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Robert LeFevre (13 October 1911–13 May 1986) ran the Freedom School and Rampart College, founded in 1957. He had a legendary impact on a whole generation of libertarians.

LeFevre's complete audio archive is available in Mises Media.


  • 1956, Anarchy and Liberty, Gazette Telegraph (Colorado Springs), January 8, 1956, Sec. E, p4
  • 1962,
    • a. Constitutional Government in the Soviet Union, Exposition Press
      • Nouvelle édition en 1966, Pine Tree Press
    • b. With Edmund A. Opitz, Must we depend upon political protection?, Freedom School, Series Studies in human action, Colorado Springs, Vol 2, n°1
  • 1963,
    • a. Limited Government- Hope or Illusion?, Pine Tree Press
    • b. Role of Private Property in a Free Society, Pine Tree Press
  • 1965,
    • a. Anarchy v. Autoarchy, Pine Tree Press
    • b. Money, Pine Tree Press
    • c. Autarchy Versus Anarchy, Rampart Journal of Individualist Thought, Vol 1, n°4, Winter, pp30–49
    • d. The Stoic Virtues, Rampart Journal of Individualist Thought, Vol I, n°1, Spring, pp1–15
  • 1972, Justice, Rampart College
  • 1976, Lift Her Up Tenderly, Pine Tree Press
  • 1978,
    • a. Does Government Protection Protect?, Society for Libertarian Life ed, Rampart Press
    • b. Good Government: Hope or Illusion?, Society for Libertarian Life ed, Rampart Press

  • The Libertarian, Bramble Minibooks, 1978?)
  • Protection (Rampart College, n.d.)
  • The Fundamentals of Liberty (Rampart Institute, 1988) (posthumously) ISBN 0-9620480-0-3

Second hand readings[edit]

  • 1966, Robert E. Gaskins Jr., Leanna J. Koehn et Richard H. Gaskins, "Let’s Call It Anarchy", Rampart Journal of Individualist Thought, Vol 2, n°2, Summer, pp78–82
  • 1999,
    • Loy Lefevre, dir., "A Way to Be Free, the Autobiography of Robert LeFevre", Volume 1: The Making of A Modern American Revolutionary, CA: Pulpless.com, ISBN 1-58445-141-6
    • Loy Lefevre, dir., "A Way to Be Free: The Autobiography of Robert LeFevre", Vol. 2. Culver City, CA: Pulpless.com, ISBN 1-58445-144-0


  • Robert LeFevre, wikiberal entry for Robert LeFevre (french language)

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