Frank Chodorov was an advocate of the free market, individualism, and peace. He began as a supporter of Henry George and edited the Georgist paper the Freeman before founding his own journal, which became the influential Human Events. He later founded another version of the Freeman for the Foundation for Economic Education and lectured at the Freedom School in Colorado.
Chodorov's writing is leagues above most of what passes for political writing today.
Chodorov argues that the income tax — more than any other legislative change in American history — made it possible to violate individual rights.
A Collection of Chodorov's most profound essays on the topic of individualism.
Perhaps Chodorov's best work overall. Certainly suitable for classroom use, or as a primer on economics and society.