The Press: The Freeman Changes Hands

The Freeman, fortnightly opinion journal of the far right, has been going downhill ever since its founders fell out more than a year ago (TIME, Jan. 26, 1953). After hitting a peak of almost 22,000, circulation slipped, and a few weeks ago the Freeman was about ready to fold. Last week it had some fresh help. It was taken over by the Foundation for Economic Education, a nonprofit organization, which has turned it into a monthly. The magazine also had a new editor: Frank Chodorov, 67, director from 1936 to 1941 of the Henry George School of Social Science and author...

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