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Topic - Pierre Lemieux
Would it surprise Washington Times readers to learn that the United States has held public debt since 1789? Well, it's true. For more than two centuries, federal government securities such as Treasury bills and notes have been heavily borrowed from the general public.
He has written on everything from taxes to gun ownership, from the perspective of increased individual rights and freedoms.