Index: L-M

This page forms part of the alphabetical index to the material contained within the patterns of power commentaries.  Links coloured sepia are to Edition 2 material in an older format.

Labour – employment, (3.2.1), (3.2.5), (3.3.1.4), (3.3.9.1), (3.4.2), (3.5.6.1), (3.5.9.1), (6.7.8.2)

Labour market, (3.3.3)

Labour Party (UK), (3.3.6.1), (6.2.6.1), (6.3.2.4), (6.4.5.1) and see citations in blog posts

Labour supply, (3.2.5), (3.4.3.1); also see Demographics, (3.4.3.1), (3.5.8), (4.2.2)

Laffer curve, (3.2.4.6), (3.5.1.2), (6.7.1.5)

‘Laissez-faire’, (6.2.4.3) and see citations in blog posts

Law: see Legal Power (below) and citations in blog posts

Law-abiding, (4.4.2.5), (9.2.4)

Law enforcement, (2.8.5), (5.1.3), (5.2.5), (5.2.8), (7.1.1)

Law enforcement – international, (5.3.4), (5.3.6.4), (6.6.5.1), (9.5.4)

Leadership.  See separate Index-Leadership

Left-wing, (6.2.1); also see Collectivism, (2.2), (6.2.1), (6.2.3), (6.2.6)

Legal aid, (5.2.4)

Legal power, (2.7), and see Chapter 5 and separate indexes: Legal Power and International law

Legal principles, (5.2.2)

Legislation, (5.1.3), (5.4.1), (5.4.2), (5.4.4), (6.3.2.5)

Legislature, (5.1.3), (5.2.1), (6.1.3)

Legitimacy, (5.2.3), (5.4.3), (6.3.5), (6.3.7)

Leverage ratios, (3.3.4.3), (3.3.4.4)

Libel, (5.2.4), (5.4.5.4), (6.8.5.2)

Liberalism, (6.2.1)

Libertarianism, (3.5.1.1), (6.2.1), (6.2.2.1), (6.2.2.3), (6.2.5.2); also see Index-Individualism

Liberty – a governance requirement, (2.1), (9.7)

Liberty – constrained, (4.3.2.3), (5.4.1.1), (6.2.3), (9.2.2)

Liberty – infringement, (4.2.4.6), (6.2.2.1)

Liberty – natural law, (6.2.2.1), (9.2.2)

Liberty – protected, (5.2.8), (5.4.4), (9.2.3)

Libya, (5.3.6.5)

Lies, (4.4.6.5), (5.4.5.4)(6.4.2.3), (6.4.2.6), (6.4.3.3), (6.8.5.2)

Lobbying, (6.4.4), (6.4.5)

Local government, (6.6.2), (9.2.3)

Locke, John, (4.2.3.1), (6.2.2.1), (6.3.5.2)

London riots 2011, (5.4.3.1)

Macroeconomics, (3.3.8)

Macron, French President, (6.3.3.1), (6.6.5.7)

Magnanimity, (2.4)

Malik, Kenan, (4.4.6.1)

Managers, (3.5.6), (4.3.1.1), (6.3.4.1)

Manifestos, (6.2.6.1), (6.3.2.3), Blog, (6.8.5)

Markets, (3.3)

Markets, government control, (3.3.6)

Marriage, (4.3.2.1)

Marx, Karl, (6.2.2.3), (6.2.3.2), (9.2.1)

Maslow, Abraham, (4.2.5)

Materials and supplies, (3.2.6), (3.3.2), (3.5.7)

Mechanisation, (3.2.8), (3.3.3.1), (3.3.3.2), (3.5.6.5), (6.7.8.2)

Media political influence, (4.3.5.2), (5.2.5.2), (6.3.4.4), (6.4.3), (6.4.6), (8.5.2) and see citations in blog posts

Meliorism, (6.2.1)

Middle East conflicts citations in blog posts

‘Middle-out’ economics, (3.5.6.4)

Migration, (3.4.3), (3.4.5.2), (3.5.7), (3.5.8), (6.7.3.2), (9.3); also see Immigration, (3.4.3.3), (4.2.5), (4.4.7.4), (6.7.4.1), (6.7.8), (6.7.8.3), (9.3) and Index-Pluralism

Milgram shock experiment, (4.3.2.2)

Military force, (6.7.7.5), (7.3.2), (7.4.1)(7.4.5)

Militia, (7.2.3.3)

Mill, John Stuart, (4.2.3.1), (4.3.2.3), (4.4.6.2), (6.8.3.2), (9.2.2)

Minimum wage, (3.3.1.4), (3.3.3.3), (3.4.3.3), (6.4.4), (6.7.2.3), (6.7.2.4)

Missionary activity, (4.3.5.4)

Monarchies, (6.3.1.4)

Monetarism, (3.3.8.3)

Money in politics, (3.3.9.1), (6.4.5), (6.8.2), (6.8.4.3), (8.4.5) and see citations in blog posts

Money supply, (3.3.8.3)

Monopoly, (3.3.5.3), (3.5.3.4)

Moral influence, (2.7), and see Chapter 4 and Index-Moral-influence

Morsi, Muhammad, (6.7.4.6)

Mugabe, Robert, (6.3.4.2)

Multiculturalism, (6.7.4.4)

Muslim Brotherhood, (6.7.4.6)

Muslims, (4.2.2.1), (4.4.6.3), (6.2.4.6), (6.7.4.6); also see Index-Religion

Myanmar, (7.2.4), (7.4.6.2)

My Lai massacre, (7.4.3.2)