If you like Albert Jay Nock…

…take a look at some of the things the Mises Institute has been putting on-line: not just his better known works (Memoirs of a Superfluous Man; Our Enemy, the State) but also some hard-to-find volumes, including The Book of Journeyman, a collection of many of his short pieces for the New Freeman. I set me back about $60, or a bit more, to acquire that just a couple of years ago.


2 thoughts on “If you like Albert Jay Nock…

  1. H.L. Nock December 20, 2006 / 12:57 am

    I consider Nock and Mencken to be my intellectual patrons. I first heard of Nock three years ago via LRC, when I was trying to find out where I stand politically (it was Nock who introduced me to Mencken). I then started to read all his works I could get my hands on. Two years ago I managed to track down a used copy of “Memoirs of a Superfluous Man”; it cost me some $30. I was a bit stunned when I saw it for free just a few months ago on Mises.org; a bit hurt that I spent $30 on something that was ultimately put out for free, but glad that everyone could have access to such a wonderful piece of literature. If there are two persons deserving the title of Tory Anarchists, it’s those two great figures.

  2. Kenneth R. Gregg January 14, 2007 / 7:13 pm

    You have the New Freeman? Outside of library copies (and those quite rare), I have yet to see a copy. Have you read his other “Journal” books? Quite insightful and, of course, quite cosmopolitan. Beautifully written and a true joy to read.

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