“To know the whole century adequately, historians will have to listen to the words of several others [alongside José Ortega y Gasset] who also belong to its formative time. To cite only three Americans: John Jay Chapman, Albert Jay Nock, and Leo Stein.” Jacques Barzun, From Dawn to Decadence

Books by John Jay Chapman

John Jay Chapman, 1898, 1909, Causes and Consequences

John Jay Chapman, 1900, 1909, Practical Agitation

John Jay Chapman, 1910, Learning and Other Essays

John Jay Chapman, 1915, Memories and Milestones

John Jay Chapman, 1921, William Lloyd Garrison

John Jay Chapman, 1924, Letters and Religion

John Jay Chapman, 1930, The Antigone of Sophocles

John Jay Chapman, 1932, New Horizons in American Life

John Jay Chapman, 2022, Uncollected Memories

Books by Albert Jay Nock

Albert Jay Nock, 1922, The Myth of a Guilty Nation

Albert Jay Nock, 1924, The Freeman Book

Albert Jay Nock, 1926, Jefferson

Albert Jay Nock, 1928, On Doing the Right Thing

Albert Jay Nock and C. R. Wilson, 1929, Rabelais: The Man and His Work

Albert Jay Nock, 1930, The Book of Journeyman

Albert Jay Nock, 1932, The Theory of Education in the United States

Albert Jay Nock, 1934, A Journey Into Rabelais’s France

Albert Jay Nock, 1934, A Journal of These Days

Albert Jay Nock, 1935, Our Enemy, The State

Albert Jay Nock, 1937, Free Speech and Plain Language

Albert Jay Nock, 1939, Henry George: An Essay

Albert Jay Nock, 1943, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man

Albert Jay Nock, 1948, Journal of Forgotten Days

Letters from Albert Jay Nock, 1924–1945

Albert Jay Nock, 2023, Things as They Are

Albert Jay Nock, 2023, State of the Union

Anonymous (Introduction by Albert Jay Nock), 1940, Meditations in Wall Street