27 Jan 2020
Topic:  Henry, Patrick American revolutionary figure, famous for "Give me liberty or give me death" speech
Upd   Bibliography HENRY, Patrick (1736-1799) Bibliography
Part of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; includes information on over 20 books on Patrick Henry dated from 1839 to 2002
 
Topic:  Hutt, William Harold 20th century British-born economist
Upd   Articles A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Menger, Carl Founder of the Austrian School of economics
Upd   Articles A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Prices Convey information between buyers and sellers
Upd   Articles A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Upd   Articles A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Smith, Adam Eighteenth century Scottish economist, author of The Wealth of Nations
Upd   Articles The Ambitious, Accommodative Adam Smith
Criticises Adam Smith mostly based on his purported behavior, as evidenced in some of his personal writings and reports of some of his biographers, with minimal discussion of his economics or philosophical writings
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Writings A Critique of Monetarist and Austrian Doctrines on the Utility and Value of Money
Examines the differences and similarities between the writings of monetarists such as Irving Fisher and Austrian economists such as Ludwig von Mises on the topic of money, contrasting them with the meager explanations of John Maynard Keynes
 
Topic:  Webster, Daniel Nineteenth century American politician, noted for his oratory skills
Upd   Biography WEBSTER, Daniel - Biographical Information
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; includes portrait and bibliography
 
24 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
Upd     Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
Topic:  Cleveland, Grover Twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States
Upd   Articles Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Government The group of people that exercises authority over a country or other political subdivision
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Hummel, Jeffrey Rogers Professor of economics and history at San Jose State University
Upd   Writings Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
Topic:  Jackson, Andrew Seventh President of the United States
Upd   Articles Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Roosevelt, Franklin D. Thirty-second President of the United States
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Interviews The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  United Kingdom Island territories in western Europe, ruled since 1921 by the Monarchy of the United Kingdom
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  Van Buren, Martin Eight President of the United States
Upd   Articles Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
Topic:  Wages The price of labor, renumeration paid to employees for their work or services
Upd   Articles The Roots of the Great Depression
Topics discussed include Federal Reserve policy during 1920-1939, the British attempt to return the pound to its World War I value and U.S. interventions during the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations
 
Topic:  War Armed conflict between nations: "The Health of the State"
Upd   Articles Martin Van Buren: The Greatest American President
Discusses the Van Buren presidency and why he should be considered "the greatest president in American history"
 
23 Jan 2020
Topic:  Economics, Austrian The school of economic thought founded by Carl Menger
Upd   Articles Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
Upd   Articles Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Health Care Preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and other services related to the health of an individual
Upd   Articles Your Money or Your Life: Tackling Rising Costs in Health Care
 
Topic:  Inflation Popularly, a rise in prices of goods and services; in economics, monetary expansion
Upd   Articles Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Theroux, David J. Founder, President and CEO of The Independent Institute
Upd   Biography The Independent Institute
Upd   Writings The Tragedy of the Commons
Upd     Your Money or Your Life: Tackling Rising Costs in Health Care
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Writings Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Yeager, Leland B. American professor of economics
Upd   Articles Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
22 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Inflation Popularly, a rise in prices of goods and services; in economics, monetary expansion
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Salerno, Joseph American economist of the Austrian school, professor at Pace University
New   Writings Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
Upd   Writings Austrian "Inflation," Austrian "Money," and Federal Reserve Policy
Response to Joseph Salerno's Oct 1999 The Freeman article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
 
Topic:  Unemployment The state of not being engaged in a gainful occupation
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
Topic:  United Kingdom Island territories in western Europe, ruled since 1921 by the Monarchy of the United Kingdom
New   Articles Money and Gold in the 1920s and 1930s: An Austrian View
Criticizes Richard Timberlake's Freeman articles on U.S. monetary policy during 1920-39, contrasting the British Banking School vs. Currency School definitions of inflation
 
21 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
Upd   Articles The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938
Delves in greater detail into the reserve requirement policy of the Federal Reserve during 1935-38, discussed in the previous article "Gold Policy in the 1930s"
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
Upd   Articles The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938
Delves in greater detail into the reserve requirement policy of the Federal Reserve during 1935-38, discussed in the previous article "Gold Policy in the 1930s"
 
