W., S., Autonomy and Federalism, 4pp: 133, in PP 1515.

WABOS, Assorted pages from this journal, some undated and unpaginated, some of Nov/Dec. 71 & March/April 1972 issues, 29pp, published by the PEACE & FREEDOM CAUCUS OF SIL, in PP 1357: 24.

WABY, ROSS, Edith Stern: And genius was created, 1977, 1p, 36x, in PP 714.

WACO, See: BOTTSFORD, DAVID, Government against the People in the U.S.A., Reflections on the Documentary film WACO: THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, CULTURAL NOTES No. 41, 4pp: 9, in PP 1487.

WACO, the Big Lie, Videotape, flyer, 1p, in PP 1287/89: 382.

WADHAMS, NELLIE K., Liberty and Onions, 5pp, in PP 1418: 6.

WAENTIG, HEINRICH, Dr., Quesnay, 16pp, 1921, Einleitung zu seinem Werk, in PP 1094.

WAERA EXPERIMENTS, 2 letters and a clipping, 3pp, in PP 791.

WAERA FIBEL, 20pp, 29x, in PP 731.

WAGE AND PRICE CONTROLS: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, Wage and Price Controls – A Dangerous Policy, 1p, – Wage and Price Controls – A Step Backwards, 1p, Wage and Price Controls, 4pp, all in PP 1351.

WAGE CONTROL, See: HIGGS, ROBERT, Wage-Price Guidelines: Retreat and Defeat, 10pp: 298, in PP 1529-33.

WAGE CONTROL, See: WINDER, GEORGE, The Control of Wages in Incomes in Britain, 3pp: 61, in PP 1529-33.

WAGE CONTROLS, 290, 396, 397, 418/19p208, 935, 1018, 1138, see Bleiberg, Robert M., in PP 935.



WAGES, HIGHER: BLUNDELL, V.H., False and True Paths to Higher Wages, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 860.

WAGES, NON-CASH, PP 428ff: S 21. See also Clearing, Truck System, Monetary Freedom, Unemployment.

WAGES, PP 207, 1049, 1113,

WAGES, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Marxian Theory of Wage Rates, 1961, 5pp: 63, in PP 1480.

WAGES, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Unemployment and the Height of Wage Rates, 1961, 5pp: 40, in PP 1480.

WAGES, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Wage Interference by Government, 1964, 3pp: 38, in PP 1480.


WAGNER, ADOLPH, Dr., Banken und Bankwesen & Banknote, 1866, in Dr. H. Rentzsch, Handwoerterbuch der Volkswirtschaftslehre, 18pp, 29x, in PP 732.

WAGNER, ADOLPH, Dr., Beitraege zur Lehre von den Banken, 1857, 353pp, Free Banking series, 29x, in PP 615.

WAGNER, ADOLPH, Dr., Die Russische Papierwaehrung, 1868, 307 S., with 5 pp of notes by John Zube, 29x, in PP 777.

WAGNER, ADOLPH, Dr., System der Zettelbankpolitik, 2. Auflage, 1873, mit Inhaltsanalyse & Register, 743 S., 36x, in PP 716/717. – I still seek a copy of the first edition, in which he came out more strongly for free banking. For scientists, too, often bow to popular prejudices of their times. – J.Z.

WAGNER, GEOFFREY, On Sadism, in PP 1279.

WAGNER, PAT & SMITH, LEIF, The Networking Game, 41pp, 29x, in PP 387.

WAGNER, RICHARD E., Boom and Bust: The Political Economy of Economic Disorder, JLS, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 80, 1-37, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1204, headed: Government-induced Boom & Bust.

WAHA, RAYMUND, Dr., Nationaloekonomie in Frankreich, 1910, 560 S., 42x, PP 342. All too many freedom texts in one language area do not cross the borders into others. Microfiche can make it much less risky and costly to publish translations. – J.Z.

WAHL, NICK & SEITZ, GUNNAR, interview on Wahl’s KUVOG (Kaufen Und Verbrauchen Ohne Geld ) system, CONTRASTE, 1/87, in PP 793.

WAHL, NICK, “Contraste” Interview ueber sein KUVOG-System (Kaufen Und Verkaufen Ohne Geld, 1987, 1 S., 29x, in PP 742.

WAHL, NICK, RAD, Rechnungs-Ausgleichs-Dienst, 1983, 9pp, 29x, in PP 742.

WAINWRIGHT, ROBERT, Accidental millionaires jeer Lib MP over land tax stance, 1p clipping, 199, in PP 1471. – As usual, inflation puts assets and incomes into higher tax brackets. Taxing assets amounts to gradual expropriation. – J.Z.

WAKE UP AUSTRALIA, Maryborough, No. 13, published by A.R. Pitt, Nov. 97, 16pp: 99, in PP 1495. – I agree only with those parts in which genuine rights and liberties are defended. – J.Z.

WAKE UP AUSTRALIA, NATIONAL INTEREST Newspaper, produced by A.R (Tony) PITT, issue No. 12, 18 June 1997, 16pp, in PP 1423: 75 – 104. – Do libertarians share more than some issues like gun control, bill of rights, the tax burden &, corruption with these supposedly freedom loving Christians, nationalists, protectionists, monarchists and anglophiles? Some even favour conscription and “nuclear strength”. Do inconsistent advocates of liberty do more harm than good? They also believe in challenging governments through expensive court procedures, mass mailings and appeals to supposedly responsible authorities, achieving, perhaps, only some laughing lawyers & individualists. – J.Z.

WALBERG, HERBERT J. & BAST, JOSEPH L., How to Improve the Public Schools, 1989, 4pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1105.

WALBERG, HERBERT J. & FOWLER, WILLIAM J., Jr., Expenditure and Size Efficiencies of Public School Districts, 1988, 24pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1103.

WALBERG, HERBERT J., MICHAEL J. BAKALIS, JOSEPH L. BAST & STEVEN BAER, We Can Rescue Our Children. The Cure for Chicago’s Public School Crisis – with Lessons for the Rest of America, a nonpartisan publication sponsored by URF Education Foundation, The Heartland Institute & Illinois Council on Democratic Policy, 1988, 204pp, in PP 1107.

WALBERG, HERBERT J., Should Schools Compete? 1987, 3pp, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

WALDECKE, ST. CH., “Vergoetterter Egoismus” und idealistischer Altruismus, 2pp, 24x, in PP 281. – 3 S.: 11, in PP 1456.

WALDECKE, ST. CH., P.J. Proudhon, Anarchistische Ideen, 12 S. Auswahl, 24x, in PP 283-285.

WALDEN, DAVID V., National Coalition for the Banning of Assault Vegetables, Chicago, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1077. See: Gun Control.

WALDMAN, STEVEN, Credit for Good Deeds, 2pp, in PP 1238. – When the commercial and cooperative credit system is as legally restricted as it is presently then people are inclined to look for such poor substitutes. – J.Z.

WALDMAN, STEVEN, Credit for Good Deeds, Golden Rules of Barter, Newsweek, Jan. 15, 1990, 1p, in PP 971. The IRS wants to get its hands even on this charity scheme.

WALDROP, BOB, Preparing for War, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1488. A libertarian point of view, alas, only from the survivalist position. – I think that prevention of WW III is our only moral and rational option. But it requires more rethinking than most people, even anarchists and libertarians, were so far prepared to give it. Thus it might still happen. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WALFORD, GEORGE, The Inferiority of Primitive Societies Compared to Modern Civilization: The Case of the Yanomamo, 2pp, in PP 1281/82.

WALKER, AMASA, The Fallacies of the Protective Theory, 17pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WALKER, BERTHA, ANTI-CONSCRIPTION JUBILEE COMMITTEE, October 1968, How to Defeat Conscription, A Story of the 1916 and 1917 Campaigns in Victoria, 23pp, 29x, in PP 878.

WALKER, DEBORAH, Equality on the Jobfront: Not a Place for Government to Interfere, 1p: 93, in PP 1469.

WALKER, EDWIN C., Communism and Conscience; Pentecost and Paradox, 1904, 60pp, 29x, in PP 225.

WALKER, EDWIN C., Crimes and Criminals, 1904, 18pp, 29x, in PP 225.

WALKER, EDWIN C., Our Worship of Primitive Social Guesses, N.Y., 1899, 63pp, in PP 962.

WALKER, EDWIN C., The Ethics of Freedom, you and the other man in the covenant of liberty, address of Feb. 24, 1913, with post-discussion reflections on the objections of critics. Appendix: What Does “Free Speech” Include? The Smoking Invasion. We Waste To-day That Our Children May Weep To-morrow, N.Y., 1913, 24pp, in PP 956.

WALKER, GEOFFREY DE Q., Initiative and Referendum: The People’s Law, published by CIS, 1985, 220pp, indexed, 36x, in PP 721. The author’s synopsis, 2pp, 6/89, 29x, in PP 873.

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

WALKER, GEOFFREY, The Parliament in Theory and Practice, 1979, 16pp, 42x, in PP 570.

WALKER, GUY MORRISON, The Things that Are Caesar’s, A Defence of Wealth, 1919, 153pp, 29x, in PP 407.

WALKER, JAMES L., Die Philosophie des Egoismus, 1979 Ausgabe der Mackay Gesellschaft, uebersetzt von Joerg-Anselm Asseyer, 94 S., 29x, in PP 410. Mit 2 S. Vorwort von James J. Martin.

WALKER, JAMES L., Egoism & Justice, 2pp, from “The Philosophy of Egoism”, pp. 48-50, in PP 1420/22: 176.

WALKER, JAMES L., PP 410, 878, 961.

WALKER, JAMES L., The Philosophy of Egoism, Libertarian Broadsides, No. 3, by Ralph Myles Publisher, 1972, 62pp, with a biographical sketch by Henry Replogle and a foreword by James J. Martin, 29x, in PP 878.

WALKER, JAMES L., Von Hartmann & Stirner, 2pp, from his introduction to the Tucker edition of The Ego & His Own, in PP 1423: 54. WALKER, JOHN & DORIS GORDON, Abortion and Libertarianism’s First Principles, 1p, in PP 1121.

WALKER, JOHN, Abortion & the Question of the Person, 5pp, in PP 1121.

WALKER, JOHN, Children’s Rights vs. Murray Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty, 2pp, in PP 1121.

WALKER, JOHN, LFL Polls National & Maryland LP Conventions, 1985, 2pp, in PP 1121.

WALKER, KARL, Das Geld in der Geschichte, 1959, 137 S., in PP 1361: 1. Ein Werk: “Geschichte als Folges des Gelddespotismus, im Gegensatz zur Geldfreiheit”, waere noch zu schreiben. – J.Z.

WALKER, KARL, Demokratie und Menschenrechte, 1947, 104 S., in PP 1360 : 21. – Er tritt hier ein fuer Experimentierfreiheit fuer Minderheiten, z.B. auf S. 100. Vergl. “On Panarchy”.

WALKER, KARL, Die Technik der Umlaufssicherung des Geldes, 1952, 72 S.: 129, in PP 1456. – Nur die “Umlaufssicherung” eines MONOPOLGELDES ist hier eroertert, nach Gedankengaengen von Gesell und seinen Anhaengern. Die “Umlaufssicherung” durch voellig freie Verrechnung, die alle produktiven Leute zahlungsfaehig machen kann, ist nicht erwogen. Ebenfalls nicht diskutiert ist freie Geldausgabe, auf Verrechnung beruhend, mit einer “Deckung” nur durch Waren, Dienstleistungen und Schulden. Die begrenzte Umlaufszeit fuer solche Privatwaehrungen und Noten ist nur EIN Punkt den die Geldfreiheit mit Silvio Gesell’s System gemeinsam hat. Unter Emissionsfreiheit soll Geld nicht bestaendig umlaufen sondern so schnell wie moeglich zu den Ausgebern zurueckkehren, um dann vernichtet und durch neue “Eintrittskarten” und “Gutscheine” ersetzt zu werden. Die Ruecklaufsicherung durch den freien Kurs, von im Wettbewerb stehenden Zahlungsmitteln, gegen frei gewaehlte Wertmasse, ist hier ebenfalls nicht als Umlaufssicherung erkannt. Der Ausgeber, und durch Vertrag seine Schuldner, muessen natuerlich sein Geld stets zum Nennwert annehmen. (Zwangskurs nur gegenueber dem Ausgeber und seinen Schuldnern!) Erhalten private oder kooperative Geldscheine ein Disagio dann wirkt es gleich wie eine Vakuumpumpe, die diese Scheine aus dem Verkehr saugt und an die Stellen bringt, die sie noch zum Nennwert annehmen muessen. Ferner, Ulrich von Beckerath diskutierte auch die alte Tradition der “Strafgroschen”, wenn Schulden mit anderem Geld as dem vom Schuldner ausgegebenen bezahlt werden. Dadurch kann ebenfalls der Rueckfluss von Ausgaben beschleunigt werden. Ein Monopolgeld, mit allgemeinem Annahmezwang, steht nicht under einem solchen Druck. Unter Emissionsfreiheit und Verrechnungsfreiheit, verbunden mit dem Ablehnungsrecht, Freikurs und der freien Wahl des Wertmasses, waeren alle bald zahlungsfaehig, wenigstens innerhalb ihrer eigenen Zahlungsgemeinschaften und bis zur Grenze ihrer oekonomischen Leistungsfaehigkeit. Das Schwundgeld ist nur eine unzureichende Medizin um die Krankheiten des monopolistischen Zwangskkursgeldes zu kurieren. Zwang, Monopol und Steuern bringen keine Loesungen sondern nur neue Probleme. – Aber dennoch und auch deswegen: Volle Experimentierfreiheit fuer alle Gesellianer und ihre freiwilligen Opfer. – Sie sollten Gelegenheit erhalten von ihren eigenen Irrtuemern und Fehlern zu lernen. Sonst halten sie sie noch fuer weitere Generationen am Leben. – J.Z., 15.10.96 & 1.12.97.

WALKER, KARL, Ueberwindung des Imperialismus, 1946, 77 S., in PP 1360: 1, with some notes by John Zube on this Free Trader, Gesellian & monetary freedom experimenter.

WALKER, KARL, Wirtschaftsring, Moderne Absatzwege, 1959, 104 S., in PP 1360 : 46.

WALKER, KENNETH F., Workers’ Participation in Management for Australia, 10pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

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

WALKER, MARTIN, The Mother of all Syndroms, a clipping of 1994 on the “Gulf War Sydnrome” with a hint on “depleted” uranium being used in ammunitions, 2pp, in PP 1231. The East German regime managed to build roads with radioactive rubble and in Australia, on the transcontinental line, Uranium tailings have been used for the bedding of railway tracks. “Depleted” Uranium is used as ballast in aircraft. In the U.S. radioactive isotopes are used in smoke detectors and they are regularly admixed, everywhere, to steel for quality controls! Does any government deserve our trust, our lives, health and liberty and our money and can it represent all people in a territory? – J.Z.

WALKER, MICHAEL A., A Short Course in Housing Economics, in: Rent Control: Myths & Realities: International Evidence of the Effects of Rent Control in Six Countries, ed. by Walter Block and Edgar Olsen, Vancouver, B.C., The Fraser Institute, 1981, 37-52, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1577, headed: Rent Control vs. Economic Reasoning.

WALKER, MICHAEL A., Anatomy of a Conundrum: Canadian Health Care in the 1980s, 24pp, 1986, CIS, 36x, in PP 721.

WALKER, MICHAEL, A currency for Quebec? 1p: 123, in PP 1515. -Why only one and not as many as the market will bear? -Territorial secessionism is not enough decentralization, Exterritorial autonomy is required for volunteer payment communities, from all central banks, that of Quebec included. – J.Z.

WALKER, MICHAEL, A Gold Star for Jake Epp, 2pp, on price control of gasoline (petrol): 97, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, A Housing Market Problem? 2pp: 12, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, A Tax, on a Tax, on a Tax, 1p: 34, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Accounting for the savings and loan fiasco, 1p: 127, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Advantages of restructuring Confederation, 2pp: 122, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Are Japanese Firms the Most Successful? 1p: 118, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Can you opt for a long life? 2pp: 121, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Chicken Little, King Midas & Chemophobic Mischief, 2pp: 37, in PP 1515. – One can also be too unconcerned about the additional thousands of chemicals put into our environment and food and drink intake during the last 200 years.- J.Z., 18.11.98.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Crime, Punishment & Public Prisons, 1p: 38, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Decentralize to cut cost of government, 2pp: 117, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Disarmament and Job Loss, 1p: 57, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Do Stock Markets Do Any Good? 2pp: 103, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Hazards of Statistics, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Health Care Services for MPs, 1p: 35, in PP 1515. – The “rich get richer and the poor get poorer” applies mainly to politicians and bureaucrats in relation to the majority of their victims.. – J.Z., 10.11.98.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Insider Trading or Just Doing Business? 1p: 74,in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Law and order breakdown, 1p: 125, in PP 1515. – As if they had ever been achieved by any territorial government.- J.Z.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Limits of Compassion, 1p: 98, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize Potash, 1p: 60, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatize the Elephants? Really, You’re kidding!, 1p: 59, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Privatizing the Oceans, 1p: 104, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Reflections on the Goods & Services Tax, 3pp:58, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Shortages, Canadian and Soviet Style, 1p: 79, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Should we fire Jim Crow? (Governor of the Bank of Canada), 2pp: 128, in PP 1515. – Fire the office and institution, rather than merely preserve or change its manager. If he were capable, he would be able to rise with one of many competing banks. – J.Z.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Social Benefits from Takeovers, 1p: 53, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Solving Russia’s Wheat Shortage Problem, 1p: 57,in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Spending cuts blocked, 1p: 121, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Succession Rights Create Economic Hazard, 1p: 99, on labour law interventionism, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Surrender in the War on Drugs, 2pp: 78, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Symptoms of a Sick Health Care System, 2pp: 55,in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The Budget Leak, Theft, and the Paradox of Budget Secrecy, 1p: 18, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The Customer Is Always Right, 2pp: 101, in PP 1515. – It took uninformed customers 100 years to change over from hand-forged nails to machine produced ones! The patient does not always know better than his doctor. Employers and employees are still buying the anti-economic employer-employee relationship, paying a very high price for it. Voters still participate in these advance auction sales of stolen goods. Subjects still consent to government decision-making on war and peace, monetary despotism, bureaucratic regulation etc. The customer is often wrong because he neither knows his own rights, liberties and interests well enough nor cares much about them. Our potential customers have not yet “bought” the libertarian, anarchist and panarchist messages and the micro-economics of alternative media. – J.Z., 10.11.98.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The FEAR Office, 1p: 27, on the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The Infamous 100% Mark-up, 1p: 20, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The power of the market, 1p: 28, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, The Unlearned Lessons of China, 1p: 13, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Time to take the cow by the horn, 1p: 118, in PP 1515. – Against Marketing Boards.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Towards an economic constitution, 1p: 129, in PP1515. – Why not as many as their customers want and are willing to pay for? – J.Z.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Two MPS Note Lack of Emperor’s clothing, 1p: 27,in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Using Economic Means for Environmental Ends, 2pp: 94, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, What Is John Crow Trying to Do? 1p: 31, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Why I Don’t Support the Current GST Proposal, 19pp: 63, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Why We Don’t Have Workfare in Canada, 1p: 40. -On “work for the dole”, in PP 1515.

