Ancient liberty is declining. And some are hoping that you won’t notice.
Powell discusses different conceptions of what it means to be free, arguing against a “rule of the mob.”
Athens, for all its flaws, was a beacon of personal liberty in the ancient world.
Athens had many procedural safeguards against undesirable behavior.
Long begins a series about the legacy left to libertarianism by ancient Greece with a discussion of Achilles and the Homeric attitude toward war and glory.
Personal freedom in ancient Athens was tied up with economic freedom, including free trade and free immigration.
Smith marks three years of his essays with some thoughts about the importance of libertarian theory and history.
A far-ranging discussion of the meanings of key terms in libertarianism, kinds of ideologues, and crucial elements needed for an understanding of individual freedom.