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Free State Project cheers one of its own in Winters

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / November 26, 2006

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The going has been slow for the Free State Project. The five-year-old Internet-based political movement had hoped by 2006 to have 20,000 libertarian-leaning people committed to moving to New Hampshire to begin the work of making the state a repository of libertarian ideals. So far, just 200 have answered the call. (Full article: 779 words)

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