WALKER, MICHAEL, Withdrawing Support for a Hidden Goods and Services Tax, 2pp: 16, in PP 1515.

WALL ST.: BEALE, HERALD G., Wall St. & the Left, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 200.

WALL STREET JOURNAL, After Apartheid, on South Africa: The Solution, by Kendall and Louw, March 11, 1987, 1p, in PP 861.

WALL STREET JOURNAL, Capitalist China, 26 Oct. 84, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 77.

WALL STREET JOURNAL, THE, A History of ORGANIZED FELONY and FOLLY, The Record of Union Labor in Crime and Economics, N.Y., 1923, 104pp, from WSJ, Fall & early Winter of 1923, in PP 1,005.

WALL, JUDITH, Reflections of an ex-Lawnperson, 5pp: 125, in PP 1506/07. – I would love a plant cover that would not need mowing, watering or other maintenance efforts, would not grow over 5 cm and would keep other grasses and weeds down without any help from me. But it should need a special fertilizer so that it would not spread where it is not wanted. – J.Z.

WALLACE, FRANC, Eric Flame, here only in a review, 1p, by Steve Andrews, in PP 1287/89p604.

WALLACE, NEIL & EICHENBAUM, MARTIN S., A Shred of Evidence on Public Acceptance of Privately Issued Currency, 1985, 1p, 29x, in PP 731. – Free banking discussion.

WALLACE, NEIL, A Legal Restrictions Theory of the Demand for “Money” and the Role of Monetary Theory, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, QUARTERLY REVIEW, Winter 1983, 7pp with ref., in PP 1248.

WALLACE, NEIL, See: Townsend & Wallace. Also: Sargent & Wallace.

WALLACE, TRICIA & VISCEGLIA, DAWN, Taxpayers coerced into supporting artists, 1p, in PP 1234.

WALLACE, V., Dr., Some quotes from his book “In Search of Peace”, 24x, p. 88 of PP 14.

WALSH, CLIFF, Reducing Public Sector Spending in Australia: Strategies and Options, 30pp, CIS, 1986, 29x, in PP 733.

WALSH, ELIZABETH, Pocock’s Horseless Carriage, 1949, 3pp, in PP 786.

WALSH, MICHAEL, The City School, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 72.

WALTER, DAVE, 7 Challenges for the Libertarian Movement, 2p, in PP 1283-1286: 213 & 217. There are hundreds more which either have not been widely enough stated or not answered yet. Compare e.g. PP 19C. – J.Z.

WALTER, DAVE, Commentary on Liberty, a regular column, x pp, in INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, by SIL. See there, in PP 1283/1286.

WALTER, DAVE, Defoliating the Census, 1p: 108.

WALTER, DAVE, The Activist Origins of the New Libertarian Movement, 3pp, in PP 1350: 49.

WALTER, DAVE, The Cliches of Law, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 86.

WALTER, DAVE, The Fifty Year Plague, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 16.

WALTER, DAVE, The Founding Father Takes Exception, 1p, in PP 1283-1286. – (David Nolan on 80 election.)

WALTER, DAVE, The Land Grab Scandal, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 116.

WALTER, DAVE, The Libertarians, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 59.

WALTER, DAVE, War and Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 27.

WALTER, DAVE, Who’s Right on Vietnam Morality? 1p, in PP 1409/10: 45.

WALTER, DAVID K. & WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., War and Capitalism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

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

WALTER, DAVID K., Censorship Is on the March, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WALTER, DAVID K., Censorship, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p227.

WALTER, DAVID K., Crime in America, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WALTER, DAVID K., Justice in America, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WALTER, DAVID K., Some Thoughts on Prop 13, 1p, in PP 1432/1439: 245.

WALTER, DAVID K., Taxation Is Theft, 2pp, 24x, in PP 48-49, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, 1p, 36x, in PP 369, 1p, 29x, in PP 685, 3pp, in PP 1,020. 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 168.

WALTER, DAVID K., The Inhumanity of Welfare, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WALTER, DAVID K., The Public Be Damned!, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WALTER, NICOLAS, Betrifft: Anarchismus, 1969-1978, 80 S., einschliesslich 2 S. ueber den LIBERTRAD VERLAG: 128, in PP 1455.

WALTER, NICOLAS, Introduction to Etienne de la Boetie, 1966, 8pp, 29x, in PP 392.

WALTER, NICOLAS, Introduction, 15pp, to Charlotte Wilson, Three Essays on Anarchism, in PP 1233.

WALTER, NICOLAS, The Right to Be Wrong, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 147, LA leaflet, 2pp, 29x, in PP 424, 1979, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 43, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

WALTERS, ALAN, Sir, The World Economy and Current Developments in Worldwide Oil Markets, 1991, 9pp: 111, in PP 1515.

WALTERS, IDA, Costs of Creeping Protectionism, 1980, 2pp, in Free to Dump, in PP 935.

WALTERS, RUSSELL, Local Government Services, FREE NATION supplement No. 1 on Privatization, 1p, in PP 1,013.

WALTMAN, JEROLD, Origins of the Federal Income Tax, MID-AMERICA 62, Oct. 80, 147-160, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1482, headed: Income Tax Laws and Contingency.

WAMBOLDT, PHILIPP, Anarchie – wie von fremder Hand gesetzte Zeichen, 4 S., in PP 1326: TAZ, 4.2.86.

WANG, K.K., “Issue-based” Industrial Democracy Programs – a Case Study, 7pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.



WAR & PREPAREDNESS FOR WAR, PP 1123. See Arms Races, Decision on War and Peace, Conscription, Taxation, Inflation, Alliances, Protectionism, Legal Tender, etc., PP 16-18, 61-63, 399-401.



WAR COMMENTARY, FOR ANARCHISM, London, Freedom Press, Vol. 3, No.1, November 1941 – Vol. 3, No. 21, October 1942, 336pp: 1-68, in PP 1525. – Some of the articles in these issues, those which I found worth mentioning, are separately listed. YOU can make your own selection. – If freedom lovers had bothered to think through, sufficiently, the war and peace issues, wars could have been stopped long ago. – Note that few other governments during WW II would have permitted the continuance of such an opposition paper. Alas, this anarchist opposition paper did not have a good enough programme, either, for the rapid defeat of the totalitarians and the liberation of all people, all only to the extent that they want to be liberated, with the choice up to the individuals. -PIOT, J.Z., 12.11.1998.

WAR GUILT, See: COCHRAN, M.H., Germany Not Guilty in 1914, 1931, 1972 reprint by Ralph Myles Publisher, Colorado Springs, 236p: 1, in PP 1500. – See also my comments, under COCHRAN. – J.Z.

WAR ON DRUGS, PP 1139. – War promotes war and this anti-drug war, too, promotes drugs by making their production and distribution much more profitable. – J.Z.

WAR ON POVERTY, PP 975, PP 1012.

WAR ON POVERTY, See: ANDERSON, BILL, Casualties of the War on Poverty, 12pp: 498, in PP 1529-33.

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


WAR RESISTERS’ LEAGUE, A Platform for Disarmament, n.d., 4pp, in PP 1,019. (For a long article by me on disarmament by the people rather than of the people, see PP 16-18. J.Z.)

WAR RESISTERS LEAGUE, Organizer’s Manual, ed. by Ed Hedemann, WRL, N.Y., 1981, 1986, indexed, 222pp, in PP 1193.

WAR TAX RESISTANCE, various authors, 1964 – 1986, 36pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

WAR, DEADLINESS, compare ABORTION, DICTATORSHIPS (790) and traffic accidents. On the common enemy of all, death, see also e.g. LONGEVITY.


WAR, HERD INSTINCT IN PEACE & WAR, PP 1024. I rather think that primitive social herd “ideas” are involved much more so than supposed “aggressive instincts”. The wrong ideas drive to aggression, as e.g., when husbands consider their wives to be their personal property or wives their husbands. The territorial monopoly is still unquestioned by most people, unaware of the immense suffering that it causes for them. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WAR, Let Us Turn Wars into Election Campaigns, in which EVERYBODY WINS: PP 16/18, 650.

WAR, PEACE & THE STATE, PP 391 & 408 (Rothbard).


WAR, See: MARTIN, JAMES J., A “Good War” it Wasn’t: Review of: FUSSELL, PAUL, War Time: Understanding and Behavior in the 2nd. WW, OUP, 1989, 345pp : 21pp: 119, in PP 1505.

WAR, See: NEILSON, FRANCIS, How Diplomats Make War, 1915, 392pp, 728, in PP 1457/62.

WAR, See: ROCKWELL, LLEWELLYN H., Jr., War-of-the Month Club, 1p: 123, in PP 1469. – From CHALCEDON REPORT, Feb. 98. – I heard 2 days ago, on the radio, that in 1998 no less than 30 civil wars rage somewhere on Earth. Since WW II there took place, in each year, between 30 and 90 national and civil wars. War itself, with all its horrors, is not a sufficient deterrent, at least not for those with the power to decide upon them and to wage them. If you know of any books which go more to the roots of war and are better in describing workable peace programs than PEACE PLANS 16-18 and 61-63 do, PLEASE, point them out to me. – PIOT, J.Z., 17. May 1998.

WAR, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Welfare States at War, 6pp: 256, in PP 1529-33.

WAR, TURNED INTO A MERE POLICE ACTION AGAINST THE REAL WAR CRIMINALS. See: PP 16-18 & 61-63. See: Militia, Desertion, Libertarian Revolution, Defence, Tyrannicide, Nuclear Disarmament, War Aims, Unilateral Peace Treaties, Disarmament by the People, Separate Peace Treaties, Mass Fraternization, Refugees, Asylum, Governments in Exile, Tax Strikes, Refusals to Accept Government Paper Money, Monetary Revolution, On Panarchy.


WAR, UPROOTING WAR, PP 974 (flyer only).

WAR: ERNSBERGER, DON, War and the State, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 163.

WAR: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Economics of War, 7pp, abridged, from “Human Action”, in PP 1418: 40.

WAR: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., Prof., War, Peace & the State, 1963, 8pp, in PP 386; 11pp in PP 391; 3pp in PP 408; 6pp in PP 1132. – One of the few moral and clear stands of libertarians against nuclear weapons and also one of the best and most ignored essays that he ever wrote. – J.Z., 10/97.

WAR: SOLNEMAN, K.H.Z. (ZUBE, K.H.), The Manifesto of Freedom and Peace, the anti-thesis to the Communist Manifesto, manuscript version, with some notes by J.Z., 183pp, in PP 64-65.

WAR: WALTER, DAVE, War and Capitalism, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 27.

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

WAR: ZUBE, JOHN, What has to be changed in the constitutions of all States to make lasting peace possible and how can these reforms be realized? PP 61-63. In German in PP 399-401.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, Cooperation as a Way of Peace, 1939, indexed, 124pp, in PP 1168.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, Cooperative Decentralization, 6pp, n.d., republished by the School of Living, in its DECENTRALIST, in PP 1068.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, Cooperative Democracy Through Voluntary Association of the People as Consumers, 4th edition, 1936, 1942, indexed and with bibliography, 298pp, in PP 1097.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, General of Resume NEW WORLD ORDER THROUGH CO-OPERATIVE DEMOCRACY, a 1947 revision of the book “Cooperative Democracy through voluntary association of the people as consumers”, which was first published in 1923, 15pp, in PP 1162.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, Problems of Cooperation, N.Y., 1942, indexed, 212pp, in PP 1072.

WARBASSE, JAMES PETER, The Cooperative Way, A Method of World Reconstruction, The Cooperative League of the USA, 1946, 184pp, in PP 1068.

WARD, ARTEMUS, See: NOCKIAN SOCIETY, THE, Artemus Ward, 5pp, 307, in PP 1454. – This contribution is only initialled: R.M.T.

WARD, COLIN, After the Motor Age, Freedom Press, 1991, 112pp, 2 paragraph review, in PP1534: 111;

WARD, COLIN, The Crisis of Socialism, Acrata Press, 6pp, with MICHAEL BAKUNIN, from Critique of the Marxist Theory of the State, 5pp, in PP 1268.

WARD, DIANA, On Being and Becoming Feminist, 4pp: 17, in PP 1481.

WARD, FRANK S., The Individual Rights Amendment to the Constitution of the USA, 3 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

WARD, FRITZ R., Comments from an Anarchist, 2pp, with 2pp reply by S.E. Parker, in PP 1423: 41.

WARD, FRITZ, Laurance Labadie and the Origins of Modern Radical Libertarianism, 34pp, n.d., in PP 966.

WARD, James, Beat Keating’s tax on fringe benefits, 4pp, 29x, in PP 727.

WARDS OF THE GOVERNMENT, PP 999. Territorial governments keep us in a perpetual Kindergarten. – J.Z.





WARFARE, PP 77/78.

WARFARE, See: WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., My Lai & the Morality of War, 3pp: 449, in PP 1457/62.

WARM, FUZZY INQUIRER, THE, ROBERT J. SHEA, COMMENTS ON T.C., No. 12, August 89 – 17, April 1990, 18pp, in PP 1369/70: 187.

WARNACH, BRIGITTA, Der Freiheitssucher, John Henry Mackay und seine Zeit, 1982, 69pp, 29x, in PP 548.

WARNACH, BRIGITTE, Stirner – Mackay – Steiner, 11 S., eine ungefaehre Zusammenfassung des Vortrages, Witten-Augen, 16. Juni 1982, in PP 1329: 195.

WARNER & SWASEY CO., THE, 1776 – 1976, What Has REALLY Changed? American Business Principles Are Still Basic to Our Way of Life. 91 eloquent advertisements of The Warner & Swasey Co., a selection of many more, 96pp, booklet of Dec 15, 1976, ads from 1941 – 1975, in PP 1137.

WARNER, DENIS & PEGGY, New Light on ‘Blackest Day” – the battle of Savo Island. 2pp, THE BULLETIN, 29.4.97: 10, in PP 1495. – Often military obedience costs more lives than it saves. Vast improvements are needed in the procedures to get rid of incompetent to criminal officers. A tradition for disobedience has to be established and training should include disobedience training in assumed cases – whenever disobedience is due. Compare the discussion on ideal militia forces for the protection of individual rights rather than territorial governments. – J.Z.

WARNER, JOHN DeWITT, The Currency Famine of 1893, from “Sound Currency”, 1895,1896, 10pp, 24x, in PP 9. (A practical instance of free enterprise self-help against trade depressions and unemployment.) In “Sound Currency”, 24x, in PP 350-354.

WARNER, STUART D., Hayek’s Humean Heritage, 1p: 238, in PP 1463/64.

WARNER, STUART D., The Politics of the Book: The French Revolution and the Demise of Natural Rights Theory, from Philosophy and Theology, n.d., author? 30pp, in PP 995.

WARREN, BILL, The Politics of Obedience. Etienne de la Boetie and the Present, 5pp: 588, in PP 1484/85.

WARREN, CAROL & LASLETT, BARBARA, Privacy and Secrecy: A Conceptual Comparison, JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 33, 1977, 43-51, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p393, headed: Privacy and Consent.

WARREN, Egoism as an Ethical System, TJOP, LXXI/14, August 15, 1974, 17pp, in PP 1,020.

WARREN, G.O., Freedom, Rent, Interest, Profit, and Taxes, The True Causes of Wage-Slavery, Discussed and Exploded, an address on the Labour Question, 16 Nov., 1893, 15pp, in PP 1,004. In his way he opposes the money monopoly, too, but he is more concerned with the land monopoly. – J.Z.

WARREN, JOSIAH, A Few Words to the Pioneers, 3pp: 94, in PP 1481.

WARREN, JOSIAH, Education, Treatment of Children upon Equitable Principles, 7pp, in the appendix to his EQUITABLE COMMERCE, 1852, 24x, in PP 223.

WARREN, JOSIAH, Equitable Commerce, A New Development of Principles as Substitutes for Laws and Governments, for the Harmonious Adjustment and Regulation of the Pecuniary, Intellectual, and Moral Intercourse of Mankind, Proposed as Elements of New Society, 1852, with a 4pp preface by Stephen Pearl Andrews, 117pp, 24x, in PP 223.

WARREN, JOSIAH, Letter to a friend, July 1873, last published writing, 9pp, 24x in PP 109-110.

WARREN, JOSIAH, Manifesto, 1841, 12pp, in PP 916.

WARREN, JOSIAH, PP 222, 1006, 1021.

WARREN, JOSIAH, See: MORSE, SIDNEY H., Letter on Josiah Warren, ca. 2pp: 78, in PP 1481.

WARREN, JOSIAH, See: VIDA, Josiah Warren: Peaceful Revolutionist, 2pp: 190, in PP 1480.

WARREN, JOSIAH, True Civilization, An Immediate Necessity and the Last Ground of Hope for Mankind, Being the Results and Conclusions of 39 Years’ Laborious Study and Experiments in Civilization as it Is, and in Different Enterprises for Reconstruction, 1863, 189pp, indexed, 24x, PP 218.

WARRENDER, HOWARD, Political Theory and Historiography: A Reply to Prof. Skinner on Hobbes, THE HISTORICAL JOURNAL 22, 4, Dec. 79, 931-940, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1107, headed: Hobbes, Natural Law, and Historiography.

WASHINGTON POST, in SMH 6.4.92: Hammer falls on State-owned enterprise sale, 1p on denationalization in Russia, in PP 1279.

WASHINGTON POST, U.S. Arms for Pakistan: A Shameful Record, 1971, 1p, in PP 1357: 29. – Only those with an unblemished human rights record have the right to arms for only “right is accompanied with the authority to enforce it”, as Kant said. – In other words, most of the present armed forces have to be disarmed or retrained, turned into something like ideal militia forces of volunteers – and as such turned against all those governments that are oppressive and warlike. A huge change but it is high time to contemplate it. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Washington’s Vision, 1p, in PP1534: 143. – According to this he was at least in some respects a visionary muddlehead. – J.Z.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., George Washingtonon Liberty and Order, 9pp: 364, in PP 1529- 33. – Read P. Webster on how “honest” Georg W. was! Nor did he know how to finance a libertarian revolution or defence properly. But then even most of today’s libertarians do not bother to learn about this. – J.Z.

WASHINGTON’S FAREWELL ADDRESS, 1796, 16pp: 293, in PP 1529-33.

WASHTENAW LIBERTARIAN, I/3, Sep. 21, 1989, 2pp, in PP 1256.

WASSON, D.A., Theodore Parker as Religious Reformer, 28pp, 29x, in PP 373-375, from Tuckers Radical Review, May 1877.


WATER SHORTAGES, See: HAZLITT, HENRY, When Water Is Scarce, 1p: 252, in PP 1529- 33.

WATER SUPPLY, Sell the Public Water Supply, 1p, editorial of THE TORCH, in PP 1249.


WATER: ANON., The Ownership and Control of Water, 6pp, in PP 1418: 46.

WATER: FRESH WATER FROM THE SEA: Electrogravitational desalination, 2pp, in NOW WHAT, Nos. I & II, Fall 1987 & Spring 1989, published by Waves Forest, in PP 1,028/29.

WATER: LEAL, DON, Making Every Drop Count. The Case for Water Markets, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 252. From THE FREEMAN, June 88.

WATERMAN, ALAN S., Learning by Contract, CIE, 1973, 8pp, in PP 1419: 130.

