The Kindle edition of ‘Liberty from a Beginner: Selected Essays’ is now free. Not for long, though.
FROM THE REVIEWS:
“[these essays] break out of the dead end that British libertarianism – and much American – has found itself in since about 1980.” – Dr. Sean Gabb (Libertarian Alliance)
“Keir Martland provides a perspective that synthesizes Rothbardian libertarianism with cultural traditionalism to offer insights that are as penetrating as they are rare.” – Keith Preston (Attack the System)
“A fine debut offering.”
– Professor John Kersey (Traditional Britain Group)
Chris R. Tame (1949-2006) was for many years the face of British libertarianism. Tame discovered Ayn Rand’s work when he was seventeen and quickly became a libertarian. Having been involved with established organisations such as the Society for Individual Freedom and the Institute for Economic Affairs, and dismayed by the lack of an explicitly libertarian organisation in the UK, he and a few others broke away to found what was later to become the Libertarian Alliance, of which he was the first director. His activism also involved a highly successful period as director of the smokers’ rights organisation, FOREST. He died of bone cancer on 20th March 2006. Continue reading
Chris R. Tame, founder and first director of the Libertarian Alliance, died on 20th March 2006. This March, to mark the tenth anniversary of his death, we will be releasing three interviews he gave shortly before his death. Continue reading
Reposted from The Traditional Britain Group
The next ordinary meeting of the Traditional Britain Group will take place in central London on Friday, 11th March 2016. Our speaker will be Jacob Williams, founder of the Oxford magazine “No Offence”, a magazine banned by Oxford University Student Union for criticising abortion and defending the record of the British Empire. He is also involved with “Spiked” magazine.
by Sebastian Ortiz
The tenth annual gathering of the Property and Freedom Society took place in September this year.
The uncompromising, intellectual, radical elite of individuals from places as far apart(both culturally and geographically) as Bahrain to Hong Kong, Egypt to Costa Rica came together in one place to discuss the ideas of freedom, mock the politically correct culture of the state’s ruling class and enjoy each other’s company.
Here’s one for the left-libertarians…
And I understand our Director of Cultural Affairs, Professor Kersey, will be in attendance, along with Dr Andrew Linley, another Libertarian Alliance man. I won’t be there as I’ll be abroad – probably another reason it will be a nice event!