21 Feb 2019
Topic:  Böhm von Bawerk, Eugen Nineteenth century Austrian economist and minister of Finance
Upd   Articles Biography of Ludwig Lachmann (1906-1990): Life and Work
Biographical and bibliographical essay, examining in particular his approach as a teacher and his contributions to the theory of capital and subjectivism
 
Topic:  Casey, Doug Investment writer, author of Crisis Investing
Upd   Biography Doug Casey | Casey Research
 
Topic:  Government The organization that exercises authority over a given political unit
Upd   Articles Try This On Your Friends
Poses a riddle about the extent to which government is needed
 
Topic:  Harper, F. A. Economics professor, founder of the Institute for Humane Studies
Upd   Writings Try This On Your Friends
Poses a riddle about the extent to which government is needed
 
Topic:  Hayek, Friedrich 1974 Nobel Prize winner in Economics Sciences
Upd   Articles Biography of Ludwig Lachmann (1906-1990): Life and Work
Biographical and bibliographical essay, examining in particular his approach as a teacher and his contributions to the theory of capital and subjectivism
 
Topic:  Lachmann, Ludwig 20th century German-born economist of the Austrian School
Upd   Articles Biography of Ludwig Lachmann (1906-1990): Life and Work
Biographical and bibliographical essay, examining in particular his approach as a teacher and his contributions to the theory of capital and subjectivism
 
Topic:  Society Grouping of individuals interacting with each other
Upd   Articles Try This On Your Friends
Poses a riddle about the extent to which government is needed
 
20 Feb 2019
Topic:  Chamberlin, William Henry 20th century American journalist
Upd   Writings How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
Topic:  Germany Territory in north central Europe, ruled since 1990 by the Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Upd   Articles How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
Topic:  Japan Archipelago off the northeast coast of Asia, ruled since 1947 by the Nippon-koku
Upd   Articles How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
Topic:  Roosevelt, Franklin D. Thirty-second President of the United States
Upd   Articles How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
Topic:  United Kingdom Island territories in western Europe, ruled since 1921 by the Monarchy of the United Kingdom
Upd   Articles How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
Topic:  World War II Worldwide conflict from 1939 to 1945
Upd   Articles How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War
Excerpted from chapter 8, "The Bankruptcy of a Policy", of the Harry Elmer Barnes anthology; describes several actions by Roosevelt and his administration which contradicted his campaign pledges "to keep our country out of war"
 
19 Feb 2019
Topic:  Economics, Austrian The school of economic thought founded by Carl Menger
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Entrepreneurship Managerial skills and willingness to take risks in the production of goods and services
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Fetter, Frank 20th century American professor of economics
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  George, Henry Nineteenth century American self-taught economist, author of Progress and Poverty
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Money The most commonly used medium of exchange
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Ricardo, David 18th/19th century British economist
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
Topic:  Smith, Adam Eighteenth century Scottish economist, author of The Wealth of Nations
Upd   Articles Frank A. Fetter (1863-1949): A Forgotten Giant
Biographical and bibliographical essay
 
18 Feb 2019
Topic:  Armies, Standing Maintaining permanent armies of paid or conscripted soldiers
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  Arms, Right to Keep and Bear Right of individuals to own firearms
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
Upd     On Conscription
Condensed from speech before the U.S. House of Representatives, given in opposition to bill proposing conscription during the War of 1812, reprinted in Left and Right in 1965, during the Vietnam War
 
Topic:  Government The organization that exercises authority over a given political unit
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
Upd     On Conscription
Condensed from speech before the U.S. House of Representatives, given in opposition to bill proposing conscription during the War of 1812, reprinted in Left and Right in 1965, during the Vietnam War
 
Topic:  Henry, Patrick American revolutionary figure, famous for "Give me liberty or give me death" speech
Upd   Writings Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  Imperialism Domination or control, by one country, of one or more other countries or territories
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  Liberty The right and ability to act and express oneself in a freely chosen manner
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  Militarism A political system influenced greatly by a large, permanent military force
Upd   Articles On Conscription
Condensed from speech before the U.S. House of Representatives, given in opposition to bill proposing conscription during the War of 1812, reprinted in Left and Right in 1965, during the Vietnam War
 
Topic:  Rights Powers and privileges one may properly claim as due
Upd   Articles Liberty or Empire?
Excerpt of speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention; criticizes several clauses of the proposed Constitution and warns about the possibility of a U.S. President becoming even worse than a king
 
Topic:  War Armed conflict between nations: "The Health of the State"
Upd   Articles On Conscription
Condensed from speech before the U.S. House of Representatives, given in opposition to bill proposing conscription during the War of 1812, reprinted in Left and Right in 1965, during the Vietnam War
 
