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Rise and Fall of Society: An Essay on the Economic Forces That Underlie Social Institutions

by Frank Chodorov

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Frank Chodorov adored the work of Albert Jay Nock, particularly Nock's writings on the State, and so Chodorov set out to rework Nock's book in his own style-with this book being the result. It describes in detail the difference between the "State" and "Society" and highlights issues current to this day, such as high tax, high spend and loss of freedom. The book illustrates the formation of a society, its government, and the eventual dismantling of society by governing political bodies.… (more)
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Frank Chodorov adored the work of Albert Jay Nock, particularly Nock's writings on the State, and so Chodorov set out to rework Nock's book in his own style-with this book being the result. It describes in detail the difference between the "State" and "Society" and highlights issues current to this day, such as high tax, high spend and loss of freedom. The book illustrates the formation of a society, its government, and the eventual dismantling of society by governing political bodies.

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