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Robert LeFevre

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Robert LeFevre (1911–1986) ran the Freedom School and Rampart College, founded in 1957. He had a legendary impact on a whole generation of libertarians. LeFevre's complete audio archives is available in Mises Media.

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Rampart Journal - Summer 1966

06/05/2009Rampart Journal
Robert LeFevre The Rampart Journal - Summer 1966
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Rampart Journal - Summer 1965

06/05/2009Rampart Journal
Rampart Journal (Summer 1965)
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Rampart Journal - Spring 1968

06/05/2009Rampart Journal
Robert LeFevre The Rampart Journal - Spring 1968
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Who Was the Original Aunt Jemima and What Did She Do?

05/16/2006Mises Daily Articles
Robert LeFevre says that the original Aunt Jemima (Jemima Nicholas) was a Welsh woman who may have prevented the expansion of the French Empire.
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The Nature of Man and His Government

11/18/2005Mises Daily Articles
Here is Robert LeFevre's classic argument for a purely free society, the essay that made him a leading, if controversial, spokesman for the libertarian position on government and society.
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