For anyone that has not lived in a cave in recent years it is clear that libertarianism is gathering momentum and becoming more mainstream. As such, those of us that care about liberty should expect to get many questions from “outsiders” about what we stand for. There will be plenty of misconceptions and objections to be addressed as well as questions to be answered. Attending a Liberty Camp organized by the Language of Liberty Institute (LLI) can give you the arrows you’ll need in your quiver to do just that.
Attendees at last week’s Liberty English Camp on the Mediterranean island of Malta can attest to its benefits. Co-organizer Jacek Spendel of the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation helped gather nearly fifty people of thirteen different nationalities, representing a larger than usual turnout for a Liberty Camp. They learned a lot from many different speakers about why liberty matters, the origin of rights, the war on drugs, seasteading, the difference between real and cro
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