Sarah Skwire expounds the different ways in which individuals approach to libertarian philosophy and how this provides a peculiar perspective in understanding economics. She mentions remarkable writers like Charles J. Dickens and William Shakespeare to point out the relationship between their work and the fundamental ideas of free markets. Skwire shares her experience in the libertarian movement, and narrates the importance of reading and exploring new materials in order to make stronger our sense of criticism. Before the end of the conference, she yields the floor to Surse Pierpoint to read Pablo Neruda's claim for peace; after that, she invites the assistants to take action in making literature the path to freedom.
Sarah Skwire is a fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. She’s work…
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