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1996-07-09

Harry Browne, Libertarian Party Candidate

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THIS WEEKEND in Washington D.C, the Libertarian Party nominated Harry Browne to be its candidate for President in the 1996 elections. Browne is a resident of Tennessee who writes an investment newsletter and is the author of nine books, including his recent campaign manifest: Why Government Doesn’t Work, and How I Found Freedom in an UnFree World. Browne joins us now to talk about his candidacy and explain what the Libertarian Party is all about.

GUEST; HARRY BROWNE, LIBERTARIAN PARTY

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