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For our 100th episode, a regular guest on our show, Caleb Brown, returns to discuss his Quakertarian life. 


Caleb O. Brown is the director of multimedia at the Cato Institute, where he has hosted the Cato Daily Podcast since 2007 and CatoAudio since 2008.

For our 100th episode we interviewed Caleb Brown to gain a better understanding of how Quakerism aligns with libertarianism. He discusses his own experience as a Quaker, but he also makes larger claims about how Quakerism can foster a sense of community to the life of an average libertarian.

What is attractive about Quakerism? What is a ‘true‐​believer’ Christian? How does Quakerism mesh with libertarianism? Are there a lot of communitarian elements to Quakerism? How do Quaker meetings take place? What role does Quakerism play in your life?

Further Reading:

Friends for 300 Years, written by Howard H. Brinton

Amazing Grace, directed by Michael Apted

Cato Daily Podcast

Libertarians, Class, and the Left, interview between Anthony Comegna and Caleb Brown

The Antinomians, Liberty Chronicles Podcast

Sam Gorton: Antinomian Radical, by Literature of Liberty Reviewer