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Complete Libertarian Forum (1969-1984) (2 Volume Set), The

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The bound edition (two massive volumes, paperback) of the Libertarian Forum that serious collectors and readers only dreamed about a few years ago. Those who were lucky enough to have the complete set held onto them for dear life.
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Libertarian Forum (2 Volume Set)
  • Libertarian Forum Volume 1
  • Libertarian Forum Volume 2
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The bound edition (two massive volumes, paperback) of the Libertarian Forum that serious collectors and readers only dreamed about a few years ago. Those who were lucky enough to have the complete set held onto them for dear life.

After all, their value was legendary: the Libertarian Forum, edited by Murray N. Rothbard from 1969 to 1984, had a small, even tiny, circulation but it forged the intellectual edifice known as libertarianism.

Month after month, the newsletter thrilled, enlightened, shocked, and awed its subscribers. Everything was on the table. And here are all the issues again, as smart, gossipy, and fresh as they were when they were first written.

This was where Murray wrote his extraordinary movie reviews, his searing political commentary on everything from Nixon, Carter, and Reagan to the New Left and the New Right, and his contemporary history of the libertarian movement, from the founding of the Libertarian Party to the implosion of the movement in the 1980s. It is all bracing, fun, controversial, and fire hot.

As the saying goes, he was just one man with a typewriter, but he changed the world. The appearance of this incredible newsletter in book form brings joy to the heart. Murray would be exuberantly happy to see it all come back!

Making them available was originally Walter Block's idea. Initially it seemed impossible. We didn't have all issues. The costs would be prohibitive. The volumes would be too thick and unwieldy. Would their content still be relevant?

Once we began to look carefully at this treasure, it was clear that it had to be done.

It is still huge: 1202 pages! But we put it into two volumes to make it manageable. And thanks to donors who also saw the need, and the many people who worked to find copies and send them to us, we put together an entire set, and now they are all available to make another huge dent in the history of the world.

It was a miracle publication in many ways—something that would never have been published by a mainstream house. It existed from 1969 to 1984. It was a passionate, smart, gossipy, and often shocking newsletter that is as fresh today as when it was written. It was low circulation but it exercised huge influence. It gave birth to the libertarian movement, raised it through its infancy and teen years, and gave it a farewell once it entered adulthood.

You will see many names that you recognize (Murray wasn't the only writer), and hear the details on subjects in libertarian history about which you have heard only rumors. You will discover how a brilliant intellectual read and understood the daily news from a radical libertarian perspective. In short, if you want to understand modern libertarianism—or even modern politics—these volume are not only essential; they are a priceless and indispensable resource.

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by zensquirrel
on 5/5/2011
impressive
I just got this and wasn't sure if it would be just a reprint of all the articles or a facsimile of the entire newsletters. It wildly exceeds my expectations - it's a facsimile reproduction of the newsletters with nothing left out. If I have a (minor) complaint it is this: even at 8 1/2" by 11" page size, the text is a bit small, although I would guess the original newsletters were printed this way and this is but a function of these volumes faithfully reproducing the original newsletters. Now on to more reading; from what I've read so far, this is a gold mine and well worth having.
by Aems
on 11/29/2010
Happy Customer
This is an amazing text and it has to be held to be appreciated. The wonderful thing about this book is that it shows you how consistent the Libertarians of the Austrian tradition have been at systematically taking apart the issues of the times. Great text.
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  • Volume I
    • The Nixon Administration: Creeping Cornuellism
    • State of Palestine Launched
    • "Private" Enterprise at Work
    • A People’s Court?
    • Sitting on the Sidewalk Outlawed
    • Recommended Reading
    • The Scientific Imperial Counsellor: "To Restore Faith in Government"
    • FBI and CIA (Karl Hess)
    • "Dear Ted": Prelude to Repression?
