 1607/8: 303.

WAR, See: HIGGS, ROBERT, How War Amplified Federal Power in the 20th Century, THE FREEMAN, 7/99, 5pp, in PP 1755/56: 90.

WAR, See: HUSBANDS, SAM H., Jr., Free Trade & Foreign Wars, THE FREEMAN, 4/83, 9pp, in PP 1761-63: 58.

WAR, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, in PP 1725. This issue contains at least 28 articles dealing with war, peace and the nuclear war threat.

WAR, See: LANDRY, PETER, Essays of Blupete, On War & Quotes On War, 1999, brushed up: March 2000, 5pp, in PP 1680: 106.

WAR, See: LIBERTYHAVEN.COM, War, Peace, Diplomacy or Foreign Aid, Article List, 2pp, in PP 1761-63: 444.

WAR, See: MCELROY, WENDY, War’s Other Casualty, THE FREEMAN, 7/99, 4pp, on individualism, in PP 1761-63: 468.

WAR, See: MEEK, NIGEL, Libertarianism & War: A Personal View, FOREIGN POLICY PERSPECTIVES No. 31, 4pp, in PP1742: 21.

WAR, See: PAVLIK, GREGORY P., The Ethics of War: Hiroshima & Nagasaki After 50 Years, THE FREEMAN, 9/95, 5pp, in PP 1761-63: 472.

WAR, See: PYBURN, EVELYN, Are We Only Good at Waging War? THE FREEMAN, 6/92, 1p, in PP 1761-63: 448. – The U.S. government isn’t even good at that. It makes wars more likely, bloody & expensive & destructive & prolongs them unnecessarily. Moreover, each of its “victories” tends to help to cause further wars. – J.Z.

WAR, See: RIDDLE, WESLEY ALLEN, War and Liberty in American History, THE FREEMAN, 2/96, 9pp, in PP 1761-63: 459.

WAR, See: ROLLINS, LOUIS, War and the State, 2pp: 31, in PP 1565-67.

WAR, See: RUMMEL, R.H., War Isn’t This Century’s Biggest Killer, 1988, 2pp, in PP 1609: 30. – From FORT FREEDOM files on the Internet.

WARD, D, What, me an Anarchist? 2pp, n.d. , in PP 1707: 199. –

WARD, DANA & HWANT, KYLE, Test your Knowledge on Anarchy, 2pp, 1997, in PP 1696: 123. Kyle Hwang ANARCHIST ARCHIVES

WARD, DANA, Anarchy and the Internet, Syllabus and Readings, Fall 98, 8pp, in PP 1695: 28, on courses and links to references: (The underlinings of links were often printed out as cross-out lines!)

WARD, JUNE I. The Consequences are Absolute, THE FREEMAN, 7/69, 2pp, in PP 1766-68: 404.

WARNER, E. (?), E., WARNER & LAIN, TERIANNE H., The Falsified History of the South, 5pp, with references, LFCT, Sep. 18, 2000, in PP 1663: 171. (Probably it should have been spelled: E. Warner.)


WASHINGTON POST, THE, Libertarian Democrats, excerpts only, 3pp, of Oct. 4, 98 issue, in PP 1676: 158. The article was headed: Core Beliefs Recast Party Lines. Libertarian Democrats were identified in this article as one of 5 groups in the Democratic Party.

WATER PRICING, See: ZUBE, JOHN, Proper water etc. pricing or bureaucratic extortions? My disagreement with the local government council on this. 7pp, in PP 1610: 108. – I got only one telephonic response from a member of the public on this. He, too, had complained but achieved only a tiny increase in usage charges, not the abolition of the huge service supply charge. – One remains in their grip – until one is free to opt out. – J.Z.

WATER SUPPLY, See under: TIME, Nor Any Drop to Drink, short note from April 3, 2000 issue, in PP 1676, making a not explicitly stated case against the monopolization of the supply of clean water. – I tried, in vain, to fight the local council’s “pricing policy”, which charges me about ten times as much for “the availability” of its water than for the water used, thereby not exactly encouraging the saving of water in a dry continent. Imagine your butcher, greengrocer and baker likewise charging you, separately, 10 times as much for their availability than for your actual purchases from them! Bureaucracy is just another term for irrationality, in a form that is, mostly, not curable by facts, ideas and reasoning. In other words, this is a monopoly which wastefully gives its assets away, at below cost – but then charges me highly for being available as a monopoly supplier, under the excuse that its wasteful and careless capital expenses and other costs are rather high. The old “costs plus x %” con-game. And it is complacently practised and accepted by the government-miseducated and misinformed majority, and, naturally, “covered”, by laws and regulations. – J.Z., 22.5.01. – On WATER SUPPLY MONOPOLIES: 22.

WATERS, ROBERT A., The Best Defence, 1998, Review only, 2pp, by D. J. OLSON, in PP 1697: 91.

WATKINS, BILL, Wallpaper Dollars, 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 126. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WATKINS, HAL, The Jonestown Syndrome, THE FREEMAN, 7/82, 3pp, in PP 1766-68: 319.

WATKINS, WILLIAM J., Jr., John C. Calhoun: Champion of Sound Economics, THE FREEMAN, 2/95, 3pp, in PP 1759/60: 314. – See, however, his support for the government-supported fur trade, described in the article by BURTON W. FOLSOM: FOLSOM, BURTON W., Jr., John Jacob Astor & the Fur Trade: Testing the Role of Government, THE FREEMAN, 6/97, 7pp, in PP 1759/60: 317. – With interesting remarks on John C. Calhoun, as statist, protectionist and monopolist, not as consistent libertarian. – “Everything good is rarely together.” – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, A Short History of Highway and Vehicle Registration, 2pp: 218, in PP 1569-70. – I would like to see some figures on how effective or rather ineffective car registration has been to prevent theft and discover stolen cars. I fear that in the main it is just another tax racket. – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, ANYA COLLEEN: That’s What Family, Friends, and Neighbors Are For, 2pp, in PP 1569-70. – On birth of 4th child: 44. – I wish more of the high quality libertarians would multiply like the Watners do. – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, Beyond the Reach of Authority, 5pp: 75, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Beyond the Wit of Man to Foresee: Voluntaryism and Land Use Controls, 7pp: 115, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, By Their Bootstraps: Voluntaryism and the Cooperative Movement, 6pp: 179, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them: Voluntaryism & the Old Order Amish, 7pp: 19, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Caveat Emptor! 1p: 5, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Challenge or Tragedy: A Government Raid at Sublimity, Oregon, 2pp: 234, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Circular of Dec. 14, 2001, on his new anthology compilation on ID’s, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 416. Contributions are wanted: I believe that there are more important topics that we should worry about. – J.Z., 28.5.02.

WATNER, CARL, Forfeiture Laws: A Reminder from the Past, 1p: 32, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Harry Browne – Have You Forgotten?: The Lesser of Two Evils Is Still Evil, 3pp: 155, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Highway Tax vs. Poll Tax: Some Thoreau Tax Trivia, 2pp: 51, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Is “Taxation Is Theft” A Seditious Statement? A Short History of Governmental Criticism in the Early U.S., 6pp: 163, in PP 1569-70. – Private criticism of governmental actions. Governments are not sufficiently self-critical! – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, Lysander Spooner: Ireland and Proprietary Justice, 12pp: 68, in PP 1557.

WATNER, CARL, On Keeping Your Own: Taxation Is Theft! 1p: 164, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Once an Owner – Always an Owner, 6pp: 243, in PP 1569-70. – According to an appeal in the latest issues, Carl Watner looked for financial support for a conventional paper publication of the best articles from THE VOLUNTARYIST. Why does he not self-sponsor such an anthology or a complete edition in alternative media, in which he could even include most or all the relevant correspondence received, i.e., on floppies, microfiche or CD-ROM? When a person is a radical on many subjects, why not on this one? On demand publishing of a single book in affordable alternative media requires very little capital. If these editions would sell well enough then he might be able to risk self-publishing an edition on paper as well. LMP gladly microfiches all his writings that he makes available for this. Why does HE not offer ALL that he has to offer to all libertarians and anarchists in ALL of the affordable alternative media? He made a start with his website. And he did collaborate with me in putting out Lysander Spooner’s works and once dedicated one page of TV to the micrographics option. But, can long established reading habits be changed with so limited efforts? Or should one not even try and ignore this voluntaryist option to advance libertarian ideas? I have often pointed out that the first author who offered a book in all of the affordable alternative media could thereby probably get enough mass media attention to turn this book into a best-seller. Is no one game to try? – J.Z., 6.11.1999.

WATNER, CARL, Patriotism or Voluntaryism? 4pp, on flags of convenience: 11, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Plunderers of the Public Revenue: Voluntaryism and the Mails, 7pp: 83, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Private Charities, 3pp: 171, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Rediscovering Charles Lane, 2pp: 35, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Stateless, Not Lawless: Voluntaryism and Arbitration, 8pp: 147, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Stone Walls Do Not A Prison Make. The Mayville Five – Prisoners of Conscience, 2pp: 38, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Sweat them at Law with their Own Money? Forfeitures & Taxes in American History, 6pp: 59, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, The Myth of American Liberty: Review, 6pp: 220, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, The Road to Hell Is Paved with Good Intentions: Voluntaryism and the Roads, 6pp: 211, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, The Tragedy of Political Government, 2pp: 107, in PP 1569-70. – I would rather call it the tragedy of territorial government. – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, Un-Licensed – Un-Numbered – Un-Taxed, 2pp: 27, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Vices Are Not Crimes: Defending “Defending the Undefendable”, by BLOCK, WALTER, 1p: 91, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, WATNER, CARL, Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, 2pp: 114, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Whose Property Is It Anyway? 3pp: 67, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, CARL, Why I Write and Publish THE VOLUNTARYIST, 1p: 219, in PP 1569-70.

WATNER, JULIE, A Definition of Freedom, 1p: 50, in PP 1569-70.

WATSON, J. W. HENRY & WALTERS, IDA, The New Economics and the Death of Central Banking, LIBERTY, July 97, 9pp, in PP 1745-1748: 600.

WATTS, ORVAL V., Are Schools Necessary? THE FREEMAN, 7/71, 3pp, in PP 1757/58: 376 – Let parents and pupils decide about that and let them pay for their choices! – J.Z.

WATTS, V. ORVAL, The Law, THE FREEMAN, 8/75, 10pp, in PP 1766-68: 293.

WATZLAWICK, PAUL, Dealing with Threats, 2pp, in PP 1656-1659: 422.

WEALTH, See: ANDERSON, ROBERT G. The Assault on Capital, THE FREEMAN, 11/79, 8pp, in PP 1749/50: 297.

WEALTH, See: BOHANON, CECIL E. & COTT, T. NORMAN VAN, Roberto and Fidel: Two Versions of “Share the Wealth”, THE FREEMAN, 4/98, 2pp, in PP 1754: 197.

