First and last pages from a
1983 microfiche catalog
Excerpts from one of the last publications on paper by
JOHN ZUBE
(Libertarian Microfiche Publishing),
proud to outproduce and outpublish anybody alive or dead.
I guess he pretty much managed just that on a per capita basis.
His production is up to (peace plan)-issue number 1500-something or so and they are still only a buck a piece of peace and include a lot of uncategorizable and all too singularly brilliant utopians, panarchists and couleur locale social reformers.

I am happy to have finally scanned and can present the cream of John's crop:
some preWW2 documents on the ever troublesome Currency issues: see for instance a file with more, in his turn, publisher recommendations by Zube's mentor and inspiration Ulrich von Beckerath
see for instance: Beckerath on Edgar Milhaud
(after years and years of believing I would see other people, much better suited and attired to stand a chance at surviving an onslaught of people yelling: 'you can't update that, it is moldy and stupid old hat'!, do so); for my efforts at doing it in close collaboration with John himself see the pretty useless reasons why it didn't work in my file called: heavy heaves.......
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C O N T E N T S

1.) PRICING & ORDERING
2.) A U T H O R LISTING OF L.M.P 2-41
(from e to p are left out here)
3.) On Microfilming  41
4.) On L.M.P. 2,42,69-72
5.) Hints to Literature from OTHER Microfiln- Publishers  42-68
      Individualism etc 43-52
      Anarchism etc. of the Left  53-58
      Productive Cooperatives etc.
      Peace Publications by others  60-61
      Utopias
      Science Fiction on Microfilm  63
      Miscellaneous titles  64-68
6.) Notes on Copyrights  69-70
7.) L.M.P. p a y s for submissions but in microfiche only!  71
8.) Libertarian Manuscripts  71
9.) S«ne favourable responses to L.M.P 71-72
10.) Microfiche for your writings, a very short introduction
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********** M I C R O F I C H E  F O R  Y O U ==========
Much larger freedom of press information opportunities exist for you than you think: via microfiche publishing and reading. Using this modern & affordable technology ( via a service bureau ), you too, could afford to publish, every year: dozens of books, magazines or newsletters (even if, initially, you had to give them away, e.g. to libraries- they are cheap enough to do that ) & to buy and read, if you wanted to, hundreds. Micrographics is already and will remain intermarried with computer technology. If e.g. a small fraction of today's libertarians contributed likewise, then the whole case for liberty, peace end justice, could be easily end cheaply made accessible, in a few years, end it could be made unbeatablet Libertarian Microfiche Publishing has set an example & offers advice: Since 1978(in its PEACE PLANS series, Nos.1-426), with a shoestring budget end using only one manpower, part-time, ca. 500 freedem-, peace & justice titles were produced (old or new,otherwise rare,not obtainable or expensive),on diazo microfiche (lOxl5cm film cards,with 98-600pp ea.,at 24-42x reduction: S1 ea.),readable with cheap reading machines (from S 50, 2nd. hand),ranging from limited government to anarchism.The other micropub l is hers of fer hun dreds more of such titles between theml Send 02 for introductory booklet,leaflets & sample.
J.Zube, 7 Oxley St., Berrima, NSW 2577,Australia.
this adress is still valid

SMALL CAN BE VERY CHEAP,EFFICIENT AND BEAUTIFUL EVEN LIBERATING !

L.M.P, LIBERTARIAN MICRO FICHE PUBLISHING
LITERATURE LIST    1983

"PEACE PLANS" - Series, Nos. 1 - 426
The collection has meanwhile grown to almost 4 times that size!

with Hints towards Literature of Interest to Libertarians

 offers by other Microfilm - Publishers.

Please address all enquiries, orders & cheques to: John ZUBE, 7 Oxley St., BERRIMA, N.S.W., AUSTRALIA,  2577, - Tel. No. (048) 771 436. I believe the last 6 digits of this number are still the same.

PRICING:
S 1.00 per microfiche. Each microfiche is
indicated by a "Peace Plans" No.
While there are no "minimum orders", small orders
for 1-9 fiche will only be sent by ordinary mail!
Qnly orders for 10 or more microfiche will be sent by
air mail.
The numbers of microfiche involved in a title cen be
clearly seen from the "Peace Plans" numbers mentioned
with each title, sb~ce each "Peace Plans" number,re-
gardless of whether it covers only a fraction of a
title or several titles or "plans",represents o n e
microfiche.
Example:
"ALBON, Robert, Ed.: Rent Control, Costs & Consequences, CIS, in 396,397,29x."
"396,397" indicate that 2 Peace Plans issues are involved, i.e., 2 microfiche. Price thus: $ 2.00.
The "in" before the numbers indicates that you would
also get other titles reproduced on the same microfiche. These 2 fiche contain 8 titles!
The "29x" indicates the reduction rate. It can, for
normal print, still be reed with a 20x magnifying
reading machine like the Kodak Ektalite 120.
LMP uses 24x,29x,36x & sometimes 42x, but mostly 24x
and 29x.
Special prices for "LIBERTY" & SPOQNER'S WORKS,are
marked.
Prices for quantities of the same issue & for very
large mixed orders are negotiable!
We do not care for how much you resell our fiche.

Prices are subject to change without notice.(Inflation is likely to speed up in Australia.) But LMP hopes to be able to maintain the current prices for 2-3 years. ~ Prepayment is required, in cash, cheque or money or= ders. US-cheaues are acceDted. (Uncovered ones will be filmed:if not rapidly replaced by the eender!) ALL CHEQUES & MONEY ORDERS ARE TO BE MADE QUT TQ JOHN ZUBE! (This is still only a hobby-"business"!) Ordering  "Peace Plans"  could suffice, but to reduce errors, mention a title catchword,too.

A listing according to Peace Plans numbers, a subject listing end at least a beginning of an index for the whole series will follow,some time in the future. If I were to get 100 orders for the whole set, p.a., I could speed all my time on this project. But numerous smaller orders would be welcomed,too!

 Good fiching! John Zube,6/8/83. LMP - 4 - August 1983

ALPHABETICAL LISTING

ACKERMANN, Werner : Appeal to Establish a Cosmopoli-

 ~ ten Union,1931, in 61-63 & 426. In German : Aufruf
 I zur Gruendung einer Cosmopolitischen Union,in 399-401.

ACWORTH,W.M. :The State in Relation to Railways,
1894, in 371, 29x

ADAMS, McLearn, M. et al : Voluntary Taxation, in
336, 24x

ADDRESSES for Libertarians : A first & very incomplete compilation of lists & directories,387-390,29x A Peace Directory of Glenn of Province, 3rd. ed., in 392, 29x

ALBON, Robert, ed. : Rent Control, Costs & Consequences, CIS, in 396,397, 29x

ALFORD Rev.,B.H.: Free Education pp 261-274 in Mackay R.,editor: A Plea for Libérty,202,36x.

ALTERNATIVE BOOKSHOP,London, booklist,in 316-318,29x

ANDREWS, Stephen Pearl : The Science of Society,1848, 211pp, 222, 24x, also in : Liberty, Boston,Nos.88ff.

Die Wissenschaft von der Gesellschaft, verkoerzt herauagegeben von Wilhelm Russbueldt,1904,in 359,29x.

With Yarros & Greeley: Love, Marriage end Divorce,and the Sovereignty of the Individual,in "Liberty" ll9ff: 247-273,29x

The Labor Dollar, in Radical Review,p.287,373-375,29x

APJOHN, Lewis : Richard Cobden & the Free Traders,in 407, 29x

ARBITRATION ACT, NSW, 1902, reprinted 1978,in 74,24x

ARRIGONI Enrico : That Character Called God,183 pp,
192, 29x; The Totalitarian Nightmare, 286 pp, 193,29x
The Lunacy of Superman - & other plays,l977,598pp,

 194, 42x. PUBLISH ON MICROFICHE !?l2!

AsHLEY`Mike 6 JEEVES, Terry: The Complete Index to Astounding/Analog, 1981, 413, 36x

ASKEY, J.B. : Pros 6 Cons, a guide to the controversies of the day, 10th. ed.,revised by M.I. White, 1940 : in 404,29x.

ASSOCIATION OF LIBERTARIAN FEMINISTS: 9 Leaflets,in 384, 29x.

ASTOUNDING/ANALOG, complete index, by Ashley,Mike 6 Jeeves, Terry, 413,36x.

AUCHMUT, A.C., ed.: Henry George on Social Justice, being memorable passages from his writings end addresses,1912,1949, in 381/382, pp.191-221.,36x

BADEN-POWEL, George :State Aid 6 State Interference, Illustrated by Results in Commerce 6 Industry,1882, 420, 29x.

BAILEY, J.E. & R.A., et al :Voluntary Education : A Reference Guide to Starting end Operating a Private School, 57pp, in 345, 36x.

BAILIE, William: Josiah Warren : The First American Anarchist, 1906, 109/110, 24x; Problems of Anarchism, in ~Liberty~, Nos. 253ff, 242-273, 29x.

BAKUNIN, Michael : The Political Theology of Mazzini, in ~Liberty~, Nos. 87ff, 247-273,29x.

BALL, Sidney,M.A.: The Moral Aspects of Socialism,in Socialism 6 Individualism, Fabian Socialist Series No.3, in 340, 36x.

BARNES, Harry Elmer : Blasting the Historical Blackout in Britain, in 410, 29x.

BASTIAT, Frédéric : Harmonies of Political Economy, 1860, transl. & with notes by Patrick James Stirling 343, 36x; Volkawirtschaftliche Harmonien (nur die Originalausgabe),1850,377pp, 326, 24x.
 

 6 8ASTIAT, Frederic :Popular Fallacies, adaption from "Sophismes Economique~, done by E.R. Pearce-Edcumbe 1885, in 411, 29x.

BAX, K.B. & LEVY,J.H. :Socialism & Individualism, in 356, 29x.

8EAUCHAMP, Gordon,F.W. : The State end Electricity Distribution, pp 353-378 of 202, 36x.

