Anne Wortham is an associate professor of sociology at Illinois State University. She is a rare voice in the liberty movement — a scholar and rogue academic. She wrote her first piece for The Freeman in 1966.
Special favors can hurt, as do laws which discriminate against us.
If an individual is to make use of his reason, he must choose to think.
The political duty is to uphold the right of each person to act upon the opportunities he perceives.
A case study of voluntary charity in a spirit of mutual understanding and respect for life and property.
Anne Wortham is an individual before she is a Negro, and respectfully requests that we let her keep it that way.
A young American thoughtfully reexamines the issue of civil rights and how individuals may hope to earn and enjoy them.
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April 16, 2040, 11:00 AM