Founded by Pierre Goodrich in 1961, Liberty Fund works to promote discussion of classical liberal ideas. Each year, Liberty Fund sponsors around 180 weekend-long Socratic style discussions about economics, political theory, law and literature. On any given weekend, attendees of Liberty Fund conferences discuss the works of people like Adam Smith, Frederic Bastiat, Ludwig von Mises and James M. Buchanan. Liberty Fund also publishes out-of-print books in the classical liberal intellectual tradition and maintains several online libraries for scholars and students.
Reason TV's Paul Feine sat down with Liberty Fund's president and CEO Chris Talley to learn more about Liberty Fund's work.
Approximately 3.5 minutes.
Produced by Paul Feine and Alex Manning.
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