1992 Libertarian Presidential candidate, 1988 Vice Presidential candidate

Reference

Andre Marrou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Andre V. Marrou (born 4 December 1938) is an American political figure, affiliated with the United States Libertarian Party. Born in Texas, he graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1962. One of the few Libertarian candidates to be elected to a state legislature, Marrou served in the Alaska House of Representatives for one term, from 1985 to 1987. ..."

Web Pages

Andre Marrou: Libertarian 1992
Ballot Access News chart of 1992 election results
Libertarian Party: History: Presidential & Vice-Presidential Candidates: 1988: Paul/Marrou
"Presidential Candidate: Ron Paul; Vice Presidential Candidate: Andre Marrou; On the ballot: 46 states plus D.C.; Votes: 432,297"
Related Topics: Libertarian Party, Ron Paul

Writings

Independence Day Address in Kansas City, MO, 4 Jul 1992
"The ideals of the Declaration ... were to be betrayed repeatedly. ... Throughout history great civilizations have declined and ultimately died because of three factors: excessive taxation, debasement of the currency and the stationing of troops in many foreign countries. The United States of America has done, or is doing, all three."