Adam Dick, who I had the privilege of working with when Adam was Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's legislative correspondent in Dr. Paul's Congressional office, has a great article at the Ron Paul Institute website celebrating Dr. Paul's forty years in the political arena. Adam also gave an interesting talk on Dr. Paul's career at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala City, Guatemala in May, 2013. The video of the speech is at the end of his article, which is linked here.
My favorite part of the article is Adam's response to those who say that Dr. Paul's refusal to compromise his principles meant he was "ineffective" as a Congressman:
Some people disparage Paul for standing by his principles instead of jettisoning his principles in an effort to obtain political power. But, an important lesson of Paul’s forty years and counting in the political arena is that being principled and consistent can yield a very important success — waking up people in America and around the world to the pro-liberty message.
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