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Ronald Reagan: Fate, Freedom, and the Making of History

featuring John Patrick Diggins, John Samples, Jonathan Clarke, & Steven Hayward on Feb 22, 2007

Following his departure from office, Ronald Reagan was marginalized thanks to liberal biases that dominate the teaching of American history.

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The Psychology of Evil: The Lucifer Effect in Action

featuring Julian Sanchez, Philip Zimbardo, and Will Wilkinson on Jun 12, 2008

Prof. Philip Zimbardo, the conductor of the infamous 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment, has become a leading authority on the psychology of evil.

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Encyclopedia of Libertarianism

featuring Charles Murray, Jason Kuznicki, Ronald Hamowy, & William Galston on Oct 14, 2008

The Encyclopedia of Libertarianism is the first comprehensive, encyclopedic treatment of the libertarian movement.

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The Road to Serfdom

featuring Daniel Yergin, Edward H. Crane, James M. Buchanan, & Leonard P. Liggio on Mar 10, 2004
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Greatest Emancipations: How the West Abolished Slavery

featuring David Boaz and Jim Powell on Sep 22, 2008

In a single century, slavery was abolished and more than seven million slaves were freed. “Greatest Emancipations” tells this fascinating story.

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The Myth of the Rational Voter

featuring Bryan Caplan, Scott Keeter, and Will Wilkinson on Jul 17, 2007

Economist Bryan Caplan argues that the quality of policymaking in democracies is poor because the incentives facing voters encourage them to choose irrationally.

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Joan Kennedy Taylor on Libertarian Feminism

featuring Joan Kennedy Taylor on Jan 1, 1990

Taylor discusses the importance of association to humanity, arguing that the feminist movement can take advantage of these associations.


Who I Am, Why I’m Here

by Jason Kuznicki on Nov 3, 2011

Jason Kuznicki discusses his perspective and philosphical interests.


An Introduction

by Julian Sanchez on Nov 3, 2011

Julian Sanchez discusses his perspective and philosphical interests.