Some early 1950s issues of the ecumenical individualist journal The Freeman (the Henry Hazlitt/John Chamberlain version that segued into the version still published by the Foundation for Economic Education) have been scanned and placed online for your and history's pleasure by the Mises Institute. See them here. A very interesting look into the days when the postwar right and libertarian movements had not yet diverged as clearly as they later did. And for way more on that story, see my book Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement.
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