WATERMAN, ALAN SE., Individualism and Interdependence, AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST 36, 1981, 762-783, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1685, headed: Individualism & Interdependence.

WATKIN, E.I., Unjustifiable War, Catholic essay, 1959, 12pp, 29x, in PP 408.

WATKINS, BRIAN, A British View of Europe 1992, 9pp: 44, in PP 1515.

WATKINS, HAL F., The Supreme Court (Economically Speaking), 4pp: 493, in PP 1529-33.

WATKINS, MICHAEL, Experience with Joint Consultation, 4pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

WATKINS, TREVOR, Conservation & Endangered Species, 85, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 90.

WATNER, CARL to TAYLOR, DAVID, 31 August 1989, 2pp, in PP 1539: 149. – On panarchism.

WATNER, CARL, A Historical Overview of “Health” Freedoms in the Libertarian Tradition, final copy, Sep. 84, 6pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, A Plague on Both Your Houses, June 86, 14pp, with some notes by J.Z., in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, A Question of Property, Two Opinions, part one, 15pp, part two, 9pp, 1977, 29x, in PP 243.

WATNER, CARL, A Voluntaryist Bibliography, Annotated, THE VOLUNTARYIST SERIES, No. IV, 16pp, in PP 852.

WATNER, CARL, Academic Freedom, 1p, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Alphabetical Index to the Collected Works of Lysander Spooner, 24x, 20pp in PP 134.

WATNER, CARL, An Octopus Would sooner Release its Prey: Voluntaryism vs. Educational Statism, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, An Open Letter to Murray Rothbard, May 7, 1983, 2pp, in PP 1312/1314: 290.

WATNER, CARL, Anarchist Catalog, 1983, of Laissez Faire Books, 10pp, 29x, in PP 657.

WATNER, CARL, Anti-Statism: An American Tradition, Part 1, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1293, Part 2, 3pp: 1333, Part 3, 2pp: 1369.

WATNER, CARL, Bad or Worse! 2pp on government school regulation, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, Benjamin Tucker and his Periodical , LIBERTY, JLS, 4/77, 12pp, in PP 915.

WATNER, CARL, Benjamin Tucker’s LIBERTY, from REASON, 4/79, 3pp, 24x, in PP 914.

WATNER, CARL, Beyond the Reach of Authority, May 85, 8pp, in PP 1152/1153. (Plymouth Pioneers)

WATNER, CARL, Chaos in the Air: Voluntaryism or Statism in the Early Radio Industry? 6pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, editor, LAISSEZ FAIRE BOOKS, 1983 Anarchist Catalog, 16pp, in PP 875. (I have not yet heard about a new edition.)

WATNER, CARL, Emergencies! 3pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Experiment with Truth, an interview by AGAINST THE WALL, on his imprisonment for civil contempt, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1561.

WATNER, CARL, For Conscience’s Sake, 4pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Free Banking and Fractional Reserves, THE VOLUNTARYIST, Dec. 87 2pp, with 1p reply by Lawrence H. White, 29x, in PP 911.

WATNER, CARL, Free Men, Free Markets, and Free Civilizations, July 1885, 10pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, From the Bowels of the Beast, 1983, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 39.

WATNER, CARL, Further Comments directed to WHITE, LAWRENCE H., 1p, 29x, in PP 911.

WATNER, CARL, Granville Sharp’s Life and Work, Fall 79 DANDELION, 8pp, 29x, in PP 243.

WATNER, CARL, Hard Money in the Voluntaryist Tradition, THE VOLUNTARYIST, Jan. 87, 5pp, in PP 793.

WATNER, CARL, Hard Money, Soft Money and Government Money! THE VOLUNTARYIST, June 1989, 2pp, 29x, in PP 905 & 911, 2pp, in PP 1240, with some notes, 7pp, by John Zube.

WATNER, CARL, In Favorem Libertatis: The Life and Work of Granville Sharp, JLS, 2/80, 18pp, in PP 915.

WATNER, CARL, Let Sleeping Dogs Lie”, Aug. 84, 4pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, LIBERTY in the 20th Century: A Review of Forthcoming “LIBERTY” works, 4pp, 29x in PP 403.

WATNER, CARL, Lysander Spooner – Anarchist Lawyer, 1978, 9pp, 24x in PP 111-134, & PP 336, 29x, in PP 243.

WATNER, CARL, Lysander Spooner: Ireland and Proprietary Justice, 16pp, in PP 915.

WATNER, CARL, Lysander Spooner: Libertarian Pioneer, 4pp, 24x, in PP 111-134, & PP 336.

WATNER, CARL, Major Crimes of the U.S. Government: 1776-1993, 5pp, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, Man without a Country, 4pp, in PP 1150. (Who would like a country around his neck? But each is entitled to a voluntary and exterritorially autonomous association with others who have the same or similar ideas to his own. That does not only apply to arts, crafts, hobby, bread earning and entertainment or sports associations but also to political, economic system and social preferences and experiments or traditions. – To each his own church or none, his own State or none – and his friends and associates, unmolested and tolerated by all those who want their associations unmolested and tolerated as well, whatever they may be. – J.Z.)

WATNER, CARL, Modest Revolutionary Proposal, A: John Zube and Microfiche, 1 p. article in The Voluntaryist, 29x, in PP 632,642. – One of the VERY FEW articles in the libertarian and anarchist press that bothered to point out this freedom of expression and information opportunity and what one person could achieve with it. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WATNER, CARL, Of Hippocratic Medicine, Pythagoras, and Voluntaryism 2pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Oh, Ye Are for Anarchy!: Consent Theory in the Radical Libertarian Tradition, May 84, 25pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, One of our Most Human Experiences: Voluntaryism, Marriage and the Family, 5pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Private Money Firsts, THE VOLUNTARYIST, Feb. 89, 3pp, 29x, in PP 865.

WATNER, CARL, Rediscovering Charles Lane, 5pp, in PP 916.

WATNER, CARL, Rightful Property Ownership and Wrongful Possession, 2pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Seizure Fever, from THE VOLUNTARYIST, April 93, 2pp, in PP 1122, 2pp, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, Some Letters to the Editor, various publications, 4pp, 24x, in PP 914. On: Trash Collection, Too Harsh a Cure; Truck Regulation and Deregulation, Hurt No One; Press Freedom Should Be a Property Rights Question; Libertarians; Postal Service Needs Competition; Why Athletes Earn More than Great Scientists; Exclusion of LP Candidate from Presidential Debate; Is NASA Illegitimate? Libertarian Ed Clark Should Be Included in the Debates; If a Strike Is a Crime, what about Quitting? Libertarian Stand; Neither Saints; Libertarians’ Library; Demunicipalize Trash Collection; C.W. at a Demo, 1980; for Ed Clark’s Participation in Presidential Debate. (Newspapers do not always have room for such letters. Microfiche have!)

WATNER, CARL, That Second Relic of Barbarism: The Crusade Against Mormon Polygamy, 1862-1890, final copy, Sep. 84, 7pp, in PP 1152/1153. I know very little about both events but I suspect that in the Civil War as in the War against the Mormon secessionists, the real fights were not, primarily, about slavery and polygamy but about territorially enforced unity and imposed power. – J.Z.

WATNER, CARL, The “Criminal” Metaphor in the Libertarian Tradition, JLS, V/3, Summer 1981, 13pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, The Case Against Democracy: The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same, 2pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, The Constitution and Unsound Money: A Reply to Conrad Braun’s “The Constitution and Sound Money”, THE VOLUNTARYIST, June 88, 1/2p, 29x, in PP 911.

WATNER, CARL, The Decision Is Always Yours – Freedom as Self-Control, final version, June 85, revised for submission to THE FREEMAN, Luly 85, 6pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, The English Individualists as they appear in LIBERTY, 29pp, 24x, in PP 336.

WATNER, CARL, The Fundamentals of Voluntaryism, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

WATNER, CARL, The Indian Land Issue, 10pp, in PP 916.

WATNER, CARL, The Levellers’ Struggle for Liberty in England. The Special Role Played by Richard Overton, from THE DANDELION, Fall-Winter 1980, 16pp, 29x, in PP 912.

WATNER, CARL, The Logic of Anarchy, 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 249. WATNER, CARL, The Most Generous Nation on Earth: Voluntaryism and American Philanthropy, 6pp, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, The Noiseless Revolution, August 84, 10pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, The Radical Libertarian Tradition in Antislavery Thought, JLS, 3/79, 31pp, in PP 915.

WATNER, CARL, The Relation of the Individual to the State: The Case for Conscientious Objection, July 84, 6pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, The Sin of the Intellectuals, 3pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, The Voluntaryist Principle, Aug. 84, 3pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, Those “Impossible Citizens”: Civil Resistants in 19th Century New Ingland, JLS, 2/79, 18pp, in PP 915.

WATNER, CARL, to TAYLOR, DAVID, June-August 89 correspondence on non-violent resistance and Boetie’s famous essay on Voluntary Servitude, 20pp, rest of exchange to follow, 29x, in PP 896. – The above still constitutes only a fraction of the freedom writings of Carl Watner. Why aren’t all libertarian writers sufficiently interested in getting all their freedom writings cheaply and permanently accessible in at least one medium like microfiche, floppy disks, CD-ROMs or online? Why do they leave all too many of them to the not so tender mercies of print on paper? Don’t they realize the degree of inaccessibility of many of their writings? Don’t they want them to be as accessible as possible? Are they unable or unwilling to consider all their self-publishing and coop publishing options? Are they copyrights addicts? Don’t they care sufficiently about the fate of their brain children? Do they think that publishing them once, temporarily, and in limited editions only, in print, on paper, is taking sufficient care of them for all of their future? Biological children need parental support until they are self-supporting. Should we do less for our brain children? Should we continue to ignore even the cheapest and most efficient support options and leave the re-discovery of many of our writings to future historians and archivists? Have we so little RESPECT for our ideas and their POTENTIAL? Their treatment seems to me to be even worse than that of inmates of many concentration camps or POW camps. Mostly at least an attempt is made to keep them alive, and this in spite of the fact that they were members of enemy forces. We should rather show prolonged and sufficient hospitality to all our brain children, rather than letting them suffer from neglect and non-exposure for years to decades. See: Ideas Archive. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WATNER, CARL, Towards a Proprietary Theory of Justice, 1971, 47pp, 24x, in PP 134.

WATNER, CARL, Trust Not in Princes, 1p, somewhat reviewing: Harry Scherman: The Promises Men Live By, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Two Undergrounds: The Case for Disobedience to Wicked Laws, 4pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntary” Contributions to the National Treasury: Where Does One Draw the Line? 3pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryism and the English Language, 1990, 4pp, LA Historical Notes No. 18, in PP 1,052 – 1,061, 5pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryism and the Evolution of Industrial Standards, 5pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryism and the Voluntary Principle in Historical Perspective, final copy, Sep. 84, 12pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryism in the Evolution of the Oil Industry, 2pp, in PP 1150. 9/84, 10pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryism in the Libertarian Tradition, THE VOLUNTARYIST SERIES, No. II, 14pp in PP 852.

WATNER, CARL, Voluntaryists and Indians: Proprietary Justice and Aboriginal Land Rights, 4pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, Watner’s Concept of the Voluntaryist Spirit, June 83, revised August 83, 11pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, Watner’s Concept of Voluntaryist Resistance, Jan. 83, revised May 83, 9pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, Weights and Measures: State or Market? 2pp, in PP 1150.

WATNER, CARL, We’re All Inside Traders”, n.d., 3pp, complete? Final version? in PP 1152/1153.

WATNER, CARL, What We Believe And Why, 1p, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, Who Controls the Children? 6pp, in PP 1151.

WATNER, CARL, Who’s To Say”, Part 1, 10pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1643. – On the standardization of measurements, privately or by governments?

WATNER, CARL, Who’s to Say?: Natural Law and the Final Authority, March 81, 35pp, in PP 1152/1153.

WATSON, A.S., The Australian Wheat Board: Marketing Agency or Plaything for Politicians, Public Servants and Farm Organisations? CIS 1983, 10pp, 36x, in PP 720.

WATSON, GARY, Skepticism about Weakness of Will, PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW 86, 1977, 316-339, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p292, headed: Weak Will vs. Compulsion.

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

WATT, ANTHONY, Anthony Eden and Russian Prisoners of War, a 4pp review, in Quadrant, of Nikolai Tolstoy: Victims of Yalta, 36x, in PP 418-419, p15.

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

WATTERSON, JOHN S., Thomas Burke, Paradoxical Patriot, THE HISTORIAN 41, Aug. 79, 664-81, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1298, headed: Thomas Burke: Whig Radical.

WATTS, D., The Equality Dogma Leads to Communism, 18pp, 29x, in PP 392.

WATTS, JONATHAN, Time to admit surgical atrocities, 1p clipping on Japanese atrocities in WW II, in PP 1423: 74. – Prevention has to begin with admission & recognition. So far too few libertarians and anarchists have cared for libertarian rules of international law, although, they, too, could lead to the realization of libertarianism and anarchism for libertarians and anarchists. Wars as conducted today can be seen as opportunities to advocate and practice, through alternative institutions and agreements, liberating principles and practices. No one else can offer a more ethical and realistic way to prevent and end wars. – Alas, most “freedom lovers” seem to shun discussions of the details required. – J.Z., 15.10.97.

WATTS, VERNON ORVAL, Economize – Or Perish! Human Must Choose, 33pp, in PP 524: 239.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, Away From Freedom, The Revolt of the College Economists, 1952, 105pp, The Foundation for Social Research, L.A., Cal., contains some monetary freedom ideas, in PP 1,015.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, Do We Want Free Enterprise? L.A. Chamber of Commerce, 1944, 165pp, with a short review of the book by one of his opponents, Paul A. Samuelson, 1p, in PP 1,004. The book favours free banking. – J.Z.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, Should we Strengthen the United Nations? 1960, 42pp, in PP 957.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, So You Believe in Rent Control? FEE, 1946 (?), 15pp, in PP 1,015.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, Union Monopoly, Its Cause and Cure, Studies of the Foundation for Social Research, L.A., Cal., Vol. II, No. 1, Spring 1954, 88pp, in PP 1,005.

WATTS, VERVON ORVAL, Why Are We So Prosperous? Minneapolis, 1938, 99pp, in PP 1,008. O.V. WATTS was still alive in 1990, although very old, and I was assured by one of his friends, Rev. Edmund Opitz, that he would love to see his writings reproduced on microfiche. These are all I have on hand. Can you offer me any more for this purpose? Honour significant writers by keeping them in print, in any way that you can do so without unbearable financial sacrifices for yourself. A favourite book of yours should be worth $ 25 – 50 to you in fiching and duplicating “investment” to keep it permanently in print, at least on fiche. – J.Z.

WAY OUT, A, School of Living periodical, vol. 22/1, Jan./Feb. & 22/3, May/June 66, 66pp, in PP 1386/91: 1002. – Vol. 23, Nos. 3 & 4, October 1967, 64pp, 24x, in PP 55. – It did not and does not teach how to keep one’s writings cheaply and permanently alive, in at least one medium, like microfiche. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WAYLAND, FRANCIS, Protective Duties, 8pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WAYSIDE CHAPEL OF THE CROSS (Sydney) & its coffee shop, 1, 2.

WDDTY Guide to Medical Tests, 1p flyer, in PP 1281/82.

WE THE PEOPLE; LIBERTY GRANTS & VULTURES IN EAGLES’ CLOTHING, Leaflet from Huntington Beach, 5pp: 119, in PP 1475.

WEALE, ALBERT, Consent, POLITICAL STUDIES, UK, 26, March 78, 65-77, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p402, headed: Locke, Freedom, and Tacit Consent.

WEALTH & POVERTY, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, Inequality of Wealth and Income, 1955, 5pp: 29, in PP 1480.


WEALTH, PP 373/75 (INGALLS), 407, 520, 605, 626, 890, 1162.

WEALTH, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Secret of American Prosperity, 1955, 5pp: 80, in PP 1480. – See: Development.

WEALTH: PETERSON, WILLIAM H., Defending the rich, 2pp, in PP 1430/31: 182. – If only most of the poor could be bothered to ponder the conditions required for making almost everybody rich as the result of his own and prolonged productive efforts. This would require full economic and especially monetary and financial freedom for them and one can almost count on the fingers the few who are presently interested in that, in every country. On the contrary, most believe rather in restricting economic liberties than using them for themselves. The few who got rich often managed to do so in spite of the existing restrictions and they remained relatively few because of them. Indeed, there are rich who played the zero sum game of power, influence and privilege but most of the existing wealth was not attained and preserved in this way, in spite of the teachings of many ideologues. – J.Z., 13.6.98.


WEATHER SERVICE, PRIVATIZATION, See: POOLE, ROBERT, Privatize the Weather Service, 1/2 p, in PP 277/278: 215.

WEATHER SERVICE, See: POOLE, ROBERT, Privatize the Weather Service, 1/2p, in PP 278.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, Group Anarchy, 2pp, from his work “The Mainspring of Human Progress”, 24x, in PP 8.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, Talking to Ourselves, 2pp, in PP 1418: 1.

WEAVER, HENRY GRADY, The Main Spring of Human Progress, 1947, 287pp, with bibliography and index, 29x, in PP 504. See SHELLY, THOMAS J., Study Guide to Henry Grady Weaver’s The Mainspring of Human Progress, 1955, FEE, 43pp, in PP 1129.

WEAVER, PAUL H., Regulation, Social Policy and Class Conflict, PUBLIC INTEREST 50, Winter 78, 45-63, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p295, headed: The Regulating Class.

WEB, THE, A magazine discussing feminism, animal rights, anarchy, the environment… Issue One. Date? 24pp, in PP 1256.

WEBB, CATHERINE, Industrial Co-Operation: The Story of a Peaceful Revolution, being an Account of the History, Theory, and Practice of the Co-operative Movement in Great Britain and Ireland, 5th. ed., revised 1912. (1st. ed. was 1904.) Indexed, 287pp, 36x, in PP 299.

WEBB, DAVID, Pornography, Free Expression and the Free Society, 1992, 2pp, LA Political Notes No. 71, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

WEBB, GEORGE, The Economics of Contracting Out, 1991, 2pp, in PP 1135.

WEBB, MARY, Feminism as Anarchism: A Lasting Perspective, 4pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

WEBB, SIDNEY, The Difficulties of Individualism, 23pp, 1909, a socialist view, 36x, in PP 340.

WEBBER, CAROL, Why should a parent work for liberty? 1pp, in PP 1382/85: 257.

WEBER, CHARLES E., American Money: Past, Present and Future, THE FREEMAN, August 1976, 6pp, in PP 806.

WEBER, ERNST JUERG, Currency Competition in Switzerland, 1826-1850, KYKLOS, Vol. 41, 1988, 19pp, in PP 814.

WEBER, JAMES A., Energy Ethics, a Positive Response, 7pp: 250, in PP 1529-33.

WEBER, JOHN & BRAMBLE, OAKLEY R., Gold! The Ultimate Hedge, n.d., 64pp, in PP 1401: 89.

WEBER, KURT, Politics of Famine, 1p, in PP 279: 70, on Ethiopia.

WEBER, KURT, Protectionism … , 1p, in PP 279: 84.

WEBER, KURT, Suppressing American Democracy by Law, 1p, in PP 279: 87.

WEBER, KURT, Too Much Anti-Discrimination, 1p, in PP 279: 88.