WEALTH, See: O’ROURKE, P.J., Closing the Wealth Gap, from talk at June 97 Cato Conference in Shanghai, China, 2pp, in PP 1707: 94.

WEALTH, See: REED, LAWRENCE W., States, Economic Freedom & Wealth Creation, THE FREEMAN, 11/99, 3pp, in PP 1766-68: 178.

WEALTH, See: SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Against the Creation of Wealth: The Threatening Tide, THE FREEMAN, 1/89, 6pp, in PP 1755/56: 185.

WEALTH, See: SKOUSEN, MARK, The Rich Get Richer, and the Poor Get … , THE FREEMAN, 3/97, 3pp, in PP 1749/50: 407.

WEAPONS & GUN CONTROL: KELLY, SIMON, Knife bearers be warned. $ 450 fine for key-ring knife, 1p: 75, in PP 1551. – I have experienced the outlawry of scissors on aircraft! – J.Z.

WEAPONS, NON-LETHAL, See: ORKIN, ANN, Environmentally Friendly Weapons, 1p, in PP 1664/65: 321.

WEAPONS, See: KOPEL, DAVID, Arms and the Greeks, 3pp, from LIBERTY: 131, in PP 1568. – SECOND AMENDMENT FOUNDATION, Home Page, 1999, 3pp, with numerous links, e-m.: 146, in PP 1568. – Most articles on this subject are under GUN CONTROL.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, See: HOOD, JOHN M., Henry Grady Weaver’s Classic Vision of Freedom, THE FREEMAN, 8/97, 7pp, in PP 1765: 49.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, Life is Energy, 3pp from his book: “The Mainspring of Human Progress”: 111, in PP 1560.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, The Mainspring of Human Progress, FEE, 272pp, Review only, by BALL, MARTIN: 1p: 825, in PP 1601-04.

WEAVER, JOHN: State Legislation & the Graded Land Improvement Tax, 6pp, in PP 1634-1636: 767.

WEBER, CHARLES E., American Money: Past, Present, & Future, THE FREEMAN, 8/76, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 412.

WEBER, CHARLES E., Closer Look at Gold, THE FREEMAN, 9/72, 9pp, in PP 1745-1748: 415.

WEBER, CHRIS, On the Brink, 2pp, on The Fed, Alan Greenspan and economic crises: 149, in PP 1579-80.

WEBER, Dr., AMERICAN AGING ASSOCIATION, Age, 2pp: 98, in PP 1595-96.

WEBER, HAND U., Ph.D., Aging and Cancer Affected by Diet & Antioxidants, 2ppL 116, in PP 1595-96.

WEBER, HANS U., Ph.D., Diet and exercise in the treatment of degenerative diseases, 4pp: 134, in PP 1595-96.

WEBER, JAMES A., The Population Question. Limited Government or Limited People? THE FREEMAN, 10/72, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 53.

WEBER, MARK, New Memoir Details U.S. War Crime at Dachau, 1p, in PP 1607/8. – With some notes by J.Z.: 187.

WEBLEY PAGE, THE, Lever Action Essays, links, 5pp, in PP 1697: 129.

WEBLEY PAGE, THE, What’s New? 7pp, in PP 1697: 134, (Ken L. Holder)

WEBPRONEWS, April 9th, 2001, 4pp, in PP 1697: 171, – “According to Interactive Week’s recently completed annual survey of 553 Webmasters, most Web site operational budgets are expected to increase this year over last. Web site budgets for 2000 averaged $404.500, and Webmasters say they expect to see that increase to $ 508,000 for this calendar year. – On the high end, 7.5 % of Webmasters we surveyed say their budgets for 2000 will be $ 1 million or greater, up from 6.2 % who say their 2000 budgets were in the same range. – However, these averages are screwed up by the higher-end websites bumping up averages. When we look at another break-down in the same article of website budgets, we see that 60.7 % of website owners spend $ 50,000 or less in 2000 ….” – Who says that online publishing is always cheap? – J.Z.

WEBRING to ZUBE, JOHN, 5 August 2000, 1p, with a note by J.Z. on webrings and alternatives to them , in PP 1706: 199. – I would prefer an alphabetized directory, with abstracts and URLs & at least one e-mail address printed out, online and on CD-ROM, with a reference to an updating website. – Just a short links list cannot satisfy me. – J.Z.

WEBSITE ARCHIVES, See: INFOSHOP.ORG, Electronic Archives on the World Wide Web, Anarchist Archives, 13 entries, Alternative Archives, 8 entries, Mainstream Electronic Text Archives, 24 entries, 2pp, in PP 1703: 176. Updated July 28, 2000.

WEBSITE PUBLISHING OF BOOKS? See: WALKER, DAVID, The Chalk and Cheese of the Net. Contrary to the doomsayers, the Web has not put the written word out of business, THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 22 May 01, 1p, in PP 1699: 1. – I consider the potential of CD-ROMs to do so, at least for special library collections, to be much greater. But, like all too many freedom opportunities, it remains still largely unutilized, even though it is, in most countries, quite legal. – J.Z., 28.5.02. ZUBE, JOHN to WALKER, DAVID, 24.5.01, 8pp, in PP 1699: 2, on CD-ROM project, CDs available and microfilms.

WEBSITE PUBLISHING, See: GABB, SEAN, Review of: MILL, JOHN STUART, ON LIBERTY, 1859, published online, Sep. 93, 281 Kbs, prepared by from the Harvard Classics edition, 7pp, in PP 1739: 128. – Although he mentions in his review: “… many of our classical texts are virtually unavailable to anyone without access to one of the great university libraries… “, he does not mention the CD-ROM but only the online publishing option. Why are radicals so slow to take up this radical freedom of expression and information opportunity? – J.Z.

WEBSTER, DANIEL, Patents & Inventors, extract from an 1852 speech, in PP 1668/69, 1p: 8.

WEBSTER, PELATIAH, See: ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes to P. Webster: Political Essays … on money …., 1791 (PP 994 &9 95), 1991, 6pp, in PP 1745-1748: 530.

WEEDE, ERICH, Kapitalismus pur, 2 S. , in PP 1617: 11.

WEIDENBAUM, MURRAY L., Free Trade under Attack: What America Can Do, IMPRIMIS, 7/84, 20pp, in PP 1761-63: 24.

WEIGHTLOSS ADVERTISEMENT, “Berry Trim Plus”, 1 Nov. 01, , 1p, in PP 1732: 202. – Already in 1990, on U.S. supermarket shelves, I saw dozens if not hundreds of weight loss aids displayed. By now an encyclopaedia might be needed to reproduce evaluation reports for all of them. – J.Z.

WEIMAR REPUBLIC, See: ANONYMOUS, Das Ende Der Freiheit. Deutschland unter der schleichenden Diktatur, 2 S. , in PP 1716: 37. – Ueber die bereits in der Weimarer Republik bestehenden gesetzlichen Unterdrueckungen. Die Nazis haben diese spaeter nur “vollendet”. Die Totalitaeren, die braunen und die roten, wurden durch diese Gesetze nicht eingeschraenkt. Sie beherrschten die Strasse und die Versammlungen. Wohl aber die verbleibenden Demokraten und Republikaner usw., die den Gesetzen gehorchten und sich nicht bewaffnet hatten obwohl sie, zahlenmaessig, den Totalitaeren ueberlegen und sogar gut organisiert waren, z.B. im “Reichsbanner” mit etwa 2 1/2 Millionen Mitgliedern. Ohne die Fehler der Freiheitssucher haetten auch dann und dort die Totalitaeren nicht an die Macht kommen koennen. Aber auch sie unterschrieben z.B. den staatssozialistischen monetaeren Despotismus der zur Verarmung, Inflation, Weltkrise und Massenarbeitslosigkeit fuehrte. Unter solchen kuenstlich geschaffenen, wenn auch nicht beabsichtigten Zustaenden, wurden die Totalitaeren immer staerker und die Schuld wurde den Demokraten, Juden, Verschwoerern und Andersdenkenden zugeschoben, nicht den unrechtmaessigen u. irrationalen Gesetzen, die die Krisen verursachten. Durch die Grosse Inflation und die grosse Wirtschaftskrise hatten die Deutschen oekonomisch noch zweimal so viel wie im 1. Weltkrieg verloren. – Darueber herrscht immer noch keine Klarheit in den Koepfen. – J.Z., 28.7.01.

WEINBERGER, CASPAR W., A Return to Big Government and how to Stop it, IMPRIMIS, 2/94, 2pp, in PP 1755/56: 341.

WEISSBERG, ROBERT, Election Day: A Means of State Control, 3pp: 187, in PP 1569-70.

WELFARE FOR BANKS, See: MONETARY FREEDOM, Four Microfiche on Monetary Freedom, in PP 1745-1748, 840pp, 169 contributions: 1.



WELFARE STATE, See: EDMONDS, BRAD, Government Is Bad for the Poor, too, 2pp, in PP 1737/38: 7. – But it does manage to provide some extensive “welfare” for some of the parasitic and monopolistic rich or those with lobby clout. – J.Z., J.Z., 31.5.02.

WELFARE STATE, See: FRIEDMAN, DAVID, Welfare and Immigration – The Other Half of the Argument, 1p, in PP 1682:43. Another print-out, from LIBERTY.

WELFARE STATE, See: HANNON, KATE, $ 50 billion welfare system “failing”, clipping from THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, 28/1/00, in PP 1611: 145. – Sometimes, the more you spend, the less you achieve! – J.Z., 14. 3. 2000.

WELFARE STATE, See: HARPER, F.A., Morals and the Welfare State, 27pp: 75, in PP 1549.

WELFARE STATE, See: HOFFMAN, BEN, Welfare – Who Benefits, 1p: 14, in PP 1572-73.

WELFARE STATE, See: HUMPHREYS, JOHN, Re-evaluating Australia’s Welfare System: Poverty Alleviation, Welfare Reform and the Negative Income Tax in Australia, 2000, 106pp, in PP 1611: 1.

WELFARE STATE, See: JOHNSON, THOMAS L., Welfare and the Constitution, 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 12. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WELFARE STATE, See: LEE, DWIGHT R., The Perversity of Doing Good at Others’ Expense, THE FREEMAN, 9/97, 4pp, in PP 1764: 31.

WELFARE STATE, See: LONG, LAZARUS, What Is Social Responsibility? 1996/98, 3pp, in PP 1612: 63. – LONG, LAZARUS, State-Run Welfare Is Ineffective and Unnecessary, 1996/98, 6pp, in PP 1612: 66. – LONG, LAZARUS, Privatise Our Social Welfare System, 1995/98, 6pp, in PP 1612: 72.

WELFARE STATE, See: MACHAN, TIBOR R., The Perverse Compassion of the State, 2000, 1p, in PP 1707: 69.

WELFARE STATE, See: MARSLAND, DAVID, Real Welfare: Self-Reliance or State Dependency? 2pp: 765, in PP 1601-04. – Summary of his book: Welfare or Welfare State? Macmillan, 1996, 279pp.