    • Recommended Reading
    • Tax Day Tax Revolt in Wisconsin
    • Tax Revolt (Karl Hess)
    • Transformation of a Newspaper
    • Revolution
    • My Taxes (Karl Hess)
    • Mailer for Mayor
    • Repression, Domestic and Foreign (Karl Hess)
    • SDS and Black Self-Determination (Stephen Halbrook)
    • The Panthers and Black Liberation
    • The Movement Grows
    • The Coming White Terror (Karl Hess)
    • Don’t Tread on Me
    • Massacre at People’s Park
    • Where are the Specifics? (Karl Hess)
    • Confiscation and the Homestead Principle
    • The Meaning of Revolution
    • What the Movement Needs (Karl Hess)
    • Nixon’s Decisions SDS—Two Views (Murray Rothbard and Leonard P Liggio)
    • Revolution in Minnesota
    • The Real Rebels (Karl Hess)
    • Nelson’s Waterloo
    • The New Deal and Fascism
    • Heinlein and Liberty: A Warning (Wilson A Clark, Jr)
    • Listen, YAF
    • Leaders and Heroes (Karl Hess)
    • Against the Volunteer Military (Walter Block)
    • National Liberation Reform (Karl Hess)
    • The Czech Crisis, Part I (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Revolution Comes to YAF (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The YAF Power Play
    • Anarcho-Rightism Conservative Libertarianism (Karl Hess)
    • The New Boston Tea Party
    • National Review Rides Again
    • Abolition: An Acid Test
    • We Make the Media Class
    • The Czech Crisis (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Conference Robin Hood Revisionism (Karl Hess)
    • Ultra-Leftism Neoliberals in German Politics (Leonard P Liggio)
    • A YAF Conversion R
    • The Anti-War Movement
    • A Letter to Moloch
    • The Airline Cartel
    • A Leftist Looks at YAF
    • Notes on Repression Cults and Criticisms (Karl Hess)
    • The Military-Industrial-University Complex (Gerald P O’Driscoll, Jr)
    • Anarcho-Communism The Working Class (Bill Goring)
    • Lurking in the Wings (JM Cobb)
    • My Loyalty Oath (Ann C Bardsley)
    • AHA Convention (Leonard P Liggio)
    • From Libertine to Libertarian (Jerome Tuccille)
    • What’s Your Excuse Now?
    • Against Taxation
    • USIA Network Organized Crime (Joseph R Peden)
    • Biafra, RIP
    • Left and Right: The Psychology of Opposites (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Massacres in Vietnam (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Task Ahead
    • Phony Libertarianism (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Meet Libertarians
    • Free Bill Kunstler!
    • People Justice (Joseph R Peden)
    • Doctors and Drugs
    • The Great Society (James Dale Davidson)
    • The New Left, RIP
    • For a New America
    • The Mad Bombers
    • The Knudson Revolt
    • Liberty and the University (Edwin G Dolan)
    • Tax Resistance (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Census Resistance
    • The Cure For Air Pollution
    • US Imperialism (Vincent Ninell)
    • The Individualist
    • The Tuccille Book
    • Farewell To The Left Natural Allies Revisited (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The State of the Movement (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The New Movement: Peace Politics
    • The New Libertarianism
    • The Judges
    • The Lenin Centennial (Edwin G Dolan)
    • The Nixon Mess
    • Anarchism and Government (John V Peters)
    • Abortion Repeal
    • From the "Old Curmudgeon"
    • On Civil Obedience From the "Old Curmudgeon"
    • Hatfield for President?
    • Black Flag for a New Decade (Edwin G Dolan)
    • The State: Enemy of Latin America (Stephen P Halbrook)
    • Bits and Pieces (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Nixon and the Economy (Gerald P O’Driscoll, Jr)
    • The Socialist Scholars Caper More on Ardrey
    • Bits and Pieces (Jerome Tuccille)
    • A Not So Radical Guide (Gerald P O’Driscoll, Jr)
    • When Revolution?
    • On Sexism (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Case for Elites
    • From the "Old Curmudgeon"
    • Gems of Statism
    • Polarization
    • O Canada (Joseph R Peden)
    • Gun Laws (Stephen Halbrook)
    • White Terror in Quebec
    • Gems of Statism
    • Free Enterprise and Free Education (Edwin G Dolan)
    • The Shaffer Dictionary (Butler Shaffer)
    • The Elections Retreat from Freedom Stirrings, Right and Left
    • Power and Market
    • Death of the Left Hawaii—Growth and Repression Anarchism—A New Convert
    • Nixonite Socialism
    • Social Darwinism Reconsidered
    • Native Americans and Property Rights (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Knee-Jerk Radicalism
    • Take Off Come One! Come All!
    • Libertarianism: A Warning (Tibor R Machan)
    • On Women’s Liberation (Edwin G Dolan)
    • The Psychological-Political Dichotomy (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Facing Bureaucracy (Norman H Crowhurst)
    • In Defense of Non-Romantic Literature (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Conning of America Stateless Societies: Ancient Ireland (Joseph R Peden)
    • A Libertarian Rebuttal: Conservatism Examined (James Dale Davidson) Army Intelligence
    • Orwell Lives Ireland: Neutralist and State Capitalist (John P McCarthy) Contempt for the Usual
    • Chamberlain and Hess (Robert LeFevre)
    • Is Pot Harmless?
