Walker-Bovard-Gottfried: And You Were There!

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Reason Managing Editor Jesse Walker participated (as hyped) in a thoughtful debate on government and liberty in Clarendon, Virginia yesterday, alongside author James Bovard and paleoconservative Prof. Paul Gottfried. The rooftop-at-nightfall made for some atrocious lighting, but a few pictures survived. (Unlike this week's earlier recap, captions are beneath the photos.) As before, post recaps in the comments or email photos if you were there.

Jesse laughs along with one of James Bovard's gut-busters about Americans' willful subjection to tyranny.

Paul Gottfried rhapsodises on how much better everything was 50 years ago.

Another view of the debate.

Tim Carney asks a question as Jeremy Lott contemplates the universe.

Dave Weigel asks Team America's Marcus Epstein what he did to defend the border today.

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  1. The last caption should read: Dave Weigel(after raiding Nick Gillespie’s closet) asks Team America’s Marcus Epstein what he did to defend the border today.

  2. … when everyone knows I’d have to raid Kerry Howley’s closet to get the H&R commenters humming.

  3. If there is a guy who just looks libertarian, it is Bovard. No, I’m not sure what that means.

  4. Hmmm, no females in the pictures today.

    See what you guys did?

  5. Does anyone else agree that Jeremy Lott, Ross Douthat, and Matt Yglesias all sort of look alike? Not that they could be confused with each other, but they could be brothers or at least cousins. Or maybe it’s just that they all have the same beard style.

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