The Libertarian Enterprise
Number 64, January 31, 2000
L. Neil Smith, Publisher
John Taylor, Editor
Vin Suprynowicz, Honorary Editor
Ken L. Holder, Webmaster
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by John Taylor
For some time, I've been inserting little vignettes that "buffered" one article from another, and offered summaries of -- and links to -- articles of potential interest to liberty-lovers.
This time around, I'm trying an experiment. You'll find all the snippets gathered together in a column entitled "Miscellany." (Though I haven't asked him, this may have the indirect effect of making HTML-ization of TLE a simpler task, thereby making life a little easier on the lovely and talented Ken Holder.)
Let us know what you think.
1. Letters to the Editor
by Our Readers
2. The Amazing Secret Weapon of the Gun Control Movement
by Jon Haupt
3. Video Contends Davidians Were Machine-Gunned, Crushed by Tanks
by Vin Suprynowicz
4. Business As Usual In Moreno Valley, California
by Larry Baird
5. The Three Levels of Knowledge In America Today
by Michael Kerner