Who are some laissez-faire leaders from history?

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Among the leaders from history who are an example of Laissez-Faire are Adam Smith and Thomas Jefferson. Laissez-Faire leaders allow their people to make decisions by themselves. They also expect their people to solve their problems on their own.
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A current laissez faire government example might be
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'Master of None' has obviously missed the point of the question, which was 'someone who is (was) REVOLUTIONARY and INDIVIDUALISTIC! The ones he mentions just did as they were told
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Innovative military leaders: Camillus. Philip of Macedon. Marius. Tiglath-Pileser III. Admiral Yi Sun-sin. Gonsalvo de Cordoba. Gustavus Adolphus. Heraclius. Napoleon. Heinz Guderian
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