Topic:  Friedman, Milton 1976 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences
Upd   Articles The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938
Delves in greater detail into the reserve requirement policy of the Federal Reserve during 1935-38, discussed in the previous article "Gold Policy in the 1930s"
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
Upd   Articles The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938
Delves in greater detail into the reserve requirement policy of the Federal Reserve during 1935-38, discussed in the previous article "Gold Policy in the 1930s"
 
20 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Central Banking The practice of establishing a country's monetary policy through a government-owned or -controlled institution
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Independent Institute Aims to redefine the debate over public issues
Upd   Awards Granted The Olive W. Garvey Fellowship Competition
Biennial fellowship: 1974-2007
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Roosevelt, Franklin D. Thirty-second President of the United States
Upd   Articles Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Writings Gold Policy in the 1930s
Discusses U.S. government monetary policies during the 1930s, in particular, the Gold Reserve Act (1934) which allowed FDR to devalue the dollar, the Banking Act (1935) which reformed the FRS and the misguided policies of Treasury Secretary Morgenthau
Upd     The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938
Delves in greater detail into the reserve requirement policy of the Federal Reserve during 1935-38, discussed in the previous article "Gold Policy in the 1930s"
 
17 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Central Banking The practice of establishing a country's monetary policy through a government-owned or -controlled institution
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Friedman, Milton 1976 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Government The group of people that exercises authority over a country or other political subdivision
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Upd   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Writings Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
16 Jan 2020
Topic:  Banking The business of accepting deposits and lending money
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Central Banking The practice of establishing a country's monetary policy through a government-owned or -controlled institution
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Federal Reserve System The central bank of the United States
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
Upd     How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Friedman, Milton 1976 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Gold Standard A monetary system in which currency values are defined in terms of gold
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
Upd     How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Government The group of people that exercises authority over a country or other political subdivision
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Inflation Popularly, a rise in prices of goods and services; in economics, monetary expansion
Upd   Articles How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
Upd     How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
New   Articles Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
 
Topic:  Taxation Compulsory contributions demanded by governments from individuals and other entities
Upd   Articles How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
New   Writings Money in the 1920s and 1930s
Attempts to set the record straight on the economic and monetary events of the 1920s and early 1930s, arguing against both the Austrian view (as expressed by Murray Rothbard) and those who put the blame on stock market speculation
Upd     How Gold Was Money—How Gold Could Be Money Again
Examines U.S. monetary history, as it relates to gold, from the Constitution to the late 20th century, suggesting that rather than lobbying for a return to a gold standard, sound money advocates should insist on Treasury gold being returned to taxpayers
 
15 Jan 2020
Topic:  Libertarian Party United States
Upd   Articles Lessons learned: Libertarian reflects on his campaign and offers advice
Describes the background to Timberlake's campaign for city-county commissioner against a Democrat incumbent, his campaign activities, analysis of results and suggestions for other LP candidates and the Party itself
 
Topic:  Mises, Ludwig von Austrian school economist, author of Human Action
Upd   Articles A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz
Remarks made at the dinner in honor of Opitz' retirement from the Foundation for Economic Education, on 13 Dec 1992
 
Topic:  Opitz, Edmund A. 20th century American author, longtime contributor to the Foundation for Economic Education
Upd   Articles A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz
Remarks made at the dinner in honor of Opitz' retirement from the Foundation for Economic Education, on 13 Dec 1992
Upd   Writings Leonard E. Read: A Portrait
Memorial and biographical essay, focusing mostly on Read's life before founding FEE; written for the centennial of his birth
 
Topic:  Religion, Freedom of Liberty to practice any or no religion
Upd   Articles A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz
Remarks made at the dinner in honor of Opitz' retirement from the Foundation for Economic Education, on 13 Dec 1992
 
Topic:  Sirico, Robert Co-founder and President of the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty
Upd   Writings A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz
Remarks made at the dinner in honor of Opitz' retirement from the Foundation for Economic Education, on 13 Dec 1992
 
