Liberty, individualism, and self-reliance have rarely had more enthusiastic champions than Isabel Paterson, Rose Wilder Lane, and Zora Neal Hurston. Unyielding to the collectivist tenor of their times, each of these writers offered remarkably prescient insights about the New Deal welfare-warfare state and the internal contradictions of communism.
|Other Independent Review articles by David T. Beito|
|Spring 2016||The Lodger Evil and the Transformation of Progressive Housing Reform, 18901930|
|Fall 2010||Selling Laissez-faire Antiracism to the Black Masses: Rose Wilder Lane and the Pittsburgh Courier|
|Summer 2008||Punishment and Inequality in America|
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