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Frédéric Passy (1822-1912)

Awarded the Prize “for his prodigious labors over a period of half a century in the peace movement, became known as the apostle of peace.”

French economist. Passy was born on May 20, 1822 in Paris. He was educated as a lawyer entered the State Council as an acant. But he devoted himself to systematic study of economics later. He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1881. In 1889 he became one of the three presidents of the Interparliamentary Union. He was an advocate of international arbitration. Passy died on June 12, 1912 in Paris.
Major Works:
Mélanges économiques (1857); De la propriété intellectuelle (1859); La Démocratie et l’instruction (1864); Les Machines et leur influence sur le développement de l’humanité (1866); Malthus et sa doctrine (1868); L’Histoire du travail (1873); Pour la paix (1909)

Guinea-Bissau (2009)

Norway (1961) First-Day Cover

Romania (2001) Commemorative Envelope

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