The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 13

Wendy McElroy reviews a historical work on the surveillance state.

Jonathan Cook discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Sheldon Richman discusses how intellectual property creates corporate concentration.

Jim Lobe discusses the fall of Fallujah.

Stephen Kinzer discusses the potential detente with Iran.

Thaddeus Russell discusses The Other America.

Kevin Carson reviews AFFEERCE: A Business Plan to Save the United States and then The World.

Brian Doherty discusses petty law enforcement directed against the poor.

Barry Lando discusses the American legacy in Iraq.

William Blum discusses the NSA spying.

Peter Van Buren discusses 10 NSA myths.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Chase Madar discusses the use of police power against kids.

Kevin Carson discusses 5 libertarian reforms to fight for.

Ryan Calhoun discusses state control of the weed market.

Molly Crabapple discusses the 12 anniversary of Gitmo.

Noam Chomsky discusses Ariel Sharon.

Joseph Stromberg discusses Gabriel Kolko.

Clancy Sigal discusses Fallujah.

Sheldon Richman discusses how our leaders don’t mean well.

Sahar Aziz discusses the War on Terror’s authoritarian template.

Naomi Wolf discusses the use of secret assassins by Obama.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the Syria peace settlement.

Jonathan Blanks discusses how recognizing power structures is not incompatible with individual liberty.

Sheldon Richman discusses how rights violations aren’t the only bads.

Chris Gilbert discusses U.S. intervention in Colombia.

Uri Avnery discusses Ariel Sharon.

Kathleen Wallace discusses an infamous raid on Lawrence, Kansas.

Chris Wainscott reviews Position and Pawn Tension in Chess.

John Watson reviews a whole heap of opening books.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory