Libertarianism

The Calling: Are Libertarians Individualists?

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A young libertarian recently told me that, as an individualist, he thinks it strange that people identify with a religious or ethnic group as “part of their roots or culture.” For this young man, individualism apparently means rejecting all sorts of possible (voluntary) connections to others that might suggest that group identity is equal to, or even more important ... [click for more]

How Ron Paul Changed My Heart and Mind on War

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My wife and I were in the middle of a three-month cross-country road trip in the fall of 2011. We had just driven for over three hours to a small community center in northwestern Iowa where I found myself shaking hands with a man who had transformed my thinking. I was nervous, and the only words I could get ... [click for more]

A Key to the Present: A Message from Jacob Hornberger

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Dear Friend of Freedom, Friends of FFF often point out that the ever-burgeoning group of college-aged libertarians is the key to the future. That’s true, but I think they’re more than that. I believe they are also a key to the present. Last year, The Future of Freedom Foundation, in conjunction with the Young Americans for Liberty ... [click for more]
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