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FEE @ 2011 International Students for Liberty Conference

FEBRUARY 21, 2011 by BRIAN AITKEN

Yesterday wrapped up the 2011 International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington D.C. –where over 500 college students from across the globe got together to celebrate the message of liberty.

FEE had a great presence at the 2011 ISFLC including several lectures by Chris Coyne on Austrian Economics and I even had an opportunity to host a breakout session… one of 45 different sessions over the three day conference.

We had a great time meeting a new generation of liberty minded students and can’t wait to see you again at the 2011 FEE Summer Seminars!

Didn’t make it to the 2011 ISFLC Conference? Interested in exploring the ideas of liberty through economics? Apply now for one of our week long seminars!

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