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Political and Philosophical Works

The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of American Democracy
The special merit of this last Lasch book is a vast reconnaissance of cultural/intellectual problems and trends in a small space.

"War is the Health of the State", Randolph Bourne
"The patriot loses all sense of the distinction between State, nation, and government."

"OurEnemy - the State" by Albert Jay Nock
The great essay written by one of America's unsung geniuses.

"Human Action", by Ludwig von Mises
Fourth edition, entire text.

"Enquiry Concerning Political Justice" by William Godwin

Orwell's 1984: Was Orwell Right?

The American Declaration of Independence
Document drafted by Thomas Jefferson (1776) making explicit an emerging revolutionary political philosophy and expressing the grievances of England's American colonies.

The Federalist Papers
by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay.

Ayn Rand
Dedicated to Ayn Rand, her life, ideas, and philosophy of objectivism.

Randolph Bourne
Selected articles about the brief life and ideas of Randolph Bourne 1886-1918.

Milton's Areopagitica
A historical speech about censorship from antiquity to modern times, establishing the democratic right of freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

"Last Words"
"...I have alluded somewhat vaguely to the merits of democracy. ... it is, perhaps, the most charming form of government ever devised by man..." - an article by H. L. Mencken.

George Washington's Papers - Lib. Of Congress
The largest collection of original Washington documents in the world.

Collision Between Western Civilization and Advanced Science and Technology
"...the collision of atomic science with politics." by Max Born, theoretical physics, the Copenhagen Group.

Selections from "Listen, Little Man!"
By Wilhelm Reich.

Thorstein Veblen, "The Theory of the Leisure Class"
The first and still foremost of the modern attack on wealth. This book originated the term "conspicuous consumption".

Milton's Areopagitica and the Modern First Amendment
The lecture delivered by Vincent Blasi at Yale Law School in March 1995, as the third annual Ralph Gregory Elliot First Amendment Lecture.

Henry George’s "Progress and Poverty"
Henry George’s theories, published in Progress and Poverty (1879) have influenced tax legislation in many countries.

The Origins of Western Thought
Offering a narrative survey of the historical development of Western philosophy from ancient and medieval to contemporary phylosophy.

Emma Goldman
A guide to the life and works of a major figure in the history of American radicalism and feminism. Find selections from her works, documents, images, and more.

George Washington's Papers - Univ. Of Va.
The largest collection of original Washington documents in the world.

Thoreau: "Civil Disobedience"
In his essay 'Civil Disobedience' Thoreau expounded his anarchistic views of government.

George Orwell
Re-introducing Orwell to a wider readership in context of political discussions. Resource for political philosophers.

The Legacy of Edmund Burke
Edmund Burke's Legacy - A tribute on the 200th Anniversary of his Death.

The Tomb of Napoleon
By Rogert G. Ingersoll was one of many courageous intellectual giants, about whom U.S. students are taught little or nothing due to his "politically incorrect" or "controversial" ideas. Find related links.

Tocqueville - "Memoir on Poverty"
The Forgotten Tocqueville: What he saw in 19th century England by Martin Morse Wooster.

An Introductory Lecture on The Tempest
The text of a short lecture delivered, in part, in Liberal Studies 302 on February 28, 1996.

No Treason by Lysander Spooner
The Constitution of No Authority. Full text by Nineteenth Century lawer, abolitionist, entrepreneur, and political radical.

The Bell Curve-- 2 Reviews
Reviews by Thomas J. Bouchard, Jr., and Donald D. Dorfman.

Voices of Truth by Nina L. Diamond
Conversations with Scientists, Thinkers and Healers. (2000)

Objectivism: Index
Sites on the philosophy of Objectivism are largely divided into three camps: those which follow the lead of the Ayn Rand Institute, those which support the Institute for Objectivist Studies, and a smaller group which supports The Jefferson School. This website largely reflects this division. Since there are so many websites devoted to the philosophy of Objectivism, it focuses primarily on the major sites where you should be able to find many more links.


BigEye's readers might also enjoy the following --

The Great Madness

Randolph Bourne 1886-1918

"War is the Health of the State" by Randolph Bourne

"War and the Intellectuals" by Randolph Bourne

Randolph Bourne - Selections

A brief Bourne biography

The Randolph Bourne Institute

"War is the Health of the State" - Chapter from Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States

Elections are a Scam

Our Enemy, the State by Albert Jay Nock

The Warfare State - A Brief Synopsis

Natural Elites, Intellectuals, and the State

Waco and the Bipartisan Police State

The Antifederalists Were Right

Antony Sutton

Fascism: Clarifying a Political Concept

National Socialism in the USA

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