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The Libertarian Enterprise

Number 36, February 1, 1998


"A libertarian is a person who believes that no one has the right, under any circumstances, to initiate force against another human being, or to advocate or delegate its initiation. Those who act consistently with this principle are libertarians, whether they realize it or not. Those who fail to act consistently with it are not libertarians, regardless of what they may claim."


L. Neil Smith, Publisher
lneil@lneilsmith.org

Cathy L.Z. Smith, Managing Editor
cathylz@lamar.colostate.edu

Vin Suprynowicz, Editor-in-Chief;
vin@lvrj.com

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Alan Wendt, Internet Service Provider
alan@ezlink.com


PUBLISHER'S NOTE: I deeply regret the passing, Thursday, Jan, 29, of my good friend -- and friend to freedom-loving individuals everywhere -- Jim Bohan, better known to habitues of the internet as "Lobo Azul", "Blue Wolf", or "The Old Blue Howler". In the struggle for the right to own and carry weapons, Jim was an irreplaceable ally whose great strength, wit, and courage will be missed. I've saved the final space in this issue to share my thoughts about him with you.
-- L. Neil Smith

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Table of Contents

1. Who's in a Heap of Trouble, Boy?
By L. Neil Smith lneil@lneilsmith.org

2. On the Day I Die
By Deborah Marie Pulaski
As told to Claire Wolfe freewolf@rocketship.com

3. The Redneck Manifesto
By Jim Goad, Simon and Schuster, 1997, 274 pages
Reviewed by Charles Curley ccurley@wyoming.com

4. Did California Do-Gooders Finally Go Too Far?
By Vin Suprynowicz vin@lvrj.com

5. Al Gore's Ass-Ed Reign
By L. Neil Smith lneil@lneilsmith.org

6.
The Campaign to Ban Land Mines
By Vin Suprynowicz vin@lvrj.com

7. Jim Bohan: A Personal Remembrance
By L. Neil Smith lneil@lneilsmith.org

 
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