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Offers the complete text of important works such as von Mises' Socialism, Bastiat's Economic Sophisms, Humes' Essays, Mills' Principles of Political Economy, Smith's Wealth of Nations, and many others, as well as classic and serious contemporary essays.
The Hayek Center for Multidisciplinary Research is the best resource we've found for information about Freidrich Hayek and his work, but that's the tip of the iceberg. Hundreds of articles and links highlight other work that is inspired by Hayek and his principles.
Thousands of well-organized articles, discussion groups and more to satisfy the most voracious appetites for freedom-supporting information.
The perennial early-summer smog alerts and their attendant clamour for more environmental controls reminds of the need for the Science and Environmental Policy Project, a fine resource for science-based information about global warming and other fashionable causes of the day.
Jim Kalb's essays are among our favourites in the conservative forum org collection. His growing web site offers those we publish as well as others, plenty of stimulating links, and a new user-interactive forum.
The venerable Hoover promotes individual, economic, and political freedom, private enterprise, peace, and representative government. Its Stanford-based Web site offers a large collection of thoughtful essays and articles, and helps to fulfill Herbert Hoover's hope that the Institution would "constantly and dynamically point the road" to its goals.
Not just a fine monument to von Mises - though it is that - but also lots of great new work based on von Mises' teachings and ideas.
Many people revere Thomas Jefferson as the father of modern democracy, and one of its most eloquent architects and defenders. Almost 175 years after his death, his ideas are as important as ever, and this excellent site is the best resource on the Web for quotations from his writings.
Focusing on the important connections between public policy, culture, moral discourse and religious belief. The Centre produces discussion papers, forums and lectures on key issues affecting Canadian public policy and culture.
Promoting the principles of limited government, individual liberty, and peace, Cato is a world-leading libertarian policy development organization. Its Web site is a vast resource of articles, policy papers, news, and links to even more information.
The busiest American site for conservatives, Townhall.com offers news and commentary of its own. It is also an umbrella under which dozens of other organizations, some large, some small, most interesting, are gathered.
Probably Canada's premier think-tank, the C.D. Howe has been publishing reasoned analysis and real-world solutions to economic and social problems for over 25 years. The Web site offers many of its research papers and an opportunity to order the others.
A fine and voluminous site offering news, commentary, and essays from the libertarian point of view. Fill up your coffee before you click - Reason is good for hours of interesting browsing through commentary on most of the major issues of today.
Canada's best organization for the defence of political & economic freedom. Independent of all parties and governments, it mounts citizen-driven campaigns to preserve what's right. Site includes lots of information about their efforts, and a join-up form.
Matt Drudge's collection of links to news and columns everywhere is one of the most popular political sites on the Web. Real-time radio broadcasts & archives of his own radio show and columns provide a great place to get the pulse of American politics.
Solid conservative thinking from Britain. Look for lectures by Margaret Thatcher, John O'Sullivan, and others. The CPS was influential in the rise of conservatism in England, and remains vital today as it challenges Britain's careening Labour government.
Of the many institutions promoting liberty, Acton supports the premise that a truly free society must include widespread individual virtue and morality based on the values incorporated in religion. Thoughtful articles and conservative news.
Web site for an excellent magazine which has unfortunately ceased publication. The Web site remains (for now!) and offers the full text of many of its outstanding essays on our society and our political scene.
The Institute's publication Discourse is excerpted on-line, providing ideas founded on Hayekian principles on a range of issues, especially education issues.
One of the best e-journals on the Web, proving that Sudbury, Ontario, can produce something more precious than nickel. The site's articles are wide-ranging within the paradigm of rational conservatism, and links are carefully selected and interesting.
Includes a library of solid articles and publications about the shortcomings of public education systems and how to fix them. Offers information on testing, teacher certification & standards, accountability measures, and much more.
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