WEBER, L.A., Crime in Society, Legality vs. Morality, 2pp, in PP 1132.

WEBER, MAX, Die zwei Arten des Berufspolitikers, 1 S., in PP 1290/91p55. – Aus “Politische Schriften”, Muenchen, 1921, S. 404.

WEBER, WARREN E., See: ROLNICK, ARTHUR J. & WEBER, WARREN E. WEBSTER, DANIEL, Conscription, 4pp, in PP 499. Excerpt from 1814 speech.

WEBSTER, DANIEL, Conscription: The Worst Form of Despotism, 2pp, in PP 1132, 1814, 1p, in PP 1,027. (In some spheres progress seems to take centuries. J.Z.) 5pp, in PP 984.

WEBSTER, PELATIAH, First American Economist, PP 1021.

WEBSTER, PELATIAH, Not Worth a Continental, 6pp, 1780, 24x, in PP 42-44. (A critique of forced currency.)

WEBSTER, PELATIAH, POLITICAL ESSAYS, on the Nature and Operation of Money, Public Finances and other Subjects, Philadelphia, 1791, 504pp, with some notes by John Zube and a review by Percy L. Greaves, in PP 994 & 995. W. was one of the first outspoken opponents of legal tender paper money. A Burt Franklin reprint came out in 1969. I found an original edition in the library of Bettina Bien Greaves. – Ponder the evils and wrongs of paper money with this volume and how the American revolutionary authorities, including Washington, as commander, mistreated and cheated their own troops with this flawed monetary system, if it deserves such a name. – How much faster and with how much less bloodshed could the American Revolution have been won under conditions of full monetary freedom? – This freedom could have promoted the liberation of slaves as well and prevented the rise political and military power, not only in America. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WEBSTER, R.H., Wheeling and Dealing under Rent Control, 1980, CIS, 6pp, 29x, in PP 397.

WEBSTER, Webster’s Change of Views, Speech, July 1846, 10pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WECKER, KONSTANTIN, German poet and folk singer, close to panarchist views, PP 755.

WEDDELL, JESSICA, Once Were Warriors, a 1p review of the book with the same title by DUFF, ALAN, in PP 1336 – 39: 52.

WEDDELL, WILLIAM, House of Honour. The Free Market vs. the Killing Fields & their vile mentor, in PP 1336 – 39: I, 2pp: 94; II: 2pp, 132: “Philosophically, the Commerce Act is an excrescence from the same Rousseau-Kant-Marx stable as the writings of John Rawls.” – Rand had more in common with Rousseau & Kant than she knew and most of her followers do. – J.Z.

WEDGWOOD, JOSIAH AND ETHEL, The Road to Freedom – and what lies beyond, 1913, 156 pp, 29x, in PP 591.

WEDGWOOD, JOSIAH, Essays and Adventures of a Labour M.P., 1924, Georgist, 36x, 1924, 263pp, in PP 624.

WEDMORE, CECIL, Sayings of John Bright, 1911, 64pp, in PP 1071.

WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN, 6.8.77: Angry Banabans to invade island, 1p: 122, in PP 1496. – Typical treatment for powerless minorities.

WEEKS, BYRON T., Col., Dr., FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY, FEMA, with comments by RON REGEHR & JASON LEIGH, 4pp, 1997, in PP1534: 140.

WEGELIN, WALTER, Tauschsozialismus und Freigeld, 1921, 122pp, mit Besprechungen ueber Proudhon, Rodbertus, Solvay, Fluerscheim, Spencer, 29x, in PP 568.

WEHLING, J., What Is Anarchism? Home page only, 1p, in PP 1534: 103.

WEIDENBAUM, MURRAY & ROCKWOOD, LINDA, Corporate Planning vs. Government Planninc, PUBLIC INTEREST, USA, 46, 1977, 59-72, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p118. Headed: Government Planning.


WEIK, MARY H., “Peaceful” Use of Atomic Energy? 3pp, 1966, 24x in PP 8.

WEINBAU BEI MOSKAU, 1 S., Forschung, Landwirtschaft, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 125. Man kann es auch am Nordpol tun, zu einem Preis! – J.Z.

WEINER, A.B., The German “Miracle”, 11pp: 74, in PP 1506/07.

WEINER, NADIA, Immoral Use of Feminism, 1984, 4pp, in PP 1127/1128.

WEINER, SAM, For Workers’ Control, 3pp: 140, in PP 1515.

WEINER, SAM, This Is No Time for Pessimism, 1951, 4pp, 29x, in PP 542.

WEIR, ERNEST T., Leave Emotions out of our Foreign Policy, 5pp, in PP 1392: 120.

WEIRAUCH, KAERSTIN, Gedanken am Grabe von John Henry Mackay, dem “Saenger der Anarchie”, 2 S., UNSERE ZEITUNG, Nr. 1, 18. 3. 90, in PP 1327: 110.

WEISHAAR, WAYNE & PARRISH, WAYNE W., Men Without Money. The Challenge of Barter and Scrip, 1933, 120pp: 90-116, in PP 1521. -Men without money should Make their OWN and SOUND alternative monies. This is the challenging task: To provide something better than conventional barter or scrip or limited clearing options in place of the present system of monetary despotism. On this see especially the writings of Ulrich von Beckerath, 1882 – 1969 in this series. How to advance from primitive barter or scrip issues to close to perfect alternative exchange media, clearing channels and value standards is one of the main tasks of our times. There are ca. 30 million unemployed in Indonesia now and maybe 120 -200 million in Red China. Neither these unemployed nor their masters nor their equivalents anywhere else, have so far cared much about their monetary freedom options, which could quite suddenly cure many of their economic woes. Some of these States are still dictatorships and some of them are armed with mass extermination devices and could, during internal troubles, easily slide us into another world war and, perhaps, the “final solution” for man. LMP tries to get the full case for monetary freedom together – but cannot achieve this quite on its own. If YOU know of a way to convey such knowledge to victims or victimizers, please let me know. – J.Z., 11.11.1998.

WEI-SHIN KING, Republic of China’s System of Land Taxation, 14pp, in PP 1216.

WEISS ROGERS, ANN, Making Dough in the Heartland, 3pp, from THE FREEMAN, Nov. 89, against compulsory licensing, in PP 918.

WEISS, JOHN, The Orthodox Basis of Revivalism, 16pp, from Tucker’s RADICAL REVIEW, August 1877, 29x, in PP 373-375.

WEISSTUB, DAVID N., Law and Telos: Some Historical Reflections on the Nature of Authority, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW 12, 1978, 225-247, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p579, headed: Law, Telos, and Authority.

WEITLING, WILHELM, Die Menschheit, wie sie ist und wie sie sein sollte, Auswahl von Paul Oestreich, 1919, 47 S., in PP 1307: 105-116. – Marx brachte nichts Neues oder, was er zusetzte war auch noch falsch. Weitling is hier den ueblichen wirtschaftlichen Vorurteilen verfallen aber zeigt doch wenigstens einige Freiheitsansaetze. Die verbleibenden zahlreichen Irrtuemer fuehrten dann Millionen willig und dutzende von Millionen unfreiwillig zum Totalitarismus. Weitling lebte von 1808 – 1871. Seine Hauptschrift war: “Garantien der Harmonie und Freiheit”, 1842, Akademie Verlag, Berlin, Ostdeutschland, 1955. (JZL) Hier verfilmt sind die Hauptteile einer Vorlaeuferschrift. Zwei Seiten von Notizen von Ulrich von Beckerath, von 1956, zu seinem Hauptwerk, sind in der ersten Sammlung von Beckerath Papieren zu finden. Was ich am meisten bei solchen alten Schriften bedaure ist die Tatsache, dass bei so vielen die Ideen und Argumente auch heute noch nicht ueber diese Vorlaeufer hinausgehen. Vergl. z.B. die heutigen Schriften der “Little Free Press”. Andererseits, wollten Weitling, auf S. 24 und der Verfasser der LFP die Guetergemeinschaft und andere “Reformen” nur fuer Freiwillige. Nur so realisiert koennten solche Gemeinschaften lehrreich genug fuer Teilnehmer und Aussenstehende sein. – J.Z.

WELCH, COLIN, Don’t Blame the Russian People, 1982, 1p, 29x, in PP 698.

WELFARE “RIGHTS”, Cambridge Peace Aims Group, in PP 589/90.


WELFARE STATE, Beyond the Welfare State, PP 1052-61 (LA Political Notes 65),

WELFARE STATE, PP 30, 33 – 35, 626, 696, 723, 769, 864, 954, 980, 1011, 1016, 1052-61 (LA Economic Notes 20, Historical Notes 10, Philosophical Notes 21), 1101, 1132, 1139, 1146, 1147,

WELFARE STATE, See: ASHFORD, NIGEL, Dismantling the Welfare State: Why & How, 93, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 103.

WELFARE STATE, See: BAETJER, HOWARD, Jr., Does Welfare Diminish Poverty? 6pp: 544, in PP 1529-33.

WELFARE STATE, See: CARSON, CLARENCE B., C.S. Lewis on Compelling People to Do Good, 10pp: 302, in PP 1529-33.

WELFARE STATE, See: MICKLETHWAIT, BRIAN, Arguing about the Welfare State: A Radio Confrontation with Professor Peter Townsend, July 17th, 1996, POLITICAL NOTES No. 130, 2pp: 73, in PP 1487.

WELFARE STATE, See: MICKLETHWAITE, BRIAN, On the Intended Consequences of State Welfare and of Business: Now Is the Time to Take the Moral Offensive, 96, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 197.

WELFARE STATE, See: MISES, LUDWIG von, The Agony of the Welfare State, 1953, 5pp: 36, in PP 1480.

WELFARE STATE, See; SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Welfare States at War, 6pp: 256, in PP 1529-33.

WELFARE STATE: CLARK, ALICIA GARCIA, The Welfare State vs. the Poor, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1415.

WELFARE STATE: COOK ISLANDS, Welfare State Corruption, large, on a small scale, 1996 clippings, 4pp, in PP 1357: 107.

WELFARE STATE: KELLEY, DAVID, The Spirit of Entitlement, 3pp extract from the draft of a book on welfare “rights”, in PP 1336/39: 389.

WELFARE STATE: LIBERTARIAN ALTERNATIVE, Welfare – The Moral Issue, 1p, in PP 1351.

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


WELFARE, PRIVATE, PP 1013. 1147.


WELFARISM, See: COWEN, TYLER, Political Philosophy and Welfare Economics, Bibliographic Essay, 4pp: 133, in PP 1463/64.

WELFORD, RICHARD GRIFFITHS, How Will Free Trade In Corn Affect The Farmer? Being an Examination of the Effects of Corn Laws Upon British Agriculture, London, 1843, 210,pp, in PP 1124. – Apparently, some such information has only recently leaked through to Japanese rice farmers. – J.Z.

WELLER, KEN, Don’t Be a Soldier! Review of this book, anon., 1p, in PP 493.

WELLES, DERRICK, “ED”, Smeare: The Story of UPDATE – Part I, 4pp:203. Part II, 2pp:214, Part III, 1p:223, in PP 1312/1314.

WELLING, WOODY, notes on panarchism in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, with comments by J. Zube, part of 10 pp, 29x, in PP 879.

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

WELLING, WOODY, panarchist notes in TC, No. 120, of 10 June 84, with comments by John Zube, 31 July 89, part 16pp, 29x, on PP 870.

WELLS, D.A., Necessity and Benefit of the Speedy Reduction of Tariff Taxation, 27pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WELLS, D.C., Review, 4pp, in YALE REVIEW, May 1896, of Hake & Wesslau, The Coming Individualism, in PP 795.

WELLS, DONALD R. & SCRUGGS, L.S., Towards Free Banking, 1986, 4pp, in PP 970.

WELLS, F. JEAN, Banks and Thrifts: Restructuring and Solvency, updated April 5, 89, CRS Issue Brief, 14pp, in PP 1240.

WELLS, F. JEAN, Nonbank Banks, CRS Issue Brief, Nov. 3, 88, 4pp, in PP 1240.

WELLS, G.A., ed., J.M. Robertson (1856-1933): Liberal, Rationalist, and Scholar, 1987, 271pp, 1p flyer about this book, 29x, in PP 864.

WELLS, H.G., The Idea of a World Encyclopaedia, 8pp, ca. 1931-1946, in PP 823. – Compare the Ideas Archive described in PP 183, the ideal market for freedom ideas etc., in PP 20/21 and the frequent advocacy in these pages of at least a LIBERTARIAN ENCYCLOPAEDIA. Does nobody else want it? Do I have to compile it on my own? Help!!! – J.Z.

WELLS, H.G., The Rights of Man or What Are We Fighting For? Extract, containing the 1st. version of 10 points, in letter to The Times, Revised Declaration, 10 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

WELLS, ROBERT, Forget native title, the land belongs to us all. Letter, 30.12.96 in “WEST”, 1p, in PP 1393: 112. Many more non-aborigines than Aborigines were born and live now in Australia. Who can rightly deny them their “native” status or blame them for any crimes their grandparents or parents may have committed? My 3 sons and 3 grandchildren were born here. – What would have happened to Aborigines under Nazi or Japanese occupation? – I do not believe in a collective racial guilt trip, either. – J.Z.

WELLS, ROBYN, These babies can do maths, 2pp, 36x, in PP 714.

WELLS, SAM, A Strategy for Activists, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 272.

WELLS, SAM, Jr., A Letter from an Individualist: Defining Freedom and Coercion, 2pp, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

WELLS, SAM, Jr., A Letter from an Individualist: Democracy and Taxation, 1p, in OPTION, in PP 1,028/29.

WELLS, SAM, Network News Bias, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 629.

WELSH, KERRY, Libertarian spirit alive in socialist Norway, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 166.

WELSH, KERRY, South Africa’s Solution, Review, 1p, of LOUW, LEON & KENDALL, FRANCES: South Africa – The Solution, in PP 1382/85: 328.

WELT IM BUCH, Sonderbeilage des Europa Journal, Gmunden, n.d., zeigte Buecher von Kurt Zube’s Verlag an, 4 S., in PP 1290/91p233.

WELT, DIE, 16 Feb. 87, Tabelle: Unersaettlicher Fiskus, in PP 1323: 36. Lohnsteueraufkommen in Milliarden DM, 1970-87, von 35 Md auf 152 Md angestiegen. – Dennoch sehen die meisten Arbeitnehmer immer noch die Arbeitgeber als Ausbeuter an. – J.Z., 3.5.96.

WELT, DIE, a goods warrant sample by a large German newspaper, in PP 787.

WELT, DIE, Groesster Boden-Spekulant ist der Staat, 1981, Ausschnitt, 1 S.: 84, in PP 1493.

WELTPRESSE, 187, 1946: Lebensverlaengerung bis zu 120 Jahren, 1S., in PP 1290/91p128.

WELT-UNIVERSITAET, EINE, 18 Studenten haben eine Idee, 1 S., Gute Ideen, Unterrichtswesen, in IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 25. Warum sollte eine Weltuniversitaet besser sein als viele lokale gute Universitaeten mit vielen internationalen Studenten? Der Name macht es nicht allein. – J.Z., 7.6.96.

WELTWEITE VERLAG, DER, Buecher voll neuer Ideen, 1 S., Ideen Archiv, in PP 1330-32: 259. Buecher des praktischen Wissens, 1S., ibid: 260. Verlagsprospekte von Kurt Zube.

WELWEITER VERLAG, Wien wehrt sich mit Witz! Fluesterwitze aus den Jahren 1938 – 1945, 31 S., in PP 1330-1332: 353.

WENDT, WILLIAM F., Jr., Why Is Chicago Building Another Million Dollar Loser? 4pp, on electric rail rapid transit, Heartland Institute, in PP 1104.

WENDY, QRTL, Abortion – A Woman’s Right to Choose? 2pp, in PP 1428/29: 386.

WENLEY, R.M., The Anarchist Ideal, 1913, 71pp, in PP 1,031. – The only essay I found of some interest in a book by that name, which had added : “and other essays”. – J.Z.

WERE, J.B. & SON, Gold, an investment that stands the test of time, adv., March 87, 5pp, 48x, in PP 740.

WERKHEISER, DON to THEO MEGALLI, 24 Nov.86, 1p. 48x, in PP 740.

WERKHEISER, DON, Complex Barter – A Friendly Game, 3pp, in PP 995.

WERKHEISER, DON, Evolutionary Personality Growth Chart, 1p, in PP 1386/91 : 1081.

WERKHEISER, DON, Geld, 29 S.: 81, in PP 1455. – Free banking discussion.

WERKHEISER, DON, Invisible Tyranny, II. Toward the Alternative of Mutual Convenience, JHR, date? 18pp, in PP 987.

WERKHEISER, DON, Invisible Tyranny: Symbolization in Human Relations, JHR, 13pp, date? In PP 987.

WERKHEISER, DON, Is it Possible to Survive? 51pp, 29x in PP 385 & 409.

WERKHEISER, DON, On New Human Relations, 8pp, 29x, in PP 390.

WERKHEISER, DON, Some Letters and Papers on Monetary Freedom, SOR & MOR (closely related to the panarchistic distinctions! J.Z.), 1987,1988, 26pp, including some notes by J.Z., interspersed during the transcription, 29x, in PP 865.

WERKHEISER, DON, Stop Inflation with Honest Money, 1p, 83, in PP 1386/91: 912.

WERKHEISER, DON, Stop Inflation with Honest Money, 1p, in GREEN REVOLUTION, Winter 1983, in PP 803.

WERKHEISER, DON, The “Free” Rigged Market or Vice-Versa, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 1016.

WERKHEISER, DON, Usury or Interest? – Mutual Option Relationship, 1988, 2pp, in PP 1386/91: 958. – Discussing views of Fred Foldvary.

WERKHEISER, DON, Voluntary Associations, 4pp, 24x, in PP 6.

WERNER, L.ROB, Legal Advertising Comes of Age, 1p, in PP 1356.


WERTFREI. Nos. 1 & 2, 1973/74, The Review of The Society of Praxeology, 52pp, only copies on hand, in PP 995.

WERTGUTSCHEINE fuer Fluechtlinge, 6pp of leaflets & clippings, 1984, 29x, in PP 731

WERTHEIMER, LAURA, The Phallacy of Women’s Liberation, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 169.

WESSLAU, O.E. & HAKE, A. Egmont, Free Trade in Capital, 1890, 432pp, 36x, in PP 656.

WESSLAU, O.E. AND HAKE, EGMONT A., The Coming Individualism, 1895, 347pp, 36x, in PP 774.

WESSLAU, O.E., RATIONAL BANKING, The Remedy for Depression in Trade, versus BANKING MONOPOLY, ed. by Bancroft Cooke, 1887, 64pp, in PP 786.

WEST COAST LIBERTARIAN, L.A., The Region 62 Newsletter, Sep. 88, Dec. 88 & Mar. 89, 11pp, all on hand, in PP 1269.

WEST END NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS, Westend, Brisbane, issues 11,13,15,17,18, June, August, October, Dec. 95 & Jan. 95, 68pp, in PP 475 picked up at VISIONS OF FREEDOM. Shows anarchist influence. Due to current grass roots activism such an influence upon a local paper, distributed free, due to ads, seems much easier to achieve than one upon a city-wide or even country-wide newspaper. Thus I bothered to provide these examples in full. – J.Z.