    • We Beat the SST
    • For Bengal
    • How to Destatize
    • Syndical Syndrome
    • Jerome Daly Once More
    • The Senate and the Draft
    • Dumping Nixon Liberty: From Rand to Christ (Joseph R Peden)
    • Traditional China and Anarchism (M Rubinstein)
    • The End of Economic Freedom
    • Attica
    • Reprint Bonanza
    • Disestablish Public Education (Leonard P Liggio)
    • A Note on Revolution (RA Childs, Jr)
    • Nixon’s NEP We Fight the Freeze
    • Confession—Pavlovian Style (Lucille E Moran)
    • The UN and The War
    • Mises Festschrift
    • Recommended Reading
    • The Population Hysteria (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Politics ‘72 Purist Deviationism: A Strategic Fallacy (William Danks)
    • Libertarians Versus Controls
    • On Punishment: Two Comments and a Reply
    • The Political Circus
    • For Croatia
    • The Shaffer Dictionary
    • Recommended Reading
    • The Movement Marches On
    • Immortality and the Law (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Rising Sun (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Political Circus From the Old Curmudgeon
    • The Lone Eagle (Justus D Doenecke)
    • A Bunch of Losers
    • Ashlosky for President (Edwin G Dolan)
    • Philosophy and Immortality (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Conservation Question (Gerald P O’Driscoll, Jr)
    • Short People, Arise!
    • Nixon’s World
    • The Party Once More
    • Review of John Hosper’s Libertarianism (RA Childs, Jr)
    • The Liar as Hero (Walter Block)
    • Frank S Meyer, RIP
    • McGovern???
    • The Party Emerges
    • Another Lone Nut
    • Review of John Hosper’s Libertarianism, Part II (RA Childs, Jr)
    • Anationalism and Immortality (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Polish Ham Question (Walter Block)
    • Garbage in New York (Joseph R Peden) Academic Freedom? (Peter Sherman)
    • Confronting Leviathan
    • Arbitration: A Fundamental Alternate Institution (Ralph Fucetola, III)
    • The Law of the Sea
    • Transnational Relations
    • Bruno Leoni’s Freedom and the Law (Gary Greenberg)
    • Localism and Bureaucracy
    • In the 19th Century China (M Rubenstein)
    • Bombing the Dikes
    • America’s Newest Enemies
    • November??
    • No, No McGovern
    • McGovern for President (Lyla O’Driscoll, Gerald P O’Driscoll)
    • Open Letter to the Internal Revenue Service (Jerome Tuccille)
    • Nixon or McGovern? (Joseph R Peden)
    • Archy’s Last Gasp
    • The Slumlord as Hero (Walter Block)
    • The Schmitz Ticket
    • Unity or Cadre
    • Recommended Reading
    • Beyond the Sixties
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • The Senate Rated
    • The Strip Miner as Hero (Walter Block)
    • The Elections
    • Whither the Democracy?
    • Recommended Reading
    • Revisionism From the Center: A Review Essay (Chris R Tame)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The Movement
    • Hospers on Crime and the FBI
    • The Blackmailer as Hero (Walter Block)
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • Ezra Pound, RIP (James Dale Davidson)
    • We Make the Electoral College!