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
Upd   Web Pages Daniel Webster - Online Library of Liberty
Includes portrait, short biography and links to various of Webster's works and to a selected quotation
Upd   Bibliography WEBSTER, Daniel (1782-1852) Bibliography
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; over 80 books, articles and other material about Webster dating from the 1850s to the present
Upd   Writings On Conscription
Condensed from speech before the U.S. House of Representatives, given in opposition to bill proposing conscription during the War of 1812, reprinted in Left and Right in 1965, during the Vietnam War
 
15 Feb 2019
Topic:  Economics Study of the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services
Upd   Books Elements of Political Economy
Partial contents: The Subject—Its Limits—And Division - Production - Distribution - Rent - Wages - Profits - Interchange - Bounties and Prohibitions - Colonies - Consumption - Of productive and unproductive consumption - A Tax on Profits - A Tax on Wages
 
Topic:  Government The organization that exercises authority over a given political unit
Upd   Articles On the Overproduction and Underconsumption Fallacies
Excerpts from chapters VI "Consumption" and VII "Of the National Debt", edited and with introduction by Reisman (in Sep 2006)
 
Topic:  Mill, James 18th/19th century Scottish economist
Upd   Writings On the Overproduction and Underconsumption Fallacies
Excerpts from chapters VI "Consumption" and VII "Of the National Debt", edited and with introduction by Reisman (in Sep 2006)
Upd   Books Authored Elements of Political Economy
Partial contents: The Subject—Its Limits—And Division - Production - Distribution - Rent - Wages - Profits - Interchange - Bounties and Prohibitions - Colonies - Consumption - Of productive and unproductive consumption - A Tax on Profits - A Tax on Wages
 
Topic:  Reisman, George Professor of economics, author of Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics
Upd   Writings On the Overproduction and Underconsumption Fallacies
Excerpts from chapters VI "Consumption" and VII "Of the National Debt", edited and with introduction by Reisman (in Sep 2006)
 
14 Feb 2019
Topic:  Mill, James 18th/19th century Scottish economist
Upd   Web Pages James Mill
"The History of Economic Thought" website; includes portrait, biography, list of major works and resources on Mill
Upd   Writings Government
Discusses the purpose of government, the means for attaining that end and various related questions and objections; rationalises that representative democracy, as exhibited in early 19th century Britain, is most conducive to "good Government"
Upd     Liberty of the Press
 
Topic:  Press, Freedom of the Liberty to publish facts and opinion
Upd   Articles Liberty of the Press
 
13 Feb 2019
Topic:  Atheism The philosophical position that belief in gods and other deities is invalid
Upd   Articles Is There a God?
A series of 11 letters from Steve Chapman to Andrew Sullivan and vice versa, from 24 Sep to 7 Dec 1996
 
Topic:  Chapman, Steve Editorial writer for the Chicago Tribune and nationally syndicated columnist
Upd   Writings Is There a God?
A series of 11 letters from Steve Chapman to Andrew Sullivan and vice versa, from 24 Sep to 7 Dec 1996
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles WILLIAM MARBURY v. JAMES MADISON, Secretary of State of the United States
The decision, delivered by then Chief Justice Marshal, where he argued that the U.S. Supreme Court had the privilege of reviewing legislation and declaring it void, if deemed to be contrary to the Constitution
 
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Writings WILLIAM MARBURY v. JAMES MADISON, Secretary of State of the United States
The decision, delivered by then Chief Justice Marshal, where he argued that the U.S. Supreme Court had the privilege of reviewing legislation and declaring it void, if deemed to be contrary to the Constitution
 
12 Feb 2019
Topic:  DiLorenzo, Thomas Professor of economics and author
Upd   Writings States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
Topic:  Jackson, Andrew Seventh President of the United States
Upd   Articles States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Articles States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
Topic:  Ohio The Buckeye State
Upd   Articles States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
Topic:  United States Territory in central and northwest North America, ruled since 1788 by the United States of America
Upd   Articles States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
Topic:  Wilson, Woodrow Twenty-eighth President of the United States
Upd   Articles States' Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly
Recounts the story of how various states and Andrew Jackson maneuvered against the second Bank of the United States (BUS) eventually causing it not to be re-chartered
 
11 Feb 2019
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles What This Country Needs Is A Good, Old-Fashioned Constitutional Crisis
Discusses the attempts by Al Gore to annul Florida's Electoral College votes in the 2000 U.S. presidential election and the benefits of the resulting crisis if the Florida legislature were to act to name the electors (as provided for in the Constitution)
 
