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Suzanne La Follette (1893 –1983)

  • The Libertarian Tradition
June 15, 2011

As the protege of Albert Jay Nock, La Follette's thinking reflected much of his own. Her valuable book Concerning Women stressed that the interests of the state are opposed to the interests of society and that economic freedom was needed for all not just for women. She was a rigorous opponent of all government interventionism.

She had loved working with and for Albert Jay Nock. She had learned so much from him.


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