Vince Miller, RIP

Vince Miller, founder and president of the International Society for Individual Liberty and friend of the Independent Institute’s, has passed on. He died Saturday morning of Valley Fever, at 69-years-old.

Vince was one of the longest-active, hardest working, tireless and good-natured champions of freedom and peace in the libertarian movement. He was always friendly, always a joy to be around and always principled and serious in his dedication to the dream of a free society. I saw him in Denver this May, at the Libertarian Party National Convention, and he was in good spirits and health at the time. He was a great guy and friend. I will miss him dearly, as will countless friends and freedom lovers around the world.

Here are a couple other remembrances of his life, achievements and friendship: Classically Liberal, Eric Garris.

Anthony Gregory is a former Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and author of the Independent books American Surveillance and The Power of Habeas Corpus in America.
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