Topic:  Florida The Sunshine State
Upd   Articles What This Country Needs Is A Good, Old-Fashioned Constitutional Crisis
Discusses the attempts by Al Gore to annul Florida's Electoral College votes in the 2000 U.S. presidential election and the benefits of the resulting crisis if the Florida legislature were to act to name the electors (as provided for in the Constitution)
 
Topic:  Jefferson, Thomas Author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States
Upd   Books Mr. Jefferson
Table of contents: Youth - Beginnings - 1784-1789 - 1784-1789 (continued) - Washington, Hamilton, Adams - Eight Years of "Splendid Misery" - Recommencements - Advesperascit
 
Topic:  Madison, James Author of Federalist essays, fourth President of the United States
Upd   Articles What This Country Needs Is A Good, Old-Fashioned Constitutional Crisis
Discusses the attempts by Al Gore to annul Florida's Electoral College votes in the 2000 U.S. presidential election and the benefits of the resulting crisis if the Florida legislature were to act to name the electors (as provided for in the Constitution)
 
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Articles What This Country Needs Is A Good, Old-Fashioned Constitutional Crisis
Discusses the attempts by Al Gore to annul Florida's Electoral College votes in the 2000 U.S. presidential election and the benefits of the resulting crisis if the Florida legislature were to act to name the electors (as provided for in the Constitution)
 
Topic:  Nock, Albert Jay Author of Our Enemy, The State, founder of The Freeman (1920-24)
Upd   Books Authored Mr. Jefferson
Table of contents: Youth - Beginnings - 1784-1789 - 1784-1789 (continued) - Washington, Hamilton, Adams - Eight Years of "Splendid Misery" - Recommencements - Advesperascit
 
8 Feb 2019
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles Getting Inside the Cult
Argues that the decisions by the Florida and U.S. Supreme Courts in attempting to resolve the 2000 presidential election "cracked" the "cult of judicial supremacy" as judges began "to show their true colors" instead of "their supposed judicial restraint"
 
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Articles Getting Inside the Cult
Argues that the decisions by the Florida and U.S. Supreme Courts in attempting to resolve the 2000 presidential election "cracked" the "cult of judicial supremacy" as judges began "to show their true colors" instead of "their supposed judicial restraint"
 
7 Feb 2019
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Web Sites John Marshall House - Preservation Virginia
Website for the house of John Marshall in Richmond, Virginia; managed since 1911 by Preservation Virginia and open to the public
 
6 Feb 2019
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles John Marshall
Library of Virginia, from John Marshal exhibit 8 Jan-31 Mar 2001; includes biographical highlights and pictures of Marshall and other related individuals
 
Topic:  Marshall, John Fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court
Upd   Biography John Marshall (1755 - 1835) < Biographies < American History From Revolution to Reconstruction and beyond
Upd   Web Pages John Marshall
Library of Virginia, from John Marshal exhibit 8 Jan-31 Mar 2001; includes biographical highlights and pictures of Marshall and other related individuals
 
5 Feb 2019
Topic:  Europe By convention, a continent comprising the westernmost area of Eurasia
Upd   Articles The Politics of Johann Wolfgang Goethe
Revised version of Prof. Hoppe's Oct 1999 The Free Market; nominates Goethe as the "European of the (second) millennium" article
 
Topic:  Germany Territory in north central Europe, ruled since 1990 by the Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Upd   Articles The Fallacy of the Concept of "National Character"
Section 2 of chapter 10, "Nazism as a World Problem"; explains why it is incorrect to generalize from some supposedly representative persons of a given nation to a national "character"
 
Topic:  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Late 18th and early 19th German writer and scientist, author of Faust
Upd   Articles The Politics of Johann Wolfgang Goethe
Revised version of Prof. Hoppe's Oct 1999 The Free Market; nominates Goethe as the "European of the (second) millennium" article
Upd     The Fallacy of the Concept of "National Character"
Section 2 of chapter 10, "Nazism as a World Problem"; explains why it is incorrect to generalize from some supposedly representative persons of a given nation to a national "character"
 
Topic:  Mises, Ludwig von Austrian school economist, author of Human Action
Upd   Writings The Fallacy of the Concept of "National Character"
Section 2 of chapter 10, "Nazism as a World Problem"; explains why it is incorrect to generalize from some supposedly representative persons of a given nation to a national "character"
 
Topic:  Self-Esteem Confidence and respect in oneself
Upd   Articles The Fallacy of the Concept of "National Character"
Section 2 of chapter 10, "Nazism as a World Problem"; explains why it is incorrect to generalize from some supposedly representative persons of a given nation to a national "character"
 
