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MAY 14, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Today is the 30th anniversary of Leonard Read's passing. His message of freedom and peaceful cooperation now reaches more people than ever.
MAY 02, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
He is an international man of mystery. He wears a bow tie and a dashing suit. He comes in second only to a fictional character for the title "the most interesting man in the world."
MAY 01, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
The Thorpe-Freeman Blog Contest wants you. Have a blog? Give us your thoughts: Make them smart, insightful, and engaging, and you may walk away with $250.
APRIL 29, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Over the years, Rodney Lockwood watched his beloved Detroit fall into ruin thanks to the rise of unions and the welfare state. He wants to rebuild Detroit. In this interview, Lockwood describes his vision for doing so.
APRIL 25, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
We'd like to start giving potential writers a brief heads up on upcoming issues. This may be a kind of spoiler for people who like our issues to be a surprise. If so, stop reading now.
APRIL 24, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
Appreciating the idea of flow unlocks a greater understanding of ourselves. We might also discover that, as we seek and strive, we play a role within evolving systems that gives our lives a meaningful connection to something larger than ourselves.
APRIL 11, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
If you know any really good poets (and we mean really good), please share this post with them.
APRIL 08, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
There are very few politicians in the world lovers of liberty can admire. Today there is one fewer. And she was a great one.
MARCH 27, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
A world without the State--without even the need for one--is a beautiful thing to contemplate. It's worth investigating, whether or not we ever arrive at that point. The April issue, in print soon, explores this strand of classical liberal thought.
MARCH 26, 2013 by THE FREEMAN
When NPR does a good story, you have to give them credit. In this series--complete with visuals--the author travels around the country looking at the real flesh-and-blood people on "disability," a program that can be more expensive, and more permanent, than welfare.