Vol. 1 No. 1

Liberty, in the face of successive alternatives, endures as a central concern for scholars studying human affairs. Liberty can serve scholars as the broadest theme to guide an interdisciplinary approach in monitoring research. Beginning with this premier issue, Literature of Liberty will endeavor to alert scholars to what is substantial among current work that pertains to human liberty and explores its richness and diversity. The summaries published in this quarterly journal are of scholarly writings, selected by the journal’s editors for their relevance to liberty. The articles summarized are nominated by forty associate editors–scholars across America and abroad–who survey some four hundred journals in their special fields…

Table of Contents

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A Founding Father’s Library

By Forrest McDonald
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Modern Historians Confront the American Revolution

By Murray Rothbard
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Order and Elites

By Isidore Silver
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Order and Virtue

By Philip Abbott
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Voluntary Servitude

By Nannerl Keohane
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Power and Ideology

By Douglas Hay
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Order Without State

By Peter J. Wilson
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Art and Autonomy

By George Konrad
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Objective Values

By Jorge Gracia
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Equality, Power, and Values

By Rick Tilman
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The Pragmatic Presidency

By Bruce Miroff
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Planning in Non‐​Profit Agencies

By Gerard Belanger