One man's attempt to resist ""collectivism"" or ""New Deal socialism"" forms a capitalist manifesto which for the most part is based on Mr. Heinsohn's correspondence and controversy with the Union, the National Labor Relations Board, the O.F.A. and other agencies after he took over a cotton mill in Knoxville, Tennessee. From his rebuttal of minimum wage rates, parity, TVA, he goes back in time to the first fight for freedom- the Revolution- and forward again to plead for a return to constitutional government. The appendix includes further governmental memoranda on cases and policies.... Written, in part, as a letter to his children, he is unlikely to enlist general support.