Issue 59

Flint and Steel: The Memoirs of a Superfluous Spark

by Kevin Cullinane From Number 59 – December 1992 The other day I received an intellectual newsletter, of the small “l” (i.e. traditional) libertarian persuasion, in which the publisher invited subscribers to submit occasional columns. The invitation pushed my vanity button; I began to daydream: “Yes they say that this year’s Nobel selection was first …

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Philosophy of Immunization

by Mark Moyers, D.C From Number 59 – December 1992 By the time that the year 1984 came and went, the powers that be had convinced the “masses” that George Orwell’s prediction of “Big Brother” had been nothing but fantasy. Orwell had said that the State would control people by controlling their thoughts-by way of …

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Drawing The Line

by Blair Adams From Number 59 – December 1992 (from Who Owns the Children? (1991) p. 292) It certainly appears, on the surface and in the short run, easier to come to some sort of compromise with the State and allow it to have some say in the education of our children. Yet such a …

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