The True Democracy of Voluntary Exchange


Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)
Tesla innovated the alternating current, radio, wireless technology, neon lamps, and X-rays, but the brilliant scientist died penniless in 1943 in the New Yorker Hotel, where he had lived for 10 years after being evicted from another hotel for not paying his bill.

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