Front Page Titles (by Subject) Literature of Liberty, Autumn 1981, vol. 4, No. 3
Leonard P. Liggio, Literature of Liberty, Autumn 1981, vol. 4, No. 3 
Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought was published first by the Cato Institute (1978-1979) and later by the Institute for Humane Studies (1980-1982) under the editorial direction of Leonard P. Liggio.
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Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought was published first by the Cato Institute (1978-1979) and later by the Institute for Humane Studies (1980-1982) under the editorial direction of Leonard P. Liggio. It consisted of a lengthy bibliographical essays, editorials, and many shorter reviews of books and journal articles. There were 5 volumes and 20 issues. This issue contains a lengthy bibliographical essay by Wendy McElroy on “Benjamin Tucker’s Liberty and Individualism.”
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- Editorial Staff
- Associate Editors
- Bibliographical Essay: Wendy Mcelroy, Benjamin Tucker, Individualism, & Liberty: Not the Daughter But the Mother of Order
- I: Liberty Vs. Authority
- Inventing the State: the Investiture Conflict
- True Whiggism: 1688–1694
- Locke's Justification of Rebellion
- Locke's “two Treatises” & Revolution
- Property In 17th-century England
- Revolutionary Committees of Safety
- Hayek's Defense of Liberty
- Medieval Liberty & Its Evolution
- Isaiah Berlin On Liberty
- James Mill's Utilitarian Feminism
- The Idea of Peace: 500–1150
- Medieval Monks On War and Peace
- Transcendatalists Vs. Slavery
- Ingalls: On Land and Liberty
- II: The Ethics of Liberty
- J.s. Mill: Paternalism Vs. Autonomy
- The Limits of Paternalism
- The Psychology of Selfishness
- Self-awareness: Freud Vs. Jung & Adler
- Business Ethics As Casuistry
- Liberty, Rational Choice & Public Affairs
- Jean Gerson and Ockhamism
- The Varieties of Equality
- Rights, Liberty, and Priorities
- Locke and Natural Law
- Grounding Natural Rights In Needs
- Individual Vs. Social Rights
- Property Rights and Body Rights
- Property and the Right to Liberty
- Is Justice Prior to Property?
- III: The Political Economy of Liberty
- British Anti-socialism: 1870–1914
- Income Tax Laws and Contingency
- Government Subsidies In France
- Brazilian “liberalism” & State Protectionism
- Herbert Hoover & Federal Welfare
- Neoconservatism and Capitalism
- IV: Law, Liberty, and Political Thought
- The First Amendment & the Court
- Is the Tort/crime Distinction Valid?
- The Economic Approach to Law
- Corporations, the People, and Italian Jurists
- London's Charter of Self-government
- Liberalism, Virtue, Rights & Manners