WEST, E.G. & MCKEE, M., Imperfect Capital Markets as Barriers to Education, ATLANTIC ECONOMIC JOURNAL, USA, 5, 1977, 32-42, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p126. Headed: Private Capital and Education.

WEST, E.G., Choice or Monopoly in Education, POLICY REVIEW, Winter 81, 103-118, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1384, headed: Vouchers, Education & Choice.

WEST, E.G., Literacy and the Industrial Revolution, THE ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW, Aug. 78, 369-383, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p677, headed: The Industrial Revolution and Literacy.

WEST, E.G., Scotland’s Resurgent Economist: A Survey of the New Literature on Adam Smith, SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 45, Oct. 78, 343-369, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p621, headed: Adam Smith Scholarship.

WEST, E.G., The Burdens of Monopoly: Classical vs. Neoclassical. SOUTHERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL 44, April 78, 829-849, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p679, headed: Smith’s Critique of Monopoly.

WEST, E.G., The Political Economy of Public School Legislation, IHS, 1977, 38pp, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p306, headed: Public vs. Private Education.

WEST, E.G., The Unsinkable Minimum Wage, POLICY REVIEW 11, Winter 80, 83-95, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1277, headed: Economics vs. Minimum Wage Politics.

WEST, KATHERINE, Radical low-tax team poised to dismantle welfare State, 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

WEST, WILLIAM LENMORE, The Moses Harman Story, Kansas Historical Quarterly, vo. 37, 25pp, in PP 988.

WESTBROOK PEGLER, See: CHASE, DENNIS J., Westbrook Pegler: Libertarian Journalist, 5pp: 471, in PP 1457/62.

WESTCOTT, MALCOLM R., Psychological Studies of Experienced Freedom, rev. version of a paper delivered at the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Orlando, Florida, March 78, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p397, headed: Experiencing Freedom.

WESTERGARD-THORPE, WAYNE, The Emergence of Anarcho-Syndicalist Internationalism: The Founding of the International Working Men’s Association, December 1922, 1980, 11pp, 42x, in PP 606.

WESTERN CIVILIZATION, PP 1052-61 (LA Historical Notes 13).

WESTERN CIVILIZATION, See: BLOCK, WALTER, Western Civilization, 2pp: 124, in PP 1515.

WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, An open letter, Nov. 85, 4pp, 29x, in PP 727. See also WRI Newsletter.

WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, Newsletter No. 1, January 1985, 8pp, 29x, in PP 569, see WRI NEWSLETTER.

WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, NEWSLETTER, Nos. 7-11, Dec. 87 – Oct. 89, 28pp, in PP 935. Nos. 1-20 in 1030. See under WRI.

WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, notes, reviews, extracts & letter, 12pp, in PP 1,030. See also: WRI NEWSLETTER.

WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, Some letters, drafts & leaflets by WRI, written by its president, Robert Sagehorn, 1989, 10pp, in PP 935.

WESTERN WORLD PRESS, Publisher’s Introduction, 4pp, 29x, in PP 727. See also under WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, SAGEHORN, Robert, WRI NEWSLETTER.

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW – – In Brief, by Robert E. Sagehorn, 11pp, 36x, in PP 369.

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, 3pp by Robert Sagehorn on what happened to it, on Peace Plans and microfiched literature, 24x, in PP 350-354.

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, An introduction, pp 84/85, 24x, of PP 14.

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, Leaflet on microfiche publishing, 1p, 29x, in PP 387.

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, Winter 1968, vol. 2, No. 2, 20pp, 29x, in PP 911. (A special monetary freedom issue, with extracts from Hutt, Graves, Hoffer, Peace Plans 9-11.)

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, Winter 1976/77, a special issue on Henry Meulen’s monetary freedom ideas, with comments by Robert Sagehorn, consisting mainly of extracts from THE INDIVIDUALIST, 28pp, 24x, in PP 350-354.- Typically, I could not even get a full set of WWR for microfiching from its publisher, Robert Sagehorn, when I visited him. – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WESTMILLER, WILLIAM, The Greatest Show On Earth, 2pp: 618, in PP 1457/62. – On the government policy of demonetizing gold, devaluation and outlawing private possession of gold.

WESTPAC, The Story of Currency in Australia, 1954, 20pp, in PP 793.

WESTRUP, ALFRED B. & MAUD DENNING WESTRUP, PLENTY OF MONEY, A Synopsis of the “New Philosophy of Money”, 2nd. and revised edition, Chicago, 1915, 29pp, in PP 979.

WESTRUP, ALFRED B., The New Philosophy of Money or The Tragedy of Economics, A text book of economics dealing with the nature and office of money and the correct method of its supply, 1915, 174pp, in PP 970.

WETERING, VICTOR VAN, Let there Be Immigrants, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 319. Originally broadcast on RADIO LIBERTY’s “Soapbox”.


WETLANDS Preserve, rythm & blues club in N.Y., with all kinds of alternative lifestyle concerns and calendar listings – & a letter by J.Z. on its micrographic options, 5pp, in PP 808.

WETTERSTEN, JOHN R., Traditional Rationality vs. a Tradition of Criticism: A Criticism of Popper’s Theory of the Objectivity of Science, ERKENNTNIS, Holland, 12, 1978, 329-338, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p483, headed: Popperian Growth of Knowledge.

WEXLER, VICTOR G., Made for Man’s Delight: Rousseau as Anti-feminist, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 81, April 76, 266-291, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p905, headed: The Roots of Rousseau’s Anti-feminism.

WEYRAUCH, Karl Leonard, Zur gesellschaftlichen Konzeption und zum politischen Stellenwert von Utopie – Ein Vergleich der utopischen Entwuerfe von Morus und Skinner, Berlin, 1985, 77 S., 48x, in PP 668.

WHALE MONEY, An Instance of Free Enterprise Money, PP 12.

WHEAT, J. MARC, & STEVENS, ANGELA K., Soaking the Rich Is All Wet, 1990, 3pp, ISSUES AND ANSWERS, CSE, in PP 1215.


WHEATCROFT, GEOFFREY, The Threat to Free Speech from the Left, 94, 2pp, in PP 1334/35: 129.

WHEELBARROW, pseudonym, Making Scarcity, in Trumbull, The Free Trade Struggle in England, 7pp, 29x, in PP 612.

WHEELER, BRENT, Dr., Dazed and Confused: How the World’s Central Banks Lost the Plot, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 169. – A short statement for monetary freedom. The central banks and their supporters had always lost it. But they have the laws of monetary despotism on their side and the prejudices of the “experts” and those of the general public. – J.Z., 18.9.96.

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

WHEELER, SAMUEL C., III, Natural Property Rights as Body Rights, NOUS 14, 1980, 171-193, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1477, headed: Property Rights and Body Rights.

WHEELER, TIMOTHY J., Reforming our Way to the Police State, 90, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 244.

WHEELER-NICHOLSON, MALCOLM, Calling Stalin’s Bluff, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 201. – On hitting a dictatorship like Stalin’s from the inside.

WHELAN, FREDERICK G., Citizenship and the Right to Leave, AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 75, Sep. 81, 636-653, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1589, headed: The Right to Leave any Country. – Often the right to ENTER any country and to remain there, peacefully and fully autonomously, under personal laws, is more important. An old proverb against emigration says: One can’t take one’s fatherland along at the soles of one’s feet! But in this way one could take along, its essence, and enjoy it as long as one still likes it, or make any modification one likes for oneself and like-minded people. Why does the discussion of secessionism stagnate at the discussion of emigration and geographical secession? Why not scientific open-mindedness towards ALL the options? Why this addiction to geographical binders or models? – J.Z.

WHELAN, JUDITH, The Other Class, 2pp, 96, on Montessori, in PP 1418: 124.

WHICH? PROTECTION, FREE TRADE OR REVENUE REFORM? A collection of the best articles on both sides of this great national issue, from the most eminent political economists and statesmen, 1885, 528 pp, Free Trade Series, 29x, PP 602.

WHIPPLE, LEON, The Story of Civil Liberty in the U.S., N.Y., Vanguard Press, ACLU, 1927, indexed, 372pp, in PP 1426: 1.

WHISMAN, JOHN, Community Experiences in Ballot Initiatives, ISIL interview, 1p, in PP 1287/89p195.

WHITAKER, RUSSELL, Against Censorship of the Electronic Communication, 94, 4pp , in PP 1334/35: 119.

WHITE ROSE, THE, Katya Komisaruk, London Support Group Newsletter, No. 1, Oct. 88, 4pp, in PP 1236. – She was imprisoned for entering and destroying some nuclear war installations. The people, armed and trained in proper militias, for the protection of their individual rights, could do a better job of nuclear disarmament and of the destruction of all other anti-people mass murder devices in the hands of their “protectors”. Individual efforts of this kind tend to be self-destructive. – J.Z.

WHITE, ANDREW DICKSON, Fiat Money Inflation in France, 1876, revised 1912, FEE edition 1959, 124pp: 1- 35, in PP 1470. – He describes the effects well enough but not main cause and cure: Legal tender & the issue monopoly vs. monetary freedom. – J.Z.

WHITE, EUGENE N., Review of George A. Selgin’s book: The Theory of Free Banking: Money supply under competitive note issue, J. of Ec. Lit., March 90, 2pp, in PP 1,042.

WHITE, EUGENE NELSON, Free Banking during the French Revolution, 38pp, in PP 815.

WHITE, EUGENE NELSON, The Political Economy of Banking Regulation, 1864-1933, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY 42, Mar. 82, 33-42, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1675, headed: The Political Economy of Bank Regulation.

WHITE, HORACE, Asset Currency, 13pp, 1902, in PP 745.

WHITE, HORACE, The Ground of Protection Changed, 4 pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WHITE, J.D., LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, Economic Ideals, 1903, 97pp: 9, in PP 1513. – A Georgist, Free Trader Anti-Monopolist and Monetary Freedom advocate.

WHITE, JAMES, Are You Free? Report on the Alternative Bookshop, London, 1983, 1p, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

WHITE, JOHN, Andrew Carnegie and Herbert Spencer: A Special Relationship, AMERICAN STUDIES 13, 1979, 57-71, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p816, headed: Carnegie and Spencer.

WHITE, JULIA, Rothbardian Red Herring? 1p: 50, with 1p reply by Rothbard: 50/51: in PP 1468.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., & SELGIN, GEORGE A., The Evolution of a Free Banking System, ECONOMIC INQUIRY, July 1987, 19pp, in PP 814.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Accounting for Non-interest-bearing Currency: A Critique of the Legal Restrictions Theory of Money, JMCB, Nov. 87, 9pp, with 3pp of notes by J. Zube, in PP 813.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Competition & Currency, review: PP 936.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Competition and Currency, reviewed by Kurt Schuler, 1p, in PP 936 & 1240.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Competitive Payments Systems: Reply, 1986, 4pp, in PP 1188.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Free Banking in Britain: Theory, Experience, and Debate, 1800-1845, Ph.D. thesis; U. of Cal., L.A., 82, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1851, headed: British Free Banking & Monetary Theory. Review: 1/2 page in CATO POLICY REPORT, undated, 29x, PP 905.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Inflation and the Federal Reserve: The Consequences of Political Money Supply, 1982, 13pp, in PP 1186.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Money Made Simple, a review of Murray Rothbard’s The Mystery of Banking, Inquiry, March/April 1984, 2pp, in PP 1,042.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Privatization of the Financial Sector, 1986, 14pp, in PP 1,014.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Reply, 1p, to WATNER, CARL, Free Banking & Fractional Reserves, 29x, in PP 911.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., Review, 2pp, of Charles Goodhart’s “The Evolution of Central Banks”, in PP 1,042.

WHITE, LAWRENCE H., See: NEIKIRK, BILL, Abolish the Fed, Economist Says, on Lawrence H. White, in CHICAGO TRIBUNE, April 24, 1982, 1p clipping, in PP 1247.

WHITE, LYNN, Jr., Technology Assessment from the Stance of a Medieval Historian, HISTORICAL REVIEW, USA, 79, 1974, 1-13, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p117. Headed: Prediction and Control.

WHITE, M.I., editor, Pros and Cons, A Guide to the Controversies of the Day, 10th edition, 1940, 213pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 404.

WHITE, RICHARD A., Review of MONEY AND FREEDOM, by H.F. Sennholz, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

WHITE, ROBERT, Hoorah for Selfishness! 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 489.

WHITE, ROBERT, See: DUCKBOOK II, THE, Common Sense Economics, March 1982, published by Robert White, 164pp, in PP 1243/44.

WHITEHOUSE, TOM, Free Market Makes Wodka a Killer, 1p: IV, in PP 1470. – Clipping from THE GUARDIAN, SMH 29.11.97, indicating that distilling is still a State monopoly and extent of tax evasion in Russia. Excess alcohol consumption was always a killer. Driving the production underground eliminates many quality controls. – J.Z.

WHITELY, JOAN, Yearning for a New World, The Atlantis Project, an artificial island off the coast of Panama, 2p, in PP 1318/1319: 141.

WHITESIDE, D. MILTON, Foundations of the Next War. A Brief Study of Some Conditions that Might Lead to Another Conflict, 1944, 22pp, Haldeman- Julius Publications, no series No., in PP 1218.

WHITMAN, S., Was Eltern wissen sollten, 1 S., aus: PARENTS MAGAZINE, Psychologie, Erziehung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 147.

WHITMAN, WALT, PP 373 – 375.

WHITMAN, WALT, See: BORN, HELENA, Whitman’s Ideal Democracy AND OTHER WRITINGS, 1902, 123pp, in PP 1308: 94-118.

WHITMAN, WALT, Slavers and the Slave Trade, 1846, 2pp, in PP 1323: 71.

WHITTICK, WILLIAM A., BOMBS, The Poetry and Philosophy of Anarchy, Philadelphia, 1894, 188pp. (The author is somewhat for free banking, against exclusive privileges for gold, but otherwise monetarily confused, sometimes even welcoming legal tender paper money as an alternative to gold. Too many people get carried away by a single idea that is dear to them. J.Z.) In PP 962.

WHO’S WHO IN LIBERTARIANISM, First edition, 1981-82, 51pp, in PP 1298, Red Lion Press, Lima, Ohio, 81, no compiler mentioned. Are updates available by now? I would like to see more hints on special interests, shortened, perhaps, through a numerical code indicating them. As a libertarian directory it is rather dated. – J.Z.

WHY, N.Y.C., A Bulletin of Free Inquiry, I/1, April 1942 – I/8, March 1943; II/1, May 43 – II/7, March 1944. Edited by WILLIAM YOUNG. Probably incomplete, 148pp: 118, in PP 1480. – Use LARGE re-magnification lens!

WHY? An Anarchist Bulletin, N.Y.C., Editor WILLIAM YOUNG, V/9, February 1947, 15pp: 193, in PP 1488.

WICKER, TOM, The Federal Lawbreaker, 1 p, NYT, June 1, 1971, in PP 1,003 & in PP 1357, sheet 27.

WIDMER, KINGSLEY, Utopia and Liberty: Some Contemporary Issues within their Intellectual Traditions, bibliographical essay, 58pp, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1507.

WIECEK, WILLIAM M., The Statutory Law of Slavery and Race in the Thirteen Mainland Colonies of British America, WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY 34, 1977, 258-280, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p411, headed: Colonial American Slave Law.

WIECK, DAVID, About Malatesta, n.d., 7pp, in PP 1151.

WIECK, DAVID, Anarchism, Anarchy, Anarchists, 1951, 3pp, 29x, in PP 542.

WIECK, DAVID, Anarchist Justice, Summer 78, 9pp, 29x, in PP 243.

WIEDEMANN, FRITZ, Folgerungen aus einem psychologischen Gesetz, Kniffe und Tricks, Psychotechnik, 2 S., IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 212.

WIEK, DAVID THOREAU, Remarks, 2pp, in PP 493. On war, socialism, free market economy, empires, Nicaragua, freedom, anomies & anarchy.

WIEK, DAVID THOREAU, The Negativity of Anarchism, n.d., 31pp, offprint from INTERROGATIONS, international review of anarchist research, Paris, in PP 1125.

WIENER, DANIEL, Sounding Board. On a planned book: Concise Libertarian Answers to Tough Questions, 3pp, in PP 1445: 105. – Compare my SLOGANS FOR LIBERTY and the projected ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE BEST REFUTATIONS. – J.Z.

WIENER, SAM, George Woodcock, a muddled history of anarchism, 5pp. Review of his: “Anarchism; A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements”, 1962, 476pp, with bibliography & index: 39, in PP 1488.

WIESER, 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.

WIJSEGGER, COQUINE, Litigation-Free Zones, 1p, in PP 1318/1319: 174.

WIL: WOMEN FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, an introduction, 2pp, 29x, in PP 384.

WILBANKS, JAN J., Free Enterprise and Coercion, REASON PAPERS no. 7, Spring 81, 1-20, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1567, headed: Is Free Enterprise Coercive?

WILBER, DAVE & ZUBE, JOHN, Some correspondence & leaflets on monetary reform, 13pp: 13, in PP 1495.

WILBER, DAVE to ZUBE, JOHN, 16 Feb. 83, 2pp: 13, in PP 1495.

WILBER, DAVE to ZUBE, JOHN, 18 Dec. 84, 2pp: 20, in PP 1495.

WILBER, DAVE to ZUBE, JOHN, 20 June 84, 1p: 17, in PP 1495.

WILBER, DAVE, Fool’s Gold is Green. An Encyclopaedia of Banksterese, Economic Euphemism & Reality, 1982, 36pp: 32, in PP 1495. – All to be taken with more than a grain of salt. I added some notes, ca. 1p: 36. A comprehensive A-Z of free banking terms is overdue. – J.Z.

WILBER, DAVE, Inflators Inflate with Inflation, 2pp: 18, in PP 1495. – And robbers rob with robbery. What else is new? – J.Z.

WILBER, DAVE, Some leaflets, 6 pp of his odd notions on monetary reform: 26, in PP 1495. – Alas, we were unable to learn from each other. – J.Z.

WILBER, DAVE, The case FOR Fed notes, 1p: 25, in PP 1495. – It takes all kinds to make a world – and what a mess they have made of it! I too wish the greenbacks for all those in favour of state paper money (but for no one else). It would be a case of poetic justice. After its supposed “liberation” the present Russia still suffers under the inflationary, deflationary and stagflationary old communist central banking system with its despotic paper money – just like all countries in the rest of the world do, to some extent. – J.Z.

WILBER, DAVE, to ZUBE, JOHN, 23 Jan. 85, 2pp: 23, in PP 1495.

WILCOX REPORT, THE, Kansas City, Newsletter edited by WILCOX, LAIRD M, issues 1-4, Jan. 84 – April 84, 8pp: 118, in PP 1494.

WILCOX REPORT, THE, No. 9, September 1986, 2pp: What Is Political Extremism? by Laird Wilcox, in PP 987.

WILCOX, LAIRD, Editorial Research Service, General Catalog, 2pp, 29x, in PP 928.

WILCOX, LAIRD, Ideological Behaviour as a Psychological Phenomenon, 1p: 121, in PP 1494. – As if ideas had no power to motivate our actions. – J.Z.