Topic:  Socialism Socio-economic system in which the means of production and distribution are under collective or government control
Upd   Articles A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz
Remarks made at the dinner in honor of Opitz' retirement from the Foundation for Economic Education, on 13 Dec 1992
 
Topic:  Taxation Compulsory contributions demanded by governments from individuals and other entities
Upd   Articles Lessons learned: Libertarian reflects on his campaign and offers advice
Describes the background to Timberlake's campaign for city-county commissioner against a Democrat incumbent, his campaign activities, analysis of results and suggestions for other LP candidates and the Party itself
 
Topic:  Timberlake, Richard Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia
Upd   Web Pages Advocates for Self-Government - Libertarian Education: Richard Timberlake - Libertarian
Includes photo, biographical profile and quote
Upd     Richard H. Timberlake Jr. | Cato Institute
Includes photo, profile and links to commentary and other writings
Upd   Writings Lessons learned: Libertarian reflects on his campaign and offers advice
Describes the background to Timberlake's campaign for city-county commissioner against a Democrat incumbent, his campaign activities, analysis of results and suggestions for other LP candidates and the Party itself
 
Topic:  Voting Selecting those who will govern by casting ballots
Upd   Articles Lessons learned: Libertarian reflects on his campaign and offers advice
Describes the background to Timberlake's campaign for city-county commissioner against a Democrat incumbent, his campaign activities, analysis of results and suggestions for other LP candidates and the Party itself
 
14 Jan 2020
Topic:  Böhm von Bawerk, Eugen Nineteenth century Austrian economist and minister of Finance
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Colonies, Thirteen The 13 original colonies whose representatives signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Government The group of people that exercises authority over a country or other political subdivision
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Government, Limited Restricting government to its proper functions, defined by law
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Law, Rule of Legal environment where cases are handled in a non-arbitrary manner
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Opitz, Edmund A. 20th century American author, longtime contributor to the Foundation for Economic Education
Upd   Writings Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Politics Branch of philosophy that studies the nature of social organization and the proper functions of government
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Smith, Adam Eighteenth century Scottish economist, author of The Wealth of Nations
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Society Grouping of individuals interacting with each other
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
Topic:  Speech, Freedom of Liberty to speak, write or otherwise express oneself
Upd   Articles Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand
Explains mercantilism, the rationales for political power, the proper role of government, Adam Smith's metaphor of the "invisible hand", his concept of "equality, liberty and justice" and how a free society allocates economic goods
 
13 Jan 2020
Topic:  Africa Second largest continent, population about 1.1 billion.
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  Borlaug, Norman Agricultural scientist, the "father of the Green Revolution"
New   Awards Received 1970 Nobel Peace Prize
Includes photo, biographical profile and award presentation speech by the chairwoman of the Nobel Committee
Upd   Articles Norman Earnest Borlaug - Hero of the Day
Upd   Interviews Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  Farming The business of agriculture
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  Health The general condition of the body; freedom from physical disease or pain
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  India Territory in southern Asia, ruled since 1947 by the Bhārat Gaṇarājya
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  Technology Practical application of engineering or technical processes
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
Topic:  Transportation The means and equipment used for the movement of passengers and goods
Upd   Articles Billions Served: Norman Borlaug interviewed by Ronald Bailey
Topics discussed include his current projects, Africa, roads, DDT, biotech, crossing genetic barriers in nature, biodiversity, monarch butterflies, organic produce, Lester Brown, Paul Ehrlich, India and the Green Revolution
 
12 Jan 2020
Topic:  Higgs, Robert Senior Fellow in Political Economy for The Independent Institute
Upd   Web Pages The Independent Institute
Includes photo, profile and links to selected books, articles, audio and video
 
10 Jan 2020
Topic:  Buchanan, James M. 1986 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Economic Resources Natural, human and man-made factors used in the production of goods and services
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Economics, Austrian The school of economic thought founded by Carl Menger
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Hutt, William Harold 20th century British-born economist
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
Upd     Mandela Wasn't Radical Enough
Examines conservative and progressive views about Nelson Mandela and apartheid, finds them lacking and contrasts them with the writings of W. H. Hutt
 