    • Freedom, Pot, and National Review
    • Recommended Reading
    • A Response to the Challenge (Tibor Machan)
    • The Editor Replies
    • Bormann Once More
    • The Apotheosis of Harry Sex Breaks Up a Cult
    • The Pimp as Hero (Walter Block)
    • Review of A Ernest Fitzgerald’s The High Priests of Waste (Robert Sherrill)
    • The Other North American Election (Samuel Edward Konkin III)
    • The Sticks in the Closet Hospers Replies (John Hospers)
    • The Editor Rebuts
    • The Old Curmudgeon as Hero (Walter Block)
    • A Libertarian Poll
    • Movement Magazines
    • The Mayoral Circus The Blackmailer as Villain (Gary Greenberg)
    • The Blackmailer as Hero: A Reply (Walter Block)
    • Heroes and Scapegoats (Walter Block)
    • Life vs Death: The Final Barricade (Jerome Tuccille)
    • The Rise of Roy Ash (Bill Evers)
    • Denial of Protection (Tibor Machan)
    • Present at the Creation
    • Tax Rebellion
    • Personal "Freedom": Review of Harry Browne’s How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World (RA Childs, Jr)
    • The IBM Case: A Comment (Dominick T Armentano)
    • Contra Psychological "Liberation" Jim Davidson and the Week That Was
    • From the Halls of Montezuma (Joseph R Peden)
    • Notes on Watergate
    • Review of Murray Rothbard’s For A New Liberty (J Neil Schulman)
    • Floyd Arthur "Baldy" Harper, RIP
    • McGovern vs Rothbard
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Anti-Tax Demonstration (KW Kalcheim)
    • Hospers On Rothbard’s Rebuttal (John Hospers)
    • The Mayoral Circus II
    • Blockian Ethics (Roy Halliday)
    • Blockian Ethics—A Reply (Walter Block)
    • The Editor Comments
    • Harry Browne Replies (H Browne)
    • The Editor Rebuts
    • Feds and Rebs (KW Kalcheim)
    • The Need For a Movement and a Party
    • Rothbardiana
    • Economic Mess
    • On Man and Perfection (Tibor Machan)
    • Harper’s Last Article
    • Liberty or Order: 1970 Domestic Spying Plan (Bill Evers)
    • Parento on the Prospects for Liberty (Vilfredo Pareto)
    • Public Schools: The Counterattack Begins (Joseph R Peden)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Oil and American Foreign Policy (John Hegel III)
    • 101 Way to Promote Libertarian Ideas
    • News Notes (Joseph R Peden)
    • Recommended Reading
    • The Meaning of War
    • Libertarianism and Social Transformation (Stephen Halbrook)
    • Use Immunity: Let the Punishment Fit the Crime (Joseph R Peden)
    • Comment (Joseph R Peden)
    • Hands off the Middle East!
    • Libertarians and Culture: A Challenge (James Dale Davidson)
    • The Gospel According to LeFevre
    • Revolution in Chile
    • Friedman’s Value-Free Value: Human Liberty (Tibor Machan)
    • Technology Forever (Jerome Tuccille) First Nighter)
    • Ludwig von Mises, RIP
    • Libertarian Party
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • The Middle East Music: The Art
    • No One Thinks About (Kenneth LaFave)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The Fall of the Republic Mr First Nighter, Soft on the Enemy?
    • For Conspiracy Theorists Only!
    • Are We Another Rome? (Joseph R Peden)
    • The Machinery of Friedman (Joseph Salerno)
    • Maddox Attacks Revisionism (Bill Evers)
    • Rand on the Middle East
    • Energy Fascism
    • Mises and History (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Danish Delight
    • Two Tiers Crumble Relevance?
    • What Kind of "Purity"?
    • An Open Letter to Irving Kristol
    • Political Kidnapping
    • Rothbardiana
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Background of Middle East Conflict (Bill Evers)
    • Save the Oil Industry!
    • 101 Ways to Promote Libertarian Ideas
    • Seven Days in May??
    • European Politics (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The British Elections
    • Libertarianism and Humanist Psychology (Martin Andrews)
    • Why No Oil Refineries
    • How to Deal With Kidnapping
    • Libertarian Songs
    • Libertarian Dinner Club
    • Civil Liberties, Selective Style
    • Five Years Old!
    • FLP Convention: One Step Forward, One Step Back
    • The Mysterious World of the CIA
    • Phillip H Willkie, RIP
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Review of John T Flynn’s As We Go Marching (William Stewart)
    • Impeach the (Expletive Deleted)
    • BFL Expands
    • Uncle Miltie Rides Again
    • Purity and the Libertarian Party
    • The Growth of Revisionism from the Centre: A Review Essay (Chris R Tame)
    • Rhodesia—Unjust Land Seizure (Bill Evers)
    • Reflections on the Middle East European Politics (Leonard P Liggio)
    • For Tuccille (Roger Lea MacBride)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • For Kurdistan
    • The Hiss Case Revisited
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • Contra Federal Campaign Funding (Bill Evers)
    • World-Wide Inflation Destutt de Tracy: Early French Classical Liberal (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Conservative Myths in History: Review of Kuehnelt-Leddihn’s Leftism: From De Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse (Ralph Raico)
    • Comment on the CLA (Lynn Kinsky)
    • The Prophetic Vision of Hillaire Belloc (John P McCarthy) New Rothbard Book
    • Natural Law, or The Science of Justice (Lysander Spooner)
    • Only One Heartbeat Away The Non-Dismal Science (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Ford in Our Present, Or Can Greenspan Save Us?
