Monthly broadsheet published by Frank Chodorov between 1944 and 1951


analysis: 1949-1951
    by Charles H. Hamilton, The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America, 1999
Note: the initial publication date is incorrect in the original title
"From November 1944 through January 1951, there appeared a monthly four-page broadsheet titled analysis, which publisher Frank Chodorov later described as 'an individualist publication–the only one of its kind in America.' During those years, analysis became an unofficial and feisty standard-bearer for what Murray N. Rothbard has called the 'old American right.' ... analysis proved to be an important intellectual link between the Old Right of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s and the development of the conservative and libertarian Right in the 1950s and 1960s."

Publication Frequency

November 1944-January 1951

Staff and Associates

Frank ChodorovEditor, publisher (as Analysis Associates)


Chodorov, Frank (1887-1966), by Aaron Steelman, The Encyclopedia of Libertarianism, 15 Aug 2008
Biographical essay
"In 1944, Chodorov began publishing a four-page broadsheet called analysis, in which in nearly every issue he was the sole writer. He greatly valued his editorial independence, calling analysis the 'most gratifying venture of my life.' ... Although analysis had a small circulation, it exerted great influence over many young conservatives and libertarians, including William F. Buckley ... and Murray N. Rothbard ... In the end, however, such devoted readers were unable to save analysis, and, as a result, Chodorov was forced to merge his publication with the Washington-based Human Events in 1951."
Related Topic: Frank Chodorov