Neil McCaffrey Jr. (1925–1994) was the president of the Conservative Book Club, which he founded in 1964. A year later, stating that there weren't enough titles for the book club, he founded Arlington House, which published Harry Browne's How You Can Profit From the Coming Devaluation (edited by Lew Rockwell). Many of the company's books reflected McCaffrey's enthusiasm for old films and the music of the 1920s, '30s and '40s. He founded the Nostalgia Book Club in 1968 and in 1978 took over the Movie Entertainment Book Club.
Ludwig von Mises: "There is no such thing as an absolute notion of justice not referring to a definite system of social organization. . . . There is neither right nor wrong outside the social nexus." - Human Action