Henri Lepage (essayist)

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Henri Lepage (born 21 April 1941) is a French libertarian essayist.

He is most famous for his book Demain le Capitalisme ("Capitalism Tomorrow"), in which, in 1978, he presented an overview of the new libertarian thinkers. The book has been translated into a dozen languages. It is considered important for the early spread of neoliberalism in Sweden.[1][2] Lepage is a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.[3]


  1. ^ Nationalencyklopedin, "Nyliberalism"
  2. ^ Timbro, T25 Archived 2009-07-14 at the Wayback Machine, p. 49
  3. ^ Peterson, William (1 January 2000). "Limited Government, Individual Liberty and the Rule of Law: Selected Works of Arthur Asher Shenfield edited by Norman Barry". Freeman. Retrieved 24 July 2014.

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