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Bill Frezza‎ 20 de enero de 2014  | Liberalism

  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
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  • 00:09    |    
    Career experience
  • 01:07    |    
    Biggest lesson: people learn through narrative
  • 01:59    |    
    Favorite narrative for communicating liberty
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    Need to simplify
  • 06:58    |    
    His own transition
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    Tribalism and the left
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    Religion, spirituality, and theory of the family
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    Technology as a tool for community
  • 15:15    |    
    What does the world look like in 2075?
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  • 17:21    |    
    Final credits

Communicating Liberalism

Entrepreneur and radio personality Bill Frezza believes that people who want to promote liberty need to do a better job communicating. He says the biggest lesson he has learned is that people learn through narrative, not through facts and figures. Bill emphasizes that human beings are social creatures and that tribalism, religion, and spirituality should be recognized as important and powerful. Finally, he discusses how technology can be used as an effective tool for building community.

This video has been made possible thanks to support from the John Templeton Foundation, Global Philanthropic Trust, and the Earhart Foundation.

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