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Marc Abela

Marc Abela is the organizer of the Mises Meetings in Japan

1 contribution since December 2013

Michel Accad

Michel Accad is a physician practicing cardiology and internal medicine in a private practice in San Francisco that only works for patients. See his blog, Alert & Oriented. Send him mail.

1 contribution since August 2011

Lord Acton

Lord Acton (John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, 1834–1902) was a leading 19th-century historian in the classical-liberal tradition. He watched the growth of the United States with great interest, and lamented the decline of states' rights and federalism. While he was a prolific writer and speaker, his great work, a history of freedom, was never completed.

8 contributions (includes 2 audio since July 2009

Charles Adams

Charles Adams

15 contributions (includes 13 audio since August 2007

Julian Adorney

Julian Adorney is an economic historian, entrepreneur, and fiction writer.

3 contributions since December 2013

Sal Ahmed

Sal Ahmed is a graduate of Benedictine University with a B.A. in Economics. He currently works for a telecom company and is pursuing a graduate degree in supply chain management.

1 contribution (includes 1 audio since June 2014

Dave Albin

Dave Albin

Dave Albin conducts process development research and provides technical support for a food equipment manufacturer in Iowa. Send him mail.

5 contributions since March 2010

Logan Albright

Logan Albright is Director of Fiscal Research at Capital Policy Analytics, Research Analyst for FreedomWorks, and a contributing editor for Mises Canada. He lives in Washington, DC.

1 contribution since July 2014

Carmen Alexe

Carmen Alexe

Carmen Alexe is a real-estate mortgage consultant with Global Solutions. Coming from a country without individual freedom or respect for private property, she is concerned with the path America is taking. She's also a regular guest on Jay Taylor's "Turning Hard Times into Good Times" on VoiceAmerica Business. Read her blog. Send her mail.

1 contribution since January 2012

Charlotte Allen

Charlotte Allen

Charlotte Allen is the author of The Human Christ: The Search for the Historical Jesus and a contributing editor to the Minding the Campus website of the Manhattan Institute. She writes regularly for the Weekly Standard and is a frequent contributor of opinion pieces to the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Send her mail.

1 contribution since September 2009

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