TABAH, LEON & CLARK, COLIN, The Decline of World Fertility, 5pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p390.
TABOR COMMITTEE, 2pp leaflet, n.d.: 20 Questions on Amendment One: The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (Tabor) Amendment, in PP 1,014.
TACTICAL NOTES, Nos. 13 & 14, 6pp, an L.A. series, No. 12 still missing, in PP 1281/82.
TACTICAL NOTES, see LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE, e.g. in PP 697 & 1052-61..
TACTICS OF THE MLL, II/2, May 85, 4pp, in PP 500.
TACTICS OF THE MLL, Movement of the Libertarian Left, Nos.1, Jan. 82; 4, Nov.83 – Jan. 84; 5, Feb. 84, 12pp, in PP 1357: 81.
TACTICS, 1972, 5pp, in PP 274.
TACTICS, ANARCHIST & LIBERTARIAN, PP 562, 697. Compare Strategies.
TACTICS, LIBERTARIAN, 1972, 5pp, in PP 274.
TAEUBER, WALTER, Dr., Private Geldschoepfungsversuche, ca. 1933/34, 91pp, in PP 791.
TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD, Mr. Taft’s Comments to Herbert Spencer’s “The Duty of the State”, 5pp, in PP 1316.
TAHA, MARK, Freedom: The New Obscenity, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 36, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAHA, MARK, Youth Liberation, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 28.
TAHA, Mark, Youth Liberation, LA Political Notes, No. 7, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
TAIWAN, PP 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 31), TAKAOE, Einladung zum Sommerseminar, 1993: Kooperation u. Vernetzung alternativ-oekonomischer Betriebe u. Projekte, 4 S. 118, in PP 1322. TAKAOE: Theorie Arbeitskreis Alternative Oekonomie.
TAIWAN: SZE, ALBERT Y, Double-Talk on Formosa, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 20.
TAKEOVERS AND CORPORATE CONTROLS, Towards a New Regulatory Environment. The Proceedings of 2 CIS conferences, 1986, CIS, 1987, 246pp, contributors: Ross Parish, Peter Dodd, Gregg Jarrell, Colin Patterson, Henry Bosch, John Fernyhough, Richard Manning, Henry Manne, Robert Baxt, Christopher Chataway, Fred M. McDougall, R.R. Officer, Philip Brown, Andrew Horin and David Emmanuel, 36x, in PP 718.
TAKEOVERS, PP 718. Compare Purchases of Enterprises; Cooperative – Productive;
TAKEOVERS, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Social Benefits from Takeovers, 1p: 53, in PP 1515.
TALENT, See: HOOD, ROBERT E., Talent, 5pp: 285, in PP 1529- 33. – What chances do talents have now while there is no fully free and developed market for talents and ideas, world-wide? – J.Z.22.11.98.
TALIAFERRO, MERLE, A Certain Destiny, 12pp: 188, in PP 1506/07. – S.F. story.
TALKING CHIPS, as advertisements, within printed matter. This might be useful for something else. Clipping, on page 507 in PP 907-910.
TAME, CHRIS E., The Politics of Whim: A Review of “Leaving the 20th Century: The Incomplete Work of the Situationist International”, translated & edited by Christopher Gray, London, 1974: 8pp, in PP 1420/22: 417.
TAME, CHRIS R & IVENS, MICHAEL, Is Freedom Selfish? A Debate, 1985, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R. & FROST, GERRY, Libertarianism vs. Conservatism: A Debate, 1982, 11pp, LA Pamphlets No. 14, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R. & THE CENTRE FOR POLICY STUDIES, Useful Addresses, 1980, 10pp, 29x, in PP 388.
TAME, CHRIS R. to ZUBE, JOHN, 8 Aug. 88, 1p, 29x, in PP 864.
TAME, CHRIS R., Against the New Mercantilism: The Relevance of Adam Smith, 10pp, 1978, 29x, in PP 694, 1979, 4pp, LA Pamphlet No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Against the New Mercantilism: the Relevance of Adam Smith, IL POLITICO, Italy, 43, No. 4, 1978, 766-775, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1278, headed: Adam Smith vs. Neo-Mercantilism.
TAME, CHRIS R., An Economic Misinterpretation of History: A Critique of J.K. Galbraith’s Account of American Capitalism, 1989, 6pp, LA Historical Notes No. 6, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Change and Pseudo-Change in Sociology, THE JEWISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY 19, June 77, 79-88, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p615, headed: Sociology: Holism vs. Individualism.
TAME, CHRIS R., Chicago School, The, Lessons from the Thirties for the Eighties, 1983, LA Libertarian Reprints, No. 8, 2pp, in PP 696.
TAME, CHRIS R., Conservatives and the Closed Shop, 1984, with comments, 4pp, LA Political Notes No. 41, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Co-Operation Without Community, 1989, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 11, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Different Values, An Analysis of Patrick MacGoohan’s THE PRISONER, LA Libertarian Reprints No. 1, 6pp, 29x, in PP 696.
TAME, CHRIS R., Ernest Hemingway and the Failure of Nihilism, 1980, LA Cultural Notes No. 1, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
TAME, CHRIS R., Guy Aldred, 1886-1963: The Socialist as Libertarian, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.
TAME, CHRIS R., Hypocrisy in the “Peace” Movement: A Case Study, 1983, 1990, 2pp, LA Foreign Policy Perspectives No. 16, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (Is there any movement without hypocrites? – J.Z.)
TAME, CHRIS R., Life, Liberty and the Stars, The Ideological Significance of Science Fiction, 1984, LA Cultural Notes No. 6, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696.
TAME, CHRIS R., Man, Concepts & Society, 1974, 1987, 4pp, LA Sociological Notes No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. A 5pp review of I.C. Jarvie’s MAN, CONCEPTS AND SOCIETY, in PP 995.
TAME, CHRIS R., Monetary SF: A Review of Adrian Berry’s KOYAME’S DIAMOND, 3pp, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., On the Side of the Angels: A View of Private Policing, 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 40, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Power, Class and the State in 20th Century America, 1989, 7pp, LA Historical Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Prostitution, the Free Market and Libertarianism, 9pp, 29x, in PP 697.
TAME, CHRIS R., Racism. The Lowest Form of Collectivism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 332.
TAME, CHRIS R., Sanitizing Marx, 1984, LA Libertarian Reprints, No. 7, 2pp, 29x, in PP 696. – 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 155.
TAME, CHRIS R., Stirner in Context: The Profanization of Hegelianism and the Genesis of Marx’s Historical Materialism, 1980, LA Libertarian Reprints, No. 9, 2pp, 29x in PP 696. – 5pp, in PP 1420/22: 358.
TAME, CHRIS R., Taxation is Theft, 2pp, LA leaflet, 29x, in PP 424. 1989, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 44, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., The Bankruptcy of the New Socialists, 1987, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 27, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., The Euro-Sceptical Directory, 125pp, here only 1p leaflet: 25, in PP 1516.
TAME, CHRIS R., The Hong Kong Chinese: Another British Betrayal, 2pp, L.A., 29x, in PP 864. – Some time ago, one Queensland or Northern Territory pastoralist of Australia got his proposal somewhat mentioned, in at least one newspaper, that he would be willing to offer the Hong Kong people an alternative location on the Australian coast, as a mere part of his multi square mile farm, provided the Federal Government would grant them full autonomy. Guess who turned deaf? If it were to happen, the gross production of continental Australia would probably double to treble within a few years. But without applying exterritoriality, voluntarism and personal law, this project could, most likely, not be realizable, seeing popular nationalistic and “liberal” views. These Chinese should be offered “equal” exterritorial treaty status, as opposed to the former imposed and finally unpopular “unequal treaties”. Confinement to a small territory would be perceived as a “ghetto” and as compulsory racial segregation. Moreover, it cannot fully show what laissez faire in economics and politics could do for man. One “territorial” alternative would be an artificial island Hong Kong and, later, one or several in space. – J.Z.
TAME, CHRIS R., The Moral Case for Private Enterprise, 1985, 4pp, LA Philosophical Notes No. 1, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., The Politics of WHIM, A Critique of the “Situationist” Version of Marxism, 1989, 4pp, LA Pamphlets No. 9, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, CHRIS R., Why Sado-Masochism Should not Be Criminalized, 4pp, in PP 1281/82.
TAME, CHRIS, R., Is Taxation Necessary? 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 78.
TAME, CHRIS, R., Why the Age of Consent Should be the Same for Homosexuals as for Heterosexuals, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 105.
TAME, JUDY, Psychotherapy: Philosophy, not Medicine, 1992, 7pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 8, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAME, JUDY, The Study of Nationalism: A Methodological Inquiry, 1978, LA Study Guides, No. 1, 4pp, 29x, in PP 697.
TAME, JUDY, Women and Success, 1987, 4pp, LA Pamphlet No. 13, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TAMIMENT LIBRARY, Home Page, 2pp, 1994, in PP 1538: 197. – It contains much anarchist material – but guards it against photocopying and publishing, out of fear of copyrights infringements. – J.Z.
TAMMELO, ILMAR, Normative Cogencies in the Constitution of Justice, VERA LEX, Natural Law Society Review, 3, Winter/Spring 82, 1, 12-13, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1646, headed: Are Legal Norms Universally Valid?
TANAKA, TOM, A Rational Look at Abortion, 2pp, in PP 1373/75: 307 & 313.
TANAKA, TOM, Big Doctor is “Curing” You. A libertarian solution to the AIDS crisis, 1p, in PP 493. See also Waves Forest, NOW WHAT, in PP 1028/29, on references to AIDS cures, e.g. by extra blood oxygenization.
TANAKA, TOM, Family Rights, 2pp, in PP 1373/75: 65.
TANAKA, TOM, How to Deregulate Elections, 1p, in PP 493.
TANAKA, TOM, Parental Rights, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 169-171. After reading up some cases, I came to ask myself: Can governments save children from child abuse without abusing innocent children, whether they have been abused or not, and without abusing parents, innocent of that crime? – Is this a new crusade, in which even more wrongs are committed than prevented or stopped? – Physical and sexual abuse of infants and children by adults, belongs in my books to the worst crimes, especially when committed by parents. But mere suspicion or denunciation should not be enough excuse for severe government intervention. By all means, provide more safe bolt holes for children. Allow children to secede from their parents. Provide upbringing and education loans for them. Allow them to support themselves by honest labour. (Monetary freedom would be required for that, among other things.) Make careful inquiries and observations upon mere suspicion but do not always suspect the worst. Most parents love their children much more than most official guardians do. – Remember also the many wrongs committed by children against children. Thus, for their education, also a bill of wrongs should be drafted, of acts of children against children and parents, an ethical code of what NOT to do, for them, against which they can honestly self-test themselves or be tested by others. – All too often a sufficient or correct guidance is missing and children even of some of the “best” families grow up somewhat as little brutes or savages, insufficiently restrained in their aggressive, violent and destructive behaviour. – Much on better upbringing can be learned from SOME tribes whom we tend to consider to have been or which still are “primitives”. Sociologists, educators, psychologists and freedom and peace lovers should try to combine and publicize this tribal wisdom, and sensible behaviour patterns, accumulated and proven over millions of years of human development. – J.Z., 12.5.97.
TANAKA, TOM, Reconciling the Rights of Children, 6pp, in PP 1373/75: 299.
TANAKA, TOM, Should Patents and Copyrights Be Abolished? 1/2 p, in PP 493, sheet 90.
TANAKA, TOM, Totalitarianism in the Age of Silicon, 2pp, in PP 493.
TANDY GIFT CERTIFICATES, 1p, 29x, in PP 731.
TANDY, FRANCIS DASHWOOD, Free Competition, 1894, 14pp, in PP 968.
TANDY, FRANCIS DASHWOOD, Modern Socialistic Tendencies, 1897, 13pp, in PP 1,000. (Anarchist socialism or socialistic anarchism, even of the individualist anarchism or voluntary socialism type. J.Z.)
TANDY, FRANCIS DASHWOOD, Voluntary Socialism, Denver, 1896, 213pp, in PP 968. – From Dr. James J. Martin’s collection. Contains among other things some monetary freedom ideas. For over 30 years I had looked in vain for this book! Just before that, I found a copy in the Denver library, where the author once worked. But the librarian in charge would permit me only to photocopy half of this work, as a matter of library “policy”. Idiots are almost everywhere in charge – and they and their actions are loved by other idiots. – J.Z.
TANNEHILL, LINDA, But that Would Be Anarchy! 3pp: 115, in PP 1469. A short story.
TANNEHILL, MORRIS & LINDA, Foreign Aggression, 3pp from: The Market for Liberty, in PP 1409/10: 180.
TANNEHILL, MORRIS & LINDA, The Market for Liberty, 1p review, by DOUGLAS CASEY, in PP 1430/31: 70.
TANNEHILL, MORRIS G., The Immorality of Pacifism, 3pp, in PP 987.
TANNER, EARL C., Rhode Island, A Brief History, 1955. Here only a 10pp extract of its chapter on money and banking, in PP 1365: 61.
TANNER, LISA, A Look at the New Green Religion, 2pp, from Sep. 97 CHALCEDON REPORT: 197, in PP 1470.
TANSTAAFL TIMES, Leaflet, 2pp only: 27, in PP 1516.
TANSTAAFL TIMES, London, Leaflet, 1p, and sample of TANSTAAFLTIMES, No. 8, 18 Feb. 1997, 8pp: 116, in PP 1487.
TANSTAAFL, April 1976, Statement of Principles, 8 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
TANSTAAFL, Fort Collins, Co., Newsletter by the libertarian SF writer L. Neil Smith, for the Libertarian Studies Institute, also representing the Rational Libertarian Church, incomplete, all on hand: Introductory letter, n.d., 1p; I/1:July 76, 4pp, new series; III/1: Aug. 73, 2pp – IV/4, Nov. 74, 2pp, 39pp total, in PP 1279.
TANSTAAFL, Sydney, Series 1, Nos. 1 & 2, Feb. & March 76, 24x, in PP 39, No. 3, April 1976, probably the last issue. 8pp, 29x, in PP 676.
TANZANIA: AIDA PARKER NEWSLETTER, Tanzania: Experiment that Failed, 4pp, Aug. 87, in PP 1430/31: 212.
TAOISM, Preliminary & Unannotated Reading List, PP 873.
TAOISM, See: LUBBOCK, RICHARD, The Tao of Libertarianism, 7pp: 5, in PP 1506/07.
TAP, Leaflet, 1p, on formerly YIPL, newsletter for the exchange of anti-system technical information, on ripping off phone monopolies, radio piracy etc., in PP 1432/1439: 910. 1p: 1076. – Alas, it also offers lock picking information not only of interest to resistance fighters but also to criminals with victims. Some information isn’t for everybody. – J.Z., 22.9.97.
TARCOV, NATHAN, Locke’s Second Treatise and “The Best Fence against Rebellion”, THE REVIEW OF POLITICS 42, April 81, 198-217, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1449, headed: Locke’s Justification of Rebellion.
TARHEEL LIBERTARIAN, LP of North Carolina, V/9, Sep/Oct 79, 7pp, in PP 275.
TARHEEL LIBERTARIAN, Newsletter of the LP of North Carolina, V/9: Sep./Oct. 79, 7pp, in PP 275. Contains the 79/80 LPNC Platform which favours voluntary taxation.
TARIFF REFORM, PP 237/38. See Free Trade, Protectionism.
TARIFF, PP 602. See Protectionism, Free Trade.
TARIFFS & WAGES, PP 602.
TARIFFS, See: FREE TRADE; PROTECTIONISM. TARLTON, CHARLES D., The Exclusion Controversy, Pamphleteering, and Locke’s Two Treatises, THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL 24, no. 1, 1981, 49-68, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1449, headed: Locke’s “Two Treatises” & Revolution.
TASSANO, FABIAN, Life, Death & Autonomy: Why Euthanasia Should not Be Controlled by the Doctors, 93, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 87. – It is a question of basic rights, not of medicine. – J.Z., 30.9.97.
TASSANO, FABIAN, The Power of Life or Death, A Critique of Medical Tyranny, 2pp leaflet for the book, in PP 1334/35: 221.
TASSANO, FABIAN, The Right not to Receive Medical Treatment, 2pp, in PP 1281/82. – On Euthanasia.
TASSI, ALDO, Anarchism, Autonomy, and the Concept of the Common Good, INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 17, 1977, 273-283, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p378, headed: Natural Law and the State.
TATOM, JOHN A & TURLEY, JAMES E, Inflation and Taxes: Disincentives for Capital Formation, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS REVIEW 60, 1978, 2-8, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p708, headed: Inflation Effects on Capital.
TAUBMAN, Philip, Soviets Face Information Dilemma, 1986, 1p, 29x, in PP 724. Not only the Soviets! Their enemies, too. They only imagine that they already possess a free market for ideas, whilst, in reality, they have only the first traces of one and the most important information, freedom information, is hardest to access of all, in full, even in democracies. – J.Z.
TAUREK, JOHN M., Should the Numbers Count? PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 6, 1977, 293-316, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p209. Headed: The Greatest Good or Number?
TAUSSIG, F.W., Tariff and Wages, 2 pp, 29x, in PP 602.
TAX ABOLITION, Abolition of Compulsory Taxes, PP 418/19p96, 423, 689, 720, 724, 864, 897, 923, 1020, 1103, 1105, see VOLUNTARY TAXATION.
TAX AVOIDANCE, PP 724. See SCHOOL OF LIVING, RETREATISM, POVERTY – VOLUNTARY, OPTING OUT, VOLUNTARY TAXATION.
TAX COLLECTORS, Assaulted in China, short hint in PP 493, sheet 87. Tax collectors try to make “tax evasion” an odious word. Could they succeed with “tribute evasion”? – J.Z.
TAX CUTS, PP 807, 896, 1105. – As if halved evils were not still evil. “We promise to torture, mutilate and expropriate you only by halves!” – J.Z.
TAX FOUNDATION, PP 61/63, 394ff, 428ff(S.386 & 492), 641, 735 (Adam Smith), 1020.
TAX HAVENS: STARCHILD, ADAM, Tax Havens, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 297. – There should be one for everyone, right at home and at work. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
TAX REDUCTIONS LEADING TO TAX REVENUE INCREASES, PP 428ff: s.48. – Say, in 1167/68, brings several such examples.
TAX REDUCTIONS, PP 309.
TAX REFORM AND DIRECT LEGISLATION LEAGUE, Ontario, Canada, How the Farmer Pays City Taxes, 3pp, on Single Tax, in PP 1265.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA & PROGRESS, Melbourne, subscription appeal to John Zube, 29.2.96, 1p: 84, with 3pp response, in PP 1323.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA (Georgist): Why People Can’t Get Jobs, 3pp, n.d., in PP 890. (I am inclined to add: Why some people can’t fully understand unemployment: They are Georgists! The main faith gets in the way of the facts. – J.Z.)
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, An Introduction to TRA, 4pp, n.d., in PP 1323: 93.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, Earth Sharing, 1p leaflet, 94 or after, in PP 1325: 125.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, Greener Grass – Common Ground, 4pp, in PP 1323: 94.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, Leaflets, 4pp, received Oct. 95 from Melbourne Georgists, in PP 1315: 122-125.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, Recessions and the Price of Land, 2pp Georgist leaflet, in PP 1333: 148.
TAX REFORM AUSTRALIA, The Price of Land Is Your Enemy, 4pp Georgist leaflet, in PP 925.
TAX REFORM LEAGUE OF SEATTLE, Erickson Single Tax Amendment, 3pp, in PP 1265.
TAX REFORM, PP 1105, compare TAX STRIKES & VOLUNTARY TAXATION & INDIVIDUAL SECESSIONISM & ON PANARCHY.
TAX RESISTANCE, PP 181, 212/23, 369, 731, 890, 905, 999, 1027, 1142. Ultimately, taxpayers ought to arm, train and organize themselves, to keep what it rightfully theirs. The unarmed tax evader is largely only a comical or a tragical figure or more or less on the run, or in hiding, as if he were a criminal, and thus not free. Compare militia, referendum, bill of rights, autonomous juries, On Panarchy & voluntary taxation. Can one get rid of the double speak term “tax” and replace it by the more revealing “tribute”? – J.Z.
TAX REVOLT, PP 13, 1134. See: FUND, JOHN H., Tax Revolt Stirs in Ireland, 1p, in PP 278.
TAX REVOLT, See: BEITO, DAVID T., Tax Revolts in American History, 4pp: 101, in PP 1463/64.
TAX REVOLT, See: DAVIDSON, JAMES D., Taxpayers Revolt, Advertisement, 1p, for National Taxpayers Union: 258, in PP 1457/62.
TAX SHIFTING, popular among shifty politicians, see Behrend, in 1105.
TAX SLAVER: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., End Tax Slavery Now! 6pp, in PP 1445: 78.
TAX SLAVERY, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRETT B., End Tax Slavery Now! 6pp ISIL leaflet, in PP 274: 130.
TAX STRIKE IN RUSSIA, clipping, 1p, in PP 1376: Last frame.
TAX STRIKE, PP 13, 369.
TAX STRIKE, See: CONDON, TIMOTHY S., The Tax Rebellion: A New Public Understanding, 11pp: 127, in PP 1506/07.
TAXATION & BUREAUCRACY, How to End all Taxes and all National Socialist Enterprises, Peacefully, Profitably, within a Year, 1p, in PP 724. See also PP 19C.
TAXATION & LIBERTY, PP 975. Taxes are tributes and should be called that. However, it is difficult to get out of long-established habits. – J.Z.
TAXATION & ROMAN EMPIRE’S FALL, PP 997. See also GEORGE, HENRY and Georgist and Land reform writings, separately listed.
TAXATION, See: BIEN, BETTINA, Effects of Taxation, 2pp, letter, in PP 1418: 23. See GREAVES, BETTINA BIEN. – Compare especially Rothbard’s “Power & the Market”, in which he refuted almost all cases so far made for compulsory taxes. – J.Z.
TAXATION, See: BUCHWALD, ART, No taxes for the people, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 68.
TAXATION, See: FIELD, WILLIAM P., Jr., Hidden Taxation. A Favorite Refuge of the Statist, 9pp: 221, in PP 1506/07.
TAXATION, See: Half of Income Taken in Taxes, Brisbane Sunday Mail, 20.3.94, 1/2pp & Staggering Tax Law Web Unravelled, Brisbane Sunday Mail, 1/5/95, 1/2 p., from PROGRESS, July 94, in PP 1245.
TAXATION, See: Influence upon Morality, Activities & Industry of People, in French, PP 778 – 783.
TAXATION, See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Aurora, A Political Party that Wants to Abolish Taxes. A Way to Stop Paying Federal Income Tax… Forever, 2pp leaflet: 33, in PP 1504.
TAXATION, See: LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Taxes. Break Free, 4pp, n.d.: 23, in PP 1504. – Break free – of print on paper as well! – J.Z., 27.4.98.
TAXATION, See: LIGGIO, LEONARD P., Highway Robbery, 2pp against taxation, in PP 1432/1439: 1089.
TAXATION, See: ONTARIO LIBERTARIAN PARTY, Tax Freedom, 2pp: 149; LP OF CANADA, Important News for Taxpayers, 1991, 2pp: 151; ONTARIA LP, Slash Taxes, 20 years… 2pp: 153, & Slash Taxes, Vote Libertarian, 2pp: 155, all in PP 1515.
TAXATION, See: PP 336, 366, 369, 381, 396/97, 424, 484, 626, 723, 727, 918, 1014/15, 1028/29 (Sweden), 1052-61 (Hargis & LA Political Notes 44), 1103 – 1105, 1139. How many thousands of microfiche could be filled with writings of and against tax legislation and rules? The “Gordic Knot” of compulsory taxation can only be cut with the sword of individual secessionism and voluntary taxation, both of them not even envisioned by the general public and not even by most anarchists and libertarians. – Expropriate and privatize the State and all its assets an taxes for subsidies for State institutions will not longer be required – except within volunteer communitie. See PP 19C on this. – J.Z.
TAXATION, See: RALSTON, JACKSON H., What’s Wrong With Taxation? 1931, 1932, 2nd. ed., 190pp: 73, in PP 1490. – Everything is wrong with it & with the “single tax” or imposed “land site value collection” as well. What members of a voluntary community, under full exterritorial autonomy, do to and for each other is quite another matter. – J.Z.
TAXATION, See: SAMUELS, LAWRENCE, Taxation Is Legalized Theft, 6pp, in PP 1445: 12.
TAXATION, See: SHENFIELD, ARTHUR, Trial by Taxation, 19pp, 41, in PP 1450.
TAXATION, See: SPOONER, LYSANDER, Taxation as Theft, 1p. from: “No Treason…”, in PP 1382/85: 251. – NATHAN, TONIE, Taxes ARE the issue, 1pp, in PP 1382/85: 252. – HOCKER, CHRIS, Untangling taxes for a free society, 2p, in PP 1382/85: 253. – KELLEMS, VIVIEN, Toil, taxes and trouble, extract, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 254.
