The Press: The New Freeman

On selected newsstands in New York City this week appeared an old journalistic name on a new magazine. The name: The Freeman. Once a radical organ of the left, the new Freeman, a fortnightly magazine of opinion, is hopefully aiming to be the voice of the "nontotalitarian right." Founded by the late Albert Jay Nock, author and self-styled radical, the old Freeman died in 1924. It was revived as the New Freeman in the early '30s by Suzanne LaFollette,* oldtime liberal and Freeman editor, author (Art in America), and longtime defender of Leon Trotsky...

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