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Kenn Jacobine
Kenn Jacobine is an international educator currently teaching Humanities and Economics for the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India. He has also taught at international schools in Ecuador, Mali, Zambia, and Qatar. His political transformation took place over the course of many years. Starting out naively as a big state liberal, he became a Reagan Republican in 1982. Disillusionment set in with the realization that small government rhetoric rarely translated into limited government actions. On Christmas day 1992, he became a libertarian. In 1994, Kenn ran for the State Senate in Pennsylvania on the Libertarian Party ticket garnering 5 percent of the vote. He has been active in freedom causes ever since. Send Kenn email at [email protected]
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