Albert Jay Nock
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Who is Albert Jay Nock?
Albert Jay Nock was an influential American libertarian author, educational theorist, and social critic of the early and middle 20th century.
- also known as Albert Nock
- born on (145 years ago) in Scranton
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Bard College
- profession: Journalist
- died on (70 years ago)
- written works: "Our Enemy, the State", "Selected Letters of Albert Jay Nock", "Memoirs of a Superfluous Man", "Thomas Jefferson", "On Doing the Right Thing and Other Essays", "The Book of Journeyman", "A Journal of Forgotten Days: May 1934-October 1935", "Cogitations from Albert Jay Nock", "Snoring as a Fine Art", "Letters from Albert Jay Nock, 1924-1945", "The Myth of a Guilty Nation", "The State of the Union", "The Disadvantages of Being Educated and Other Essays", "World Scouts", "On Doing the Right Thing", "Free Speech and Plain Language", "The Theory of Education in the United States", "A Journey into Rabelais's France"
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by T.J. Carty
Grottey AJOURNALIST Charles Taber Congdon Isaac Clark Pray William Gunn Shepherd JOURNEYMAN Albert Jay Nock JOURNEYMAN ENGINEER Thomas Wright AJOURNEYMAN MASON Hugh Miller AJOURNEYMAN PRINTER ...
by Lilless McPherson Shilling, Linda K. Fuller
Albert Jay Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man It is a little hard to believe ...
by Wendy Toliver
Albert Jay Nock The acceptance of women as authority figures or as role models is an important step in female education.
by Donald T. Critchlow, Philip R. VanderMeer
Early anarchistic libertarians included Lysander Spooner, Benjamin Tucker, and Albert Jay Nock. More recently Murray Rothbard in For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto (1973) and David Friedman in The Machinery of Freedom: Guide ...
by Robert W. Kolb
writer and critic Albert Jay Nock, draw an explicit distinction between a government and a state, asserting that a government seeks to provide only the functions necessary for community life. Once a government expands beyond the provision ...
by Peter R. Eisenstadt, Laura-Eve Moss
Albert Jay Nock was the editor of the Freeman (1920-24) and the author of Our Enemy, The State (1935). Ayn Rand, who ...
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