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Select Publications of Anthony Flood

“Willful Blindness” [Essay-review of Gary Murrell, “The Most Dangerous Communist in the United States”: A Biography of Herbert Aptheker], American Communist History, 2016, 15:1.

“C. L. R. James: Herbert Aptheker’s Invisible Man,” The C. L. R. James Journal, Fall 2013.

“Is Anarchy a Cause of War? Some Questions for David Ray Griffin,” Philosophical Notes, London: Libertarian Alliance, No. 81, 2009. 

“Murray Newton Rothbard: Notes toward a Biography,” July 1, 2008. Consulted by Gerard Casey for his Murray Rothbard, New York & London: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2010.

“Murray Rothbard: An Introduction to His Thought,” July 1, 2008.” Consulted by Gerard Casey for his Murray Rothbard.

“Lord Acton: Libertarian Hero,” LewRockwell.com, April 4, 2006. 

“A Profound Philosophical Commonality: A Review of Thomas E. Woods, The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy.” LewRockwell.com, April 23, 2005. 

More Problems with Evil,” Crisis: Politics, Culture & the Church, March 2004.

“‘God’s Knowledge of “I”’: Rejoinder to Geoffrey Klempner,” Philosophy Pathways, No. 80, March 21, 2004. 

“On God and ‘I’: A Response to Geoffrey Klempner,” Philosophy Pathways, No. 76, January 25, 2004. 

“A Comment on Professor Wolff's ‘Four Forms of Redistribution,’” Philosophy Pathways, No. 53, March 9, 2003. 

Letter on Herbert Aptheker, The Journal of American History, 87:4, March 2001, 1598-99. [Text also available here.]


Published Acknowledgement of Anthony Flood's Editorial Assistance

William J. Ledger, Team of Destiny: Princeton Football’s Undefeated 1951 Season (New York, Ink, Inc., 2015. “. . . Anthony Flood . . . ransacked the online archives of The Daily Princetonian and other publications in order to check facts of which I often had only a hazy memory, not to mention the scores of the games I write about and their wider American historical context. Tony . . . has a command of written English that is, by today’s standards, uncommon, and by applying it to my drafts, helped me produce a far more readable manuscript, and for that I am grateful to him.”

William J. Ledger and Steven S. Witkin, Vulvovaginal Infections, London: Manson Publishing, first edition (2005) and second edition (2016). “Our secretaries Anthony Flood and Sandra Green labored away on first drafts and multiple revisions, and Tony’s Internet skills made us feel as though Manson Publishing House in London were across the street from our offices in New York.”

Anne T. Flood, B. C. Butler’s Developing Understanding of Church: An Intellectual Biography. Ph. D. dissertation, Fordham University, 1981. “We are indebted to . . . Anthony Flood for making possible the addition of Sister Anne’s dissertation: he was responsible for creating a machine-readable version from the original typewritten copy.”  

John J. Toohey, Notes on Epistemology. Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2007.  “Scanned from 1952 monograph (italics replacing underlining) by Anthony Flood, February 2007.”

Terry J. Tekippe, Bernard Lonergan’s Insight: A Comprehensive Commentary. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 2003. “A special word of thanks is also due to Anthony Flood for his critical reading and careful proofreading of the manuscript.”

Murray N. Rothbard, The Ethics of Liberty, Second Edition. New York University Press, 1998.  “For editorial assistance, thanks to . . . [among others] Tony Flood . . . .”

The Correspondence of W. E. B. Du Bois: Volume II: Selections, 1934-1944, Herbert Aptheker, ed., Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1976. “At various times I have had the help of several younger people, including . . . Anthony Flood . . . .”

Annotated Bibliography of the Published Writings of W. E. B. Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker, ed., Millwood, NY: Kraus-Thomson, 1973. “In the years of preparation of this effort, several young men and women served as research assistants for varying periods. Appreciation is expressed for their help to: . . . Anthony Flood . . . . .”