WILCOX, LAIRD, Leaflet, 1p, 1990, on the 3 guides he offered then, to the American Right, Left & Occult, in PP 475. – He offered such guides for years before & probably does so still. I have not seen a recent one. – I can’t afford such paper editions and, since my mass mailing days are over, I cannot directly use them much myself. – J.Z. See: Directories.

WILCOX, LAIRD, What Is Political Extremism? 2pp, 1986, in PP 987.

WILDAVSKY, AARON, Trial Without Error, Anticipation vs. Resilience as Strategies for Risk Reduction, CIS, 1985, 21pp, 36x, in PP 719.

WILDE, OSCAR, Sozialismus und Wohltaetigkeit, 2 S., in PP 1322: 46.

WILDE, OSCAR, The Ballad of Reading Gaol AND other Poems, n.d., 64pp, LBB No. 2, in PP 1209.

WILDE, OSCAR, The Soul of Man under Socialism, 1891, 61pp, 24x, in PP 45.

WILDER, LAURA INGALLS, On Writing the Little House Series, 9pp: 50, in PP 1506/07.

WILGUS, NEAL, Interview: ROBERT SHEA, 8pp, 1985, in PP 1400: 105.

WILGUS, NEAL, Leak Service, 6 short articles reduced, in a 2pp leaflet of 1986, in PP 1235. “… aims at puncturing authoritarianism with satire.”

WILGUS, NEAL, Loompanics Libertarianism, 2pp, in PP 1371/72: 188.

WILGUS, NEAL, Review of SCHUSTER, EUNICE MINETTE, Native American Anarchism, 1p & of WILSON, F. PAUL, The Keep, 1p, in PP 1428/29: 305.

WILGUS, NEAL, Trolloid Sightings Are Up & The Liberation of the 26th Floor, 2pp leaflet, in PP 1,020. I would welcome better contributions of libertarian humour, any time. – J.Z.

WILKE, JOAN, Tales of Three Cities, 5pp: 187, in PP 1529-33.

WILKEN, FOLKERT, The Liberation of Work, only 3pp of leaflets, advertising the book, 29x, in PP 294-297. (The topic interested me, its treatment disappointed me. But what can one expect from a theosophist economist? – J.Z.)

WILKERSON, MARK, Financial, electronic: The Invasion of Privacy, 3pp, from AMERICAN SURVIVAL GUIDE, March 92, in PP 1,031.

WILKIE, D.R., Advantages of the Canadian Bank System, 9pp, in PP 1111.

WILKINSON, PAUL, The Vital Nuclear Deterrent, 2pp, 29x, in PP 698.


WILLE, BRUNO, Dr., Philosophie der Befreiung – durch das reine Mittel. Beitraege zur Paedagogik des Menschengeschlechtes, 1894, 399 S., 36x, in PP 340.

WILLETTS, DAVID, The Perils and Pitfalls of Reforming Social Security: The British Experience, 14pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

WILLHOITE, FRED H., Jr., Evolution and Collective Intolerance, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICS 39, 1977, 667-684, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p183. Headed: Intolerance vs. Self-Actualization.

WILLIAM II, see THOMAS, HENRY, The Beginnings of Real Civilization.

WILLIAM, JOHN K., The Wisdom of King Canute, 16pp: 487, in PP 1529-33.

WILLIAM, JOHN K., Who Are the Poor? 1p, in PP 1430/31: 240. From THE FREEMAN, Feb. 88.

WILLIAMS, ANEURIN, Co-Partnership and Profit-Sharing, 1913, indexed, 256pp, 29x, in PP 359.

WILLIAMS, CHARLES, The Great Apollo Bulletin Board System Debate on Illegal Drugs, 1989, 40pp, in PP 1362/6: 35.

WILLIAMS, Cr. M.T., Henry George and Land Values Taxation in Britain and Australia, 1967, 20pp, 29x, in PP 627.

WILLIAMS, DAVID J. & AITKEN, Michael J., Regulating Taxi Operators: Some Historical Insights, 18pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

WILLIAMS, DAVID, The Bureau of Investigation and its Critics, 1919-1921: The Origins of Federal Political Surveillance, THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 68, Dec. 81, 560-579, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1873, headed: The Bureau of Investigation: Political Spying.

WILLIAMS, GARETH, Free Market Defence: Anarchist Insurance Will Work Best, ECONOMIC NOTES No. 77, 2pp: 23, in PP 1487.

WILLIAMS, GERALD, Blowing Up Hitler, A Life of Johann Georg Elser, Would-Be Assassin, 1986, 12pp, here reduced to 2 sheets, in PP 916.

WILLIAMS, JANE A., Education: Who Chooses & How – Parent, Child or Both? 2pp, in PP 1373/75: 234.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K. & BRENNAN, Geoffrey, editors, Chaining Australia, Church Bureaucracies and Political Economy, with contributions by Geoffrey Brennan, Paul A. McGavin, John K. Williams, Hugh Henry, Greg Sheridan, Lauchlan Chipman, indexed, 143pp, CIS, 1984, 36x, in PP 720.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., Equality, Justice & Liberty, 11pp: 510, in PP 1529-33.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., Re-digging Old Wells, 13pp: 616, in PP 1529-33.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., The Armor of Saul, 9pp: 368, in PP 1529-33. – A defence of the free market.

WILLIAMS, JOHN K., The Pied Piper and our Children, 13pp: 589, in PP 1529-33.

WILLIAMS, KARL, Geonomics – A Summary for Newcomers or The Meaning of Life in 3,000 Words, 4pp, n.d., from the President of Tax Reform Australia, in PP 1325: 115.

WILLIAMS, NATHAN, The Chrysalis Forum, 2pp, in PP 471/472p361. “We need to create networks of people, ideas and skills.” – Yes, but not only for the kinds of people, ideas and skills this forum seems to be mainly interested in. – See: Ideas Archive, Institute for Social Inventions. – J.Z.

WILLIAMS, PETER C., Rights and the Alleged Right of Innocents to Be Killed, ETHICS 87, July 77, 383-394, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p381, headed: Rights and “Mercy Killing”.

WILLIAMS, R.H. & his Welsh Pound Notes, 1969, some letters, leaflets & clippings, 16pp, 48x, in PP 645.

WILLIAMS, SUSAN & BADER, ED, Death Is the Life of the State, 1976, 3pp: 30, in PP 501. – On death penalty.

WILLIAMS, SUSAN, Crimestopper’s Checkbook, 1p: 56, in PP 501. – Against compulsory non-cash payments.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., An Economy without Trust, 1p, in PP1343/44: 1856.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Apartheid American Style, 1p, in PP 1430/31: 216.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Demagoguery: Black and White, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1986.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Double Standard, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 2,000.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Duped Again, 1990, 2pp on South Africa: 95, in PP 1515.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., It’s Mine, 1p, in PP 480.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Privatization Key to Prison, 1p, 89, in PP 1343/44: 1837.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Recover the freedoms forefathers envisioned, 1p clipping, in PP 478.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Revolutionary Spirit Must (Prevail? – Rest is cut off! ) 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1895.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Social Security: Make it Private. Present system a fraud, 1p, in PP 277/278: 207.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., South African Differences, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1987.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Star Spangled Spenders, An Expanded Commentary, 13pp, a production of Amagin, Inc., Erie, Penn., n.d., in PP 997. See also: STAR SPANGLED SPENDERS.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The Economic Bill of Rights, 1p, in PP 480.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The New Jim Crow Laws. They sound egalitarian and humane, but these racially “neutral” laws have created an American apartheid, in REASON, Aug. 78, 9pp, in PP 1137.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The New Selective Racism, 1p, in PP 480.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., The State Against Blacks, N.Y., 183pp, 3pp review only, by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: 378, in PP 1529- 33.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., There’s Great Beauty in Simplicity, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1884.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Time for Black America, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1928.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Victory for Black Parents, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 2004.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., What’s Good for the Goose…, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1861.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Where in the Constitution…? 1p, 1987, in PP 480.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Why Don’t People Understand Economics? 1p, in PP 480.

WILLIAMS, WALTER E., Your Tax Dollars Are Hard, 91, 1p, in PP 1343/44: 1997.

WILLIAMS, WALTER L., United States Indian Policy and the Debate over Philippine Annexation: Implications for the Origins of American Imperialism, THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY 66, March 80, 810-836, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1116, headed: U.S. Imperialism: Indian & Filipinos.

WILLIAMS, WALTER, 2pp leaflet by Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska Libertarians, 1990 Joint Convention, featuring Walter E. Williams, in PP 1132. Printed or fiched output? – J.Z.

WILLIAMS, WALTER, review, 1p, of BIDINOTTO, Robert J., Crime & Consequences, in PP 976.

WILLIAMS, WENDELL & PELLEGRENO, DOMINICK, Gatekeeping and Student Role, EOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 68, July 75, 366-370, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p390, headed: The Schoolroom vs. Autonomy.

WILLIAMSON, C.C., Shall New York City Untax Buildings? 3pp Single Tax.

WILLIAMSON, CHILTON, Jr., The Right Books, 89, 1p, on Ellen Frankel Paul’s book, Equity and Gender: The Comparable Worth Debate, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

WILLIAMSON, OLIVER E., The Modern Corporation: Origins, Evolution, Attributes, JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE 19, Dec. 81, 1537-1568, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1871, headed: Corporations & Transaction Costs.

WILLIAMS-WYNN, Marina & NIEUWENHUYSEN, John, Competition for the Professions, 14pp, 1984, CIS, 29x, in PP 722.

WILLIER, DIETRICH, Subventions-Segen fuer Mercedes, TAZ, 27. 8. 86, 1 S., in PP 1323: 23.

WILLIS, C.A., Trust – Busting Without Tears, 2pp, in Haldeman – Julius Publication B 864, in PP 1226.

WILLOUGHBY, WESTEL W., Foreign Rights and Interests in China, 2 vols., 1927, 1141pp, indexed , 42x, PP 673/674. (On the history of exterritoriality – panarchistic practices.)

WILSON, C.C. & RUSSELL, WILLIAM & ZUBE, JOHN, City Representation in the United Nations, 7pp, 1966, 24x in PP 6.

WILSON, C.C., & LAUCKS, IRVING F. & ZUBE, JOHN, Women’s Peace Party and World Congress of Women, 4pp, 1965, 24x in PP 5.

WILSON, C.C., & ZUBE, JOHN, World Parliament of Women and World Language, 2pp, 1965, 24x, in PP 5.

WILSON, C.C., Local Experiments with Rule by Women, 1/2 p, 1965, 24x, in PP 5.

WILSON, CARL to GRECO, THOMAS, 3 letters on LARC payment system etc, n.d., 7pp, in PP 25.

WILSON, CARL to GRECO, TOM, n.d., on the LARC System, in PP 25: 45, 4pp, n.d., ibid: 63.

WILSON, CARL, Credit-Barter Systems: Some Problems and their Solutions, 3pp, in PP 25.

WILSON, CARL, Green Economics, 4pp, in PP 25.

WILSON, CARL, Market-making System, the Stable Linear-Log Model, 1p, 9 formulas, in PP 25. – Monetary freedom discussion.

WILSON, CARL, Market-Making Systems: Some Problems and their Solutions, 3pp, in PP 25.

WILSON, CARL, The LARC (Local Area Recirculating Credit) System or Decentralization of Money, 7pp, in PP 25: 48.

WILSON, CHARLES MORROW, Let’s Try Barter, review by MARK A SULLIVAN, Barter, 3pp: 52, in PP 501.

WILSON, CHARLOTTE, Three Essays on Anarchism, 1886, 1979, 23pp, with a 15pp introduction by Nicolas Walter: Anarchism, 5pp; The Principles & Aims of Anarchists, 5pp, Social Democracy & Anarchism, 14pp, in PP 1233.

WILSON, DOUGLAS, Letters to Government, 1983-1971, 21pp, with 2pp of comments by John Zube, in PP 959.

WILSON, EDWARD O., Aggression, chapter 5 in ON HUMAN NATURE, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard UP, 1978, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p605, headed: Aggression: A Sociobiological View.

WILSON, F. PAUL, An Enemy of the State, only a 5pp book review by J.Zube, in PP 789. See also 811.

WILSON, GRANVILLE, Liberty’s Decline in Britain, 6pp: 57, in PP 1529-33.

WILSON, J. EUGENE, J.D., IRS Agents, Beware! 2pp, in PP 1432/1439 : 1193.

WILSON, J. RICHARD, Transmissions from the Fireside, Dec. 98, 1p, in PP1534: 207. – “…an outpost for Techno-Rebels…”.

WILSON, JIM, The Relation between Symbol & Content in Logic & Mathematics, 3pp: 396, in PP 1457/62.

WILSON, JOAN HOFF, Hoover’s Agricultural Policies, 1921-1928, AGRICULTURAL HISTORY 51, April 1977, 335-361, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p298, headed: Hoover as Regulator.

WILSON, KIRK D., Autonomy and Wolff’s Defense of Anarchism, PHILOSOPHICAL FORUM 8, Sep. 76, 108-121, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p387, headed: Autonomy and Anarchism.

WILSON, LAWRENCE D., The Case against Medical Licensing, 5pp, in PP 499.

WILSON, PETER J., The Problem with Simple Folk, NATURAL HISTORY, USA, 86, 1977, 26-32, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p72. Headed: Order without State.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, A few Blunt Statements about Neuro-Economics, 77, 6pp, in PP 1371/72: 104.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Anarchism and Magick, 75, 6pp, in PP 1371/72: 33.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Basic Laws of Stupidynamics, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 238 & 607.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Ezra Loomis Pound, 2pp review of monetary views, in PP 1065.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Free Love, Sexism and All That, 75, 5p, in PP 1371/72: 26.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, From Inner Space to Outer Space, review of LEARY, TOMOTHY, Exo-Psychology. 1p , in PP 1350: 95.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, How Curious an Epiphany, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 1410.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, How to Read, How to Think, 85, 5pp, in PP 1371/72: 183.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Illuminating Discord, Interview with R.A.W., by AGAINST THE WALL, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 953.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Interview by AGAINST THE WALL, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 103.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Interviewed by TALISMAN, JANE & GEISLINGER, ERIC, 76, 6pp, in PP 1345/46: 192.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Left & Right. A Non-Euclidean Perspective, 1988, 5pp, from CRITIQUE, in PP 1298.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, On Sadism, in PP 1279.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Out of the Cages & Into the Stars, 4pp, in PP 1432/1439: 12.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Review of P.J. Proudhon’s “The General Idea of Revolution in the 19th Century”, WAY OUT, Jan. 63, 5pp, and: Revolting Conditions? 5pp, ibid. Attack Usury at Its Source, ibid, with Bill Treichler, 4pp, 29x, in PP 905.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Robert Anton Wilson Looks at the Return of Philip K. Dick, from MAGICAL BLEND, 4pp, in PP 1279.


WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Sex and the Mind-Expanding Drugs, 3pp from CAVALIER, April, year?, in PP 1395: 74.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The New Puritanism, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 204 & 941.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The Right to Prescribe for Yourself, 2pp, in PP 1432/1439: 625.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, The Semantics of “GOOD & EVIL”, 1988, 7pp, from CRITIQUE, in PP 1298.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, Three Authors in Search of Sadism, on libertarian aspects in the writings of the Marquis de Sade, 5pp, in PP 936. See under SADE.

WILSON, ROBERT ANTON, To Nameless Anarchist Horde, 4pp, in PP 479.

WILSON, ROBERT, Keep fire teams apart, clipping, 1p, 95, for continuance of decentralized bush and voluntary fire brigades, in PP 467.

WILSON, ROBERT, Keep fire teams apart: Koperberg. 1p clipping on the planned amalgamation of voluntary bush fire brigades: 105, in PP 1471.

WILSON, SCOTT, Bosnian Botch-Up, 1p, in PP 1336 – 39: 423. – The usual territorialist botch-up, but here not seen as such, either, in spite of it having clearly led to many mass murders. – J.Z.

WILSON, SCOTT, International Relations, A Libertarian Perspective, 2pp, in PP 1336 – 39: 384, which neither discuss territorialism as the main problem nor exterritorialism based upon individual sovereignty and voluntary associationism, as the solution. – J.Z.

WILSON, SIR ROLAND K. WILSON, BART., The State and the Land, 27pp, 29x, in PP 403, with subsequent discussion.

WILSON, W. LAWLER, The Menace of Socialism, London, 1899, 532pp, in PP 1075 & 1076.

WILSON, W.D., Protection and Its Uses, 5pp, 29x, in PP 602.

WILTBANK, LOWELL B, Argument from obsolescence, a review of BRUCE K CHAPMAN’s The wrong man in uniform: our unfair and obsolete draft and how we can replace it, 2pp, in PP 1377: 35.

WILTSHIRE, Kenneth, The Hidden Politics of Privatisation, 1987, 1p, 29x, in PP 723.

WIN, ALICE, Ingersoll On Marriage and Divorce, in THE AUSTRALIAN RADICAL, April 1889, 3pp, 24x, in PP 244.

WIN, Kicking it: Methadone, Therapy or Revolution, 71, 3pp, in PP 1362/63: 204.

WIN, The Drug Testers, exploding myths & saving lives, 2p, in PP 1362/63: 219.

WINANS, A.D., The COSMEP Connection, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 481. – Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers.

WINCH, DONALD, Adam Smith and the Liberal Tradition, 1988, 23pp, in PP 1146.

WINDER, GEORGE H. & MACPHERSON, CLUNY, THE DELUSION OF PROTECTION, a plea for tariff reform, 1931, 168pp, indexed, 29x, in PP 623.

WINDER, GEORGE, After Capitalism, What? 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 307.

WINDER, GEORGE, Currency Convertibility, 2pp, from 63pp IEA book: The Free Convertibility of Sterling, in PP 1418: 45. – Merely against foreign exchange controls. – J.Z.

WINDER, GEORGE, The Control of Wages in Incomes in Britain, 3pp: 61, in PP 1529- 33.

WINDMUELLER, LOUIS, The Folly of the Silver Agitation, 1892, 7pp, in PP 1111.

WINDSOR STAR, Ontario, Terms Reds “Betrayers”. Emma Goldman States Spain Double-Crossed by Russia, May 20, 1939, 1p, in PP 1359: 15.

WINDSOR, MARK. (?), Monetary Systems, 8pp, n.d., in PP 1182.

WINDSTRUP, GEORGE, Locke on Suicide, POLITICAL THEORY 8, May 80, 69-182, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1077, headed: Locke, Suicide, & Political Resistance.

WINGER, RICHARD, Major Parties Find Three’s a Crowd, 1p, WSJ, Oct. 26, 84. – They have coped with such “threats” effectively for decades. – J.Z.

WINSPEAR, W.R., Land Nationalisation, State Socialism and Modern Socialism, in THE AUSTRALIAN RADICAL, May 26, 1888, extract, 4pp, 24x, in PP 244.

WINSPEAR, W.R., Revolution and Physical Force, in THE AUSTRALIAN RADICAL, June 1889, 8pp, 24x, in PP 244.

WINSTANLEY, JERRARD, See: DAVIDSON, J. MORRISON, Concerning Four Precursors of Henry George and also The Land Gospel according to Winstanley “The Digger”, 1899, 152pp, in PP 1259.

WINTER, JAMES ALAN, The Fed: Government Agency or Private Monopoly? NOMOS, Autum 83, 1p, 48x, in PP 740.

WINTERTON, PAUL, Report on Russia, 1945, 138pp, 29x, in PP 404.

