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More Liberty - Less Government

George Noga, John Klopp

I ponder Alexander Hamilton's eternal question: whether societies of men are capable of establishing good government from reflection and choice, or are forever destined to depend on accident and force.

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  • George Noga

    George Noga has backgrounds in economics and business and has been involved in politics at the local, state and national level for over 50 years.

  • John Klopp
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