Frank Chodorov profoundly influenced the intellectual development of the post-World War II libertarian/conservative movement. These essays have been assembled for the first time from Chodorov's writings in magazines, newspapers, books, and pamphlets. They sparkle with his individualistic perspective on politics, human rights, socialism, capitalism, education, and foreign affairs.
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- 146 x 224 x 26mm | 698.54g
- 01 Oct 1980
- Liberty Fund Inc
- Indianapolis, IN, United States
- bibliography, index
Fugitive Essays: Selected Writings of Frank Chodorov
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A collection of Chodorov’s essays selected from The Freeman and Human Events and other publications.
Fugitive Essays: Selected Writings of Frank Chodorov, Compiled, Edited, and with an Introduction by Charles H. Hamilton (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1980).
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