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The Man in the Bow Tie

MAY 02, 2013 by THE FREEMAN

He is an international man of mystery. He wears a bow tie and a dashing suit. He comes in second only to a fictional character for the title "the most interesting man in the world."

But he is dangerous. Having suggested bourbon for breakfast and a stateless society, he's wanted in all 50 states.

Often with a neat drink in one hand, trading crypto currencies with the other -- you may only capture glimpses of him. Will you find him speaking at an event? Look for the throngs. Will you find him advising billionaires in a private jet? He'll never tell.

Otherwise, find his ideas online and in print. He's a writer. He's an editor. He's a sartorial madman bent on transforming the closets of anarcho-libertarians around the world. 

He is also FEE's new distinguished fellow.

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