Various Authors Articles See More Various Authors Jan 1st, 1649 The True Levellers’ Standard Advanced, Part Two During the English Civil Wars, it seemed to many that the Earth’s “Great Ones” were busily destroying themselves–so the Diggers seized their moment. Various Authors Jan 1st, 1649 The True Levellers’ Standard Advanced, Part One When the Diggers occupied St. George’s Hill, they stood on generations of leveller history protesting aristocratic enclosures of common lands. Various Authors Sep 13th, 1787 Anarchiad, a New England Poem: Part 5 Federalists didn’t respect Democrats; Democrats hated Federalists. Libertarians know neither can be trusted with power. Various Authors May 24th, 1787 Anarchiad, a New England Poem: Part 4 Our series climaxes with Hesper’s victory over the Anarch, published just as the Philadelphia Convention began. Various Authors Mar 15th, 1787 Anarchiad, a New England Poem: Part 3 The Wits foretell the end of Shays‐ism as they look forward to the impending Constitutional Convention. Various Authors Jan 11th, 1787 Anarchiad, a New England Poem: Part 2 Old Anarch, master of chaos, marshalls his forces and rallies them for battle against Hesper, Nymph of the West. Various Authors Oct 26th, 1786 Anarchiad, A New England Poem: Part 1 The Hartford Wits were Federalists, but their arguments against democracy may ring familiar to modern libertarians. Various Authors Nov 1st, 1647 The Putney Debates: Kings, Lords, and Commons In our final number from Putney, contenders clash over whether powerful elites or common people are the more likely tyrants. Various Authors Oct 29th, 1647 The Putney Debates: The Levellers’ Rejoinder True to their radicalism, the Levellers get to the root of it all: The great land claims defied God’s commandment “Thou shalt not steal.” Various Authors Oct 29th, 1647 The Putney Debates: Ireton’s Case Against the levelling impulse in the New Model Army, General Ireton argues that only those with fixed local interests should exercise political power. Various Authors Oct 29th, 1647 The Putney Debates: Day Two Cromwell and his proxies urge unity of purpose, unity of action, and constant movement forward. Conspiracies flourish in streams of constant activity. Various Authors Oct 28th, 1647 The Putney Debates: Day One Camped between two epochs in English history and two factions in a civil war, the New Model Army debates republicanism, slavery, and freedom. Various Authors Sep 1st, 1663 The Gloucester County Conspiracy, or The Servant’s Plot In Restoration‐era Virginia, exiled Parliamentarians, New Model Army veterans, radical Dissenters, and African slaves joined powers to revolutionize their colony. Various Authors Jan 1st, 1649 Reclaiming the Commons: Digger Principles Gerard Winstanley and the Diggers took direct action to reclaim the commons and level the rights, powers, and privileges unjustly granted to a few aristocrats. Various Authors Dec 1st, 1982 The Hayek Bibliography Literature of Liberty’s attempt to produce a full bibliography of works by, about, and relevant to Friedrich Hayek.