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  • | alma_mater = [[Saint Petersburg State University#History|Petrograd State University]] | awards = [[Prometheus Award]] Hall of Fame inductee in 1987 (for ''[[Anthem (novella)|Anthem]]'') and co-inaugura
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  • | notableworks = ''The Discovery of Freedom'' {{Libertarianism sidebar}}
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  • ...upplied by the free and unhampered market, thus going beyond the criticism of Herbert and Spencer and, arguing with Molinari, that the market could offer ...e different ideological currents under the proposal of Tarrida del Mármol of an anarchism without adjectives.” Diez, X. (2007). El anarquismo individu
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  • ...out 12 died from illness or in accidents<ref>Robert W. Coakley, ''The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1789–1878'' (DIANE Publish ...as a "whiskey tax". The new excise was a part of [[United States Secretary of the Treasury|U.S. treasury secretary]] [[Alexander Hamilton]]'s program to
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  • | notableworks = [[No Treason]], [[The Unconstitutionality of Slavery]] ...il Company]], which was forced out of business by the [[Federal government of the United States|United States federal government]].
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  • | subject = [[Libertarianism]] {{Libertarianism sidebar}}
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  • ...untary communes]] |''[[The Conquest of Bread]]'' |''[[Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution]]'' |{{nowrap|''[[Fields, Factories and Workshops]]''}}}} ...rray Bookchin|Bookchin]]<ref name=Bookchin>Bookchin, Murray. ''The Ecology of Freedom''. Oakland: [[AK Press]], 2005. p.11</ref> |[[Bob Black|Black]] |[[
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  • ...rganization]]s, designed to allow the voter to indicate disapproval of all of the candidates in a [[voting system]]. It is based on the principle that [[ ...rejected this.<ref name="tribune">http://tribune.com.pk/story/530557/none-of-the-above-vote-to-be-added-to-ballots-ecp/</ref>
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  • ...r Mencken is known for ''[[The American Language]]'', a multi-volume study of how the English language is spoken in the United States. His satirical repo ...porter of scientific progress, skeptical of economic theories and critical of [[osteopathic]]/[[chiropractic]] medicine.
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  • ...s influential for both her writings and her public stands on social issues of the day. ...f>Applegate, Debby (2006). ''The Most Famous Man in America: The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher.'' Doubleday Religious Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-307-
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  • ...[[The Probability Broach]]'' and its sequels, and takes place in a country of the same name. ==History==
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  • ...War II]] and the [[New Deal]]. He was called by [[Ralph Raico]] "the last of the Old Right greats."<ref>[[Ralph Raico|Raico, Ralph]] (2011-03-29) [https ...pping into a cause."<ref>{{cite book |title=Out of Step: The Autobiography of an Individualist |last=Chodorov |first=Frank |authorlink= |year=1962 |publi
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  • ...libertarian]] [[business]]man, [[radio]] personality, and primary theorist of [[autarchism]]. ...mline University]] studying English and drama. He then worked at a variety of jobs during the [[Great Depression]], such as acting and radio announcing.
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  • ...ly Powell''', became an influential leader of the [[Seminole]] in Florida. Of mixed parentage, [[Muscogee people|Creek]], [[Ulster Scots people|Scots-Iri ...hs later in prison at [[Fort Moultrie]] in [[Charleston, South Carolina]], of causes reported as an internal infection or malaria.
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  • ...sopher and politician. In 1972 he became the first presidential candidate of the [[Libertarian Party (United States)|Libertarian Party]], and was the on ...[University of Southern California]], where for many years he was chairman of the philosophy department and [[professor emeritus]].<ref>[http://johnhospe
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  • ==Presidents of the Old United States/North American Confederacy== ...hese individuals are prominent in the history of either [[Anarchism]] or [[Libertarianism]].
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  • ...history]], the so-called [[Albert Gallatin|Gallatin]] Universe, where a [[Libertarianism|libertarian]] society has formed on the [[North American]] continent, style ...y finds himself projected into the [[North American Confederacy]] by means of the "Probability Broach", an interdimensional conduit originally developed
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