A deeply knowledgeable historian conversant in several disciplines, Leonard P. Liggio (1933–2014) was also an intellectual organizer who for many decades built bridges between libertarian scholars and think tanks around the world. He will also be remembered for his kindness, accessibility, and encouragement to scholars who worked inside and outside the classical liberal tradition.

Phillip W. Magness is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute and David J. Theroux Chair in Political Economy
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Other Independent Review articles by Phillip W. Magness
Fall 2023 Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto
Winter 2022/23 The Hyperpoliticization of Higher Ed: Trends in Faculty Political Ideology, 1969–Present
Spring 2022 “The Danger of Deplorable Reactions”: W. H. Hutt on Liberalism, Populism, and the Constitutional Political Economy of Racism
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