Feb 1, 2012
Literature of Liberty
Today we added another title to our magazines section here at Libertarianism.org.
Literature of Liberty was published from 1978 through 1982, first by the Cato Institute and then by the Institute for Humane Studies. Each issue begins with a long essay exploring and analyzing the literature and thought in a particular field, such as Eric Foner discussing “Radical Individualism in America: Revolution to Civil War” or John Hospers writing about “The Literature of Ethics in the Twentieth Century.” The second half of each Literature of Liberty contains a wealth of summaries of academic articles and books of interest to libertarians.
Literature of Liberty was edited by Leonard P. Liggio.