BECKERATH, Ulrich von, 14.5.1882-28.2.1969 :
Die Durchfuehrung der Vorschlaege von Milhaud,in 347-
348, 24x.
The Practical Realisation of the Milhaud Proposals,
9, 24x.
Muss Arbeitsbeschaffung Geld kosten? 372, 29x.
Must Full Employment Cost Money? 10, 24x.
Public Insurance & Campensation Money, 11, 24x.
Artikel ueber Versicherung, Wertbestacodigkeit, Zins,
Bausparkassen &Geldfreiheit,1925-1935, 96pp,337,24x.
Créer du Travail Doit-il Necessairement couter de
1'Argent?,1935,161pp,334,24x.
with others : Berlin Programme, in English,
41,24x.
with others : Four Law Drafts to Fight Deflation,
Prevent Inflation end Lower the Interest Rate, Eng-
lish & German, 40, 24x.
Draft of Conditions for the next peace treaty with
Russia, in 14, 24x, in 61-63,36x, in German:399-401.
Notes on Secessionism & Peace,1.5.54, with : Nuclear
Disarmament,Right or Wrong - My Country?- And Defen-
sive Appeals,fram letter of 11.12.54, with:
Railway Money end the Nuclear War Threat, Revolution
end Religion, from letter,16.12.54, with :
Military Jiu Jitsu or How Chinese Soldiers Determined
the Limits of Military Obedience,1957,all in 16-18,24x
Comments to Proudhon's monetary ideas, in 292,29x.
On Anàrchy & Anarchism, 61-63,36x, pp. 316-319.
Ueber Anarchie und Anarchism, 399-401,29x.
Letter & statement to Henry Menlen on their differen-
ces reg. monetary freedom, in 350-354, 24x.
On Theodor Hertzka, in 402, 29x.
Ueber Kollektive Verantwortung, in 425, 29x.
The German School on Money,with conments by J.Zube,in
41,24x, & in 357/358,29x.

7
Beckerath, continued : with J.Zube: The Case for Po-
litical end Economic Tolerance,in 42-44, 24x,
2nd. edition (more legible) in 415,29x, pp.103-117.

BELLOC, Hilaire : Econamics for Helen,1924,246pp,in 219, 24x.

BERLIN SOCIETY OF 1952 TO FIGHT THE CAUSES OF UNEMPLOYMENT : Berlin Programme,in 41, 24x.

BENN, Ernest,J.P,Sir : Producer vs. Consumer,1928,in 407,29x. Benn's Protest, being an argument for the Restauration of our Liberties,1945, in 391,29x; The Confessions of a Capitalist,1925,in 405/406,29x; The Case of Benn vs. Maxton.A Correspondence on Capitalism & Socialism,1929, in 405/406,29x; The State the Enemy, 1953, in 405/406,29x,

BERENS, Lewis H. & SINGER, Ignatius: Dictator-Democrat, abridged & adapted from "The Story of My Dictatorship~,1934, 422, 29x.

BERNERI, Camillo : Peter Kropotkin - his federalist ideas,20pp,in 244, 24x.

BIBLIOGRAPHY of individualist-libertarian-anarchist writings,prelimunary,reproducing various listings, mostly still separately,inviting collaboration.Comr piled by J.Zube, 66-69, 24x.

BLACK GAZETTE, The, Sydney, in 36-39, 24x.

BLAIR, Lewis H.: Unwise Laws. A Consideration of the Operations of a Protective Tariff upon Industry,Cammerce & Society,1886, in 411,29x.

BLISS, D.P. & YARROS, Victor : Individualist or Philosophical Anarchisn,in 15,24x.

BOETIE,de La, Etienne: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude, introduced by Nicolas Walter,in ~Anarchy~ No.63, in 392, 29x.

BOOL,Henry : Henry Bool's Apology for his Jeffersonian Anarchism,pp 120-144 of 225,29x.

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BORGIUS, Dr. Walter : Die Schule - Ein Frevel an der
Jugend, 1930, 250pp,in 331, 29x; Die Ideenwelt des
Anarchismus,1903,67pp, in 338, 24x.

BORSODI, Ralph,1886-1977, Decentralist,Money-& LandReformer, Free Trader,Peace Lover & Founder of The School of Living, 56, 24x. Inflation is Coming.A practica! post~ar pLan,ca. 1946,in 409, 29x.

BRADLAUGH, Cnarles: Humanity's Gain from Unbelief 1929, in 362, 24x.

BUFFON, Le Comte de, Essai d'Arithmétique Morale, lllpp. in 332,24x.

BULLOCX, Cnarles J. :Essays on the Monetary History of the United States,1900, in 375,29x.

BURXE, Edmund :A Vindication of Natural Society, in "Liberty",Boston, Nos.53ff, 247-273,29x.

BURT, William D.:Local Problems:Libertarian Solutions,1978, in 212/213,24x.

BUTLER, Eric D. :Can~unism Can Be Defeated Without a Third World War, in 405/406,29x.

BYINGTON, Steven T. :The Society of the New Order,1919 in 376,24x.

BYRNE, L. Denis :Centralization -The Policy of Satanism,1972, in 366,29x, pp.123-126.

CATHOLIC Essays on the Problems of War Today: Morals ald Missiles, in 408, 29x.

CENSORED, 10th. ed.of this directory,l980,45 pp,in 226,24x; llth.ed.,1981,in 390,29x; 12th. ed.,1982,in 426,29X.Hard to Locate sources of inforrnation:assos. & their publications.

CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT STUDIES,CIS: 8 Papers,books & Studies,1978-1981,396,397,29x.

MICROFICHE GOES NEVER OUT OF PRINT!
 

CESCI project: How Can Cornmunity Members Increase Effectiveness in Wider Social Change?, -Study Action Guide with bibliographies,in 382,pp 303-336,36x

CHIPMAN,Lauchlan :Liberty,Equality & Unhappiness, CIS, in 396/397,29x

CHODOROV,Frank et al :Voluntary Taxation,in 336,24x Land Speculation Endangers the Econorny,pp 188-190, in 381/382,36x.

CHURCHIL,Winston: The People's Rights,1909,in 362, 24x. The People's Land, extract frorn above, in 356, 29x, The Menace of Land Monopoly,1941, extracts from speeches, in 181, 24x

CLARY, Colin, Dr. :Putting the Population Explosion in Perspective, in 411,29x; Population & Depopulation, pp 233-234,in PP 369,36x.

CLARX,Howard :Making Nonviolent Revolution,Peace News Pamphlet No.1, in 410,29x.

CLARKSON, J.H. et al :Voluntary Education: A Reference Guide to starting end operating a private school, 57 pp,in 345,36x

CLEYRE,Voltairine de :selected Works,1914,480pp,231, 29x

CLINCHY, Russell J. :What Does Freedom Mean to You? 1952, in 359, 29x

COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS : Free Enterprise, Myths end Truths, in 378-380, 29x; The Ideological War. Cornmunist Myths & American Truths, in 392,pp.93-150,29x; The Ideological War, supplement, in 414,29x.

CORBErT, Bayliss: ~Censored~,a directory, 10th-12th. editions, in 226,24x,390,29x,426,29x.

C0U}~ELLE SENEUIL, J.G.: La Banque Libre,1867,359pp, in 313/314,24x.

COWING, Richard : Richard CoUden,1887,in 147/148,24x.

CRAIGIE, E.J. : The Fallacies of Protection,in 391,29x.

CRYONICS INSTITUTE,US,introductory prospectus,pp.4397 of 47A,24x.

CRYONICS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA :A Brief Scientific Introduction to Cryonics,pp.27-42 of PP 47A, 24x.
As far as such people focus on freezing and reviving techniques I say: Yuk, one of those things that make me cringe, he will never love a compost heap like he should but on the other hand he was quite willing to leave his garden to promising collaborators such as I once was generously enough

CURTISS, W.M.: The Tariff Idea, 1953, in 147/148,24x.

DANDELION,The,Nos.l-ll,Spring 77-Fall 79,308pp,243A, 29x.

DARLAND, Lloyd : The Emperor's Clothes Cost Twenty Dollars, 2nd. ed.,1980,39pp,in 288,24x. (Manetary Freedom Series.)

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,USA :Fees end Charges Handbook for Parks, in 76 C, 24x,

DERRICK, Paul :Men over Industry, in 319,24x. (On liberation at work.)

DIRECTORIES, freedom addresses,a preliminary compilation in 387-390,29x.

DQLGOFF,Sam : The Relevance of Anarchism to Modern Society,1977,24pp,in 244,24x; A Critique of Marxism, 24 pp,in 288,24x

DONALDSON,Thomas: Preliminary Bibliography on Longevity Drugs, in 47A,24x.

DONISTHORPE, Wordsworth : The Limits of Liberty,pp. 63-108 of 202,36x; Individualism, a System of Politics,1889,399pp, 235,29x; On the Land Question,in 356,29x.

DUBREUIL, H.:Liberation at the Place of Work.(select. from his wark :An Chance for Everybody),in 13,24x.

DUNCAN, Bruce : To Participate - Not Just Your Right But Your Duty, in 411, 29x.

Microfiche & computers are hapoily married!

DUNNING McLEOD,Henry : The Science of Econamics & its Relation to Free Exchange & Socialism,1894,in 371,29x

EAST,Ronald : The Faith of an Engineer, a discussion of the land problem. (Georgist), in 356,29x

EDWARDS,Willard :Public Enemy No.l: The Bureaucracy, 64 pp, in 332,24x.

ELLINGHAM, Francis :Anarchism,Society & the Socialized Mind, from ·Anarchie",No.63, in 392,29x

ELLIS,C.A.A.: Business,Government end All of Us,116pp in 246,24x.

ELTZBACHER, Paul :Anarchism, 1900,253pp, in 208, 24x

ENGERT, Horst : Das historische Denken Max Stirners, 1918,73pp, in 330, 24x.

ENGLAENDER, Sigmund :Geschichte der Franzoesischen Arbeiter Associationen, 1864,1031 pp, in 214/215,29x.

ERNSBERGER,Don & Manis, Rod :Property in a Free Society, short teut important article,in 14,24x.

FAIRFIELD, Charles :State Socialism in the Antipodes, 1891, pp. 145-200 of 202,36x. (On Australia)

FELLOWS, A.G.,Rev. : The Foundations of Liberty,in 372, 29x.

FERNS, H.S., Prof.: The Disease of Government,1978, in 395, 29x.

FICHTE, Johann Gottlieb : On institutionalized & permanent revolution, non-violent 6 fully individualized.(Extract from his work on the French Revolution.) in 12, 24x. The same in German : Auszug aus dem 1. Buch, 3. Kap. des ~Beitrages zur Bericht igung der Urte i le des Publ ikums ueber die Franzoesische Revolution",in 399-401, 29x. Beitrag zur... (voller Text des obigen Buches),1793, I-XII,1-270pp, in 416,29x TAKE POT LUCK! Other titles often free on same No.!

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- 12 FLEW, Anthony : The Profit Motive,CIS,in396/397,29x Intended Actions & Unintended Consequences,in 384,29x.

