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ANYTHING PEACEFUL

A Trendsetter?

FEE just got recognition for doing cool stuff in the movement

OCTOBER 09, 2013 by THE FREEMAN

Spark Freedom has chosen FEE for their Trendsetters award. We have to admit, it feels nice to be recognized.

Here's what they had to say:

FEE took to the internet to settle common debates within the freedom movement. After visitors read the opposing arguments, they were able to vote for the side they agreed with.

Click here to see FEE’s online debate forum, The Arena.

Of course, we'd like to thank Spark Freedom for the recognition. 

We think The Arena is a great way not only to reframe controversies through the freedom lens, but also to offer a "safe space" for classical liberals and libertarians to mix it up. We keep each other honest, test the limits of our thinking, and bring newcomers into the ideas using the pull of controversy.

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