In this episode of Liberty Curious, Robert Wright, historian and chief research officer at AIER, joins Kate Wand to discuss his new book: Fearless: Wilma Seuss and the Forgotten Investor Movement in America.
Robert shares the fascinating story of Wilma Seuss as a self-made woman, journalist, PR pioneer, and activist who has dedicated her life to reforming corporate America. In the post-World War II era, with the Great Depression, Seuss transformed from a stock market skeptic into a tireless advocate for shareholders, working from the inside to change companies to better serve shareholders. Wilma was a staunch supporter of free markets and economic freedom, and believed that the private sector was the best way to achieve personal wealth, well-being, freedom, and the ultimate defense against collectivism.
See the full interview over here.