September 9, 2015

Dear Greg:

Your recent article, Harry Brown For President...
or the next best remedy for an ailing country was excellent! 

While it’s true, as you mention in paragraph one, that Harry is not well known today as a Presidential candidate – in the 1970s & 1980s his books sold more than 2 million copies – including two investment books on the NY Times Best Seller List and How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World – A Handbook for Personal Liberty. I don’t know how many sold in the last 15 years of his life. But even though he’s been gone ten years his life-long work continues to sell and he has many loyal admirers.

The reason? The answer can be found in “A Message from Pamela Browne” at the end of Why Government Doesn’t Work. (Hint: I describe Harry’s character, personality, and mindset – important information I thought the American people should know and consider before going to the polls to vote in 1996 & 2000.)

The past ten years since Harry’s death have been the most difficult of my life. There are no words to express how much I miss my best friend. But I’ve been privileged to compile, publish posthumously, and market much of his unpublished work. And those eight books, in addition to those he wrote in his lifetime, are available to a whole new generation of young people in Amazon's Kindle Store as well as on his website at: and

Knowing how important individual liberty, personal responsibility, and freedom from government was to Harry, I think your article would please him.

Thank you again so much for writing this wonderful tribute to Harry, Greg. I appreciate it so very much. And I hope your readers enjoy it!

Best wishes,


PLW Browne