Many thanks to Geoffrey Neale, ex-Chairman of the U.S. Libertarian Party, for coming to meet us on January, 25th.
The third largest political party in the U.S., it was founded in 1971 as a response to the Vietnam War, conscription, and the end of the gold standard. After resigning as an LP Chairman, Geoff inspired the foundation of the International Alliance of Libertarian Parties. In 2016, he took part in Gary Johnson’s presidential campaign which became the most successful LP electoral campaign to date.
At King’s Arms, Geoff enjoyed discussing British and American politics over a pint — we did too!
The video of Professor Chandran Kukathas’ lecture “Libertarianism: A Sceptical Critique and a Marxist Reconstruction” (more information about the event) delivered on 26 February 2013 in Christ Church, Oxford is now available online.
If you would like to know what libertarianism is all about, have questions about it you always wanted to know answers to or simply disagree with libertarians and want to ask uncomfortable questions, come to Dr Stephen Davies’ talk in Oxford on 12 February 2012 at 7.00pm. This event is particularly suitable for PPE students. (Facebook event)
The video of David Friedman’s lecture on “Global Warming, Population and the Problem With Externality Arguments” (more information about the event) delivered yesterday in Oxford is now available online.