David Friedman, now 50 years on from publishing The Machinery of Freedom: A Guide to a Radical Capitalism, remains an innovative anarcho-capitalist and leading figure of the broader liberty movement. Learn Liberty spoke with him for a wide-ranging interview about everything from his love of poetry to his biggest influences (other than his father, Milton), […]
David Friedman is an academic economist with a doctorate in physics, retired from twenty-three years teaching in a law school. His first book, The Machinery of Freedom: Guide to a Radical Capitalism, was published in 1973 and includes a description of how a society with property rights and without government might function. There as, elsewhere, […]
Right now, activists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, specifically within the region of Republika Srpska, are bracing themselves for an array of new challenges as the government plans to enact a law that will impose strict oversight and intense scrutiny of non-governmental organizations. Those receiving funding from abroad will be required to register as “foreign agents.”
Today would have been Ludwig von Mises’ 135th birthday. Here we reflect on the profound contribution he made to economics.
For the Canadian Government, Bill C-11 heralds a fresh avenue for regulation and control. It is a mechanism for both reprimanding adversaries and rewarding lobbyists. Naturally, this government dominance over media comes at the cost of freedom and diversity of content online. Here’s what’s at stake…