Essen: Freiwirtschaftsbund (Deutschland), 1933. [16p.], wraps, text in German.
Single issue of the journal for a "natural economy," which had emerged from the anti-monetarist movement that developed during Germany's period of outrageous inflation in the 1920s. The journal includes works that explored the overlap between free market ideas and National Socialism. Main article by Paul Krannhals is on Max Stirner, the free economy, and the "German revolution;" other authors are Erich Reigotzki, Erich Wunderle, and A. Pfleiderer.