WINTHROP, DELBA, Tocqueville’s OLD REGIME: Political History, THE REVIEW OF POLITICS 43, June 81, 81-111, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1657, headed: Tocqueville: The Old Regime & Liberty.

WINTHROP, HENRY, Ralph Borsodi: A Man for All Seasons, 1p, 24x, in PP 56.

WINTHROP, HENRY, Ralph Borsodi: a man for all seasons, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 223.

WIR – Wirtschaftsring Genossenschaft, Switzerland, Some Circulars and Reports, in German, 1974 – 1981, 20pp, in PP 1247.


WIR WIRTSCHAFTSRING, See: FALKE, KLAUS, Alternative Wirtschaftsringe, Der Allgemeine Absatzring, Darmstadt, 3 S.: 63, in PP 1456.

WIR WIRTSCHAFTSRING, See: GISIN, GEORGES, Die volkswirtschaftliche Bedeutung der WIR Wirtschaftsring Genossenschaft, Basel, Dissertation, Universitaet Basel, 1954, Druck: 1955, mit Literaturverzeichnis, 85 S.: 59, in PP 1493. – This may be the shortest Dissertation that I have seen. – J.Z.

WIR WIRTSCHAFTSRING, See: WALKER, KARL, Wirtschaftsring, Moderne Absatzwege, 1959, 104 S., in PP 1360: 46.

WIR, Vertrauliche Mitteilungen des Alpenlaendischen Heimatdienstes, 1. Jhrg, Nr. 1, probably 1948, 4 S., in PP 1290/91p229. – Ein Versuch, den EUROPAEISCHEN BEOBACHTER fortzusetzen. Vergl.: Ideen Archiv und “Erlesenes”.

WIRTSCHAFTS-BERICHT DER DEUTSCHEN FESTMARKBANK, 31.12.1931, with English translation, contains contributions by G. Ramin and U.v.Beckerath, Free Banking series, 29x, in PP 544. (More issues can be found in PP 428-466, the Beckerath papers.)

WISDORE, AAMI, Free World, Free World Publishers, Oslo, Norway, 1970, 354pp, with some notes by John Zube to this book, 1p, 29x, in PP 872. (A rather unknown and largely anarchistic and voluntaristic – panarchistic book but not based on free market ideas. The author’s present address is wanted by LMP.)

WISE, B.R., Industrial Freedom, A Study in Politics, 1892, 372pp, Free Trade Series, 29x, in PP 605.

WISE, EDMUND M., ed., Gold, Recovery, Properties, and Applications, 10pp, 29x, in PP 738.

WISE, PENNY, Cash Money, 1p on cash dealings, in PP 1269.

WISEMAN, JACK, Costs and Decisions, Univ. of York, Reprint Series : Economics, No. 289, reprinted for private circulation from CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC ANALYSIS (vol. 2, ed. by David A. Currie & Will Peters), Croom Helm, 1980, pp 473-490, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1203p1271, headed: Subjective vs. Objective Costs.

WISEMAN, JON D., Leave the Street Vendors Be! 1p, in PP 1312/1314: 240.

WISHES, When Wishes Become Rights, PP 311 & 589/90.


WITHAM, STEVE, notes on panarchism in TC, No. 122, of 7 Sept. 84, with comments by J. Zube, part of 10 pp, 29x, in PP 879.

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


WITHROW, STEVE, Choices for the Metabolically Disadvantaged, 3pp: 72, in PP 1293/95.

WITHROW, STEVE, My Arrangements for Cryonic Suspension, 3pp: 44, in PP 1293/95.

WITHROW, STEVE, The Freezer, the Furnace and the Grave or To Be or Not To Be a Cryonicist, 3pp: 33, in PP 1293/95.

WITT, SUSAN, Trade to begin in Deli Dollars, 1p clipping: 122, in PP 1491. – A local CURRENCY requires IMMEDIATE acceptance by more than just ONE local specialty shop. But a local supermarket or shopping centre would do, as well as a local public transport company that is widely used, a number of petrol stations, power-, gas- & water works. Acceptance for rates would suffice or by an association of local tradesmen and professionals. Issue and acceptance by an association of local shops and service providers would be most suitable. What occurred in these small experiments, mostly promoted by Robert Swann, were issues of small and speculative shares in the future services of, hopefully, then still successful individual business enterprises. To turn local “notes” into a local currency not FUTURE but IMMEDIATE acceptance is required and this for the mass of daily wanted and needed goods and services of the average consumers. – J.Z.

WITT, ULRICH, The Evolution of Order and the Role of the Individual, 2pp, on Hayek: 227, in PP 1463/64.

WITTMER, FELIX & HUNT, THOMAS F., Slow Poison for the Young Idea, Two Educators Report on Pro-Soviet Texts, 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 142.

WITTMER, FELIX, Collectivism at Yale, review, 2pp, of BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F., God & Man at Yale, in PP 1411/12: 58. See also p. 70.

WOERGL, PP 9-11 (indexed), 347/48, 742, 769, 804,

WOHN BUND, Darmstadt, Heft 2, Mai 1984, 24 S.: 163, in PP 1486. – WOHNUNGSEINRICHTUNG UNTER GROSSEM RAUMMANGEL: GETRENNTER SCHLAFRAUM, 2 S., Lebenskunst, Raumgestaltung, IDEEN ARCHIV, in PP 1330-1332: 124.

WOJDYLO, JOHN, Keep laws of electronic communications, 2pp letter, A., 96? 97?: 119, in PP 1501.

WOLF, ELIAS, Yugoslavia: Model of workers self-management? 3p: 23, in PP 1502.

WOLF, JIM, U.S. ignorant of Most N-sites before Gulf War, 1993, 1p clipping, in PP 1161.

WOLF, MARTIN, Thinking about drug legalization, 89, 1p, on James Ostrowski, Thinking about Drug Legalisation, Policy Analysis No. 121, Cato Institute, CATO CLIPPINGS, in PP 1139.

WOLF, SUSAN, Asymmetrical Freedom, JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY 77, March 80, 151-166, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1202p1080, headed: Freedom, Determinism, Praise & Blame.

WOLFE, CHARLES HULL, Ludwig von Mises: His Insight and Foresight on Money, review essay of: On the Manipulation of Money and Credit, by Ludwig von Mises, Dobbs-Ferry, N.Y., Free Market Books, 1978, THE INTERCOLLEGIATE REVIEW 16, Fall 80, 53-60, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP1204p1850, headed: Mises on Money & Inflation.

WOLFE, HARRY P. & SEMMENS, JOHN, Air Transportation: More government less safety, 4pp, in PP 1430/31: 158. – At least sometimes less air safety is DESIRABLE: An underground joke from the Nazi period ran: An aircraft, carrying Hitler, Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt, in conference, crashes. Who is saved? Answer: Europe. – The reality was, naturally, not quite as simple. But another basic explanation, that is usually ignored, is that the regimes that then and there clashed, and those before & after, everywhere, were almost all essentially territorial ones and, to that extent, ALL TOTALITARIAN ones. Such regimes are, essentially, warfare regimes, against the own citizens and citizens in other countries. They all operated on the principle of constitutional, legal, juridical & penal uniformity (no matter how unjust that might have been to minorities or even the majority temporarily agreeing on some points) and practised collective responsibility. None of them approved of tyrannicide. All monopolized the decision – making on war and peace, armament & disarmament and international treaties. None allowed e.g. free traders and other peaceful people to opt out from under them. None declared rightful war and peace aims. All miseducated their citizens, conscripted them and imposed tributes upon them. All had some racist practices legalized. All restricted migration and trade. The differences were mainly by degrees, sometimes, admittedly, large degrees. – Writings will do nothing for you – unless they induce you to think! – Amusing you and passing the time for you brings you merely closer to the grave. – J.Z., 3.10.97, 15.10.97.

WOLFF, HENRY W., People’s Banks, A Record of Social and Economic Success, 1893, in revised and enlarged 2nd. edition of 1896, 420pp, with short bibliography, in PP 1397: 1ff. – This book was selected as a priority title by Piet Bouter, also photocopied, cut and pasted by him. Don’t blame me. It does not deal with competing note issue banks but merely with self-managed savings and loan banks dealing in the government’s monopoly money, usually without questioning this monopoly, which is also a basic flaw of today’s credit unions. Thus I could never much enthuse myself for them or this book. Only full monetary freedom can help us out of most of our economic and social dilemmas. And this monetary freedom is just one aspect of full panarchistic freedom for all kinds of systems supported by volunteers for themselves, at their own risk and expense. PIOT, J.Z., 25.2.97.

WOLFF, ROBERT PAUL, In Defence of Anarchism, reviewed by Edwin G. Dolan, 2pp: 421, in PP 1457/62.

WOLKEN, LAWRENCE C., Protectionism Can’t Really Protect, 1p: 63, in PP 1469.

WOLL, ARTUR, Waehrungssystem einer freiheitlichen Ordnung, Das, ORDO, 30, 1979, 11 S., in PP 805.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B & CHILDS, R.A., Jr., Review of: LEPANTO, PAUL, Return to Reason, 1/2p: 108, in PP 1468.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & AMADOR, JORGE, Is Modern Society too Complex for Liberty? 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Price Regulation and its Cost, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & ERNSBERGER, DONALD C., Sexism and Individualism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & HARRISON, T., A Right to Medical Care? SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & HENDLEY, A., The Labor Theory of Value, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & KETCHER, D., Using mail drops, phone cards, call forwarding, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p483.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & MILLER, VINCENT H., New Declaration of Independence, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p200.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & MILLER, VINCENT H., New Declaration of Independence, draft, May 92, 6pp, in PP 1098.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B. & WALTER, D.K., War and Capitalism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., A Note on Terminology: “The Ghetto”, 3pp: 9, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., A Philosophy of Social Change, I, 4pp: 126; II, 5pp: 151; III, 4pp: 181, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Classroom of Freedom, an article in Pine Tree, 24x, in PP 176.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Clinton’s Health-Care Plan for You: Cradle – to – Grave Slavery, Part I, 8pp, in PP 499.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Creating the 2nd. American Revolution, 15pp, n.d., apparently 1984 or later, SIL White Paper No. 7, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Curing Our Sick Economy, 6pp, in PP 1445: 76.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Economic Freedom & Monopoly Power, 10pp: 240, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., End Tax Slavery Now! 6pp ISIL leaflet, in PP 274: 130. – Also in PP 1259 & PP 1445: 78. – 6pp, ISIL: 46, in PP 1504. – How I wish that he would make ALL his numerous writings easily, cheaply and permanently accessible, at least on microfiche. He gave me SOME & I fiched them. Few authors are as clear, concise and convincing on liberty. – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., End Tax Slavery Now! SIL Leaflet, 6pp, Nov. 97 revision: 138, in PP 1475.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Ending our Drug Nightmare. A Humane Solution that Will Make our Streets Safe, 6pp, in PP 1445: 40. – Another version of the same leaflet, 6pp: 42.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Equality and Liberty, 3pp, in PP 1283-1286.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., February 1971: The Progress of the Movement, 1p: 384, in PP 1457/62, on New Hebrides & Michael Oliver.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Free Will and the Natural Order, 4pp: 378, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Freedom of Speech under Siege, 6pp, in PP 1445 : 44. – Another version of the same leaflet, 6pp: 46.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Government is the Source of Monopoly, 2pp, in PP 1378/81: 367.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Government vs. the Poor, 1985, 31pp, SIL Paper No. 4, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Gun Control: The Death of Private Property, 2pp: 64, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Health Care Update. Free market reforms advance…, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p451.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., How to Keep the IRS and other Snoops out of your Computer, Phone and Fax, 1p, in PP 1287/89p436, advertisement for FINANCIAL PRIVACY REPORT.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., How to Start an ISIL Chapter, 6p, in PP 1445 : 18.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Human Rights, 4pp, 24x, in PP 48-49, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, 48x in PP 589-590.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Immigration and Totalitarianism, 1984, 11pp, SIL White Paper No. 5, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Immigration and Totalitarianism, 2pp, in PP 496.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., In Defense of the Non-Aggression Principle, (1), 2pp: 224; (2), 2pp: 233; (3), 2pp: 248, (4), 3pp: 259, in PP 1404/06.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., In Pursuit of Liberty. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Freedom, 6pp, in PP 1445: 22.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., In Pursuit of Liberty. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Freedom, ISIL, 6pp, revised 5/97: 60, in PP 1504.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., In the next 12-18 months you will witness a hundredfold increase in asset confiscation and nationwide gun seizures, Sep/Oct. 94, 4pp, in PP 1287/1289: 367. – I have a great respect for Jarret as a writer, but not as a prophet. – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Individual Rights vs. Social Rights, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290. 48x, in PP 589-590.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Is Your Freedom In Danger? The Destruction of the Bill of Rights, 6pp: 54. Another version, 6pp, in PP 1445: 56.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., ISIL Announces New Bill of Rights Project, 1p, in PP 1287/89: 108. – My own anthology of 100 private bill of rights drafts, in PP 589/90, remains largely ignored. Too many freedom projects do not even attempt to utilize previous labours but start again, from the beginning, and thus never get very far. – All of the freedom tradition must become easily, cheaply and fast enough acccessible, at least on microfiche! – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Issues that Divide us, 3pp, in PP 1373/75: 186.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Libertarian Nation Declared, 2pp, on Republic of Minerva and Sea City: 661, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Libertarianism, 3pp, in PP 1445: 3.

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

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Libertarismo: El Camino Hacia la Paz, la Prosperidad y la Libertad, 6pp, in PP 1445: 26. – Trad. Loren Rhoads & Daniel Felitti. – Note, that I would love to be able to offer all of Jarret’s freedom writings on microfiche. Which ones are you willing to offer towards this aim? – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Liberty vs. Tyranny, an introduction to libertarianism, 1985, 23pp, SIL White Paper No. 1, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Market Limitations on Monopoly Power, 7pp: 288, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Military Defence without a State, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Murray N. Rothbard – America’s premier free market economist – dies at age 68, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p416. (Jan. 7, 1995)

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., My Lai & the Morality of War, 3pp: 449, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Myths of Democracy, 1984, 23pp, SIL White Paper No. 2, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Notes on Creating a Successful ISIL Outreach Organization, 6pp, in PP 1445: 20.

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

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Public Services under Laissez Faire, IV, The Telephone System & Fire Departments, 6pp: 15; VI: The Roads, 7pp: 51.; VI: The Roads, continued, 5pp: 77, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Red Alert: The Rising American Police State, 2pp, in PP 1287/89p226.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Reply to BRAGG, BILL, Proposed Solution to the Anarchist/Limited Government Controversy, 1p: 599, in PP 1457/62. – Part of the still all too incomplete debate on tolerance for tolerant actions, experimental freedom for all minority groups or panarchism. – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Review of: BRANDEN, NATHANIEL: 1.) Alienation and 2.) Discovering the Unknown Self, 1p: 76, in PP 1468.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Review of: NEILL, A.S., Summerhill, 1p: 99, in PP 1468.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Review of: TUCCILLE, JEROME, It Usually Begins with Ayn Rand, 1p: 107, in PP 1468.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Society Without Coercion, A New Concept of Social Organization, published by the Society for Rational Individualism, 1969, 45pp, in PP 1,011.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Society without Government, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Spotlighting the News, 2pp: 193, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Taxation Is Theft, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p358. From his “Society without Coercion”.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The ’76 Presidential Race, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 269.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The American Injustice System, 1971, 1p, in PP 1404/06: 306.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Case against Victimless Crimes, 2pp, 29x, in PP 290 & 685. – 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.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Causes of Aggression, 1984, 31pp, SIL White Paper No. 3, in PP 975, 28pp, in PP 1004, 4pp, LA Psychological Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Clark Campaign: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Clinton Health Care Disaster. How Clinton’s Health Plan Will Devastate your Medical Care, Income, & Privacy, 6pp, in PP 1445: 72.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Coming GREAT DEPRESSION, 1984, 23pp, SIL White Paper No. 6, in PP 975.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Effects of Aggression, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 282.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Endangered Middle Class. Why millions of Americans are on the verge of bankruptcy despite a booming economy, 6pp, Dec. 97: 52, in PP 1504.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Government’s War on your Life and Property, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p338.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Green Gestapo. Environmentalism Gone Insane, 6pp, in PP 1445: 50.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The House Waco Hearings: Lies, Distortions, Coverups, Obstruction of Justice… and a few important revelations, 3pp, in PP 1287/89p474.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Inception of American Fascism, 2pp, in PP 1283-1286.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Liberty Index, A Scale for Objectively Evaluating Social Liberty, 4pp, in PP 975 & 995.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Looting of America, Civil Asset Forfeiture, ISIL, 5pp, in PP 1250. – 6pp, in PP 1445: 68.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Looting of America. How over 200 Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws enable police to confiscate your home, bank accounts & business without trial, 6pp, ISIL leaflet, revised 5/97: 58, in PP 1504.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Myth of Monopoly Power, 1p: 219, in PP 1457/62. – SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Philosophy of Defense, 9pp: 323, in PP 1457/62.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Philosophy of Libertarianism, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290. – 1p, in PP 1283-1286.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Question of Gun Control, SIL leaflet, 29x, in PP 290, 6pp, n.d., in PP 1141. Wollstein told me that he had written about 300 articles on libertarianism but could not make all of them available to me, either. But he let me browse through his library and copy some libertarian magazine back issues. He is one of my favourite libertarian writers. Please help me getting all his freedom writings cheaply accessible. They should not remain dispersed through x periodical and pamphlet issues, most of them long out of print. – J.Z.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., The Value of Gold, 2pp, in PP 1404/06: 83.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Untitled, on “a few of the countless governmental violations of individual rights in America today”, 1p, in PP 1283-1286p158.

WOLLSTEIN, JARRET B., Victimless “crime” laws: the Case for Repeal, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 326. – Well, here are ca. 80 of his over 300 articles. It’s at least a start in getting them together and keeping them in print. Will other fans of Wollstein please help in making this collection more complete? – J.Z., 13.6.98.

WOLLSTONECRAFT, MARY, A Vindication of the Rights of Women, condensed, with a foreword by Miriam Allen deFord, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas, 1944, 43pp, in PP 1138.

WOLLSTONECRAT, MARY: MCELROY, WENDY & SMITH, GEORGE, Wollstonecraft & Godwin, 5pp, in PP 1430/31: 267. – From THE FAMILIST.

WOLMAN, LEO, Industry-Wide Bargaining, FEE, 1948, 63pp, in PP 1,005.

WOLOWSKI, L, Les Banques d’ecosse, translated into English by Robert Somers, with comments by Somers, 244pp, 1873, 29x, in PP 667.

WOLOWSKI, L., Essay on the Historical Method in Political Economy, published in a Roscher book, 1878, 48pp, in PP 1,037.

WOMEN HURT BY ABORTION AUSTRALIA, INC, Leaflet, 6pp, in PP 1428/29: 369.


WOMEN, PP 5, 225, 247-273 (in Liberty Nos. 119ff), 349, 370, 384, 606, 1066, 1098, 1111, 1156, 1161 (Paine)

WOMEN, RIGHTS OF WOMEN, a condensation of the Vindication by Mary Wollstonecraft, PP 1138.