WELFARE STATE, See: MCGUINNESS, PADRAIC P., Old St. Nick, patron of the Welfare State, 1p, SMH, 18.12.99, in PP 1610: 93. e-mail:

WELFARE STATE, See: RYDENFELT, SVEN, The Rise and Decline of a Welfare State, THE FREEMAN, 11/78, 7pp, in PP 1759/60: 42. on Sweden.

WELFARE STATE, See: SOMMERFELT PETTERSEN, JAN, MD, The Decline of the Scandinavian Welfare State, 1989, 2pp: 176, in PP 1568.

WELFARE STATE, See: TRENCHARD, JOHN, Welfare – Who Benefits? 1p: 89, in PP 1572-73.

WELFARE STATE, See: YOUNKINS, EDWARD W., The Minimal State, Not the Welfare State, 3pp: 805, in PP 1601-04.

WELLS, DONALD R. & SCRUGGS, L.S., The Free Banking Alternative, THE FREEMAN, 2/85, 5pp, in PP 1745-1748: 432.

WELLS, DONALD R. & SCRUGGS, L.S., Toward Free Banking, THE FREEMAN, 7/86, 8pp, in PP 1745-1748: 437.

WELLS, DONALD R., Banking before the Federal Reserve: the U.S. & Canada Compared, THE FREEMAN 6/87, 7pp, in PP 1745-1748: 425.

WELLS, SAM, A Few Preliminary Definitions, 3pp, in PP 1684: 37.

WELLS, SAM, A Heretic’s Outline of Political Systems, 1p, in PP 1684: 8. – Classification systems. Alas, he equates anarchy with gang warfare, leading to oligarchy.

WELLS, SAM, Books, etc, 23pp, in PP 1684: 40. In collaboration with, with short reviews.

WELLS, SAM, How to Identify Legal Thievery – and What to Do about it, 1p, in PP 1684: 1.

WELLS, SAM, Introductory Guide to “Political Correctness” or, Help in Understanding how Words Are Used to Attempt Liberal Thought Control over an Entire Country, 2pp, in PP 1684: 2.

WELLS, SAM, Liberals” and the Cult of Moral Relativism, 3pp, in PP 1684: 4.

WELLS, SAM, Power Elites in America: Oligopoly and Political Pull, or, Beware of the Regulatory-Industrial Complex, 18pp, in PP 1684: 10. – Here he repeats the old error, that a central bank would “counterfeit” its own notes, rather than forcing more and more of them upon its victims, via legal tender and its monopoly position. – As for conspiracies: With public opinion as permeated by errors, myths and prejudices as it is, there is no need to add “conspiracies” to achieve the present messes. – PIOT, J.Z., 26.5.01.

WELLS, SAM, Robber Barons” and Exploitative Monopolies – which System Fosters them and which System Most Discourages them? 3pp, in PP 1684: 33.

WELLS, SAM, Sam’s Hallowed Hall of Ideological Heroes of the Mind – First Inductee. Initially Dedicated to the Political and Economic Insights of Frederic Bastiat, 1p, in PP 1684: 7. – Offering “The Law”, “What Is Seen, and What Is Not Seen”, as well as quotations, by links.

WELLS, SAM, The Mission Impossible Squad versus John Galt, 1p, in PP 1684: 35.

WELLS, SAM, The Myth of the Trade Deficit, 3pp: 148; 3pp: 226, in PP 1572-73.

WELLS, SAM, The Role of a Majority Vote in a Free Society Versus Unlimited Majority Rule in a Democracy, 2pp, in PP 1684: 27.

WELLS, SAM, Three Categories of Human Activity & the Proper Role of Government, with links to related documents, 2pp, in PP 1681: 205,

WELLS, SAM, URL list referring to his sites, 4pp, in PP 1684: 64.

WELLS, SAM, What a Libertarian Is – and Is Not, 4pp, in PP 1684: 29.

WELLS, SAM, What Karl Marx Had to Say about Communism. Are you a Pinko? 1p, in PP 1706: 194.

WELLS, SAM, What Libertarianism Is Not! 1p: 21, in PP 1572-73.

WELTWEITE VERLAG, DER, 1946-1950, von KURT HELMUT ZUBE, 1905-1991, 7 S., in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 271.

WENDERS, JACK, Untitled, on Socialism and Collectivism, 1993, 1p, in PP 1671: 118.

WENDERS, JOHN T. Freedom & Democracy Are Different, THE FREEMAN, 8/90, 2pp, in PP 1765: 201.

WENDERS, JOHN T., Campaign Finance: The Symptom, not the Problem, THE FREEMAN, 2/98, 2pp, in PP 1757/58: 189.

WENDERS, JOHN T., Democracy Would Doom Hong Kong, THE FREEMAN, 1/88, 4pp, in PP 1753: 182.

WEST PAPUAN FREEDOM AND SELF-DETERMINATION MOVEMENT, Westend, 2pp leaflet:123, in PP 1583. – I doubt that they are radical libertarians. – J.Z.

WEST, E.G., Choice or Monopoly in Education, 5pp: 82, in PP 1584.

WEST, E.G., A Prince Replies to Machiavelli: Philip of England on the Erosion of Freedom, THE FREEMAN, 2/78, 6pp, in PP 1755/56: 284.

WESTLING, DAVID, Review, 1p, n.d., of : SWART, KOENRAD W., Individualism in the Mid-19th Century, JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS, vol. 23, no. 1, 1962, pp. 77-90, in PP 1671: 96.

WESTLING, DAVID, Review, 1p, of: SWART, KOENRAD W., “Individualism” in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in THE JOURNAL OF IDEAS, V. 23, NO. 1, 1962, pp 77-90, in PP 1679: 205.

WETHELIVING.COM, The Objectivist Republic of Letters,, 4pp, in PP 1682: 190.

WHALES, PRIVATELY OWNED, See: REHMKE, GREG, The right to own a whale, to save the whale, 2pp, in PP 1630: 169.

WHEELS, ALLEN, Freedom & Necessity, 3pp, from his book: How People Change, in PP 1656-1659: 438.

WHELAN, ELIZABETH M., Chemicals, Cancerphobia and Communication, 6pp: 117, in PP 1581-82.

WHELAN, ROBERT, Review, 2pp, in PP 1708-1710: 267, of: NORTH, RICHARD D., Life on a Modern Planet: A Manifesto for Progress, Manchester U.P., 1995, 275pp, L 10.99, ISBN 0 7190 4567 3. – “… well written & thoroughly researched. Richard North has shown that you can be concerned about the environment without being a misanthropic, Earth-worshipping Green loony. This is no small achievement.”

WHELAN, ROBERT, Wild in Woods: The Myth of the Noble Eco-Savage, IEA, 1999, 69pp, L 8, ISBN 0 255 36447 4, MEEK, NIGEL, Review, 4pp, in PP 1708-1710: 575.

WHITE, L. D., The Genocide Treaty. Why you should fear it, 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 187. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WHITE, L. RICHARD, Dis-Mything Social Security, 5pp, TLFCT, date? In PP 1684: 92. – Should it rather be “de-mything”? – J.Z.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., A Competitor for the Fed? THE FREEMAN, 7/00, 6pp, in PP 1745-1748: 446.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Asia Needs Capital Controls? It Just Ain’t So! THE FREEMAN, 3/99, 3pp, in PP 1757/58: 327.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Banking Without Regulation, THE FREEMAN, 10/93, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 455.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Free Banking in Britain: Theory, Experience and Debate, 1800-1845, Cambridge, CUP, 1984, 171pp, review only, by PALASEK, KAREN Y, 3pp: 90, in PP 1574-75. – I believe it was NEVER COMPLETELY free. At least it was restrained, if not legally, then by still prevailing popular prejudices on money, e.g. insistence upon at least fractional rare metal cover of issues and metallic redemption by the issuer, upon demand. That is only a fraction of the rightful and rational freedom options. – J.Z., 8.11.1999.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Review Essay of Rudolf Richter’s Money: Lectures on the Basis of General Equilibrium Theory and the Economics of Institutions, 5pp: 35, in PP 1576.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Review, 3pp, of: WEINTRAUB, E. ROY, General Equilibrium Analysis: Studies in Appraisal, N.Y., CUP, 1985, 191pp: 135, in PP 1574-75.

WHITMAN, WALT, See: SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, Walt Whitman: Individualist or Statist? 2pp: 114, in PP 1564.

WHITTEN, CHRIS, Dear Free-Marketeer, 20.12.00, 4pp, an appeal for funds, in PP 1718 – 1721: 1. – In this and other libertarian newsletters I still miss an appeal to libertarians to make use of their alternative media options for extremely cheap libertarian publishing and reading. Website, e-newsletter providers and paper publishers always have to appeal for funds. The users of cheap alternative media do not have to, because their basic costs are so low and they do not expect to make a living from their hobby publishing, no matter how extensive it may be. – Moreover, I for one am disappointed by the often only rather trivial news one finds in such newsletters, with few really inspiring libertarian projects, like the CD-ROM project, hardly ever being mentioned, since they do not count as “news”. To that extent libertarian journalism is often as little informative as is conventional journalism. I for one would find a newsletter much more appealing that would concentrate on new ideas and projects and appeal for collaboration to realize them. Would I have to tackle that job, too, largely by myself? Alas, I do already have too many projects on hand – and others are in the same position. Since libertarian projects are not sufficiently announced, sufficient international division of labour is not achieved to realize all of them fast. See PP 20 & 183 on this. – Libertarian newsletters might become more attractive if they became individualized, i.e., each individual would be sent only those news, automatically selected, which are of highest interest to him or her, according to a previously filled out questionnaire. As it is they do all too often express largely the interests and remaining bias of their editors only. – How many of these “news” induce many libertarians to take some positive actions? With reproducing such newsletters I get more and more away from the very concept of PEACE PLANS. – Thus I do not intend to print out and microfiche such newsletters much longer, or only the exceptional ones. – Perhaps, rather than mailing them to large numbers they should only be offered on websites, for those who want to look them up, there? – On sheet 41, bottom, there is a hint that Mike Harris, The Premier of Ontario, is looking at whether the private sector could finance, design, or even run water systems. He, the reporter & the readers of this newsletter ought to read the book of a fair socialist, like John Gunther, who, in his Inside U.S.A., reported on such and many other competitive private public service companies. Such “news” should be accompanied with a bibliography of successful private schemes, a reference to a libertarian encyclopaedia article and ideas and projects archive. The blind leading the blind, once again! – J.Z., 30.7.01.

WILBER, DAVE to ZUBE, JOHN, 24. 6. 00, via 2pp, in PP 1629: 49. – I could not open his attachments.

WILDER IMAGES, Wild & Woolley/ Fast Books Newsletter, No. 18, Winter 1999, 4pp: 33, in PP 1571. – Another conventional vanity press. The more you compare them, their prices and conditions, the more attractive will the alternative self-publishing options, in affordable media, appear to you! – J.Z.