TAXATION, See: TAME, CHRIS, Is Taxation Necessary? 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 78. – See: VOLUNTARY TAXATION; ON PANARCHY.
TAXATION, See: TAXATION IS THEFT, PP 48/49, 290, 369, 685, 1020. (Same leaflet or different versions?) Since the threat of armed force is involved, in case of resistance, it should rather be called robbery. – J.Z.
TAXATION, See: TAXATION vs. MARKET PROCESS, PP 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 41)
TAXATION, See: The High Price of High Taxation, PP 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 25).
TAXATION, See: U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, Cheating on Taxes. A Worldwide Pursuit, 8pp: 202, in PP 1506/07. – Is “cheating” the right term for believers in property rights and opponents of compulsory taxes? – J.Z.
TAXATION, See: Voluntary Taxation.
TAXATION, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, A Tax, on a Tax, on a Tax, 1p: 34, in PP 1515.
TAXATION, See: WALTER, DAVID, Taxation Is Theft, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 168.
TAXATION, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., End Tax Slavery Now! SIL Leaflet, 6pp, Nov. 97 revision: 138, in PP 1475. – 6pp, ISIL: 46, in PP 1504.
TAXATION. See: BOAZ, DAVID D., Time for a Brake on Taxes! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 368. – A mere brake or slowing down of tax increases is not enough for me. I insist upon a stop sign for all compulsory taxes, by replacing all by voluntary taxes only. Moreover, I insist upon my share in the remaining governmental assets. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
TAXICAB DEREGULATION, see LEPHARDT, GEORGE P. & BAST, JOSEPH L., The Economics of Taxicab Deregulation, 1985, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
TAXIS, PP 397, 722, 1103 – 1105. See Licensing.
TAXIS: POOLE, ROBERT, Taxes, Taxis & “Fare” competition, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 426.
TAXPAYERS’ LEAGUE OF FORT COLLINS, THE, Amendment 4, Tax limitation, leaflet, 87, 4pp: 139. Also: Vote No. 88, 4pp leaflet on how to say “no” to ALL proposed tax increases: 141, AND: c) Vote No Again, 88, 4pp: 143, all in PP 1407.
TAXPAYERS’ LEAGUE OF FORT COLLINS, Vote No, Leaflets against a tax initiative in 1988, 4pp: 20, in PP 1491.
TAXPAYERS’ LEAGUE OF FORT COLLINS, Vote to keep your own dollars, 9pp, Yes, on Tax Limitation Amendment 4 and No on Tax Increment Financing: 24, in PP 1491. – In most countries and communities the authorities do not risk submitting any such initiatives to the voters, whom they pretend to represent.
TAXPAYERS UNITED, an introduction, 7pp, in PP 920.
TAXPAYERS UNITED, Australia, TRIM, Nos. 1-10, 6/84-10/86, 110pp, 29x, in PP 677.
TAXPAYERS UNITED, Taxpayers Chartbook, 1984, 2pp extract, in PP 1356: 124.
TAXPAYERS, BILL OF RIGHTS FOR, PP 1014.
TAYLOR, BIRTHE, Norweto and the founding of GROUNDSWELL. Local options do work, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 243.
TAYLOR, CARL A., Vietnam, an article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.
TAYLOR, CHARLES, Policy Environment and Privatization, 1986, 7pp, in PP 1,014.
TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER, Australian war hero beat Australian racist law, 1996 clipping, 1p, in PP 1420/22: on the former White Australia “policy”. – J.Z.
TAYLOR, CHUCK, What Anarchists Need, 2pp, 1991, in PP 1251.
TAYLOR, DAVID & Cecil Stowasser and John Zube, some correspondence,1987, 14pp, on taxation, site rent, government, 29x, in PP 723.
TAYLOR, DAVID & ZUBE, JOHN, Letter exchange on abortion, 1985, 9pp, in PP 1121.
TAYLOR, DAVID & ZUBE, JOHN, On money, in Feb/Mar/89 letters, 2pp, 29x, in PP 867.
TAYLOR, DAVID & ZUBE, John, Some letter exchanges, to John Zube, 1 Sep.86, 2pp, John Zube to David Taylor, 10 Sep. 86, 8pp, 36x, in PP 656, March – June 87, 23pp, 48x, in PP 740, 1p leaflet, 29x, in PP 679, 26 Dec. 88, 2pp, in PP 812.
TAYLOR, DAVID to WATNER, CARL, 8 October 1989, 6pp, in PP 1539: 151. – On panarchism.
TAYLOR, DAVID to ZUBE, JOHN, 18 June 1989, 2pp, in PP 1539: 129. – On panarchism.
TAYLOR, DAVID to ZUBE, JOHN, 20 August 1989, 2pp, in PP 1539: 138. – On panarchism.
TAYLOR, DAVID, A List of Biblical Contradictions, 1988, 23pp, in PP 812.
TAYLOR, DAVID, An Examination of Monetary and Banking Practices, with Special Reference to some of the Errors of Mark Tier, Social Credit, and the “Financial Conspiracists, 2nd. version, ca. Jan. 87, 11pp, 48x, in PP 740.
TAYLOR, DAVID, Humanism and Politics – A Libertarian View, AUSTRALIAN HUMANIST, Oct. 85, 2pp, in PP 812.
TAYLOR, DAVID, On Panarchy, a 2pp draft of Jan. 89, in ON PANARCHY No. XI, in PP 832.
TAYLOR, DAVID, On Panarchy, from PROGRESS, April 89, 1p, 2 9x, in PP 891, 896.
TAYLOR, DAVID, The Bible Examined and found wanting, A critical look at the theory of divine inspiration, 1984, 29x, in PP 616. Revised text, 1987, 20pp, 48x, in PP 633.
TAYLOR, DAVID, to WATNER, CARL & FROM C.W., June-Aug. 89 correspondence on non-violent resistance and Boetie’s Essay on Voluntary Servitude, 20pp, rest of the exchange to follow, 29x, in PP 896.
TAYLOR, DAVID, to ZUBE, JOHN, 18 June 89, 2pp, with reply, 22 June 89, 8pp, 29x, in PP 873.
TAYLOR, DAVID, Was Jesus a Communist? Revised version, April 1987, 3pp, 48x, in PP 633.
TAYLOR, DAVID, Was Jesus the Essene Teacher of Righteousness? David Taylor, ca. 1947 – 1990, 1990, 1990, 293pp, with 3pp bibliography, his magnum opus, 1- 77, in PP 1453. – His main thesis: If he existed at all then he did so ca.200 years BEFORE “Christ”. He questions the “holy” bible on many points that I find more interesting than his main thesis. To me it matters more WHAT is taught than WHO taught it. No matter how authentic or legendary the existence of a person was and when he lived or how much of his message has come upon us and how distorted it even this is, the truthfulness and completenes or the wrongfulness and incompleteness of his ideas is more significant than his personal life story details. As to his existence, at the time assumed by most Christians, I rely only an oral report from Ulrich von Beckerath. According to this a letter of emperor Tiberius to Pontius Pilatus exists, in which he blames him, saying in effect: If he was such a good healer, then why did you not save him and send him to me? – It does not seem plausible that SUCH a letter would have been forged. I did not notice a reference to it in this work by David Taylor but then I may not have read it carefully enough. – To D.T. the timing of the life of J.C. mattered and perhaps it does to others, too. – There are so many religious, political, economic and social mythologies to be deflated. – J.Z., 29.11.97.
TAYLOR, EDWARD, Is Protection A Benefit? A Plea for the Negative, Chicago, 1888, 274pp, in PP 1073.
TAYLOR, JACK, Unionists Share in Privatization Bonanza, Daily Telegraph, 6 Sept, 87, with letter by John Zube, 2pp, 29x, in PP 723.
TAYLOR, JEREMY, Anthrocracy, An Anarchist Ideology in Outline, 1966, 32pp, in PP 1163.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, & MCELROY, WENDY, Debate on ERA, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 221.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, (the editor) An American tragedy; a review of Anti-intellectualism in American life, 5pp, in PP 1377: 4.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, A Get-Capitalistic-Quick Scheme, Review of CORNUELLE, RICHARD C., Reclaiming the American Dream, 7pp, in PP 1376: 209.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, An Interview with LOWELL B. MASON, 11pp, in PP 1376: 254.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Church, state and economics, 4p, in PP 1377: 42.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Erotica or Pornography? 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 276.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Erotica or Pornography? The Muddle of “Community Standards”, ALF leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 384.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Exploding Exploitation, Review of: BOEHM-BAWERK, EUGEN von, The Exploitation Theory, 7pp, in PP 1376: 306.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Half a century of victims, a review of EUGENE LYONS’s Workers’ paradise lost, 4pp, in PP 1377: 64.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Henry Ford, 6pp, in PP 1377: 23.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, How not to Write a Book, Review of: WELCH, ROBERT, The Politician, 5pp, in PP 1376: 75.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, How’re you Gonna Keep them down on the Farm? Review of: SMUTS, ROBERT W., Women and Work in America, 5pp, in PP 1376: 329.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, It Couldn’t Happen Here, 4pp, in PP 1376: 5.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Respecting Diversity, 3pp, in PP 277/278: 20 & 28. – With a trace of panarchism.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Right to Work Revisited, 7pp, in PP 1376: 159.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Slavery, America’s fatal compromise, 4pp, in PP 1377: 9.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Terrible powers, a review of DURY, ALLEN, A Senate Journal, 1943-45, 4pp, in PP 1377: 19.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The making of a pessimist, a review of SHUTE, NEVIL: Slide Rule, 4pp, in PP 1377: 98.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The New Racism, 2pp, in PP 1376: 23.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Power to Tax is the Power to Destroy, Review of: KELLEMS, VIVIEN, Toil, Taxes and Trouble, 3pp, in PP 1376: 128.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Rights of Man, 2pp, in PP 1376: 33.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, The Tax Collector’s New Clothes, Review of: NORTHCOTE PARKINSON, C., Prof., The Law & the Profits, 4p, in PP 1376: 87.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Vietnam, the past, 6pp, in PP 1377: 68, same, part II, communists and communists fronts, 5pp, in PP 1377: 74.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, Who’s Right? 5pp (Is man rational?), in PP 1376: 59.
TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEY, Protective Labor Legislation, ALF leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 384.
TAYLOR, JOHN C. & DELANEY, ROBERT V., Deregulation of Intrastate Trucking: Policy Implications for Michigan, 1990, 55p, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.
TAYLOR, LEE ROGER, Jr., THE PRISONER and the Question of Identity, L.A., 4pp, 29x, in PP 864.
TAYLOR, MICHAEL, Privatise the Universities! 1p, in PP 1336/39: 379.
TAYLOR, MICHAEL, Voters’ Veto. Gateway to New Freeland? 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 347.
TAYLOR, NEWTON M., Criticism of the Single Tax, 18pp, in PP 1265.
TAYLOR, RICHARD, Freedom, Anarchy and the Law, review by JOHN HOSPERS, 1p: 23, in PP 1468.
TAYLOR-RADFORD, notes on panarchism in TC 106, of 12 Sep. 82, with some comments by John Zube, 25 July 89, part of 5pp, 29x, in PP 870.
TAYLOR-RADFORD, notes on panarchism in TC 107, of 23 Oct. 82, with some commments by JZ, 25 July 89, part of 9pp, 29x, in PP 870
TAYLOR-RADFORD, notes on panarchism, in TC No. 99, of 2 Nov. 81, with comments by J. Zube in July 89, part of 4pp, 29x, in PP 869.
TCHERKESOFF, Pages of Socialist History, 8pp, 36x, in PP 412, p443. III, Dialectical Method & IV,Surplus Value and Utopianism, 7pp: 476; V, 8pp: 500; VI, 8pp: 526; VII, 9pp: 549; IX, 7pp: 576; XI, 5pp: 600; 5pp: 618; 4pp: 648; 5pp: 667, in PP 1484/85. – In too many books new prejudices are advanced or some old ones upheld, while SOME old prejudices are refuted. – J.Z.
TCHERKESOFF, W., LET US BE JUST, An Open Letter to Liebknecht, London, 1896, 10pp, anarchistic, in PP 1,015.
TCHERKESOFF, W., The Origins of the Manifesto of the Communist Party, 10pp, 36x, in PP 412, p390.
TCHERNYCHEWSKY, N.G., What’s To Be Done? in LIBERTY, Nos. 42ff, 29x, in PP 247-273.
TE, KOELN, Libertaere Betriebsarbeit, betriebliche Linke und freiheitliche Organisierung, 3 S.: 104, in PP 1476.
Teacher, 2pp, EDUCATIONAL NOTES No. 28: 63, in PP 1516.
TEACHERS, THE TEACHER’S UNCONSCIOUS SUCCESS, PP 1074.
TEACHERS: POIROT, PAUL L., What Is a Teacher Worth? 5pp letter, in PP 1418: 24.
TECHNICALITIES, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., The Age of Technicality, 11pp: 219, in PP 1529-33. – I wish most libertarians and anarchists would really care about all the alternative technical self-publishing options for best advancing their causes. – J.Z.
TECHNIKER AUS LEIDENSCHAFT, In der Werkstatt eines Dithmarscher Erfinders, Amateurtechniker, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 176. – Nicht einmal Name, Anschrift oder Kontaktaddresse genannt!
TECHNOLOGY, See: HESS, KARL, Tools of Technology Are Tools of Liberty, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 376. – He wrote once about using microfilm but never made use of it himself, for publishing. – J.Z.
TECHNOLOGY, See: LOOMIS, MILDRED, Creative Technology, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 75. – On Sanivac-Vacuum Toilets & flywheel cars. – Mostly a statist legal framework is required to make technology destructive rather than creative. – J.Z.
TECHNOLOGY, See: PP 418/19p363, 1052-61 (LA Scientific Notes 9), 1123
TECHNOLOGY, See: STEIN, FRED, Technology as the New Creator, 1p, in PP 1432/1439, in PP 1432/1439: 86. – Even the stone axe and the horse collar were important technological creations. – I wish libertarians and anarchists would make more use of technologies like micrographis and text-only CD-ROMs for their literature requirements. – J.Z.
TECHNOLOGY, See: TUCCILLE, JEROME, Technology Forever, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 94. A chapter from Tuccille’s forthcoming book, Paradise Found: A Nonfiction Romance. Some technology fans seem to qualify their stand with: “As long as it is not micrographics!” – Some people would rather leave most freedom writings remain unpublished or out or print than resort to microfiche self-publishing and reading, which they could afford and with which a handful of activists could achieve complete, permanent and cheap publishing for all freedom writings. Please, explain that to me. – J.Z.
TECTON, MIKE, Power to End the Income Tax, 2pp, in PP 1247. – If such power were freely accessible and publicized, how come the income tax still exists? How many truly enlighten tax resisters would be required to overthrow tax slavery? – He used to publish a whole series of tax resistance and constitutional liberty papers. Can anyone supply me with his current address? – J.Z.
TEFLON, ZEKE, The Complete Manual of Pirate Radio, n.d., ca. 1987, 25pp, 36x, in PP 771.
TELEPHONE MONOPOLY, PP 729,
TELEPHONE TAX, PP 680.
TELEPHONE TREE Makes Effective Debut for LP, 1p, in PP 1382/85: 460. – To provide time-sensitive, action-oriented messages to local activists around the country.
TELE-TRADE USA, 12 Precious Metal Investment Techniques, 10pp, 29x, in PP 738
TELEVISION FRANCHISES, LA Pol. Notes 66, in PP 1052-61.
TELLER, EDWARD, The China Syndrome: A Cautionary Tale, 1980, 2pp, LA Scientific Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TELLKAMPF, J.L., Ueber die neuere Entwicklung des BANKWESENS IN DEUTSCHLAND, mit Hinweis auf dessen Vorbilder in England, Schottland und Nordamerika, und auf die Franzoesische Societe generale de Credit mobilier, 2. Aufl., 1856, 76 S., 29x, with notes by J.Z., 29x, in PP 738.
TELLY, CHARLES S., The Classical Economic Model and the Nature of Property in the 18th & 19th Centuries, TULSA LAW JOURNAL 13, no. 3, 1978, 406-507, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p, headed: The Classical Model of Political Economy.
TEMBRINS, KAROLA, Anne R. Cherie, Eine Biographie, 140pp, 36x, in PP 709
TEMESVARY, A., Dr., & JOHN ZUBE, Direct Democracy and Panarchy vs. Dictatorship, a letter exchange, 107pp, 29x, in PP 422.
TEMPERATURREGIER FUER KARTOFFELMIETEN, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 255.
TEMPLETON, KENNETH S., Jr., The Politicization of Society: 264, 1p review only, by TOMMY W. ROGERS, in PP 1529-33.
TEMPLIN, RALPH, Is Nationalism Always Aggressive? 2pp: 141, in PP 1480. – TERRITORIAL nationalism always is, by its very nature and against internal as well as external enemies. The aggression is simply not total or constant or always in military form. – J.Z.,
TEMPO, Extrablatt, ein Esperanto Flugblatt, 4 S., 29x, in PP 737.
TEN COMMANDMENTS, ,What Is Wrong With Them, PP 634.
TEN PILLARS OF ECONOMIC WISDOM, THE, 1969, 1p, in PP 1139.
TEN, C.L., Mill’s Defence of Liberty, 1988, 34pp, in PP 1146.
TENENBAUM, SUSAN, The Coppet Circle: Literary Criticism as Political Discourse, HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 1, No. 3, Dec. 80, 453-473, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1658, headed: Coppet: French Liberal Culture and Politics.
TERRA LIBRA DYNAMIC PERSONAL POWER SEMINAR, 8pp, in PP 1216.
TERRA LIBRA CATALOG, Jan. 95, 9pp, in PP 1252.
TERRA LIBRA Leaflets & Announcements, 1994, 36pp, in PP 1216.
TERRA LIBRA PROGRESS REPORT No. 1, 1p: 270, in PP 1293/95.
TERRA LIBRA PROGRESS REPORT No. 4, 24pp, in PP 1216.
TERRA LIBRA, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p318.
TERRA LIBRA, How to Create a Libertarian America – and Profit from your Efforts, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p424.
TERRA LIBRA, How You, too, Can Experience Personal Freedom, Power, and Prosperity at the Gut Level – by Attending the Terra Libra Houston seminar. Circular, received by me 15 May 95, 12pp, in PP 1243/44. It seems almost exlusively concerned with money making. My father thought so, too, and died at 86, before he had made his first million. – J.Z.
TERRA LIBRA, On February 7th, when I walked out of that Court House…, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p344.
TERRA LIBRA, Progress Report No. 3, 4pp: 331, in PP 1293/95.
TERRA LIBRA, Project Terra Libra, 1p, Terra Libra Progress Report No. 1, by Frederick Mann, Sept 17, 1993, 3pp, in PP 1189. 18pp of Terra Libra leaflets in PP 1190: Announcing the 1st Anniversary Terra Libra Freedom/Fortune Seminar, World Network Holdings, A Terra Libra Trust. Further 15pp in PP 1192.
TERRA LIBRA, Take Your Next Step to Wealth and Success…., 8pp, in PP 474.
TERRA LIBRA, The Economic Means to Freedom, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p394. – Even the richest man in the world cannot, presently, buy full freedom for himself and in some respects he is even more bothered by government interventionism than poor people are, who are less likely subjects for commands and looting. – Mostly, the pursuit of riches and their protection does detract from the pursuit of liberty, and it supports its own kind of prejudices, errors and myths. – J.Z.
TERRA LIBRA, The World’s First Truly Free Country! & Project Terra Libra, 2pp, from LONGEVITY REPORT 43, in PP 1232.
TERRA LIBRA, Various mailings, 1994, 1995, 84pp, in PP 1252.
TERRA LIBRA, Various releases, 51pp, in PP 1359: 75: Life Money Success, 8pp; Imagine Living to the Age of 200 Years (or more!) while enjoying perfect health & fitness, 4pp; The New Life Money Success, 6pp; Why Multi-Level Marketing? 6p.
TERRA LIBRA, World Network Holdings, 94, 4pp, Terra Libra, The World’s First Truly Free Country, 1p: 531 535, in PP 1293/5. Is it a “country”? IS it truly free? – J.Z.
TERRANIANISM, One World – One People – Terrania. 4pp from 1969, 1970, in PP 1539: 85.
TERRITORIAL EXPANSION, THE FALLACY OF, PP 424.
TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION, TERRITORIALISM, TERRITORIALITY, TERRITORIAL “INTEGRITY”, TERRITORIAL “UNITY”, PP 16-18, 61-63, 399/401, 415, see ON PANARCHY, SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY, TERRORISM: BRAKEMAN, ROBERT, Anti-Liberty Terrorism, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 884. – Ibid are several other articles by R.B. under the same general title.
TERRORISM, PP 369 (Hess), 418/19p25, 864 (Becker),
TERRORISM, See: ROYCE, E. SCOTT, Terrorism & Mideast Policy, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 71. – Terrorism is tied to territorialism & would tend to die out with it. But this aspect of terrorism is almost never discussed by the anti-terrorists or the terrorists and those who sympathize with them. So many of the most important topics are generally avoided, even by those who consider themselves to be “radicals”. – J.Z.
TERRY, PETER, Peko chief’s plan to dismantle Canberra, 1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 723.
TERRY, PETER, Workers Respond to Lure of Profits, 2pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
TERTIARY EDUCATION, See: KOCH, CHARLES & PEARSON, GEORGE, A Model for Private Colleges,
TESLA, PP 1037. – Recently, I saw many writings by and on Tesla at the Heritage bookshop in Brisbane. They are out of sight in most other bookshops. Alas, the building in which the bookshop was being renovated, I found the Brisbane bookshop out of sight, last year, as well. But one should be able to find it again through its Melbourne H.O. – J.Z.
TETLOCK, PHILIP E., Identifying Victims of Groupthink from Public Statements of Decision Makers, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 37, 1979, 1314-1324, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1022, headed: Political “Groupthing” and Reality.
TEUMANN, KURT, Das Mass der Wahrheit, 1978 clipping, on how little gets “pressed”, page 522 in PP 907-910.
TEXTBOOK CARTEL, PP 1112.
THACKER, EMILY, The Vinegar Book, 1p. adv., in PP 1366: 124.
THAMAZO, F., Kultur und Fortschritt, 1907/8, 6 S. & Schluss, 5 S., 29x, in PP 349.
THAMES, WALTER, Selective Service: Enemy of Liberty, 1p, in PP 1269.
THANKSGIVING, PP 1105
THANNER, HERMANN, Die Landflucht, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 255. – Man fluechtet nur von etwas das nicht willkommen ist. Kann das Leben auf dem Lande fuer alle attraktiv gemacht werden und bleiben? Ich fluechte wenigstens gelegentlich nach Sydney fuer einen Tag oder Abend. – J.Z.
THATCHER, W. ROSS, Socialism in Saskatchewan, 7pp: 18, in PP1529-33.
THE FREEMAN, Irvington-on-Hudson, 7/1964 – 6/1985, incomplete! 2480pp: 1-620, in PP 1529-33. – Only all those SMALL format editions of this journal are included that a) are in MY possession and b) do NOT include ANY copyrighted articles. – Note that the FULL set of THE FREEMAN is available on microfilm through UNIVERSITY MICROFILMS. But do not expect it cheaply from there. – U.M. has no special interest in promoting this freedom magazine, one among ten-thousands of the titles it offers. I would rather have FEE reproduce THE FREEMAN itself, on microfiche, through a micrographic service bureau. Then it could be offered in this format much cheaper and FEE would have a greater incentive to promote this medium and all its literary offers in it – to help establish or reach a potential wider market for it. But all my appeals in this direction fell so far on deaf ears. Media habits and addictions are hard to break, even when they are very costly and do not achieve their objectives. I do not insist that FEE use only the microfiche alternative. By all means, put all issues of this important journal (and perhaps many other FEE publications as well) onto a single CD-ROM, which, produced only upon demand, could be sold, at a profit, for as little as $ 5 -10. – However, at least FEE has “mined” its archives in recent years and put some anthologies on special subjects together, out of previously published articles. Alas, only in print on paper, again, and some of them do again contain copyrighted articles and cannot, thus, be legally reproduced by me. – We should ask ourselves: Do freedom lovers suffer more from the consequences of legal copyrights restrictions than some of them benefit from upholding them? Do even authors reduce their profit chances by insisting upon legal copyrights? How many sound alternatives are there to legal copyrights, to make authors and their writings better known and to reward them for their efforts? Freedom writers should never let their thinking be stopped by a wide-spread and traditional legal monopoly. Has copyrights ever made the authors of unpopular writings rich? Maybe one day I will get around to make a compilation of all the alternatives to legal copyrights that I have so far heard of or read about and others will help, sooner or later, to complete such a survey. – The compilation of ALL FEE essays, alphabetized and integrated with short freedom essays from all other sources, could form a very valuable libertarian encyclopaedia. If one has only the print on paper options in mind one will not seriously take up such a project, because it would be too huge and expensive. But we are no longer bound to use only this path. Help to induce the information suppliers to fully utilize their output, alone and in combination, in alternative and affordable and very efficient media! – PIOT, John Zube, 13. November 1998.
