by Ronald Hamowy, The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America, 1999
Chapter in part six, "The Libertarian Press" of The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America, authored by Ronald Hamowy
New Individualist Review was a libertarian publication founded by Ralph Raico while at the University of Chicago. It was first published in April 1961 and produced 17 issues until it ceased publication in 1968. Raico and other graduate students comprised the editorial board. Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman and later, economist George Stigler, were on the advisory board. In 1981, Friedman wrote that he believed the publication had "set an intellectual standard which has not yet, I believe, been matched by any of the more recent publications in the same philosophical tradition."
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