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47

The Libertarian Enterprise

Number 47, May 30, 1999


"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
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John Taylor, Editor
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Editor's Notes
by John Taylor

          As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day 1999 in whichever way best suits our individual ... ("Idiom, sir?") ... I'd like to offer you, in this edition, some hard-hitting proof that there are still a few folks out here in the mass of the great unwashed who still believe -- passionately, unreservedly, and quite vocally -- in liberty and individual freedom.
          I am always proud to present the words of our contributors, acrid with the intoxicating smell of gunsmoke and blinding from the muzzle flashes of brilliance. This is far better than any fireworks display or color guard.
         Let Freedom Ring!

John Taylor
Editor, The Libertarian Enterprise
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Table of Contents

1. Waco Willie Comes to Town!
                  by L. Neil Smith

2. Hey, Mo!
                  by Victor Milan

3. You Say You Want a Revolution?
                  by Thomas L. Knapp

4. The Only Exit ... Secretary Albright Must Resign
                  by William Westmiller

5. An Open Letter to Republican Senator Wayne Allard
                  by L. Neil Smith

6. I Will Never Give Up My Guns
                  by Victor Milán

7. This Daffiness Bugs Me
                  by Scott Bieser

8. No, No, Kosovo! No, No, Kosovo!
                  by L. Neil Smith

9. Answering the Interventionists
                  by Michael R. Allen

10. Appeasement In Kosovo
                  by Victor Milán

11. The Zero-Risk Society
                  by Fran Van Cleave

12. Let Freedom Ring ... Just Pray There's a Carrier
                  by Jonathan Taylor


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