In the early 2000s, I occasionally essayed on the Web at the site Instead of a Blog. A few of those pieces will find their way here. Please stand by.

I mark some of my (often lame) “visual memes” with this page’s URL, So I guess I should list them here, too:

Not long ago, Laissez Faire Books produced a line of e-book revivals of individualist classics. I wrote forewords to a few of them. I might as well list them here:

  • Instead of a Book, by Benjamin R. Tucker
  • Of the Social Contract, by David Hume
  • Democracy in America, vols I and II, by Alexis de Tocqueville
  • On Liberty, by John Stuart Mill
  • Power Corrupts: Essays on Freedom and History, by Lord Acton
  • Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State, by Auberon Herbert
  • The Tyranny of Socialism and Socialist Fallacies, by Yves Guyot
  • The Outcome of Individualism, by J. H. Levy
  • Men vs. The Man, by H. L. Mencken

Some of these “reprints” dealt with economic theory and history:

  • An Essay on Economic Theory, by Richard Cantillon
  • Fiat Money Inflation in France, by Andrew Dickinson White
  • Economic Harmonies, by Frédéric Bastiat
  • The Seen and the Unseen, by Frédéric Bastiat
  • A Socialist Empire: The Incas of Peru, by Louis Baudin
  • Banking and the Business Cycle, by McManus, Phillips and Stevens
  • I, Pencil, by Leonard Read