    • LP Platform
    • Austrian Economics on the Rise (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Davidson and "Women’s Lib" (Linda V Seawright)
    • Science and Human Liberty (Tibor Machan)
    • Hayek and the Nobel Prize
    • The Elections Voting and Politics
    • After Rabat, What?
    • Economic Determinism, Ideology, and the American Revolution Report from Europe
    • The Emerging Crisis Libertarian Scholarship Advances
    • Women’s Lib: Goldberg Replies to Kinsky (Steven Goldberg)
    • Boston Libertarian Dinners!
    • Henry Hazlitt Celebrates 80th Birthday
    • Government and the Economy Society Without a State (Murray Rothbard) The Demise of Fractional Reserve Banking? (Karl E Peterjohn)
    • Tax Rebellion in Willimantic Foreign Affairs (Leonard P Liggio) The Day-Care "Shortage" Sense on Oil—At Last!
    • Inflationary Depression
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Profits Regulation and Inflation (Hartwell C Herring III, Fred A Jacobs)
    • The Aliens Are Among Us (J Neil Schulman)
    • Spooner vs Liberty (Carl Watner)
    • "Under"-Population
    • The Death of a State LP Convention—Come One, Come All!
    • The AIB Conference: From Scholarship to Political Activism
    • In Assassination Revisionism (Alan Fairgate)
    • Nozick Award
    • Assassination Revisionism Once More
    • Hobbes and Liberalism (Bill Evers)
    • Say’s Law Revisited (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Libertarian Ripoff of the Month Dept
    • The Case for Optimism
    • From Crank-Up to Crack-Up (Ludwig v Mises)
    • The Bankruptcy of Liberalism
    • On Income Differences (WR Havender)
    • The Ethics Gap Burton K Wheeler, Montana Isolationist, RIP (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Dictatorships
    • The Division of Labor and the Libertarian Movement (Tom G Palmer)
    • Fanfani’s Fall (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Winston Churchill: An Appreciation (Ralph Raico)
    • The LP Convention ALL Founded
    • Depression and Inflation (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Rothbardiana
    • On the Women’s Liberation, or the Male Chauvinist Pig as Hero (Walter Block)
    • The Sinai Trap Is the Grass Any Greener? Review of Laura & Odie Faulk’s
    • The Australian Alternative
    • Arab Wars
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • Class Analysis and Economic Systems (David Osterfeld)
    • "Libertarian" Sci-fi
    • Friedman and the Liberals (Tibor Machan)
    • Stop Reagan!
    • Has Robert Nozick Justified the State? (Randy Barnett)
    • My New Year’s Wish for the Movement
    • The Polish Question
    • Right-Center Chic
    Volume 2
    • US Out of Angola!
    • FDR and the Isolationists (Bruce Bartlett)
    • MacBride vs Reagan
    • The ABM Slips Away
    • Libertarian Bicentennial
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Free Doug Kennell
    • Libertarian Environmentalists
    • The Presidency ‘76: The Morning Line
    • We Make the Media!
    • Revisionism and Libertarianism
    • Center for Libertarian Studies Formed!
    • Fuller, Law, and Anarchism (Randy E Barnett)
    • Von Hoffman vs Schlesinger
    • The Early Primaries
    • Libertarian Feminists Organize
    • African Roundup
    • The Lebanon Tragedy
    • Capitalism, Socialism, and Bureaucratic Management (David Osterfeld)
    • The State vs the Amish (Joseph R Peden)
    • Foreign Affairs (Leonard P Liggio)
    • FLP Split!
    • Combatting Conservatism
    • A Political Party, Once More
    • The "Defense Gap" Mythology
    • Recommended Reading
    • The Zen Candidate: Or, Browning Out In the Movement
    • On Nozick’s Anarchy, State, and Utopia—II
    • The Invisible Hand Strikes Back (Roy A Childs, Jr)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Ford Vs Carter?
    • The Psycho-Presidency
    • Economic Scapegoats: Heroes or Scoundrels? Review of Walter Block’s
    • Defending the Undefendable (Bill Evers)
    • MacBride’s New Book
    • News From Spain
    • CLS Booms!
