John Hospers talks about the growing threat of government intrusion in Americans’ lives in this 1994 video.
Speeches, events, short videos, and more.
Robert Anton Wilson gives a humorous and irreverent talk about everything from world politics to the nature of reality.
Karl Hess speaks about libertarianism and harmonious living at the National Libertarian Party convention in 1985.
Mario Rizzo, Jack High, and Richard Langlois present papers on the economics of antitrust legislation.
Milton Friedman talks about the origins of progress, modernization, wealth and the “miracle of America.”
Public choice economist James M. Buchanan speaks about antitrust rules and politics as a predictable, incentive-driven process in this 1983 video.
Ed Clark, Murray Rothbard, and Bruce Daniel describe the inherent problems in the current Social Security system and propose a more libertarian alternative.
Leonard Liggio gives a sweeping history of foreign policy from the 1700s to the Cold War in this 1981 video.
Sheldon Richman gives an introduction to the idea of spontaneous order in this 1981 video.
George H. Smith was formerly Senior Research Fellow for the Institute for Humane Studies, a lecturer on American History for Cato Summer Seminars, and Executive Editor of Knowledge Products. He authors a weekly essay series, Excursions, at Libertarianism.org.