David Nolan

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David Nolan
David Nolan (pondering) Denver 2008.jpg
Pondering a suggestion at the 2008 national convention in Denver
Libertarian National Committee
Predecessor: Inaugural
Successor: Susan Nolan
Personal Details
Birth: November 23, 1943
Washington, D.C.
Death: November 21, 2010(2010-11-21) (aged 66)
Tucson, Arizona
Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Occupation: Activist, Writer
Party: Libertarian Party

David Fraser Nolan (November 23, 1943 – November 21, 2010) was the most well-known founder of the Libertarian Party, creator of the Nolan Chart, and heavily active participant in the Libertarian Party. He also founded the Committee to Form a Libertarian Party that created the party in 1971.

He was selected as the interim first national chair by the steering committee and served until the 1972 Libertarian National Convention.

Preceded by:
Libertarian Party National Chair
Succeeded by:
Susan Nolan

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