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Guides and Knowledge for your Intellectual Journey

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John James Posted: Mon, Apr 9 2012 12:16 PM

Inspired by the OP in this thread, I thought it would be useful to compile a list of resources that would feed the appetite for someone on an intellectual journey into libertarianism.

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Milton Friedman

The Milton Friedman/Thomas Sowell Collection

(after the first dozen videos (which you can skip) this channel is the most comprehensive collection of Friedman and Sowell interviews and lectures.  It includes most if not all of the videos listed in the two sections below.)

 

Milton Friedman on Donahue (1979)

Milton Friedman on Donahue (1980)

 

Milton Friedman - Economics 101

M.Friedman Lecture Series ('77-'78)

M.Friedman on Open Mind (1975)

M.Friedman on Open Mind (1977)

M.Friedman on Healthcare - Mayo Clinic (1978)

M.Friedman -Iceland TV (1984)

Milton Friedman on Libertarianism

 

Free to Choose (selected clips)

 

Thomas Sowell

Thomas Sowell: Uncommon Knowledge

Thomas Sowell: Q&A

Thomas Sowell: In The Right Direction

Thomas Sowell - CSPAN interview (1990)

Thomas Sowell on Prager (2009)

Thomas Sowell on Prager (2010 )

Thomas Sowell with Russ Roberts

Wisdom with Sowell

Thomas Sowell: Economist

 

Walter Williams

Good Intentions with Walter Williams

Walter Williams - The State Against Blacks

Wisdom of Williams

Walter E. Williams: Economist

 

John Stossel

John Stossel - Speaker Franklin Awards Dinner

John Stossel specials

"Greed" with John Stossel

John Stossel Goes to Washington

"Freeloaders" with John Stossel

You Can't Even Talk About It

Sick in America

Politically Incorrect Guide To Politics

Bailouts and Bull

Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity

The Trouble with Lawyers

John Stossel - On Liberty

Media Hype

The Power of Belief

Feel Good About Failure

The Mystery of Happiness

The Family Fix

 

Stossel in the Classroom (YouTube) (DailyMotion)

 

Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff Is Right

Why the Meltdown Should Have Surprised No One

Peter Schiff - economist

Peter Schiff: Economic Crisis

 

Ron Paul

Ron Paul - 1988 Presidential Candidate Interview

Ron Paul classics

Congressman Dr Ron Paul Inverview with John Stossel

 

Thomas Woods

Applying Economics to American History

Smashing Myths and Restoring Sound Money

Why You've Never Heard of the Great Depression of 1920

Keynesian Predictions vs. American History

An Evening with Tom Woods

Is Limited Government an Oxymoron?

 

Andrew Napolitano

Andrew Napolitano - Virtues of Liberty

 

Topics

Reading lists

 

economics

Introduction to economics

Capitalism In One Lesson

Economic freedom

Money and How it Works

Money & Banking

Consumer Protection

The Environment and Natural Resources

Argumentation pages

Economics Made Easy (with ShaneDK)

Praxeology

Introduction to Austrian Economics (videos)

Introduction to Austrian Economics (writings & interactive)

Austrian Business Cycle Theory learning materials

The Great Depression

Monopoly & Anti-trust

Economics of Trade

Recycling

 

politics

Introduction to political philosophy

The U.S. Constitution

History of Gun Control

Politics Made Simple (with ShaneDK)

Voting documentaries

Law Without Government

Free society

 

other

Rights

Law

Morality

Education

"Intellectual Property" (IP) and Innovation

Why Drugs Should Be Legalized

American History

Interacting with Law Enforcement

Guns

 

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Awesome!

If I had a cake and ate it, it can be concluded that I do not have it anymore. HHH

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Wheylous replied on Mon, Apr 9 2012 12:28 PM

The only appropriate reply has already been posted.

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Wow! Thank you very much, I have became a libertarian less than a year ago and this is certainly very useful. :)

It is not left versus right, it is social engineering versus spontaneous order.
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Jackie replied on Tue, Jun 5 2012 4:36 PM

Wow, thank you so much. Lots of stuff. This will keep me busy for a while!

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