THE SMART SET, Southern California Libertarian Calendar, No. 1A,April 1981 – No. 4, Summer 1981; No. 25/26, Dec. 1984, 23pp:91-113, in PP 1522. – Reports on talks by David Friedman, Robert LeFevre, George H. Smith, Karl Hess, Thomas Hazlett, Manuel Klausner, John Hospers, Murray N. Rothbard. Calendar of upcoming meetings for libertarians, with summaries on some past ones. Such a service should be supplied for every major city, not only for libertarians and anarchists but by them for all educational meetings. Whoever provides this service could use it as a convenient propaganda forum, an effective and possibly even profitable one, too. – J.Z., 22.11.98.
THEINERT, BENNO, P.J.Proudhon, Versuch einer Loesung des sozialen Problems. (Tauschbank), 1920, 43 S., in PP 969.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 13 Aug. 68, 1p: 51, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 16 Aug. 70, 1p: 54, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 17 July 68, 2pp: 47, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 21 May 68, 6p: 43, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 21 Oct. 70, 1p: 55, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 26 March 68, 1p: 31, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J. to ZUBE, JOHN, 28 July 71, 1p, 56, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J., Discovery of a Nation’s Source, 5pp: 56, in PP 1493. – I haven’t heard of him since. – J.Z.
THEISEN, EUGENE J., Leaflets: 1.: The Virtues coin of the U.S.A. – design of the first coin, 1p: 48; 2.: That Rare Impossibility: A Single Instance where Anybody Did Anything without it Being for Self-Interest, 1p leaflet for his book: 49, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J., The Capitalistic System is the System of Life, A Dialogue between two Citizens, n.d., 22pp: 31, in PP 1493.
THEISEN, EUGENE J., The Ultimate in Government? Was it established in the United States of America? 1958 130pp: 1, in PP 1493. – The U.S. Constitution is only appreciated by those who know nothing better. They are welcome to it – but should not force it upon any other peaceful citizens. Neither is the U.S. Constitution a “bible” nor is “the” Bible a holy book. Organic growth of a nation or society can occur only if the association was and remains quite voluntary, i.e., if compulsory membership & exclusive territorial sovereignty are abolished and individual secessionism & exterritorial autonomy for competing governments and societies is introduced and maintained. Adoption by one’s ancestors or the ancestors of others is NOT enough. Voluntary membership! Your father may have belonged to a chess club. You do not have to. – PIOT, J.Z.
THEOBALD, ROBERT, 1.) An Overview of Knowledge Systems and Action Linkage Activities, 2pp, 2.) to GRECO, Thomas H., Jr., 30 Oct. 86, 1p, 29x, in PP 741.
THEOBALD, ROBERT, Future Frontiers, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 785.
THEORY & PRACTICE, See: IMBERMAN, NORMAN H., Dr., Principle = Practice, 2pp: 394, in PP 1457/62.
THEORY AND PRACTICE, PP 1000, see under Kant: 1130.
THEROUX, DAVID J., See: Liberty Tree & THE INDEPENDENT.
THEROUX, DAVID, Rent Control = People Control, 2pp, in PP 1425: 23.
These contributions are not separately listed here.
THESES ON ANARCHISM, PP 872/3.
THIELEN, THOMAS W., Interview by Loompanics, 1980, on Gun Shows, 2pp, 29x in PP 316-318.
THIELKE, DON, On economic democracy & Kelso Plan, 2pp, in PP 1238.
THIERER, ADAM, How Did Pro-Lifers Fare as LP Candidates? 1p, in PP 1121.
THIES, CLIFFORD F., Review of: PIERIE, MADSEN, Dismantling the State. The Theory & Practice of Privatization, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 127. – It left denationalizing money to the last, i.e., to too late. When it privatized or introduced competition in less important spheres, it put the sales proceeds largely into the hands of politicians and bureaucrats, instead of putting assets into the hands of the people or taxpayers, as their victims, in part-indemnification. Result: The still property – poor people, now confronted by private wealthy people, widely perceived as monopolists, voted in the State Socialists again, in 97! – I had a short exchange with M.P. when he visited Sydney. He wanted to leave tackling the Bank of England to some time later on. Nor did he show any interest in an all-over denationalization project like I described in PEACE PLANS 19 C. – With their shares of public assets in their own hands, even the State socialists of the U.K. might have had second thoughts about investing them again in State socialist enterprises. – But they would have been free to do so. Thus they could have been won over to privatization, too. – J.Z., 12.5.97.
THINK IT THROUGH, PP 156.
THINK TANKS, See: THOUGHTS FOR THE MILLENNIUM, New Think Tank, New Publication, leaflet only, 1p: 120, in PP 1516. – When will the “think tanks” finally tank up their thinking e.g. on reproducing all their o.o.p. and unpublished output a) on microfiche and or b) on a text-only CD? Possibly all their output combined would fit onto one or two such CD’s, with costs of blanks down to A $ 1.95 and commercial duplication costs down to A$ 1.15 each and self-duplication, with affordable equipment down to nearly zero?
THIRD WORLD DEBT WRITE-OFF, leaflet by West Brundswick CAA, 1p, 1989, in PP 913.
THIRD WORLD DEVELOPMENT: MAJEWSKI, JOHN, Third World Development Foreign Aid or Free Trade? 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 219. – From THE FREEMAN.
THIRD WORLD MYTHS, PP 864.
THIRD WORLD WAR, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Third World War, 3pp: 81, in PP 1529-33.
THOLSTRUP, KNUD, How to Convert Income Tax to L.V.T., 1979, 4pp, 36x, in PP 381.
THOLSTRUP, KNUD, The Land Tax and Inflation, 1979, 11pp, 36x, in PP 381.
THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER, Indians paid to stop female infanticide, THE TIMES, THE AUSTRALIAN, 23.9.97, 1p, in PP 1443/44: 170.
THOMAS, EVAN W., The Positive Faith of Pacifism, War Resisters League, N.Y., April 42, 14pp, in PP 1250.
THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization: Estimates of Goethe, Mazzini, Marx, Bismarck, Darwin, Lincoln, Tolstoy, Emperor William II, Lenin & Gandhi, n.d., 64pp, Book V. of the Story of the Human Race, A Biographical History of the World, ed. by E. Haldeman-Julius, in PP 1115.
THOMAS, LAURENCE, Ethical Egoism and Psychological Dispositions, AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 17, Jan. 80, 73-78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1017, headed: The Egoist as a “Psychopath”.
THOMAS, PETER A., Legal and Tax Considerations in Privatization, 1986, 15pp, in PP 1,014.
THOMAS, ROBERT, Milan Kundera and the Struggle of the Individual, 1991, 2pp, LA Cultural Notes, No. 23, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
THOMAS, ROBERT, Social and Political Atavism, 1919, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 16 in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
THOMAS, ROBERT, The Nature of Nazi Ideology, 1991, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 15, in PP 1,052 – 1,061. (All democracies and republics do share their TERRITORIALIST totalitarian characteristics and ambitions. – J.Z.)
THOMAS, ROBERT, Umberto Eco & the Grand Design: Reason and Unreason in Foucault’s Pendulum, 1991, 2pp, LA Cultural Notes 24, in PP 1052-61, sheets 75-76.
THOMMESEN, SVEN, MCCALLIE, JOHN & SHAH, DIPESH, Hermeneutics: A Conference Report, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1418: 112.
THOMPSON, BUZZ, Freedom, Relativism & the Law, 3pp, in PP 1425: 23.
THOMPSON, BUZZ, Reciprocity — the Negotiator’s Rub, 2pp, in PP 1425: 11.
THOMPSON, CHARLES S., editor, Morals and Missiles, Catholic Essays on the Problem of War Today, 1959,1960, 76pp, 29x, in PP 408.
THOMPSON, D., Green-Hoax – Environmentalists “Cry Wolf” – The Scientists Are Divided – The Green Movement Hijacked, published by The Australian League of Rights, n.d., 42pp, in PP 495.
THOMPSON, ELAINE, A Bit of Paper Called a Bill of Rights, 23 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.
THOMPSON, GERHARD, Die Betriebsgewinnler, 4 S., STERN, Nr.14, 1985. Ueber am Firmenkapital beteiligte Belegschaften, in PP 1323: 32.
THOMPSON, GRAHAME, Monetarism and Economic Ideology, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY 10, Feb. 81, 27-71, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1852, headed : Monetarism & Economic Ideology.
THOMPSON, R.S., A Time for War: FDR…, here only in 3pp review by Richard M. Ebeling, in PP 499.
THOMPSON, ROBERT E., Protection Reduces Prices, 4 pp, 29x, in PP 602. – Only when it causes a depression and deflation within a system of monetary despotism. – J.Z., 19.6.99.
THOMPSON, WILLIAM R., DUVAL, ROBERT D & DIA, AHMED, Wars, Alliances, and Military Expenditures: Two Pendulum Hypotheses, JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION 23, Dec. 79, 629-654, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1200, headed: Government Military Behavior.
THOMSEN, ESTEBAN F., Knowledge, Discovery and Prices, 5pp: 149, in PP 1463/64.
THOMSON, JAMES B., Economic Principles and Deposit – Insurance Reform, ECONOMIC COMMENTARY, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, May 15, 1989, 4pp, in PP 1248.
THOMSON, PROCTER, The Murgatroid Letters, article in RAP, 24x, in PP 176-177.
THOREAU SOCIETY BULLETIN, THE, No. 192, Summer 1990, 8pp, with an addition to the Thoreau Bibliography: 99, in PP 1518.
THOREAU SOCIETY, INC., THE, Concord, Booklist, 4pp: 95, in PP 1518.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, Epigrams of Thoreau, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, n.d., 57pp, LBB No. 181, in PP 1209.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience, 23pp, in PP 875. 26pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, PP 873, 1063, 1134.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, See: BOB DICKENS, Thoreau on slavery, economy & alienation, 7pp, n.d., in PP 1151.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, See: ISHILL, JOSEPH, Thoreau, The Cosmic Yankee, in PP 1063.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, See: STEPHENS, MICHAEL, Henry David Thoreau, American Anarchist, 2pp: 98, in PP 501.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, Walden. Condensed and with a Foreword by Miriam Allen deFord, 1944, Digest 5 of Haldeman- Julius Publications, 31pp, in PP 1218.
THOREAU, HENRY DAVID, Walking, 1862, 1890, 1979, 36pp, in PP 1267. – It might make you think – or confirm your prejudices. – J.Z.
THOREAU, See: GROFF, RICHARD, Thoreau and the Prophetic Tradition, 1961, 41pp, in PP 1197.
THORN, MARTIN, Geopolitics: Science of the Super-State, 1p: 153, in PP 1480. – Within “their” territory, the medium and small States do also pursue this kind of imperialism. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
THORN, MARTIN, Plans for a New World Order, 2pp: 148, in PP 1480.
THORN, THE, Ann Arbor, No. 5 (p. 8 missing) & No. 6, Publication of the Michigan Region RADICAL LIBERTARIAN ALLIANCE & PHOENIX ANARCHIST COALITION, n.d., 36pp: 49, in PP 1488.
THORNE, RAYMOND P., Paying People Not To Work: The Unemployment Compensation System, NCPA Policy Report No. 133, 1988, Dallas, 38pp, in PP 997.
THORNLEY, KERRY WENDELL, Human Rights and Rational Behaviour, 3pp: 23, in PP 1505. – He defines “rights” as “what humans need IN ORDER TO FUNCTION RATIONALLY.” Also: “Rights are the maintenance requirements of the machine known as the human animal.” – I would rather say that they are self-responsibilities that make self-maintenance possible and easy, IF ALL the economic individual rights are included as well. – J.Z., 27.5.98.
THORNLEY, KERRY WENDELL, Legal Tender: Is It A Conspiracy? 5pp, SLM, Nov. 81, in PP 793.
THORNLEY, KERRY, How to Forget about Jesus and Change your Whole Life! 1p, 24x, in PP 922.
THORNLEY, KERRY, How to Propagate a Permanent Universal Rent Strike, 1981, 29x, in PP 733.
THORNLEY, KERRY, How to Propagate Monetary Mutualism & Instructions to the Revolution Over Breakfast, with some notes by John Zube, 2pp, 29x in PP 733.
THORNLEY, KERRY, It Ain’t the Landlord – it’s the Rent!!!, 1p: 106, in PP 501. – Anti-interest and anti-rent sentiments are an assumed but not a rightful or essential part of individualist anarchism, by those who haven’t studied free market economics sufficiently. – J.Z., 3.6.98.
THORNLEY, KERRY, Left, Right & Centre, 2pp, in PP 1420/2: 149.
THORNLEY, KERRY, Saturation Revolution, 3pp, 24x, in PP 12.
THORNLEY, KERRY, The Ego and his Definitions, 1p, in PP 1420/22: 86.
THORNLEY, KERRY, The Paranoid Flash Illuminator….Instructions to the Revolution over Breakfast, 1981, 6pp, 29x, in PP 700.
THORNLEY, KERRY, Two Communities in Latin America, 2pp on Keristans & MAPKA, in PP 1420/22: 194.
THORNLEY, KERRY, Zen and the Art of Traffic Accidents, 1p: 125, in PP 501. – An enemy of cars, he should read e.g. Rothbard on the car as a liberator. – J.Z.
THORNTON ROBINSON, AUBREY, My Name Is Ishmael: Some Thoughts on Racial Collectivism, 5pp, in PP 1376: 340.
THORNTON, ALAN, Biarchy, n.d., 8pp, with 5pp of comments by John Zube, in PP 1,051.
THORNTON, ALLEN, Laws of the Jungle, 1987, 213 points, in book size, here reproduced on only 29 sheets, in PP 956.
THORNTON, MARK, Prohibition Was a Triumph for Minority Rule, letter, 1p, in PP 478.
THORNTON, ROBERT M., A Short Stroll with A.J.Nock, 1p, in PP 1312/1314.
THORNTON, ROBERT M., Let’s NOT Worry about the World, 2pp: 28, in PP 1529-33.
THORNTON, ROBERT M., Review, 1p, of: LEUTHNER, STUART, The Railroaders, Random House, N.Y., 152pp, 1983: 588, in PP 1529-33.
THORNTON, ROBERT M., Review, 2pp, of: CLARK, RONALD W., Benjamin Franklin, Random House, N.Y., 1983, 530pp: 431, in PP 1529-33.
THOUGHT, THE, Orange, CA, A Philosophers Guild Publication, Incomplete, 254pp: 1-254, in PP1466/67. V/2, May 85; VI/6, June 86; VIII/10, October 88; VIII/11, November 1988; IX/2, February 89; IX/3, March 89; IX/8, August 89; IX/12, December 89; X/1, January 90; X/2, February 90; X/3, March 90, in PP1466/67. It appeared since 1981. Like most other libertarian publications, it seems to have given no thought to making all its back issues cheaply accessible on microfiche and to expand its output in this affordable format. Does it still exist? I don’t know and do not care. I do not find much freedom philosophy or many to me worthwhile thoughts and discussions in it. Short stories, legal disputes and prison condition surveys are a poor substitute. Not a magazine that I would like to recommend. Other issues, that I have not seen, may be better. At least I would hope so but I am not eager to find out. – J.Z. 16.5.98.
THOUGHTS FOR THE MILLENNIUM, New Think Tank, New Publication, leaflet only, 1p: 120, in PP 1516.
THOULESS, ROBERT H., Parapsychologische Forschung, 2 S., Grenzwissenschaften, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 123.
THOUVEREZ, EMILE, Stuart Mill, 63pp, 1905, in French: 110, in PP 1476.
TIBET, PP 418/19p39.
TICKET TOUTING, See: EARL, CHARLES, In Praise of Ticket Touting, 96, 4pp,in PP 1334 /35: 17.
TIDAL WAVE RISK: WOODFORD, JAMES, Scientists Warn of Tidal Wave Risk, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 501. – IF you aim at living 500 years or more, do not settle in thus endangered areas. – J.Z.
TIDEMAN, NICOLAUS, Lasting Peace & the Justification of Territorial Claims: A Neo-Lockean Perspective, Working Paper, Oct. 1986, 20pp, in PP 1425: 60. – On the extensive tradition and thoughts on the exterritorial autonomy alternative, for all volunteer communities, see especially the PP sub-series: ON PANARCHY, Vols. I – 17 and the few special works on extraterritoriality in the PP series. On the alternative provided by “open cooperatives” for natural resources, see the writings of THEODOR HERTZKA & ULRICH VON BECKERATH. – Compare also the Free Market, Free Trade and Monetary Freedom alternatives, which can solve problems which territorial division cannot. Then there is the Anarchist alternative, which would do away with all national territorial State borders, although it is mostly still aiming at establishing & preserving many more decentralized borders around decentralized and autonomous local communities of like-minded people, thus introducing wrongful, intolerant and war-promoting territorial notions, once again. – J.Z., 9/97.
TIDEMAN, NICOLAUS, The STANDARD Has Already Happened, ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, 6/7,1986, 2pp, 29x, in PP 865. (On Hayek’s proposal and Borsodi’s and Swann’s attempts.)
TIENTSIN, 1860, had 300 note issuing banks! Hint only, page 123 of PP 913p123. I would love to see a detailed report. Rhode Island had once one note issuing bank per 2,000 population. How many were there in relation to the population? What kind of issue and reflux techniques did they employ? What was their effect upon developments? – Usually only the government abuses with forced paper currencies are mentioned by historians. – J.Z.
TIER, MARK, A Vicious Circle that May Lead to Runaway Inflation, 1984, 5pp, with notes by J.Zube, 3 pp, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 548.
TIER, MARK, Abolish the Prices Justification Tribunal, 3pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p262.
TIER, MARK, Jobs for Everyone – without Minimum Wage Laws, 6pp, in PP 1445: 70. – Minimum wages existed before and after mass unemployment. They just make matters worse but are not the only or even major factor. Whoever can’t sell his goods or services won’t hire or retain employees, not even at free market rates of wages and salaries (if these were possible under monetary despotism, an assumption I would not make). – Libertarians, too, fall often for single hypothesis “explanations”, without sufficiently examining the multiple hypotheses already advanced. In this sphere they do this although they can no longer assume, after numerous monetary freedom writings, that monetary despotism has no effect upon employment. – J.Z., 24.9.97.
TIER, MARK, Sell Government Transport, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p269.
TIER, MARK, some of his money errors criticized by David Taylor, PP 740.
TIERRA Y LIBERTAD, XLI/450, Junio 1984; XLI/454, Junio 1985; XLI/455, Julio 1985, 100pp: 1, in PP 1494. – Some of its articles are listed separately.
TIFFANY, JOHN, Ask for Definition of Income, in PP 1440/42: 2pp on tax resistance: 362.
TILLERY, BILL, Two Cats and 6 Men in a Goose, 13pp: 148, in PP 1506/07. – On animal savers using a flying boat.
TILLETT, ALFRED W., Herbert Spencer Betrayed, with some account of the repudiation of the “Descriptive Sociology” by his Trustees, 1939, 69pp, in PP 828.
TILLY, CHARLES, War Making and State Making as Organized Crime, 7pp, in PP 1150.
TILLY, LOUISE A., The Social Sciences and the Study of Women: A Review Article, COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY AND HISTORY 20, 1978, 163-173, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p910, headed: Women in the Social Sciences.
TILMAN, RICK, The New Left and the Libertarian Right: Notes for a Reappraisal of the Convergence Thesis, NEBRASKA JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 15, 1976, 21-36, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p103. Headed: Equality, Power, and Values.
TIMASHEFF, N.S., The Vindication of Law, a chapter, 14pp, of his work: “An Introduction to the Sociology of Law”, 1939, in which he attempts to criticize anarchism, in PP 828.
TIMBERLAKE, R.H., Jr., Monetization Practices and the Political Structure of the Federal Reserve System, 1981, 12pp, in PP 1186.
TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., Free Market Money in Coal-Mining Communities, THE FREEMAN, Oct. 1989, 8pp, with ref., in PP 1248.
TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., How Gold Was Money – How Gold Could Be Money Again, 6pp from THE FREEMAN, April 95: 101, in PP 1519.
TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., Review, 1p, of SELGIN, GEORGE, The Theory of Free Banking, in PP 1240.
TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., The Constitution vs. the Vote, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p141.
TIMBERLAKE, RICHARD H., Vitally Interested in War, 1p (on pretended vital interests), in PP 480.
TIME TRAVEL BIBLIOGRAPHY, PP 1000.
TIME, March 28, 198?: An ESOP Fable. Workers turn into owners, in PP 1420/22: 204. – An insert in MINUS ONE by J.Z. for all interested in self-management, the kind of self-interest that Parker is not interested in.
TIMES, THE, File Proves Hitler Ordered Holocaust, Jan. 98, clipping, 1/2 page: 830, in PP 1457/62.
TIMES, THE, Obituary, Oct. 4, 1937, for Arthur Kitson, inventor and money reformer, 1p, in PP 815.
TIMM, HERBERT, Entnationalisierung des Geldes? Einige kritische Bemerkungen zu einem revolutionaeren Vorschlag, 1979, 18 S., in PP 805.
TIMM, HOWARD W., Selecting Appropriate Organisation Development Interventions, 7pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.
TIMM, UWE & SOLNEMAN & GEHRET, Kritik und Antikritik am anarchistischen Kommunismus, 1977, 48 S., 24x in PP 283-285.
TIMM, UWE & SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z., Individualistischer Anarchismus, Eine Autorenauswahl, 1978, 59pp, 24x, in PP 281.
TIMM, UWE, ANARCHIE – Eine konsequente Entscheidung fuer Freiheit und Wohlstand, 33 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zu ARTHUR MUELLBERGER: P.J. Proudhon, Leben und Werke, 5pp: 60, in PP 1455.
TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zu Helmut Creutz: Das Geldsyndrom/ Wege zu einer krisenfreien Marktwirtschaft, 6 S.: 17, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.
TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zu: CREUTZ, HELMUT, Das Geldsyndrom, Wege zu einer krisenfreien Marketwirtschaft, Wirtschaftsverlag Langen Mueller/Herbig, 3 S., in PP 1240.
TIMM, UWE, Anmerkungen zur Oekonomie, 4 S., ueber Geldfreiheit: 88, in PP 1456. – Free banking discussion.
TIMM, UWE, Antifaschismus in Zwielicht, 2 S., in PP 1512.
TIMM, UWE, Arbeitslosigkeit – kein unabwendbares Schicksal, 5 S.: 73, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Arbeitslosigkeit ein unabwendbares Schicksal? 4 S.: 35, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Der Staatsbankrott, 4 S.: 118, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Die Aktualitaet des Anarchismus, 1978, 3pp, 24x, in PP 281.
TIMM, UWE, Die herrschaftslose Gesellschaft bleibt eine Alternative, 6 S.: 21, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Entwurf nur: Allgemeine Informationen der Freunde der Mackay Gesellschaft, Dezember 1992, 1 S., in PP 1329: 208.
TIMM, UWE, Geld regiert die Welt, 5 S.: 109, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, John Henry Mackay, 7 S.: 55, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, John Henry Mackay: Die Anarchisten, Forum Verlag, Leipzig, 1992, 3 S. Besprechung, in FRAGEN DER FREIHEIT, in PP 1419: 138.
TIMM, UWE, Libertarian Microfiche Publishing, 1 S.: 127, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Mut zum Denken ist gefordert, 1 S., Gastkommentar in ANGEBOT & NACHFRAGE, 9/94, gekuerzt, aus dem Rundbrief ESPERO der Mackay Gesellschaft, Nullnummer, 3/94, in PP 1240.
TIMM, UWE, Oekologie und Freiheit. Umweltproblem und Anarchismus, 1980, 70 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
TIMM, UWE, Pierre Ramus – ein Wegbereiter des libertaeren Sozialismus, 2 S., 24x, in PP 377.
TIMM, UWE, Superwahljahr 1994, 2 S.: 10, in PP 1456.
TIMM, UWE, Warum Ich Anarchist Bin. Abschied vom Staatssozialismus, Anarchie, Ordnung, Sicherheit und Freiheit fuer die Existenz einer menschlichen Gesellschaft, 1976, 21 S., 24x, in PP 283-285.
TIMM, UWE, Zum Gedaechtnis an KURT ZUBE, 5 S.: 6, in PP 1456.
TIMME, UWE, Ausgewaehlte Bibliographie, 5 S., in PP 1408: 84.
TIMMS, LYNNE, Review, 1p, of Innis Macbeath: Power Sharing in Industry, 29x, in PP 294-297.
TINGLE, RACHEL, The Case for Denationalising Industry, 1p, in FREE NATION, supplement No. 1 on privatization, in PP 1,013.
TIPLER, FRANK J., A Liberal Utopia, 2pp, on Hayek: 224, in PP 1463/64.
TITE, ROGER, A Refutation of Individualist Anarchism, 2pp, with a note by S.E. Parker, in PP 1420/22: 179.
TITLES OF ANARCHIST PAMPHLETS, in the CHADWYCK HEALEY COLLECTION, over 2,000, on 2601 microfiche. Incomplete, transcribed & alphabetized by John Zube, August 1998 from the list of titles supplied by the LABADIE COLLECTION, 67pp, in PP 1512: 1-67.
