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The Christian Feminist View of Abortion Ep. 008 Dare to Think Podcast

• Podcast Subscribe • and give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Just a few days before recording this episode, Ireland voted overwhelmingly to repeal the 8th Amendment to their Constitution which...

Flashes of Liberty: Frederic Bastiat A Mini-Cast Project

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Frederic Bastiat was a man known for "triggering" his philosophical rivals. In a debate, his opponent declared,...
Confucians and Spontaneous Order

Flashes of Liberty: The Confucians and Spontaneous Order A Mini-Cast Project

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Austrian Economist Murray Rothbard has called the ancient Daoist philosopher, Zhuangzi, "the first anarchist,"...

Flashes of Liberty: Henry Hazlitt A Mini-Cast Project

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. World War II ended in 1945, but it didn’t end the economic and political fallout. This was the year of Winston...

How the Prolife Movement is Aborting a Prolife Era What Will It Take To Actually End Abortion? Part 1

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. All resources for this episode are posted in the show notes and at the end of this manuscript. The following...

Flashes of Liberty: Rose Wilder Lane A Mini-cast Project

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. Rose Wilder Lane was an American journalist who became enchanted with communism early in life. She looked to communist Europe and the Soviet Union...
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Flashes of Liberty: John Locke A mini-cast project

Please Subscribe! and please don’t forget to give a five-star rating and review so new audiences can find Mere Liberty. In 1683, John Locke arrived in the Netherlands with his friend and patron, Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper. The two had fled England due to suspicions...

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