Henry Geiger

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Henry Geiger (August 10, 1908 - 15 February 1989) was the editor, publisher, and chief writer of MANAS Journal which was published from 1948-1988.

He “had been variously a chorus boy on Broadway, a journalist, a conscientious objector in World War II, a commercial printer, and a lecturer at The United Lodge of Theosophists in Los Angeles.”[1] Abraham Maslow called him “the only small ‘p’ philosopher America has produced in this century.”[1] Geiger was also an advocate of Edward Bellamy's type of socialism.[2] Some of Geiger's associates, such as Lewis Hill, would later be involved in the creation of Pacifica Radio.[2]


  1. ^ a b Grossman, Richard. “A Man and His ‘Paper,’” Utne Reader, May/June 1989
  2. ^ a b Matthew Lasar, Pacifica Radio 2E. Temple University Press, 2000 ISBN 1566397774 (p. 30-31).

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