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Tu Ne Cede Malis

Advancing the scholarship of liberty in the tradition of the Austrian School for 30 years

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Published from 1977 to 2008, Volumes 1-21

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FOUNDING EDITOR: Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995); past Editors: Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Roderick T. Long; Managing Editor: Judith Thommesen; Publisher: Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Ludwig von Mises Institute 

Since its first issue in the Spring of 1977, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, founded by Murray N. Rothbard, has been the voice of scholarship in libertarian theory, was the major launching pad for every new idea that shaped the world of libertarianism, the preeminent forum for the airing of revisionist historical research on war and interventionism, and the primary venue for reconstruction of the history of ideas in terms of libertarian ideas. You can purchase back issues online.



Volume 7

Richard Cantillon- Banker and Economist Antonin E. Murphy Vol. 7 Num. 2
Richard Cantillon Michael O' Suilleabhain Vol. 7 Num. 2
Cantillon's Essai: A Current Perspective Vincent J. Tarascio Vol. 7 Num. 2
Richard Cantillon: A Man of His Time: A Comment on Tarascio David O'Mahony Vol. 7 Num. 2
Was Richard Cantillon an Austrian Economist? Robert F. Hebert Vol. 7 Num. 2
Professor Hebert on Entrepreneurship Murray N. Rothbard Vol. 7 Num. 2
West's "Cantillon and Adam Smith" : A Comment Roger W. Garrison Vol. 7 Num. 2
Influence of Cantillon's Essai on the Methodology of J.B. Say: A Comment on Liggio Joseph T. Salerno Vol. 7 Num. 2
Richard Cantillon and the French Economists: Distinctive French Leonard P. Liggio Vol. 7 Num. 2