Having shared two employers with the late Roy A. Childs, Jr., and heard folks at both places praise him to the skies, I've been interested for some years in this underappreciated essayist. I didn't share his anarchism (neither, eventually, did he), but he was invariably an interesting read. Now, a long and long-lost piece called The Epistemological Basis of Anarchism has just been published online for the first time. At first glance, it's a little heavier on Objectivese than I usually find readable and covers a lot of the same ground as his better-known Open Letter to Ayn Rand, but if you've got a taste for that sort of thing, give it a shot.
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