Journal of Libertarian Studies


The Journal of Libertarian Studies

The Journal of Libertarian Studies has been founded not simply to provide an outlet for scholarship and research that may be unpopular in a particular discipline. It is the belief that there is a new and growing interdisciplinary discipline—libertarianism—enriched by contributions in each of the particular and seemingly isolated fields that study human action which provides the motive for this Journal. Philosophy, political science, economics, history, law, sociology, geography, anthropology, education, and biology will be carried in this Journal.

Volume 1, No. 1 (1977)


Rothbard, Murray N. "Editorial." Journal of Libertarian Studies 1, No.1 (1977): 1.

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