Stine, The Third Industrial Revolution

by Jerry Pournelle on Aug 1, 1976

“If we do break free of Earth and take our rightful places as inhabitants of the Solar System, G. Harry Stine will deserve a place in that achievement’s history.”


Introduction to Imaginative Literature, Part V

by Jeff Riggenbach on Aug 1, 1976

There are, of course, many other noteworthy works of English literary art that have been stigmatized by the label children’s literature.”


Klasman, Living with Equals

by Susan Love Brown on Aug 1, 1976

“The achievement of human liberty rests more on human emotions than many libertarians like to admit.”


Rogge, Adam Smith: 1776-1976

by Benjamin Rogge on Dec 1, 1976

“The man of system…is often so enamoured with the supposed beauty of his own ideal plan of government, that he cannot suffer the smallest deviation from…it.”


Prohibiting Rattlesnakes and Strychinine

by Gary A. Hughes on Feb 1, 1977

“The state has now [possesses] the power to completely prohibit the use of certain practices in religious worship services…”


Johnny, Svjek, and Paul

by Tom G. Palmer on Apr 1, 1977

Tom Palmer reviews three authors’ perspectives on war.


Decontrolling Money

by Richard Ebeling on Apr 1, 1977

“It is certainly heartening that professor Hayek has become more Libertarian[, though] unfortunate that he seems somewhat less “Austrian.”


Tom Paine and the American Revolution

by Leonard P. Liggio on Jul 1, 1977

“Paine spoke for the governed against the government and for the living rather than the dead. At best he saw government as only a small part of society.”


Reason Watch

by Murray Rothbard on Aug 1, 1977

“Isolationism is not a principle for free-market defense agencies because there would be no nation-State[s or]  foreign policy for anyone to worry about.”


Our Greatest Presidents?

by Ralph Raico on Aug 1, 1977

“Commager’s out-of-date nonsense, masquerading as historical wisdom, is what they are going to teach little children in the government’s schools.”


Editorial: David Ricardo

by Leonard P. Liggio on Sep 1, 1979

“Today, a half century of disquieting experience with the volatile monetary system has reawakened interest in the economic principles Ricardo espoused.”


Property Rights and Natural Resource Management

by Richard Stroup and John Baden on Dec 1, 1979

“Privately held rights, far from being the root of ecological problems and natural resource misuse, may be a key element in their solution.”