President of the International Society for Individual Liberty

Articles

Vince Miller and the International Libertarian Movement, by Jeff Riggenbach, 1 Jul 2010
Biographical essay; including background information on the libertarian movement of the 20th century; transcript of "The Libertarian Tradition" podcast of 23 June 2010
"Meanwhile, up in Canada, another story was unfolding. Vincent H. Miller had been born in suburban Toronto late in 1938. ... Then, in 1971, at the age of 32, he met an actor and former high-school English teacher named Marshall Bruce Evoy. Evoy had been the Nathaniel Branden Institute's official business representative in Toronto in the '60s. ... Add in his 9 years as president of the Libertarian International, and you see that Vince devoted 28 years, more than half his adult life, to the task of promoting libertarianism to an international audience."
A Brief History of ISIL | ISIL
"ISIL began in 1980 as Libertarian International, founded by Canadian libertarian activist and publisher Vince Miller. LI started the international libertarian conferences in Zurich, Switzerland in 1982. The current ISIL was formed in 1989 through the merger of LI with the Society for Individual Liberty, the first explicitly libertarian grassroots organization which had been founded by Jarret Wollstein, Dave Walter and Don Ernsberger in 1969."

Writings

Bruce Evoy is Dead, The Libertarian Enterprise, 14 Jul 1998
Free Trade or Protectionism?, 1988
Related Topic: Free Trade
New Declaration of Independence, by Vincent H. Miller, Jarret B. Wollstein, Jan 2000

Interviews

Walk for Capitalism: An Interview with Prodos, The Gypsy King of Capitalism, Freedom Network News: The Journal of the International Society for Individual Liberty, Sep 2001