TITLES OF MICROFILMED TEXTS PROVIDED BY OTHER MICROFILMPUBLISHERS THAN LMP and, possibly, of some interest to libertarians and anarchists, 61pp, August 98, in PP 1512: 68-128. – Still very incomplete. Further such hints are welcomed. – J.Z.
TITO: RADITSA, BOGDAN, The Menace of Tito, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 44.
TLALOG GRINNED, Glencoe, a comment zine, commenting on other APAs, produced by Robert J. Shea, No. 14, July 85, 17, 18, 22, 24, 25, 26 (This includes Shea’s “Ayn Rand Is Still at Work, 8pp, from sheet 98.), 27, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 – 43 (Feb. or March 90?), incomplete, with some page unallocated, ca. 100pp, in PP 1369/70: 70.
TOBACCO INDUSTRY, Harrassment, PP 697. See SMOKING.
TOBIN, JAMES, Tax Relief and the Illinois State Constitution, 1988, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
TOBIN, RONALD C., Alcoholism, 2pp: 4, in PP1466/67.
TOBIN, RONALD C., Bipartisan Fascism: Anti-Drug Bill Passes, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1823.
TOBIN, RONALD D., Destruction of the Amazon Forest, 8pp: 96, in PP1466/67.
TOBIN, RONALD D., Freedom of Thought, 3pp: 13, in PP1466/67.
TOBIN, RONALD D., Pluralism in Anarchism, 3pp: 32, in PP1466/67.
TOBIN, RONALD D., Pride and Humility, 3pp: 22, in PP1466/67.
TOBIN, RONALD D., The Futility of Party Politics, 4pp: 8, in PP1466/67.
TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS de, The State of SOCIETY IN FRANCE before the Revolution of 1789 and the Causes which Led to that Event, translated by Henry Reeve, 3rd. ed. 1888, 303pp, 29x, PP 217.
TODD, JOHN, An Ecological Economic Order, Fifth Annual E.F. Schumacher Lecture, 1985, 21pp, in PP 1254.
TODD, NIGEL, Roses & Revolutionists: The Story of the Clousden Hill Free Communist and Co-operative Colony, 1894-1902, London, Peoples Publications, 1986, here only in review, 2pp, by GRAHAM PURCHASE, 29x, in PP 921.
TOFFLER, ALVIN, Conformity or Diversity? – Which Way are We Going? 6pp, 36x, in PP 370.
TOFFLER, ALVIN, Learning for Tomorrow: The Role of the Future in Education, ed. by T., reviewed by THOMAS JOHNSON, 2pp, in PP 1367/68: 20.
TOLEDANO, RALPH de, Irwin Schiff’s book questions constitutional basis of taxes, 2pp: 115, in PP 1494. – Not constitutions but only individuals or their voluntary communities could authorize taxation of themselves. – J.Z., 5.6.98.
TOLEDANO, RALPH DE, The Right to Work, 1969, The National Issues Series of Politics, Vol. IV, No. 10, March 19, 1969, published by Constitutional Alliance, Lansing, Michigan, 27pp, in PP 1,005.
TOLERANCE, 724, 1105.
TOLERANCE, ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, SOCIAL, IN THE SPHERE OF ACTIONS, PP 7, 42-44, 243, 415, 428-466, 506, 724, See also ON PANARCHY.
TOLERANCE, See: BOCK, ALAN, On Adding Tolerance to Freedom, 2pp: 96, in PP 1488.
TOLERANCE, See: Lalonde, Roxanne, Unity in Diversity…., in PP 1537: 191.
TOLLER, ERNST, Die Wandlung, 1917, 1918, 1924, 94 S., a play, in PP 1141.
TOLLER, ERNST, Hinkemann, eine Tragoedie, 1924, 60pp, in PP 1144.
TOLLER, ERNST, Masse Mensch, 1920, 1925, 83 S., a play, in PP 1141.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Carthago Delenda Est, 1898, 9pp, in PP 1325: 28.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Christianity and Patriotism, 1894, 22pp, in PP 1325: 7.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Letter to a Corporal, 1899, 7pp, in PP 1325: 14.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Letter to Ernest Howard Crosby, On Non-Resistance, 1896,11p, in PP 1325: 30.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Neglect the Fire and You Cannot Put It Out, 1885, 16pp, in PP 1325: 3.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Patriotism and Government, 1900, 22pp, in PP 1325: 21.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Patriotism or Peace, Letter to Manson, 1896, 9pp, in PP 1325: 19.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Shame! 1895, 6pp, in PP 1325: 26.
TOLSTOI, LEO, The Officers’ Memento, 1901, 8pp, in PP 1325: 17.
TOLSTOI, LEO, The Soldiers’ Memento, 1901, 4pp, in PP 1325: 16.
TOLSTOI, LEO, Two Wars, 1898, 6pp, in PP 1325: 12.
TOLSTOI, LEO, War, Patriotism, Peace, edited and introduced by NEARING, SCOTT, Vanguard Press, N.Y., 1926, 129pp, in PP 1325: 1.
TOLSTOY, LEO, A Great Iniquity, 1905, 48pp, in PP 988.
TOLSTOY, LEO, A Letter to Russian Liberals, 17pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Aufruf an die Menschheit. Muss es denn wirklich so sein?, 1921, 12pp, 29x, in PP 543.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Besinnet Euch! (Tut Busse), Ein Wort zum Russisch-Japanischen Krieg, 1904, (Aufforderung zum militaerischen Generalstreik, mit Anmerkung von Ulrich von Beckerath, 1955.) 96pp, 24x, in PP 648.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Bibliography, by Ulrich Klemm, 5pp, 29x, in PP 743.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Eines Ist Not (Ueber die Staatsmacht), 1906, 79pp, 29x, in PP 539.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Extracts from ESSAYS & LETTERS, in Aylmer Maude’s translation, 1903/4, 9 contributions, 140pp, separately listed, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Letter on Henry George, 6pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Letter to a Non-Commissioned Officer, 8pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Patriotism and Government, 24pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Patriotismus und Regierung, 48 S., in ANARCHISTISCHE TEXTE 8, einschliesslich: Erich Muehsam, Tolstois Vermaechtnis, 10 S. Enthaelt: Tolstoys: Patriotismus und Regierung, 12 S.; und Aufruf an die Menschheit, 1900, 27 S., in PP 1154.
TOLSTOY, LEO, reviewed by Paul Eltzbacher, 33pp, 24x, in PP 208.
TOLSTOY, LEO, see THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.
TOLSTOY, LEO, see: KENWORTHY, JOHN COLEMAN, Tolstoy: His Life and Works, 1902, 255pp, in PP 1131. – Kenworthy might be classed as as Christian Socialist. – J.Z.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Crisis of Civilization or: On the Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria, 1908, 16pp, with foreword by publisher R.V. Sampson, in PP 1,023. (We suffer under the consequences even today. J.Z.)
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Death of Ivan Ilyitch, n.d., 94pp, LBB No. 390, in PP 1224.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The First Step, 41pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Fruits of Culture, translated by George Schumm, published in Boston, 1891, by Benj. R. Tucker, 185pp, in PP 1,040.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Great Iniquity, 1905, 25pp: 8, in PP 1477.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Light that Shines in Darkness, 171pp, 29x, in PP 743. (What’s the well-meaning individual to do? Disobey and resist the government and social pressures? But how? An old problem, as seen by a religious anarchist. – J.Z.)
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Only Means, London, n.d., from the times when a 16pp pamphlet like this could be offered for 1 penny, in PP 961.
TOLSTOY, LEO, The Slavery of our Times, translated by Aylmer Maude, Porcupine Press, 1948, 64pp, 29x, in PP 730.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Thou Shalt not Kill, 8pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Timothy Bondaref, 3pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, To the Tsar and his Assistants, 7pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Was ist Geld? 112pp, 29x, in PP 556.
TOLSTOY, LEO, What Is Religion and Wherein Lies Its Essence? 1902, 62pp, LBB No. 61, in PP 1208.
TOLSTOY, LEO, Why Do Men Stupefy Themselves? 20pp, 29x, in PP 732.
TOLSTOY, NIKOLAI, Stalin’s Secret War, 1981, 463pp, 3pp review only, by BETTINA BIEN GREAVES: 397, in PP 1529-33.
TOLSTOY, NIKOLAI, Victims of Yalta, review only, by Alan Watt, in Quadrant, 4pp, 36x, in PP 418-419, p15.
TOLSTOY, PP 1131, 1154.
TOLSTOYISM vs. MARXISM, PP 1052-61 (LA Cultural Notes 17).
TOMASHIK, DEBORAH A., Occupational Licensure: More Harm than Good, 1990, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.
TOMINAGA, YOSHITAKA, TRUTH OF MONEY, The, A Doctrine on Social Reconstruction by Means of Ticket Money, 1952, 199pp, with some remarks by John Zube, 48x, in PP 668.
TOMLINSON, DAVID, 20 Oct. 87, Buy, says Mr. 87 per cent (HHS), 1p. 48x, in PP 740.
TOMORROWWATCH, Eugene, OR, published by Ernie Ross, Feb. 8, 79, March 2, 79, March 15, 79, May 1, 79, 10pp, in PP 478.
TONGE, PETER, Slapping a Lid on Winter, 1982, 2p, 29x in PP 725.
TOOHEY, ROBERT E., A Question of Human Freedom: Richard Price, in: Liberty and Empire: British Radical Solution to the American Problem, 1774-1776, Lexington, The UP of Kentucky, 1978, 90-102, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p892, headed: Price on Moral and Civil Liberty.
TOOKE, THOMAS, AN INQUIRY INTO THE CURRENCY PRINCIPLE, the Connection of the Currency with Prices and the Expediencey of a Separation of the Issue from Banking, 1844, 1959, 165pp, with some notes by John Zube, Free Banking Series, 29x, in PP 565.
TOOL, MARC R. & BRUN, ANDRE, Two Reviews of A. Allan Schmid’s “Property, Power and Public Choice: An Inquiry into Law and Economics”, N.Y., Praeger Publishers, 1978, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES 13, Sep. 79, 743-749, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1007, headed: Property, Law, and Economics.
TOOLEY, JAMES, How British Schools Can Escape from the State, Opting-out of the National Curriculum, Standard Assessment Tests, League Tables & National Inspection in 3 Easy Steps, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 25.
TOOLEY, JAMES, Why State Provision Is Not Necessary to Ensure Equality of Educational Opportunity, 1991, 4pp, LA Educational Notes No. 10,in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
TOPIK, STEVEN, State Interventionism in a Liberal Regime, 1889-1930, HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 60, no. 4, Nov. 80, 593-616, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1484, headed: Brazilian “Liberalism” & State Protectionism.
TORCH, THE, Grove City, published by the Grove City College Conservative Club, very incomplete set, 128 pp: I/7-9 (Feb 21, 69 – March 21, 69); Special Issue: The Best of Volume I (Sep. 19, 69); II/3 + 4 (Nov. 14, 69 & Dec. 12, 69); II/6-8 (March 9, 70 – March 23, 70); III/4-6 (Feb. 1, 71 – March 1, 71; III/8 (May 1, 72), in PP 1249. CAN ANYONE SUPPLY THE MISSING COPIES? – J.Z.
TORONTO STAR, Emma Goldman, Anarchist Crazy about Cathedrals, 1p, April 22, 1939, in PP 1359: 13.
TORTOISE REPORT, THE, Condensation, Vol. II, No. 10, Nov. 84, sample copy of Robert Ringer’s insights, ideas and strategies for the individualist, 4pp, 29x, in PP 867.
TORTURE, See: MCCABE, JOSEOPH, The History of Torture.
TORYISM, THE NEW, PP 204.
TOSCANA, JOE, Anarchism or Barbarism, 2pp: 19, in PP 1481.
TOSCANA, JOSEPH, Privatization, 2pp, in PP 471/472p5. – I would rather have termed it: How wrong can an anarchist be on privatization! – J.Z.
TOTALITARIANISM & GOD, PP 1052-61 (LA Religious Notes 1).
TOTALITARIANISM IN AMERICA? See: CHILDS, R.A., Jr., The Inception of American Totalitarianism, 4pp: 315, in PP 1457/62.
TOTALITARIANISM, CAPITALISM, TOTALITARIANISM & LIBERTARIAN SOCIALISM, PP 542.
TOTALITARIANISM, PP 193, see under COMMUNISM, SOCIALISM, ON PANARCHY,
TOTH, RONALD S., The Plain Truth about Abortion! Why So Little Understood? May 85, 7pp, in PP 1121.
TOULMIN SMITH, J., Local Self-Government and Centralization: The Characteristics of Each; and its Practical Tendencies, as Affecting Social, Moral, and Political Welfare and Progress. Including Comprehensive Oulines of th English Contitution, 1851, 409pp, 29x, in PP 22. A classical study of the original & limited local self-government in England & of original jury powers, which are both, according to the author, constitutionally still in force and ought to be asserted against governmental, parliamentary and juridical usurpations. – Once upon a time there was a considerable degree of freedom in England! Politicians, lawyers and judges did their best to destroy or restrict it. – See: Centralization, Decentralization, Democracy, Juries, Limited Government, Local Government, Self-Government. – J.Z.
TOULMIN, STEPHEN, Arthur Koestler’s Theodicy: On Sin, Science, & Politics, ENCOUNTER 52, Feb. 79, 46-57, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p484, headed: Koestler: Chance vs. Reason.
TOWARDS ANARCHISM, NYC, Order in Freedom, formerly: VIEWS ANDCOMMENTS, published by the Libertarian League, Summer 1965, No.50, 28pp, only copy on hand: 131, in PP 1515.
TOWERS, KATHERINE, Spaceguards tail doomsday asteroids, A., April 16, 96, 1p, in PP 1367/68: 245.
TOWLE, JOSEPH C., Review, 2pp: STASSINOPOULOS, ARIANNA, After Reason, Stein & Day, 240pp: 313, in PP 1529-33.
TOWN MEETINGS, PP 1069. See Direct Democracy, Referendum. See: FISKE, JOHN, The Town Meeting, a lecture from his volume: AMERICAN POLITICAL IDEAS, viewed from the standpoint of universal history, 1885. 1880, 56pp, in PP 1069.
TOWN PLANNING, See: HIBBS, JOHN, Town Planning vs. the Plans of the People, POLITICAL NOTES No. 141, 2pp: 93, in PP 1487. – See: Zoning, Territorialism, Planning, Housing.
TOWNES, JOHN, A Fund to Help Home Buyers, NY Times, 15.11.87, 1p: 103, in PP 1493. – Buckminster Fuller reckoned that we could and should mass – produce homes like we do cars – and could do so at about the same costs. If that is true then housing finance would be much less of a problem. Under monetary freedom jobs would be much easier to get locally, so one would not have to buy land where it is very dear and then commute to one’s job. The abolition of zoning and building restrictions, inflation and taxation would also make a great difference. – J.Z., 23.5.98.
TOWNSEND, MIKE, WTRA Under Fire, THE DEMOCRATIC COMMUNIQUE, IX/1, 1p, on pirate radio, in PP 1,019.
TOWNSEND, ROBERT & WALLACE, NEIL, A Model of Circulating Private Debt, 1982, 32pp, in PP 1185.
TRACE, KEITH, Privatisation: Possibilities and Prospects in the Transport Sector, 29pp, 1986, CIS, 29x, in PP 733.
TRACY, COUNT DESTUTT, Treatise on Political Economy, A, 1817, 372pp, 36x, PP 800.
TRADE & MORALITY, PP 201.
TRADE AMERICA CARD, CA, adv., 1981, 1p, of a barter exchange, 29x, in PP 865.
TRADE DEFICITS, PP 1004.
TRADE EXCHANGE INC., Explanation of Items, Change in Accounting Method, 1984, 3pp, 29x, in PP 905.
TRADE EXCHANGE INC., Trading Rules and Regulations, 1985, the fine print, 1p, 29x, in PP 905.
TRADE NETWORKS, ALTERNATIVE, PP 865. Compare Clearing, Monetary Freedom.
TRADE UNIONS, see UNIONS.
TRADE WARS, PP 679, 925. See : Free Trade, Protectionism, Peace.
TRADE WITH COMMUNIST GOVERNMENTS BUT GIVE THEM NEITHER CREDIT NOR SUBSIDIES! 1966, 7pp, in PP 8.
TRAEGER, Herr, Erklaerung der Berliner Freiheiten des Buergers, 2 Entwuerfe, ca. 1953/54, mit 4 wirtschaftlichen Grundfreiheiten (4 economic rights), 48x, in PP 589/590.
TRAFIK, PETER, an Theodor Megalli, ueber Stirner Ausgabe, mit 2 Besprechungen: Woodcock, Traditionen der Freiheit, 1 S. und Chomsky, Arbeit, Sprache, Freiheit, 1 S., in PP 1333: 74- 78.
TRAJECTORIES, Robert Anton Wilson’s, some sample copies, all on hand: I/1, Summer 88; I/2, Autumn 88; No. 6, Fall/Winter 1989/90; No. 8, Autumn, 1990, 70pp, in PP 1,028/9.
TRAKMAN, LEON E., Interpreting Contracts: A Common Law Dilemma, THE CANADIAN BAR REVIEW 59, June 81, 241-300, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1869, headed: The Letter and the Spirit of Contract Law.
TRAKMAN, LEON E., Non-performance in Oil Contracts, OIL & GAS TAX QUARTERLY 29, June 81, 716-650, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1768, headed: Spontaneous Order & Oil Contracts.
TRAKMAN, LEON E., The Evolution of the Law Merchant: Our Commercial Heritage, JOURNAL OF MARITIME LAW AND COMMERCE 12, Oct. 80, 1-24; 12, Jan. 81, 153-182, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1767, headed: Spontaneous Order & the Law Merchant.
TRAKMAN, LEON, Law Merchant, 3pp: 57, in PP 1463/64.
TRANET, Nos. 37, 38, 40, 42, 44, from Summer 85 to Winter 86/7, samples, 72pp, reproduced with permission, 24x, in PP 922. (I would like to film more of them, as they become available to me. There are all too few journals around that concentrate on constructive ideas and without falling into too many of the statist traps. However, as you can see from this example: If libertarian microfilming is largely left to me, instead of being used widely, as a self-publishing option, to achieve publication or reprint or cheaper publication or permanency in print etc., then as long delays can occur as happened here with the filming of these samples. I was several times tempted to respond in writing to some of the suggestions and questions in TRANET. However, too many other projects got in the way and so these responses were postponed, too. – J.Z. 28 Jan. 90.)
TRANET, some letters & leaflets, 7 pp, 24x, in PP 922.
TRANSCENDENTAL PHYSIOLOGY, PP 829.
TRANSCENDENTALISM, PP 373 – 375.
TRANSLATION SYSTEM, AUTOMATED, Clipping, in PP 467: 89.
TRANSPORT, FINANCE, PP 381.
TRANSPORT, Muscle & solar powered, PP 710.
TRANSPORT, SEE: HIBBS, JOHN, Logistics and Life: Reflections on the Impact of Modern Transport on Local Communities, 2pp,SOCIOLOGICAL NOTES No. 25: 115, in PP 1516.
TRANSPORT, Sell Government Transport, PP 418/19p269, 733. And put more money into the hands of politicians and bureaucrats? Rather give taxpayers their shares. Compare PP 19 c. – J.Z.
TRANSPORTATION, PP 290, 1028/29, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 38), 1103/4, 1129. See Railways, Taxis, Roads, Airlines, Highways.
TRANSPORTATION, See: POOLE, ROBERT W., Jr., Government Mass Transit and some Proven Voluntary Alternatives, 8pp: 157, in PP 1506/07.
TRAVAGLIA, DOMENICO, Eine Kultur der Kooperation entwickeln, 1 S., in PP 1323: 26B. – Er schrieb eine Dissertation ueber Produktivgenossenschaften und arbeitet an Bedingungen u. Erfahrungen von Betriebsuebernahmen durch die Belegschaft.
TRAVEL, FREEDOM TO TRAVEL, PP 984.
TRAVELLING CHEAPLY: PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War. Traveling Cheaply, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1167. – There are other ways: SERVAS, THE HOSPITALITY EXCHANGE, THE WORLD FOR FREE, cheap air tickets as courier – and networks like those of Esperanto advocates, anarchists and libertarians. – Those of anarchists and libertarians ought to become much better developed and publicized. But flawed as they still are: Of 365 days of travel and temporary stays, in the U.S. & Germany, in 1990/91, I had to spend only 10 days in a cheap hotel, and this by choice, because it simplified matters for me, then and there. Otherwise, I would have had to spend too much time and money on public transport. Belated thanks to all my kind and patient hosts, who often did not quite grasp that I could not predict how many freedom texts I would find and how long it would take me to photocopy them. Thus, sometimes, I overstayed my welcome a bit but managed always to find another “victim”. Whenever I could, I tried to offer some service in return. While I was book searching or copying, I was certainly not good company for them – If I could have been otherwise. – If only they had as readily accepted microfiche as an alternative medium for themselves! But it seems easier to be hospitable to persons than to ideas or techniques that are new or not customary. – J.Z., 10.10.97.
TRA-VEN DU, IN TC, No. 155, of 11 Dec. 88, some questions on microfiching, with some replies by J. Zube, 28 Oct. 89, 1/2p, in PP 907-910.
TREADGOLD, TIM, Singular Manners. On mining magnate Ron Manners, 3pp, in PP 1393: 114.
TREASON, NO TREASON, THE CONSTITUTION OF NO AUTHORITY, PP 225, 1166.
TREATY LAW, PP 999.
TREICHLER, BILL & WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Attack Usury at Its Source, 4pp, 29x, in PP 905. Why not, with J. Bentham, rather favour it? See under Bentham. Even full monetary and financial freedom would not abolish or reduce all interest rates, namely, not to the extent that they do fulfill the function of free prices for wanted services. – J.Z.
TRENGOVE, CHRIS, ‘Privatisation’ – A Relevant Word for Australia? 22pp, CIS, 1986, 29x, in PP 733.
TRENT, D. C., Best Wit of the English People, compiled by D.C. Trent, n.d., LBB 113, 32pp, in PP 1206.
TREVOR-ROPER, H.R., Gibbon and The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, THE JOURNAL OF LAW & ECONOMICS 19, 1976, 489-505, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p314, headed: Freedom and Progress.
TRICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE, THE, see IMMIGRANTS IN SEARCH OF FREEDOM, 1693-1983, German American Tricentennial, The Tricentennial Committee, 1983, 96pp, contains a number of libertarian essays, apparently from THE FREEMAN, in PP 1143.
TRI-COUNTY NEWS, Southern California’s Libertarian Newsletter, I/3, March 89, I/4, April 89, I/5, May 89, 24pp, in PP 1395: 97.
TRIM, Tax Reduction Immediately, by Taxpayers United, Australia, Nos. 1-10, 6/84-10/86, 110pp, 29x, in PP 677, No. 15, 8pp, 29x, in PP 699, a 2pp leaflet, in PP 834. Nos. 11-19, Feb. 86 to June 88, 52pp, in PP 920.
TRIP, The Resources of International Permaculture, 6pp of leaflets, in PP 275: 120.
TRIP: THE RESOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL PERMACULTURE, Leaflets received 31.7.96 & YANKEE PERMACULTURE PUBLICATION NEWS, 2/23/96, 8pp: 197, in PP 1486.
TRISTAN, FLORA, The Workers’ Union, here only a 1p review of a
book on a forerunner of the IWW, in PP 1,034.
TROLOVE, WILLIAM, Campus Cannibalism, 2pp, in PP 1336/39: 348.
TRONE, ORLIS, Politics or Freedom, 3pp, 1971, in PP 1296.
TROOP, STEVEN, The Governor’s Visit, a short story, ca. 1971, previously published by New Capitalist Digest, 7pp, in PP 1233.
TROPE, YAACOV, Extrinsic Rewards, Congruence between Dispositions and Behaviors, and Perceived Freedom, JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 36, 1978, 588-597, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p494, headed: Autonomy vs. Extrinsic Rewards.
TROSNE, LE, De l’interet social par rapport a la valeur, a la circulation, a l’industrie, et au comerce interieur et exterieur, in PP 1352/54: 885.
TROSNE, LE, Examen de la doctrine de M. l’abbee de Condillac, sur l’organisation de la societe, et la circulation 929. Conclusion de cet ouvrage 1022. – In PP 1352/54.
TROSNE, LE, Notice sur la vie et les travaux de Le Trosne, in PP 1352/54: 879.
TROSNE, LE, Works, in French, compiled & commented upon by M. EUGENE DAIRE, in PP 1352/54.
TROTTER, W., Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War, 1919, 264pp, edited and introduced by Paul Rich, in PP 1,024.
TROTZKY, LEON, Why we Are not Anarchists, 1p, 36x, in PP 412, p80.
TROUBLED TIMES, Santa Cruz, Cal., No. 4, n.d., anarchist journal, 14pp, in PP 1283-1286.
