The Press: Fireman's Freeman

Well remembered by radicals is the "old" Freeman edited by Albert Jay Nock. It kept a circulation of about 10,000 until 1924, when Mrs. Francis Neilson decided that she could play "angel" no longer. Last year the magazine was revived as The New Freeman by Peter Fireman, a Russian-born chemist who came to the U. S. 49 years ago and amassed moderate wealth in the paint business (Magnetic Pigment Co. of Trenton, N. J.).

Last week squarejawed, short-haired Editrix Suzanne La Follette, cousin of the Wisconsin dynasty, concluded that it was "only fair" to...

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