Libertarianism

Libertarianism: The Hope for America

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Continuing our successful partnership with Young Americans for Liberty, FFF president Jacob Hornberger is hitting the road again! Discussing "Libertarianism: The Hope for America," Jacob will be visiting four campuses in the Florida. Admission is FREE and open to the public. Monday, March 16, 2015 - Florida International ... [click for more]

TGIF: The Inherently Humble Libertarian

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You would think that the advocates of a philosophy of political economy that embraces spontaneous social order, bottom-up rule-making based on peaceful voluntary exchange, and even competing polycentric law at least at some level would be safe from the charge of conceit. How conceited can someone be who forswears compelling other people to live in certain ways, ... [click for more]

The Morality of Capitalism: Liberty, Honesty, and Humility

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In American culture there is one persistent villain portrayed as the enemy of humanity, the perpetrator of deception, and the agent for social corruption and human harm: the businessman. Whether in news commentaries or on the movie screen, the businessman is presented as a heartless, greedy manipulator so concerned with squeezing the last possible dollar out of anything he does, ... [click for more]

TGIF: The Consequences of Liberty

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Consistent free-market advocates — and not just professional economists — are not only enthusiastic about their preferred system of political economy; they are very enthusiastic. At least part of that enthusiasm is fueled by a well-grounded conviction that the general level of prosperity would be unprecedentedly high if people were free to engage in peaceful production and exchange without ... [click for more]

TGIF: What Are Libertarians Out to Accomplish?

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When I was researching my recent article on Nathaniel Branden, who died last month, I came across an audio file of a talk Branden gave at the 1979 Libertarian Party national convention in Los Angeles. I was at the convention, but I don’t remember attending the talk. I might have been busy with other things; on the ... [click for more]
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