Washington, DC: Society for Individual Liberty, 1970. 36p., 8.5x11 inches, double issue of magazine, illus., bumped with some wear to cover, mailing label and postal stamp in corner.
This libertarian magazine (with Murray Rothbard, Roy Childs, and David Nolan as contributing editors) represents the roots of the modern libertarian movement. Many of the issues later associated with the Tea Party movement can be found here in embryonic form. This issue, the great defense spending issue, includes Murray Rothbard on "Marxism according to the Pentagon," Wollstein on "Economic Freedom and Monopoly Power," Rod Manis on "the Factory Exploitation Myth," etc.