Topic:  Labor Human physical and mental skills available to produce goods and services
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Mises, Ludwig von Austrian school economist, author of Human Action
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Mont Pelerin Society Aims to strengthen the principles and practice of a free society
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Richman, Sheldon Executive editor of The Libertarian Institute, former editor of The Freeman and former vice president of the Future of Freedom Foundation
Upd   Writings Mandela Wasn't Radical Enough
Examines conservative and progressive views about Nelson Mandela and apartheid, finds them lacking and contrasts them with the writings of W. H. Hutt
 
Topic:  Say, Jean-Baptiste 18th-19th century French economist
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt (1899-1988): A Biographical Essay from an Austrian Perspective
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  South Africa Territory in southern Africa, ruled since 1994 by the Republic of South Africa
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt, in Memoriam
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 107 of Making Economic Sense (1995)
Upd     Mandela Wasn't Radical Enough
Examines conservative and progressive views about Nelson Mandela and apartheid, finds them lacking and contrasts them with the writings of W. H. Hutt
 
Topic:  Wages The price of labor, renumeration paid to employees for their work or services
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt, in Memoriam
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 107 of Making Economic Sense (1995)
 
9 Jan 2020
Topic:  Achievement Success or accomplishment in life's endeavors
Upd   Articles The Great Multiplier
Excerpted from chapters 2 and 3, "The Great Multiplier" and "Networks and Pitfalls"
 
Topic:  Hutt, William Harold 20th century British-born economist
Upd   Articles William Harold Hutt, in Memoriam
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 107 of Making Economic Sense (1995)
 
Topic:  Read, Leonard Founder of the Foundation for Economic Education
Upd   Articles V. Orval Watts: 1898-1993
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 109 in Making Economic Sense (1995) and as preface to the 2008 edition of Watts' Away From Freedom
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Upd   Writings V. Orval Watts: 1898-1993
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 109 in Making Economic Sense (1995) and as preface to the 2008 edition of Watts' Away From Freedom
Upd     William Harold Hutt, in Memoriam
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 107 of Making Economic Sense (1995)
 
Topic:  Watts, V. Orval 20th century Canadian-born economist
Upd   Articles V. Orval Watts: 1898-1993
Biographical and memorial essay; also published as chapter 109 in Making Economic Sense (1995) and as preface to the 2008 edition of Watts' Away From Freedom
 
Topic:  Weaver, Henry Grady Director of customer research for General Motors during the early 20th century
Upd   Writings The Great Multiplier
Excerpted from chapters 2 and 3, "The Great Multiplier" and "Networks and Pitfalls"
 
8 Jan 2020
Topic:  Achievement Success or accomplishment in life's endeavors
Upd   Articles Talking To Ourselves
Examines the question of whether it is worthwhile to distributing literature about individual freedom and free markets to those who already favor those premises; note this was the opening article of the second issue of Ideas on Liberty
 
Topic:  Belgium Territory in northwest Europe, ruled since 1830 by the Koninkrijk België/Royaume de Belgique
Upd   Articles The Railroads of France
Recounts the history of gradual nationalization of French railroads from 1876 to 1938, as well as a comparison between the Belgian state-owned railway and the then privately-owned French Northern Railway
 
Topic:  France Territory in western Europe, ruled since 1958 by the République Française
Upd   Articles The Railroads of France
Recounts the history of gradual nationalization of French railroads from 1876 to 1938, as well as a comparison between the Belgian state-owned railway and the then privately-owned French Northern Railway
 
Topic:  Liberty, Individual Enjoyment by individuals of social, political and economic rights
Upd   Articles Talking To Ourselves
Examines the question of whether it is worthwhile to distributing literature about individual freedom and free markets to those who already favor those premises; note this was the opening article of the second issue of Ideas on Liberty
 
Topic:  Rothbard, Murray Austrian School economist, author of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Upd   Writings The Railroads of France
Recounts the history of gradual nationalization of French railroads from 1876 to 1938, as well as a comparison between the Belgian state-owned railway and the then privately-owned French Northern Railway
 