TRUCK SYSTEM, Prohibitions and Potential for Development, PP 641,
TRUCKING DEREGULATION, PP 914.
TRUEHARD, WILLIAM B., Land Value Taxation Applied to a Large Metropolitan Area, 1979, 1p, 36x, in PP 381.
TRUMBULL, M.M., General, The American Lesson of the Free Trade Struggle in England, Chicago, Schumm and Simpson, Radical Review Office, 1884, 290pp, in PP 1065.
TRUMBULL, M.M., The Free Trade Struggle in England, 2nd. ed.,1892, 288pp, Free Trade Series, 29x, in PP 612.
TRUST FUNDS, PP 806.
TRUST NOT IN PRINCES, PP 1150.
TRUSTEE ACTS & CREDIT INSURANCE, PP 337,
TRUSTEE ACTS, INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS & UNEMPLOYMENT, PP 532, 300.
TRUSTS & UNIONS, PP 237/38.
TRUTH, San Francisco, Oct. 27, 1883, AN OPEN LETTER. To Benjamin R. Tucker of Massachusetts, Under our Usual “Flaring Headlines”. DOES BOSTON LIBERTY MEAN DESPOTISM? The Cause of the Social Revolution Defended Against a Would-be Disorganizer, 4pp, mainly by Burnette G. Haskell and including some replies by B.R. Tucker, 29x, in PP 247, together with the rest of this issue, as a sample.
TRUTH, THE, 1p leaflet on this anti-communist quarterly, in PP 897.
TRUTH, THEN TRUTH WILL OUT, PP 234. On paper it has remained a paper tiger, because its expositions remained so incomplete. On microfiche it could become close to complete and thereby powerful. – J.Z.
TRUTWEIN, JUDITH, Myth of the Cashless Society, ATMs increase the demand for currency, not diminish it, in PP 787.
TSCHERKESOFF, W., Die Krise in Russland, 17 S., ueber Russische Revolution, in PP 1157.
TSENG HSIAO, Land Tenure in Tsingtao and Henry George’s Ideals, 8pp, in PP 1216.
TSLM: May it not rest in peace but, instead, live forever! – J.Z.
TSOVMA, MIKHAIL, News and Views from (the former) Sovietsky Soyuz, No. 3, Feb. 95, 5pp, in PP 473.
TSS NEWSLETTER, Tucson Space Society, No. 1, March 90, 4pp, in PP 1252.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, A Letter to Moloch, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Big Brother Watches TV, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 79.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Bits and Pieces, 3x2pp, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, From Libertine to Libertarian, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Heresies, 1972, 2pp & 2pp, in PP 1,027.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, In Defence of Non-Romantic Literature, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, 1p review only, by CHRIS HOCKER, in PP 1430/31: 137.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, review by J. MICHAEL OLIVER, 1p: 72, in PP 1498.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, reviews by JARRET B. WOLLSTEIN & by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 107, in PP 1468.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Left and Right: The Psychology of Opposites, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Natural Allies” Revisited, 2pp, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, On Sexism, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Optimism One, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Philosophy and Immortality, 3pp, extract from his book: “Here Comes Immortality”, in PP 1312/1314: 11.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Phony Libertarianism, 1P, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Redrawing the Political Spectrum, 3pp, in PP 1158.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Spotlighting the News, 2pp: 98; 2pp: 124; 2pp: 147, in PP 1457/62.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Synthesis, 1973, 2pp, suggesting that autonomous corporations might realize the ideals of both, the limited government and the anarchy advocates. in PP 274. Compare: ON PANARCHY.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Synthesis, 2pp, suggesting that autonomous corporations might realize the ideals of both, the limited government and the anarchy advocates, in PP 274. – Let them mind their own business only. Whatever some people want their voluntary community to do for or through them would often require a separate organization that has nothing to do with the production or service provision of a commercial corporation. – However, some international corporations provide some instances for degrees of voluntary and largely exterritorial autonomy. – See: ON PANARCHY. – J.Z. 10/97.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Tax Resistance, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, Technology Forever, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 94. A chapter from Tuccille’s forthcoming book, Paradise Found: A Nonfiction Romance. Some technology fans seem to qualify their stand with: “As long as it is not micrographics!” – J.Z.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The Libertarian Challenge, 1p, in PP 274.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The Libertarian Challenge, 1p, in PP 274.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The New Libertarianism, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The Psychological-Political Dichotomy, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The Radicalization of Italian Americans, 5pp, in PP 1,018.
TUCCILLE, JEROME, The Revolution Comes to YAF, 1p, 36x, in PP 369.
TUCK, RICHARD, The Recovery and Repudiation of Grotius, in: Natural Rights Theories: Their Origin and Development, Cambridge UP, 79, 156-173, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p883, headed: Grotius, Locke, and Property.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN & The Champions of Liberty, A Centenary Anthology, edited by Michael E. Coughlin, Charles H. Hamilton, Mark A. Sullivan, 1981, 232pp, 29x, in PP 912. A 4pp leaflet on this book in PP 788.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., A Bibliography, with an appreciation by G. Bernard Shaw, compiled and edited by ISHILL, JOSEPH, Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, N.J., 1959, 27pp, in PP 1158. Note: LMP seeks all Ishill publications for microfilming.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., A Blow at Trial by Jury, N.Y., 1898, 46pp, in PP 1,015.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Benjamin R. Tucker’s Unique Catalog of Advanced Literature, The Literature that Makes for Egoism in Philosophy, Anarchism in Politics, Iconoclasm in Art, N.Y.C., 1906, 128pp, with Tucker’s choice of quotations, usually 2 to a page, in PP 960.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Ce que sont les Individualistes Anarchistes, 4pp, traduction de E. Armand, 29x, in PP 667.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Convicted by a Packed Jury, on Lysander Spooner, 1p, 24x, in PP 111-134.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Die Stellung des Anarchismus zur Trustfrage, ein Vortrag, aus dem Englischen von Theo Jucker, Bernard Zack’s Verlag, Treptow by Berlin, 1911, 12 S., in PP 1254.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Doubts their Efficacy to Turn him into an Archangel, The New Bedford Standard, Sept. 28, 1924, 2pp, with transcript, 2 pp, in PP 1329: 176.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., editor of LIBERTY: LIBERTY, 1881 – 1908, A Comprehensive Index, compiled by MCELROY, WENDY, 1982, 162pp, in PP 960. – This printing job was not one of Michael Coughlin’s better jobs. The print is often too faint for my liking. I used up 2 expensive bound copies for this filming, selecting the somewhat better pages and the outcome is still not good. I may have to refilm the lot from the typed copy, of which I have a photocopy. – J.Z.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Fragment on Proudhon, quoting P., probably by Tucker, with a short refutation by Tucker of Byington’s article on Interference with the Environment, 1p, in PP 1283-1286, sheet 488.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Henry George, Traitor, 1896, 15pp, in PP 957. (Not criticizing his land reform ideas but only his stand on the trial of the Chicago anarchists. J.Z.)
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Individual Liberty, selections from the Writings of Benjamin R. Tucker, edited by C.L.S., 1926,1973, 294pp, indexed, with bibliography, 29x, in PP 537.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Instead of a Book, by a Man too Busy to Write one, a Fragmentary Exposition of Philosophical Anarchism, culled from the writings of Benjamin R. Tucker, Editor of LIBERTY, 1897, 1969, indexed 512pp, 24x, PP 210-211. (Whenever you disagree with Tucker on any of hundreds of freedom subjects, you would better have damn good arguments – to be able to defeat his. – J.Z.)
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Lego et Penso, A Rebel against War (Louis Nazzi); A Report of Progress (of Miss Marsden) & Is the State Worth While? 1p, in PP 1283-1286, sheets 495/96.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Lego et Penso: Proudhon’s Style and Sanity & Anarchism and Property, 1p, in PP 1283/1286, sheets 489/90.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Letter, 28 March 1873, 1p: 74, in PP 1481.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Liberte individuelle, La, 4 pp, traduction de E. Armand, 29x, in PP 667.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Liberty or Government, which? 1p leaflet, produced by JOE LABADIE, in PP 1393: 51.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Our Nestor Taken from us, 8pp, on Lysander Spooner, 24x, in PP 111-134.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., PP 247, 539, 825, 912, 914. Bibliography in 1159. See LIBERTY & RADICAL REVIEW.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Publishers’ Preface to Max Stirner, The Ego and His Own, 1907, 5pp, in PP 961.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Quotations from America’s foremost Anarchist, a leaflet produced by JOE LABADIE, 1p, in PP 1393: 50.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Quotations from Tucker, in Libertarian Anthology, n.d., 2pp, 29x, in PP 392.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Radical Review, 1877-1878, 826pp, 29x, in PP 373-375. (In some respects a forerunner of his famous later publication LIBERTY.)
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Relation of the State to the Individual, 1890, 14pp, 24x, in PP 203, 29x, in PP 539.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., See: Johnston, Dale Allen, dissertation in PP 1189, See: YARROS, VICTOR S.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., See: OLIVER, MICHAEL J., Trailblazers: Benjamin Tucker, 1p: 75, in PP 1498.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., See: Review by Paul Eltzbacher, 27pp, 24x, in PP 208.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., See: TUCKER-FISHER CONTROVERSY, On Government, Money & Interest, six exchanges in LIBERTY, May – Aug. 1891 & extracts from “Instead of a Book”, pp.222-245, 4pp, in PP 1386/91: 1021.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Short note, favouring private bandits rather than official ones, in PP 1283-1286, sheet 477.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Sind Anarchisten Moerder? 16pp, 36x, in PP 709
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Staat, Der, in seiner Beziehung zum Individuum, 1899, 16 S., 29x, in PP 667.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Staatssozialismus und Anarchismus, inwieweit sie uebereinstimmen und worin sie sich unterscheiden, deutsch von George Schumm, 1922 Ausgabe, 30 S., einschlieslich 1911 Nachwort von Tucker, 2 S., 29x, in PP 421. 1976 Ausgabe der Mackay Gesellschaft, 33 S., 24x, in PP 291.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., State Socialism & Anarchism, 24pp, 24x, in PP 203, 29x, in PP 539, 1888, with 2pp postscript of 1911, altogether 15pp, in PP 1102.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., The Attitude of Anarchism Toward Industrial Combinations, 1899, 8pp, in PP 1102, 15pp, in Libertarian Anthology, 29x, in PP 392.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., The Latest Freaks in Taxation, 1/2p, on taxes upon the sick, celibates and bachelors, in PP 1283-1286, sheet 492.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., The Remedy, 2pp, condensed from 1899 address, in PP 995.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., The Sin of Usury, ca. 3pp, from THE INDEX, Oct. 23rd, and Nov. 6th, 1873: 112, in PP 1481.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Warum ich Anarchist bin, 4pp, 24x, in PP 281. See also under LIBERTY, as whose editor he became famous.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Was Ist Sozialismus? Eine Antwort und eine Definition, mit einer Einleitung ueber “Unsere Ziele”, as dem Englischen von John Henry Mackay, 3.-5. Tausend, Berlin Zack, 1908, 12pp, in PP 1,006.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., Why I Am An Anarchist, 1892, 3pp, with an 8pp introduction to Tucker by Dr. James J. Martin, Ralph Miles Publisher, Inc., Colorado Springs, Colorado, in THE LIBERTARIAN BROADSIDE SERIES, in PP 1102, 3pp, in PP 890, 6 pp, here as republished by Laurance Labadie, Detroit, 1934, in PP 957.
TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., With wife and daughter. Undated photo, unsigned, from Ishill ephemerals, in PP 1309: 125. – If his library and manuscript collection had not been burned, if he had not married, if trusts had not so increased in numbers and influence, that he despaired about them, would he then have written, edited and published much more? Ca. 30 years of many and valuable pro-freedom activities were followed by ca. 30 years of almost total abstention from them. But, probably, he did enjoy his private life more and he had become a Stirnerian egoist. He may also have drawn up a personal balance sheet, questioning whether his limited direct and indirect influence upon a few hundred people was worth the effort. He might also have written himself out and believed that he had done enough pro-freedom publishing for one person. What do your think? – Have you got more Tucker material that ought to be filmed? – J.Z.
TUCKER, JEFFREY A., A Review of Ron Paul’s THE CASE FOR GOLD, from THE FREE MARKET, The Ludwig von Mises Institute, 3/88, in PP 787.
TUCKER, JEFFREY A., Black Monday and the Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p349. – Austrians have still to clarify their minds, in most cases, on what would happen to the business cycle under full monetary freedom, fully utilized by those fully informed on it. – J.Z.
TUCKER, Jeffrey A., review of Ludwig von Mises’ The Theory of Money and Credit, 2pp, 48x, in PP 740.
TUCKER, JEFFREY A., Review of: GREIDER, WILLIAM, Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 143. – Alas, the book’s author is merely a Keynesian. – J.Z.
TUCKER, JOHN RANDOLPH, The Tariff, 1882, 7 pp, 29x, in PP 602.
TUCKER, ROBERT W., A New Isolationism, review by R.A. CHILDS, 1p: 38, in PP 1468.
TUCKER, See: ARMAND, E., The Influence of Tucker’s Ideas in France, 1937, from FREE VISTAS, ed. by Joseph Ishill, 3pp: 203, in PP 501.
TUCKER, WILLIAM, Adam Smith and Business Interests, 1981, 3pp, in PP 935.
TUCKER, WILLIAM, Home Economics: The Housing Crisis that Overregulation Built, 1p excerpt from POLICY REVIEW: 85, in PP 1499.
TUFT, HELEN, Biographical Introduction to BORN, HELENA, Whitman’s Ideal Democracy and other writings, 1902, 25pp, in PP 1308: 94-101.
TUITION TAX CREDITS: KLAUSNER, MANUEL S., Tuition Tax Credits: A Debate Revived, 2pp, short version of an article in INFORM, in PP 1432/1439: 809. – Such limited and gradualist topics seem to be typical for “reason” articles in recent years. – I cannot become enthusiastic about any of them. If only, at least, the final freedom aim were always mentioned! – J.Z.
TULLOCK, GORDON, Competing Monies, JMB, 8/76, 7pp, in PP 793.
TULLOCK, GORDON, Public Choice and Regulation, CIS, 1983, 12pp, 36x, in PP 720.
TULLOCK, GORDON, The Political Economy of Slavery: Genovese and Davis, 12pp, in PP 984.
TULLOCK, GORDON, The Rhetoric and Reality of Income Redistribution, 1981, 21pp, CIS, 29x, in PP 396-397.
TUNDRA WIND, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
TUNDRA WIND, to ZUBE, JOHN, 22 July 86, 1p, with reply, 1 Aug. 86, 2pp, 29x, on panarchism, in PP 870.
TUNNEY, THOMAS J., Inspector, Throttled! The Detection of the German and Anarchist Bomb Plotters, as told to Paul Merrick Holllister, Boston, 1919, 289pp, in PP 1087.
TUNZELMANN, G.W. de, The Superstition Called Socialism, Philadelphia, 1911, indexed, 420pp, in PP 1078. Not a libertarian or anarchist book but critical of major types of socialism and of communist anarchism. – J.Z.
TURGOT, ANNE ROBERT JACQUES, baron d’Aulne, Reflections on the Formation and Distribution of Riches, 1766, 1770, 1898, 1914, here in the economic classics edition of W.J. Ashley, 134pp, with an introductory note by Du Pont de Nemours, 1p, and a 13 pp introduction, apparently by W.J. Ashley, in PP 1162.
TURNBAUGHT, ROY, Harry Elmer Barnes and WW I Revisionism: An Absence of Dialogue, PEACE & CHANGE 5, Fall 78, 63-69, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p799, headed: Harry Elmer Barnes and Revisionism.
TURNBULL SHANN, New Money Sources and Profit Motives for Democratising the Wealth of Nations, or: Democratising the wealth of nations from new Money Sources and Profit Motives (different title on outside cover from inside cover), 128pp, 1975, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, A Design for an Ecological World Government, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, A Do-It-Yourself Approach to Equitable World Development, 92, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Articles by Shann Turnbull in ‘WORLD CITIZEN NEWS’, by 1994, 1p, list only, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Building a Stakeholder Democracy, 5pp, 1994, in PP 471/472p411. – Alas, even he is opposed to employees buying out their employer. Assets are to be transferred to employees as if they had earned them, in his version of the KELSO PLAN. Addiction to one utopia causes wilful blindness towards rightful alternatives to it. – J.Z.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Bundesbank World Governance? 92, 1/2p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Corporate Control: A New Role for Unions? Nov. 94, from NETWORK, published by the Labour Council of NSW, 2pp, in PP 500. – I recognize neither an old, present nor future role for unions, except for the deception or self-deception of their members and to deprive others of their rights, legally or illegally. – J.Z.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Creating a Community Currency, 1982, Rural Banking, G.P.E. Network Contribution of 2.9.85, 7pp, 29x, in PP 586/587.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Creating a Community Currency, abstract of 1981 article, 2pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Denationalized Money or: How we should set up a new money system, 1979, 4pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Distributing Wealth without Taxes, 85, 5pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Ecological World Money, n.d., 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Employee Ownership and International Competitiveness, 94, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Financing a Social Economy, n.d., 3pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Finding a cure for the British disease, 1977 clipping, 1p, on the Kelso & related plans, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Green Economics, 1990, 3pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, How to Make Unemployment Irrelevant, 94, 4pp, in PP 1198. – When millions of people are prevented from supporting themselves by exchanging their labour products and services for those of others, it is very relevant in many spheres. It can even lead to despotism, terrorism, wars and civil wars. – J.Z., 12.6.98.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Inflation and the Reserve Bank, letter, 1979, 1p, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Land Is Not for Owning, n.d., 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, O.K., call it civilized capitalism, 1p, letter to the editor, 16.11.93, in PP 1143.
TURNBULL, SHANN, On taxation policy, 1979, 3pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Ownership: Never For Ever, 90, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Reforming World Banking: A Step towards True Democracy, 94, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Selected Bibliography, May 1994, on the Reform of: ownership (corporations), ownership (employees only), ownership (land and housing), government (private and public sectors), money and banking, economic systems, economic theory, 8pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Seminar Briefing: Stakeholder Democracy, short review, 1/2p, by Amanda Davidson, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Submissions on Monetary Freedom, to the Campbell Enquiry, 47pp, 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, The Cost of World Government, n.d., 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, The New System which Is Emerging, 91, 3pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Transforming Society, 92, 3pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, What’s Wrong with Economics? n.d., 4pp, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Wheat Money, letter, 1p, n.d., 24x, in PP 145-146.
TURNBULL, SHANN, Why Ecological Ownership Makes Sense, n.d., 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, World Bank Is in the Wrong Business, 92, 1p, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, World Corporate Code Needed to save Capitalism, 1p, 92, in PP 1198.
TURNBULL, SHANN, World Kilowatt Dollars: Money of the Future, 92, 1/2p, in PP 1198. – The KW has and probably always will have a different value at different times of the day and in different places. – J.Z.
TURNER, DENNIS, How to Profit from the Coming Mid-East War, The Counter-Economy Papers No. 2, 75, 4pp, in PP 1345/46: 12. – I hold that it would have been more important to analyse basic causes, especially exclusive and coercive territorialism, monetary despotism and collective responsibility notions and to discuss the freedom alternatives: exterritorial autonomy for all volunteer communities, full monetary freedom, its principles and techniques and individual responsibility and its application in international affairs, leading to a new kind of international law and laws of warfare, resistance and liberation efforts. To financially profit from such atrocities and miseries is not a sufficient consolation, at least not for me. – J.Z., 24.9.96.
TURNER, TOM, Publishing History of the Personal Rights Association, 3pp, 36x, in PP 561.
TURNING TIDE PRODUCTIONS, Amherst, 1p release on documentary on women in the Spanish Revolution, in PP 1170. (I would rather have them study what monetary freedom could do for the employment of women and their earnings, now, and for those of their children, in voluntary, educational and training work, for as many hours as they like in a week. J.Z.)
TWAIN, MARK, A Mysterious Visit. A send-up of revenuers, 2pp, n.d., 829, in PP 1457/62.
TWAIN, MARK, Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven, written when? Published years later in Harper’s Magazine, Dec. 1907 & Jan. 1908. Here, alas, only in an abridged and edited edition, 34pp, in PP 1113. The full text is wanted for filming. – J.Z. From a comment: “In its original, primitive nakedness it would hardly have done even in this day of wider toleration.”
TWAIN, MARK, Eight Humorous Sketches, n.d., in LBB No. 231, Appeal Pocket Series, 64pp, in PP 1224.
TWAIN, MARK, The War Prayer, 1923, 1982, here on only 5 sheets, in PP 957.
TWO-PARTY SYSTEM: PAUL, RON, Working through the Two-Party System, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1010.
TYACK, DAVID & BERKOWITZ, MICHAEL, The Man Nobody Liked: Toward A Social History of the Truant Officer, 1840-1940, AMERICAN QUARTERLY 29, Spring 77, 31-58, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p307, headed: Truant Officers as Scapegoats.
TYLER, GALEN, Power Politics, letter, 1p: 2, in PP 1478.
TYLOR, J.J., Tithe and Rent, as they affect the Hop Trade, 1889, 2pp, Cobden Club leaflet, in PP 1101.
TYPEWRITERS, ELECTRICAL, demise? 88 clipping, page 515, in PP 907-910.
TYRANNICIDE, PP 1 & 2, 12, 223, 330, 349, 404, 411, 730, 916, 925, 1052-61 (LA Foreign Policy Perspectives 15), 1108.
TYRANNY OF POLITICS, PP 411 & 418/19p48.
TYRANNY OF SOCIALISM, PP 324.
TYRANNY, PP 174 – 176, 975, 1092, 1132. Compare ON PANARCHY on the tyranny of territorialism, and PP 16-18, 61-63, 399 – 401, on the tyranny of nuclear strength policies and nuclear deterrents. See also under COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY, AIR RAIDS, indiscriminate ones,
TYRELL, MARTIN, Sanctions Shore up Apartheid, 3pp, in PP 925.
TYSON, DAVID, Note on James L. Walker, 2pp, in PP 961.
TYSON, ROBERT C., Investing in Yourself, 7pp: 64, in PP 1529-33.
U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, Cheating on Taxes. A Worldwide Pursuit, 8pp: 202, in PP 1506/07. – Is “cheating” the right term for believers in property rights and opponents of compulsory taxes? – J.Z.
UDE, JOHANNES, O.H., Du sollst nicht toeten! (morden! J.Z.), 2 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 42. Ueber UDE, JOHANNES, Geniale Persoenlichkeiten. – Was ist so genial darin, einen mehr als 2,000 Jahre alten Irrtum, immer noch als eine bedeutende Wahrheit zu verkuenden? – J.Z.
UFOs: BEHRENDT, KENNETH W., Is there a UFO in YOUR Future? 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1187. – FAWCETT, GEORGE D., UFO Repetitions. A Challenge to Scientific Investigations, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 1377.
UHLER, LEWIS, U.S. Progress in Tax Limitation, 1990, 12pp: 87, in PP 1515.
UHR, JOHN, Civil Rights and Natural Rights, a comment on L. Chipman, 4pp, in QUADRANT, 36x, in PP 418-419, p145.
UKRAINE, Artificial Famine, 1932/33, PP 786.
UKRAINIAN CONGRESS COMMITTE OF AMERICA, Illinois Devision, We Accuse, in Memory of the 35 Million Ukrainians who Perished from 1920 until 1985 under the Horrible Occupation by Soviet Russia, the Present Disguise of Traditional Russian Imperialism, n.d., 2pp leaflet, in PP 1255. – Alas, they had all too many collaborators with the totalitarian regime among their countrymen and too few lovers of ALL liberties. It is always easier to blame a “foreign” regime than oneself. – J.Z.
ULLMANN-MARGALIT, EDNA, Invisible-Hand Explanations, SYNTHESE 39, 1978, 263-291, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p604, headed: Spontaneous Order in Human Action.
ULMER, MELVILLE J., Old and New Fashions in Employment and Inflation Theory, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES 13, Mar. 79, 1-18, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p682, headed: Inflation and Unemployment. – Typically, legal tender and the central bank’s issue monopoly are not seen and discussed as the main causes of inflation and mass unemployment, but merely the motives for using them. – J.Z.
ULSTER – AMERICAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION, a 5pp introduction, with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1,034.
ULSTER, A Different View, PP 925. – To me they are all territorialist views and as such all too far off the mark. – J.Z.
ULTIMATE QUESTIONS, PP 199. (H.Spencer).
ULTRASCHALL: Ultraschall ortet Hirngeschwuelste, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 247. – Schoen waere ein Apparat mit dem man “Ideengeschwuelste” entdecken koennte. Vgl. mein Vorschlag ueber ein Lexikon der besten Widerlegungen populaerer Vorurteile. Daran muessten aber Tausende mitarbeiten, um genuegende gegenseitige Widerlegungen zu erreichen. – J.Z. 8.7.96.
UN, Declaration of the Rights of the Child, 20.11.59, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 373.