FLUERSCHEIM, Michael, On the Land Question,in 356,29x.

FOLLIN,H.L.:Paroles d'un Voyant,1934,203pp,in 322,24x (Very highly rec. by U.v.Beckerath.For individual secession! Translation wanted.)

FORBES, Viv :Should Australia Have Foreign Affairs? in 384,29x; The Land of the Free,poem,in 385,29x; Government & Marketing or "The Bull in the China Shop" pp 55-68 of 384,29x; The Freedom to Sell, pp.396-399, in 389,29x; Accountability in Government,pp.206-217, in 369,36x.

FORTESCUE, J.W.: State Socialism end the Collapse in Australia, 1894, in 371, 29x.

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC E WCATION, USA : Clichés of Socialism, (towards an encyclopaedia of libertarian refutations!) 75,24x; Booklist in 50-54,24x

FREE ENTERPRISE, Sydney,36-39,24x.

FREE MARKET, Sydney, 76A-D (4 fiche) 24x.

FREEMAN, John : The Tyranny of Politics,in 411,29x.

FREIE GENERATION,DIE, II/3 & II/9-12,1907-1908, with Jaurbuch der Freien Generation,1910, 349, 29x.

 i ~ FRIEDLAENDER, Benedict : Der Fretheitliche Sozialis-
 , mus, im Gegensatz zum Staatsknechtstum der Marxisten,
 !' 1892, 123 S.,in 286, 24x.

FRIEDMAN, Milton, contributor to :Wage-Price Control, Myth & Reality, ed. by Shenoy,Sudha,CIS, also to Rent`Control, CIS, & with Michael Porter,Fred Gruen & Don Staa~mer to: Taxation, Inflation end the role of Government, CIS, all in 396/397,29x; Back to the 18th. Century? Letter to The Australian,in 423,29x

GEORGE,Henry : Conference papers, San Francisco,1979,

 in 381/382, 36x; Social Problems, 1884, from 1938

ed.,indexed, in 366,29x; The Science of Political Economy,545pp,abstraCted chap. by chap.,indexed,in 365,36x; The Labour Ouestion, an abridgment of : The Condition of Labour, in 371,29x; A Perplexed Philosopher, being an examination of Mr. Herbert Spencers various utterances on the Land Question,with some incidental references to his Synthetic Philosophy, 1893, with :Justice the Object,Taxation the Means, 1890 & The Crime of Poverty, 2 addresses,in 178-181, 24x; The Study of Political Economy,1947 ed.,in 319,24x, Thou Shalt Not Steal, 20 pp.,in 330,24x; Protection or Free Trade, 1886,1980, an examination of the tariff question,with especial regard to the interests of labour, in 368, 24x; The Condition of Labour, in 367, 29x.

GESELL, Silvio : Der Abgebaute Staat, 1927,98pp., in 331,29x.( So rare,many Gesellians don't know it!)

OHIO, Paul : L' Anarchisme aux Etats-Unis,212pp,in
286,24x

GLENN of Province : A Peace Directory,3rd.ed.,in 392,
29x

GODWIN, William, On Law, 16pp, in 282, 24x.

GOODMAN,Paul : The Black Flag of Anarchism,lOpp.,in 107/108,24x.

GRADY, John L.: Abortion, Yes or No?, in 357/358,29x

GRAHAM, William : The One Pound Note - in the Rise end Progress of Banking in Scotland end its Adaptability to England,1885,343pp,in 339,29x

GRANVILLE SHARP :Tracts concerning the Ancient end only True Legal Means of National Defence, by a Free Militia, in 356, 29x.

GRAY, Chris Hables : The New Libertarians,(a leftwing criticism from ~Black Rose~,Fall 79.).in 416,29x

GPEELEY/yarros/Andrews: Love, Marriage,and Divorce,& the Sovereignty of the Individual,in ~Liberty",Boston Nos.119ff, in 242-273,29x.

GREENBERG, Gary & Hummel,J R.: Laissez Faire in Drugs, in 15, 24x.

GREENE, William B.:Mutual Banking,in 106,24x.(A11 his other writings are wanted by me!J.Z.)

GUNNISON-Brown, Harry, Prof.:Significant Paragraphs from Henry George's "Progress & Poverty,in 367,29x

GUTHRIE, James : Our Sham Democracy or The Majority Vote Racket, in 391, 29x.

GUYOT, Yves : The Comedy of Protection,1906, 356 pp 321,24x; Economic Prejudices, 1910,173pp,in 245 24x Labour,Socialism end Strikes,1896,120pp.,in 322 24x. Socialistic Fallacies, 1910, 344pp, 323,24x; The Tyranny of Socialism,1894,304pp, 324, 24x Where end Why Public Ownership Has Failed, 1914,480 pp, 325,29x.

HARDY, George : The Way Out fram the Doom of the Welfare Society,30,24x. Monopoly end the Individual, 31/32,24x. Society in Conflict, together with : The Doom of the Welfare Society, 33-35,24x

HARPER, F.A.: Liberty - A Path to its Recovery, 1949, 150pp,206,24x Why Wages Rise,1957, together with : In Search of Peace,1951, total of 166pp, in 207,24x.

HART, David M.: Gustave de Molinari end the Anti-Etatiste Liberal Tradition,1979,135-136,24x

HAYEK, F.A.: Social Justice, Socia]ism & Democracy CIS, in 396/397, 29x. Der Sozialismus ist nicht halte richtig, sondern ganz falsch. Bad. Ztg., in 425,29x

HAZLITT, Henry : Can we keep free enterprise? in 366 29x; Instead of What? in 347/348,24x; with others on Voluntary Taxation, in 336, 24x.

HEILPERIN, Dr. M.A. : Ein Plan fuer die Wiederherstellung der internationalen Transaktionen in 147/4n

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HEINE.Heinrich : The Liberation, in 203,24x.

HERBERT Auberon : On the Land Question,in 356,29x. The Trué Line of Deliverance,pp.379-414 in 202,36x; A Politician in Sight of Heaven, in "Liberty",Boston, Nos. 47ff, 247-273,29x; vs. Levy: Taxation end Anarchism,in 336,24x.

HERrZKA, Theodor :Freeland - A Social Anticipation,
70-74,24x.
A Visit to Freeland or The New Paradise Regained,
with various com~ents, with the German issue:
Eine Reise nach Freiland, in 402,29x
Freilands Wirtschaftsordnung, Vortrag von 1893,mit
Anm. v. U.v.8eckerath, in 377,24x
Die Gesetze der Sozialen Entwicklung,1886,417,29x

MESS, Karl : The Lawless State, pp.260-293,225,29x.

MESS, Mases : Die letzten Philosophen, 1845 & 1961,16 pp,in 281,24x.

HEYWOOD, Ezra H.: Uncivil Liberty, An Essay to Show the Injustice end Impolity of Ruling Woman without her Consent, 1873, pp.20-112 of 225,29x.

HIRSCH, Max : The Fiscal Superstition,1895 (against protectionism),in 203,24x.

HOBSON, John A.: Richard Cobden - the international man, 1918,418pp, 344,29x; International Trade, an application of economie theory,1904,in 367,29x.

HCOPER, Wynnard : The Influence of State Borrowing on Commercial Crises, in 371, 29x.

HORN, J.E. : Bankfreiheit, 1867, 450 pp,333,29x.

HORIZON,July 80-July81,WIL :Women for Individual Liberty, in 384,29x,

HOWELL, George, MP (1891): Liberty for Labor,pp.109144 of 202,36x.

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GREENBERG, Gary & Hummel,J R.: Laissez Faire in Drugs, in 15, 24x.

GREENE, William B.:Mutual Banking,in 106,24x.(A11 his other writings are wanted by me!J.Z.)

GUNNISON-Brown, Harry, Prof.:Significant Paragraphs from Henry George's "Progress & Poverty,in 367,29x

GUTHRIE, James : Our Sham Democracy or The Majority Vote Racket, in 391, 29x.

GUYOT, Yves : The Comedy of Protection,1906, 356 pp 321,24x; Economic Prejudices, 1910,173pp,in 245 24x Labour,Socialism end Strikes,1896,120pp.,in 322 24x. Socialistic Fallacies, 1910, 344pp, 323,24x; The Tyranny of Socialism,1894,304pp, 324, 24x Where end Why Public Ownership Has Failed, 1914,480 pp, 325,29x.

HARDY, George : The Way Out fram the Doom of the Welfare Society,30,24x. Monopoly end the Individual, 31/32,24x. Society in Conflict, together with : The Doom of the Welfare Society, 33-35,24x

HARPER, F.A.: Liberty - A Path to its Recovery, 1949, 150pp,206,24x Why Wages Rise,1957, together with : In Search of Peace,1951, total of 166pp, in 207,24x.

HART, David M.: Gustave de Molinari end the Anti-Etatiste Liberal Tradition,1979,135-136,24x

HAYEK, F.A.: Social Justice, Socia]ism & Democracy CIS, in 396/397, 29x. Der Sozialismus ist nicht halte richtig, sondern ganz falsch. Bad. Ztg., in 425,29x

HAZLITT, Henry : Can we keep free enterprise? in 366 29x; Instead of What? in 347/348,24x; with others on Voluntary Taxation, in 336, 24x.

HEILPERIN, Dr. M.A. : Ein Plan fuer die Wiederherstellung der internationalen Transaktionen in 147/4n

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HEINE.Heinrich : The Liberation, in 203,24x.

HERBERT Auberon : On the Land Question,in 356,29x. The Trué Line of Deliverance,pp.379-414 in 202,36x; A Politician in Sight of Heaven, in "Liberty",Boston, Nos. 47ff, 247-273,29x; vs. Levy: Taxation end Anarchism,in 336,24x.

HERrZKA, Theodor :Freeland - A Social Anticipation,
70-74,24x.
A Visit to Freeland or The New Paradise Regained,
with various com~ents, with the German issue:
Eine Reise nach Freiland, in 402,29x
Freilands Wirtschaftsordnung, Vortrag von 1893,mit
Anm. v. U.v.8eckerath, in 377,24x
Die Gesetze der Sozialen Entwicklung,1886,417,29x

MESS, Karl : The Lawless State, pp.260-293,225,29x.

MESS, Mases : Die letzten Philosophen, 1845 & 1961,16 pp,in 281,24x.

HEYWOOD, Ezra H.: Uncivil Liberty, An Essay to Show the Injustice end Impolity of Ruling Woman without her Consent, 1873, pp.20-112 of 225,29x.

HIRSCH, Max : The Fiscal Superstition,1895 (against protectionism),in 203,24x.

