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In this episode Caleb O. Brown reads John L. O’Sullivan’s “The Great Nation of Futurity.”
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This episode features a remastered recording of Dwight D. Eisenhower’s 1961 farewell address.
In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads Lysander Spooner’s 1858 essay “To the Non-Slaveholders of the South.”
In this episode, Caleb O. Brown reads the Loco-Foco Declaration of Principles.
This episode features selections from Richard Cobden’s writings and speeches on the freedom of commerce after his election to Parliament in 1841.
This episode features excerpts from Benjamin Tucker’s 1890 speech on the parasitic and inherently agressive nature of the state.
In this episode of Classics of Liberty, Caleb O. Brown reads selections from Henry David Thoreau’s subversive essay Civil Disobedience.
This episode features two selections from both The Theory of Moral Sentiments and The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith.
In this episode of Classics of Liberty, Caleb O. Brown reads the iconic speech “What to a slave is the Fourth of July?” by Frederick Douglass.