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Trade is Made of Win

Have you heard of LearnLiberty.org? If not, you should check it out. It’s a great resource of video content for, you guessed it, learning about liberty. I love these videos by Art Carden (a fellow Christian libertarian) called “Trade is Made of Win.”

Consider this question for a moment: If you were asked to explain why a free market is a good thing, how would you do it? What would come to mind? In less than 10 minutes of watching these videos, you can understand the benefits of trade and be ready to explain it to someone else.

Video 1: Wealth Creation

Video 2: Cooperation

Video 3: Conservation

The LearnLiberty.org project is sponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies, so kudos to them for doing great work.

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