Ernberger talks about a “culture of freedom” in America and the growth of the Libertarian Party since its inception 16 years prior.
In this 1987 lecture, Block, Wilson and Demento each give their take on libertarianism’s convergence with popular culture.
In this lecture from 1987, Robert Higgs speaks about governments’ tendency to bend or suspend individual rights during emergency situations.
Ron Paul predicts an economic crisis as the end result of the government’s fiscal policies.
William F. Buckley speaks about the virtues of gratitude, humility, and honest work; Vladimir Bukovsky speaks about the rise of glasnost and perestroika.
In this video, George Ayittey talks about the failure of Africa’s experiments with socialism throughout the 20th century.
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.
In this lecture given in 1989, Hospers illustrates differences between ‘pure’ and ‘impure’ libertarianism in three situations: consent, privacy, and risk.
Taylor discusses the importance of association to humanity, arguing that the feminist movement can take advantage of these associations.
Friedman discusses the core values of libertarian philosophy.
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.”