Volume 25, Number 01, Fall, 2007

Adam Starchild, RIP

On September 21, 2006, Liberty lost a valiant warrior. Adam Aristotle Starchild, aged 60, succumbed to pancreatic cancer in Madrid, Spain. Adam was the author of numerous articles and books on international taxation, asset protection and personal finance. Always the entrepreneur, until days before his death Adam had visions for new business ventures and was actively working on the the licensing of new trademarks. A passionate defender of rational thought and free enterprise, Adam traveled the world discovering opportunities for both to flourish.

It is in space, rather than this planet, however, where Adam believed a libertarian renaissance is more likely to occur. If freedom thrives anywhere in this universe, Adam, now released from earthly bonds, is certain to be there.

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