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You Can’t Do That!: Eternal Vigilance

by George Seldes in 1938

“Those who realize that human life loses all value when liberty is denied the individual must…work and fight to preserve the old and gain even greater freedom.”

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You Can’t Do That!: The 100% American Legion

by George Seldes in 1938

Seldes finds that the “program of 100 per cent Americanism is about 100 per cent false in the light of the views and actions of the rebel founders of our country.”

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Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution

by James Martin on Feb 1, 1976

After a good deal nit-picking: “If this were a tweedy, pipe-sucking review, one could go on in this vein for some time.”

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The Free Man’s Almanac

by Robert LeFevre on Feb 1, 1976

The Free Man’s Almanac, compiled by Leonard Read, is one of the best and most useful for libertarians that I have run across.”

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What is Value?

by George H. Smith on Feb 1, 1976

“The idea of value has different meanings as used in different intellectual disciplines, [and] a common meaning…does not exist.”

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Liberal Parents, Radical Children

by Samuel Blumenfeld on Feb 1, 1976

“There is no doubt that these liberal parents are to a great extent responsible for having created their radical children.”

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Competition and Individual Knowledge

by F. A. Hayek on Dec 1, 1978

“The market produces a spontaneous order in which the different, shifting ends of individuals are satisfied.”

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Slavery

by Various Authors on Dec 2, 1978

Literature of Liberty reviews a slew of major historians’ recent studies of a subject far too often neglected in libertarian circles.

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Freedom, Existentialism, and Innocent Victims

by Thomas C. Anderson on Dec 1, 1978

“Anderson argues that Sartrean ethics formulates a meaningful ethical position for those who proclaim the death of God and of all objective values.”

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Religious Freedom

by Louis McRedmond on Dec 1, 1978

“The American experience made no impact on the leaders of the Church.”

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Experiencing Freedom

by Malcolm Wescott on Dec 1, 1978

A speech on psychology and liberty-as-lived-experience.