Free Enterprise Press
Free Enterprise Press is the book publishing division of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise. While the earlier books were initially published by Free Enterprise Press itself both later editions and recent titles have been released by Merril Press, a division of Merril Mail Marketing, Inc.
- Paul Driessen, "Eco-Imperialism Green Power Black Death", Merril Press, November 2003.
- Diana White Horse Capp, "Brother Against Brother America's New War Over Land Rights", Merril Press, October 1, 2002
- Nick Nichols, "Rules for Corporate Warriors How to Fight and Survive Attack Group Shakedowns, Merril Press; September 27, 2001
- Ron Arnold,"Undue Influence Wealthy Foundations, Grant-Driven Green Groups, and Zealous Bureaucrats That Control Your Future, Free Enterprise Press, October 1999.
- Ron Arnold, "EcoTerror The Violent Agenda to Save Nature - The World of the Unabomber", Free Enterprise Press, April 1997
- Ron Arnold and Alan Gottlieb, "Trashing the Economy How Runaway Environmentalism is Wrecking America", Merril Press; 2nd edition October 1998
- Ron Arnold, "Ecology Wars Environmentalism as if People Mattered", Merril Press; Reissue edition, October 1998.
- Don Hummel, "Stealing the National Parks The Destruction of Concessions and Park Access", Free Enterprise Press, January 1987.
- K. A. Soderburg and Jackie Durette, "People of the Tongass Alaska Forestry Under Attack", Free Enterprise Press, December 1988
- Andrea Arnold, "Fear of Food Environmentalist Scams, Media Mendacity, and the Law of Disparagement", Merril Press; Reissue edition, October 1998.
- William Perry Pendley, "It Takes A Hero The Grassroots Battle Against Environmental Oppression", Merril Press; Reissue edition October 1998
- Wayne Hage, "Storm Over Rangelands Private Rights in Federal Lands", Free Enterprise Press, 3rd edition June 1994
- Alan Gottlieb (editor), "The Wise Use Agenda", Free Enterprise Press, February 1989
- Joseph S. Fulda, Ph.D "Steps towards Libertarianism", Free Enterprise Press, reissued December 1997.