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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/7300/albert-jay-nock-forgotten-man-of-the-old-right/

Albert Jay Nock: Forgotten Man of the Old Right

October 15, 2007 by

Here it is in one package, an illustration of the level of learning that had been lost with mass education, a picture of the way a true political dissident from our collectivist period thinks about the modern world, and a comprehensive argument for the very meaning of freedom and civility — all from a man who helped shape the Right's intellectual response to the triumph of FDR's welfare-warfare state.

It was destined to be a classic, read by many generations to come. But then the official doctrine changed. FULL ARTICLE

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Tom Hurst October 16, 2007 at 5:29 am

It’s good to see articles by and about Albert Jay Nock appearing here on Mises.org. Sadly forgotten by the mainstream, but an exceptional writer and thinker nevertheless. In particular, Nock’s “Jefferson” is by far the best biography of Jefferson that I have read – it’s interesting, factual, and a fast read. In part I enjoyed it because it presents Jefferson as I imagine him. Everyone should read more Nock!

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