Libertarian Party Candidates Debate
Dick Boddie was nominated as the Libertarian Party candidate for the 1992 presidential election. He and Mr. Marrou, the other… read more
Dick Boddie was nominated as the Libertarian Party candidate for the 1992 presidential election. He and Mr. Marrou, the other candidate, debated current domestic and foreign policy issues before the vote was taken. Preceding the debate was a short interview with Libertarian Party co-founder David Nolan, who discussed the origins and philosophy of the Libertarian party. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Richard Boddie Adjunct Professor University of California, Irvine->Economics
- Andre Marrou Presidential Candidate Libertarian Party
- David Nolan Founder Libertarian Party
Convention delegates nominated Dick Boddie as their presidential candidate. He delivered an acceptance speech.
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