WILDERMUTH, E. F. W., Reshape America? 1p, in PP 1713-1715: 89. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WILDERMUTH, E.F.W., Voter Frustration Breeds Dictatorship, 2pp, in PP 1713-1715: 8. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WILGUS, NEAL, Review, 1p, of: SCHUSTER, EUNICE MINETTE, Native American Anarchism: 386, in PP 1589-94.

WILGUS, NEAL, Speculations on Increasing Intelligence, 1p: 304. Can Intelligence Be Enhanced? 2pp: 327, in PP 1589-94. – More Sources, 1p: 336. Getting A Move On – IE in SF, 1p: 353. How High IQ? 1p: 366. The Mensa Conspiracy, 2pp: 384. Food for Thought, 1p: 416. Doman’s Domain Revisited, 1p: 435. Interview with Victor Serebriskiff, 1p: 452. This Is Only A Test, 1p: 462. The Anarchistic Brain, 1p: 484. Follow-Up-Dates, 1p: 514. Firewalkers, 2pp: 541. Brain Power, 2pp: 590, in PP 1589-94.

WILLE, ULRICH, Max Stirner, Der Philosoph des Egoismus, 5 S.: 84, in PP 1588. – Die Bibliographie gibt mehrere websites.

WILLE, ULRICH, Von “Gruppen”, von “Vertraegen” und von der “Realitaet”, eine Antwort auf Benedikt Jaeger, 2 S., in PP 1625: 89.

WILLERS, ED, Directory Short Cuts, 1p, in PP 1680: 206, list of links,

WILLETTS, DAVID, Modern Conservatism, Penguin, 1992, 216pp, Review only, 4pp, by SEAN GABB, in PP 1708-1710: 71.

WILLIAMS, DANIEL E., Big Brother Wants to Go Inside Your Head! 2pp: 102; 2pp: 137; 2pp: 168; 2pp: 208, in PP 1572-73.

WILLIAMS, GARY, George Mason & the Bill of Rights, THE FREEMAN, 5/92, 5pp, in PP 1765: 126.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., A Distant Voice Speaks to Us Today, THE FREEMAN, 3/83, 6pp, in PP 1759/60: 25, on Pericles, Mill, Spencer, Bierce & Henry Ford. – Apparently, he was rather hearing voices than a single voice. – J.Z.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., A Piece of Street Wisdom, THE FREEMAN, 8/85, 12pp, in PP 1766-68: 608.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., The Forgotten Dream, THE FREEMAN, 11/86, 9pp, in PP 1749/50: 237.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., Wanted: Cheerful Realists, 2pp, in PP 1655: 65.

WILLIAMS, NATHAN, Currency, an anarchist approach, 1p, in PP 1645-1653, on LETS in the Blue Mountains: 325.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Discrimination & Liberty, THE FREEMAN, 4/98, 3pp, in PP 1761-63: 564.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Fairness & Justice: Process vs. Results, THE FREEMAN, 10/88, 4pp, in PP 1753: 82.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Ignorance is Bliss – Maybe, THE FREEMAN, 7/99, 2pp, in PP 1755/56: 77.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., My New Entitlement, 1p, in PP 1684: 132. See also the Walter Williams Archives on the Web.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Politician is another Name for Crook, Hustler and Tyrant, 1p, in PP 1684: 131. www.williams_on_polticians.html ?

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Regulation’s invisible victim, 1p, 1989, in PP 1730: 34.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., See: LOUW, LEON, Review Essay of Walter William’s South Africa’s War against Capitalism, 5pp: 25, in PP 1576.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Silly Talking, THE FREEMAN, 7/00, 2pp, in PP 1754: 86.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Sound Economics vs. False Political Claims, May 10, 00, 1p, in PP 1684: 133.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The Civil War’s Tragic Legacy, THE FREEMAN, 1/99, 2pp, in PP 1766-68: 407.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., When and under what Circumstances Should Violent Force Be Used? (c) 1995, Creators Syndicate, Inc., 2pp, in PP 1685/86: 105. – By my standards, rightful force isn’t “violent” but defensive. It upholds basic rights and liberties without offending against such rights of innocents and non-aggressive people. Aggressive people lose most of their rights, as rational beings, at least temporarily, while they are aggressive. Then they retain only the rights of animals, i.e., the right not to be unnecessarily killed or injured or treated cruelly. Violence is very different from defensive force. It always violates the rights and liberties of others. – J.Z., 26.5.01.

WILLIAMSON, OLIVER, The Economic Institutions of Capitalism, N.Y., The Free Press, 1985, 450pp, Review only, 4pp, Transaction Costs and Institutions, by BOUDREAUX, DON: 158, in PP 1574-75.

WILSON, CHARLES MORROW, Let’s Try Barter, 6pp, in PP 1656-1659: 232.

WILSON, JOHN vs. High Court of Australia: The High Court Wipes Trial by Peers, 1p: 71, in PP 1551.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, & SHEA, ROBERT, Definitionen & Unterscheidungsmerkmale, 1 S. aus: Illuminatus III, rororo-Taschenbuch Nr. 4772, ISBN 3-499-14772-6, in PP 1609: 68.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Hammering the Idols, 2pp, in PP 1630: 17.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Natural Law, only Loompanics leaflet, 1p, in PP 1661: 176. From my point of view this is easily his worst book. See my 1p comments on page 177. – J.Z.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The ROBERT ANTON WILSON Website, 3pp, in PP 1616: 55. – The texts of poems by ARLEN RILEY did not download for me. – J.Z.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Toward Understanding E-Prime, 4pp, in PP 1671: 103. – Towards more care in making statements.

WILSON, TADD, The Culture of Classical Liberalism, THE FREEMAN, 12/98, 6pp, in PP 1749/50: 272.

WIN, March 1, 1971, with a large section on libertarianism, incomplete, 34pp: 59, in PP 1583.

WINBORNE, GEORGE, The Intellectual Property Debate, 2pp: 576, in PP 1601-04.

WINSTON, ALEXANDER, As Tocqueville Saw us, THE FREEMAN, 5/69, 5pp, in PP 1757/58: 330.

WINTERBERGER, ANDREAS K., Albert J. Nock, 2. Teil, 4 S.: 167, in PP 1588.

WINTERS, SIMON, Nobody Knows Your Name, 1p: 53, in PP 1564. – On the battle of Marathon.

WINTERS, SIMON, The Georgist Interpretation of History, 1p: 70, in PP 1564.

WISEMAN, JACK, Economics, Subjectivism and Public Choice, 2pp: 118, in PP 1574-75.

WITHERSPOON, JOHN, See: BEARCE, ROBERT G., John Witherspoon: Disciple of Freedom, THE FREEMAN, 5/77, 8pp, in PP 1759/60: 305.

WITHERSPOON, JOHN, See: PETERSON, ROBERT A., John Witherspoon: “Animated Son of Liberty”, THE FREEMAN, 12/85, 5pp, in PP 1759/60: 300.

WITT, SCOTT, How to Be Twice as Smart, 1983, 276pp, $ 11.95, flyer only, in PP 1664/65:379.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, 101 Things To Do ‘Til The Revolution,96, 216pp, $ 15.95, flyer only in PP 1664/65: 351.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, 101 Things to Do till the Revolution, 1p review of the book by MILLER, VINCENT H.: 130, in PP 1561-63.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, Amerika, Amerika, “Land-Mine” Legislation, 3pp: 252, in PP 1561-63.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, Hey, Are You an Outlaw? 2pp, in PP 1718 – 1721: 817.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, Review, 2pp, of: KOMAN, VICTOR, Kings of the High Frontier, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 297. The books is available online for only $ 3.50 from, the tiny online book dealership operated by writer and past Prometheus Award winner, J. Neil Schulman. When will come to offer many books on floppies, CD-ROMs and CVDs? It did once experiment with floppy disks but seems to have entangled itself in copyrights and self-imposed regulations. – J.Z.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, Review, 3pp, of: LINAWEAVER, BRAD & KRAMER, EDWARD E., editors, Free Space, TOR, July 1997, $ 24.95 (hardbound): “… the first explicitly libertarian SF anthology…”!, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 300.

WOLFE, CLAIRE, Writings of Claire Wolfe, Liberty Activists site, 3pp, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 294, with links but no URL.

WOLFE, GREGORY, Beyond Supply & Demand – The Psychology of Inflation, THE FREEMAN, 2/79, 6pp, in PP 1757/58: 272. – I would have been more interested in an article on the laws that make inflation possible, namely those on legal tender and the issue monopoly. – J.Z.

WOLFE, KEN, Stabilization Kit in Winnipeg, 2pp, in PP 1605/6: 340. (Cryonics)

WOLFMAN’S SITE, Home Page, 3pp, in PP 1701: 146, with URL list, Left-anarchist site with one interesting article: SEELE, MELCHIOR, Michael Schirry: Executed for Planning to Assassinate Mussolini, 1p: 147.

WOLFRAM, GARY, A Note on Converting the Ruble, THE FREEMAN, 1/91, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 452.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., A Liberty Charter to stop violent government attacks on our lives and property, 2pp: 183, in PP 1561-63.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., ClintonCare: Back from the Grave, 2pp: 101, in PP 1561-63.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Clinton’s Deathcare. If you’re 65 or older, it’s now illegal to pay for your own medical care, 1p: 228, in PP 1561-63.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Global Treaty on the Environment prelude to a global police state? 1p: 204, in PP 1561-63.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Military Prepares for Martial Law in the U.S., 1p, in PP 1729: 5.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Police Confiscations Still Out of Control, 1p, in PP 1729: 117.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Surviving Terrorism, Flyer, 2pp, in PP 1743/44: 245, for his new book.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Coming Great Depression, 2pp: 87, in PP 1589-94.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Government’s War on Property, THE FREEMAN, 7/93, 11pp, in PP 1749/50: 222.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Green Gestapo. Environmentalism Gone Insane, 2pp: 72, in PP 1561-63.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Unemployment Crisis, 5pp: 193, in PP 1589-94.

WOLLSTONECRAFT, MARY, See: HART, DAVID, Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of Woman (1792). List of reference works, 1p, in PP 1607/8: 274.

WOMEN OF THE “FREEDOM FIGHTERS”, in the Middle East, See: GRIPPER, ALI, Traditional slavery. Short note on an SBS TV broadcast, 26 August, 1998, on the slavery of women in the Middle East. In PP 1627: 121. – Some of their “husbands” class themselves as freedom fighters!

WOMEN’S EMANCIPATION, See: HART, DAVID, The Emancipation of Women, 1999, guide, 4pp, in PP 1607/8: 329.


