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James J. Martin

James J. Martin (1916 –2004) was an American historian. He is best known for his work on the history of American individualist anarchism, Men Against the State, first published in 1953. Jeff Riggenbach writes about Martin in "The Story of American Revisionism."

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Keynesianism Loves the Total State

BiographiesInterventionismOther Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

09/18/2009Mises Daily Articles
There was a German language edition of his profoundly influential General Theory late in 1936, for which Keynes wrote a special foreword addressed solely to German readers.
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Revisionist Viewpoints: Essays in a Dissident Historical Tradition

Other Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

From the publisher: Several of the essays gathered together in this volume received worldwide circulation, despite having been published originally in journals of extremely limited circulation. They drew a wide variety of complimentary comments from figures of some importance...
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Men Against the State: The Expositers of Individualist Anarchism in America, 1827-1908

BiographiesPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

The names are tragically lost to history: Benjamin Tucker, Josiah Warren, Lysander Spooner, J.K. Ingalls, among many others. They were thinkers and activists, not mere protesters or political dissidents. They had a positive agenda centered on the confidence that whatever kind of world would emerge...
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