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Insatiable government.


Insatiable government.

Garrett, Garet.

Caxton Press


247 pages




Journalist Garet Garrett (1878-1954) was a fierce critic of the New Deal and has become something of an icon among those now known as paleoconservatives. Having previously put together the Garrett collections Salvos Against the New Deal (2002) and Defend America First (2003), editor Ramsey here presents a third. He has chosen 27 pieces by Garrett written between 1923 and 1950. They are intended to demonstrate Garrett's organic view of capitalism and opposition to war and the insatiable state.

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