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Published April 01, 2011 in Celebrities by Zach Varnell
Marshall Fritz was a legendary and beloved libertarian leader who founded the Advocates for Self-Government and created the world-famous World's Smallest Political Quiz. He was an innovator and a genius. He was a brilliant speaker and was extremely personable. He opened many people's eyes to new ideas and new ways of thinking. He was one of those rare people who literally changed the world.
Marshall died peacefully at home Tuesday, November 4, 2008, after a months-long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 65.
Published March 18, 2011 in Celebrities by Zach Varnell
Murray Rothbard (1926-1995) was America's greatest radical libertarian author -- writing authoritatively about ethics, philosophy, economics, American history, and the history of ideas. He presented the most fundamental challenge to the legitimacy of government, and he refined thinking about the self-ownership and non-coercion principles.
Rothbard's writings have been translated into Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Russian, and Spanish. In 1994, he received the $20,000 Richard M. Weaver (Read More)
Published March 08, 2011 in Celebrities by Zach Varnell
Walter Wlliams is a nationally syndicated columnist, author, teacher, speaker and social critic. His columns are renowned for their wit, clarity, and hard-hitting anti-statism. He is famous to millions of radio listeners as a popular substitute host on the Rush Limbaugh show.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dr. Walter E. Williams holds a B.A. in economics from California State University, Los Angeles, and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in economics from UCLA. He also holds a Doctor of Humane Letters from Virginia Union (Read More)
Published March 03, 2011 in Celebrities by Zach Varnell
Journalist Henry Hazlitt (1894-1993) had a great gift for making economic liberty understandable to ordinary people. He also played an important role in the modern libertarian movement.
He helped transmit the ideas of Ludwig von Mises and F.A. Hayek to American readers. He worked for the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post, then wrote editorials on economics for the New York Times. His front page New York Times Book Review write-up on F.A. Hayek's (Read More)