Marshall Fritz, the longtime libertarian leader who founded the Advocates for Self-Government and created the famous World's Smallest Political Quiz, died November 4 of pancreatic cancer at the age of 65. Lisa Snell, the Reason Foundation's Director of Education and Child Welfare, remembers him as an eloquent champion who believed and practiced the notion that liberty starts at home.
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