Free Speech and Plain Language
by Albert Jay Nock

I liked this better than The Book of Journeyman and Memoirs of a Superfluous Man, and Jefferson. It is more thought provoking and better written. The first three essays on women are very good and so is the one on imposter terms. The others have good and bad ideas mixed together, but are worth reading for their style and general import.

Year Read: 1975


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