Marketing Free Cities as a Mainstream Solution to Global Poverty

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  • Initial credits
  • Introduction
  • Marketing and sales for free market
  • Mainstream liberal establishment
  • Anarcho-capitalist paradise
  • Moral and intellectual high ground of liberalism
  • Chicago economists
  • Importance of capitalism to the industrialized world
  • Global development issues
  • Michael Strong's background and projects
  • Causes of poverty in China
  • Improvement of legal institutions in Dubai
  • Secessionism in the world
  • Wealthy nation-states' appeal
  • Economic freedom and violence reports
  • Solutions to global poverty
  • Free cities movement
  • Final words
  • Final credits
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Many social scientists and intellectuals around the world have always wondered what the solutions for poverty are and which strategies are needed to achieve the long needed development. Michael Strong explains the roots of this social problem and suggests that the solution lies in free cities, based on liberal principles and anarcho-capitalism. He demonstrates how cities with improved legal institutions in the globe have achieved much greater levels of life for their citizens. In order to establish these types of free societies, Strong emphasizes on the importance of marketing, sales and entrepreneurship. 

 
 
 



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Marketing Free Cities as a Mainstream Solution to Global Poverty
Michael Strong

Roatán, Honduras
Honduras, April 3, 2011

New Media - UFM production.  Guatemala, April 2011
Camera: Mario Estrada; digital editing: Claudia de Obregón; index and synopsis: Sergio Bustamante; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Claudia de Obregón, Sofía Díaz


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Michael Strong

Michael Strong
Michael Strong is Chief Visionary Officer of Freedom Lights Our World (FLOW). He also serves on the board of The Seasteading Institute and the advisory boards of the Lifeboat Foundation, Trilinc Global and Moorfield Storey Institute.

Strong is lead author of Be the Solution: How Entrepreneurs and Conscious Capitalists Can Solve All the World’s Problems -- coauthored with John Mackey, Muhammad Yunus, Hernando de Soto, and others.

He is currently working on the entrepreneurial creation of legal systems based on his 2009 article "The Legal Autonomy of the Dubai International Financial Centre: A Scalable Strategy for Global Free Market Reforms" and his blog posts at "Let a Thousand Nations Bloom."

Previously, Strong worked in education and independent learning; he is author of The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice, founder of innovative Socratic, Montessori, and Paideia schools and programs in Alaska, Florida, California, Texas, and New Mexico.

Strong holds a MA in Social Thought from the University of Chicago and a BA in Liberal Arts from St. John's College (Santa Fe).

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Last update: 06/04/2011

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