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Rocky Mountain, Hi

I’m back from the Denver Regional, which was fun; here are the powerpoints from my prison- abolition talk.

denver-horizonIt was nice seeing a western skyline again – mountains on the horizon, different kinds of weather visible in different directions. Eastern skylines are generally so claustrophobic.

Tomorrow at 9 Eastern, C4SS comrade Cory Massimino is interviewing me; catch it live.

This coming weekend: the Oklahoma Regional, with an anarchy focus and a large Molinari/C4SS presence.

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Philosophy, Child of the Agora

My sixth Libertarianism.org column, this one on “How Competition Created Greek Philosophy,” went up on September 2nd, but I didn’t get around to mentioning it till just now. (The last three weeks have been insanely hectic – which is also why there hasn’t been a seventh one yet.) Anyway, here it is.


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The Coming Anarchy

Today’s the 13th anniversary of the Molinari Institute. Coming up in the next few months from our fledgling publishing program: my Foundations of Ethics lectures, some 19th-century libertarian classics, and the first issue of the Molinari Review.

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