WOMEN’S LIBERATION, See: ORIENT, JANE M., Comparable Worth vs. Civil Liberty: Are Feminists Pro-Choice? THE FREEMAN, 6/85, 8pp, in PP 1761-63: 579.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, 1912-1995, Obituary, George Woodcock, 1p, in PP 1704: 206, by Kevin Doyle. Originally in WORKERS SOLIDARITY, 45, 1995. –

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Anarchy or Chaos, 1944, with a new preface, in 1992 “Lysander Spooner” edition, ca. 132pp, in PP 1699: 14.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, See: GARDNER, P.D., George Woodcock, 1912-1995, and his history of Anarchism, 1p, in PP 1645-1653: 324. – See: GARDNER, P.D., Review of WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Anarchists & Anarchism, 1p, in PP 1645-1653: 552.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Untitled, n.d., on an article by George Woodcock, in FREEDOM, 19.10.46, 1p, in PP 1725: 100.

WOODLIEF, ANTHONY, The Case for Shopping at Kroger, March 1993 FREEMAN, THE, FEE, 2pp, in PP 1672: 144 & in PP 1764: 135. – Shopping during strike against Kroger & its customers. – J.Z.

WOODRICH, DANIELLE M., Introducing Children to Liberty: A Golden Opportunity for a Free Nation’s Survival, 3pp: 707, in PP 1601-04.

WOODWARD, LESLEY, Guilty until Proved Innocent, 4pp, in PP 1713-1715: 197. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

WOODWARD, LESLEY: Politician or Statesman! Which? 2pp, in PP 1713-1715: 165. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE. – I hardly see a difference. J.Z.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Government Is an Unnecessary Evil, 1p, 1998, in PP 1700: 206. – Editor of THE MATCH! Box 3488, Tucson, AZ 85 722. $ 10 cash for 4 mailings.

WOOF, CATHERINE, to ZUBE, JOHN, n.d., 1p introduction to LONG LIFE MAGAZINE: 2, in PP 1595-96.

WOOSTER, MARTIN MORSE, Libertarians in Space, 3pp, from LIBERTY, March 98, (c), in PP 1677: 53. Should it not have been “into” space?

WORDEN, CARL, No Duty to Pay Federal Income Tax? 2pp, in PP 1664/65: 261. With note by J.Z.

WORKING AT HOME, See: PRATT, JOANNE H., Home-Based Work: New Opportunities for Women? THE FREEMAN, 3/88, 2pp, in PP 1765: 64.

WORLD BANK, Discussion extract, Real Estate, Land Use Regulation, Population etc., 1998, 2pp, in PP 1668/69: 228.

WORLD BANK, See: BOVARD, JAMES, The World Bank vs. the World’s Poor, THE FREEMAN, May 88, 5pp, in PP 1745-1748: 27.

WORLD GOVERNMENT, See: TARG, DAVID, Peace Through World Government? 1p: 49, in PP 1564. – From: FAITH & FREEDOM, 1953.

WORLD MONEY ANALYST, Advertisement, 1p, in PP 1656-1659: 435.

WORLD MONEY ANALYST, Leaflets, 4pp, several years old, e.g. on How to Get a Second Passport, Panics and Market Cycles, Gold Investment. Advice by Mark Tier & others: 118, in PP 1583.

WORLDNETDAILY, Nov. 9, 2000, 4 pp guide to its articles in PP 1662: 151. – A Flawed & incomplete first print-out attempt, 1p in PP 1662: 155. Introductory pages, 3pp: 156. News to:

WORLDNETDAILY, The Liberty Collection, announcement of a 1963 specially printed 20 pp, $ 19.95 booklet, 1p, 2000, , in PP 1675: 6. – For a bit more than 4 times that amount you can get the over 160,000 pages of the AMERICAN FREEDOM LIBRARY from LEXREX on a CD-ROM! – J.Z.

WORLD NETWORK HOLDINGS, A Terra Libra Trust Company, leaflet, 4pp: 185, in PP 1554/55.

WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING, Booklist, mainly on Fractals, 2pp: 169, in PP 1554/55.

WORLD SPACE FOUNDATION, THE, Introduction, 1p: 166, in PP 1589-94.

WORLD TRANSFORMATION, Home Page, 2pp, with links, in PP 1614: 207. – I found only its link to the Global Ideas Bank of some interest to me. New Age notions! – J.Z.

WORLDWIDE CAPITALISM WEB, Home Page, 5pp, in PP 1662: 21. – Links, articles list with links to them, affiliates

WORTHAM, ANN, … Because I Am an Individualist, 2pp: 18, in PP 1559.

WORTHAM, ANN, Liberalism and Individualism, 2pp, in PP 1751/52: 55.

WORTHAM, ANNE, A Decision against Meritorious Achievement, THE FREEMAN, 10/78, 4pp, in PP 1755/56: 408.

WOWK, BRIAN, Discussing “The Vissar Method”, edited by Ben Best, 4pp, in PP 1605/6: 122.

WOWK, BRIAN, Fostering Public Understanding of Cryonics, 1p: 91, in PP 1554/55.

WOWK, BRIAN, Prospects of Revival, 1p, from CRYOCARE: 28, in PP 1554/55.

WRIGHT, FRANK, Disband the Student Senate, 2pp: 13, in PP 1559.

WRITING, See: MAYERS, SYDNEY, Practical Writing, Outline of sessions at the HENRY GEORGE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE, NYC, Nov. 1990 9pp: 176, in PP 1598.

WYANT, CARL, Jimmy Brown and the Lemonade Stand, 1p: 381, in PP 1607/8, from THE FREE RADICAL.

XERINYE, KRISTA & STRAKON, N., Every Man for Himself, 5pp: 212, in PP 1565-67.

YAHOO.COM, Think Tanks, Social Science: Political Science, Public Policy, Institutes, 9pp, in PP 1674: 68. This may be the longest list that I have seen – but many more such institutes do exist. According to some hints that I have seen, hundreds. Has anyone compiled a complete listing? I do class some of my one-man projects as Think Tank efforts, too. If all such efforts were listed, then we could easily come to a list of ten-thousands! – J.Z., 21.5.01.

YANDELL, DIRK, Occupational Licensing, THE FREEMAN, 1/85, 3pp, in PP 1757/58: 66.

YANKUS, STANLEY, A Difficult Question, THE FREEMAN, 12/69, 2pp, in PP 1759/60, on purpose, rights, liberties … : 1.

YANKUS, STANLEY, A Letter from Down-Under, THE FREEMAN, 10/71, 3pp, in PP 1755/56: 360.

YANKUS, STANLEY, Cause & Effect, THE FREEMAN, 9/72, 4pp, in PP 1764: 190.

YATES, STEVEN, Affirmative Action: The New Road to Serfdom, THE FREEMAN, 12/90, 17pp, in PP 1761-63: 537.

YATES, STEVEN, Rights versus Entitlements, THE FREEMAN, 9/94, 2pp, in PP 1754: 130.

YATES, STEVEN, Rights versus Entitlements, THE FREEMAN, 9/94, 2pp, in PP 1754: 130.

YATES, STEVEN, The Ethics of Affirmative Action, THE FREEMAN, 7/94, 4pp, in PP 1761-63: 606.

YEAGER, LELAND B., editor, In Search of a Monetary Constitution, Harvard UP 1962, 1/2 page list of essays in this anthology, in PP 1745-1748: 622.

YEAGER, LELAND B., In Defence of Utility, 2pp, in PP 1674: 14.

YEAGER, LELAND B., The Cost Controversy: A Reply to Professor High, 2pp: 253, in PP 1574-75.

YEAGLEY, DAVID A., Indian Sovereignty in America, Jan. 14, 2002, 2pp, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 285, – He, too, has not yet considered exterritorial sovereignty & personal law. – J.Z. – See: RED INDIANS.

YEAGLEY, DAVID A., Obey the Koran and Leave the Jews Alone, 3pp, in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 287, FrontPage Magazine, 3.8.01. – NO territorialist leaves dissenters sufficiently alone. Nor do those who believe in collective responsibility. Nor do those who uphold monetary despotism! – And how many religious people do really apply all the dogmas of their faith? – Religious intolerance, combined with territorial intolerance, make a very bad combination – everywhere. – J.Z., 16.2.02, 28.5.02.

YES, Business Opportunities Magazine, Leaflet, 1page, 1994: 167, in PP 1554/55.

YODER, ANDREW & GRAY, EARL T., Pirate Radio Operations, 97, 364pp, $ 19.95, flyer only: 364.

YORK, GARY F., Defending a Free Nation: the Status Economy, 2pp: 366, in PP 1601-04.

YOUNG LIBERTARIAN PAGES, THE, Home Page, with links, 3pp, in PP 1615: 203.

YOUNG, ANTHONY, Across the Sea of Commerce, THE FREEMAN, 1/00, 5pp, in PP 1755/56: 249.

YOUNG, ANTHONY, Air Bags – More Government Hot Air? , THE FREEMAN, 9/90, 2pp, in PP 1755/56: 178.

YOUNG, ANTHONY, The Little Railroad that Could, THE FREEMAN, May 92, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 282. – The author did not sufficiently mention that this railway got extra Federal police protection against sabotage and other violent criminal acts by fanatic unionists – because NASA needed this railway line. Other lines were terrorized, legislated or regulated into submission or bankruptcy. – J.Z., 21.5.02. – The use of explosives, murder, blackmail, arson, sabotage, violence, terrorism and corruption in union “activities” or anti-industrial warfare or “class warfare” has not yet been sufficiently recorded and publicized. Is there a trait of despotism & tyranny that they haven’t practised as yet? And all this in the pursuit of their ill conceived notions of a “right to work” and to “fair” wages – and of the “protection” of labor. They are, like crime syndicates, small scale competitors to territorial States. – J.Z., 3.6.02.

YOUNG, F. CLIFTON, A Capitalistic Commandment, THE FREEMAN, 4/70, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 482.

YOUNKINS, EDWARD W., Review, 4pp, of: POSTREL, VIRGINIA, The Future and its Enemies, The Free Press, NY, 1998, 265pp, $ 25, ISBN 0 684 82760 3, in PP 1708-1710: 518.

YOUNKINS, EDWARD W., The Minimal State, Not the Welfare State, 3pp: 805, in PP 1601-04.

YOUTH, See: DAVENPORT, JOHN A., A Heartening Message from Youth, THE FREEMAN, 10/76, 4pp, in PP 1766-68: 523. – “Youth” is an abstract concept and as such it cannot send any messages to anyone. He should have said something like: “from some young people”. – Neither young nor adult nor middle aged nor old people can be rightly judged collectively. – J.Z., 3.6.02.

ZARBIN, EARL, A Disturbing Awakening, THE FREEMAN, 4/70, 2pp, in PP 1759/60: 17, on State socialism and violence.

ZARBIN, EARL, A Living Symbol, THE FREEMAN, 2/70, 3pp, in PP 1755/56: 347, on the dollar sign. It, too, does now stand for monetary despotism and this is a major contributing factor to war, poverty, injustice & despotism! J.Z.

