Front Page Groups & Collections Literature of Liberty, July/September 1978, vol. 1, No. 3
Leonard P. Liggio, Literature of Liberty, July/September 1978, vol. 1, 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 Eric Foner on “Radical Individualism in America: Revolution to Civil War.”
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- Associate Editors
- Bibliographical Essay: Eric Foner, Radical Individualism In America: Revolution to Civil War
- I: Methodology
- Scientific Paradigms and History
- Kuhn's Paradigm
- Paradigm Choice, Art, and Reason
- Do Concepts Mold Percepts?
- Paradigms Vs. Research Programmes
- Kuhn and Historical Truth
- Paradigms and Determinism
- A Historian Between Paradigms
- Survival of the Fittest Paradigms?
- Fumbling Toward Truth
- Necessary Truths and Reality
- Economic Laws
- “pure” Vs. “grubby” Knowledge
- Paradigms and Social Change
- II: Consensus, Obedience, and Dissent
- State and Society
- Consensus and Authority
- Civil Disobedience
- Dissent and Virtue
- Underdevelopment Vs. Consensus
- Democracy Vs. Elitism
- Majority Tyranny
- Majority Frustration
- Consensus Vs. Politics
- Consensus and Rights
- Consensus Vs. Majority Rule
- III: Consent and Coercion
- The Right Against Coercion
- Private Property and Coercion
- Consent, Coercion, and Property
- Threats Vs. Offers
- A Clockwork Orange, Freedom, and Coercion
- Weak Will Vs. Compulsion
- Freedom and Using Others
- Equality and Social Coercion
- Human Action Vs. Behavior
- IV: Regulation
- The Regulating Class
- Regulation and Revolution
- Land Expropriation
- State Planning
- Hoover As Regulator
- State Science Research
- The Costs of Research
- Sec Regulation
- Sunset Laws
- V: Social Control
- Power and Servility
- State Vs. Education
- Public Vs. Private Education
- Public Schools Vs. Privacy
- Truant Officers As Scapegoats
- Were Professionals Technocrats?
- The Courts and Social Control
- The Army and Social Control
- Land Use and Control
- VI: The Liberal Tradition
- The History of Liberalism
- Freedom and Progress
- Reason and Progress
- Individualism, Property, and Revolt
- Liberal Class Analysis
- Nature and Liberty
- Free Trade and Development
- Liberalism In Transition
- “positive” Liberalism
- Utilitarian Illiberalism
- Spencer and Laissez-faire
- Mill: Liberal Or Socialist?
- Research Fields
- Philosophy of Science
- Political Philosophy
- Political Science
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