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PHILOSOPHIES - SOCIO-POLITICAL

Laissez-faire Liberalism
  • Complexity and the Meaning of Freedom: The Classical Liberal View
    ... S.R. Hickerson [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, January 1984]
  • Individualism and Institutionalism Revisited: A Response to Professor Bush
    ... David W. Seckler [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1981]
  • Laissez-Faire
    ... [Wikipedia]
  • Old Age Relief Policy Prior to 1900: The Trend Toward Restrictiveness
    ... John B. Williamson [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1984]

PHILOSOPHIES - SOCIO-POLITICAL

Liberalism
  • Abandonment of Liberalism: Repentance or Retribution
    ... Roy Douglas [an address to the Reform Club, London, 26 May 1977; reprinted from Land & Liberty, July-August 1977]
  • Bureaucrats as "Social Engineers": Federal Welfare Programs in Herbert Hoover's America
    ... Edward D. Berkowitz and Kim McQuaid [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1980]
  • Classical Liberalism
    ... [at Wikipedia]
  • Culture in Neoinstitutional Economics: An Integration of Myrdal and Galbraith into the Veblin-Ayres Matrix
    ... Richard L. Brinkman [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1981]
  • Review of the book: The Dark Side of the Left: Illiberal Egalitarianism in America, by Richard Ellis
    ... J. David Hoeveler, Univ. of Wisconsin [1998]
  • Explaining the American Dream: Telling Chinese Academics What 'Liberty and Justice for All' Means Taxes Even an Eager Audience
    ... Karl L. Falk [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1989]
  • Justice as Fairness: A Restatement
    ... John Rawls [Published by Harvard University Press, 2001; made available online by Google Books]
  • Liberalism
    ... [at Wikipedia]
  • Liberalism
    ... Leonard Trelawney Hobhouse, Alan P. Grimes [Published by Oxford University Press US, 1964; made available online by Google Books]
  • Excerpt from: Liberalism
    ... L.T. Hobhouse [1911]
  • Liberalism
    ... F.A. Hayek [Written in 1973 for the Italian Enciclopedia del Novicento where the article appeared in an Italian translation. Reprinted as Chapter Nine of Hayek, F. A., New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas, Routledge & Keagan Paul, London and Henley, 1982 [1978], pp. 119-151]
  • Liberalism in the Classic Tradition
    ... Ludwig von Mises [1927; made available online by the Ludwig von Mises Institute]
  • Liberalism: On A Collision Course With Liberty
    ... Edward J. Dodson [an unpublished essay, 1992]
  • Liberals' Mistake
    ... Charles A. Reich (with Mason Gaffney) [Center Magazine, July/August 1987]
  • Planning In an Economy of Abundance
    ... Walter Lippmann [reprinted from: The Atlantic, 1937]
  • Political Liberalism
    ... John Rawls [Published by Columbia University Press, 1996; made available online by Google Books]
  • Skepticism and Freedom: A Modern Case for Classical Liberalism
    ... Richard A. Epstein [Published by University of Chicago Press, 2003]
  • Some Theoretical Coordinates of Radical Liberalism
    ... Peter M. Lichtenstein [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, July 1984]
  • Toward a Constructive Theory for Anti-Poverty Policy
    ... Brian J. Jones [American Journal of Economics and Sociology, April 1984]
  • What Does It Mean to be a Liberal
    ... Cliff Cobb [posted to the land-theory discussion group, May 2000]