Carol Moore speaking at Libertarian National Convention, 1998
Libertarian Party of New York
Carol Moore (born 1948) is an American libertarian, active in the New York City, Los Angeles and Washington, DC Libertarian parties, including stints as chair and secretary of the latter party. She is an outspoken libertarian feminist.
She has criticized the street violence tactics of anti-capitalist black bloc members of the anti-globalization and peace movements and the fact that they are condoned by leading "progressives."
Moore also argues that "there is a link between sunspot activity and human tendencies to mass action and social and political change" and predicted in a libertarian publication that the fall of the Soviet Union would come at the height of the next sunspot cycle in 1989.
- Exchange on Gandhi between Carol Moore and Murray Rothbard, Libertarian Forum, July-August 1983.
- Brian Doherty, “Beltway Libertarians", Liberty Magazine, September 1998.
- David Bergland elected National Chair as Libertarians gather for Convention, Libertarian Party News archives, August, 1998
- Carol Moore, “Convention Diary‚" Liberty Magazine, September 2002.
- Julian Sanchez and David Weigel, Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?, Reason Magazine, January 16, 2008.
- Taylor, Joan Kennedy, “Communities in Peril, reviews of Carol Moore's book The Davidian Massacre and Carol Moore's introduction to reissue of Karl Hess's book Community Technology,Association of Libertarian Feminists Newsletter, Issue #58, Spring 1996
- Carol Moore, "Our Husband, the State", review of Sonia Johnson's Wildfire: Igniting the She!volution, published in Association of Libertarian Feminists News, Spring 1990.
- Lew Rockwell, Freedom vs. War, on WorldNetDaily, April 1, 1999
- Chris Ney, IRS Closes Doors, Avoids Confrontation with War Tax Resisters, July 10, 2000
- Carol Moore, WTR Profile: My War Tax Resistance Journey, National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee web site, February, 2004
- John Hendren and Cynthia H. Cho, War Criticism and Concerns Both Growing, originally published in Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2005
- Meghan Clyne, Protesters Trail For Diatribes, Disobedience, New York Sun, September 26, 2005
- Some plan to donate to charity, instead of to Uncle Sam today, Associated Press story, April 17, 2006
- Carol Moore peace protest photos 2001-2007
- Kenneth J. Fanuchhi, "Movement Takes Hue from Greens in Germany," Los Angeles Times, March 22, 1984, interview with several green decentralist activists including Moore
- "The Nation State Break Up" NOMOS Magazine, 1985.
- From Empire To Ecstasy: A vision for the coming transition, In Context Magazine, Winter 1985/86
- Consciousness and Politics, reprint at SacredText.Com.
- Kevin Diaz, "Puppet Show," cover story about April 16, 2000 protests, Washington City Paper, April 21-27, 2000 issue; Carol Moore, "The Return of Street Fighting Man" at her web site.
- Carol Moore, “Sunspot Cycles and Activist Strategy", Exposure Magazine, May-June 2000.
- Moore, Carol. Sunspot Cycles and Activist Strategy at her web site. Accessed: 03-09-2008
- Carol Moore, The Davidian Massacre, Legacy Communications, July 1995, ISBN 978-1880692226. Full text online here.
- OnLine copy of The Davidian Massacre
- Larry Pratt, Waco Hearings: A Rush to Judgment, 1995
- Alex Heard, “The road to Oklahoma City: Inside the world of the Waco-obsessed right," The New Republic, May 15, 1995.
- Dean M. Kelley review in "Roundup of Books on Waco", First Things, February 1996; Tanya Metskya, The Waco phoenix, WorldNetDaily, September 2, 1999
- Description of "Waco Fire Storm", May 5, 1995 ABC News Nightline episode featuring Carol Moore and others
- Ambrose Evans-Prichard, The Secret Life of Bill Clinton Regnery Publishing (November 1997) ISBN-13: 978-0895264084 In notes he writes: "I am indebted to Carol Moore's well-documented work, The Davidian Massacre: Disturbing Questions About Waco Which Must Be Answered (1995)"
- Fran Haga Fuller, Invisible Action: Proof vs. Possibility, Habeas Corpus, and Waco, University of North Carolina at Pembroke Carolinas Press, 2006 ISBN 1891026356, mentions Moore on 24, 26, 117.