HOBSON, John A.: Richard Cobden - the international man, 1918,418pp, 344,29x; International Trade, an application of economie theory,1904,in 367,29x.

HCOPER, Wynnard : The Influence of State Borrowing on Commercial Crises, in 371, 29x.

HORN, J.E. : Bankfreiheit, 1867, 450 pp,333,29x.

HORIZON,July 80-July81,WIL :Women for Individual Liberty, in 384,29x,

HOWELL, George, MP (1891): Liberty for Labor,pp.109144 of 202,36x.

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HUGGON Jim, ed.: Speakers' Corner, pp.,19;7, 228,29x.

HUMBOLDT Wilhelm v.: Der staat - Ideen zu einem Versuch, dié Grenzen der W irksamke it des St aates zu be

 stimmen,1792, in 395, 29x, I

The Limits of the Effectiveness of the State,1792,
22v~pp 205,24x.
Vom Géiste der Menschlichkeit, ..~
Beckerath, in 426, 29x.

HUMMEL, J.R. & Greenberg, Gary: Drugs, in 15,24x.

IDJTTON,A.W.: The Moral Argument Against Compulsory Vaccination,lB95, in 403,29x,

IGGULDEN, John: Australia as Self-Appointed teut Respected Policeman of the World - Against the Danger of Nuclear Extermination, mainly extracts from his SF novel:"Breakthrough~,on institutionalized tyrannlcide in 12,24x

INDEX, complete, to Astowlding/Analog, by Ashley,Mike & Jeeves, Terry, 413,36x.

INDIVI W AL,THE, Nos. I-III, ed. by Swain,G.W.,in 291, 24x

INDIVIDUALISTISCHER ANARCHISMUS, 1978, 66 S., in 281, 24x,

INF!~ATIoN Newsletter, Riegel's 1942 publication,in 80-82, 24x.

INTERNATIONAL Blacklist, An Anti-Authoritarian Direc tory,~ (left-anarchist), pp 357-389 in 389,29x.

INTERNOSCIA, Jerome : A New Code of International Law, in English, French & Italian,1910,85-95,24x. (If only the libertarian law advocates knew it!)

JAMES, Bob : A Reader of Australian Anarchism,18861896,1979,130pp,in 244,24x.
HELP COMPILE A LIBERTARIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA ON MF!
an anthology,139  mit Anm. von U.von Laissez Faire in eine Autorenauswahl,

KAY, Joseph :Free Trade in Land, 5th. ed.,1880, ed.by his widow, prefaced by John Bright, 361,24x.

KERR, Andrew William : History of Banking in Scotland,l884,3rd. ed. 1918, 340pp,346,29x.

KITSON, Arthur : The Money Ouestion (Monetary Freedom Series ),in 42-44,24x.

KROPOTKIN, Peter : Mutual Aid,1902,396pp,229,29x. Meet Kropotkin,73pp,in 281, 24x.

KROY, Moshe : A Critique of Objectivism, in 27/28,24x.

KUEITEL, Karl, Ing.: Eine neue Grundlage fuer den Aussenhandel - Zur Frage des Interstaatlichen Warenclearings, in 347/348, 24x.

LABADIE, Joseph A.: Cranky Notions, in "Liberty",Boston, Nos. 117ff, 247-273,29x.

LABADIE, Laurance : What Is Man's Destiny? pp.512528 in 390,29x. (Introduced by Mark A. Sullivan.)

LACHMANN, Benedict: Protagoras, Nietzsche, Stirner : Platz dem Egoismus, 71 S.,in 288, 24x.

LAISSEZ FAIRE BCOKS, booklist in 50-54,24x & in 316318,29x. (I want all current libertarian-interest booklists for microfilnung! I might even order some titles!J.Z.)

LAMARTINE, A.v.: Von der Progressivsteuer,1850,(eine fruche Kritik), page 322 of 392,29x.

LAMSZUS, Wilhelm : Das Menschenschlachthaus,1912,in 377, 24x.

LANDAUER, Gustav : Die Abschaffung des Krieges durch die Selbstbestinmung des Volkes,24S.,in 288,24x. Der Marxismus, in 377,24x

LANDRIGHTS LOBBY KIT : Land Rights Now, Extracts with conments by J.Zube, in 402,29x.

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LAND VALUES RESEARCH GROUP : Public Chares Upon Land
Values,1963, in 366,29x.

LAUGHLIN, J.L.: Selections, especially on Legal Tender & Gresham's Law, from his "Principles of Money", 164 pp, 1903, 341,24x.

LAWRENCE, J.B.: On the Land Question, in 356, 29x.

LeFEVRE, Robert, in form of books end pamphlets,still incomplete. Main titles : This Bread Is Mine,1960, with : The Power of Congress, ed. by R.S.Radford,1976, in 161-162,24x; Constitutional Government Today in Soviet Russia, 1962,163,24x; with E'ev. E.A. Opitz : Must We Depend Upon Political Protection? 1962,,with pamphlet "Justice" in 164,24x; The Nature of Man end His Governnent,1970,166,24x; Raising children for Fun end Profit, 168-171,24x.Lift Her Up, Tenderly, 1976, 171-173 24x. LeE'evre's iournal, Winter 73-Fall 78, completé,l7i-176,24x, "fine Tree~ & "Rap",all 4 issues of these 2 journals,l970, in 176/177,24x; the lot in 156-177,24x.

LEITCH, John : Man to Man, the Story of Industrial Democracy,1920,280pp,298,24x,

LEO XIII,Pope : Encyclical letter,discussed by Henry George, in 367,29x.

LERNZIEL ANARCHIE, Nr.1-8,388 S.,in 283-285,24x.

LESSING G.E.: Ernst und Falk, Gespraeche ueber Freimaurer,i777-1780, in 416,29x.

LEVY,J.H. vs.HERBERT,Auberon : Taxation & Anarchism,
in 336 24x.
Levy, i.H.: Politics end Disease,1906, with :
Short Studies in Economic Subjects,1903,and with :
Individualism & the Land Question, with others,l912,
in 403,29x; with K.B. Bax : Socialism & Individua-
lism; end, as ed.,A Symposium on the Land Question,in
356,29x.

LEY, Henry W.: On the Land Question, in 356,29x.

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LIBERTARIAN Alliance, U.K.,:5 leaflets,in 424,29x

LIBERTARIAN ANTHOLOGY,by Libertarian Bookhouse,Bombay pp.169-259 in 392,29x,

LIBERTARIAN BOOK LISTS & BOOK SOURCES,a preliminary compilation, 50-54,24x; Liberty Bookstore, The Alternative Bookshop, Laissez Faire Books etc.316-318,29x.

LIBERTARIAN DIGEST,USA :Jan.-Aug.81,in 389,29x.

LIBERTARIAN ESSAY COLLECTION: ~Individualist ~larchist Pamphlets".1867-1904,an Arno Press/N.Y.Times ed. , in the series:The Right Wing Individualist Tradition in America, with Karl Hess: The Lawless State 225,29x

LIBERTARIAN INTERNATIONAL, some leaflets & letters to, in 388,29x.

LIBERTAS, the German issue of "Liberty",Nos.1-8,in 247-273,29x.

LIBERTAS REVIEW newsletter of Society for Libertarian Life,3 samplés,in 182,24x.

LIBERTY, Boston, edited by Benjamin R. Tucker,complete set,with 8 issues of German counterpart LIBERTAS Nos.1-403,on 27 microfiche,in 247-273,29x,at special price $20,with Wendy McElroy's p r i n t e d index: $50, in lots of 10 : only S 15 ea.Get Liberty moving & to move you! This set alone would make the purchase, at least of a 2nd.-hand microfiche reading machine worthwhile!

LIBERTY CLASSICS: literature list,in 300,29x.

LODGE, Sir Oliver: Public services versus Private Expenditure,in :Socialism & Individualism,Fabian Socialist Series No.3,in 340,36x.

LONDON,Jack : The Scab,in 203,24x.(Best short defence that I know.)

WITH MICROFICHE TO THE STARS! Ask NASA for theirsl
20 LOOMIS, Mildred, reviewing :Anna George-Demille : "Henry George:Citizen of the World",on pp 275-302 of 381/382,36x. Several other of her essays cen be found in 55/56,24x.

LOOMPANICS, booklists in 50-54,24x & 316-318,29x, 1982 catalogues in 414,36x. (Their "anything goes" listing of unusual books would better get only into the hands of responsible people.)

LYTTLETON,Alfred : The Law of Trade Combinations, 1894,in 371,29x.

MacCALLUM, Spencer H.:The Art of Community,1970,an Institute for Humane Studies publication (when will it,& others,start to offer all their publications on microfiche,too?),in 107/108,24x.

MACKAY GESELLSCHAFT : ~Lernziel Anarchie", Nr. 1-8, 388 S.,in 283-285,24x; Brauchen Sie einen Vormund? in 291,24x; Nachwort zu :Muelberger,Arthur: P.J. Proudhon,Leben u. Werk, 293,24x; Aufsatz u. Literaturliste, in 300,29x; Offener Brief an Bundespraesident Carstens,20pp' with "Zur Sache",Nor.1,16pp,,in 332,24x. See also Mackay,J.H. & Solneman,K.H.Z.

MACKAY, John Henry : Der Freibeitssucher, 1920,260pp, 186,24x; Max Stirner. Sein Leben und sein Werk,1897, 291 S.,280,24x; Abrechnung - Randbemerkungen zu Leben~~ und Arbeit, 192 S.,in 282,24x; Max Stirner: Kleinere Schriften & Entgegnungen, herausgegeben von J.H.M., 1914,335,29x.

MACKAY,Thomas, editor : A Plea for Liberty, with contributions by Herbert Spencer, Auberon Herbert et al, 1891,414pp, with his own essay: "Investment" on pp. 227-260, 202,36x; A Policy of Free Exchange, various authors,l894,contains his own essay :~The Interest of the Working Class in Free Exchangen, 371,29x,

MAITLAND, William :The Coming Industrial Struggle, 1894, in 371,29x.

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MALLETT, Bernard :The Principle of Progression in Taxation,1894,in 371,29x.

MAXWELL, Jocelyn :Economics Made Easy,pp.456-490 in 390,29x; ed.:"Horizon",WIL,384,29x.

McGLYNN,Edward : Doctrinal statement - discussed by Henry George in 367,29x.

McKENNA,J.M.: Industrial Democracy, in 411,29x.
MANIS,Rod, & Don ERNSBERGER: Property in a Free Society, in 14,24x.

MELDRUM,Bill :Managing Employee Involvement, based on New Zealand Case Studies, in 378-380,29x.

