Quarterly journal founded and edited (for its first six years) by Ralph Raico, published between 1961 and 1968

Reference

New Individualist Review: 1961-1968
    by Ronald Hamowy, The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America, 1999
"In the fall of 1960, Ralph Raico, then a graduate working under F. A. Hayek at the University of Chicago, conceived the idea of starting an independent journal dedicated to promoting an open society and individual liberty. ... Hayek, Milton Friedman of the economics department, and Richard Weaver of the English department, agreed to serve as editorial advisers to the new review. ... In April 1961, the New Individualist Review was launched with Raico acting as editor in chief, Hamowy as book review editor, and McCarthy, Schuettinger, and Weicher as associate editors."

Publication Frequency

April 1961-Winter 1968
Quarterly

Staff and Associates

Ralph RaicoEditor, 1961-1966

Articles

Ralph Raico, RIP, by Jim Powell, 16 Dec 2016
Memorial and biographical note, including short bibliography
"Ralph started a quarterly student journal called New Individualist Review and served as editor-in-chief. Each issue featured about a half-dozen articles. The first issue appeared in April 1961. The lead article was 'Capitalism and Freedom' by Milton Friedman. The second issue featured 'Freedom and Coercion' by Hayek. And so it went, a cavalcade of scholarly stars, including three future Nobel Laureates. The authors included George Stigler, Yale Brozen, Karl Brunner, Henry Hazlitt, W.H. Hutt, David Levy, Walter Oi, Sam Peltzman, Wilhelm Roepke, B.R. Shenoy, Gordon Tullock, Joe Cobb, and E.G. West, in addition to Hayek and Friedman."
Related Topics: Circle Bastiat, Ralph Raico