If you could pick an utterly delightful and refreshing and stimulating companion for a few hours conversation, Albert Jay Nock, as evidenced in these pages, would be the ideal. Failing that opportunity, don't miss a chance of reading you -- rselves and recommending it to all your intelligent customers -- men and women -- this random journal of six months (June 1932 -- December 1933). Politics -- personalities -- the daily news -- books --head line features -- casual events -- the big show of civilization today, from the point of view of a keen mind, a frankly iconoclastic kind of snobbery, a stimulating frankness. By turn of a phrase or twist of a viewpoint, he neatly picks off current figures, and modern, and modern foibles. A book to own, for pick up reading.