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, â€œBeltway Libertarians,â€ Liberty Magazine, September 1998.
- David Bergland elected National Chair as Libertarians gather for Convention, Libertarian Party News archives, August, 1998
- Carol Moore, â€œConvention Diary,â€ Liberty Magazine, September 2002.
- Julian Sanchez and David Weigel, Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?, Reason Magazine, January 16, 2008.
- Taylor, Joan Kennedy, â€œCommunities in Peril,â€ reviews of Carol Mooreâ€™s book The Davidian Massacre and Carol Mooreâ€™s introduction to reissue of Karl Hessâ€™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, â€œSunspot Cycles and Activist Strategy,â€ 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, â€œThe 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.