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The Freeman Feburary 1955

07/14/2009Frank Chodorov

Frank Chodorov The Freeman February 1955


Frank Chodorov

Frank Chodorov was an advocate of the free market, individualism, and peace. He began as a supporter of Henry George and edited the Georgist paper the Freeman before founding his own journal, which became the influential Human Events. He later founded another version of the Freeman for the Foundation for Economic Education and lectured at the Freedom School in Colorado.


Should We Trade with Russia? - V. Orval Watts; Yalta: Anniversary of Humiliation - William Henry Chamberlin; "Uraniumaires" - Frank Chodorov; Does Government Spending Bring Prosperity? - Percy L. Greaves; Religious Roots of Liberty - Edmund A. Opitz; Fundamentals of Education - Nellie K. Wadhams; Tribunes of the People - James Burnham; 1929: Then and Now - Hans F. Sennholz; The Government's Freight Business - Paul L. Poirot; The American Way - E. Gordon Fox

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