“I had already learned a great deal about market economics from
my first husband, and so I didn’t need to be converted. But after I
married Antony I believed in them even more strongly! The whole
purpose of Antony’s life was to get others to believe in them too.
I was extremely proud to help him in any way I could.”—Dorian
Fisher in Antony Fisher: Champion of Liberty by Gerald Frost.
September 14, 1919–April 3, 2007
It was September 1975 and Dorian Crocker was a wealthy widow in her fifties. Her investment adviser, Samuel H Husbands at DeanWitter Reynolds had invited her as his official guest to a regional meeting of the classical liberal-oriented Mont Pelerin Society (MPS) at the private Hillsdale College in Michigan. The Society had been founded by the celebrated economist F A Hayek after World War II and Dorian had often been to its meetings with her late husband. At the last moment Sam had to cancel but said to Dorian, “Say hello to my pal Tony Fisher for me.” She approached entrepreneur and think tank founder Antony