The discovery of freedom : man's struggle against authority

by Rose Wilder Lane

Other authorsRobert LeFevre (Foreword), Rober Lea MacBridge (Introduction)
Paperback, 1972

Call number

323.44

Publication

New York, Arno Press, 1972 [c1943]

Description

Rose Wilder Lane an American journalist, travel writer, novelist, and political theorist, lived from 1886 until 1968. She was the daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder, and widely considered a silent collaborator on the Little House series. She is noted - with Ayn Rand and Isabel Paterson - as one of the founding mothers of the American libertarian movement. This is her non-fiction book (1943), one that had a huge impact on American libertarian thought in the 20th century. Here we have an eloquent hymn to human energy and its creative power. Her prose is stark and strong, the product of decades of experience in attempting to get readers to listen, and succeeding. --Amazon.com.

DDC/MDS

323.44

Original publication date

1943

Physical description

xv, 262 p.; 23 cm

ISBN

0405004257 / 9780405004254

Barcode

501

Language

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