UN, PP 6, 696 (LA Foreign Policy Perspectives 3), 729, as: FORUM FOR MURDERERS, 957, 1028/29, 1089, see World State, World Federation, On Panarchy. Disunited Territorial Governments – would be a more correct name. – J.Z. See also under UNITED NATIONS.
UN: CODDINGTON, DEBORAH, UN World Disorder, 1p, in PP 1336/39: 373.
UN: RASCOE, BURTON, UN Information Please, 2pp, in PP 1411/12: 18.
UNBOUND, A Capitalist Publication, I/1, Nov. 71, 6pp, contains a 3pp article by BUKAL, ED, Free Market Banking, in PP 1089.
UNCENSORED POLAND NEWS BULLETIN, No. 5/86, 20 March 86, 42pp, sample, in PP 851. Sometimes the unofficial censorship, through ignorance and prejudice or vested interest, is even worse, or just as bad. J.Z., 9.1.94.
UNDERGROUND COMMUNITIES, See: LEAMING-BEY, HUGO PROSPER, Hidden Americans. Maroons of Virginia and the Carolinas, 1979, 678pp, in PP 1447/49. See also under KOEHNLINE, JAMES.
UNDERGROUND ECONOMY, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The Subterranean Economy, review, 3pp, of: BAWLY, DAN, The Subterranean Economy, McGraw-Hill, 187pp: 329, in PP 1529-33.
UNDERGROUND ECONOMY: PAUL, RON, The Underground Economy, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 857. – See: Countereconomics, Black Market.
UNDERGROUND SHELTERS: PHELPS, JIM, Tech-War, Gimme Shelter, Part II, 2pp on self-built shelters, largely underground: 1270. Part III, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1314.
UNDERGROUND SOCIETIES, PP 932, 1088.
UNDERWOOD, B.F., Herbert Spencer’s Synthetic Philosophy, n.d., 38pp, in PP 496.
UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE FORMATION OF CAPITAL, PP 393.
UNEMPLOYMENT AS A PROBLEM OF TURNOVER CREDIT AND THE SUPPLY OF MEANS OF PAYMENT, PP 41, 347/48, 369,
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION SYSTEM, PP 997. Involuntary mass unemployment is man-made, by human ignorance and prejudice and is as such not a modest, regular & insurable risk. Stupid and violent interventionism has driven it up, in extreme cases, to 80 %. If funds were reserved for it – that would cause unemployment. If they were invested and then suddenly recalled, for payouts, that would cause more unemployment, too. Such payments cause unemployment among the tax payers and the tax recipients. The only rational way to deal with it is by prevention, mainly by monetary freedom, as the most important and most ignored aspect of economic freedom, free enterprise, free trade, free markets and free pricing, – AND by free exchange in every respect – among all those able and willing to manage it for themselves. The others would, sooner or later, follow their example, even when not understanding it. – J.Z.
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, See: THORNE, RAYMOND P., Paying People Not To Work: The Unemployment Compensation System, NCPA Policy Report No. 133, 1988, Dallas, 38pp, in PP 997. See also the writings of Ulrich von Beckerath on this subject, especially in PP 10 and his BERLIN PROGRAMME. Mass unemployment, arbitrarily caused by the government, is not an insurable risk. Attempts to levy and lay-by reserves for it and to cash them when needed, cause MORE unemployment. – J.Z.
UNEMPLOYMENT IS MAINLY THE RESULT OF CURRENCY MANIPULATION! PP 420.
UNEMPLOYMENT, ABOLITION, PP 9-12, 41, 334, 347/8,, 381, 428ff (S277, 2311, 4195), 490, 544, 545, 586/87, 609, 696, 731, 802, 803, 890 (Georgist notion), 918, 925, 996, 1006, 1020, 1034, 1038, 1102, 1146/7,
UNEMPLOYMENT, BRAINSTORMING ON, PP 630 & 645.
UNEMPLOYMENT, How To Replace Unemployment & Under-Employment by Full Employment & Over-Employment, to the extent that they Are Wanted? 1974, 7pp, in PP 420 & 545.
UNEMPLOYMENT, How Would Monetary Freedom Rid Us of Unemployment? PP 420. Compare also The Soft Option, in PP 19 b.
UNEMPLOYMENT, MACHINES & AUTOMATION, See: BANDOCH, WILLIAM V., Jr. & BLOCK, WALTER, Do Technological Improvements Create Unemployment? 1p, from CHALCEDON REPORT, Sep. 97: 199, in PP 1470.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: BECKERATH, ULRICH VON; RITTERSHAUSEN, HEINRICH; ZANDER, WALTER; TIMM, UWE.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: Crises, Deflations, Human Rights, Inflation, Monetary Despotism, Monetary Freedom, Stagflation.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: JARRATT, PHIL, The Jobless Generation, 5pp, 1980, in PP 1408: 121. By 96 there were 1 billion un- & underemployed in the world! Has anyone of them or their families or of their sympathizers shown any interest in the monetary freedom solution? – J.Z.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: KURT ZUBE’S view, in relation to the land, money monopoly and open cooperatives, PP 810 (G).
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Doing Something about Unemployment, 3pp, in PP 1430/31: 62.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Full Employment and Monetary Policy, 1957, 6pp: 43, in PP 1480.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Unemployment and the Height of Wage Rates, 1961, 5pp: 40, in PP 1480.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SEMMENS, JOHN, Make-Work Won’t Work, 9pp: 428.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SENESE, DONALD J., Government Intervention Creates Chaos, Not Jobs, 9pp: 269, in PP 1529-33.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Unemployment in Puerto Rico, 11pp: 407, in PP 1529- 33. – Hundreds of millions in the misery of unemployment in the world – and this although it could be abolished, within days, through the introduction and use of full monetary freedom. But so far there exists no ready channel and market for such truths. One cannot sell them at any price, least of all to the unemployed themselves. – J.Z., 14.11.98.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Unemployment, 1p: 521, in PP 1529-33. – No hint towards the effects of monetary despotism here. – J.Z.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: TIMM, UWE, Arbeitslosigkeit – kein unabwendbares Schicksal, 5 S.: 73, in PP 1456.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: ZUBE, JOHN, How the Unemployed Could End Unemployment Themselves:… in PP 1446.
UNEMPLOYMENT, See: ZUBE, JOHN, The Soft Option, in PP 19B.
UNEMPLOYMENT, Some Notes on Cause & Cure of Unemployment, 30pp, 1985/86, in PP 645.
UNEMPLOYMENT, TRUSTEE ACTS & INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS, PP 300.
UNGER, ROSALYN, In the Name of Reason? 1970, 2pp, on Peter Caw: The Struct…, LA Philosophical Notes No. 14, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.
UNGER, WALTER, Four Law Drafts, co-author, with Beckerath, Rittershausen, Ramin, Meis, Munzer & Zander, 97pp, 24x, in PP 40. (He was murdered in one of the Nazi’s extermination camps. – J.Z.)
UNILATERAL NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT, PP 1, 2, 3, 6, 16-18, 61-63, 399 – 401, 1052-61 (LA Foreign Policy Perspectives 17). See Collective Responsibility, War Aims, Deterrence, Disarmament by the People, Militia, Tyrannicide, Captive People as Allies, Governments in Exile, Tyrannicide, Liberation, Revolutionary Warfare, Nuclear War Threat, Accidental Nuclear War, Power, Decision on War and Peace. The decision on whether mankind is to survive or not must not be left within a few hands, within anybody’s hands. Remember: Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Compare Rothbard: War, Peace & the State.
UNION FASCISM, PP 290, 371, 418/19p288, 490, 925. See: COLLISON, WILLIAM, The Apostle of Free Labour, in PP 550.
UNION MONOPOLY, PP 550, 1005.
UNIONISM, COMPULSORY, PP 420. See also Student Unions.
UNIONS & INFLATION, PP 309.
UNIONS & PENSION FUNDS AND SUPERANNUATION FUNDS, PP 599. See also Trustee Acts.
UNIONS & PRIVATIZATION, PP 723.
UNIONS & UNEMPLOYMENT, Hayek reviewed, PP 925.
UNIONS, A HISTORY OF ORGANIZED FELONY AND FOLLY, PP 1005.
UNIONS, PP 550, 925, 1005, 1132, 1153. See Collective Bargaining, Strikes.
UNIONS, See 6 contributions, by V. Orval Watts, John W. Scoville, The Wall Street Journal and Ralph de Toledano, 463pp, in PP 1,005.
UNIONS, See: BECHARA, DENNIS, Unions and Government Employment, 9pp: 533, in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., Unionism Revisited, 10pp: 542,in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN, The State of the Unions, 5pp: 16,n PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: EVANS, LINCOLN, Sir, Responsible Trade Unionism? 8pp, 68, in PP 1450.
UNIONS, See: GREAVES, PERCY L., Jr., On Labor Unions, 7pp: 476,in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: LEE, DWIGHT R., Labour Unions Aggravate Inflation by Lowering Wages, 3pp: 262, in PP 1529-3. – While union-caused labour inefficiencies could increase prices and lower purchasing power, they have nothing to do with the monetary causes of lasting price increases: Legal tender and the paper money issue monopoly. Typically, this article does not contain a word on these. – J.Z.
UNIONS, See: NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK FOUNDATION, Foundation Action in the News, 1978, 8pp of clippings on significant fights of William F. Buckley, Jr., in PP 1076.
UNIONS, See: PETRO, SYLVESTER, Competition, Unions & Antitrust, 30pp: 2, in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: POST, LOUIS F., The Open Shop and the Closed Shop, 1912, 31pp, in PP 959.
UNIONS, See: REYNOLDS, MORGAN O., Unions and Violence, 9pp: 372, in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Ideological Roots of Unionism, 14pp: 514, in PP 1529-33.
UNIONS: BALL, JOSEPH H., The Union Drive for Power, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 241.
UNIONS: CALLAWAY, HOWARD, Unions, Tariffs and the British Economy, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 50.
UNIONS: FRIEDMAN, ROBIN, Unions Do Not Make Inflation! 2pp, in PP 1425: 10.
UNITA, Declaration of the Central Committee of UNITA to the Angolan Nation, n.d., 12pp, 29x, in PP 698. Territorial governmentalists, of whatever colour and shade, won’t bring freedom to Angola, either. – J.Z.
UNITED LIBERTARIAN FELLOWSHIP, Golden Door Project, a 4pp appeal in favour of Boat People, 24x, in PP 80-82.
UNITED NATIONS, see PAUL, JEFF, United Nations? Or Council of Criminals? 2pp, 1972, New Right Coalition, in PP 1089. See also under UN.
UNITED NATIONS, see: WATTS, V. ORVAL, Should we Strengthen the United Nations? 1960, 42pp, in PP 957.
UNITED NATIONS, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, published only as a contrast, 48x, in PP 589/590.
UNITED REPUBLICANS OF CALIFORNIA, Be It Resolved…, A 4 pp criticism of Reagan, 29x, in PP 676.
UNITED STATES COINAGE AND CURRENCY LAWS, 49pp indexed survey in SOUND CURRENCY 1896, over the years 1792-1890, 24x, in PP 350-354.
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service: FEES AND CHARGES HANDBOOK, Guidelines for Recreation and Heritage Conservation Agencies, 1979, 78pp, with a select bibliography, 24x, in PP 76 C. – The U.S. government is advising voluntary associations on how to apply private enterprise principles and practices in this important sphere! A nice turn-around from libertarians trying to teach politicians and bureaucrats some economics. Some men in power do actually realize that they have taken on more responsibilities than they can responsibly handle. – J.Z.
UNITED STATES v. MONONGAHELA BRIDGE CO., 1863, on bridge toll tickets, 1p, 29x, in PP 731. – Free banking discussion.
UNITED STATES vs. AARON VAN AUKEN, 1878, 2pp. On jurisdiction regarding monetary freedom, 29x, in PP 905. – Free banking discussion.
UNIVERSAL HOUSE OF JUSTICE, The Promise of World Peace, 16pp, in PP 274, a BAHAI Statement.
UNIVERSAL INSTRUCTOR, THE, Chicago, formerly THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, published by Alexander Eulenspiegel = Robert Shea, No. 33 = Sep. 12, 1970; No. 35 = Jan. 9, 71; 10pp, in PP 1298.
UNIVERSAL LIFE CHURCH, THE, A New Dimension in Living, Aptos, Cal., undated, introductory 9 pp, for freedom through church organization, in PP 1,021.
UNIVERSITIES, PRIVATE: BOND UNIVERSITY, Queensland, a private university, 10pp, in PP 1430/31: 274.
UNIVERSITIES, PRIVATIZED: TAYLOR, MICHAEL, Privatise the Universities! 1p, in PP 1336/39: 379.
UNIVERSITIES, See: EDUCATION.
UNIVERSITIES, See: HOOD, JOHN, Why College Costs Are Rising, 5pp, THE FREEMAN, November 1988, in PP 1323: 121. – PP 1409/10: 5pp 411.
UNIVERSITIES, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, The Academy vs. the Marketplace, 19pp: 402, in PP 1529- 33.
UNIVERSITIES, See: KOCH, CHARLES & PEARSON, GEORGE, A Model for Private Colleges,
UNIVERSITIES, See: NOCK, ALBERT JAY, The Ideal University, 1p from his editorial: The Vanishing University, in The Freeman Book, 1924, in PP 1418 : 5.
UNIVERSITIES, See: PP 324, 369, 412 (pp121 & 184), 418/19(pp329 & 334), 424, 722/3,
UNIVERSITIES, See: VOSSLAMBER, RENE, Justice, Freedom & Tertiary Education Funding in New Zealand, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 380.
UNIVERSITY LIBERTARIAN, THE, An Independent Journal of University Anarchism, Manchester, Dec. 1955, 18pp, in PP 998.
UNIVERSITY MICROFILMS, UMI REPRINTS, in Photocopies & on microfilm. J.Z.’s selection from one of its numerous 1988 lists, one of over 110,000 titles: 20pp, in PP 1512: 140-159. – I wish someone had the energy and interest to browse through all of University Microfilm’s numerous catalogues in search of such titles. Why be content with the few titles temporarily and expensively offered in print? J.Z.
UNIVERSITY MICROFILMS, UMI, Out of Print Books, 1988/9 Author Guide on Microfiche, which provides XEROX copy access, upon demand, to over 114,000 o.o.p. titles from UMI’s microfilm copies. Here only a 16pp extract of titles that are of some libertarian interest. The guide does no appear to state whether they are offered on microfilm, too, and whether this is done at a more competitive price. In PP 907-910.
UNKNOWN, ALBERT THE, “Some Problems with Egoism” and its Critics, 1p, in PP 1323: 83. See: BEST, BEN.
UNPO NEWS, Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization’s Official Quarterly Publication, sample, III/7, Jan.-Apr.96, 20pp, in PP 1358. – Alas, still without a trace of panarchism! A voluntaristic and exterritorialistic autonomy program for all minority groups and communities could sufficiently unite or federate them for effective publicity and other actions. So far, their territorialist ambitions are still part of the problem rather than the solution. Moreover, they remain quite uninformed about this defect in their thinking and unwilling to learn about it. They are still only at the stage were religious dissenters and nonconformists were when they merely demanded separate territories for themselves instead of religious tolerance or religious liberty. – At best they put it, like some Tamil freedom fighters once did at a Humanist Society discussion in Sydney, into the category of unrealistic and utopian or wishful thinking. These “realists” ignore centuries, if not thousands of years of personal law, capitulations, religious tolerance and consular jurisdiction traditions, as well as current practices in natural sciences, technology & lifestyles. PEACE PLANS is probably still the only publication that takes a realistic view of this option. See especially my ON PANARCHY sub-series. – Ron Hubbard, the SF writer & founder of “scientology” wrote of brains being programmed by “engrams” and need de-programming. Previously, one spoke of “fixed ideas”. Beckerath pointed out this phenomenon with an analogy: It is as if people would first have to grow new brain cells for new ideas. – Quoting him merely from memory. That seems to take forever with some. – However, in practice, the Tamil tigers have recently established some rather popular parallel institutions in liberated areas, like courts dispensing justice fast and cheap – also honestly. – J.Z.
UNPOLITISCHE IDEENPRUEFUNG: Prof. Wilhelm Orthner fordert sie, Bericht in Ob.-Oest. Nachrichten, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 282.
UNSTERBLICHE LEBENSWEISHEIT, China, 1 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 159. Die meisten dieser Art von Schaetzen, die in 14,000 – 15,000 Zitatenbuechern mehr oder weniger begraben sind, sollten systematisch ans Licht gebracht werden, insbesondere diejenigen, die die Freiheitsmoeglichkeiten erkannten. Durch “scanning” koennten sie alle in einem Werk vereinigt und dann systematisch durchgesehen werden, fuer bestimmte Ideen, Beobachtungen, Vorschlaege und Argumente. Daran koennten Tausende mitwirken. Vergl. meine SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY Enzyklopaedia. – J.Z.
UNTERGUGGENBERGER, MICH., Das Woergler Schwundgeld eingezogen, 1934, 4 S., 24x, in PP 347-348.
UNTERGUGGENBERGER, MICHAEL, The End Results of the Woergl Experiment, 1934, 2pp, 36x, in PP 769.
UNWIN, J.D., Hopousia or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society, 1940, indexed, 475 pp, including: HUXLEY, ALDOUS, Introduction, 17pp, in PP 1364: 1-110.
UNWIN, J.D., Our Economic Problems and their Solution, 1944, 148pp, an extract from “Hopousia”, but rearranged, in PP 1398: 1. – It advocates some monetary freedom and has been all too long out of print, although the number of unemployed and underemployed has by now reached 1 billion! But so far not even one in a million of these victims shows a serious interest in monetary despotism as the main cause and in monetary freedom as the main cure. – J.Z.
UPDATE LETTER from ISIL, Vincent H. Miller, June 16,97, 1p, with the new address, in PP 1440/42: 598.
UPDATE of the Libertarian Movement, IV/3, March 84, 8pp, in PP 279.
UPDATE, Editorial, Burning Questions for Libertarian Radicals. Statism as a system, 1p, in PP 277/278: 237. – “There is no excuse for defeatism or inaction. Opportunities for advancing human liberty abound…” – Start with trying to list all of them and coordinators or clearing centers for all of them! Begin to establish a real market for freedom ideas and activities. Compare PP 20/21 & 183. Use also the GLOBAL IDEAS BANK on the Internet, established there by NICOLAS ALBERY & his INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INVENTIONS. – Towards a general free market through special free markets. – J.Z.
UPDATE, Editorial, Nuclear Weapons-Free Zones, 1/2 p, in PP 277/278: 115. – Why stop there? – But one has to begin asking: Should libertarians or anarchists ever arm themselves with nuclear mass murder devices against any other somewhat rational beings? – J.Z., 10/97.
UPDATE, Editorial: The Nuclear Freeze Is a Libertarian Issue, 1p, in PP 277/278: 104. – Even unilateral nuclear disarmament, by suitably trained, armed and organized citizens, and by soldiers and officers themselves, is, even though too few libertarians recognized this so far. – J.Z.
UPDATE, See: WELLES, DERRICK, “ED”, Smeare: The Story of UPDATE – Part I, 4pp:203. Part II, 2pp: 214, Part III, 1p:223, in PP 1312/1314. – ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Crane’s Grand Design for UPDATE, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 205. – Instead of fighting each other, libertarian newsletters should supplement each other, permanently, on fiche. – J.Z.
UPDATE, Washington, published by THE LIBERTARIAN REVIEW, 24 issues, 81 – 84, incomplete, 248pp, in PP 277/278: 1-248. Issues: I/1-6; II/1-12; III/1-2, 4-6, 8; IV/2. IV/3, March 84, 8pp, in PP 279: 117.
UPPER HOUSES, PP 370.
UPRIGHT OSTRICH, THE, Oct. 88 to Jan. 89, sample issues, Vol. VII, No. 9 to Vol. VIII, No 1, ed. by Peggy Poor, 56pp, in PP 817, Feb. 89 – April 89 (VIII/2 – VIII/4), 64pp, in PP 849. May – Oct. 89 issues, Vol VII, Nos. 5-9, 120 pp, in PP 903. Some Pages from U.O., June-Nov. 88, recently sent by Robert Sagehorn, 10pp, in PP 817. Exchange advertisement, in 817, 818, 821-823, 827-829, 833, 835, 838, 846, 848-852, 852, 864, 865, 866, & probably in others, overlooked for this listing.
URACH, ALOIS, Energie aus der Luftwaerme, Besprechung, 1 S., in Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-1332: 49. Erfindungen, Neue Energiequellen.
URALES, FREDERICO, La Anarquia en el Ateneo de Madrid, 32pp, in Spanish, supplied by ANTONIO of JURA BOOKS, 29x, in PP 921.
URANIUM MINING, PP 725,
URBACH, PETER, Is Any of Popper’s Arguments against Historicism Valid? BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, 29, 1978, 117-130, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p483, headed: Popper vs. Historicism.
URBAN ALTERNATIVES NEWSLETTER, Worthington, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 372. Insert to GREEN REVOLUTION. Neither date nor volume nor number are indicated. 4pp: 422. 2pp: 463. 2pp: 513. 2pp: 579. 2pp: 619. 2pp: 657. 2pp: 683. 2pp: 803.
URBAN PROBLEMS, see CITIES.
URBAN RENEWAL: How to Revive a City, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 356.
URBAN, ANDREW, Want to make sure every criminal has 15 minutes of infamy, 1p clipping, n.d., no source, in PP 1378/81: 478. – See: PUNISHMENT; PRISONS, CRIME.
UROFSKY, MELVIN I., Proposed Federal Incorporation in the Progressive Era, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY 26, April 82, 160-183, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1872, headed: Corporation Law & the Progressive Era.
US COALITION FOR LIFE, leaflet, with a declaration of purpose, 2pp, in PP 1121. Against abortion.
US NEWS & WORLD REPORT, Into battle against drugs. Are drugs crippling America’s armed forces? 79, 2pp, in PP 1395: 72.
USA CONSTITUTION, 958. See CONGRESS, POWER OF, CONSTITUTIONALISM. USA, CRIMES OF THE US GOVERNMENT, 1776 – 1993, PP 1151.
USE & BEAUTY, PP 830.
USE-INHERITANCE, Some Light on, PP 199.
USELTON, GENE C., The Reindividualization of America – Let’s Choose the Right Goal, 1p: 4, in PP 1469.
USIC Educational Foundation, Prize Winning Editorials, 1978, 15pp, in PP 925.
UST, DANIEL C. to CASTLEMAN, D., Business, 2pp: 174, in PP1466/67. – In defence of business.
UST, DANIEL, notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
USURPATIONS, PP 583.
USURY, DEFENCE OF, Bentham, French in 778-783, English in PP 890.
USURY, PP 731, 905, 972, see INTEREST, USURY, See BENTHAM, J., In Defence of Usury & MARK, JEFFREY, The Modern Idolatry (against, usual pop views).
USURY, See: ABBOTT, F.E., The Abolition of Interest Unjust and Impossible. No rate escessive if the booty is “equally shared”, 2pp: 12, in PP 1481. – TUCKER, BENJAMIN R., The Sin of Usury, ca. 3pp, from THE INDEX, Oct. 23rd, and Nov. 6th, 1873: 112, in PP 1481.
USURY, See: CALVIN, JOHN, Sermon on Usury, 1556, 23pp: 378, in PP 1506/07.
USURY, See: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Wert, Privileg, Wucher, 5 S., 1933: 6, in PP 1455. THE WORD, published by Ezra Heywood.
USURY, See: PARIS, ALEXANDER P., Usury Laws, 6pp: 262, in PP 1506/07.
USURY: OF USURIE, an ancient text, 8pp, by? title? in PP 972.
UTAS, I.L., Manifest, 1965, 2pp, 29x, in PP 896. (To me most peace lovers and activists appear to be their own worst enemies and the ones who need enlightenment most. J.Z.)
UTILITARIANISM, PP 1011.
UTILITARIANISM: AMADOR, JORGE, Utility vs. Morality, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1661.
UTILITY MONOPOLIES, PP 1104. See Monopolies, Post Office, Energy Production, Roads, Railways, Fire Brigades, Libraries, Quangos, Territorialism, Competition, etc.
UTLEY, T.E. & UDAL, JOHN, Vouchers for Education, 9pp, 98, in PP 1450.
UTOPIANISM, See: ANON., Reflexionen ueber Herrschaftslosigkeit und Utopie, 7 S.: 43, in PP 1477.
UTOPIANS, COERCIVE, PP 242, 604, 1117,
UTOPIAS, ANARCHISTIC, PP 766, 872,
UTOPIAS, LIBERTARIAN, PP 20/21, 420, 650. See Theodore Hertzka, FREELAND & TRAVEL TO FREELAND.
UTOPIAS, PP 700 (Fairhope), 814 (Kaweah), 864, 921 (Clousden Hill), 1017, 1061, 1142, see Stelton.
UTOPIAS, See: GIDE, CHARLES, Communist and Co-Operative Colonies, 1929, indexed, 222pp, in PP 1198. Descriptions of some anarchist colonies are included.
