From 1942 to 1945, libertarian writer Rose Wilder Lane penned a weekly column for the Pittsburgh Courier, the most widely read American black newspaper of the time. Her work for the paper was the most ambitious effort of any author during this period to promote laissez-faire ideas to a black audience.
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