T.K. Coleman: Entrepreneurship As A Theory of Social Change (1h14m)

This episode features a talk by serial entrepreneur and education activist T.K. Coleman from 2016. “I want everyone to leave there feeling convinced that we have a tremendous amount of power to create a freer world without relying solely or primarily on politics. Moreover, I want them to have concrete and inspiring examples of how this is being done and how they can get involved.”

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Stephan Kinsella: Intellectual Property and Economic Development (1h0m)

This episode features a talk by libertarian theorist and patent attorney Stephan Kinsella from 2011. Kinsella looks at the effects of patents and copyrights on economic development. Purchase books by Stephan Kinsella on Amazon here.

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Walter Block: Defending the Drug Addict (12m)

This episode features an audio essay written by economics professor and Austro-libertarian Walter Block from 1976, and which comprises Chapter 5 of Defending the UndefendablePurchase books by Walter Block on Amazon here.

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Gloria Alvarez: The Power of Freedom for Latin America (38m)

This episode features a talk by economist and social activist Gloria Alvarez. She speaks passionately about issues facing Latin America and why an expansion of freedom would help bring about much needed change. Purchase books by Gloria Alvarez on Amazon here.

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Mary Ruwart: How Government Keeps Us Sick (40m)

This episode features an interview of chemist Mary Ruwart from 2018 by Jeff Diest, host of the Human Action podcast (formerly Mises Weekends). They discuss the sobering reality of our medical cartel, and what all of us must do in the fight for health freedom in the US. How does government thwart radical research that might eliminate cancer, HIV, and chronic diseases like diabetes? Who really funds the FDA? Why do doctors go along with it? Can we measure how many deaths the FDA causes each year, rather than prevents? And will health supplements or alternative health modalities remain legal and widely available in the US? Purchase books by Mary Ruwart on Amazon here.

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Nicholas Hooton: Agorist Living (11m)

This episode features an audio essay written by Nicholas Hooton in 2012, which comprises Chapter 16 of Everything Voluntary: From Politics to Parenting, edited by Skyler J. Collins and published in 2012.

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