This page has links to things I have written
likely to be of interest to libertarians. It is still under
Index to Ideas, with links to chapters and articles
Some Chapters from The Machinery of Freedom
My Response to Mike Huben's webbed critique of libertarianism
Jonathan Andras' rebuttal to my response
My reply to his rebuttal
Response to a (Different) Non-Libertarian faq
These articles are taken from drafts on my hard
disk, so they may differ in detail from the versions that were
published in Liberty. There may even be one or two that were
written for Liberty but never published there.
Academic Articles of Libertarian Interest
- "Rational Criminals and Profit-Maximizing Police: Gary Becker's Contribution to the Economic Analysis
of Law and Law Enforcement" in The New Economics of Human
Behavior;, Mariano Tommasi and Kathryn Ierulli, editors,
Cambridge University Press, 1995, pp. 43-58.
- "Should Medical Care be a Commodity?" Rights to Health Care , Thomas J. Bole
III and William Bondeson, eds., Kluwer, 1991.
- "Making Sense of English Law Enforcement in the
Eighteenth Century," The
University of Chicago Law School Roundtable
- "Law as a Private Good,"
Economics and Philosophy 10 (1994), 319- 327.
and Enforcement of Law -- A Historical Case." Journal of Legal Studies , (March
1979), pp. 399-415.
Account of Property Rights," Social
and Policy 11 No. 2 (Summer 1994) pp. 1-16.
than Meets the Eye,"a review of Order
Law, by Robert Ellickson, The Michigan Law Review
90 no. 6, (May 1992) pp.1444-1452.
for Legal Change," AEA Papers
and Proceedings , Vol. 82 No 2, (May 1992).
There are published French and Italian
translations of The Machinery of Freedom , and a Spanish
translation of Price Theory , but they have not, so far
as I know, been webbed. One chapter of Machinery has, however, been translated
into Polish and webbed, as has one of my
My Usenet Posts of Libertarian Interest
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