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About meHow could a bloodless libertarian revolution succeed?

From this question, a decade ago, my novel Progress took shape.

It was while studying the novel that I grew interested in libertarianism. After graduating, I worked as a reporter for a local newspaper. In 1999, I participated in an Austrian economics seminar, cosponsored by the Foundation for Economic Education and New York University. I wrote my first book review essay for the Foundation for Economic Education’s magazine, The Freeman, that same year. In 2000, I participated in a Cato Institute seminar, Advancing Civil Society. In 2001, I published an editorial in The Detroit News. I spent the next nine years developing and writing Progress.

Charles Stampul
July, 2010

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