He goes on about the Jews then leads into economics. I guess this is his antisemitism rearing its ugly head.
He equates the Russian NEP with “the immolation of men to machinery” – excellent line and observation to equate man, machine, fire, life, death, rebirth all in one.
“philosophy is not for young men” reminds me of no country for old men.
Chaucer would not have liked Pound.
Beauty is difficult.