Libertarian Miscellany

Bob Levy on our Right-to-Bear-Arms case

Washington Post, 1/September/2009: “Gun Owners’ Next Victory in D.C.,” by Robert Levy

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A new group about which I just learned: The European Center for Economic Growth. Mission The principle mission of the European Coalition for Economic Growth (ECEG) is to work with…

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European Think Tanks On the Move

It’s been great spending time with advocates for liberty from across Europe (including Turkey) here in Marseille at the European Resource Bank. I’ve learned a good deal about new means…

Read More “Free Me” — The Launch of Libertarianism in Hindi

On August 14, 2009 Gurcharan Das, Author of India Unbound, Shrawan Garg, Group Editor, Dainik Bhaskar (India’s largest circulation Hindi newspaper), Dr Ved Pratap Vaidik, political thinker and Former Editor…

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Libertarianism in Hindi

Another project on which I’ve been working for about a year launched today: It’s BEAUTIFUL. (IMHO) Kudos to Ajay, Baishali, Parth, Manu, Lee, Jude, Swami, and all the others…

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A Plea for American Liberty

Rose Wilder Lane’s essay in the Saturday Evening Post from 1936: “Give Me Liberty” (originally published as “Credo”)

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Realizing Freedom: Libertarian Theory, History, and Practice is now available as a Kindle book, as well.

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Details on the Right to Carry Case in D.C.

The text of the legal filing in the case in which I’m a plaintiff to vindicate the right to bear arms in the District of Columbia. CBS Correspondent Declan McCullagh…

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A New Look at the History of the Civil Rights Movement

My friends David Beito and Linda Royster Beito have published an important new book, Black Maverick: T. R. M. Howard’s Fight for Civil Rights and Economic Power (University of Illinois…

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Cato University a Hit

Yesterday’s Cato University seminars were great, and today looks like it’s off to a good start, as well. Tibor Machan is currently lecturing on the role of individual rights as…

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