UTOPIAS, See: GRAHAME, STEWART, Where Socialism Failed, An Actual Experiment, with illustrations, 1912, indexed, 378pp, in PP 1317: 1- 68. On the “New Australia” and “Cosme” experiments in Paraguay, originated by William Lane and his followers. With some details on the Labour Cheque system of Cosme. Even in the jungle they could not escape the consequences of their wrong principles. – J.Z.
UTOPIAS, See: HOSPERS, JOHN, Freedom and Utopias, 15pp: 418. – There are pro-freedom utopias as well. Alas, they constitute only a small fraction of the lot. One more reason to sufficiently publish all of these. – J.Z.
UTOPIAS, See: LOCKWOOD, GEORGE B., The New Harmony Movement, 1905, 1970, 416pp, with index and bibliography, in PP 1309: 1-105.
UTOPISM, 604, 668, 838, 1142.
UWE TIMM, In Zusammenhaengen denken und handeln, Uwe Timm im Gespraech mit Peter Peterson, 13 S., in PP 1408: 80.
UYL, DOUGLAS DEN, Freedom and Virtue, REASON PAPERS No. 5, Winter 79, 1-12, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p812, headed: Freedom and Virtue.
V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V
VACCARO, SALVO, Revolution, 3pp, in PP 471/472p170.
VACCARO, VERONICA, Charles-Auguste Bontemps & Social Individualism, with a comment by S.E. Parker, 2pp, in PP 1423: 14.
VACCINATION, COMPULSORY & MORALITY, 199, 403.
VACCINATION, COMPULSORY? See: SPRAGUE, KEN & DEE, in PP 1386/91.
VAERTING, M.T., Zwischen Staat und Ueberstaat, 8 S., Auszug aus: “Machtzuwachs des Staates, Untergang des Menschen”, 1952, hauptsaechlich ueber “Wehrpflicht”, in PP 1351.
VAILLANT, Vaillants Rede for seinen Richtern, 2 S., in PP 1322: 31. – Er machte in 1893 einen Bombenanschlag auf die franzoesische Kammer und wurde 1894 hingerichted. – Individuelle Staatsaustrittserklaerungen sind rechtmaessig und, auf lange Sicht, effektiver als Bomben, insbesondere wenn begleitet von einem libertaeren Programme das den Namen verdient. – J.Z., 10/97.
VAINBERG, S., Le Cours Force des Billets de Banque es ses consequences juridiques, par S. Vainberg, avocat, Paris, 1874, 19pp, in PP 973. (A defence rather than an attack upon legal tender and as such even rarer than attacks upon it. J.Z.)
VALENCIA, LORRAINE M., notes on panarchism, in TC 123-155, with comments by J. Zube, in ON PANARCHY, No. XVI, 126pp, 29x, in PP 901.
VALLETTE, CLAUDE, Ehre den Faelschern, 1 S., in PP 1290/91: 10. – Faelscher der “resistance”, die nur Dokumente faelschten, die von totalitaeren Regimen verlangt wurden.
VALUATION OF EVIDENCE, PP 830. (H.Spencer).
VALUE OF LIFE COMMITTEE, Brighton, Life? When Did Your Life Begin? 2pp, in PP 1121.
VALUE PRESERVING CLAUSES, PP 428ff:S120, 337,
VALUE THEORY, PP 83 – 84, 290, 301, 631 (Pearce), 864, 1052-61 (LA Philosophical Notes 17), 1112, 1115. Compare FREE CHOICE OF VALUE STANDARDS, SUBJECTIVE VALUE THEORY, see CARL MENGER, AUSTRIAN ECONOMICS.
VALUE THEORY, See: SMART, WILLIAM, An Introduction to the Theory of Value, on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Boehm-Bawerk, 1891, 1910, 1914, 1920, 1923, 1926, 114pp, indexed, in PP 1243/44.
VALUE THEORY: HARPER, F.A., An Introduction to Value Theory, 1974, 16pp, ed. & publ. by I.H.S., in PP 1417: 7.
VALUN INSTITUTE FOR MONETARY FREEDOM, To Avert Inflation Chaos, 3pp, 1943 letter by E.C. Riegel, president, 24x in PP 79.
VALUN INSTITUTE FOR MONETARY RESEARCH, The Approaching Monetary Crisis, 4pp, ca. 1943, based on E.C. Riegel’s ideas, 24x, in PP 79, also in PP 83-84.
VALUN SYSTEM, See E.C. Riegel.
VALUNIST, THE, Nos. 1 & 2, 1947, 1948, ed. by E.C. RIEGEL, 19pp, 24x, in PP 77-78.
VAN COTT, T. NORMAN VAN COTT & MCGUIRE, ROBERT A., Public vs. Private Economic Activity: A New Look at School Bus Transportation, 1986, 12pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
VAN DEN HAAG, ERNEST, Economics Is Not Enough: Notes on the Anti-capitalist Spirit, THE PUBLIC INTEREST, USA, 45, 1976, 109-122, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p98. Headed: Justice under Capitalism.
VAN DYKE, VERNON, Justice as Fairness for Groups, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, 64, 1975, 607-614, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p75. Headed: Individuals, Groups, and States.
VANDENBERG, DONALD, Existential and Phenomenological Influences in Educational Philosophy, TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD 81, Winter 79, 166-191, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p997, headed: Existential and Phenomenological Education.
VANDERLEEST, HENRY W., Hong Kong’s Future Uncertain, 1983, 4pp: 383, in PP 1529- 33.
VANDEVEER, DONALD, Autonomy Respecting Paternalism, SOCIAL THEORY AND PRACTICE 6, Sum. 80, 187-207, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1465, headed: The Limits of Paternalism.
VANDEVELDE, KENNETH J., The New Property of the 19th-Century: The Development of the Modern Concept of Property, BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 29, Spring 80, 325-367, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1861, headed: Shifts in the Meaning of Property.
VANGUARD, Vol. 1, No. 5, September 1971, 44pp, only issue on hand, 29x, in PP 928.
VANZETTI & SACCO, THE LETTERS OF SACCO AND VANZETTI, written during the seven years (1920-1927) of their imprisonment, 1929, 414 pp, 29x, in PP 562.
VARIOUS AUTHORS & NEWSGROUPS: Anarchist Theory FAQ, or Instead of a FAQ, by a
VAUBEL, ROLAND, Comment on “The Tradition of Spontaneous Order”, 2pp, in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1903.
VAUBEL, ROLAND, The Government’s Money Monopoly: Externalities or Natural Monopoly? KYKLOS, Vol. 37, 1984, 32pp, in PP 814.
VAUGHN, KAREN I, Economic Calculation under Socialism: The Austrian Contribution, ECONOMIC INQUIRY 18, Oct. 80, 535-554, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1273, headed: Socialist Economic Calculation.
VAUGHN, KAREN I, On “The Tradition of Spontaneous Order”, 2pp note in: LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1901.
VAUGHN, KAREN I., Does it Matter that Costs Are Subjective? SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL, Sum. 80, 702-715, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1272, headed: The Significance of Subjective Costs.
VAUGHN, KAREN I., Entrepreneurship, Experimentation and Time, George Mason University, Draft only, October 31, 1990, 34pp, in PP 1,007.
VAUGHN, KAREN I., John Locke’s Theory of Property: Problems of Interpretation, bibliographical essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, 33PP, in PP 1201p839.
VAUGHN, STEPHEN, First Amendment Liberties and the Committee on Public Information, THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY 23, April 79, 95-119, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1171, headed: The First Amendment vs. the CPI.
VAUX, MICHAEL, A Listing of English Language Theses on Anarchism and Related Subjects, May 1989 transcript and sort by J.Z. Almost all of them should be available on microfilm, in PP 1512, 11pp: 129-139. Further such hints to such theses, since and before, would be very much welcomed by LMP. Most large libraries have shelves full of dissertation abstracts and some abstracts compilations may now be on CD-ROM’s. I can’t do all such chores for those who, supposedly, love liberty. I would also welcome, very much, a listing of all anarchist and libertarian texts now on the Internet. – J.Z.
VAUX, MICHAEL, A Listing of English-Language Theses on Anarchism and Related Topics, annotated to show when held in Australian libraries. (All or most available, as far as I know, on microfiche. J.Z.) 21pp, 29x, in PP 872.
VAUX, MICHAEL, A Listing of English-Language Theses on Anarchism and Related Topics, 1988, 13pp, all reproduced on microfiche by UMI or others, as far as I know. This list has here been transcribed and alphabetized, by authors, 29x, in PP 873.
VEANER, ALLEN, Micrographics: An Eventful Forty Years – What Next? 1976, 12pp, in PP 907-910. Compare pages 377-388 of PP 708 on a previous exchange with Veaner.
VEATCH, HENRY B, Aristotle: A Contemporary Appreciation, review by RANDY EVAN BARNETT, 1p: 80, in PP 1468.
VEATCH, HENRY B., Natural Law: Dead or Alive? Bibliographical Essay, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p341ff, 25pp.
VEATCH, HENRY B., Plato, Popper and the Open Society: Reflections on Who May Have the Last Laugh, JLS 3, No. 2, Sum. 79, 159-172, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1083, headed: Popper, Relativism, & Freedom.
VEATCH, HENRY B., Rational Man: A Modern Interpretation of Aristotelean Ethics, 1p review by George H. SMITH, in PP 1367/68: 42.
VEATCH, HENRY, Human Rights: Fact or Fancy? Baton Rouge: Lousiana State U.P., 1985, reviewed by MILLER, FRED D., Jr. & STEINBAUER, PATRICK, A New Defense of Natural Rights, 4pp: 135, in PP 1463/64.
VEATCH, HENRY, Is Kant the Gray Eminence of Contemporary Ethical Theory? ETHICS 90, Jan. 80, 218-238, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1082, headed: Beyond Kant: Moral Egoism. – Most writings on Kant do not seem to measure up to his. Already in his lifetime there were ca. 5,000 of them. He wrote mainly for genuine scholars. But not only such people read and interpreted him. Perhaps someone, one day, will be able to wade through all the trash and annotate a collected works edition of Kant with genuine objections and constructive criticism ONLY. Some teamwork would probably be required. – J.Z.
VEATCH, HENRY, Natural Law and the “Is”-“Ought” Question, CATHOLIC LAWYER 26, Aut. 81, 251-265, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1865, headed: Natural Law & Prof. Finnis’ Book.
VEATCH, HENRY, Review of Alan Gewirth, Reason and Morality, ETHICS 89, July 79, 401-414, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p872, headed: The Need vs. the Right to Freedom.
VEATCH, HENRY, Review of: BLANDSHARD, BRAND, Reason and Analysis, 2pp: 42, in PP 1468.
VEBLEN, THORSTEIN, The Theory of the Leisure Class, review only, by: DAWSON, DAVID J., A Road to Dictatorship, 8pp, in PP 1376: 166.
VEDDER, RICHARD & GALLAWAY, LOWELL, The “New” Poverty: Consequences of Past Policy, 1986, 16pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.
VEGANISM, See: DAWSON, JAMES N., Veganism: Theory and Practice Examined, 5pp., in PP 1315.
VEGETARIAN INFORMATION CENTRE, 8 pamphlets, 16pp, in PP 889.
VEGETARIAN INFORMATION CENTRE, Presenting the Case Against Vivisection, 8pp, n.d., in PP 890.
VEGETARIAN INFORMATION CENTRE, The Conquering of Iatrogenic Disease, 16pp, ca. 1986, in PP 890.
VEGETARIAN INFORMATION CENTRE, THE, But People Can Be Healthy, 4pp, n.d., in PP 890.
VEGETARIANISM, See: CRIBB, JULIAN, Deadly Diets, 1993, 1p clipping, in PP 1235. “Vegetarians can ‘overdose’ on natural foods, absorbing much higher toxin levels.”
VEGETARIANISM, See: RECLUS, ELISE, On Vegetarianism, 8pp, from HUMANE REVIEW, Jan. 1901 & The Great Kinship (La Grande Famille), 7pp, from Edward Carpenter’s translation, publ. 1933 by Oriole Press, in PP 1355: 16- 20.
VEGLIA, Paris, anarchica Mensile, anno 2, no. 8, Nov. 1927, 20pp, in PP 479. Mainly on Sacco and Vancetti.
VELASCO, GUSTAVO R., Intervention Leads to Total Control, 15pp: 119, in PP 1529- 33.
VELASCO, GUSTAVO R., Labor Legislation from an Economic Point of View, Indiana, Liberty Fund, 1973, 65pp, 1p review only, by PAULL. POIROT: 175, in PP 1529-33.
VELASCO, GUSTAVO, See: MOUNT PELERIN SOCIETY, THE, Tribute to Mises, 1974, 27pp, with contributions by F.A. Hayek, Yujiro Iwai, Fritz Machlup, Gustavo Velasco, Murray Rothbard, George Roche III, Margit von Mises, in PP 1251.
VELIKOVSKY, IMMANUEL, Worlds in Collision, review by ROBERT SAGEHORN, 1p: 40, in PP 1468.
VENETIA, 1984, ANARCHIST CONFERENCE, Summaries of some Contributions to the Conference, 92 pp, 48x, in PP 668.
VENEZIA 1984, FACULTA DI ARCHITETTURA, Authoritarian Tendencies and Libertarian Tensions in Contemporary Societies, 6pp leaflet on the international conference: 128, in PP 1503.
VENEZIA 1984, Some notes and Clippings on this international anarchist conference, in Italian, supplied by Valerio ISCA, 11pp: 114, in PP 1528. – I managed to improve legibility of some of the flawed copies but guesswork and my lack of Italian knowledge did not help me with all of them. – J.Z.
VENITIS, BASIL, Dr., Daytrading, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1351. – To me that seems only feasible when brokers’ fees and taxes are not excessive. – J.Z.
VENTURE CATALYST, VeCat, leaflet, offering its services and seeking funds. 2pp, sent by TOM GRECO and his CIRC: Community Information Resource Centre, in PP 1351: 206. – Apparently, he has not yet read Ulrich von Beckerath’s work: “Must the Provision of Employment Cost Money?”, reproduced e.g. in PP 10. The labour of the unemployed youths and the local ready for sale goods and services ARE all the working capital required. The co-op employment bank “palace” or office could be a garage. The printer for the local currency (with a shop and service foundation) could be paid with it. Alas, one cannot pay off the law makers and enforcers with it, except under special circumstances. – J.Z., 31.10.96.
VENURA, MICHAEL, The Ghost of Randolph Bourne, 1p, in PP 1132.
VERA LEVINSKA, C. DE SAINTE-HELENE, E. ARMAND, La Camaraderie Amoureuse, 32pp, in PP 957.
VERA SMITH, See: CHILDS, ROY A., Jr., Review of Vera Smith, The Rationale of Central Banking and the free Banking Alternative, 1p, from LFB catalog, in PP 1248.
VEREIN FUER FREIES SCHULWESEN, 1 S., Flugblatt, 29x, in PP 743.
VEREIN ZUR FOERDERUNG DES GENOSSENSCHAFTSGEDANKENS, e.V., Bonn, Vereinbarung mit CONTRASTE, 1 S., in PP 1323: 26A.
VERITAS BOOK CLUB, 24x in PP 50-54.
VERLAG FREIE GESELLSCHAFT, Verlagsprogramm 1980/1981, 14pp, 29x, in PP 316-318. The total output of Die Freie Gesellschaft seems to be enormous but it seems to have made no effort, so far, to get all of its output back into print, at least micrographically. How much do freedom lovers appreciate all liberties when they neglect as important an opportunity for freedom of expression and information? I do not believe that it fully appreciates individual economic rights, either. – J.Z.
VERLAG FREIE GESELLSCHAFT, WAS IST EIGENTLICH ANARCHIE? Einfuehrung in Theorie und Geschichte des Anarchismus bis 1945, ueberarbeitete Ausgabe, 1978, 163 S., 24x, in PP 313-314.
VERLAG KLAUS GUHL, Literaturliste, 12 S.: 109, in PP 1472.
VERLAG RADIKALER GEIST, Kurt Zube, Berlin, Verlagsangebot, Jahr? 1 S., in PP 1320. If only he had chosen microfilm as his medium, from 1926 onwards! – He had considered it, as a possible medium for his ideas archive, from ca. 1939 onwards but, nevertheless, he had never used it, not even to record ideas for the ideas archive. Now several ideas banks are operating on or prepared for the Internet – and microfilm is still underused for it, outside of PEACE PLANS. – See the publications of the INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INVENTIONS. – J.Z., 13/6/98.
VERNIER, RICHARD, Interpreting the American Republic: Civic Humanism vs. Liberalism, 2pp: 133, in PP 1463/64.
VERNON, JODI, An age-old custom is once again becoming a big deal, THE ROTARIAN, June 85 (on international barter trading agreements), 3pp, 48x, in PP 739.
VERNON, JODI, The Business of Barter, 4pp, from THE ROTARIAN, June 85, 29x, in PP 905.
VERNON, JOHN, Market Structure and Industrial Performance. A Review of Statistical Findings, review by D.T. ARMENTANO, 1p: 53, in PP 1468.
VERRAN, LIZ & EHRLICH, CAROL, Anarcha-Feminism, Two Views: 24pp, in PP 1481.
VERRAN, LIZ, Anarchism and Feminism, adapted from the British Direct Action Movement / International Workers’ Association Pamphlet, 7pp: 120, in PP 1481.
VERRENDER, IAN, More migrants, more money, SMH, July 3, 93, 1p clipping for free migration, in PP 1279.
VERSATILE COMPUTER RESEARCH, General Specialist, Oct. 96, 2pp, ABCD News-letter, Oct. 96, University Review, 1 p, Oct. 95, General Specialist, Sep. 96, in PP 1360: 119. My photocopying could only somewhat improve upon this flawed dot-matrix print-out, done with a faded ribbon. Some computer fans and computer businessmen should use better computer equipment to state their cases. I did not feel like transcribing the lot. – J.Z.
VERSATILE ENTERPRISES, NZ, unLTD, FrEnCap THESAURUS, THE, 1 Jan. 89, 3pp, in PP 821.
VERSIONS OF FREEDOM, An anthology of anarchism: Part of the papers of the 1995 Sydney anarchist conference VISIONS OF FREEDOM. 1996, launched 20.2.1997, produced by the Visions of Freedom Collective, Sydney, 104pp: 21, in PP 1481. – I tried in vain to get more of the unpublished rest for microfiching. First I was told there was some more, then that there was no more. Take your pick. – I believe that most sessions or discussions remained unrecorded. – J.Z.
VERTRAULICHE INFORMATIONEN DES IDEEN ARCHIVS, Was sagen Sie zur Europaeischen Handelszeitung? 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 188. Jede Handelszeitung in Europa ist ihrer Natur nach bereits -“europaeisch”! – J.Z., 7.6.96.
VESTA, HERTHA, Vom Frauenstandpunkt, 1907/8, 7 S., 29x, in PP 349.
VETERANS FOR PEACE, Letters and leaflets, 20pp, in PP 1371/72: 384.
VETERANS FOR PEACE, Testimony on the Abolition of War, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 389.
VETTER, OSKAR, Psychologie im Betrieb, 2 S., Betriebs-Rationalisierung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 127.
VEYL, ERIC & HAUCK, WALTER, Libertarians for a Volunteer Army, 1p, in PP 276: 13.
VIADIU RODENAS, ISMAEL, Narcotrafico gubernamental, 1p: 32, in PP 1494.
VICKMAN, LEON, Virtual Communities, 1/2p letter, in PP 1407: 96.
VICTIMLESS CRIMES, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Case against Victimless Crimes, 8pp: 205, in PP 1506/07. – When “crimes” are victimless then they are not crimes. Only the laws that turn them into legal “crimes” are criminal. – J.Z. – See also: PP 290 & 685.
VICTIMLESS CRIMES: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Victimless “crime” laws: the Case for Repeal, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 326.
VICTIMS BILL OF RIGHTS INITIATIVE, 2pp, in PP 274.
VICTIMS’S BILL OF RIGHTS INITIATIVE, 2pp, in PP 274: 142.
VICTORY CELEBRATIONS? PP 1 & 2,
VIDA, Another Link in the Chain, 1944, 1p, against labor draft: 180, in PP 1480.
VIDA, Josiah Warren: Peaceful Revolutionist, 2pp: 190, in PP 1480.
VIDA, The People’s Choice? 1p: 175, in PP 1480.
VIDELA, GONZALES, Vom Suedpol zum Weissen Haus, Chile’s Staatspraesident, 1 S., Bericht, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 246. Gehoert eher in “Reader’s Digest”. Jemand der Praesident werden will zeigt dadurch schon geistige und moralische Defekte an. – PIOT! J.Z., 7.6.96.
VIDEO GAMES AFFECT HEALTH, Clipping, 96, in PP 1393: 124.
VIDEO LIBRARIES, PRIVATE & PUBLIC, PP 1103, 1104.
VIDEO SOURCE BOOK, THE, 2pp re this directory to 57,000 videos, in PP 1238. – Alas, anarchists and libertarians have still not listed their films, videos and autio tapes together or as part of a general bibliography. – J.Z.
VIDEO TAPE: America under Siege, “Black Helicopters in our skies, 1p, in PP 1287/89p371. – It is more under siege by trade unionists, tax gatherers, Quangos, the DEA, the FDA, etc., the judicial system and the clique of lawyers, in and out of parliament. – J.Z.
VIDEOS, ANARCHIST, PP 724, 729,
VIDEOS, FREE ENTERPRISE AND ANARCHISTIC, PP 725.
VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., Comments to Sennholz,H.F.: Money and Freedom, 3pp, 48x, in PP 740.
VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., If the Unborn Child Is a Person Entitled to Rights, Abortion Is Aggression; & Why the Statement “A Woman Has the Right to Control her Own Body” Begs the Basic Question in the Abortion Debate, 2 short articles, 2pp, in PP 1121.
VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., Pieces of Eight, 1p leaflet advertising the book, 29x in PP 742. (I acquired this book recently and now seek permission to reproduce it. It appears to be an excellent historical and constitutional treatment of the money question but is not always so good in the necessary monetary freedom distinctions. For instance: When rejecting forced and exclusive paper currencies, one does not have to reject, as well, all optional and market rated exchange media, clearing certificates and voluntarily chosen and applied alternative value standards. Even gold and silver weight units need not be given legal tender powers. The wrongness lies in the fiat, not in the paper, in monetary despotism, not in monetary freedom options. J.Z. 5/89.)
VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., Review, 3pp, of Sylvester Petro, Injunctions and Labor-Disputes: 1880-1932. Part I: What the Courts Actually Did – And Why, Winston-Salem, North Carolina: The Baylor Institute for Labor Policy Research, 1978, in PP 1153.
VIEIRA, EDWIN, Jr., The “Right” of Abortion”: A Dogma in Search of a Rationale, a response to Murray Rothbard, Tibor Machan & Walter Block, 7pp, 36x, in PP 61-63.
VIER GESETZENTWUERFE, Wortlaut, in PP 40 in English and German, and in PP 315 in German, 15pp, 24x, with Rittershausen’s book-length comment: Das Andere System. 4pp, 29x, in PP 394. (Entwurf eines Gesetzes ueber Verrechnungsbanken, eines ueber Staatskassenscheine, eines ueber Erleichterung der Steuerzahlung durch Schuldtitel und Schuldbuchforderungen und eines Waehrungsgesetzes.) – This draft and its comments should be studied by all presently considering currency and banking reform matters. Alas, the best literature on such subjects is almost never consulted by the monopolistic decision-makers. Consequently, they make, once again, a mess of it, like they did, e.g., upon the German unification. – Do not forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing. Jeltsin is presently even unable to arrange for the payment of his miners. They are owed wages for 6 months, according to yesterday’s radio news. This in spite of the fact that in a cold country like Russia e.g. “coal money” would be a real option, although self-administrated local shop currencies would mostly be preferable. But one can pray, petition and suggest to governments almost as vainly as one can to an imagined God and the dissatisfied workers, and even most economists, are not satisfactorily engaged in studying the money problem, which leads to most of the economic problems under the rule of monetary despotism. – J.Z., 13.6.98.
VIERA, EDWIN, Jr., Rights and the United States Constitution: The Declension from Natural Law to Legal Positivism, GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 13, Sum. 79, 1447-1500, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1088, headed: The Constitution & Natural Rights.
VIETNAM & ANTICOMMUNISM. Some Reasons for an Anticommunist for Refusing to volunteer for the USA and Australian Side in the Conflict in Vietnam, PP 12.
VIETNAM BIBLIOGRAPHY, PP 984.
VIETNAM WAR: CHOMSKY, NOAM, Reflections on the Indochina Wars, 3pp, in PP 1425: 46. – I think he went far off the mark in his original “judgments” on the Vietnam War and on the civil war in Cambodia. – J.Z.
VIETNAM WAR: FISHER, VARDIS, Comment on Vietnam, 1966, 1p, in PP 1315.
VIETNAM WAR: HANSCH, ERICK, Land for the Vietnamese, 1p, in PP 1315. – HARVEY, ARTHUR, Comments on Labadie, Fisher and Hansch, 2pp, in PP 1315.