4 Feb 2019
Topic:  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Late 18th and early 19th German writer and scientist, author of Faust
Upd   Articles Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Hero of the Day
Excerpt from article on Goethe in Encyclopedia Britannica, 8th edition (1852-1860)
 
1 Feb 2019
Topic:  Democracy Form of government where the power is exercised directly or indirectly by a majority of the citizens
Upd   Articles Goethe on National Greatness
Discusses Goethe's thoughts on political centralization, as told to Johann Peter Eckermann, contrasting the German Confederation (Bund) to centralized France
 
Topic:  France Territory in western Europe, ruled since 1958 by the République Française
Upd   Articles Goethe on National Greatness
Discusses Goethe's thoughts on political centralization, as told to Johann Peter Eckermann, contrasting the German Confederation (Bund) to centralized France
 
Topic:  Germany Territory in north central Europe, ruled since 1990 by the Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Upd   Articles Goethe on National Greatness
Discusses Goethe's thoughts on political centralization, as told to Johann Peter Eckermann, contrasting the German Confederation (Bund) to centralized France
 
Topic:  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Late 18th and early 19th German writer and scientist, author of Faust
Upd   Articles Goethe on National Greatness
Discusses Goethe's thoughts on political centralization, as told to Johann Peter Eckermann, contrasting the German Confederation (Bund) to centralized France
 
Topic:  Henry, Patrick American revolutionary figure, famous for "Give me liberty or give me death" speech
Upd   Biography Patrick Henry
Includes audio clip of reading of "Give me liberty" speech
 
31 Jan 2019
Topic:  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Late 18th and early 19th German writer and scientist, author of Faust
Upd   Web Pages Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Lengthy biographical article by emeritus professor of Germanics and Comparative Literature, includes bibliography and multiple pictures of Goethe and related persons
 
30 Jan 2019
Topic:  American War Between the States Conflict between the U.S. northern and southern states, which seceded to form the Confederacy
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 5: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Ironically argues that separate confederacies, specifically Northern and Southern, may result in conflict between them since one could be at war with a foreign nation with which the other wants to be at peace
 
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 64: The Powers of the Senate
Discusses the appropriateness of the Constitutional clause (Article II, Section 2) conferring power on the President to make treaties "with the advice and consent" of two thirds of the Senators
 
Topic:  Jay, John First Chief Justice of the United States, co-author of the Federalist Papers
Upd   Writings Federalist No. 5: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Ironically argues that separate confederacies, specifically Northern and Southern, may result in conflict between them since one could be at war with a foreign nation with which the other wants to be at peace
Upd     Federalist No. 64: The Powers of the Senate
Discusses the appropriateness of the Constitutional clause (Article II, Section 2) conferring power on the President to make treaties "with the advice and consent" of two thirds of the Senators
 
Topic:  United Kingdom Island territories in western Europe, ruled since 1921 by the Monarchy of the United Kingdom
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 5: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Ironically argues that separate confederacies, specifically Northern and Southern, may result in conflict between them since one could be at war with a foreign nation with which the other wants to be at peace
 
29 Jan 2019
Topic:  Government The organization that exercises authority over a given political unit
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 2: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Drawing a parallel with the wisdom of the Congress of 1774, that led to the Independence Declaration, recommends approval of a Union under a single national government rather than being "split into a number of unsocial, jealous, and alien sovereignties"
 
Topic:  Jay, John First Chief Justice of the United States, co-author of the Federalist Papers
Upd   Writings Federalist No. 2: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Drawing a parallel with the wisdom of the Congress of 1774, that led to the Independence Declaration, recommends approval of a Union under a single national government rather than being "split into a number of unsocial, jealous, and alien sovereignties"
Upd     Federalist No. 3: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Argues for the Constitution and a single national government, since it would be more efficient, its decisions would be "more wise, systematical, and judicious", have "wisdom and prudence" and attain peace "more perfectly and punctually"
Upd     Federalist No. 4: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Considers the potential of invasion on Great Britain's constituent countries (if they had separate armies and fleets) and the United States if divided into 13 states or three or four confederacies, arguing for the advantages of centralization
 
Topic:  United Kingdom Island territories in western Europe, ruled since 1921 by the Monarchy of the United Kingdom
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 4: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Considers the potential of invasion on Great Britain's constituent countries (if they had separate armies and fleets) and the United States if divided into 13 states or three or four confederacies, arguing for the advantages of centralization
 
Topic:  United States Territory in central and northwest North America, ruled since 1788 by the United States of America
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 2: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Drawing a parallel with the wisdom of the Congress of 1774, that led to the Independence Declaration, recommends approval of a Union under a single national government rather than being "split into a number of unsocial, jealous, and alien sovereignties"
 
