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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.

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TitleAuthorVolume
Democratizing the Middle East: A Conservative Perspective? Alexander J. Groth Vol. 19 Num. 4
It's the Economy, Stupid: Rudy Giuliani, the Wall Street Prosecutions, and the Recession of 1990-91 William L. Anderson Vol. 19 Num. 4
The Corporation at Issue, Part II: A Critique of Robert Hesson's In Defense of the Corporation and Proposed Conditions for Private Incorporation Piet-Hein van Eeghen Vol. 19 Num. 4
Susette Kelo, et al. v. City of New London, Connecticut Joseph F. Becker Vol. 19 Num. 4
Libertarianism and Legitimacy: A Reply to Huebert Randy E. Barnett Vol. 19 Num. 4
No Duty to Obey the State: Reply to Barnett J.H. Huebert Vol. 19 Num. 4
Review of Ayn Rand and Song of Russia: Communism and Anti-Communism in 1940s Hollywood by Robert Mayhew Stephen Cox Vol. 19 Num. 4
Review of Faith and Liberty: The Economic Thought of the Late Scholastics by Alejandro Chafuen Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Vol. 19 Num. 4
Is "Malinvestment" Enough to Go Bust? Enrico Colombatto Vol. 19 Num. 3
Establishing Government Accountability in the Anti-Sweat Shop Campaign: Toward a Logical, Activist Approach to Improving the Working Conditions of the Poor Ellennita Muetze Hellmer Vol. 19 Num. 3
The Corporation at Issue, Part I: The Clash of Classical Liberal Values and the Negative Consequences for Capitalist Practices Piet-Hein van Eeghen Vol. 19 Num. 3
Governmental Inevitability: Reply to Holcombe Walter Block Vol. 19 Num. 3
Comments on Colin Williams's Arguments Against Spooner Jan Narveson Vol. 19 Num. 3
Book Review of The Debates of Liberty: An Overview of Individualist Anarchism, 1881–1908, by Wendy McElroy Robert Bass Vol. 19 Num. 3
Book Review of On Nozick, by Edward Feser J.C. Lester Vol. 19 Num. 3
Common Property in Anarcho-Capitalism Randall G. Holcombe Vol. 19 Num. 2
Is Lookism Unjust?: The Ethics of Aesthetics and Public Policy Implications Louis Tietje Vol. 19 Num. 2
The Habermasian Moment Paul Gottfried Vol. 19 Num. 2
Quod Omnes Tangit: Consent Theory in the Radical Libertarian Tradition in the Middle Ages Carl Watner Vol. 19 Num. 2
Archipelagos of Educational Chaos Benjamin Marks Vol. 19 Num. 2
Book Review of Restoring the Lost Constitution: The Presumption of Liberty by Randy E. Barnett J.H. Huebert Vol. 19 Num. 2
Editor's Remarks Roderick T. Long Vol. 19 Num. 1
Rothbard's Time on the Left John Payne Vol. 19 Num. 1
Anderson, Hazlitt, and the Quantity Theory of Money Jude Blanchette Vol. 19 Num. 1
Merchants of Death Revisited: Armaments, Bankers, and the First World War T. Hunt Tooley Vol. 19 Num. 1
Rejoinder to Caplan on Bayesian Economics Walter Block Vol. 19 Num. 1
Book Review of Benjamin Constant: Principles of Politics Applicable to All Governments Gary Galles Vol. 19 Num. 1