Category Archives: History

History

Cultural Marxism: One of Those Legitimising Ideologies that Come and Go (2017), by Sean Gabb

The Puritan Hypothesis and Charlie Elphicke (2017), by Sean Gabb

To What Extent Did Christianity Bring about the Fall of the Roman Empire? (2017), by Sean Gabb

The Role of International Affairs in Reducing Racial Inequality in the USA in the Years 1877-1981 (2017), by Sean Gabb

“The Nazi Regime Depended More on its Broad Popularity than on Terror in the Years 1933-39.” How Far Do You Agree with this Statement? (2017), by Sean Gabb

‘Nazi War Production in the Years 1939–45 was Essentially Inefficient.’ How Far Do You Agree with This View? (2017), by Sean Gabb

How Far Do You Agree that the New Weimar Republic was Seriously Threatened by Political Extremists in the Years 1919–24? (2017), by Sean Gabb

To What Extent Did the Nazi Regime Face Serious Opposition Within Germany During the Years 1939–45? (2017), by Sean Gabb

‘Nationalism is a Recipe for Peace and International Order.’ Discuss (2017), by Sean Gabb

To What Extent is Nationalism a Forward-Looking Ideology? (2017), by Sean Gabb

The Value of the Greek and Roman Classics (2017), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher as Libertarian Hero (2016), by Sean Gabb

Neither Brussels nor Washington, reviewed by an Amazon Customer

Weder Brüssel noch Washington: Argumente für eine britische Außenpolitik (2016), by Sean Gabb

“Neither Brussels nor Washington,” by Sean Gabb – Introduction

Death to America? (2016), by Sean Gabb

An Evening with Enoch Powell: A Brief Extract from Sean Gabb’s Diary (22nd November 1986)

Margaret Thatcher, the Miners’ Strike, and the Triumph of Middle Class Leftism (2015), by Sean Gabb

Fake Evidence Regarding Christ (2015), by Sean Gabb

A British Libertarian on Margaret Thatcher, Iraq, and More (2015), Interview with Sean Gabb

Greening Out Interview #23 – Sean Gabb on Classical Liberalism (2015)

Closing Address to the “Dialogue with Islam” Meeting (2015), by Sean Gabb

In Defence of the British Empire (2015), by Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb on “The European Right (2014)

How to Learn Greek and Latin (2014) by Sean Gabb

Enoch Powell: The Man and His Politics (2014), by Sean Gabb

The Future of the Printed book (2014), by Sean Gabb

National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Interview with Richard Blake, 7th March 2014

A Case for the Landed Aristocracy (2014), by Sean Gabb

Richard Blake Reviews “Myth and History” (2014)

El Legado de Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: Geburtshelferin eines neuen Totalitarismus (2013), by Sean Gabb

Further Thoughts on the Legacy of Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher (2013), Sean Gabb in The Independent

Should David Cameron Apologise for Amritsar? 21st February 2013, by Sean Gabb

Viva Obama! A View from the English Right (November 2012), by Sean Gabb

In Defence of English Civilisation (2012), by Sean Gabb

Bombenterror: Wie moralisch ist es, Zivilisten in Zeiten des Krieges zu töten? (2012), by Sean Gabb

Bravely Bombing the Boche: On the Morality of Killing Civilians in Time of War (2012), by Sean Gabb

Richard Blake Reviews “Sword of Marathon” by Jack England

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2012), Sean Gabb

Elizabeth II: Sixty Years a Rubber Stamp, 29th May 2012, by Sean Gabb

Heraclius: Emperor of Byzantium, Reviewed by Richard Blake (2012)

Introduction to “Literary Essays” (2011), by Sean Gabb

Libertarianism: Left or Right? 2nd December 2011, Sean Gabb

A Libertarian View of Foreign Policy and War (2011), by Sean Gabb

The Case Against the American War of Independence (2011), by Sean Gabb

Libertarian Alliance Statement on the Happy Occasion of the Royal Wedding (2011), by Sean Gabb

In Defence of the British Empire, BBC Broadcast (2011), by Sean Gabb

Military Intervention in Libya – The Errors of Muscular Libertarianism, Sean Gabb, 22nd March 2011

John Stuart Mill, The BNP, And The U.K.’s Dying Democracy (2011), by Sean Gabb

FLC201, The Revived Upstairs, Downstairs: Entertainment as Ruling Class Propaganda, Sean Gabb, 4th January 2011

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2010), by Sean Gabb

News From England: The New Ruling Class And Taxpayer Funded Brainwashing In “Sindia-Lesbianopolis” (2010), by Sean Gabb

In Defence of the British Empire, Sean Gabb, 3rd August 2010

The 2010 Conference of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 17th June 2010

Reflections on Factual and Counterfactual History: A Speech to the 2010 Conference of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 15th June 2010

Suppose There Had been no Second World War? (2010), by Sean Gabb

Three Parties, One Regime: A Guide to the British General Election, Sean Gabb, 7th April 2010

The 2010 General Election: Advice on How to Vote, Sean Gabb, 23rd February 2010

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2009), by Sean Gabb

Democratic Art: The Non-Poetry of Carol Ann Duffy, Sean Gabb, 10th September 2009

FLC185, The National Health Service: A Libertarian Perspective, Sean Gabb, 18th August 2009

What is the Ruling Class? Sean Gabb, 28th May 2009

FLC178, Be of Good Cheer: A Christmas Greeting, Sean Gabb, 25th December 2008

Barack Obama and America’s 1997: Welcome to the Club! Sean Gabb, 8th November 2008

