Marc Victor: What I Learned About the Criminal Justice System From Neanderthals and Liars (57m)

This episode features a lecture by criminal defense attorney Marc Victor from 2018 telling the horrific story of physical violence, bureaucratic malice and criminal perjury he endured while he was “presumed innocent”. A riveting tale of how his devotion to protecting the rights of persons accused of crimes by the State was energized to a whole new level through the harrowing experience he suffered.

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John Lott: The War on Guns (1h13m)

This episode features a lecture and Q&A by economist and gun rights advocate John Lott from 2016 on his new book about the War on Guns and the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. Purchase books by John Lott on Amazon here.

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Wendy McElroy: Feminist History Revisited (33m)

This episode features a lecture by Wendy McElroy from 1985 on the history of feminism beginning with its modern roots in the American abolitionist movement in the early and mid-1800s. She also explains why she believes that libertarianism and feminism are incongruous when it comes to their respective goals related to social change. Purchase books by Wendy McElroy on Amazon here.

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James Duane: Don’t Talk to The Police (47m)

This episode features a lecture by Regent University law professor James Duane from 2012. He gives listeners startling reasons why they should always remain silent when questioned by government officials. Purchase books by James Duane on Amazon here.

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Murray Rothbard: How I Became a Libertarian (1h32m)

This episode features a lecture by Austrian School economist, historian, and political philosopher Murray Rothbard from 1981. He tells the story of how he came to learn about economics and libertarianism as he grew up in the Bronx and attended Columbia University in the 1930s and 40s. He reminisces about meeting Frank Chodorov, Baldy Harper, George Stigler and Ludwig von Mises, and takes a number of audience questions. Purchase books by Murray Rothbard on Amazon here.

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