MENCKEN, H.L. 6 LaMONTE,R.R.: Men versus The Man (correspondence on state socialism ),209,24x.

MESSER,Max : Max Stirner,1904,77pp,in 328,24x.

MEULEN,Henry : 3 pamphlets :.Monetary Reform Proposals", "Free Banking" & ~Individualist Anarchism~,in 45,24x; ~Banking end the Social Problem",1909,17pp,in 320,24x; Peace through enlightenment on individualism,Henry Meulen speaking: in 12,24x. (Wanted: Most of his back issues of The Individualist & his collection of freedom sayings,& his collection of rare books on » netary freedom - excellent photocopies would do - also MacMillan's reproduction permission for Meolen's monumental ~Free Banking~, all for filming in this series unless someone else is willing to do the job.J.Z.;

MILHAUD, Edgard :Goldburgfriede u. internationales Clearing.Plan fuer die Wiederherstellung des internationalen Handels. Genft 1933, 360,24x; A Gold Truce,1933,159pp (monetary freedom series),in 299,36x; with other authors : Zahlungeverkehr, Einkaufsscheine und Arbeitsbeschaffung, ein Sa~melband ueber Geldfreibeit,1934,316 S. 347/348,24x, enthaelt seine Aufsaetze: Werden die massgebenden Stellen und endlich hoeren? und : Gleichzeitige Schaffunq von Arbeitsceleaenheit sowieso RIGHTS, A: an international journal of proprietary property rights, since 1979,HAP/9. (Sometimes, the more you monopolize an item, the less successful you will be in penetrating your potential marke".) PRO8LEMS OF COMMUNISM,vols.1-15,1952-1966,$122,C/2; (At least another 5 microfilm publishers got into the act for these end later issues,with roll film end fiche. Shop around, using Meckler's guides!) PROUDHON, CAHIERS W CERCLE PROUDHON, Paris,1912-14.
 

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QUADRANT, Assn. for Cultural Freedom, Sydney, since 1956, fiche. First by Microsystem then Pace Micrographics or Pascoe P/L ? Some of the 197B issues that I had ordered were imperfect & need refilming.

RADICAL PAMPHLETS, from tbe Tamiment Library, inclu-
de anarchistic ones, 1817-1970, 90 reels,35mm,$2.250,
Microfilm Corpl of Am.
RADICAL RIGHT AND PATRIOTIC MovEMENTs IN G.8.,since
1942. Harvester Press, on fiche.
RAMPART JOURNALS OF INDIVI W ALIST THQUGHT, 1965-68,
UM/1
REASON, A National News Review, 527.50,MCL/1, on 9,
S5 p.a., since 77,UM
RETORT an anarchist review 8eareville, N.Y.,1942-
51,appiy NPL/1, 513,GW/9.(Sée W.O.Reichert, partisans
of freedom, p. 534. )
RIGHT WING COLLECTION , THE, of the University of Io-
wa libraries. More than 900 titles, approx. 385 000
pages, include anarchist, racist, anti-communist,
conservative titles, also libertarian ones, from 1920
-1975 teut mainly from 1950 through the seventies.
175 réels,35 mm Microfilm Corp. of Am.,$6210.
ROAD TO GREEDOM 1924-32,all publications, $43,GW/1.
(Also discusses the individualists,acc.to Reichert.)
ROGERS, J.E.T.: The Economic Interpretation of Histo-
ry,1888,New Univ.Press,$8,fiche
ROSCHER, William : Principles of Political Economy,
Chicago,1882,$39,50,MLM/9
SAMIZDATA DOCUMENTS, 30 vols.,Sfr.900,IDC/9
SAY,Jean-8aptiste: Treatise on Political Economy,
8Oston 1821,$22.50 MIM/9
SCHISM, Mt. Vernon 1975-77,$7.50 p.a.,P/9; 1969-78
$ 8,60p.a.,MML/9
SHELLEY, Percy B. : Works
SINGLE TAX,THE, (Land Values),Glasgow,1894-1914, 8 B, BNN/1
SMILES, Samuel : The Huguenottes, Their Settlements,, 1867,PHS/1
SMITH, James A.: The Growth & Decadence of Constitutional Government,1972,$12/UWP/9
SOROKIN.Pitirim : 1) Contemporary Sociological Theories; 2) Tne Sociology of Revolution, Philadelphia,1925, MIM/9

SOUND CURRENCY, vol.I-II, April 91-March 1905, lacks June 91,35mm,$50, Brookhaven Press.( Filmed crosswise, so I have to cut & jacket the fiLm or get myself a rollfilm reader. Mayte it contains other treasures like DeWitt Warner's The Currency Famine of 1893.) SPENCER, Herbert, Fawcet, Henry et al: John Stuart Mill - His Life & Work, Boston,1873, $7.50,MIM/9;

An Autobiography, N.Y.,1904, $ 48.50,MIM/9;

The Man Versus The State, a collection of essays with critical comments, N.Y.,1916,$ l5,MIM/9;

Facts & Comments,Appleton,1902, 315pp,UM;

Einleitung in das Studium der Soziologie, Leipaig, Brockhaus,1875, DLC;

Essays, Speculative & Practical, N.Y., Fitzgerald, 1885,53pp,UM;
Illustrations of Universal Progress, N.Y.,Appleton, 1884,IV,454pp,UM;
The Gist of Herbert Spencer, Girard, Kan., by Julius Haldeman, ca. 1924, 64pp, DLC;
First Principles, N.Y., Appleton,1912, W;
Various Fragments, N.Y.,Appleton,1914,VII,w63pp,UM; Recent Discussions in Science, Philosophy & Morals, N.Y.,Appleton,1871,234pp,DLC;
The Data of Ethics, DLC & UM
SQUARE DEAL, Open Shop Movement,1905-16
STANDARD,THE, (Henry George),vols.1-12 (au publ.), N.Y.,1887-1892,3 reels,S126,Kraus,MIM :$130.
.THOREAU SOCIETY BULLETIN, UM/9, 5 5 TOCQUEVILLE, Alexis d : Memoirs Sur Le Pauperisme, 1915, Sl.20/MHA/9 TRUTHSEEKER, THE, a magazine for freethinkers,l873l911,anarchistic at least between 1873 & 1879. (See Reichert ibid p.362.) TUCKER,B R.:Hénry George,Traitor,N.Y.,Tucker,1896,
UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS,UM/1, from 1979,UM/9

VOLTAIRE : OURVRAGES SUR VOLTAIRE,1788-1826, 151 microfiche,l800 frames, Microeditions Hachette

WESTERN WORLD REVIEW, selections from the first 12 volumes, some 40 issues, 24x to 48x, only as a set, libraries S 60, individuals $30, including first cl. postage. Current printed issues will be filmed later. So far only from : Robert Sagehorn, Western World Press, P.O. Box 366, Sun City, Calif., USA,92381.

WILSON,G.: The Land Rights of Individuals among the Kyakyusa EP/7 (?) WOLLSTONÉCRAFT, Mary : A Vindication of the Rights of Woman,1792, 39/SF/9 WOMEN'S RIGHTS PAMPHLETS, 117 between 1814 & 1912, The Cornell University Collection, P/9 - $212 WOMEN'S RIGHTS SERIES, offering at least 13 magazine titles, S 475/GW/9

PLEASE INFORM LMP OF MISSING OR INCORRECTLY LISTED OR GROUPED TITLES! J.Zube,3/8/83

LIBERTARIAN MICROFICHEPUBLISHING STRIVES TO PROVIDE,
in collaboration with all interested freedom seekers:

    a) a number of new libertarian reference works,
    b) a comprehensive,international, multilingual,decentralized libertarian library service by mail,which only sells microfiche duplicates,as cheaply as possible, and, finally :
    c) a comprehensive and modern libertarian information service or market for all libertarian ideas, projects, references, talents and interested people, that would, finally, tering demand end supply in this sphere together (Compare the Super-Computer Project in Peace Plans 20/21 end the Ideas Archive in Peace Plans 183.)
LITERATURE FROM OTHER MICROFILM-PUBLISHERS

II.
A N A R C H I S M & L I B E R A R I A N I S M
O F T H E L E F T
of Communists, Collectivists, Socialists, Syndicalists,Municipalists etc. : Syndicalism, Communist Anarchism, Social Anarchism,Libertarian Socialism,
Revolutionary Anarchism, etc.,usually full of animosity against many kinds of private end individual property, competition, free pricing, the market, cor-
porations & profit, anti-capitalistic and anti-american, by people who consider themselves as activists and as practica! men, who are proud of their humanism & even their emotional convictions.But they are all enemies of the State,most of them also of religion and they are full of information on a more simple, natural and self-directed life.

L M P would like to see some o t h e r microfilmpublisher specialize on this kind of literaturel

A NEW GUIDE FROM MECKLER PUBLISHING : MICROFORM RE-
SEARCH COLLECTIONS, a guide,l983, Mai 1983, 1200 pp,
Price : S 124. It maY list still more freedom titles.
ALARM, Working People's International Association, 1884-1889
L'ANARCHIE, Paris, 1905-1916;05-15,apply ACR/1
ANARCHIE,L', Journal de l'ordre, Paris, avr-mai,1959, Nos.1-2, ACR
ANARCHIST, Berlin, 1-5 No.7,1903-1907,apply CRL/1
ANARCHIST BLACK CROSS BULLETIN,1974-76
ANARCHIST, Organ zur Propaganda des Anarchismus & So-
zialismus, vol. 1-3, 1909-1911, apply CRL/1
ANARCHIST PRESS IN Britain, Harvester Press, 35mm
all publications of Freedom Press,1928-1976, $1220
ANARCHY,vo. I,No.1-10,1971/2
ANARKHICHESKII VESTNIK, Berlin 1923/4
ANARKHIST, Organ Russkikh Anarkbistov-Kommunistov, 1907-1910, Geneva etc.
ATELIER, L', HeLdomadaire syndicaliste,Paris,1920-23
AUTONOMIE, 1-8 No.212,1886-April 22,1893,CRL

BAKOUNINE, M.A. : A Mes Amis Russes Et Polonais,1862
BATAILLE SYNDICALISTE, Paris,1911-1920, MIM/1,S818
BEZNACHALIE, Izdanie Anarkhistov-Kommunistov, Paris-Geneve,1905
- 54 BEZ RULIA,Organ Anarkbistov, Paris, No.1,1908,apply
RP/1
BLACK FLAG,1974-1976,HP/9
BLACK & RED OUTLCOK, monthly, Anarchist Syndicalist
Alliance, London,1971-72,HP
BREAD AND FREEDOM, Philadelphia,1906,J/1
BULLETIN de la Federation Jurassienne de L'Associa-
tion Internationale des Travailleurs,1972-78,Bakunist
BUNTAR, Listok Russikh Anarkhistov-Kommunistov,Gene-
va, 1906, Geneva, 1909

CATHOLIC WORKER,1933-67,GW/9,$145
CFTC. Le Syndicalisme Chretien, Paris, 1933-36
CFTC SYNDICALISME, Paris,1936-1940
CHALLENGE, A Libertarian Weekly, 1938-39, all public., NY,GW/,1, S 25
COMBATTANT SYNDICALISTE Limoges,1936-37,
COMMONWEAL,1885-1894.Thé official organ of the London Socialist Leage, advocating revolutionary international socialism and also, in later years, anarchism, communism, 2 reels, Microform Ltd.
CRI W PEUPLE, HeLdomadaire Syndicaliste Revolutionaire, Paris,1929-31, (Le Cri du Peuple!)
CRI W POPULAIRE, Le, Socialisme, Syndicalisme,Cooperation, Bordeaux,1929-34
(By the way : The French are far along the way of
putting a11 their literature on microfilm!!!)