    • Democratic Convention Notes
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Foreign Affairs: Palestine (Leonard P Liggio)
    • The Education Grab
    • Russia! (Justus D Doenecke)
    • The State As An Immoral Teacher (Ouida)
    • Cold War Revisionism (Walter E Grinder)
    • Education By Bribes and Coercion (Auberon Herbert)
    • Thinking About Revolution: Two Books of Importance
    • The First Two Years of WWII (JP McCarthy)
    • To the Elections
    • The LP Convention
    • Libertarianism for Profit? A Letter and Reply
    • "Benediction" Speech at the LP Convention
    • Storm Over the "Scum": Defending the Undefendable Block
    • The LP: Retrospect and Prospect
    • Kuhn’s Paradigms (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Toward a Libertarian Movement (Tom G Palmer)
    • Health and Liberty
    • Metric Mania
    • Carter & Co—Back at the Old Stand
    • Nobel Prize for Friedman
    • Kropotkin’s Ethics and the Public Good (WM Evers)
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • New Libertarian Scholarly Journal!
    • LP Election Scoreboard
    • More on Carter & Co
    • Life With Mises (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Fair Trial vs Free Press: Court Decision Imperils Press (Bill Evers)
    • Land Reform: Portugal and Mexico
    • Relaxation in China?
    • Vive Le Quebec Libre
    • The War Over Foreign Policy
    • Recommended Reading
    • Libertarianism and Property Rights (Walter Block)
    • One Man Against OSHA
    • From the Old Curmudgeon
    • The Natural Gas Caper
    • Anarcho-Capitalism and the Defense of the Nonstate (David Osterfeld)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The New End of Ideology?
    • In Defense of Gradualism (Robert Poole, Jr)
    • The Fallacy of Gradualism: A Reply (Tom G Palmer)
    • Human Rights at Home: the Flynt Case
    • The New LR
    • A Black Writer’s View of Roots (Anne Wortham)
    • A Great Day for Freedom
    • From the Old Curmudgeon: The "Libertarian" Church
    • Kidnappers at Large
    • America and "Human Rights"—East Timor Division
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Zaire—Katanga Rises Again!
    • At the Summit
    • The Death of General Hershey
    • The Great Felker Caper
    • The Historians’ Betrayal
    • The Tuccille Defection
    • Carter on Inflation
    • Jesus and Marx: Review of Dale Vree’s On Synthesizing Marxism
    • and Christianity (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Liberty and the Drug Problem (R Childs)
    • Power, Obedience, and Education: a Review Essay (Joseph R Stromberg)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Who are the South Moluccans?
    • The Water "Shortage"
    • The State and Education (Austin W Wright)
    • The "Humane" N-Bomb
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Open Door Imperialism: Review of WA Williams The Tragedy of
    • American Diplomacy (RD Grinder)
    • Racism or Sexism: Which Way?
    • The FLP Goofs Again
    • Do You Hate the State?
    • Should Abortion Be a Crime? The Abortion Question Once More
    • Canadian Breakup
    • Exciting New Magazine: Inquiry
    • In Defense of Pirateering (J Michael Oliver)
    • Seeking the Political Kingson: A Review Essay (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Tax Rebellion in Illinois!
    • Panama Canal Question
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Convention Report (Milton Mueller)
    • Keynote Address to the LP Convention (Murray Rothbard)
    • The Bakke Case
    • Higher Education: The View of Insiders (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Defending the Defendable (Gary Greenberg)
    • Toward a Libertarian Theory of Abortion (Walter Block)
    • The New York Mayoralty
    • Do You Love Liberty? (David F Nolan)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • That Noble Dream (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Public Parks: the New York City Case (Walter Block)
    • Abortion: An Exchange
    • The Sadat Hype
    • Two Exits
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Rent Control: the New York City Case (Walter Block)
    • The Critique of Interventionism (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Rendering Unto Caesar: Those Preachers Again (Justus D Doenecke)
    • L’Affaire Efron
    • Truth On the Scaffold (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The Last Word on Efronia
    • Market Prospects for Nuclear Power (Patrick L Lilly)
    • Strengthening the LP
    • Block and the Rights of the Father (Jocelyn Maxwell)
    • Assassination Revisionism
    • Block on Abortion (Roger E Bissell)
    • Victory for Tax Revolt!
