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In 1972, Harris was a founding member of the Libertarian Party of Georgia. In 1994, Harris ran as the Libertarian candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture in Georgia, garnering 301,416 votes for 22.61% of the total vote in the two candidate general election.
Harris is best known for her work with the Advocates for Self-Government, through which she recommends various rhetorical strategies for convincing voters of the tenets of Libertarianism. Harris also frequently promotes the use of the World's Smallest Political Quiz in conjunction with the Nolan chart in an event called "Operation: Politically Homeless". She retired from the president of the Advocates in April 2015.
- "The Invisible Hand is a Gentle One" at Harry Browne's website.
- Biography at the Advocates for Self-Government website.
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