Those who convey ideas would do well to heed Anne Wortham’s example:
"While I do not profess individualism in the classroom, when appropriate I do teach the difference between individualism and collectivism, and what is at stake in the conflict between those opposing worldviews. My approach is not that of a proselytizer, but of a teacher. My aim is to enlighten them, not to convert them to my side." - Anne Wortham, The Individualist
Read the full interview here: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-individualist-part-2-an-interview-with-anne-wortham

Those who convey ideas would do well to heed Anne Wortham’s example:

"While I do not profess individualism in the classroom, when appropriate I do teach the difference between individualism and collectivism, and what is at stake in the conflict between those opposing worldviews. My approach is not that of a proselytizer, but of a teacher. My aim is to enlighten them, not to convert them to my side." - Anne Wortham, The Individualist

Read the full interview here: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-individualist-part-2-an-interview-with-anne-wortham

What are you creating this weekend?

What are you creating this weekend?

Every Friday we give away a 3-pack of books to 10 lucky people. Did you enter yet this week?Enter the giveaway here: http://a.pgtb.me/G9xqTz

Every Friday we give away a 3-pack of books to 10 lucky people. Did you enter yet this week?

Enter the giveaway here: http://a.pgtb.me/G9xqTz

Politics is inseparable from government. Indeed, it *is* government. Read Sandy Ikeda’s latest piece: Hating Politics, Loving Governmenthttp://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/hating-politics-loving-government

Politics is inseparable from government. Indeed, it *is* government. 

Read Sandy Ikeda’s latest piece: Hating Politics, Loving Government
http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/hating-politics-loving-government

Politics is inseparable from government. Indeed, it *is* government. 

Read Sandy Ikeda’s latest piece: Hating Politics, Loving Government

Politics is inseparable from government. Indeed, it *is* government. 

Read Sandy Ikeda’s latest piece: Hating Politics, Loving Government

When politicians worry about inequality, they’re trying to leverage one of our lesser impulses into power. The only equality it produces is equal poverty for non-elites. 
Read: Selling Envy - How governments promote the worst in us to redistribute wealth 

When politicians worry about inequality, they’re trying to leverage one of our lesser impulses into power. The only equality it produces is equal poverty for non-elites. 

Read: Selling Envy - How governments promote the worst in us to redistribute wealth 

Thomas Clarkson, one of the most influential, pro-liberty humanitarians in history, was born on this date in 1760. His essay as a university student in the 1780’s marked the start of a more than six-decade crusade against slavery: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/a-students-essay-that-changed-the-world

Thomas Clarkson, one of the most influential, pro-liberty humanitarians in history, was born on this date in 1760. His essay as a university student in the 1780’s marked the start of a more than six-decade crusade against slavery: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/a-students-essay-that-changed-the-world

“Money is not an invention of the state,” wrote the great founder of the Austrian School. “It is not the product of a legislative act. Even the sanction of political authority is not necessary for its existence. Certain commodities came to be money quite naturally, as the result of economic relationships that were independent of the power of the state.”
Read more: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-austrian-influences-on-bitcoin

“Money is not an invention of the state,” wrote the great founder of the Austrian School. “It is not the product of a legislative act. Even the sanction of political authority is not necessary for its existence. Certain commodities came to be money quite naturally, as the result of economic relationships that were independent of the power of the state.”

Read more: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-austrian-influences-on-bitcoin

Humility is the most crucial lesson of economics; the power of spontaneous order in the market always outpaces what any individual can imagine.
Learn more: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-economist-who-said-maybe

Humility is the most crucial lesson of economics; the power of spontaneous order in the market always outpaces what any individual can imagine.

Learn more: http://www.FEE.org/the_freeman/detail/the-economist-who-said-maybe

Word Power
While “liberty” and “freedom” can be used interchangeably, there’s a subtle but important difference between what they connote.
Read more: http://www.fee.org/the_freeman/detail/word-power

Word Power

While “liberty” and “freedom” can be used interchangeably, there’s a subtle but important difference between what they connote.

Read more: http://www.fee.org/the_freeman/detail/word-power