Readers in the Philadelphia area may be interested to know that I will be giving a speech tomorrow for the University of Pennsylvania Libertarians at 8:30 PM in Houston Hall, Rm. 314, at the University of Pennsylvania, 3417 Spruce Street. I will be speaking on the topic of "Political Strategy for Libertarians," discussing ways that we can work to promote libertarian ideas and limit the power of government in the current difficult political environment. I intend to focus on both the political process and nonelectoral strategies (e.g. - public interest litigation). I will also reiterate the reasons why I think that the Libertarian Party is a poor vehicle for promoting libertarianism.
This will be my first-ever speech to a predominantly undergraduate audience. It should be an interesting event.
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- Speech Before the Penn Libertarians:
- Lessons of the Libertarian Party's Most Recent Failure: