Edmund A. Opitz papers 1946-1974


Edmund A. Opitz papers 1946-1974

Edmund Opitz (1914-2006) was a minister, author, speaker, editor, and founder of the Remnant and the Nockian Society. The collection includes correspondence, speeches, publications, and printed materials relating to the Remnant and the Nockian Society.

4.5 linear feet, 9 containers


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Nockian Society

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Opitz, Edmund A., 1914-

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The Reverent Edmund A. Opitz (1914-2006), minister, author, speaker, editor, is the energetic founder, in 1957, of the Remnant, a national fellowship of ministers predominately conservative in their political and economic outlook, and, in 1963, of the Nockian Society, a low key organization of admirers of Albert Jay Nock, an influential individualist of the first half of the 20th century. Both organizations have been run under the auspices of the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington-on...

Remnant (Organization)

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Spiritual Mobilization (Organization)

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