ETENDARD REVOLUTIONAIRE, Le, Organe anarchiste hebdomadaire,1882, Remplace Le Droit Sociale,apply ACR/1

FANAL, Anarchistische Monateschrift,1926-1931
FEUILLE, La, Socialiste, syndicaliste, revolutionaire
Paris,1916-18
FREEDOM, A Journal of Anarchist Communism, London,
1866-1927,1930-1936, L 13.50 per reef, BNN/1
As above : 1906-June 1916,$ 150,DA/l,or apply CRL/1
FREEDOM, an anarchist monthly,l933-34,all publicat.,
GW/9, $20
FREE LABOUR GAZETTE, 1894-1896. The organ of the Na-
tional Free Labour Association. It insisted "upon the right of every working man to do what he pleases with his own labour~. It was particularly hostile to the militant leaders of the new unions since it sought to free labour from the tyranny of these "socialist agi-tators.. 1 reef, Microforms Ltd.
FREIE ARBETER, DER, Berlin, communist-anarchistic,
1919-1924,with gaps,1 reef, 525,Hoover
FREIE ARBEITER STIMME, Free Voice of Labour,N.Y.1943
-45  FREIE GENERATION,DIE, Berlin,vols.1-2,July 1906-June
1908, apply NPL/1
FREILEIT, N.Y.,1883-1909, probably Most's.See Rei-
chert, Partisans,p.375.
FRONT NATIONAL-SYNDICALISTE,~L'ASSAULT",Paris,1933-34

GIRARD, A : Anarchists & Bandits, Paris, Les Temps
Nouveaux, 1914, CP/1, 1 microfiche

HARMCNIE. Recueil littéraire publiant les ocavres des jeunes écrivans de langue francaise.Dir. Eugine Buré,oct. 1891- aout 1892 ( 1-11), devenue: Philosophie libertaire. HARMONIE. Revue sociale et litéraire 1892-93, No.12-20, ACR/1 HOMME ENCHAINE, L', journal quotidie du matin,red.en chef G. Clemenceau,Paris,1914-1917. (Anarchist or only the name in conmon with the following?) HOME ENCHAINE,L', Paris, 1915-17,incomplete, continued as L'Homme Libre HOMMF. LIBRE, Paris,1917-18, incomplete. HGMME LIBRE,L', Red. en chef G. Clemenceau,Paris,1914 -17 & 1924. (?) HOMME LIBRE L' HOMME LIBRE L' Paris, 1888 HOMME LIBRE, Brussels, 1891-92 Dir. Louis Blanc,Paris,1876-77 Ni Dieu, ni maitre, Dir. E. Vaillant, rWw : Industrial Workers of the World INDUSTRIAL PIONEER,1921-1926,GW/9
INDUSTRIAL SOLIDARITY, Chicago,1909-1931,incomplete. Formerly: Solidarity; Defence News Bulletin, New Solidarity. vo. 1-9,N.S.nos.1-684, all public.; lacks 1 year & several issues. 7 reels, $ 294,Kraus/1
INDUSTRIAL UNION BULLETIN,Chicago 1907-1909,$50,GW/1 INDUSTRIAL UNIONIST,Portland Oregon,1925-26,$50 GW/1 INDUSTRIAL UNION NEWS, Detroit, Nos.1-251,1912-i924, all public.,$ 45,MIM
INDUSTRIAL WORKER,Spokane,Wash.,1903-1913,$130,GW/1 INDUSTRIAL WORKER,1921-1926, $45,GW/9.(Compare :Industrial Pioneer!)
56 INDUSTRIAL WORKER, formerly: Weekly Industrial Worker, vol.4-70,lacks 6 issues,Seattle,Chicago etc., 1922-1973,13 reels,S525, Kraus ONE BIG UNION MONTHLY (IWW),1919-21 & 1927-28,$43,MIM.
INTERNATIONAL ANARCHIST, L', Marseille,1886.
INTERNATIONAL WORKINGMEN'S ASSOCIATION, papers,1868-
1887

KHLEB I VOLIA, Paris,1909

LIBERTAIRE, Le, Paris,1895-1914, 1919-1939, 1944-1956, 1968-71, $985, MIM/1,
LIBERTY, A Journal of Anarchist Co~munism, London, 1894-1896, all public.,$24,GW/1, or MIM
LISTOK GRUPPY BEZNACHALIE; IZDANIE ANARKHISTOV KOMMUNISTOV Paris 1905.
LOMBROSO, Cesaré : Etudes de Sociologie. Les Anarchestes, Paris, E. Flammarion,1896, 3 fiche,$9,BN, CPC/9 ~

MAN, a journal of the anarchist ideal end movement, 1933-40, all publications, 1 reel, Kraus: 042,GW:$50, MIM:$53,apply NPL/1.
MARTINAGE, R.: Syndicalisme et Socialisme Agraire, 1899-1914,
MEIKLEJOHN CIVIL LIBERTIES LIBRARY: Numerous publications. Probably rather modern liberal than individualist or collectivist anarchist. Judged generally, by the civil liberties movement, their economics tends
to be rather statist/collectivist. In short: details unknown.
MISERE, La, Organ Anarchiste Bi-Mensuel,Brussels,1892
MODERN UTOPIAN,The,1966-1971.
MOTHER EARTH, A Libertarian Farm Paper, devoted to the Life of Thorea w fan Anarchy, vol.1 No.1-17,1933-1934, all public., veld with Western Progressive Farme<, S 27,GW/1.
MOTHER EARTH BULLETIN,N.Y.,1906-18,all publications,
090,GW/9, $108,MIM/9,

NABAT, Organ Rusakikh Anarkhistov-Communistov,Paris, 1914-16. NETTLAU, Max : Michael Bakunin, eine Biographie,London,1296pp,1 reef, S 40,CPC/1 NI DIEU,NI MAITRE,A.Blanqui,Paris,1880-1899, 57
NOYVI MIR : Organ Gruppy Anarkhistov-Kommunist sindicalistov~paris'No.l~l9o5,Apply RP/1.

PALIJ, Michael : The Anarchism of Nestor Makno,19181921: An Aspect of the Ukrainian Revolution,1977 440 pp, 5 fiche, $ 30,UWP/9.
PAMPILLETS ON THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR,123 vols 1936-39 28/LOC/1. ' PEUPLE, Le, Quotidien des syndicalisme,puis organe officiel de la CGT,Paris, manv.1921-6 juin 1940,ACR. ,
QUESTIONE SQCIALE,La, Organo communiste anarchico Florence, Italy,Dec.1883-Aug.1884,1 reel,~13.50,BNN/1
QUESTION SOCIALE,La, advocate of anarchist communism Nos.1-127,1895-99, $ 60,DA/1.
QUESTION SOCIALE,La, Revue mensuelle de sociologie anarchiste, Brussels,1890-94.

RADICAL PERIODICALS IN THE US & GB. POLITICS,1944-49,GW/9. (Comp.Reichert,Partisans,543.)
REBEL,Boston,1895-95,all public.,MIM/9:$18;GW/9.$20.
(Compare :Reichert,W.O.: Partisans of Freedom,441.)
RETORT,an anarchist review, GW $25.
REVEIL ANARCHISTE, Paris,1913-i4.
REVUE LIBERTARIE,La,Paris 1893-94,1 fiche,Clearwater
REVUE SOCIALISTE,SYNDICALISTE ET COOPERATIVE,La,Pa-
ris,1885-1914,MIM/1,$1,567.
REVUE DU TRAVAIL,La, Revue syndicaliste bimensuelle
Paris,1919-21.
REVUE UNIVERSELLE, puis socialiste, syndicaliste et cooperative, 1895-1914.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY LITERATURE COLLECTION, includes
anarchist titles, 35mm, Research Publications,1,168 titles l - $1500.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR PAMPHLET COLLECTION,1936-39,$75,DA/1
SPANISH REVOLUTION,1-2,No.12,United Libertarian Org. 1936-38,all public.,$29. In: Radical Periodicals in the US,GW/1,9, embracing 108 titles.From MIM/1 :$39.
SWOBODA, Liberty,N.Y.,l,nos.2-4 1944,CRL.
SYNDICALISME,CFDT,Laurent Lucas Paris,1968-79,35mm, $388,MIM/1.
Syndicalisme,Paris,1944-49,missing Nov.28 & Dec.3,44: $30,HO/1. SYNDICALIST Chicago,1910-13,all public.,$12,MIM/9,
SYNDICALIST,The, London,1912-14.
SYNDICALISME REVOLUTIONNAIRE,Le, Paris,1921-22. It pays to shop around for microfiche!
TOILER, A Monthly Review of International Syndicalism, Kansas City,1913-l5,all publ.,MIM,$18,GW/1:520. TOLSTOY,Leo :Complete Works,N.Y.,1904/5,24 v. TORCH,THE (Torch of Anarchy), a revolutionary journal of anarchist-communism,London,1894-96,33ft.L13.50 reel,BNN/1 VANGUARD, an anarchist-communist joornal,1932-39,all public.,GW/9:525; MIM/9 :621.

