Benjamin Tucker’s individualist anarchist periodical Liberty hosted radical discussions on gender equality in the late 19th century.
Richard Nixon was one of the most problematic and controversial leaders in U.S. history.
What happens to the state when the reasons for its existence no longer look quite so compelling?
The scientific research that informs regulations falls prey to perverse incentives when it’s funded by the government doing the regulating. Here’s a better alternative.
We don’t need government to fund scientific research.
Drug prohibition has been catastrophic, with a tremendous human cost. Here’s what would happen if we ended it.
A more libertarian health care system would mean higher quality, lower prices, more innovation, and better access for all.
What would the world look like if money wasn’t quite as tied to governments as it is now?
Reducing the size, scope, and expense of our military would make us safer—and lead to a more peaceful world.
A libertarian future would unleash markets to provide high quality education in a variety of styles to meet parent’s needs—and at prices within the reach of everyone.
Governments gather far too much information about us, and in dangerously intrusive ways. But intelligence services can be more liberty and privacy respecting.
A roadmap to a more effective and humane criminal justice system.
Visions of Liberty sets out to explore libertarianism by describing the hopeful future it could bring about.
Cato Institute Executive Vice President David Boaz discusses how libertarianism handles utopian thinking and why we strive for a better future without knowing for sure what it might look like.
A libertarian world won’t eliminate all poverty, but it offers powerful tools for greatly reducing it, and improving the lives of the poorest and least privileged.
Free trade will make us all wealthier and give us greater access to goods and services.
An alternative history of the United States if we had significantly liberalized immigration policies.