Announcing Capitalism the Liberal Revolution

This website will publish a version of the work of Andrew J. Galambos (1924-1997). Mr. Galambos lectured on science and freedom in the greater Los Angeles area from 1961 until 1984. His most basic and popular lecture series was heard live or via tape recordings by at least 20,000 people. Mr. Galambos also advocated what he hoped to be a far better method of protecting intellectual property, in a separate and longer lecture course. Mr. Galambos never got around to writing a book containing his ideas. This website is intended to disseminate his teaching globally, via the Internet. The author of this website is Frederic G. Marks, whom Mr. Galambos asked to write his ideas in book form if he failed to do during his life.

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2 Responses to Announcing Capitalism the Liberal Revolution

  1. John Alvarado says:

    Mr. Marks,
    Thank you for undertaking this endeavor. I’ve read my copy of Sic Itur Ad Astra and look forward to reading your publication of the remaining material in Volitional Science. Best of luck to you in the work!
    -John Alvarado

  2. Chuck Lee says:

    Mentor to thousands through his Free Enterprise Institute, ne: FEI, I was both privileged and honored to know Andrew Galambos as my mentor, counselor, and dear friend. He and I spent many late hours into the morning sharing, debating and inculcating the merits of his lecture that evening on Freedom and Free Enterprise in America at that time (1960’s)

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