    • Solidarity—But Not Forever (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Camp David and After
    • Abortion Rights of the Child (James Sadowsky, SJ)
    • Why Free Schools Are Not Free (Frank Chodorov)
    • Slaves Contracts and Inalienable Will (Sheldon Richman)
    • The Street Peddler (Walter Block)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The ABM Rises from the Grave (Bill Birmingham)
    • Lessons of People’s Temple
    • Bring Back Belloc (T Palmer)
    • Shall the State Educate the People? (Thomas Hodgskin)
    • Truth
    • Newsletters of Libertarian Interest
    • Towards Freedom of Choice in Education (Joseph R Peden)
    • Rub-a-dub-dub Three Men in a Tub (Sheldon Richman)
    • LP Breakthrough
    • And Gladly Teach: Power and the Professors (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Lost Cause
    • Te Space War
    • An Anarchist Without Adjectives (Wendy Grosscup)
    • The Political Economy of Inflation: Government and Money (Tom G Palmer)
    • Abraham Lincoln (Lance Lamberton)
    • The Thatcher Myth (David Ramsay Steele)
    • In Defense of Free Immigration (Richard Ebeling)
    • Listen Again, YAF
    • John C Calhoun (Lance Lamberton)
    • Libertarians on the Battlements
    • ‘S Wonderful, ‘S Marvelous
    • Sharing
    • LP Radical Caucus Formed
    • Crime and Sacrifice (Walter Block)
    • Nuclear Power Crisis
    • Nuclear Power: Beyond "For" or "Against" (Milton Mueller)
    • Technological Facts on Nuclear Energy
    • Review of The Disaster Lobbby (R Childs)
    • Excerpt from The Disaster Lobby (Melvin J Grayson & Thomas R Shepard, Jr)
    • SLS Proposal (Milton Mueller)
    • Current LP Planks (Bill Evers & Murray Rothbard)
    • Late Bulletin: LR Suppresses Free and Open Debate on Nuclear Power!
    • The Iran Threat
    • The Duelist (Walter Block)
    • Prose in the Social Sciences: Problems and Remedies (Justus D Doenecke)
    • Deflation: The Time Is Now (Robert L Formaini)
    • The Menace of Opportunism
    • Law in Anarchy (Charles B Olson)
    • Opportunism Revisited
    • Billboards (Walter Block)
    • And Now Afghanistan
    • Notes on Iran, Afghanistan, etc by the Old Curmudgeon
    • "Revolutionary" Fascism: A Review of Jorge Edwards’ Persona
    • Non Grata (Alfred C Cuzan)
    • The Ruling Class: Kolko and Domhoff (Lance Lamberton)
    • The Presidential Campaign: The Need for Radicalism
    • The Ballad of the IRS
    • The Nuclear Issue Once More
    • Quebec: Province or Nation? (Leonard P Liggio)
    • Canadian Separatism: the Second Front (Samuel E Konkin III)
    • Opportunism, Nukes, and the Clark Campaign
    • Fired from LR
    • Evers for Congress
    • Some Thoughts on Supply-Side Economics (Richard M Ebeling)
    • Abortion and Self-Ownership: A Comment (George H Smith)
    • Free Market Revisionism: A Comment (Robert L Formaini)
    • Ethnic Politics in New York
    • The Boston Anarchists and the Haymarket Incident (Wendy McElroy)
    • Is It Legal to Treat Sick Birds?
    • "Free-Market" Congressman in Action?
    • Bloated and Swollen
    • Isolationism Reconsidered (Barry D Riccio)
    • The Clark Campaign: Never Again
    • Carter’s Administration
    • Clark for President: A Campaign Critique (David F Nolan)
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • It Usually Ends with Ed Crane (Special Conflict Issue)
    • Television 1981
    • The War for the Soul of the Party
    • George Jacob Holyoake, Libertarian Agitator (Richard A Cooper)
    • Crane/Cato Once More, Part 1: An Open Letter to the Crane Machine
    • Catogate: Who’s the Mole (or Moles) at Cato?
    • Hallmarks of a Free Society
    • The Moral Foundations of Property Rights (Brian Summers)
    • Against the ERA (Wendy McElroy)
    • Contra Reason: Review of Arianna Stassinopoulos’ After Reason (Richard A Cooper)
    • For a New Liberty Back (Richard Cooper)
    • Big News! Lib Forum Reorganized!
