Issue 71

Quotes

From Number 71 – December 1994 “Again and again in history, we can trace the workings of the law that one who has appealed to force must use force to the bitter end, and one who has established a reign of terror must intensify terror to frightfulness.” Stefan Zweig THE RIGHT TO HERESY, 1951, p. …

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On States of Mind

by David McKells From Number 71 – December 1994 Editor’s Note: The following article first appeared in the Spring 1991 issue of SMALL FARMER’S JOURNAL (Box 1627, Sisters, OR 97759), a publication which advocates horse-powered, family farming. Although the topics of voluntaryism and the survival of small farming may seem miles apart, in fact, there …

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Early Government Legislation in the United States

The Constitution, Direct Taxation, and Seamen by David McKells From Number 71 – December 1994 Editor’s Note: The following excerpts are taken from pages 232-234 of Chapter XVIII, “The Insurance of Seamen Against Illness,” appearing in Henry W. Farnam, CHAPTERS IN THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL LEGISLATION IN THE UNITED STATES TO 1860 (Washington: Carnegie Institution …

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