Liberty Matters Online Forum
Our Liberty Matters feature is devoted to the discussion of ideas about liberty. We ask leading scholars and invited guest commenters for their thoughts on the ways in which OLL authors have defended individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace over the centuries.
Each issue will begin with a Lead Essay written by a scholar in the field to which other scholars will respond in shorter essays, critiques, and comments. The Response Essays will be posted a week later and then the authors will be able to reply to each other’s posts in the weeks that follow.
Liberty Matters: A Forum for the Discussion of Matters pertaining to Liberty (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2013).
The copyright to this edition, in both print and electronic forms, is held by Liberty Fund, Inc.
Members of this set:
- The Collected Liberty Matters Nos. 1-10
- The Collected Liberty Matters Forums for 2015: Nos. 13-19
- David M. Hart, “Classical Liberalism and the Problem of Class” (Nov. 2016)
- Liberty Matters: John Locke on Property (January, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: James Buchanan: An Assessment (March, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: Gustave de Molinari’s Legacy for Liberty (May, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: Bastiat and Political Economy (July, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: Smith and The System of Liberty (September, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: Arthur Seldon and the IEA (November, 2013)
- Liberty Matters: Ludwig von Mises’s The Theory of Money and Credit at 101 (January, 2014)
- Liberty Matters: Hugo Grotius on War and the State (March 2014)
- Liberty Matters: Tocqueville’s New Science of Politics Revisited (May 2014)
- Liberty Matters: Deirdre McCloskey and Economists’ Ideas about Ideas (July, 2014)
- Liberty Matters: James Mill on Liberty and Governance (Sept. 2014)
- Liberty Matters: Herbert Spencer's Sociology of the State (Nov. 2014)
- Liberty Matters: Richard Cobden: Ideas and Strategies in Organizing the Free-Trade Movement in Britain (Jan. 2015)
- Liberty Matters: On the Spread of Classical Liberal Ideas (March, 2015)
- Liberty Matters: Assessing Böhm-Bawerk’s Contribution to Economics after a Hundred Years (April, 2015)
- Liberty Matters: Magna Carta after 800 Years: From liber homo to modern freedom (May, 2015)
- Liberty Matters: Reassessing the Political Economy of John Stuart Mill (July 2015)
- Liberty Matters: Anthony de Jasay and the Political Economy of the State (Sept. 2015)
- Liberty Matters: Montesquieu on Liberty and Sumptuary Law (Nov. 2015)
- Liberty Matters: The Significance of Lysander Spooner (Jan. 2016)
- Liberty Matters: Ludwig von Mises and the Theory of Interventionism (March, 2016)
- Liberty Matters: Rationalism, Pluralism, and the History of Liberal Ideas (May 2016)
- Liberty Matters: Israel M. Kirzner and the Entrepreneurial Market Process (March 2017)
- Liberty Matters: Germaine de Staël, Fanaticism, and the Spirit of Party (March 2019)