Margit von Mises
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Margit von Mises was the wife of Ludwig von Mises. They met in 1925, when he was in his mid-forties and married on 6 July 1938. She wrote a memoir, My Years with Ludwig von Mises. Lew Rockwell writes:
|“||I had lunch with the widow of Ludwig von Mises in her favorite restaurant, the Russian Tea Room in New York. I asked permission to start an Institute dedicated to her husband and his ideas. She gave her enthusiastic blessing.||”|
- Literature Library, Ludwig von Mises Institute
- "The Valentine Story of Ludwig and Margit von Mises" by Jörg Guido Hülsmann, 2 February 2008
- Mises, Margit von. "My Years with Ludwig von Mises". http://mises.org/document/3199/My-Years-with-Ludwig-von-Mises.
- Rockwell, Llewellyn H., Jr. (4 October 2012), 30 Years of Bedeviling the Bad Guys, https://mises.org/daily/6218/30-Years-of-Bedeviling-the-Bad-Guys