The Remnant and The Majority (L75)

Can the Remnant ever become the majority?

In chapter 13 of The Freedom Philosophy, “Isaiah’s Job”, Albert J Nock speaks on mobilizing the masses. More specifically, he talks about the conflict between the masses and the Remnant. When touching on the Remnants, he speaks of them as few in number (though not directly indicating their size as a group). Though the true number remains unclear, why couldn’t it be said, that there were many Remnants? There is no reason why they could not grow to become the masses (the majority). Although it may be unlikely, it is not impossible in the least.

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