Republican congressman from California


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"Dana Rohrabacher (born June 21, 1947) in Coronado, California, is an American politician, who has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 1989, representing the 46th District of California. ..."


U.S. House of Representatives


Jeff Riggenbach on Samuel Edward Konkin III, by Jeff Riggenbach, Freedom Network News, 2004
Lengthy biographical and memorial essay
"'The final step,' Sam told an interviewer in 2002, 'was provided by an anti-communist free-market anarchist named Dana Rohrabacher at the St. Louis YAF Convention. He was a charismatic campus activist, radicalized by Robert LeFevre ... But in 1969-71, Dana Rohrabacher was the most successful and most beloved libertarian activist, and, in my opinion, there would not have been a movement without him. ...'"
Samuel Edward Konkin III, by Jeff Riggenbach, 29 Jul 2010
Biographical essay; including examination of Konkin's ideas on the Counter-Economy; transcript of "The Libertarian Tradition" podcast of 20 July 2010
"At that YAF convention Sam met Rothbard, Karl Hess, and Dana Rohrabacher. Yes, I refer to the GOP Congressman from Southern California, who is today indistinguishable from any other conservative Republican, but who was something else entirely 40 years ago, when he was, as Sam put it once in an interview, newly 'radicalized by Robert LeFevre, who provided him with small funding to travel the country with his [guitar] and [libertarian] folk songs from campus to campus, converting YAF chapters into Libertarian Alliances and SIL chapters.' "