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Advancing the scholarship of liberty in the tradition of the Austrian School for 30 years

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Published from 1977 to 2008, Volumes 1-21

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FOUNDING EDITOR: Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995); past Editors: Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Roderick T. Long; Managing Editor: Judith Thommesen; Publisher: Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Ludwig von Mises Institute 

Since its first issue in the Spring of 1977, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, founded by Murray N. Rothbard, has been the voice of scholarship in libertarian theory, was the major launching pad for every new idea that shaped the world of libertarianism, the preeminent forum for the airing of revisionist historical research on war and interventionism, and the primary venue for reconstruction of the history of ideas in terms of libertarian ideas. You can purchase back issues online.


Symposium: Chicago versus the Free Market, Introduction Hans-Hermann Hoppe Vol. 16 Num. 4
Henry Simons is Not a Supporter of Free Enterprise Walter Block Vol. 16 Num. 4
Milton Friedman Unraveled Murray N. Rothbard Vol. 16 Num. 4
George Stigler and the Myth of Efficient Government Thomas J. DiLorenzo Vol. 16 Num. 4
Undermining Property Rights: Coase and Becker Gary North Vol. 16 Num. 4
Douglass C. North and Non-Marxist Institutional Determinism Joseph R. Stromberg Vol. 16 Num. 4
The Firm in a Free Society: Following Bastiat's Insights Pascal Salin Vol. 16 Num. 3
The Impossibility of the State Leonard Brewster Vol. 16 Num. 3
All Goverment is Excessive: A Rejoinder to Dwight Lee's "In Defense of Excessive Government" Walter Block Vol. 16 Num. 3
Locke, Hobbes, and the UD: Comment on Van Dun Paul Gottfried Vol. 16 Num. 3
Reply to Gottfried Frank van Dunn Vol. 16 Num. 3
Book Review: Chris Sciabarra, Total Freedom Toward a Dialectical Libertarianism Joseph R. Stromberg Vol. 16 Num. 3
Book Review: A. James Gregor, The Faces of Janus: Marxism and Fascism in the 20th Century Hunt Tooley Vol. 16 Num. 3
Symposium on Federalism, War, and Reconstruction: Introduction Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Vol. 16 Num. 2
Paul to Jeremiah: Calhoun's Abandonment of Nationalism K.R. Constantine Gutzman Vol. 16 Num. 2
Calhoun, Sectional Conflict, and Modern America H. Lee Cheek, Jr. Vol. 16 Num. 2
A Moral Accounting of the Union and the Confederacy Donald W. Livingston Vol. 16 Num. 2
A Plain Folk Perspective on Reconstruction, State-Building, Ideology, and Economic Spoils Joseph R. Stromberg Vol. 16 Num. 2
The Consolidation of State Power via Reconstruction: 1865-1890 Thomas J. DiLorenzo Vol. 16 Num. 2
Nationalism and Liberalism: Friends or Foes? David Conway Vol. 16 Num. 1
European Unification as the New Frontier of Collectivism: The Case for Competitive Federalism and Polycentric Law Carlo Lottieri Vol. 16 Num. 1
The European Union's American Pedigree: Lessons from the Other Side of the Atlantic Myles Kantor Vol. 16 Num. 1
From the Bosom of Communism to the Central Control of EU Planners Josef Sima Vol. 16 Num. 1
Natural Order, the State, and the Immigration Problem Hans-Hermann Hoppe Vol. 16 Num. 1
Book Review: Hernando de Soto, The Mystery of Capital Gabriel Calzada Alvarez Vol. 16 Num. 1
Book Review: Leland B. Yeager, Ethics as Social Science Robert P. Murphy Vol. 16 Num. 1