Topic:  Socialism Socio-economic system in which the means of production and distribution are under collective or government control
Upd   Articles Talking To Ourselves
Examines the question of whether it is worthwhile to distributing literature about individual freedom and free markets to those who already favor those premises; note this was the opening article of the second issue of Ideas on Liberty
 
Topic:  Transportation The means and equipment used for the movement of passengers and goods
Upd   Articles The Railroads of France
Recounts the history of gradual nationalization of French railroads from 1876 to 1938, as well as a comparison between the Belgian state-owned railway and the then privately-owned French Northern Railway
 
Topic:  Weaver, Henry Grady Director of customer research for General Motors during the early 20th century
Upd   Writings Talking To Ourselves
Examines the question of whether it is worthwhile to distributing literature about individual freedom and free markets to those who already favor those premises; note this was the opening article of the second issue of Ideas on Liberty
Upd   Books Authored The Mainspring of Human Progress
Partial contents: Puzzling Questions - The Great Multiplier - The Pagan View - Socialism and (or) Communism - The Living Authorities - Roots of Revolution - The New Model - Unplanned Planning - Hope versus Fear - Moral versus Material - Freedom versus War
 
7 Jan 2020
Topic:  Business Commercial activities that provide goods and services
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
Topic:  Entrepreneurship Managerial skills and willingness to take risks in the production of goods and services
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
Topic:  Films Moving pictures representing fictional or real-life events
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
Topic:  Television Shows A television program usually broadcast on a regular weekly schedule
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
Topic:  Weaver, Henry Grady Director of customer research for General Motors during the early 20th century
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
Topic:  World War II Worldwide conflict from 1939 to 1945
Upd   Articles Henry Grady Weaver's Classic Vision of Freedom
Expanded version of Hood's introduction to the 1997 edition of Weaver's The Mainspring of Human Progress; discusses the changing attitudes towards business during the second half of the 20th century
 
6 Jan 2020
Topic:  Economics, Austrian The school of economic thought founded by Carl Menger
Upd   Articles The Mainspring of Human Progress by Henry Grady Weaver
Review of the 1997 edition of Weaver's classic, published by the Foundation for Economic Education, with a preface by FEE founder Leonard Read and a new introduction by John Hood (author of The Heroic Enterprise)
 
Topic:  Personal Responsibility Accepting the consequences of one's actions
Upd   Articles The Mainspring of Human Progress by Henry Grady Weaver
Review of the 1997 edition of Weaver's classic, published by the Foundation for Economic Education, with a preface by FEE founder Leonard Read and a new introduction by John Hood (author of The Heroic Enterprise)
 
Topic:  Tucker, Benjamin American individualist anarchist, publisher of the 19th century Liberty periodical
Upd   Writings The Life of Benjamin R. Tucker: Disclosed by Himself In the Principality of Monaco At the age of 74
Transcribed by Wendy McElroy from Tucker's manuscript; covers mostly the period from his birth to his late teens
 
Topic:  Warren, Josiah Nineteenth century American anarchist, founder of the Modern Times colony (now Brentwood, New York)
Upd   Articles The Life of Benjamin R. Tucker: Disclosed by Himself In the Principality of Monaco At the age of 74
Transcribed by Wendy McElroy from Tucker's manuscript; covers mostly the period from his birth to his late teens
 
Topic:  Weaver, Henry Grady Director of customer research for General Motors during the early 20th century
Upd   Articles The Mainspring of Human Progress by Henry Grady Weaver
Review of the 1997 edition of Weaver's classic, published by the Foundation for Economic Education, with a preface by FEE founder Leonard Read and a new introduction by John Hood (author of The Heroic Enterprise)
 
3 Jan 2020
Topic:  Hancock, John Signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, president of the Second Continental Congress
Upd   Web Pages Signers of the Declaration of Independence: John Hancock
Includes portrait, biographical details and essay
Upd   Articles Benjamin Franklin: The Man Who Invented the American Dream
Upd     How Much Do You Know About Liberty? (a quiz)
A 20-question quiz (with answers) on various topics related to liberty in the history of the United States
Upd     John Hancock - Hero of the Day
 
