Donald Feder

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Donald Feder
At-Large Committee Member
Libertarian Party of New York
1975—1976
Chair
Capital District Libertarian Party
January 1975—January 1976
Predecessor: Position Established
Successor: Unknown
Personal Details
Party: Republican Party

Donald "Don" Feder was a Libertarian party official and activist in the 1970s.

Feder was an At-Large Committee Member from 1975 to 1976. In 1976, he was elected Vice-Chair, but later resigned, and was replaced by Carl Hastings.

He has moved on to become a conservative writer and activist who is openly hostile to libertarianism.

Organizational Positions

Libertarian Party of New York
  • Vice-Chair (1976)
  • At-Large (1975—1976)
Capital District Libertarian Party
  • Chair (January 1975—January 1976)
Association of Libertarian Lawyers
  • President (1975—?)
Jerome Tuccille for Governor
  • Albany area coordinator


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