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Walter Edward Block, PhD (b. August 1941), Austrian School economist and author, was one of the first people to run on the Libertarian Party ticket, running for New York State Assembly in 1972.
Bumper stickers for his 1972 New York Assembly race read, "Block for Disassembly."
He has described the Non-Aggression Axiom as the linchpin of libertarianism.
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