WOMEN’S BANK, PP 731, 787,

WOMEN’S LIBERATION, PP 182, 369, 391/2, 412p245, 1052-61 (LA Pamphlet 10)

WOMEN’S LIBERATION, See: KOVALIK, PAT, The Vital Next Step, 5pp on Women’s Lib: 60, in PP 1488.

WOMEN’S LIBERATION, See: NORTH, GARY, The Feminine Mistake. The Economics of Women’s Liberation, 11pp: 126, in PP 1529-33.

WOMEN’S LIBERATION, See: ROTHBARD, MURRAY N., The Great Women’s Liberation Issue: Setting it Straight, 7pp: 271, in PP 1457/62.

WOMEN’S LIBERATION: WERTHEIMER, LAURA, The Phallacy of Women’s Liberation, 1p, in PP 1409/10: 169.

WOMEN’S PEACE PARTY, WORLD CONGRESS & WORLD PARLIAMENT OF WOMEN, & LOCAL EXPERIMENTS WITH RULE BY WOMEN, PP 5. (That author still thought that in his shout for “Mum!” would lie the solution to all our problems. Female prime ministers, in command of nuclear mass murder devices, are just as dangerous. The same errors in female ruling heads are just as disastrous. Women have often ruled but rarely brought peace. Perhaps among the best was Maria Theresia. She expanded her empire by using her family for royal conquests in royal marriage beds rather than by royal territorial conquests. But she did not bring peace to Europe, either. – J.Z.

WOMEN’S WAGES, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., Women, Work and Wages, 14pp: 546, in PP 1529-33.

WOOD, BONNY T., Quotable Quotes, A Book of Short, Jabby, Verbal Life-Savers, To Put Sparkle Into What Would Otherwise Be A Dull And Trite Stream Of Gab, Compiled & with an introduction by Bonny T. Wood, 1948, 32pp, Haldeman-Julius Publications, LBB No. B-794, in PP 1206, doubled up in PP 1221.

WOOD, CHRISTOPHER J.R. & GREENWOOD, JOHN G., Episodes from Asian Monetary History. The Fall of Silver: Part 1. China and the Silver Standards, ASIAN MONETARY MONITOR 2, July/Aug. 78, 33-43, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1201p707, headed : Asian Monetary History: Gold & Silver. – A discussion of the Asian examples of monetary freedom experiments would have been more fruitful. – J.Z.

WOOD, GEOFFREY E. & JIANAKOPLOS, NANCY A., Coordinated International Economic Expansion: Are Convoys or Locomotives the Answer? FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS REVIEW 60, July 78, 11-19, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1200p424, headed: International State Planning and Inflation.

WOOD, KEITH, Liberty and Law, 4pp: 54, in PP 1529-33.

WOOD, KENN, Appeal to Reason, 6pp: 124, in PP1466/67.

WOOD, RAY, International Conference on Industrial Democracy, 6pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.

WOODBURY, A.M., The Alternative to Socialism and Spurious Capitalism: Natural Capitalism, 4pp, 29x, in PP 408.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Anarchism and Morality, 1945, 16pp, in PP 961.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Anarchy Is where you Find it, 6pp, 1991, in PP 1251.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Commentary, 2pp, article from NOW, London, No.7, Fall 1941: 300, in PP 1447/49.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Education: A Weapon for the Ruling Class, 1p: 175, in PP 1480. – True education is always a self-improvement job. Do not blame others for your failure to achieve it. Have you, e.g., made full use of your microfilm options or have you largely ignored them? – J.Z., 5.6.98.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, English Revolutionary Unionism in the 19thCentury, 2pp: 102, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, French Canada, a Study in Theocracy, 2pp: 91, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, GANDHI: The Price of Glory, film review, 1983, 3pp, 29x, in PP 425.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Gerrard Winstanley and the Digger Movement, pp: 43, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Homes or Hovels. The Housing Problem & Its Solution, 1944, Freedom Press, 32pp, in PP 1,034.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Hommage a Godwin & L’oeuvre meconnue, on Godwin, in PP 1099.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Limitations of Community, 2pp: 19, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, May Day and the Two Americas, 2pp: 83, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Michael Bakunin, I, 2pp: 158; II, 2pp: 166, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Obscenity, 1p: 110, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Orwell y la Guerra Fria, 2pp: 68, in PP 1494.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Power & Inglory, 1p: 127, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Present-Day Role of the Church, 1951, 3pp, 29x, in PP 542.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Review of: BURNHAM, JAMES, The Managerial Revolution, 1p: 165, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, Review, 2pp, of HERBERT READ, Education through Art, in PP 1367/68: 57.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, See: WIENER, SAM, George Woodcock, a muddled history of anarchism, 5pp. Review of his: “Anarchism; A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements”, 1962, 476pp, with bibliography & index: 39, in PP 1488.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, The 1930’s and Herbert Read, 2pp: 79, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, The Feeding of Britain, 2pp: 6, in PP 1525. -As if people were domesticated animals waiting to be fed. – J.Z.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, The Future of the Proletariat, 2pp: 142, in PP 1525.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, The Revolution in a Peasant Country, 2pp: 115,in PP 1525. – On China.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, What Is Anarchism? n.d., 8pp, in PP 961.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, William Godwin, 2pp: 151, in PP 1525.

WOODFIELD, ALAN, Private vs. Public Provision of Social Welfare Services in New Zealand, 42pp, CIS, in PP 1147.

WOODFORD, JACK, A Popular Author on Reviewers, Publishers and Reading Habits. Along with numerous articles on the passing show by Howard Fast, Freda Cook, C.A. Willis, Bertrand Russell, Dr. E.H.S. Burhop, John D. McInerney, B. Liber, Cedric Belfrage, Bryan Fulks, Ruby Davis, Joseph Efries, Paul Eldridge, John W. Gunn, H.G. Hayes, Haldeman – Julius Publication No. B-883, 1950, 48pp, in PP 1227.

WOODFORD, JAMES, Scientists Warn of Tidal Wave Risk, 1p, in PP 1378/81: 501.

WOODHEAD, H.G.W., Exterritoriality in China, The Case Against Abolition, 1929, 72pp, 29x, in PP 715.

WOODHULL, VICTORIA C., A New Constitution for the United States of the World, 1872, full of constitutional formalities, it contains only 2 clear rights points! 48x, in PP 589/590.

WOODRUFF, A.M., Lessons from Taiwan, Georgist, 1982, 29pp, 48x, in PP 626

WOODRUFF, A.M., Progress & Poverty: A 100 Years’ Perspective, 14pp, in PP 1216.

WOODRUFF, JUSTIN, Terrorists of the 70’s and Anarchism: The Weather Underground Organisation, 6pp, in PP 471/472p164.

WOODRUFF,A.M., Lessons from the Application of Georgist Ideas on Taiwan, 1979, 30pp, 36x, in PP 381.

WOODWORTH, FRED to TOBIN, RONALD C, Letter, undated, 4pp: 53, in PP1466/67.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Anarchism, The Match Pamphlet Series, No. 3, 1973, 16pp, in PP 998.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Defence Fund, Justice for Fred Woodworth, 1p: 456, in PP 1457/62.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Dios No Existe, 6pp: 166, in PP 1478.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Introduction to THE MATCH and his Historic Reprint Series: THE RETORT, 1942-51, 4pp, 29x, in PP 895.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Letter to Michael Coughlin, 1977, 2pp, 29x, in PP 243, Fall 77.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Life and Times of THE MATCH, 3pp, in PP 1239.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, 5pp on Madalyn the Censor, in PP 275: 119.

WOODWORTH, FRED, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, 5pp, in PP 275, in Madalyn the Censor.

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

WOODWORTH, FRED, There Is No God, 3pp, in PP 1432/1439: 302. – 6pp: 870, in PP 1484/85. – Short article, 29x, in PP 616.

WOOLEVER, FRANK, Jubilee: Land-Trust Community, 88, 1p, in PP 1394: 95.

WOOLF, KATHLEEN A., Freedom of Choice in Education, 1962, 32pp, in PP 1367/68: 192

WOOLLEN, EVAN, Third View of the Single Tax, 6pp, in PP 1265.

WOOLMER, J. HOWARD, Rare Books, Catalog 81, Spring 1990, Part 2, Joseph Ishill and the Oriole Press, 3pp, and Winter 1990, same title, 3pp, in PP 1316: 114-119.

WOOLSEY, WARREN W., Abstract: The Black-Fama-Hall Payments System: An Analysis and Evaluation, 1987, 3pp, in PP 1186. – Free banking discussion.

WOOLSEY, WARREN W., Competitive Payments Systems and the Unit of Account: A Comment on White, 1984, 11pp, in PP 1186.

WOOLSEY, WARREN W., Money and the Medium of Account, 1985, 16pp, in PP 1186.

WOOLSEY, WARREN W., The Commodity Exchange Standard: A Proposal for Reform, 1984, 26pp, in PP 1186.

WOOLSEY, WARREN W., The Multiple Standard and the Means of Exchange, 1984, 39pp, in PP 1186.

WORD PROCESSOR, VOICE OPERATED, down to $ 1,000, clipping, in PP 467p89.

WORD, THE, Princeton, A Monthly Journal of Reform, E. H. Heywood, editor, incomplete. Note that alternatively the top and then the bottom of a page are here reproduced. I/1 (May 1873); II/2 (June 1873); II/3 (July 1873); II/6 (Oct. 1873); II/7 (Nov. 1873); II/8 (Dec. 1873): 24 full newspaper pages: 72, in PP 1481.

WORK AND PEOPLE, volumes 1-6, 1975-1980, extracts selected by John Zube on industrial democracy, group contracting etc., 232pp, 29x, in PP 294-297.


WORK FOR THE DOLE, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Why We Don’t Have Workfare in Canada, 1p: 40. – On “work for the dole”, in PP 1515.



WORKERS CONTROL, PP 412 (pp 27, 77 & 111).


WORKERS’ CONTROL, See: WEINER, SAM, For Workers’ Control, 3pp: 140, in PP 1515. – In most schemes for “workers’ control” not the workers themselves, individually and in their small groups, would exercise control but, rather, their supposed representatives or union functionaries. They would still be managed from above rather than self-managing. – J.Z., 20.11.98.

WORKERS’ DEMOCRACY, No. 29, 1988 Post-Conference Issue, 14pp sample, in PP 1191.


WORKERS PARTY PLATFORM, 1975, extracts on human rights, 48x, in PP 589/590.

WORKERS PARTY, PP 16/18, 48/49, 726.

WORKERS PARTY, The Case Against Public Education, 7pp, in PP 1417: 17. Leaflet, 75/76? Written by? – See also: PROGRESS PARTY.

WORKFARE, See: WALKER, MICHAEL, Why We Don’t Have Workfare in Canada, 1p: 40. – On “work for the dole”, in PP 1515.

WORKING CLASS, DISCONTENT, PP 202. See Cooperatives, Purchase of Enterprises, Self-Management.


WORLAND, STEPHEN T., Justum pretium: one more round in an endless series, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY 9, 1977, 504-521, summary only, 1p, in LITERATURE OF LIBERTY, in PP 1199p226. Headed: Just Price and Balancing Rights.




WORLD CONSTITUTION AND PARLIAMENT ASSOCIATIONS, First Decree for the Protection of Life, 1971, 1p, in PP 1386/91: 189.

WORLD CRISIS, See: DEPRESSION, THE GREAT, See: SENNHOLZ, HANS F., The Great Depression, 12pp: 93, in PP 1529- 33.

WORLD DEMOCRACY NEWS, 2 samples, No. 5, Spring 89 & No. 6, Fall 89, 18pp, with letter by John Zube, 4 Jan. 90, 10pp, to WDN, 29x, in PP 928.

WORLD ELITE SECURITY TRUST, Bulgaria, 2pp letter and statement, May 95, in PP 1366: 107. – It mentions a “Freedom Technology Resource Guide” which I have not yet seen.

WORLD ENCYCLOPEDIA, PP 823. Did all the encyclopedists die ca. 200 years ago – or have they given up, faced with print on paper costs, for all but 20 – 30 volume editions? – J.Z.



WORLD FUTURE SOCIETY, 2pp leaflet, 29x, in PP 766.




WORLD LIBERALISM, LINKS OF POLITICAL INTEREST, Home Page only, 1997, 3pp, in PP 1535: 200.

WORLD LIBRARY, DIGITAL: SELTZER, RICHARD, Suggested Tactics for Building an Electronic Library, 2pp, in PP 1409/10: 257.

WORLD MONEY ANALYST, How to Get a Second Passport, 2pp, in PP 1,027.

WORLD MONEY ANALYST, It’s ALMOST Time to Buy Gold, 7pp leaflets. Date? in PP 793, advertising leaflet, 6pp, 1984, 48x, in PP 739.

WORLD PEACE REPORT, Elkins Park, Pa., An attempt to share information on the causes and available cures of international war. Editor: L. Starobin, World Peace Association, 1/5, Feb. 85 & 1/6, March 85, 8pp, in PP 500. No new ideas or interests shown. – J.Z.

WORLD RESEARCH INCORPORATED, The Tale of a Whale – or, How to Solve an Energy Crisis, A Wail of A Tale, or How to Cause an Energy Crisis, 2pp, in PP 920.


WORLD WAR STILL GOING ON, Some Figures, PP 659. Any year since 45 ca. 30 wars going on, in 92 even 60! Losses estimated 35 – 45 million! From recent radio report. Were there 30 – 60 theatres of war during WW I or II? – J.Z.

WORLD WIDE LIBERTARIAN PAGES, Libertarian News, home page only, 1995, 1p, in PP 1535: 145. – I do hope that not all other libertarian news offers are as dated. – J.Z.

WORLD WITHOUT WAR BOOKSTORE, 4pp human rights literature list, 24x, in PP 50-54.

WORM, OTTO, Oekonomie der Arbeit, 6 S.: 45, in PP 1523.

WORMHOUDT, GERRIT H., Supreme Court Decisions (on compulsory schooling), 30pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

WORMHOUNDT, GERRIT H. & BAKER, ROBERT P., Legal Aspects of Compulsory Schooling, 1972, 1974, 1975, with an 11pp bibliography, 74pp, IHS, in PP 1114.

WORTHAM, ANNE, Black Victimhood vs. Black Individual Responsibility, 94, 4pp, in PP 1334/35: 123.

WORTHINGTON, PETER, Some Principled Options to Old-Line Parties, clipping on LP, 88, 1p, in PP 1271.

WORTHINGTON, PETER, Some principled options to old-line parties, 1988, 1p clipping, favouring the L.P., in PP 1283-1286.

WOWK, BRIAN, Feedback in Cryonics, 1p: 502, in PP 1293/95. (“…electrical activity can be recovered in brain slices after freezing to -90 degree C.”)

WRI NEWSLETTER, Chino, Nos. 1-20, Jan. 85 – July 92, 143pp, published by Western Review Institute, authorized microfiche edition, in PP 1,030.

WRI NEWSLETTER, WESTERN REVIEW INSTITUTE, Nos. 1-6, Jan. 85 – July 87, 52pp, 29x, in PP 727.

WRI, On Wars of Liberation, 1968, 6pp, from the A.J. Muste Memorial Institute Essay Series, in PP 1123.

WRI, WAR RESISTERS’ INTERNATIONAL, Conscription and Conscientious Objection, a brief international survey, 1981, 29x, in PP 611.

WRIGHT, CARROLL D., Why Women Are Paid Less than Men, 1892, 11pp, in PP 1111.

WRIGHT, EVAN JON, Beltravia, a book offered by LFB, one that made Ayn Rand laugh and whose author is discussed by Barbara Branden in The Passion of Ayn Rand. Here only advertised in a 1p leaflet, in PP 1276. Also in PP 1246.

WRIGHT, NIELSON, Cuba: A Case Study in the Failure of Socialism, 3pp, 1972; Red China: The Asian Octopus, 3pp, in PP 1089.

WRIGHT, NIGEL, The Need to Disestablish the Church of England, 1991, 2pp, LA Religious Notes No. 2, in PP 1,052 – 1,061.

WRIGHT, PAUL, Slaves of the State, 1994, 4pp: 761, in PP 1484/85. – On prisons.

WRIGHT, ROBERT, Why Johnny Can’t Sleep, TIME, April 14, 1997, 1p, in PP 1427: 29. An extract from an article in SLATE, WWW.SLATE.COM, on a better and more natural nursing system for babies, contrary to the advice of supposed experts. – I would only worry about parents accidentally suffocating their babies while sleeping near them. That could be prevented by some kind of safety capsule, which need not be as thick and rigid as that used in cars. Forward with nature! Less obstacles between parents and small children, too! Who knows what long-term effects this mistreatment of babies, advised by the experts, had on them? – Over the millions of years of human development, most small babies were certainly not made to sleep away from their parents. There are a number of interesting reports by anthropologists and psychologists upon the beneficial effect upon children of frequent, close and friendly physical contacts of children with adults, not only their parents. Now they are often separated, by clothing, setting apart, nurseries, schools – and grow up often strangers to their parents and their local communities, with all kinds of hang – ups. We imagine ourselves to be relatively civilized and are, in reality, still custom ridden, with our customs, as well, sometimes being self-defeating. – J.Z.

WRINGE, C.A., Children’s Rights, a philosophical study, 1981, extract of 11 points, 48x, in PP 589/590.

WUCHERPFENNIG, WOLF, John Henry Mackay, Dichter, Anarchist, Homosexueller, 1983, 27 S., in PP 1328: 93. Eine “Kritik”, “gestuetzt” auf Marx, Engels und Sexualpsychologie. Wer alles nur psychologisch erklaeren will, oder durch die kommunistische Ideologie, oder eine Kombination von ihnen, oder durch eine oder die andere vermeintliche “Verschwoerung”, versteht zu wenig vom Leben, von Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft und Staat und den Mengen falscher Ideen, die in den meisten Koepfen stecken und zu unrechtmaessigen und falschen Handlungen fuehren. Als ein Beitrag zur Mackay Diskussion dennoch hier verfilmt. – J.Z.

WUERTZ-RICHTER, ROSE, Weltgefahr. Wahnsinnige regierten. Psychologische Studien. Der Weltweite Verlag, 1946, Wien, Gmunden, Zuerich, New York, Kurt Zube, Gmunden, 63 S., in PP 1320. Dies ist nicht eine libertaere oder anarchistische Schrift aber etwas interessant durch ihre Themenstellung. Der blosse Versuch zu regieren beweist schon Wahnsinnigkeit – es sei denn es geschieht nur unter Freiwilligen. Diese Weltgefahr ist nur eine Folge des wahnsinnigen Systems Einzelnen oder einer Gruppe ein Monopol-“Recht” zu geben ueber Krieg und Frieden zu entscheiden, internationale Vertraege zu schliessen oder abzulehnen, Kriegs- und Friedensziele zu bestimmen, die Waffen zu waehlen, sie und den Kriegsdienst anderen aufzudraengen and das ganze durch Zwangssteuern, Papiergeldinflation, Zwangsanleihen, Requisitionen, offene Raeubereien, Rationierung und Lohn- und Preiskontrollen zu “finanzieren”. – J.Z., 6/96.

WW II: DAVIS, FORREST, Did Marshall Prolong the Pacific War? 3pp, in PP 1411/12: 73; part 2, 3pp: 112. – Another major war crime? – J.Z.

WYGODZINSKI, W., Bodenreformer, 1874, 3 S., 29x, in PP 737.