ZARBIN, EARL, Freedom & Democracy, THE FREEMAN, 10/70, 1p, in PP 1765: 203.

ZELL, HARRY VON, Chickens Come Home to Roost, 2pp, in PP 1713-1715: 58. – From: FREEDOM MAGAZINE.

ZEITSCHRIFT DES MAX-STIRNER ARCHIVS LEIPZIG, Inhaltsverzeichnis, 1998-2000, 2 S. , in PP 1619/20: 231.

ZELMAN, AARON & SMITH, L. NEIL, The Mitzvah, published by Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership & Mazel Freedom Press, $ 10.95 postage paid, 4pp announcement, in PP 1677: 82. JPFO: With some reviews. Even that advertisement is copyrighted! – J.Z.

ZGOURIDES, GEORGE, Psy. D., Don’t Let them Psych you Out! 1993, 198pp, $15.95, flyer only, in PP 1664/65: 380.

ZHENG, PUHIE, Crackdown in China, THE FREEMAN, 9/89, 5pp, in PP 1755/56: 126. Did it ever quite stop since the communists came to power there? It just gets even more severe, sometimes. – J.Z.

ZIMBABWEAN SISTERS PETITION, forwarded by C. Butterbach, 11 Oct. 00, 2pp, in PP 1675: 136. – I hold that they could best be helped by the introduction of free migration, free trade, monetary freedom and other economic and political liberties in at least some countries, to which these women could flee. From there these liberties would spread and help the remainder. – Otherwise all humanitarian aid efforts are largely mere tinkering with and alleviation of SYMPTOMS. There was a time when steerage passage to America could be booked for a mere $ 5 and no passport was required. – I do not approve of the wording of the first part of the third statement. The supposed contradiction between rights and freedom does not exist and neither equality nor human decency are rights or freedoms. I also doubt that the UN or its Human Rights Declaration could do these women any good. Nevertheless, out of sympathy with these victims, and with the above qualifications, I was willing to sign this petition, too. But I did not bother to send it back and onwards. – J.Z., 21.5.01. Christian Butterbach [CB: The preceding e-mail address is obsolete and bounces! For first e-mail contact please go to] – Better ideas & institutions are potentially more powerful “weapons” than some signatures on some more petitions and protests. – J.Z., 24.5.02.

ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT, A Level Playing Field, THE FREEMAN, 1/94, 3pp, in PP 1755/56: 390.

ZNET, A Community of People Concerned about Social Change, it says, rather than about individual rights – J.Z. 20pp, in PP 1703: 156, with URL list, some of interest to left anarchists.

ZNET, Politically Special Quotations, introductory page only, with URLs, 2pp, in PP 1703: 156.

ZOLA, Jim Bell’s Theorem, 1p, in PP 1663: 140. – On JIM BELL’s Assassination Politics.

ZOLATIMES, later LAISSEZ FAIRE CITY TIMES & THE CITY TIMES, Lists of articles published, in the order of their appearance, 72pp (with inserts) , in PP 1663: 65. – I do not know as yet whether they have by now also an alphabetical authors and titles listing. The number of their articles is large and most of them are significant in my eyes. I would like to see them all on CD-ROM. – J.Z.

ZONING, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Zoning: A Tragic Public Policy, THE FREEMAN, 8/81, 7pp, in PP 1749/50: 31. – Territorial sovereignty is the worst kind of governmental zoning – and it is, nevertheless, mostly ignored as such by most people, most of the time or even insisted upon – although almost all people are more or less its victims. – PIOT, J.Z., 14.5.02.

ZONING, See: FACEY, EDWARD C., Zoning Laws, THE FREEMAN, 6/81, 7pp, in PP 1749/50: 45.

ZONING, See: FLANAGAN, GREGORY, Examples of Zoning Tyranny, 4pp, in PP 1689-1693: 967.

ZONING, See: FLANAGAN, GREGORY, Political Zoning Destroys Communities, 1p, in PP 1689-1693: 823.

ZONING, See: LEEF, GEORGE C., Zoning Laws, the Housing Market and the Ripple Effect, THE FREEMAN, 1/78, 7pp, in PP 1749/50: 38.

ZONING, See: SALTZMAN, JAMES D., Houston Says No to Zoning, THE FREEMAN, 8/94, 7pp, in PP 1765: 16.

ZUBE, JOHN & HART, DAVID, See: Correspondence, 1999, 16pp, in PP 1607/8: 256. – Mainly on micrographics and the Internet.

ZUBE, JOHN & KOONTZ, ALAN, Correspondence, with some clippings, 1985-2000, 175pp, in PP 1607/8: 81. – On micrographics, computers, Internet, panarchism, revisionism, atrocities, etc. I’m not game to try to index as many letter pages here. – J.Z. – It contains a long written interview of me by Alan Koontz, which was never published, unless I included it before in one of my fiche on fiching, 24pp: 120. – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN & SMITH, ZANE, Are there libertarian or other publishers for libertarian fiction – or self-publishing options for it? 2pp: 411, in PP 1601-04. – A filler to substitute for doubled-up 2 pages.

ZUBE, JOHN, 53 Antworten auf den Artikel von Nico Myowna, 10 S., in deutsch, in PP 1631-1633: 610.

ZUBE, JOHN, A Survey of Hyphenated Anarchist Types and their Opposites, 21 March 2,000 version, 13pp, in PP 1629: 1.

ZUBE, JOHN, An ABC Against Nuclear War, 1975, cover page only, 1p, in PP 1706: 198.

ZUBE, JOHN, An ABC Against Nuclear War, third edition, scanned in, Jan. 02, to make up for the bad and small printing in PEACE PLANS 16-18, and the correspondingly flawed microfiched 2nd edition of this book. – The 264 offset printed pages of the first edition are here reproduced, scanned in, somewhat proof-read and printed out, then 36x reduced, on 2 instead of 3 microfiche and I have thus much space left for additional entries and a wholly new PEACE PLANS 18 edition. In PP 16 & 17: 1 – 266. – Until I can offer this book and many other libertarian texts on a single cheap CD-ROM, I make this book available free of charge by e-mail, upon request. I would welcome its free reproduction on the websites of others and free downloads from them. My first peace book, reproduced in its English translation in PP 61-63 and in its German original in PP 399-401, has still not been scanned in but will be among my next scanning jobs. – J.Z., 2.3.02. – This last job is done now as well, but even zipped it comes to 579 Kbs – close to the size limit for e-mails. Unzipped: about 2.3 Mbs in RTF. Its English translation, fiched in PP 61-63, is still not scanned in. – J.Z., 28.5.02.

ZUBE, JOHN, Compulsory Voting. My last letter on this, 1p, 23. August 99, in PP 1610: 115. – When I finally could no longer avoid paying a penalty for not voting – once again. This time I had actually forgotten this insignificant “event”. Apparently, they could not do without my informal vote. This penalty amounted, in practice, to a penalty for not voting informally! – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, Finance Plan, Related Proposals (to the finance proposal in PP 19 C): Hints to 35 other & related propositions, 2pp, in PP 1745-1748: 503.

ZUBE, JOHN, In Defence of Immanuel Kant’s Ideas against Distortions and Slander by Ayn Rand and some of her Followers. An attempt to induce Objectivists to think objectively for themselves on this particular subject. 5pp excerpts from 10pp original manuscript: 142, in PP 1565-67. – Compare the original compilations in PP 14 & 27/28.

ZUBE, JOHN, Let Freedom Pay its Way, Supplement to the new edition, so far only available by e-mail from me in RTF, with all or parts of PEACE PLANS 1-20, in manageable portions. Pages 95-131, in PP 1745-1748: 493. – Note that in my free banking or monetary freedom compilations I make no sharp distinctions between monetary freedom and financial freedom, however necessary the distinction is for the issue of sound currencies. – J.Z., 31.5.02.

ZUBE, JOHN, Libertarian CD-ROM Publishing & Libertarian Library, 628 words, 1p, in PP 1706: 201.

ZUBE, JOHN, Libertarian CD-ROM Publishing, 628 words, 1p, in PP 1673: 208.

ZUBE, JOHN, MAMA: Mutual Aid for Mothers Association, 1971, 1998, 5pp, in PP 1745-1748: 584, on financial freedom & other support for single mothers via cooperative actions of women.

ZUBE, JOHN, Microfiche Columns & Rows that are possible at various reduction rates, 2pp, 1986, in PP 1654: 117.

ZUBE, JOHN, Microfiche versus Internet, 1p, extract by N. Albery from a 14pp letter: 321 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, Microfilming, Interview by Alan Koontz, 24pp, in PP 1607/08: 120.

ZUBE, JOHN, Note on today’s Constitutional Referendum in Australia, 1/2 page, 6.11.199: 58, in PP 1571.

ZUBE, JOHN, Notes to the article of LARRY GAMBONE: Mutualize! 3pp, in PP 1664/65: 404.

ZUBE, JOHN, On Panarchy, volumes XX – XXIV, 1050pp, in PP 1689-1693: 1. – Compiler & editor.

ZUBE, JOHN, On the Road to Monetary Freedom, 1986, 15pp, mainly of addresses of monetary freedom advocates, a list that is all too dated by now. Who will provide an updated one? – J.Z., 15.5.02, in PP 1745-1748: 749.

ZUBE, JOHN, Panarchismus. Jedem der Staat oder die freie Gemeinschaft seiner Traeume!, 2 S., in PP 1625: 57.

ZUBE, JOHN, Proper water etc. pricing or bureaucratic extortions? My disagreement with the local government council on this. 7pp, in PP 1610: 108. – I got only one telephonic response from a member of the public on this. He, too, had complained but achieved only a tiny increase in usage charges, not the abolition of the huge service supply charge. – One remains in their grip – until one is free to opt out. – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Freedom Definitions and Notes, May 2,000, 101pp, in PP 1626: 1. – These are part of the upcoming SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY encyclopaedia, of which 7 volumes on 7 microfiche are out so far, 1470 pages, covering A – part of G.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Hints towards Free Migration Material, 1p, in PP 1682: 33.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Initial Responses by John Zube upon Reading Bernd Laska’s 6 introductory essays on the Works of La Mettrie, Max Stirner and Wilhelm Reich, 5pp, in PP1613: 85.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes on Anarchist Microfiche Self-Publishing, 5pp, in PP 1645-1653. – – Sorry, but the tables got mixed up in the transferral from my disk to the print-out system AAMR used. – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes on “Mises Made Easier”, Nov. 92, 4pp, in PP 1745-1748: 538.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes on Revisionism, 14 February 2000, 2pp, in PP 1607/8: 195.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes to Mises: “On the Manipulation of Money and Credit”, 1993 & 1998, 2pp, in PP 1745-1748: 537.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Notes to P. Webster: Political Essays … on money …., 1791 (PP 994 &9 95), 1991, 6pp, in PP 1745-1748: 530.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Panarchistic (Not Pananarchistic!) Notions, 3pp, in PP 1645-1653: 291.

