He was on the Selection Committee of the Right Book Club, with Norman Thwaites, Trevor Blakemore, Collinson Owen and W. A. Foyle.
After the Second World War, Ludovici fell rapidly into obscurity. In 1936, he had written enthusiastically about Adolf Hitler. He was critical of the effect of Jews on the history of England, writing a work under the pseudonym Cobbett, Jews, and the Jews in England (1938) .
From 1955 until 1969 Ludovici wrote a series of essays in the monthly journal The South African Observer. Topics under his analysis included "The Essentials of Good Government" in a series of 20 monthly parts, and "Public Opinion in England" in a similar series.
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