Episode 131: Why Liberty Takes Character (with Lawrence W. Reed)

Lawrence W. Reed joins us for a dialogue on the way to successfully talk the concepts of liberty via storytelling.

What’s one of the simplest ways to show the rules of economics and particular person liberty to individuals? Is having ‘good character’ a timeless advantage?

Lawrence W. Reed joins us this week to debate his work on the Foundation for Economic Education and FEE’s historical past within the worldwide free market motion. He additionally shares a couple of tales about ‘Real Heroes’ of liberty.

Show Notes and Further Reading

The Foundation for Economic Education has made the complete textual content of Henry Hazlitt’s basic ebook Economics in One Lesson obtainable on-line totally free right here:

Aaron mentions studying Reed’s essays on character and liberty. They can be found right here, organized into a brief e-book The Great Hope: Essays on Character and Liberty:

Reed’s ongoing Real Heroes collection may be discovered right here:

New options are launched each Friday; right here is Reed’s account of the lifetime of Witold Pilecki:

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