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In evaluating stateless experiments like Silk Road, we have to ask, "As compared with what?" Certainly not an ideal. Try comparing Ross Ulbricht with Richard Nixon in Indochina.
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As we engage in peer-to-peer civil disobedience, we are making choices that are leading to the emergence of new law, however slowly and clumsily it follows on.
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Regulators ran jitney operators out of every town in America. But something important has changed the game in passengers' favor.
Obamacare’s costs are starting to show
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All too many Americans are buffaloed by the hidden tax and regulatory costs that everyone pays.
“Libertarian was their counter-culture; it contained multitudes”
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The new libertarianism is neither left nor right but its own thing: a maturation of the classical-liberal conviction that society can be built without dependency on the state.
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The sharing economy creates conditions where increased participation adds to the underlying good's value and benefits all participants.
The innovations and opportunities of modern markets freed women more than men
FEBRUARY 17, 2015 by STEPHEN DAVIES
Capitalism liberated women from the reality of living in a world of little innovation, slow or nonexistent growth, and chronic material deprivation.
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Spring Break with FEE is a four-day seminar attempting to introduce the freedom philosophy to members of the local Atlanta community. April 8-11, 2013.
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A collection of essays by FEE President Lawrence W. Reed and historian Burton W. Folsom, Jr. that surveys the economic history of the United States and the modern world. Along the way, they dismiss commonly-held fallacies and present the stories of the individuals who changed history and expanded liberty for everyone
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Hilton Alexandria Old Town | Washington, D.C. | July 31 - August 02
If you have been inspired by the freedom philosophy and now want to become an great communicator of its ideas, this is the program for you!
Berry College | Rome, GA | July 20 - 23
Everyone knows technology is constantly changing, and changing our lives with it. Attend FEE's Economics of Technological Innovation seminar to explore advancements in the tech sector and the impact it makes on social and economic progress.
St. Edward's University | Austin, TX | July 12 - 15
Entrepreneurship is one of the most rewarding careers paths a person can pursue. At FEE's Economics of Entrepreneurship seminar, you'll discover how economic thinking can help make you a successful entrepreneur while exploring the positive social role of business owners.
Chapman University | Orange, CA | June 15 - 18
Economic literacy goes hand in hand with business success. FEE's Economics of Business Success seminar will allow you to explore economic concepts and how economic thinking can help you become a successful business leader.