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Libertarian Party Candidate:

 Harry Browne
Full Name: Harry Browne
Born: June 17, 1933, in New York, New York
Age: 66

Political Experience:
Presidential candidate, 1996

Work Experience:
Author of 11 books -- including How You Can Profit from the Coming Devaluation, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World, Why Government Doesn't Work and Fail-Safe Investing, 1970-present Investment advisor

Military Experience:
Army, 1953-1956

High school graduate

Family: Married to Pamela. H e has one daughter, Autumn. Lives in Franklin, Tennessee.

Contact campaign office:
Harry Browne, Libertarian for President
P.O. Box 2347
Arlington, VA 22202
Phone: (202) 521-1200

Related Links:

Harry Browne: Libertarian for President

Listen to excerpts of candidates' stump speeches.

Related Stories:

Harry Browne (14.4 | 28.8) As part of a Monday series on third party Presidential candidates, Bob Edwards talks with Libertarian nominee, Harry Browne. At the heart of his party's platform is a call for the abolition of the income tax. Libertarians want to eradicate intrusive government.

Browne Stump Speech (14.4 | 28.8)
All Things Considered, September 13, 2000
Libertarian Candidate Harry Browne speaking in Iowa City, Iowa last night explained he is running for President because he wants to get government out of people's lives. Browne says there should be no income tax, no government oversight of education or wages. He believes individuals should decide for themselves.

Browne Nomination
Morning Edition, July 3, 2000
Libertarian Harry Browne was nominated at the party's presidential candidate on a platform based on the belief that government is not the answer to social and political problems. NPR's Andy Bowers reports for Morning Edition.

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