Economist and libertarian Bill Peterson died today at 91. Bill had a distinguished academic and corporate career—including
serving as a colleague at NYU to Ludwig von Mises—but he was never
happier or more effective than teaching the truths of the free market to
businessmen, which he did in speeches and in writing. He agreed with
Mises that economics was too important to be left to the economists.
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