Libertarian Review, July/August 1979

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The Libertarian Editorials

  • Night of Furty

  • Bringing on the Twinkies

Opening Shots, by Bill Birmingham

The Public Trough: The Democrats’ Double Standard on Spending, by Bruce Bartlett

The Plumb Line: The Gas “Shortage,” by Murray N. Rothbard

Government Intervention in Energy: Savior or Villain?, by David R. Henderson

The Energy Crisis: Historical Roots, by D. T. Armentano

The Politics of Nuclear Power, by David Cole

Nuclear Power and the Free Market, by Patrick L. Lilly

Nuclear Power and Nuclear Proliferation, by Milton Mueller

Public Utilities: Legacy of Feudalism, by Michael Lipson

The Case of The Progressive, by Marshall E. Schwartz

The Prospect of Solar Power: California’s Energy Czar Speaks Out: An LR Interview

Oil and American Foreign Policy, by Leonard P. Liggio

Energy and American Foreign Policy, by Roy A. Childs, Jr.

Books and the Arts

  • Ralph Raico on George F. Will’s The Pusuit of Happiness

  • Joan Kennedy Taylor on H. L. Mencken’s In Defense of Women

  • David Hart on John Barnes’ Evita, First Lady

  • Jack Shafer on G. William Domhoff’s The Powers That Be

  • Michael Grossberg on Norman Spinrad’s Agents of Chaos

  • Tibor R. Machan on Mortimer Adler’s Aristotle for Everybody

  • David Brudnoy on Alien and other things that go bump in the night