The New Libertarian Manifesto

Samuel Edward Konkin III

Samuel Edward Konkin III first published the Manifesto in 1980. It was reprinted by KoPubCo in 1983 and this is the new, re-typeset 4th edition available now for the first time! With critiques by Murray N. Rothbard, Robert LeFevre, and Erwin S. “Filthy Pierre” Strauss.

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An Agorist Primer

Samuel Edward Konkin III

If you've ever wondered what Agorism is or why it is the next step in the evolution of libertarian theory and practice, then this introductory volume is exactly what you've been seeking. Told with clear and concise prose, An Agorist Primer is exactly that — a primer on all the important aspects of Agorism and Counter-Economics: how they work together to enable you to free yourself and expand freedom to your friends, family, and the world!

For a New Liberty

Murray Rothbard

In For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto, Rothbard proposes a once-and-for-all escape from the two major political parties, the ideologies they embrace, and their central plans for using state power against people. Libertarianism is Rothbard's radical alternative that says state power is unworkable and immoral and ought to be curbed and finally abolished. To make his case, Rothbard deploys his entire system of thought: natural law, natural rights, Austrian economics, American history, the theory of the state, and more.

Anatomy of the State

Murray Rothbard

This gives a succinct account of Rothbard’s view of the state. Following Franz Oppenheimer and Albert Jay Nock, Rothbard regards the state as a predatory entity. It does not produce anything but rather steals resources from those engaged in production. In applying this view to American history, Rothbard makes use of the work of John C. Calhoun. How can an organization of this type sustain itself? It must engage in propaganda to induce popular support for its policies. Court intellectuals play a key role here, and Rothbard cites as an example of ideological mystification the work of the influential legal theorist Charles Black, Jr., on the way the Supreme Court has become a revered institution.


Samuel Edward Konkin III

Counter-Economics was intended to be the magnum opus of Samuel Edward Konkin III — the creator, original theoretician, and premier activist of Agorism. The summation of all his work and research over 15 years of libertarian/anarchist activism, the book remained unfinished by Konkin at the time of his death. This ePub edition includes the existing first six chapters (four more are being sought) and an outline for the other twelve.

“Are you reading a self-help book, a personal-liberation manual, a financial advisory, an esoteric economics text, an anti-political platform, a muckraking history, a sensational exposè of underground life, or an anarchist cookbook? The answer is all of the above.