III.
PROGRESSIVE CO-OPERATIVES, SELF-MANAGEMENT, INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY, GANG WORK,
GROUP CONTRACTING, etc. :

ALGERIA: Chamber de Commerce et d' industrie: Les Cooperatives et L'Algerie, 1969, SF 9/IDC/9. BLAETTER FUER GENOsSE~;~lUU~r9W~sEN,1873-1941. BOMBAY COOPERATIVE OUARTERLY,1917-45,inoomplete. BRIGHTHAM, Thomas M. :The LSD, Indonesia's Voluntary Village Level Self-Help Program, 1962,SF 7.00/IDC/9. COOPERATIVE CONGRESS, Reports,1831-32,545,CPC/1. CO-OPERATOR, 1898-1906. CO-OPERATOR,Auburn,Washington,1923-24. CRISIS & NATIONAL COOPERATIVE TRADES UNION GAZETTE, 1832-34,London,all public.,GW/9,$25. (According to U.v.Beckerath,this magazine contains,in a letter,the first suggestion for an advance order system for consumer requirements,to help reduce unemployment.) ECONOMIST, a periodical paper explanatory of the new system of society projected by Robert Owen,1821-22, all publ.,$17/GW/9; $21/MIM/1 HATTA, Mohammad : The Co-operative Movement as an Institution for teaching auto-activity & a high economic character,speech,8.8.1955,SF 7.00/IDC/9. By the same author 5 more titles on the coop movement are offered. HOLYOAKE PAPERS,THE, 1835-1906,from the Cooperative Union Library,Manchester.The general correspondence of G.J` Holyoake,18 reels,Microforms Ltd. HOLYOAKE PAPERS,1835-1905, from the Bishopsgate Institute, London, manuscript diaries,lecture notes, mise. cuttings & manuscripts relating to G.J. Holyoake, 9 reels, Microforms Ltd. HOLYOAKE PAPERS,1831-1906, 28 reels,CPC,$1259.
The trend is towards microfiche, exit newspapers.
HUBERT-VALLEOUX,P.: Les Associations Cooperatives en France et A L'Etranger,1884,$10.80/MHA/g. INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE : Cooperative Information, since 1924. Plus 3 more such titles from the same office, 2 in French, one in English. JORDAN, Department of Cooperative Societies, Annual Report, 2 vols.,1953-55, IDC/9. LEAGUE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY: ~Industrial Democracy~,1932-38, $38/GW/9. Also : "L.I.D. Monthly, 1922-32, $14/GW/9. LONDON COOPERATIv-E MAGAZINE,1826-1830,all pub.,MIM/l; $24/GW/9. * OWEN,Robert: Correspondence & Papers,1825-56. 1 reef, $45,CPC/1, 1 reef MIM. Also : "Ne~w Moral World", 1834-1845,$102/GW/9. OWEN's,Robert, Millenial Gazette,HP. OWENITE MINUTE BOOKS,1838-1845,HP/1,$ 80. RAVNHOLT,Henning : The Danish Cooperative Movement. In Indonesian!,1954. RENUE NATIONALE, previoualy L'Europeen,1831-1848, incomplete,ACR/l,founded by Buchez. (May contain more of his ideas on open cooperatives.) ROCHDALE EOUITABLE PIONEERS, papers from the Cooperative Union Library, Manchester, 6 Toad Lane Museum, Rochdale, tracing the founding & development of this striving cooperative society,which became the model for cooperative societies the world over. Microforms Ltd.,1 reel,CPC/1,$45. SAINT SIMONIENS,Les,1825-34, 271 microfiche, 3000 fr., Microeditions Hachette. WALRAS, L.: Les associations populaires de consommation, de production et de credit, 1865, Paris, $6/MHA/9. *) NEW HARBINGER,a journal of the cooperative movement,Ann Arbor,UM/9, $5 p.a.

I believe that many of the friends of cooperatives are economically on the wrong track (with their exaggerated egalitarianism & majoritarianism). But by far not all! Many would maximize individual responsibility, initiative and property right send decision making, thus abolishing the distinction between "capitalistic" and "socialistic" enterprises. LMP intends to offer many more titles on this subject. Filmable material is welcomed! I want at least my grandchildren (none as yet) to have a chance to work in an ideal productive cooperative! JZ. 4/8/83.
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IV.

PEACE PUBLICATIONS ON MlCROFILM  produced by OTHER publishers than L.M.P.:
Only few of these will have libertarian tendencies. The only libertarian peace publication I really know & appreciate is "Peace Plans"! J.Z.

AMERICAN ADVOCATE OF PEACE,1834-36,$5/CPC/9.
ARCHIVES OF WAR RESISTERS INTERNATIONAL,1921-74,HP/9,
S555 -
CALUMET,1831-35 $15/CPC/9. *
CONTRE LA GUERRÉ, journal bi-mensuel,Dir. Charles Rap-
poport,1912-13.
FRIEND OF PEACE,1820-27,$32/CPC/9.
FRIEDENSSTIMME,Halbstadt, Russia (German Mennonites),
1909-1914. -
FRONT MONDIAL (Weltfront-Worldfront),1933, devenue:
Front Mondial. Contre la guerre et le fascisme,1933-
35, Fond. Henry 8arbusse, Paris.
HARBINGER OF PEACE,1828-31,$17/CPC/9.
*CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, pamphlets, 1914-37. INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIONS, since 1974, apply GB/9.

INTERNATIONAL PEACE RELATIONS PAMPHLET MATERIAL : World Peace Foundation,1911-1917 League of Nations, 1917-1923 World Peace Foundation,1923-30 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,1914-37. INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH,$4.60 p.a.,UM/9. LIBRARY OF WORLD PEACE STUDIES,The, Ed. by W. F. Kuehl. See : American Advocate of Peace; American Arbitration end Peace Congress; Calumet; Friend of Peace,Harbinger of Peace; Viet Report. NEWSPEACE, since 1971,from 1975:UM/9. PAIX ET LIBERTE, Organe du Comite National du luste contra la guerre et le facisme. Fonde per Henry 8arbusse,1935-39. Voir aussi: Front Mondial. ACR. PATRIE HUMAINE,La, Le grand hebdomaire du pacifisme, Paris,1933-39,No.64-355,ACR. PEACE,1963-69,UM. PEACE FORUM,1912-15, in prep.,CPC/9. PEACE & FREEDQM, UM.
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PEACEMAKER, UM.
PEACE MovEMENT`The, International Peace Bureau '8erne'
1912-14,$27/CPC/9.
PEACE NEWS, 1936-1974, 1l35/HP/l~l975-78'l42/Hp/l.
PEACE PALACE LIBRARY, The Hague, Index to the Perio-
dicals Collection, Card Catalog, Subjects, 700/CPC/9.
PEACE RESEARCH,since 1969, 36.20 p.a.,9,UM & MML.
PESSIS,J.F.: Les Petites Revues Pacifistes Politico-
Literaire en France,1916-20, 3.20/FNF/9.
ROUSSEAU, Jean J.: Extrait du Projet de Paix Perpe-
tuelle de M. L'Abbe de Saint Pierre,1761 F24/MHA/9.
STANLEY FOUNDATION PUBLICATIONS, 80 fiché, over 75
titles, $195, Wm.S.Hein & Co.Inc., UN-ideas.
STEAD, W.T.: How Not to Make Peace,London,1900,104pp,
Sfr.56/IDC/8.
STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
(SIPRI) : The Problem of Chemical end Biological War-
fare,6 vols.,apply OMP/9. Offers altogether over
100 microfiche.
STUDENT PEACE UNION, Bulletin, UM.
VIET REPORT,1965-68,$15/CPC/9.
WAR AGAINST WAR, a chronicle of the international
crusade of peace,l899.
WAR/PEACE REPORT,UM, see International Interactions.
WAR RESISTERS INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES,1921-24,$555,HP.
WAR RESISTERS LEAGUE: WRL News,UM/9, $ 5p.a.
WIN MAGAZINE,N.Y.,UM/9, $ 5 p.a.
WORLD ARMAMENTS AND DISARMAMENT,yearbcok,1968-78,0MP
9, published by SIPRI.
WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE & FREEDQM,
papers,l915-1978,35~m,,MC.
WORLD FOR PEACE & DEMDCRACY, American League for
Peace end Democracy, formerly: Fight Against War &
Fashism,for Peace & Democracy, vols. 1-6, all publ.,
N.Y.,1933-39,1 reel,$42,Kraus. (com~unist?)
WORLD PEACE FOUNDATION,1911-1917.
SAINT PIERRE, Castel de, Abbe Charles Irene : Projet
pour rendre la paix perpetuelle en Europe, Utrecht,
1713, 847pp,F120/MHA/9.
Same : Projet de traite pour rendre la paix perpetuelle outre les souvereins chretiens, pour maintenir tonjour le commerce libre entre les nations, Utrecht, 1717, 489pp, F72/MHA/9.
NATIONAL ARBITRATION AND PEACE CONGRESS, proceedings,
1907,09,11,13,15,$40/CpC/9.

PEACE VIA MICROFICHE!

 E U T O P I A S :
UTOPIAS OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT, series, 44 in all,also veld singly: $ 650/MHA/9, all in French & only up to the 18th. century. (Utopies au siecle des Lumieres.) Bibliography by Albert Soboul. m e following authors are included : Berington,Simon Brancas-Villeneuve, Abbe Andre Francois de Castilhon, Jean-Loui Coyen,Abbe Gabriel-Francois Deefontaines,Abbe Pierre-Francois Guyot Foigny, Gabriel de Gueudeville, Nicolas Jaunez-Sponville, Pierre-Ignace & Nicolas Bugnet LaDixmerie, Nicolas B. de Lassay (Armand-Leon de Madaillon de Lesparre) Lecainski, Stanislas, roi de Pologne Legrand, Marc-Antoine Ligneville, Adre de, Jean-Francois Le Mercier de la Riviere Lesconvel, Pierre de Luchet (Jean-Pierre-Louis de la Roche Du Maine) Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Chamberlain de Martigny, Comte de Mercier, Louis-Sebastien More, Thomas & Nicolas Guedeville Mbrelly Moutonnet de Clairfons,Julien-Jacques Pechmaja, Jean de Retif de la Bretonne, N.E. Rustain de Saint-Jory, Louis Saige, Joseph Say, Jean-Baptiste Serane, Abbe Philippe Tiphaigne de la Roche, = _ Tyssot de Patot,Simon Vairasse D'Allais,Denis Varennes de Mondasse Villeneuve, N.de.
UTOPIAN LITERATURE, pre 1900 imprints,462 utopian titles, l500-1899, on 1990 microfiche, with bibliographical guide,,MC/9 : Ser.A:1500-1759,$1400,Ser.B., 1760-1879, 5 1250, Ser.C: 1880-1899,$1250.

