Steering Committee of the Libertarian Party

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The temporary Steering Committee of the Libertarian Party formed in December 1971 as the successor to the Committee to Form a Libertarian Party and existed up through the appointment of the Temporary Executive Committee in February 1972.

David Nolan related that the below announcement from Richard Nixon on August 15, 1971 was the straw that broke the camel's back that caused them to finally decided to start the new party. Ironically at the time the announcement came over the TV, the initial group was meeting at his home to talk about this decision.


Steering Committee of the Libertarian Party (1971-1972)

David Nolan

Pipp Boyls

Dale Nelson

Susan Nolan

Eric Westling

Luke Zell



Date Location Minutes
December 11, 1971 Colorado Springs, CO Minutes
January 8, 1972 Colorado Springs, CO Minutes

See also

Libertarian National Committee
Offices: Chair (list) • Vice-Chair (list) • Secretary (list) • Treasurer (list) • At-Large (list) • Regional RepresentativesRegional Alternates
Regions: Current: Region 1Region 2Region 3Region 4Region 5Region 6Region 7Region 8 • Former: Region 9Region 10Region 11Region 12Region 13Region 14Region 15Region 16Region 17Region 18Region 19
Terms: 19711971-197219721972-19741974-19751975-19771977-19791979-19811981-19831983-19851985-19871987-19891989-19901991-19931993-19961996-19981998-20002000-20022002-20042004-20062006-20082008-20102010-20122012-20142014-20162016-20182018-20202020-20222022-2024
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