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Stossel and Boaz on War
By: Barry Belmont

A few members of the UNR SFL were not content to prattle on about academic matters nor bother with long, nuanced questions of narrow scope at the ISFLC. That’s why during many breakout sessions we more often asked what the lecturer wanted us to get out of the lecture than about what Hayek really meant [...]

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ABOLISH ASUN: International Event of the Year
By: UNR Student For Liberty

The Students for Liberty has named our original Abolish ASUN Festival its Event of the Year at its recent International Conference. This is an amazing honor and we will be sure to bring you more news, stories, and videos about how the whole conference went down in the coming week, but suffice it to say for [...]

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Nominated: Event of the Year
By: UNR Student For Liberty

Our club (along with several other excellent organizations) has been nominated for the national Students for Liberty‘s Event of the Year. The event we were chosen for was our initial kick off of the Abolish ASUN movement, namely, the Abolish ASUN Festival, where, just in case you forget, we willfully wasted our student government’s funds [...]

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ISFLC, 3. The Guy From Michigan
By: Barry Belmont

Jonathan Slemrod, in addition to being the President of University of Michigan College Libertarians, is also the Editor-at-Large of the conservative and libertarian journal on his campus, The Michigan Review. Below is his boiling down of the conference to a tight, nice, and neat paragraph. The third annual Students for Liberty Conference was a valuable [...]

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ISFLC, 2. The Girl With Pretty Eyes
By: Barry Belmont

So, I’ve wanted to record the experiences of those involved in the International Students for Liberty Conference. This is in an attempt to unify the disparate libertarian groups from around the country that attended that conference. A few people have responded thus far and they all have important perspectives to add. The first account I [...]

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International Students for Liberty Conference, 1. Introduction
By: Barry Belmont

Rarely are things what they are made out to be. Issues, objectives, events — indeed, all things people are able to describe after the fact — hardly capture the attitudes had, feelings felt, and experiences experienced with the force that were once present before us. To sound less pretentious: the International Students for Liberty Conference [...]

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