Sarah Skwire is the Literary Editor of FEE.org and a senior fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. She is a poet and author of the writing textbook Writing with a Thesis. She is a member of the FEE Faculty Network. Email
Everyone starts by doing something else—quite possibly something they hate—and learning and earning their way to something better.
Libertarian literature tends to be as dull as socialist literature.
Harvard's undergrad House Masters have abolished their name because it has been "associated with slavery" during campus protests.
Playboy needed to get creative and change, or be destroyed by its competitors’ creativity.
When you are invited to engage in some silliness, say yes, and add something of your own. It might take you into the intricacies of the early modern literary/theological/political network. It might take you into space. It might take you into Camelot. The value of it, as Hayek points out, is that we don’t know where it will take us.
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