I wrote a couple of days ago about a global ranking showing which nations enjoy the most personal and economic freedom.
Surprisingly, European nations dominated the top 20, which suggests (given the depressing amount of statism in Europe) that libertarians have a lot of work to do if we want good liberty-oriented role models for the world.
In the fight for libertarian policy, we face several obstacles, including the “public choice” pressure for ever-growing government, as well as the fact that we simply need to learn how to be more persuasive.
And if we want to be more persuasive, we need to somehow convince people to apply sensible principles in a consistent manner. And this is why…
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