The Third Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 4th July 2008

Market Behaviour in the Ancient World: An Overview of the Debate (2008), by Sean Gabb

Contribution to the 20th Anniversary meeting (2007), by Sean Gabb

FLC166, My Contractually-Obliged Lecture on the Environment, Sean Gabb, 21st November 2007

Epicurus: Father of the Enlightenment (2007), by Sean Gabb

Second Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 21st June 2007

Defending the Right to Deny the Holocaust, Sean Gabb, 24th April 2007

The Conservative Roots of English Liberty (2006), by Sean Gabb

The Inaugural Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 14th June 2006

The Conservative Roots of English Liberty (2006), by Sean Gabb

Mark Oaten, Rent Boys and the Secret Police: How England is Governed at the End of its History, Sean Gabb, 22nd January 2006

FLC138, The Reform of Alcohol Licensing in England: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, Sean Gabb, 16th August 2005

FLC133, Forget the Election: How We by Delaying Yet May Save the Nation, Sean Gabb, 7th April 2005

FLC132, Tax, Public Spending and Everything Else: The Sorry Truth about The Conservative Hidden Agenda, Sean Gabb, 25th March 2005

FLC129, Home Education: Do It Yourself, Do It Better, Sean Gabb, 27th November 2004

FLC128, Less is Good, Nothing is Better: How the State Can Improve British Education, Sean Gabb, 17th November 2004

Home Schooling: A British Perspective (2004), by Sean Gabb

David Hume: A Brief Appreciation (2004), by Sean Gabb

Should We Blame Democracy? (2004), by Sean Gabb

Iraq: I Wish I Had Been Wrong, Sean Gabb, 11th May 2004

FLC117, Nothing Much, but Written Anyway: Read This and Stop Asking Me to Start a Blog, Sean Gabb, 12th January 2004

FLC107, Farewell to the Lord Chancellor: A Brief Comment on the Continuing New Labour Revolution, Sean Gabb, 5th June 2003

Euroscepticism and Nationalism: Not Necessarily Allies (2005), by Sean Gabb

Neville Chamberlain, Appeasement and the British Road to War, Sean Gabb, 9th April 2003

FLC096, The Lessons of History, Sean Gabb, 22nd March 2003

Should the Elgin Marbles be Returned to Athens? Sean Gabb, 30th January 2003

In Defence of the Monarchy, Sean Gabb, 9th December 2002

Is there a Right in Ireland? Sean Gabb, 18th November 2002

T.B. Macaulay as Conservative Classic (2002), by Sean Gabb

FLC070, Late Published Thoughts on the American Bombings, 5th September 2002

Free Life 39, November 2001, Editorial: A Most Uncertain Trumpet, by Sean Gabb

Review of The Oxford Latin Course, 4th September 2001

Review of Macaulay’s “History of England,” by Sean Gabb

FLC044, On Watching the Olympic Games on Television

Free Life 36, April 2000, Topsy Turvy, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 36, April 2000, Gibbon’s Decline and Fall, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 34, October 1999, Editorial: Days of Shame and Degradation, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 29, April 1999, More Thoughts on the Serbian War, by Sean Gabb

Nelson’s Second Death: The Gutting of the National Maritime Museum, 26th January 1999

FLC024, Why the Hereditary Peers should Stay in the House of Lords, 25th November 1998

Free Life 28, September 1998, Editorial: Thoughts on the New Geography of British Politics, by Sean Gabb

How English Liberalism was Created by Accident and Custom, and then Destroyed by Liberals (1998), Sean Gabb

FLC002, Why Libertarians should Sing “God Save the Queen”, 7th September 1997

The Decline of the British Constitution (1997), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 26, December 1996, A Book about the Holocaust and the Internet, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 23, August 1995, A History of 20th Century America, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 22, April 1995, Tony Kushner’s Book on the Holocaust, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 22, April 1995, Two Books on Eastern Europe Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 19, November 1993, Sean Gabb Reviews Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History by William Safire

Allan Massie’s Caesar (1993), Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 18, May 1993, Sean Gabb Reviews “Modern Conservatism” by David Willetts

Free Life 17, January 1993, Sean Gabb Reviews the “Poetry” of Raymond Tong

The Discovery of the New World: A Candid Appraisal, by Sean Gabb

The Slovak Question: A Candid View (1992), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, Review of Book about Richelieu, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, Review of Book about Elizabeth I, by Sean Gabb

Incest and the Law: the Case of R v Ball & Anr [1911], by Sean Gabb

Henry Vane: America’s First Revolutionary (1991), by Sean Gabb

Contribution to “Voices of Liberty” (1991), by Sean Gabb

Hitler’s Children (1991), Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Smoking and its Enemies: A Short History of 500 Years of the Use and Prohibition of Tobacco (1990), by Sean Gabb

Anglo-German Relations in the Twentieth Century: An Isolationist View (1989), by Sean Gabb

Voltaire: Crusader for Justice (1989), by Sean Gabb

What to do about AIDS (1989), by Sean Gabb

The Right To Smoke: A Christian View (1989), by Sean Gabb

Thomas Erskine: Saviour of English Liberty (1989), by Sean Gabb

Fortress Europe: The True Lessons of the Opium Wars (1988), by Sean Gabb

A Christian View of Government (1988), by Sean Gabb

Gun Control in Britain (1988), by Sean Gabb