An intellectual and moral autobiography of the great man up to 1931 supplemented
by Everett Skilling's postscript covering 1932-1949. The philosophical and
theological ideas that prompted him to write his major works occupy a large part
of what he regards as important in his life. His wife gets less notice than Bach
or St. Paul. The translation is awkward and needs more commas.
Year Read: 1986
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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