Smith discusses the importance of Garrison’s call for the free states to secede from the Union, and the eventual disagreement by Frederick Douglass with this position.
Education alone won’t dispel fear of artificial intelligence.
Ryan Bourne joins us today to discuss the intricate hardships that the poor in the United States are experiencing.
Vanessa Calder joins us this week to discuss whether or not residents of Crystal City, VA and Queens, NY should be excited by the arrival of Amazon.
The economic fallacies tackled here are the zero sum game, that order requires design, & that consumption is the key to growth.
Professor Joseph Kelly tells us the forgotten story of Stephen Hopkins and how the Virginia Company lacked real leadership & direction.
Horwitz outlines his editorial vision for economics content on Libertarianism.org.
Michael Tanner joins us to discuss the dimensions that affect poverty including; felony convictions, lack of education, & housing policies.
Modern political economist Vincent Ostrom & classical anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon envisioned societies with overlapping centers of power.
Continuing our discussion with John Aristotle Phillips, we discuss how PredictIt may actually inspire more people to seek out the truth in politics.
Those who profited so much from slave labor, rebuked the Declaration of Independence, but the Southern justification for slavery varied by region.
Steve Horwitz joins us to debunk some global myths about economics.
Who can win in the new American economic order?
You can think of negative liberty as being about the absence of external limits, and positive liberty as the absence of internal limits.
John Aristotle Phillips joins us to discuss how important it is to have detailed voter data in order to run a successful political campaign.
The origin of the idea that liberty could be preserved through the separation of powers endures through the arguments of Polybius.
Samuel Edward Konkin III created a theory of resistance to the state, agorism, that eschewed politics for peaceful but illegal market activity.
Minarchists and anarchists—i.e. champions of the night-watchman state and opponents of any state—aren’t as clearly distinguishable as one might think.