George Walford: Editorial Notes (20)

GREEN THUMB-CORNER This is the season for gardening, as defined as: Eleven months of hard work for one month of bitter disappointment. And the one phrase we all know and hate: “A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot!,” is a mistranscription. What he actually wrote was: “A garden is a toilsome thing, God rot… read more »

George Walford: New Readers Start Here (20)

Ideological Commentary announces itself as “an independent journal of systematic ideology,” but we do not claim final knowledge of this theory; the formulation that looked like the ultimate last month needs alteration now, and the account given here will be subject to continuous revision. The theory was created and largely developed by the late Harold… read more »

George Walford: Friedman or Free Men?

Whether there are any free men or free women may be debatable, but there are certainly two Friedman. David the son wrote “The Machinery of Freedom” and Milton the father wrote (among other works) Capitalism and Freedom (Phoenix Books, University of Chicago Press, 1963). Milton Friedman’s theories have been said to be the inspiration for… read more »