If you missed the Reddit AMA with Professor Lauren Hall last week, fear not! We’ve taken the liberty of compiling some of the highlights for your viewing pleasure. You can check out the whole thing here. Dr. Hall is associate professor of political science at Rochester Institute of Technology. She is the author of Family and […]
Well-behaved women seldom make history, but they should.
This Women’s History Month, let’s avoid the trap of looking at women’s equality as a problem that only politicians can solve.
We reached out to Learn Liberty professors for suggestions on great women whose achievements should earn them a place on US currency.
This year April 17 is Tax Day. Those who pay little tax count themselves as lucky winners. Some of the biggest losers will be married, working women, who are being discouraged from working by high rates of tax. Higher marginal tax rates discourage married women from working. When single women work and are considering marriage, […]
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Almost two centuries before the women’s lib movement and a full century before the suffragettes, not all women were quiet subordinates to men. In this 1996 essay, historian Jim Powell provides us with an illuminating account of the brilliant Mary Wollstonecraft, an 18th-century author and philosopher who never minced her words in defense of equal […]
in honor of Women’s History Month, I want to highlight three stories of women you probably have never heard of — victims of government.
“All our liberties are due to [wo]men who, when their conscience has compelled them, have broken the laws of the land.”
She was literally born out of the Liberty Movement.
Today is International Women’s Day and, in some of the least surprising news of the day, it turns out that women’s equality ties into economic freedom. International Women’s Day was founded by the American Socialist Party in 1909 and usually ends up celebrating women in government, politics, and statism, but let’s look at something else. […]