George H. Smith shares with the audience his discovery of the writings of the 19th-century voluntaryists in England.
In this video from 1982, Rothbard gives a lecture on what he identified as the 6 stages of building an independent libertarian movement.
Gene Burns speaks about generally about the nature of government and the attitude of Thomas Jefferson and the other Founding Fathers.
In this video from a 1991 conference, David Henderson speaks about the then-ongoing Gulf War, which George H. W. Bush once described as a “war for oil.”
In this video from 1991, David Boaz speaks about public schooling at a Libertarian Party of California conference.
Milton Friedman talks about his favorite political aphorism.
In this lecture in 1989, Don Kates gives a history of gun ownership in America and speaks about the historical implications of the right to self-defense.
This 1984 lecture at a Libertarian International conference in London Frances Kendall discusses her first book, Super Parents Super Children (1983).
Hannes Gissurarson attempts to disprove several of German philosopher Friedrich Hegel’s theories about civil society being an alienating force among men.
Williams explains how the state gets in the way of minorities finding gainful employment through occupational licensing restrictions.
Ralph Raico discusses how historians have treated the Industrial Revolution and the rise of Otto von Bismarck and his notorious social insurance programs.
William F. Buckley speaks about the virtues of gratitude, humility, and honest work; Vladimir Bukovsky speaks about the rise of glasnost and perestroika.