Are We Good Enough for Liberty? Giveaway

FEE has yet another new product to offer, absolutely free, as part of the Blinking Lights Project. FEE president Lawrence Reed's new book Are We Good Enough for Liberty? is now available for order in quantities of 1, 5, 10, 15, or 20 for absolutely free. We only ask that you read it and share it with your friends, neighbors, family members, and fellow students. We want to give this book as wide a distribution as possible and you can help us with that task. 
 
Reed's book establishes the indispensable connection between liberty and character and explains why, throughout history, "no people who lost their character kept their liberty." It is a book of stories and lessons from the past and from across the world. It instructs as well, noting that "If you do not govern yourself, you will be governed." These are lessons which FEE places in all of its educational programs: in the Freeman, the summer seminars, our online resources, and now distilled down to one book for you to take.



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