I wish I had the tim_ & money to reed th_m all!J~.

MORE,Thomas & Jacques,Henry de Saint-Pierre: Voyage a l'isles d'utopie, Paris, Delagrave~l888~3l7p, 4

fiche,$12/BN/CPC/9. WILLIAMS, Aaron : The Harmony Society at Economy, Penna.,1966,$4/AT/1.

VI. SCIENCE FICTION ON MICROFILM (a very big hobby horse of Joern's)

GREENWCOD, series I, of 15 titles : S 1,750.00 : AMAZING STORIES; AMAZING STORIES ANNUAL; AMAZING STORIES OUARTERLY; COMET;COSMIC STORIES; DYNAMIC SF STORIES; EXTRAPOLATION; FANTASTIC ADVENTURES; MIRACLE STORIES;*SCIENCE FICTION; SCIENCE FICTION OUARTERLY; SCIENCE WONDER STORIES; SCIENCE WONDER QUARTERLY; STIRRING SCIENCE STORIES. *) PLANET STORIES; Series II, coveringl93b-78,on 78 reels,costs $3985! end includes : AMAZING SCIENCE FICTION; ASTONISHING STORIES; FANTASTIC STORIES; STARTLING STORIES; THRILLING WONDER STORIES & EXTRAPOLATION.

SCIENCE FICTION SOURCES ON MICROFICHE, selected by
George Hay, Prof. T.A. Shippey & C.R. Steele ,with
a selection of art. fiction & autobiographical mate-
rial, OMP :
NEW WORLDS,1946-71, ca. 50 fiche, IMPULSE,Nos.1-12
ca. 20 fiche, VECTOR, Nos.1-74, ca. 39 fiche, SPECU-
LATION, Nos.1-33, ca. 19 fiche, NEW WORLDS,1946-64
SCIENCE FANTASY,1950-66, SCIENCE FICTION COMMENTARY,
1967-, THE ALIEN CRITIC, ALGOL, BRITISH SCIENCE
FICTION ASSOCIATION. Apply OMP/9.

ASTOUNDING/ANALOG: Index: Nov.1953-Aug.1963,L 3 37.50 OMP/9. ' ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION,1930-60,apply UM/1. ANALOG,SCIENCE FACT-SCIENCE FICTION,from 1960,1,since 1975 on 9,UM. FANTASTIC STORIES,1946-75. GA1AXY, since 1975, apply P/9. GEGENSCHEIN, fanzine by E.B.Lindsay,Faulconbridge,NSW JEEVES, Terry : A Checklist of ~Astounding~,$12/OMP/9. EXTRAPOLATIoN.The Journal of the MLA Seminar on Science Fiction,v.l-15,1959-74. SCIENCE FICTION CHRQNICLES: UM. SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW & SFWA bulletin UM; VERNÉ,Jules,bulletin + 14 titles in French.
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collections,IDC.SANTA ANA REGISTER,1943-1870.
(A Freedom Newspaper?)
SAVELLE, Max: Seeds of Liberty, The Genesis of the
American Mind,1965,$21/UWP/9.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.
SECESSION, Vienna,1922-24.(?)
SIERRA CLUB BOOKS OUT OF PRINT,12 titles so far,LM/9,1.
SLAVERY, a series of 11 microfiche collections, to-
talling 6,715 microfiche!MC/9.
SMITHONIAN SCIENCE INFORMATION EXCHANGE,information
service on research in progress,a world-wide invento-
ry, covers the Social Sciences,too!
SOCIOLOGICAL MICROJOURNAL,IDC, claims to be the first
journal ever to be published only in microfiche form.
(Since 1967. How many since thee, apart from Peace
Plans end Multilog? What is its circulation by now?
If I had known about the micrographic option then I
would have beeten it to ft, since "PEACE PLANS~
appeared since 1964.)
SPACE/AERONAUTICS,N.Y.,1943-63,$1440/DA/1.
SPACE RESEARCH, 1977 - ,MIM/9.
SPACE SOLAR POWER REVIEW,1980- ,MIM/9,UM/5,6,9.
SPACE WORLD,1960-78,MIM/l,9,UM/1,5,6,9, P/9.
SPIRIT OF '76, Tacoma,Wash.,1-19,1898-99,CRL. (?)
STCW,Baron: Voluntary Associations - their Use end
Abuse (a discourse).1837,2.50/SBC/l. (?)
STRATEGY, 426 microfiche,MHA/9.
TAMINENT LIBRARY,The, Radical Pamphlet & Literature
Collection,1817-1970,$3600/MC/1.
TRANSDEX, of Bell & Howell, produces ca. 200,000
pages of indexed translations, per annum!
TIME.
UNI » NATIONS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS,offic.rec.
UNDERGROUND & ALTERNATIVE PRESS IN BRITAIN.
WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION, endless material,e.g. :
La Lique, Organe Belge de droit des Femmes,1893-1914,
122 v.
WORKING PAPERS FOR A NEW SOCIETY,since 1973,P/9.(?)
SEVERAL COMPANIES OFFERED FREE READERS WITH MINDMUM
OTY.OF LIT.,E.G.Bell & HOWELL, TO 6/78,MICROFILM CORP
TO 12/81.To MY KNoWLEDGE,READ B & INTERDOC STILL CO.
QUITE TYPICALLY : THE MASS MEDIA REPORTED NOffHlNG
ABOUT SUCH OFFERS! But even the salesmen of B.& H.
were not informed in 78,did not even know that it is
a micropublisher,one of the largest! J.Z. 5/8/83.

NOTES ON COPYRIGHTS

LMP does not claim copyrights for its own original material, especially not for that written by Ulrich von Beckerath and John Zube. Reprints are free and desired. Likewise, inclusion in databanks and any other form of reproduction. Mentioning of the source would be appreciated as well as a copy of the reproduction.
But LMP has no authority to re lease pre-exist ing and claimed copyrights. It often gets reproduction permission for still legally protected material only under condition that it would reproduce it only on microfilm end only on a temporary end at any time revocable basis.
LMP does not desire exclusive copyrights for any material.
LMP tries to concentrate on material that either is no longer copyrighted or for which no copyrights are claimed, or that is released to it for its microfiche issues on a temporary end revocable basis only.
Upon revocation we would not get any further duplicates reproduced and would have only at most 100 at hand. (The remainder we would still want to be able to sell.) We would also be willing to hand over the master fiche upon request, when a temporary permission is withdrawn.
            LMP has still much to learn about copyrights and does in no way want to infringe them to anyone's financial disadvantage end our advantage. We have, in ignorance, infringed some copyrights, e.g. for long out-of-print writings published in the UK for which copyrights were not expressly claimed. (It is legally presumed to exist, even when it is not expressly claimed, as we found out later.)
           We have also reproduced some material that, although formally still under copyrights,has not been reproduced for decades or is not likely to be reproduced again in the neer future. For these cases we apologize to those who feel offended, teut we do so with a good conscience. We will continue to offer such titles as a public service until the copyrights owners (which are usually hard to find for us ) do seriously protest and tell us to stop.
But those protesting and objecting should consider that LMP is so far still only a pioneering enterprise and that so far it has no profits but only losses to share with others! Moreover, we would be glad if they took over the micropublishing of contested titles themselves and distributed them successfully. LMP attempts to give them that chance, by attempting to open the household market for micrographics, beginning with households pursuing a special interest like libertarianism. As soon as the household market is opened up for microfiche reading end publishing, end almost everybody made use of these opportunities, LMP would only be too happy to microfiche only its own titles.

LMP IS WILLING TO PAY IN FORM OF MICROFICHE (the only means of pay~rent that it is welf supplied with ) for submissions to its series.
Submissions could be donations of originals or loens of them ( which we would photocopy ourselves ) or could consist in very good photocopies (usable directly for filming,without extensive re-copying end handcorrecting etc ), provided only that there are no copyrights obstacles for our microfiche issues end that the material fits under one of the many themes in our collection.

For each submission of film ready material that would fill one of our microfiche, we offer in return 50 microfiche, either of that issue or of any of our other issues, according to your choice. Thus you would be, with a minimum of effort, already half-way into micropublishing yourself, while you could build up your own microfiche library.
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LMP IS PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN REPROWCING LIBERTARLAN MANUSCRIPTS THAT SO FAR COULD NOT FIND A PUBLISHER. By all means, try to get them into print first end try out the new agency mentioned in a 3/83 "Frontlines" advertisement: "Save irreplaceable time and money marketing your manuscript or publication. Limited select clientele. Not a vanity publisher.Write to The Professional Edge, Drawer 668, San Rafael,CA 94 915." Then, if you should fair, remember: fiche!
 

SOME FAVORABLE RESPONSES TO LMP

The list of titles you have sed for microfiche more than impressive. If you continue, it may turn t that you have developed a definitive collection. I am somewhat awed by your persistence end the discrimination shown in choices made."          Robert LeFevre, July 17,1980.

You have done a magnificent job of getting same important books onto microfiche. Congratulations! I'm still old-fashioned enough to like to have the feel of the real book in my hands while I reed ft, teut with the cost of publishing going up end the unavailability of many important titles you offer an excellent opportunity."         Edmund A. Opitz of FEE, July 6,81.

I am very happy to learn of the existence of the Libertarian Microfiche Publishing. It should prove extremely useful in making a large nurrber of important libertarian works available that would not be otherwise. Now, as for my Free Man's Library. It has been out of

 print for a long time I shortly shall be arran-

 ging to get it reproduced in microfilm by University
 Microfilms (P.0.8OX 1346, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106).
 Once more, let me wish the greatest success to the microfiche enterprise.          Henry Hazlitt, May 22,1981.

 ~I do encourage you to keep on doing what you are doing. In the world of libertarian publishing you are pretty much alone. Only Liberty Press/Liberty Classics, with their excellent reprints of classics, can compare with your activities. Have you seen their latest catalogue? They have just begun reprinting the complete Glasgow edition of the works of Adam Smith for $ 5.50 a volume! The other major publisher of interest is the Philosophia Verlag, Widemeyerstrasse 34, 8000 Muenchen 22. They have begun the International Carl Menger Library and have already reprinted Mises' Die Gemeinwirtschaft and Nationaloekonomie. But they are so expensive. Your microfiching project certainly gives value for money. The last really good libertárian publisher was Free Life Editions in New York. I know Chuck Hamilton and he is a great person teut couldn't contir,ue in the face of disinterest end apathy in the libertarian community. We need to revive some kind of publishing finn to get old end new libertarian works into the hands of the thinking public."                David Hart, 15th. Septerber,1982.