The Triumph of Liberty: A 2,000-Year History, Told through the Lives of Freedom’s Greatest Champions
In his new book, The Triumph of Liberty, Jim Powell focuses on the individuals who helped freedom to advance.
Economist Bryan Caplan argues that the quality of policymaking in democracies is poor because the incentives facing voters encourage them to choose irrationally.
Professor Hayek discusses the evolution of morality and social norms, arguing that they result from unplanned, emergent orders.
Friedman discusses the core values of libertarian philosophy.
Rothbard talks about the value of government inaction to economic recovery.
Taylor discusses the importance of association to humanity, arguing that the feminist movement can take advantage of these associations.
Jason Kuznicki discusses his perspective and philosphical interests.
Boaz introduces the fundamental principles of libertarians.
Julian Sanchez discusses his perspective and philosphical interests.
Pope discusses Jan Narveson’s, The Libertarian Idea.
Caplan debunks the widely accepted myth of the rational voter, arguing instead that voters are rationally irrational and vote economically.
Smith begins a series of essays on the Declaration of Independence by examining colonial reaction to its list of grievances.