Richard Lawrence (intellectual)

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Richard Lawrence was a 17th century wealthy, influential Virginian, intellectual and participant of Bacon's Rebellion.

Before the rebellion, he had lost land through legal plunder to a favorite of William Berkeley, the governor of the colony of Virginia.

During the rebellion, he joined its inner council.[1]
  1. ^ Rothbard, Murray (1979). Conceived in Liberty. Mises Institute. pp. 154, 155.