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Arthur A. Shenfield: Economic Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

Jeffrey Hart: They Took Their Stand; the Agrarian View after 50 Years – Panel Introduction

Murray Rothbard: Myth and Truth about Libertarianism

David Friedman: Economic Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

Andrew Lytle: They Took Their Stand; the Agrarian View after 50 Years

Walter F. Berns: The Need for Public Authority

Roy Childs, Jr.: Economic Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

F. L. Owsley: They Took Their Stand; the Agrarian View after 50 Years (incomplete recording)

William F. Campbell: Introduction of Forrest McDonald

John A. Howard: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views – Panel Introduction

Forrest McDonald: King Hog, Cultural Conservatism, and the Antebellum South

Williamson Evers: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

T. Kenneth Cribb: Southern Letters in the Twentieth Century: The Articulation of a Tradition – Panel Introduction

William Kristol: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

Marion Montgomery: Southern Letters in the Twentieth Century: The Articulation of a Tradition

Tibor R. Machan: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

Thomas Landess: Southern Letters in the Twentieth Century: The Articulation of a Tradition

M. J. Sobran, Jr.: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views

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Madison Jones: Southern Letters in the Twentieth Century: The Articulation of a Tradition

John A. Howard: Social Issues: Conservative and Libertarian Views – Panelist Comments

John A. Howard: Welcome / Introduction of James Jackson Kilpatrick

James Jackson Kilpatrick: Reflections – On A Conservative Trend

Robert Nisbet: Conservatives and Libertarians: Uneasy Cousins

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