Comprehensive Index to Liberty

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This is a wiki adaptation of Wendy McElroy's Comprehensive Index to Liberty—and, currently, a work very much in-progress. Every attempt is being made to retain the basic form of the Index, while expanding abbreviations and clarifying some entries, and also taking advantage of hypertext linking. Each entry in the Index consists of a topic line and a series of references. Links in the topic line are to general articles on the individual, work, or subject mentioned there, while links in the references are to the actual issues of Liberty to which the references refer. Currently, many issues of Liberty have not been transcribed to text, but each issue has an assigned page, and those pages have links to pdf files elsewhere in the archive. Cross-referencing "see also" links will come gradually.

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Index

Resources Relating to

Liberty (1881-1908)

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Liberty—Main Directory
Comprehensive Index to Liberty
Benjamin Ricketson Tucker

From the archives of The Memory Hole

Comprehensive Index to LIBERTY

Not the Daughter But the Mother of Order—Proudhon 1881-1908

Compiled By Wendy McElroy e-mail to: mac@zetetics.com

To enter Index click here. Go here to perform a keyword search.

Dedicated to Bradford J. Rodriguez

With thanks to Ken Gregg and Joseph Peden for encouragement and support during the original compilation. This Index was first published by Michael E. Coughlin, St. Paul, Minnesota, copyright Wendy McElroy. Permission is granted to use the Index, in part or full, for all but commercial purposes provided that credit is given to the compiler.

CONTENTS

How To Use This Index Part I: Titles and Periodicals Part II: Individuals Part III: Subjects

CAVEAT: THIS INDEX IS A LABOR OF LOVE WHICH HAS BEEN TRANSLATED FROM FILE CARDS, TO A TYPED MS, TO BOOK FORM, TO ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING (VIA AN OCR SCANNER) BY ONE PERSON, WENDY McELROY. ALTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN PAINSTAKINGLY PROOFED AT EACH STAGE, THERE ARE UNDOUBTEDLY ERRORS WHICH HAVE CREPT IN. PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH SUCH FLAWS.

HOW TO USE THIS INDEX

The index is organized into three sections:

Titles and Periodicals: references to books and periodicals discussed in Liberty;

Individuals: references to contributors and to individuals discussed in Liberty; and,

Subject: references to subjects discussed in Liberty.

These sections are cross referenced and a reference such as an article by Tucker on government would appear in the following sections:

Under Individuals at Tucker, the reference would read

"Tucker, Benjamin R.:. . . on government, ";

Under Subject at government, the reference would read

"Government: . . . Tucker on, "; and

Under any other heading which is significantly discussed in the article.

The references are organized with the Whole Issue Number first and the page number second. (Liberty's masthead indicates both the date and the Whole Number of the issue.) Thus, the citation 7p.3 refers to Whole Issue Number 7 at page 3.

Although most passing references are excluded, when the individual or the periodical is particularly significant, the references have been included. Thus, under Auberon Herbert, you will find a listing of every time Herbert's name appeared in Liberty whether that appearance was lengthy or not. The index is organized so as to distinguish between a passing reference and a more significant one. For example, in the hypothetical entry of:

Individual's name

p.2, 7p.3, 8p.4; on atheism, 403p.2; on rent, 209p.4.

The first three references are passing ones, The significant references are alphabetically organized thereafter.

There are two forms of significant references concerning individuals and periodicals. The individual may be writing on a subject or may be the topic of discussion by someone else. These references are distinguished:

Individual's name

lp.2, 7p.3, 8p.4; on atheism, 403p.2; on rent, 209p.4; Tucker on, 211 p.3; Yarros on,1 p. 1.

The distinctions drawn between concepts such as Government and State are those drawn by the individuals in Liberty themselves.