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Doug Bandow on Virtue and a Free Society

The Cato Institute’s Doug Bandow, fellow Christian and libertarian, gave an excellent lecture on virtue and the free society back in 1994, and the recording recently came to my attention. Check it out:

From Libertarianism.org:

In this video from a 1994 conference of the Future of Freedom Foundation, Bandow lectures on the virtues of having a free society. He begins with a brief history of politics to the present day, and then goes on to explain why people’s reliance on political means to achieve their ends makes societies less free, less just, and less moral.

Also, see Doug’s book Beyond Good Intentions for more of his views on politics and faith.

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