William F. Buckley speaks about the virtues of gratitude, humility, and honest work; Vladimir Bukovsky speaks about the rise of glasnost and perestroika.
William F. Buckley, Jr.
William F. Buckley, Jr. was an author, commentator, columnist, the founder of National Review, and host of the television show Firing Line. During his lifetime he somewhat interchangeably referred to himself as both a libertarian and a conservative.
Charles J. Sykes joins us this week for a discussion on the origins of the populist, pro-Trump Right.
Frank S. Meyer was a major advocate of the right-wing fusionist movement, which attempted to unite elements of libertarianism and traditional conservatism.
A short biography of Isabel Paterson, one of three women who launched the modern American libertarian movement.
America may be increasingly polarized—but the split is cultural, not ideological.
Albert Jay Nock, author, aesthete, and social critic, was an advocate of liberty in a collectivist age.
“Only one serious, major candidate for President in this election year…is also unequivocally in favor of total marijuana decriminalization.”
Literature of Liberty’s attempt to produce a full bibliography of works by, about, and relevant to Friedrich Hayek.