2 Jan 2020
Topic:  Adams, Samuel American revolutionary leader, organizer of the Boston Tea Party
Upd   Writings The Rights of the Colonists: The Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston Town Meeting
First of three reports of the Massachusetts Comittee of Correspondence, authored by Adams, presented to a town meeting by James Otis and later republished by Benjamin Franklin
 
Topic:  Locke, John 17th century English philosopher
Upd   Articles The Rights of the Colonists: The Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston Town Meeting
First of three reports of the Massachusetts Comittee of Correspondence, authored by Adams, presented to a town meeting by James Otis and later republished by Benjamin Franklin
 
Topic:  Magna Carta Charter signed in 1215 by King John of England guaranteeing certain basic rights
Upd   Articles The Rights of the Colonists: The Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston Town Meeting
First of three reports of the Massachusetts Comittee of Correspondence, authored by Adams, presented to a town meeting by James Otis and later republished by Benjamin Franklin
 
Topic:  Religion, Freedom of Liberty to practice any or no religion
Upd   Articles The Rights of the Colonists: The Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston Town Meeting
First of three reports of the Massachusetts Comittee of Correspondence, authored by Adams, presented to a town meeting by James Otis and later republished by Benjamin Franklin
 
Topic:  Rights Powers and privileges one may properly claim as due
Upd   Articles The Rights of the Colonists: The Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston Town Meeting
First of three reports of the Massachusetts Comittee of Correspondence, authored by Adams, presented to a town meeting by James Otis and later republished by Benjamin Franklin
 
Topic:  Students for Liberty Worldwide network of pro-liberty students and student organizations
Upd   Home Page A Free Academy, A Free Society
Sections include: blog, FAQ, event, activism programs, Liberty 101 (online course), webinar archive, virtual reading groups and literature
 
31 Dec 2019
Topic:  Adams, Charles Attorney, tax historian and author
Upd   Writings The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Adams, Samuel American revolutionary leader, organizer of the Boston Tea Party
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  American Revolutionary War The war for American independence from Great Britain
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Canada Territory in northern North America, ruled since 1982 by the Monarchy of Canada
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Colonies, Thirteen The 13 original colonies whose representatives signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Franklin, Benjamin 18th century American printer, inventor and statesman
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Jefferson, Thomas Author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Private Property Ownership of assets by individuals or non-governmental legal entities
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Searches and Seizures, Right Against Unreasonable Protection from unwarranted searches and takings
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Taxation Compulsory contributions demanded by governments from individuals and other entities
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  Voting Selecting those who will govern by casting ballots
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
Topic:  War Armed conflict between nations: "The Health of the State"
Upd   Articles The Rocky Road of American Taxation
Adapted from the author's For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization; examines tax resistance in colonial America up to the Jefferson presidency
 
30 Dec 2019
Topic:  Adams, Samuel American revolutionary leader, organizer of the Boston Tea Party
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
Upd     Samuel Adams - Hero of the Day
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Jackson, Andrew Seventh President of the United States
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Marriage Formalized consensual and contractual relationships between individuals
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  McElroy, Wendy Author, individualist feminist
Upd   Writings The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Monopoly Exclusive control by someone or some group of the means of producing or selling a good or service
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Press, Freedom of the Liberty to publish facts and opinion
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Repression, Moral Legislation and government actions that attempt to dictate "moral and proper" behavior
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Searches and Seizures, Right Against Unreasonable Protection from unwarranted searches and takings
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Speech, Freedom of Liberty to speak, write or otherwise express oneself
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Spooner, Lysander Lawyer, abolitionist, entrepreneur, legal theorist and political radical
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Tucker, Benjamin American individualist anarchist, publisher of the 19th century Liberty periodical
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present
 
Topic:  Washington, George First President of the United States
Upd   Articles The Post Office as a Violation of Constitutional Rights
Prompted by the announcement of the U.S. Postal Service eBillPay service (now discontinued), surveys the history of mail service vis-à-vis civil rights, from colonial days to the present