On September 21st I gave a talk to the Auburn University Libertarians on the subject"Rich and Poor in a Libertarian Society."
On October 8th I gave a talk at the Mises Institute's conference on fascism titled"They Saw it Coming: The 19th-Century Libertarian Critique of Fascism." (An audio file of my talk is now online.)
On October 15th I'll be giving a talk to the Advocates for Self-Government 20th Anniversary Celebration in Atlanta with the title"Fire the Rich! Why the Free Market Is the Proletarian Revolution."
(So, that's three plutocracy-bashing talks….)
Finally, on October 21st I’ll be giving a talk at the Alabama Philosophical Society meetings in Montevallo explaining"Why Libertarians Believe There Is Only One Right."
(I say"finally," but I have conferences coming up in November and December too….)
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Kenneth R Gregg - 10/13/2005
Glad you had the opportunity to be involved with the Conference on Fascism.
Now that I'm back up and about, I've been starting to listen to the talks on the Conference. Started with Raico (sorry Rod) and thought he nailed the topic. If I have a chance this weekend, will catch the rest. Have a lot of writing to catch up with, though.
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