"If one person has a right to something he did not earn, of necessity it requires that another person not have a right to something that he did earn."
- Walter E. Williams
The Blueprint for a Free Society
by Jason Riddle
A society well-educated in these fundamental principles will not be easily shaken by the seductive temptation of using political, coercive means to obtain short-term gain at the expense of others. Ultimately, a free society rests on the shoulders of individuals of exceptional character who take on the responsibility to understand the philosophy of liberty, share this message with others, and lead by example.
Robert Murphy Responds to Ezra Klein's Crazy Fed Proposal (10mins). Click to Watch
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Speak Liberty NOWis an organization of writers and liberty advocates working together to help guide and advance the philosophy and message of individual liberty. Our focus is twofold: to unite those individuals making important contributions already involved, and reach out to those yet to receive this liberating philosophy.
The Market For Liberty – Linda and Morris Tannehill (1970) - One of the most under-recognized books about the virtues of free society. This was one of the first significant anarcho-capitalist works to hit the libertarian movement. A fun, quick read, the Tannehills create powerful arguments for liberty and provide carefully crafted illustrations about how a free society might work.(Read More)
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