The leader of the U.S. Libertarian Party, Gary Johnson, has had an election campaign marred by blunders and blusters. But Johnson is seen by many as the only viable alternative to the Clinton-Trump race for the Whitehouse, polling as high as 6%. As a rebranded Libertarian Party attempts to court both disenfranchised Democrats and rebellious Republicans alike, Jack Marley-Payne examines the truths and the fictions behind their policies and promises.
Jack Marley-Payne lives in New York, writing and developing a curriculum in finance education. He grew up in Telford and spent five years consigned to Boston getting a Ph.D. in philosophy. You can find out more on his website .