ZUBE, JOHN, Some Thoughts on Abortion, 28. January 2,000, 2pp, in PP 1607/8: 397. 2pp, in PP 1610: 39.- After a short discussion with my eldest son on this. – Not even that topic has so far been finalized among libertarians! – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, Talking to Myself on Immigration Restrictions, 2 sessions, 13.9.01 & 15. & 16. 9. 01, 217 entries, 17 pages, in PP 1728: 192. – If you have any other and better short arguments, please, do send them in, provided they do not just repeat popular errors, myths and prejudices. But concise refutations of them are very welcome! -J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, Terrorism in Context of other Murders, handwritten note, 1/2 page, in PP 1737/38: 20.

ZUBE, JOHN, The defining characteristics of a tolerant society, 2pp, edited by Nicholas Albery from our correspondence and put onto the Internet: 319 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to ALBEA, JIM, 1.6.01, 3pp, on CD-ROM project, in PP 1696: 144.

ZUBE, JOHN, to ALEXANDER, WES et al, 10 May 01, No Incumbents? 1p, in PP 1679: 63 .

ZUBE, JOHN, to ATLAS FOUNDATION, 22. 12. 1999, 2pp, in PP 1618: 103. – 5.2.2000, 1p, in PP 1618: 102. – No reply. –

ZUBE, JOHN, to ATLAS ECONOMIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 2. 12. 2000, on CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1743/44: 221.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BABKA, JIM, re CD-ROM project, 3pp, in PP 1685/86: 168.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BARTH, WERNER, 2 Feb. 2,000, 2pp, in PP 1689-1693: 339 – in German! In: ON PANARCHY, 20-24.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BELLIS, GIAN PIERO DE & FLANAGAN, GREG, 9.4.01, 3pp, in PP 1689-1693: 266. – B-Z, 29.3.01, 1p: 266.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BELLIS, GIAN PIERO DE, 20.4.01 & B-Z, 18.4.01, 3p, in PP 1689-1693: 270.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BELLIS, GIAN PIERO DE, 21.6.01, 1p, in PP 1689-1693: 274.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BERTOLINI, LAURA, 17.7.00, 3pp, in PP 1629: 179, on why I decline to attend a peace conference until some of the better peace ideas come to the foreground.

ZUBE, JOHN to BOZZONETTI, YVAN, 20.6.93, 2pp: 735, in PP 1589-94.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BROOKS, PATRICK, 12.1.73, 7pp, in PP 1745-1748: 507.

ZUBE, JOHN to BROWN, NAT (BEN METTES), 27.7.1999, 1 p: 290 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BUNDY, KARL M., 16 April 01, 2pp, in PP 1679: 123. On CD-ROM & Joseph Lancaster’s educational system.

ZUBE, JOHN, to BUNDY, KARL M., Learn In Freedom, 010416, on CD-ROM etc., 3pp, in PP 1671: 167.

ZUBE, JOHN, to COPAS, CANDICE I & al, most prominent FNF people, 29 March 01, re CD-ROMs, as undeveloped and unoccupied new “countries”, ready and waiting to be used by us, 1p, in PP 1687/88: 357.

ZUBE, JOHN, to COXE, JACK W., 25.4.01, re CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1687/88: 355.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DARBY, MICHAEL, FREEMARKETEERS OF AUSTRALIA, 26.8.1999, 6pp: 353 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 14.11.99, 1p, in PP 1614: 184.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 18.11.93, 7pp, in PP 1614: 149.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DAWSON, JAMES N., 29.4.94, 1p, in PP 1614: 170.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DAWSON, JAMES N., 23.5.95, 1p, in PP 1614: 178.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 2.1.96, 4pp, in PP 1614: 180.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 31.1.2000, 5pp, in PP 1610: 35.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 31.1.95, 1p, in PP 1614: 176.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 7.1.94, 7pp, in PP 1614: 162.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 7.9.94, 3pp, in PP 1614: 172.

ZUBE, JOHN to DAWSON, JAMES N., 9.10.91, 2pp, in PP 1614: 145.

ZUBE, JOHN, to De-Anne Park, 14.2.78, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 500.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DIEDERICH, AXEL & VERMEIJ, EEF, 21.4.01, on CD-ROM project, 3pp, in PP 1722: 2.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DEWEY, PATRICK R., Long Life Magazine, 5.12.1979, 1p: 1, in PP 1595-96.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DODSON, EDWARD J., 7 May 01, on CD-ROM project, 2 pp, in PP 1668/69: 7.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DORING, BOB, 17.3.00, 2pp, in PP 1629: 192.

ZUBE, JOHN, to DRENNAN, TAMMY (Returned as undeliverable), 25/1/01, on education & CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1664/65: 313.

ZUBE, JOHN, to EFF, 4 May 01, 2pp, in PP 1676: 170. On self-censorshop, tied to media choice, & CDs.

ZUBE, JOHN, to Electoral Commissioner, 28.6.1999 & 23.8.1999, against compulsory voting, 10pp: 390 in PP 1577-78. – I lost this time and had to pay a small penalty. Thereupon I attended again, twice since, voting once informally and in the recent referendum against “the politician’s republic and preamble”. – Melbourne anarchists advocated

ZUBE, JOHN, to ELMY, JACK March 15, 00, with his letter of same day, 2pp, in PP 1676: 204. On dictatorships, panarchism, revolutions, their financing, ideal militias & freedom newspapers, e.g. ORANGE COUNTRY REGISTER,

ZUBE, JOHN, to ELWOOD, JIM, 7.5.01, on CD-ROM project & a classified advertisement, to my knowledge not yet reproduced in the ISIL newsletter, 3pp, in PP 1726/27: 388.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FIJA & LEHMAN, GODFREY, 27 March 01 & some time later, 3pp, in PP 1676: 117. FIJA re free juries and CD-ROM project.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FLANAGAN, GREG, 1p, in PP 1689-1693: 265.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FAVORITE QUOTES, & 1p, in PP 1664/65: 63.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FLANAGAN, GREG, 25.12.00, 1p, , in PP 1689-1693: 340. In: ON PANARCHY, 20-24.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FLANAGAN, GREG, 30.12.00, 2pp, in PP 1689-1693: 343. In: ON PANARCHY, 20-24.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FLANAGAN, GREG, 3.1.01, F-Z, 3.1.01, 2p, in PP 1689-1693: 345. In: ON PANARCHY, 20-24.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FLEMING, KURT W., 8.2.2000, 6 S. , in PP 1619/20: 226.

ZUBE, JOHN, to FREEDOM NEWS, 14.3.00, suggesting some improvements and more openness for input, to achieve a greater variety of opinions, more positive news, ideas, observations and arguments, with a critical note from the previous microfiche reproducing FREEDOM NEWS, 1p, in PP 1631-1633: 1. – According to FM News, 30.7.00, sheet 489: “Free-Market.Net now indexes almost 8,000 resources on freedom news reports, “policy studies, books, organizations, clubs, web sites, lectures & seminars, etc.” – Somewhere, there, LMP should be listed, too. But its publishing efforts have so far not been found newsworthy for inclusion there. – I also tried, in vain, to interest these newsletters in the libertarian CD-ROM project. – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GABB, SEAN, 26.1.00, 1p, in PP1613: 186.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GABB, SEAN, 27.7.00, 3pp in PP 1662: 80, on monetary freedom.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GILSON, MICHEAL DE LEMOS, 22.2.00, 8pp, in PP 1631-1633: 572.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GILSON DE LEMOS, MICHAEL, 25.2.00, 2pp, in PP 1631-1633: 587.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GILSON DE LEMOS, MICHAEL, 1.3.00, 9pp, in PP 1631-1633: 589.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GILSON DE LEMOS, MICHEAL, 5.3.00, 5pp, in PP 1631-1633: 598. – Michael Gilson may have found out in the meantime that it is not easy to induce people to consider their microfilm, floppy disk and text-only CD-ROM self-publishing and reading options. – J.Z., 15.8.00.

ZUBE, JOHN, to GULCHERS, 5.4.01 on CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1696: 181.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HALLIDAY, ROY, 14 Nov. 00, 7pp, in PP 1687/88: 293.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HALLIDAY, ROY, 3 June 2001, 3pp, with CD-ROM appeal, in PP 1687/88: 307.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HARRIS, SHARON 13.5.01, 4pp, on Ideas Archive, as a real free market for ideas, in PP 1671: 99.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, 18. March 1998, an open letter on: What makes PEACE PLANS different from e.g. the H.B.R.? 4pp: 386 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HENDERSON, GERARD, Terrorism & Riches, reply to his 2 articles, 10pp, in PP 1627: 111.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HORWITZ, STEVEN, 7 March 1998, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 589.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HUGHES, JERRY, 6 April 2001 on CD-ROM project, 1p, in PP 1675: 178.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HUMPREYS, JOHN, 10 Feb. 00, 2pp, in PP 1611: 167.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HUMPREYS, JOHN, 23 Jan. 2000, 3pp, in PP 1611: 141.

ZUBE, JOHN, to HURLEY, T., 22.1.1990, 1p: 119, in PP 1547.

ZUBE, JOHN, to IDEA, 9 March 01, 2pp, in PP 1671: 140.

ZUBE, JOHN, to INSTITUTE FOR ANARCHIST STUDIES, 6.9.00, 1p, in PP 1716: 102.

ZUBE, JOHN, to JACOBY, JEFF, 6 April 2001, on slavery, monetary freedom, panarchy & CD-ROMs, 2pp, in PP 1676: 153.

ZUBE, JOHN, to JACKSON, G., 26.August 1999, 5pp: 203, in PP 1568.

ZUBE, JOHN, to JOHN GALT SOCIETY, 28.7.99, 2pp, in PP 1627: 122.

ZUBE, JOHN, to JONGEN, HUBERT, 6 August 01, 3pp on CD-ROM project, in PP 1732: 27.

ZUBE, JOHN, to JPFO,, 6 April 2001, on CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1675: 189.

ZUBE, JOHN, to KEIL, LARS-BRODER, 29.1.1999, 1p: 121, in PP 1571.

ZUBE, JOHN, to KNAUTZ, ROBERT, 16.12.00, 2pp, in PP 1745-1748: 669.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 16. 2. 2000, 1p, in PP1613: 77.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 19.2. 2000, 2pp, in PP1613: 80.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 22. 2. 00, 2pp, in PP1613: 83.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 26.1.00, 1p, in PP 1619/20: 234. –

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 4.2.00, 2pp, in PP 1619/20: 235.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 5.2.2000, 2pp, in PP 1619/20: 238.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LASKA, BERND A., 7.2.2000, 3pp, with note to Kurt Fleming & Svein Nyberg, in PP 1619/20: 243.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LEFEVRE, ROBERT, 8 Oct. 1967, 7pp, in PP 1689-1693: 709. – This letter deals with panarchism only in the last part and at first only with property, land & Proudhon. – J.Z.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LEMIEUX, PIERRE, 25.4. & n.d., on downloading troubles & CD-ROM project. 3pp, in PP 1697: 105.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LESS GOVERNMENT <> , 1.6.01, 3pp, in PP 1687/88: 397. On CD-ROM project: came back, second time, with remark “user unknown”, after I corrected the e-mail address, adding the underlined “mailto:” and the (“) around the e-mail address. My programme does not permit me to print the address out in this way. – E-mail addresses seem to be changed all too often. I look forward to the time when everyone will have a permanent e-mail address or several ones, e.g. one for mail from friends and associates, one for business deals and one for junk mail. – J.Z.


