By Albert Jay Nock
This glorious choice of essays by way of Albert Jay Nock, first released in 1928, contains his "Anarchist's Progress," "Thoughts on Revolution," "The Decline of Conversation," and different classics by means of this nice American essayist and influential libertarian philosopher. This ebook has been very tough to discover, yet now appears to be like during this precise Mises Institute sequence.
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All I suggest is that the influence of his tastes and distastes upon American civilization should be understood. The moment one looks at the chart of this civilization one sees the line set by Mr. Finkman, and this line is so distinct that one cannot but take it as one's principal lead. If one wishes to get a measure of American civilization, one not only must sooner or later take the measure of Mr. Finkman's predilections, but will save time and trouble by taking it at the outset. As evidence of the reach of Mr.
He makes enough out of it to pay him for writing it, and so his instinct of expansion is satisfied. But he is satisfied, not exhilarated. When, on the other hand, his publisher sells a hundred thousand copies of another novel, he is at once in the American 33 O N D O I N G T H E R I G H T T H I N G formula of success. The novel may not have much exercised his sense of intellect, beauty, morals, religion, and manners—it may be, in other words, an indifferent novel—but he is nevertheless quite in Mr.
Ochs and Mr. Munsey, and to *7 O N D O I N G T H E R I G H T T H I N G quite as good purpose 5 it listens to the schoolmaster's views on public questions as uncritically as New York listens to Mr. Nicholas Murray Butler's, and to quite as good purpose. Baldwinsville's dominant type of morals is as straitly legalistic, formal, and superficial as our own ·y its dominant type of religion is easily recognizable as the hard, dogged, unintelligent fanaticism with which Zenith confronted Mr. Sinclair Lewis.
On Doing the Right Thing by Albert Jay Nock