One Is A Crowd

This is a treasure: One Is a Crowd. It collects Frank Chodorov‘s most profound essays on the topic of individualism, many of which have otherwise been unjustly lost to history. The reader will be riveted by his biographical essay on the meaning of his own Jewishness to his life and beliefs. His piece on what educational […]

Objectivism and The State An Open Letter to Ayn Rand

Objectivism and The State An Open Letter to Ayn Rand by Roy A. Childs, Jr. First published in 1969 in SIL’s Individualist newsletter, Mr. Childs (1949 – 1992) was a brilliant libertarian author who wrote with outstanding passion and eloquence on the ideas of liberty. Nineteen of his essays are collected in Liberty Against Power Dear Miss Rand: […]

Separation of School and State

  Marshall Fritz founded the Alliance for the Separation of School and State and Advocates for Self-Government, and was perhaps best known as the creator of the World’s Smallest Political Quiz, a 10-question survey that places quiz-takers in one of five categories: Libertarian, Liberal, Centrist, Conservative, or Statist. In this video from 1996, Fritz speaks at […]

The Man versus the State

INTRODUCTION In 1851 Herbert Spencer published a treatise called Social Statics; or, The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified. Among other specifications, this work established and made clear the fundamental principle that society should be “organised on the basis of voluntary cooperation, not on the· basis of compulsory cooperation,· or under the threat of it. In a word, it established the […]