VIETNAM WAR: LABADIE, LAURANCE, Why Americans Need to Kill Vietnamese, 3p, in PP 1315. – He headlines this as if he imagined that Americans volunteered to go there “hunting” Vietnamese, as they some would like to go hunting animals. – Those innocents and freedom loving people in Vietnam, who were hunted and killed by the Vietcong and North-Vietnamese regulars, are mostly ignored. So are the numerous minority groups in Vietnam, that didn’t and do not want to be ruled and abused by any central government. – J.Z., 13.6.98.
VIETNAM WAR: PETERSEN, LIGE, America & Asia, 6pp, in PP 1445: 6, on Southeast Asia & especially the Vietnam War.
VIETNAM, BUY IT! PP 6.
VIETNAM, FULL EMPLOYMENT FOR VIETNAM, PP 1 & 2.
VIETNAM, HOW COULD SOUTH VIETNAM BE POLITICALLY ORGANIZED TO THE SATISFACTION OF ALL BUT THE TOTALITARIANS? PP 3. (Applies to all countries where there is open or covert civil war. Are there any others? J.Z.)
VIETNAM, Peace through Radical and Proper Intervention, PP 1, 2,
VIETNAM, PP 6, 176/77, 370, 412p41, 698, 864,
VIETNAM, SEND 350 000 YOUNG AMERICAN GIRLS AND WOMEN TO VIETNAM – TO REDUCE THE WAR-PROLONGING ANTI-AMERICAN SENTIMENT, PP 8.
VIETNAM, Starvation after “victory”. PP 1127/28 (TAZ). See Agriculture, Collectivism, Communism, Farming, Property, Thanksgiving, – Ask the “boat people” whether they felt “victorious” in 1975.
VIETNAM: ROBINSON, CARL, The debt we still owe Vietnam, 1p, n.d., in PP 1367/68: 244. Wrong unchecked premise: Collective responsibility. What debt do many Vietnamese owe some U.S. citizens for having at least tried to preserve some of their remaining liberties against a totalitarian regime? – J.Z.
VIETNAM: TAYLOR, JOAN KENNEDY, I. Vietnam, the past, 6pp, p. 68; II, communists and communists fronts, 5pp, p. 74; III, Uncle Sam knows best, 6pp, p. 81: all in PP 1377: 81.
VIETNAM: WALTER, DAVE, Who’s Right on Vietnam Morality? 1p, in PP 1409/10: 45.
VIEWS & COMMENTS OF THE LIBERTARIAN LEAGUE, Cooper Station, No. 45, Fall 1963, 27pp: 22, in PP 1488. – EDITORIAL, Fall 1963: Leaders and Led in the Negro Revolt, 2pp: 24, in PP 1488.
VIEWS AND COMMENTS, See TOWARDS ANARCHISM, the follow-up publication, one sample in PP 1515.
VIGILANCE, ETERNAL, PP 975.
VIGILANCE, ETERNAL, See: FOLEY, RIDGWAY K, Jr., The Irony of Eternal Vigilance, 3pp: 471, in PP 1529-33. – Allow the few vigilant individuals to opt out and set examples – in all spheres. Don’t force them to merely agitate, for years or even decades. J.Z., 11.9.98.
VIGILANTE, RICHARD, Reaganites at Risk, 1986, 3pp (drugs), in PP 1362/63: 112.
VIGUERIE, RICHARD A., The New Right: We’re Ready to Lead, Caroline House, 186pp, review only, 3pp by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 286,in PP 1529-33.
VILAS, WM.F., The Threat of the Present Coinage Law, 1892, 10pp, in PP 1111.
VILKAITIS, JOHN V., Free Radicals and Disease, 1p: 392, in PP 1293/95.
VILKS, E., Why such Indifference to Human Life? 9pp & The Kolhozes and the High School Graduates, 12pp, both of 1956, in PP 497/498.
VILLARD, OSWALD GARRISON, Free Trade, Free World, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, N.Y., 1947, indexed, 278pp, in PP 1258.
VILLEY, DANIEL, Petite Histoire des GRANDES DOCTRINES ECONOMIQUES, 1946, indexed, 248pp, in PP 1273. Deals, among others and at length, with Adam Smith, J.S. Mill, Proudhon, J.B. Say, Charles Dunoyer, Frederic Bastiat & Roscher.
VINCENT, EDMUND, The Discontent of the Working-Classes, 26pp, 36x, in PP 202.
VINGE VERNOR, Anti-Trust Rulings Against Governments, from his work “Conquest by Default”, 1968, 2pp, 24x in PP 14.
VIOLENCE & GOVERNMENTS: BORSODI, RALPH, Violence and Government, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 452. Excerpted from “Challenge of Asia”, 1956.
VIOLENCE, PP 302, 310, 729, 736, 1012. 1018, 1114, 1123, 1132, 1170. Forceful struggles, that uphold rather than destroy individual rights, are not necessarily “violent”. One can rightfully, because defensively, fight against aggressive violence. But not with indiscriminate air raids, nuclear “weapons”, scorched earth policies and other wrongful applications of the “principle” of collective responsibility. See defence, social defence, resistance, militias. -J.Z.
VIOLENCE, See: BERKMAN, ALEXANDER, The Source of Violence, 2pp, in PP 1359.
VIOLENCE, See: CAFFI, ANDREA, Violence & Sociability, with a 1p introduction by Jack Grancharoff: 15pp: 791, in PP 1484/85.
VIOLENCE, See: FIORE, FAY, Violence the link in the law of two jungles, L.A. Times & SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 6.12.97, 1p: 95, in PP 1493. The story of the tiny WAORANI tribe near the Amazon River in Ecuador demonstrates that violence is largely based on ignorance, wrong ideas, institutions, laws and customs. With them it becomes all too traditional, legitimized and considered as an “inevitable” part of human nature. We could have concluded the same long before from the practice and discontinuance of witchcraft trials, of blood feuds, of duels and the burning of widows. Some enlightenment can work “wonders”. – J.Z., 23.5.98.
VIOLENCE, See: GRANCHAROFF, JACK, Some Reflections on Violence, 4pp: 772, in PP 1484/85.
VIOLENCE, See: HIATT, LESTER, Violence in Animals and in Early Man, 1965, 10pp: 72, in PP 1471. – See: NONVIOLENCE, CIVIL DEFENCE.
VIOLENCE, See: HILL, CARTER, Violence and Anarchy, 8pp: 654, in PP 1484/85.
VIOLENCE, See: LOEWEN, ROBERT, The Violent Ethos, 1p: 6, in PP 1477.
VIOLENCE, See: MALATESTA, ERRICO, Anarchismus und Gewalt, 16 S.: 104, in PP 1493. – Edition Anares, Bern 1987, vermutlich 8. Auflage. Durch seine Abneigung gegen Eigentum & “Bourgeoisie wurde auch er zum Befuerworter gewaltsamer Revolutionen, Enteignungen und entsprechenden Unterdrueckungen. Eigentuemer & Bourgeois sollten, nach ihm, keine Experimentierfreiheit geniessen duerfen. Er und die meisten anderen Anarchisten haben diesen Widerspruch noch nicht selbst aufgeloest: Toleranz, bis zu ihrer moeglichen Grenze, auch fuer tolerante Nichtanarchisten, Anarcho- Capitalists, Individualisten, Marktanhaenger, usw., PIOT, J.Z., 26.10.97.
VIOLENCE, See: MONTAGU, ASHLEY, El Mito de la Violencia Humana, 3pp: 57, in PP 1494.
VIOLENCE, See: REYNOLDS, MORGAN O., Unions and Violence, 9pp: 372, in PP 1529- 33.
VIRENBAUM, SAMUEL, M.D. & EVOY, MARSHALL BRUCE, The Failure of Socialized Medicine in Canada, 3pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.
VIRGINIA BILL OF RIGHTS, 1776, 4pp: 288, in PP 1529-33.
VIRGINIA LIBERTY BULLETIN, II/4, May 86, 8pp, in PP 279.
VIRGINIA LIBERTY, Richmond, LP of Virginia, 24 issues, incomplete, 85-90, 116pp, in PP 279. I/1, 7; II/1 – 3; III/1-6; IV/1 – 6; V/1 – 5; VI/1.
VIRGINIA LIBERTY, Richmond, lp, LP of Virginia, incomplete, 1985 – 90, 116pp, in PP 279: 1-116. – Issues I/1 & 7; II/1; III/1-6; IV/1-6; B/1-5; VI/1, plus, differently named: VIRGINIA LIBERTY BULLETIN, II/4 (May 86).
VIRTUAL CANTONS: See: FORMULATIONS & LONG, RODERICK T., in PP 1365. – See: ON PANARCHY.
VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES: VICKMAN, LEON, Virtual Communities, 1/2p letter, in PP 1407: 96. – Perhaps it will be through the Internet that the realization will finally spread that a genuine community does not require the possession and exclusive rule over a territory. Although any extended but close family or friendship or common interest group could already have taught that. – Huge collections of utopias are already offered on microfilm. Those interested in any of them should sign up, in a common registry of citizenship, as members of them, on the basis of exterritorial autonomy and prepare to sooner or later practise that autonomy among themselves and against all others who dare to try to infringe it. – J.Z., 13.6.98.
VISCEGLIA, DAWN, The Market Protecting the Environment, 1p, reviewing Walter Block: Economics and the Environment: A Reconciliation, the Fraser Institute, Canada, in PP 1234.
VISION OF FREEDOM, First of 2 publications intended to recall memories of the 1995 Visions of Freedom Anarchist Conference in Sydney. ISBN 0-646-30972-2, 1996, 37pp: 1, in PP 1481.
VISION, by L.E. Read, 1978, PP 304.
VISIONS OF FREEDOM, Sydney 1995: Parts of my own displays, which were on the fringes of the display area and thus, as usual, ignored by most of the thousands who attended. Even these nonconformists tend to reveal herd-like behaviour in this. Perhaps I do the animal heards wrong. In the search for stomach fodder e.g. cows go astray from the common heard. One should imagine that those searching for brainfood would be able and willing to do the same. Alas… – J.Z. 19 sheets: 104, in PP 1471.
VISIONS OF FREEDOM, Sydney Jan. 21-22, 1995, program, 4pp: 63. Another 8pp: 2, 66-68, in PP 1481.
VISIONS OF FREEDOM, Sydney, anarchist conference & festival, Jan. 20-22, 1995, a variety of publications, leaflets and letters, all too incomplete, in PP 474.
VISIONS OF FREEDOM, The Book and The Magazine, book launch, 24. January 1997, 2pp: 65, in PP 1481.
VISSERING, WILLEM, ON CHINESE CURRENCY, coin and paper money, Leiden, 1877, 250pp, in PP 823.
VITAMINS: MAX, JACKIE, Beware the Ministry of Vitamins, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 320.
VIVANCOS, EDUARDO, Lao Tse (viejo maestro) y su Libro Del Camino Y De La Virtud, traducido del Esperanto por Eduardo Vivancos. Introduccion y una Breve Excursion sobre el pensamiento en la Chia antigua, por Victor Garcia, Colleccion Historia Del Anarquismo, editado en 1962 por TIERRA Y LIBERTAD, Mexico, 125pp, in PP 1239.
VIVIANO, FRANK, Rebels hold summit in The Hague, 1p, in PP 1287/89: 435. Excerpt on Jan. 95 UNPO meeting: The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, the “UN of the dispossessed”, representing over 100 million people in 37 “stateless nations”. – They are not necessarily stateless, since they are subjected to States organized by others, which is their major complaint. They are merely without a territorial monopoly for themselves, a monopoly which they should not strive for and could not rightfully strive for, anyhow. If, instead, they pondered, published and realized their exterritorial autonomy options, they could, thereby, bring peace, freedom, justice and prosperity to themselves and to the world and could gain supporters by the thousands of millions. These options could be realized without a war or civil war and could end those existing now. Their present aim, territorial nationhood, may make them suffer for further hundreds of years and does not win them sufficient allies. – J.Z.
VIVISECTION, PP 403, see ANIMAL RIGHTS.
VOGEL, DITA, Wider den Individualverkehr. Das ganz private Mietauto, 1p clipping, 11.8. 1989, TAZ, in PP 1360: 125. – As a supplementary service to taxis, hire cars, buses and jitneys, this should be welcomed. As an exclusive system it should be condemned. Compare also the German “Mitfahrerzentralen”. These are centres that do arrange, for a fee to the centre and the driver, to get people without a car moved by drivers going into the same direction or to the same city or passing it by. The fees are modest and the registration of both assures their safety from each other to some extent. It is certainly safer than hitchhiking and one can make new friends in this way, too. – I used such a service once from Freiburg to Munich. – J.Z., 13.6.98.
VOICE OF LIBERTY, THE, Vol. 28, No. 1, Fall 88, 2pp on Russia’s Secret Weapons, in PP 812.
VOICE STRESS ANALYZER CS-770. Could that machine be used on public utterances of politicians? Prospectus only, 29x, in PP 613.
VOIGT, ANDREAS, Prof., Die Sozialen Utopien, 1906, 356pp, in PP 838.
VOLINE, La Synthese Anarchiste, 23pp, 36x, in PP 604.
VOLITION, A libertarian Review, Volume 1, Nos. 1-3, Feb. 69 to June 69, 20pp, 29x, in PP 926. (No. 3 is incomplete, according to the contents listing, not the paging. No other copies on hand. Only more PHOTOREADY copies are wanted for filming. The reproduction quality of these 3 was abominable. J.Z.)
VOLKSZAEHLUNG BOYKOTT TAKTIC, 2 Flugblaetter, unvollstaendig, on Census Resistance in Germany, 4pp, 29x, in PP 728.
VOLLKOMMER, THEODORE J., Energy – the Creator of Thought, Haldeman – Julius Publications, 1944, 30–, in PP 1222. – Coffee works better with me. – J.Z.
VOLNEY, C.F., Die Ruinen, Das natuerliche Gesetz, 1791, 245pp, 29x, in PP 559, with the English translation.
VOLNEY, C.F., The Ruins or A Survey of the Revolutions of Empires, 192 pp, with The Law of Nature or Principles of Morality, reduced from the physical constitution of mankind and the universe, 35pp, 1791, with German translation: Die Ruinen, Das natuerliche Gesetz, 245pp, 29x, in PP 559.
VOLONTE ANARCHISTE, 26, Albert Camus et les Libertaires, Groupe Fresnes-Antony, Federation Anarchiste, 1955-60, 56pp, in PP 1227. Anarchist Series.
VOLTAIRE, A Treatise on Toleration, in Connection with the Death of Jean Calas, from a 1948 edition, 70pp, in PP 1,034.
VOLTAIRE, Crusader for Justice, PP 1052-61 (LA Libertarian Heritage 3)
VOLTAIRE, Fourteen Little Essays, LBB 3, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1224.
VOLTAIRE, Pocket Theology, LBB 103, n.d., 128pp, in PP 1224.
VOLTAIRE, see MCCABE, JOSEPH, The Dawn of the Modern Spirit, Sketches of Voltaire, Rousseau, D’Aranda, Franklin and Diderot, Haldeman-Julius Co., n.d., 63pp, vol. XI in the series: 100 Men who Moved the World, Character Sketches of the Greatest Creative Forces of History, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius, No. 464 of his series, in PP 1164.
VOLTAIRE, See: LEWIS, JOSEPH.
VOLTAIRE, Toleration, n.d., LBB No. 28, 64pp, in PP 1224.
VOLTAIRE’S PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, Selected and translated by H.I. Woolf, n.d., 315pp, in PP 1130. – I would love to fiche a complete version in English, German and French. – Who can afford all of e.g. Voltaire, Jefferson, Spencer and Sumner on paper? – J.Z.
VOLUNTARISM, PP 176/7 (& 869 & 870), 415, 786, 1020, see HUMAN RIGHTS, NATURAL LAW, ON PANARCHY, FIRST PRINCIPLES, AIR,
VOLUNTARISM, See: FOLEY, RDGWAY K., Jr., The Voluntarist’s Role, 8pp: 145, in PP 1529- 33.
VOLUNTARISM, See: HESS, KARL, By Mutual Consent, 1p, LP NEWS, June 90, 209, in PP 1451.
VOLUNTARISM: BROWN, EDMUND G., Jr., Shrinking the State through Voluntarism, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 835.
VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS, PP 6. See: ON PANARCHY.
VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS, See: BEITO, DAVID T., Voluntary Association and the Life of the City, 7pp: 193, in PP 1463/64.
VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE: BERGLAND, DAVID, Voluntary Compliance, 1984 Style, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1441.
VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE: BUCK, PITMAN, Jr., A Syllogism – The Logic of “Voluntary Compliance” with the Income Tax Code, 2pp, in PP 1440/42: 360. – Hypothetically, and merely by governmental propaganda, our taxes are already voluntary. Why don’t we make them really so, and payable only to the institutions and programs of our own individual choices? Which mental barriers prevent us from at least surveying and thoroughly discussing all such options? Politicians won’t introduce them for us, unless we make them compete with each other exterritorially. – J.Z., 10.10.97, 13.6.98.
VOLUNTARY GOVERNMENTS, See: PRINCIPLES, Proposed New Statement of Principles, with Reasons for the Proposed Changes, 1p, from PRINCIPLE, LP of Canada, favouring voluntary governments and voluntary taxation, in PP 1271.
VOLUNTARY POLITICAL GOVERNMENTS, PP 786. See Competing Governments, On Panarchy, Individual Secessionism, Individual Sovereignty.
VOLUNTARY SERVITUDE, PP 392, see Statism, Etatism, Slave Mentality, BOETIE.
VOLUNTARY SOCIALISM, PP 968, 1000,
VOLUNTARY SOCIETY, PP 1132.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION, PP 14, 336, 420, 650, 870, see Tax Strike.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: BOVA, BEN, Pay, Pay, Pay, Pay, Pay As You Go, Aug. 77, 4pp on voluntary taxation, which, alas, to my knowledge, has not led to a major discussion of this topic in ANALOG or elsewhere. – J.Z.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: EDWARDS, JAMES ROLPH, Financing Government without Taxation, 9pp: 116, in PP 1479.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: PRINCIPLES, Proposed New Statement of Principles, with Reasons for the Proposed Changes, 1p, from PRINCIPLE, LP of Canada, favouring voluntary governments and voluntary taxation, in PP 1271.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION, See: SERF, JOSEPH A., The Politics of Change, 1p, on voluntary taxation, in PP 1269.
VOLUNTARY TAXATION: GREEVZ FISHER, J., Voluntary Taxation, 1889, 1890, 2nd. ed., 31pp, with an 8pp letter by AUBERON HERBERT, transcribed by John Zube, to make up for a previously fiched copy which did not microfilm well enough, in PP 1428/29: 394.
VOLUNTARYISM, PHILANTHROPY & VOLUNTARYISM IN AMERICA, PP 1151.
VOLUNTARYISM, PP 579, 786, 852, 916. 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 18), 1150, 1152/53, See THE VOLUNTARYIST, CARL WATNER, VOLUNTARISM, ON PANARCHY, ANARCHISM.
VOLUNTARYISM, PRINCIPLE, PP 1152/53.
VOLUNTARYIST BIBLIOGRAPHY, PP 852.
VOLUNTARYIST SPIRIT, PP 1152/53.
VOLUNTARYIST, No. 42, Feb. 1990, 8pp, sample in PP 930.
VOLUNTARYIST, THE, An introduction, 6pp, in PP 852, Nos. 15-41, April 1985 to December 1989, 226pp, in PP 917 & 918. For a still all too short contents listing of Nos. 1-41, see sheets VI to X in PP 917, Nos. 42 – 64, Feb. 1990 – Oct. 1993, 184pp, in PP 1150 & 1151. – I know, another fiche edition is overdue! – J.Z.
VOLUNTARYIST, THE, No. 49, April 1991. Special issue on renunciation of citizenship, the case of Clark Hanjian, with an article by Carl Watner: Man Without A Country, 8pp, in PP 1,051.
VOLUNTARYIST, THE, Nos. 1-14, Oct. 1982 – Feb. 1985, 29x, PP 603.
VOLUNTEER ARMED FORCES, see: SEAVER, BEN, The Gates Commission Report on an all Volunteer Armed Force, American Friends Service Committee, 1970, 4pp, in PP 1,011.
VOLUNTEER ARMY, PP 418/19p299, 965, 1011, 1027, 1011, see MILITIA, STANDING ARMIES, DEFENCE.
VOLUNTEER ARMY: SICURELLO, ROBERT, Defending the Volunteer Army, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 321. – THAT should only be the first of many steps towards peace, war prevention or real defence against real enemies, as long as some remain. – J.Z.
VOLYA, Nos. 15-17, 24pp, 29x, in PP 698.
VONULIFE, formerly “Preform/Inform”, Nos. 1-17, May 1971 – Nov. 1974 (last issue), “Communication among Nomads, Troglodytes and Other Invulnerables”, 163pp, 24x, in PP 596/597.
VOORHIS, JERRY, A New Look at the Principles and Practises of Cooperatives, 1966, 17pp, Cooperative League of the U.S., 1970, 1972, in PP 1091. Does this League still exist? – J.Z.
VORHIES, FRANK, Dr., The Zenzele Institute (in South Africa), 1pp, in PP 1287/89p106. – Libertarians and anarchists, world-wide, need their own directory, including postal address, e-mail, web-site and area of main interest and activity. It could be cheaply and frequently provided on fiche, floppies and text-only CD-ROM. – Why is there so little enterprise, initiative and collaboration in this direction? Think merely of the postage wasted through address changes that remained unknown to the senders.
VORLAENDER, KARL, Die Entwicklung des Friedensgedankens, eine Einleitung zu Kants Schriften zu diesem Thema, in PP 789.
VORLAENDER, KARL, Einleitung to Kant: Grundlegung zur Metaphysic der Sitten, 24 S., 1933, 29x, in PP 398.
VOSSLAMBER, RENE, Justice, Freedom & Tertiary Education Funding in New Zealand, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 380.
VOTERS’ VETO: TAYLOR, MICHAEL, Voters’ Veto. Gateway to New Freeland? 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 347. – Compare: Referendum. This is a step towards initiative and referendum, but also one against despotic proposals that might be launched in this way. At the same time, it could prevent tolerant experiments among volunteers, by enforcing majority prejudices against them. – J.Z., 13.5.98.
VOTING & COMMUNISM, PP 6. Territorial voting is already too much a collectivist – communist process to be rightful, anywhere or anytime on almost any question. It implies and “sanctifies” territorial coercion and all its terrible consequences. – J.Z.
VOTING BY LOT, See: SYMONDS, MICHAEL, Small poppies in a poll position, 1p, 1993, on “voting “by lot, clipping, in PP 1305/1306: 311. See also BRIAN MARTIN’s “Demarchy”.
VOTING, COMPULSORY, PP 384, 755, 789,
VOTING, DEREGULATION, See: TANAKA, TOM, How to Deregulate Elections, 1p, in PP 493.
VOTING, PP 384, 680, 755, 789, 1052-61 (LA Pol. Notes 72), 1133, see also COMPULSORY VOTING, DEMOCRACY, REFERENDUM, MARKET, CONTRACTS, CHOICE, CONSENT, FREEDOM.
VOTING, See: LEFEVRE, ROBERT, Abstain from Beans, 2pp, in PP 274, 1p: 669, in PP 1457/62.
VOTING, See: SILENT REVOLT, Hillsboro, Oregon, SILENT REVOLT! RE-ELECT NOBODY! 12pp pamphlet, n.d., in PP 1124.
VOTING, See: Voting Anarchists: An Oxymoron or What? No. 8, 1p, 84. – Not if they aim at and get the options: Anarchies for Anarchists, Governments for Statists: To each the government or non-governmental society of his or her dreams! – See under: On Panarchy. – J.Z., 13.6.98.
VOTING, SHOULD LIBERTARIANS VOTE? PP 1027.
VOTING: LEON, SY, None of the Above, 2pp flyer for the book, in PP 1357: 111.
VOUCHER PLAN FOR EDUCATION, 6pp on this plan, as legislated in Wisconsin, 1989, in PP 1249.
VOUMARD, SONYA, Grassfire, 1993, 3pp, “…effects… worse than once thought…”, in PP 1362/63 : 239. On marijuana use. – See: Drugs.
VOVARD, JAMES, The Great Ice Cream War, 89, 1p, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.
VREELAND, HAMILTON, Jr., Twilight of Individual Liberty, 1944, 1972, from the series: The Right Wing Individualist Tradition in America, 173pp, in PP 1298. A lawyer’s constitutionalist point of view, indexed by cases cited. Another libertarian work that was too long o.o.p.
VRIJBRIEF, DE, Libertarisch Tijdschrift, Maandblad 116/117, Okt./Nov. 87, 16pp, in PP 480. – What treasures in freedom ideas, observations and arguments are hidden in the backfiles of libertarian and anarchist magazines? We will not have a chance to know until all of them are fully and permanently, cheaply and easily accessible, also indexed, abstracted and bibliographically listed and translated, at least into the major languages. – J.Z.