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Come to Charleston!

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    TICKETS TO THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT! If you have ever wanted an excuse to visit Charleston, South Carolina, one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, you have it now! The Ron Paul Institute and The Future of Freedom Foundation are teaming up to present an exciting, timely, and ... [click for more]

What You Can Do to Advance Liberty

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Please watch this 6-minute video by Jacob Hornberger. Ideas on liberty matter. They are the way to achieve a free society. If you like a particular perspective published by FFF, please share it with others, especially from: 1. FFF Daily: our daily libertarian commentary page. 2. Future of Freedom: our ... [click for more]

Help FFF Strive for a Free Society

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I grew up as a Democrat in Laredo, Texas. I campaigned for John Kennedy when I was in the fifth grade. My dad took me to a political barbecue at the LBJ ranch, where I personally met Lyndon Johnson. As a local representative of Lady Bird Johnson’s beautify America campaign, I visited the White ... [click for more]

Help FFF Strive for a Free Society (video)

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We must continue advancing liberty: It’s the right thing to do and, despite what is happening in the political world, we might soon see a sudden shift in society toward peace, prosperity, and freedom. One thing is for sure: If we give up, we cannot succeed. Will you help us bring our nation ever closer ... [click for more]

Help FFF Spread the Ideas of Liberty

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Before I was to deliver a speech at a recent conference in Virginia, a young woman introduced herself and told me that a quotation of mine, which she had read on the Internet when she was in the 8th grade, had shifted the course of her life by leading her to explore libertarianism. She was so struck by the ... [click for more]

Support FFF’s Liberty Video Series

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I am seeking your financial help for our new video project in which speakers present their perspectives on the burning issues of our time. The Gary Johnson-William Weld Libertarian Party ticket has the potential of raising the level of debate and discussion on libertarian solutions to America’s woes. We need to seize on that opportunity. Our first video ... [click for more]

The Presidential Race: An Opportunity for Liberty

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Given the antipathy among the American people toward Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Libertarian Party’s recent nomination of former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson and former Massachusetts Governor William Weld is certain to make libertarianism a hot topic of discussion around the country during this election season. This presents a grand opportunity for libertarians. ... [click for more]

The Presidential Race An Opportunity for Liberty (video)

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Given the antipathy among the American people toward Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Libertarian Party’s recent nomination of former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson and former Massachusetts Governor William Weld is certain to make libertarianism a hot topic of discussion around the country during this election season. This presents a grand opportunity for libertarians. ... [click for more]

The Drug War against Black America

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The Future of Freedom Foundation and the Morgan State University Pre-Law Association present a one-day conference on the campus of Morgan State University at the University Student Center Theater on Saturday, November 14, 2015, that will address the war on drugs and its adverse consequences on American society, ... [click for more]

Help Support FFF’s Ebook Project

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The triumph of libertarianism ultimately lies in spreading ideas on liberty. Our aim is to build a solid base of libertarians who are firmly committed to libertarian principles. Once that number reaches a critical mass, I am convinced that society will make a dramatic shift toward freedom. With that in mind, we have discovered another way to find new audiences ... [click for more]

On the Methodology of Winning Liberty

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  For the last 25 years of The Future of Freedom Foundation’s existence and even before, the libertarian movement has basically been divided into two wings — those who advocate pure libertarian principles — the “purists” — and those who advocate “reformist” or “gradualist” measures. Throughout that time, it has been assumed that these are simply two alternative ways to advance ... [click for more]
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