Leonard P. Liggio, 81, died Tuesday after a period of declining health. Sheldon Richman writes that he lost one of his favorite teachers this week, as did so many other libertarians, not to mention the freedom movement as a whole. Leonard was a major influence on Richman's worldview during the nearly 40 years he new him, and while he hadn't seen Leonard much in recent years, he has a hard time picturing the world — and the noble struggle for liberty — without him.
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