Gustave de Molinari
Gustave de Molinari (born in Liège on 3 March 1819 and died in Adinkerque on 28 January 1912) was the leading representative of the laissez-faire school of classical liberalism in France in the second half of the 19th century and was still campaigning against protectionism, statism, militarism, colonialism, and socialism into his 90s on the eve of the First World War. As he said shortly before his death, his classical liberal views had remained the same throughout his long life but the world around him had managed to turn full circle in the meantime.
- David M. Hart. "Life and Works of Gustave de Molinari", Library of Economics and Liberty, referenced 2011-03-10.
- The Utopia of Liberty: A Letter to Socialists, 1848
- The Production of Security, 1849
- The Feeding of Paris During the Siege, 1871
- The Society of To-morrow: A Forecast of Its Political and Economic Organisation, 1899
- Murray Rothbard on Molinari in the preface to the The Production of Security, 2003
- Works by and about Gustave de Molinari at the Molinari Institute
- Molinari Institute
- Remembering Gustave de Molinari by Gary Galles, March 2005
- Gustave de Molinari and the Anti-statist Liberal Tradition part I (pdf) by David M. Hart, 1981
- Gustave de Molinari and the Anti-statist Liberal Tradition part II (pdf) by David M. Hart, 1981
- Gustave de Molinari (1819-1912): An Annotated Bibliography by David Hart
- M. G. de Molinari (1912) an obituary by Yves Guyot
- Gustave de Molinari on Wikipedia