ZUBE, JOHN, to LICHTSCHLAG, ANDRE F., 17.1.200, 1 S., in PP 1617: 124.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LICHTSCHLAG, ANDRE F., 23.12.99, 1 S., in PP 1617: 108.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LICHTSCHLAG, ANDRE, 23.12.99 with his reply, 2pp, in PP 1611: 198. – An English language introduction to his German libertarian journal “Eigentuemlich Frei”, can be found on its website:

ZUBE, JOHN, to LONG, BOB, 16 Nov. 1999, 2pp, in PP 1609: 58. – On Petr Beckmann & energy.

ZUBE, JOHN, to LONG, LAZARUS, 30.1.00, 3pp, in PP 1612: 113.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MANNERS, RON, 18.8.98, 1p, in PP 1614: 123.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MANNERS, RON, 21. 12. 1999, 3pp, in PP 1614: 133.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MANNERS, RON, 25.10.99, 2p, in PP 1614: 124.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MANNERS, RON, 9.3.98, 3pp, in PP 1614: 120.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MARTIN, DICK, 27.1.01, 2pp, in PP 1731: 67, on CD-ROM project.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MCCARTHY, JOHN, 7.4.01, 1p, in PP 1697 165, on population & CD-ROMs.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MCCARTHY, JOHN, 9.4.01, on microfiche, CD-ROMs & nuclear power use, 4pp, in PP 1697: 167, jmc@Steam.Stanford.EDU

ZUBE, JOHN, to MEANDER QUARTERLY, 29.2.1996, 4pp on LMP, that found their way onto the Internet: 326 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to METTES, BEN, 12.8.1999, 2pp: 292 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to METTES, BEN, 13.8.99, 14pp: 303 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to METTES, BEN, 15.8.1999, 1p: 317 in PP 1577-78.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MILLER, VINCENT, 15 Sep. 1997, 4pp: 343, in PP 1561-63.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MORRIS, HOWARD, 28 April 01, 3pp, in PP 1676: 71, on Panarchism & CD-ROM.

ZUBE, JOHN, to MUELLER, REINHARD, 7.8.01, & MUELLER, REINHARD to ZUBE, JOHN, 5.8.01, on Kurt Zube, 4pp, in PP 18, 2nd ed.: 163.

ZUBE, JOHN, to NORTON, ANDREW, 28.1.2000, 2pp, in PP 1615: 168. – I like his stand on copyrights, expressed in his reply, of which a segment is attached. – J.Z. – 3pp, in PP 1629: 170.

ZUBE, JOHN, to NURSEY-BRAY, PAUL, 23.4.01, on CD-ROMs & anarchist bibliography, 1p, in PP 1734/36: 4. This bibliography is on:

ZUBE, JOHN, to ON GOGOL BOULEVARD, 28 April 01, 4pp, on CD-ROM & Panarchy, in PP 1676: 49.

ZUBE, JOHN, to PARKS, LARRY, 11.1.2000, 5pp, in PP1613: 101.

ZUBE, JOHN, to PARKS, LARRY, 6. 1. 2000, 7pp, in PP1613: 93. LPARKS@FAME.ORG

ZUBE, JOHN, to PERIGO, LINDSAY, editor of THE FREE RADICAL, 2pp, in PP 1607/8: 368 – e-mail: – I downloaded some pages from a link in the website of Christian Butterbach – – More on this in another PEACE PLANS edition.

ZUBE, JOHN, to PHILIPSON, GRAEME, 22.8.00, on free migration, 2pp, in PP 1654: 105.

ZUBE, JOHN, to PITT, TONY, 28.7.1999, 3pp, commenting upon his publication STUDENT NEWS, No. 1, a NATIONAL INTEREST ISSUE, No. 21, which follows: 64, in PP 1551.

ZUBE, JOHN, to POSTREL, VIRGINIA I. 26 April 01, on CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1675: 204.

ZUBE, JOHN, to QUACKGRASS PRESS, 27 April 01, on CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1676: 23. Is this the right address or: or: ? Or are all 3 correct?

ZUBE, JOHN, to RIVAZ, JOHN DE, 2.9.1997, 2pp: 133, in PP 1554/55.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, 1. June 1992, 1p: 253, in PP 1599.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, 19 April, 1995, 1p: 255, in PP 1599.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SCHWARTZMAN, JACK, 21.12.00, 3pp, in PP 1731: 2.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SEAN GABB, 25 January 2000, 1p, in PP1613: 184. –

ZUBE, JOHN, to SHESNAKE, On abortion, when she sent me a protest letter on a segment in my website. 1.) 1 February 00, 6pp, 2.) 3 February 00, 8pp, in PP 1607/8: 399. –

ZUBE, JOHN, to SKORBURG, JOHN et al, 28.3.01, on Free Trade & CD-ROM project, 2pp, in PP 1704: 160.


ZUBE, JOHN, to SOMMERFELT-PETTERSEN, JAN, 16.9.1984, 1p: 112, – JAN, 2.5.1994, 1p: 114, – 29.9.1994, 4pp: 115, – 8.3.1996, 1p: 119, – 22.9.1996, 1p: 120, all in PP1553.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SOON, JASON, on membership, & attendance, with a draft of a leaflet that I would like to hand out, 2pp, in PP 1611: 169.

ZUBE, JOHN, to SOWERS, ELAINE B., 23.1.77, edited 3.11.01, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 493.

ZUBE, JOHN, to STUMM, JIM, 14.5.78, edited, 3pp, in PP 1745-1748: 526.

ZUBE, JOHN, Supplementary Notes 1-23 to the finance and general reprivatization plan in PP 19 C, 4pp, in PP 1745-1748: 496.

ZUBE, JOHN, to TIMM, UWE, 23.4.2000, 4 S., in PP 1625: 118.

ZUBE, JOHN, to TOBIN, RONALD C., 31.8.01, in response to TOBIN, RONALD C. to ZUBE, JOHN, 29.8.01, 3pp, in PP 18, 2nd ed.: 178, on quality of THE THOUGHT, on microfiche, CD-ROMs. Typically, he did not respond to my CD-ROM suggestion. As for his comments on reading machines: As if they could not be cheaply mass produced – or bought cheaply second-hand. Thoughtless reading habits, customs and traditions are the real cause for the under-utilization of microfiche, floppy disks & CD-ROMs by libertarians for libertarian literature. – J.Z., 24.2.02.

ZUBE, JOHN, to TOSCANA, JOE, 27.1.01, on CD-ROM project, ABC broadcasting corp., financing competitive broadcasting, 2pp, in PP 1701: 140. – To my knowledge he has not yet published anything on the CD-ROM project, although he promised to do so. – J.Z., 11.7.01

ZUBE, JOHN, to TOSCANA, JOE, 23.4.2001, on CD-ROMs, competition, monetary freedom, panarchism, 3pp, in PP 1734/36: 1 AAWR:

ZUBE, JOHN, to UTOPIAN STUDIES JOURNAL & UTOPUS DISCOVERED 12 Jan. 2001, on Utopias & CD-ROMs, 9pp, in PP 1677: 154.

ZUBE, JOHN, to WALKER, DAVID, 24.5.01, 8pp, in PP 1699: 2, on CD-ROM project, CDs available and microfilms.

ZUBE, JOHN vs. RIVAZ, JOHN DE, & vice versa, On Microfiching , CD-ROM, Cryonics, 2pp: 116, in PP 1554/55.

ZUBE, JOHN, What Has to Be Changed in All Constitutions to Make a Lasting Peace Possible and how Can these Reforms be Realized? 1962 German book manuscript, only title here translated, previously published in PP 399-401, is now available by e-mail, zipped, RTF format, 579 Kbs. (Unzipped it comes to 2.3 Mbs.)

ZUBE, JOHN, to WILBER, DAVE, 15.6.00, 3pp on monetary freedom, in PP 1629: 46.

ZUBE, JOHN, to WILBER, DAVE, 12.7.00, 13pp, in PP 1629: 51. – On monetary freedom. – I doubt that we will ever agree on many points – but, let 10,000 flowers bloom!

ZUBE, JOHN, With Affordable & Efficient Alternative Media Towards Liberty, 2pp, in PP 1654: 120.

ZUBE, KURT, A comment on him by his only son: Today would have been the 96th birthday of my dad, individualist anarchist, writer and publisher Kurt Helmut Zube, 1905-1991, if he had made it. A blood transfusion with infected blood spoiled his last five years and, probably, killed him prematurely. Always rely on government health services to safeguard you! Would he, otherwise, still have taken up microfiche, websites and CD-ROMs? I doubt it. We are all more or less stuck in our ways. He remained addicted to paper in print, although he suggested microfilms and computer use for his Ideas Archive proposals, since 1939. – I remain still stuck with microfiche, at least until I reach a self-set target of 2,000 PEACE PLANS issues. Others remain stuck on paper and online publishing, ignoring their CD-ROM publishing and reading options as they have their microfilm ones. – Months of trying to spread the CD-ROM project have so far led me only to 62 interested people. Can you gather more for this project, e.g. via your website? Why not try it? – PIOT, J.Z., 14.7.01.

ZUBE, KURT, Hints by DADA, DATENBANK DES DEUTSCHSPRACHIGEN ANARCHISMUS, to 2 titles published by Kurt Zube, one of them not even an anarchist but an astrological one. Four more of his contributions can be found under: SOLNEMAN. 2 S.V, in PP 1722: 169.

ZUBE, KURT, Moderner Naturaltausch, Rueckfall ins Primitive oder Vorlaeufer einer Fortschrittsidee? Transcript of an old manuscript, 3pp, undated, in PP 1745-1748: 740.

ZUBE, KURT, See: MUELLER, REINHARD to ZUBE, JOHN, 5.8.01 & ZUBE, JOHN to MUELLER, REINHARD, 7.8.01, on Kurt Zube, 4pp, in PP 18, 2nd ed.: 163.

ZUBE, KURT, See: TIMM, UWE, Zum 10. Todestag von Kurt Zube, 1 S. , in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 279,

ZUBE, KURT, See: WELTWEITE VERLAG, DER, 1946-1950, von KURT HELMUT ZUBE, 1905-1991, 7 S., in PP 16 & 17, 2nd edition: 271.