Topic:  War Armed conflict between nations: "The Health of the State"
Upd   Articles Federalist No. 3: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Argues for the Constitution and a single national government, since it would be more efficient, its decisions would be "more wise, systematical, and judicious", have "wisdom and prudence" and attain peace "more perfectly and punctually"
Upd     Federalist No. 4: The Same Subject Continued: Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
Considers the potential of invasion on Great Britain's constituent countries (if they had separate armies and fleets) and the United States if divided into 13 states or three or four confederacies, arguing for the advantages of centralization
 
28 Jan 2019
Topic:  American War Between the States Conflict between the U.S. northern and southern states, which seceded to form the Confederacy
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Block, Walter Professor of economics, Loyola University and Senior Fellow, Ludwig von Mises Institute
Upd   Images Walter Block | College of Business | Loyola University New Orleans
 
Topic:  Greece Territory in southeast Europe, ruled since 1975 by the Elliniki Dhimokratia
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Henry, Patrick American revolutionary figure, famous for "Give me liberty or give me death" speech
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Imperialism Domination or control, by one country, of one or more other countries or territories
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Massachusetts The Bay State - ratified Constitution 6 Feb 1788
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  War Armed conflict between nations: "The Health of the State"
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
25 Jan 2019
Topic:  Armies, Standing Maintaining permanent armies of paid or conscripted soldiers
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Foreign Entanglements Unnecessary involvement with other nations
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Jefferson, Thomas Author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States
Upd   Articles John Adams
Biographical sketch; includes picture of Adams (painting by Gilbert Stuart), photograph of houses where he was born; facsimile of a letter with his signature, and a section on his wife Abigail
 
Topic:  Mason, George Author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Speech, Freedom of Liberty to speak, write or otherwise express oneself
Upd   Articles John Adams
Biographical sketch; includes picture of Adams (painting by Gilbert Stuart), photograph of houses where he was born; facsimile of a letter with his signature, and a section on his wife Abigail
 
24 Jan 2019
Topic:  Franklin, Benjamin 18th century American printer, inventor and statesman
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Jay, John First Chief Justice of the United States, co-author of the Federalist Papers
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Madison, James Author of Federalist essays, fourth President of the United States
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  Taxation Compulsory contributions demanded by governments from individuals and other entities
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
Topic:  United States Territory in central and northwest North America, ruled since 1788 by the United States of America
Upd   Articles Empire or Liberty: The Antifederalists and Foreign Policy, 1787-1788
Describes the arguments regarding foreign policy made during the period of ratification of the United States Constitution by the Federalists and the counterarguments, "largely ignored" by historians, from the Antifederalists
 
23 Jan 2019
Topic:  Constitution, United States The supreme law of the United States of America
Upd   Articles Founder of the Month - John Jay by Martin Devine and Monty Rainey
Includes picture, biographical essay, bibliography, two Jay quotes and links to the Federalist Papers authored by Jay
 
Topic:  Declaration of Independence, United States The document that formed the United States of America
Upd   Articles John Adams
Biographical sketch; includes picture of Adams (painting by Gilbert Stuart), photograph of houses where he was born; facsimile of a letter with his signature, and a section on his wife Abigail
 
Topic:  Jay, John First Chief Justice of the United States, co-author of the Federalist Papers
Upd   Biography The Supreme Court Historical Society - Timeline of the Court - Chief Justice John Jay
Brief biographical sketch and picture
Upd   Web Pages The Papers of John Jay
Includes biographical essay and more detailed background essays on the Constitution, New York, the Jay Treaty, France, slavery, bibliography and the project itself
Upd     Founder of the Month - John Jay by Martin Devine and Monty Rainey
Includes picture, biographical essay, bibliography, two Jay quotes and links to the Federalist Papers authored by Jay
Upd   Bibliography Select Bibliography
Part of the "The Papers of John Jay"; includes books, encyclopedia entries, articles and other material; updated April 2018
Upd   Articles John Adams
Biographical sketch; includes picture of Adams (painting by Gilbert Stuart), photograph of houses where he was born; facsimile of a letter with his signature, and a section on his wife Abigail
 
Topic:  New York The Empire State - ratified Constitution 26 Jul 1788
Upd   Articles Founder of the Month - John Jay by Martin Devine and Monty Rainey
Includes picture, biographical essay, bibliography, two Jay quotes and links to the Federalist Papers authored by Jay
 
Topic:  Washington, George First President of the United States
Upd   Articles John Adams
Biographical sketch; includes picture of Adams (painting by Gilbert Stuart), photograph of houses where he was born; facsimile of a letter with his signature, and a section on his wife Abigail