Tag Archive: IHS


  • College, the way it should be: IHS Summer Seminars.

    If you’re a fan of Learn Liberty, you’re probably interested in learning more about libertarian ideas and discovering the libertarian perspective on topics like history, economics and philosophy. But did you know you can learn more and discuss and debate those ideas with other students and Learn Liberty professors? IHS Summer Seminars are week-long summer […]

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  • IHS events are coming to a campus near you.

    Our parent organization, the Institute for Humane Studies, brings the ideas of liberty to students in more ways than just online education like on Learn Liberty. They also provide funding, career advice, and more to help educate students about the principles of a free society. And now, IHS is coming to your neighborhood with On-Campus events! […]

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  • Inequality For Some

    At tonight’s presidential primary debate, the topic of income inequality is almost guaranteed to come up. The widening gap between the rich and the poor is shaping up to be one of the defining themes of this election cycle. A recent, high-profile documentary called “Inequality for All” makes the case that this is a foremost […]

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  • Uber and the Sharing Economy: A New Way of Living

    Earlier this year, I was making travel arrangements for a trip to Charleston. I booked my flight and hotel, and was about to book a rental car when I thought “wait a second. Charleston has Uber, doesn’t it?” It does, and I took UberX—the service that allows anyone who meets Uber’s requirements to drive for […]

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