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An ongoing discussion about conservatism in New Jersey.
Murray Sabrin  (Contributor)
Dr. Murray Sabrin is Professor of Finance in the Anisfield School of Business and Executive Director of the Center for Business and Public Policy, Ramapo College of New Jersey. He has a Ph.D. in economic geography from Rutgers University, an M.A. in social studies education from Lehman College, and a B.A. in history, geography and social studies education from Hunter College. Dr. Sabrin has worked in commercial real estate sales and marketing, personal portfolio management, and economic research.

Dr. Sabrin is a nationally recognized spokesman for free enterprise and limited government. He has spoken before scores of civic, business and educational organizations, and has been interviewed on approximately 200 cable television programs and radio shows throughout the United States. In the 1990s, he hosted a radio show on WVNJ (1160 AM), and produced and hosted a half-hour special for New Jersey Network, "Your Dollars: Up in $moke," which aired in December 1990. "Up in $moke" became a weekly series on the Cable Television Network during the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons. He hosted approximately 40 half-hour shows in this series.

Dr. Sabrin's op-eds have appeared in The Record (Hackensack, NJ), The Star Ledger, the Trenton Times, the Asbury Park Press and NJBIZ. His essays have also appeared in Commerce Magazine, the Mid-Atlantic Journal of Business, Privatization Review and He is the author of Tax Free 2000: The Rebirth of American Liberty. Dr. Sabrin has been a regular columnist for, and He currently writes a column for

Dr. Sabrin was the 1997 Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidate in New Jersey, and the first third-party state candidate to receive matching funds and participate in the official debates. He received more than 114,000 votes, approximately five percent of the turnout. He was a Republican candidate for the United State Senate in 2000 and 2008.