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  • I have also been informed by Mr. Schantag that Erhard is not a lawyer, but have not undertaken to confirm or deny that statement on my own.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • The name of Paul Erhard is listed on Shantag's Website as a veteran who has embellished his exploits.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Erhard is a service representative with the Vietnam Veterans of America, working at the downtown St. Louis VA office.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Erhard is accused of saying he was in Special Forces and had such special duties that his service record is kept under lock and key.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Erhard is the "expert" being used to verify questionable stories recorded by the Veterans History Project in Branson, MO because of his clearance and "instant" access to all military records.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Erhard is alleged to have stated the VA hospitals are privately run, open to lawsuit and he is proceeding -- the million dollar case is coming up soon.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Matthias Wemhoff, Berlin's chief archaeologist, said the 11 sculptures may have been preserved for posterity by a German tax adviser and business manager called Erhard -- Top News

  • The next hard fact was hard money, the gift of Ludwig Erhard, author of the economic reforms that created the Deutsche mark, abolished price controls, and put inflation in check for generations.

    What Comes After 'Europe'?

  • After seeing what they had done to his script, the screenwriter wrote a letter and sent it to everyone at the studio, and the contents of the letter, at once despairing and maniacal, were enough to have him involuntarily checked in to The Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility owned and operated by EST founder Werner Erhard.

    The Austrian

  • I think Ludwig Erhard had an even clearer effect than Lee Kwan Yew, and I'm particularly impressed by him since he came earlier.

    Tolstoy, Hayek, and David Brooks, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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