    • LP/10: A Mixed Bag
    • The Kochtopus: Convulsions and Contractions
    • Hayek’s Denationalized Money
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Against a Government Space Program (Thomas M Coughlin)
    • Consolation for Activists
    • Are We Being Beastly to the Gipper?—Part I
    • This is the Movement You Have Chosen (The Old Curmudgeon)
    • Are We Being Beastly to the Gipper?—Part II
    • Campaign Memoirs Spring/Summer 1981 (Emil Franzi)
    • This is the Movement You Have Chosen (The Old Curmudgeon)
    • Exit Marty Anderson
    • Movement Jabs
    • To the Gold Commission
    • Roosevelt and Dissent (Justus D Doenecke)
    • This is the Movement You Have Chosen
    • Are We Being Too Beastly to the Gipper?—Part III
    • Oh, Oh, Oh, What A Lovely War!
    • The Historical Claims to the Falklands
    • Felix Morley, RIP
    • Are We Being Beastly to the Gipper?—Part IV
    • Changing Judgments and Alliances
    • More on the Falklands
    • Free Texas, RIP (Michael Grossberg)
    • Fuhrig for Senate
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Voluntaryists Organize
    • Double Victory for Aggression
    • Flat-Rate: The Latest Con
    • Houston: The Turning of the Tide
    • Are We Being Too Beastly to the Gipper?—Part V
    • Smear: The Story of Update—Part I (Derrick Welles)
    • Crane’s Grand Design for Update
    • The Post Office as Censor (Dyanne M Petersen)
    • The Assault on Abortion Freedom
    • Will the REAL Tom Palmer Please Stand Up? (Derrick Welles)
    • Don’t Cry For Iraq
    • Blockbuster at Billings
    • The Death of Reaganomics
    • Smear: The Story of Update—Part II (Derrick Welles)
    • The Massacre
    • Debate On ERA (Joan Kennedy Taylor and Wendy McElroy)
    • Smear: The Story of Update—Part III (Derrick Welles)
    • The Election
    • The LP and The Elections
    • The War in the British Movement
    • New Grass-Roots Hard-Money Group!
    • The New Libertarian Vanguard
    • Falkland Followup
    • The Economy: the Year Ahead
    • Leave the Street Vendors Be! (Jon D Wisman)
    • Movement Memories
    • For President: Gene Burns
    • The Crane Machine Revealed
    • Eubie Blake: RIP
    • The Logic of Anarchy (Carl Watner)
    • Recommended Reading
    • Margaret Mead: Justice at Last!
    • Four Ways to Insure a Very Short Phone Conversation
    • The New Menace of Gandhism
    • The Burns Campaign
    • An Open Letter to the English Movement
    • Movement Depression
    • Free Franzi
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • 1776: A Buffoonery (Emil Franzi)
    • The Pentagon’s Budget Through Soviet Eyes (Jon D Wisman)
    • Crane Machine Notes
    • frontlines, RIP
    • Leonard Read, RIP
    • The New Menace of Gandhism: A Comment (Wendy McElroy)
    • Gandhism Once More
    • The Real Conventioneers’ Guide to New City
    • FDR: The True Legacy (Jimmy Harris)
    • Ronald Reagan, Warmonger
    • Letters on Gandhi
    • High Tech "Crime": A Call for Papers
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • Cassandra Moore for Palo Alto City Council!
    • Up From Chaos: Total Victory: How Sweet It Is!
    • Keeping Low-Tech (The Old Curmudgeon)
    • New Airline Massacre: Where’s the Outrage?
    • The Bergland Campaign
    • Life In "1984"
    • Living Liberty, and All That
    • Reagan War Watch, Part I
    • Mercantilism and Public Choice (RA Cooper)
    • Bergland Campaign in High Gear
    • The Nebraska Seven (David Bergland)
    • Who Is the Real Mafia? (Emil Franzi)
    • Crisis ’83: The Council of Foreign Relations and the Libertarian Party (Howard S Katz)
    • Reagan War Watch, Part II
    • Campaign Fever ‘84
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • This is the Movement You Have Chosen (The Old Curmudgeon)
    • New York Politics
    • Still Keeping Low Tech (The Old Curmdugeon)
    • Fifteen Years Old!
    • Democrats Self-Destruct
    • Eric Mack and the Anarchist Case for War
    • New Crane Machine Floperoo!
    • Prohibition Returns!
    • Patriotic Schlock: The Endless Summer
    • Life in "1984"
    • Democrat Convention Notes
    • Arts and Movies (Mr First Nighter)
    • The Miss America Caper
    • Campaign Notes
    • The State of the Movement: The Implosion
    • Why the Apotheosis of Ronnie?
ISBN 9781933550022
eISBN 9781610165792
UPC B00AJBLGV2
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2006
Binding PB
Page Length 1242
Dimensions 8.5 x 11

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