The Unadjusted Man, by Peter Viereck
Under various pseudonyms, the Unadjusted Man has of late become a familiar figure. He is part David Reisman’s Autonomous Man, part the hero of George Orwell’s 1984, part Colin Wilson’s Outsider. Each of these types has, of course, its distinctive characteristics, and the mark of Peter Viereck’s Unadjusted Man is his conscious, indeed self-conscious, conservatism. The Unadjusted Man voices the New Conservative indictment of modern American democratic-nationalist-mass-industrial society.
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