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Liberty is not a means to a higher political end. It is the highest political end. It is not for the sake of a good public administration that it is required, but for security in the pursuit of the highest objects of civil society and of private life.
Lord Acton

Audio & Video

Audio & Video

 

• Video: Ayn Rand's Moral defense of Capitalism - 13 November 2011

• Skousen's Return to the Bahamas to Show their Award-Winning Film - 6 November 2011

• Video: When Governments Cut Spending - 31 October 2011

• Video: Free Markets, Not Redistribution, Is Best Way to Reduce Poverty - 21 October 2011

• Video from CF&P Exposes Failure of the War on Poverty, Calls for Free Markets for Upward Mobility - 8 October 2011

• Video: Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Nine - 21 July 2011

• Video: Economics of Liberty 2011: Leture Series - Lecture Eight - 16 July 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Seven - 8 July 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Six - 25 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Five - 17 June 2011

• Lawrence Reed: Spreading Freedom to the World - 17 June 2011

• Video: Vouchers, Not Bureaucratic Rationing, Are Best Way to Fix Bankrupt Medicare System - 12 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Four - 10 June 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Three - 2 June 2011

• Dr. Richard Ebeling appears on The Platform: Reprise - 29 May 2011

• Dr. Steven Horwitz appears on The Platform - 29 May 2011

• Johan Norberg at the Atlas Experience (2011) - 27 May 2011

• Video: John Tomlinson - Securing the Bahamian Dollar - 24 May 2011

• Video: CF&P Explains that Vouchers, Not Bureaucratic Rationing, Are Best Way to Fix Bankrupt Medicare System - 17 May 2011

• Video - Economics of Liberty 2011: Lecture Series - Lecture Two - 14 May 2011

 

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