Albert Jay Nock

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Albert Jay Nock (1870-1945) was an American writer famous for his Libertarian positions and opposition to liberalism, best represented by his Our Enemy, the State (1935) and his autobiography Memoirs of a Superfluous (1943)

Further reading

  • Robert M. Thornton. "A Stroll With Albert Jay Nock," Modern Age Volume 46, Number 3; Summer 2004 online edition