Robert Montgomery (1904–1981) was an American stage and motion-picture actor and director. He was also a radio commentator and the narrator of the popular television show, "Robert Montgomery Presents."
The pleaders for statism insist that while all-powerful government might be inherently bad under a despot or dictator, it can be a perfectly wholesome thing under democratic auspices with the principle of majority rule, writes Robert Montgomery. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Floy Lilley.
The blessings of liberty have been diffused in this land of ours to an unsurpassed degree, not because of government intervention but only because it was here that the torch of individual freedom was kindled and borne aloft.