This was quite possibly the late Samuel Edward Konkin III’s crowning achievement — an academic journal dedicated to Agorism and Counter-Economics. The articles are superb and the presentation absolutely first-class. It is regrettable that no subsequent issues were published. These original issues are from a very small number that escaped The Great Storage Locker Default, in which dozens of cases of New Libertarian magazines, constituting over 50% of extant copies, were either auctioned off or dumped by a storage locker facility, losing them to posterity.
The Last Whole Introduction to Agorism, by Samuel Edward Konkin III.
“The Black Market Response to Gasoline Rationing during WWII” by E. Scott Royce.
“English Enclosures and Soviet Collectivization: Two Instances of an Anti-Peasant Mode of Development” by Joseph Stromberg
“Liberty on Copyrights” by Wendy McElroy
“The Information underground Railroad: Bruce Schneir’s Applied Cryptography” by J. Kent Hastings
“Hollywood vs the Republic: Gore Vidal’s Screening History” by Brad Linaweaver
“Critical Review & Post-Libertarian Responses” by Jared C. Lobdell
“Whines over the World: Critical Review VI/1 & VII/1” by Samuel Edward Konkin III
“Old Rightists and Old Writers: Justin Raimondo’s Reclaiming the American Right” by Jared C. Lobdell
“This Movement of His: Murray N. Rothbard, 1929–1995” by Samuel Edward Konkin III
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