""The proposals should take into account the revolutionary treatment of stolen ?private? and ?public? property in libertarian, radical, and revolutionary terms; the factors which have oppressed people so far, and so forth. Murray Rothbard and others have done much theoretical work along these lines but it can never be enough for just a few to shoulder so much of the burden." The late Karl Hess challenged the dominant thinking of many of his fellow libertarians in this classic essay originally published in a 1969 issue of The Libertarian Forum."