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Friday, June 24 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Social Change Strategy Pluralism

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Sponsored by Students for Liberty.

Hayek's structure of production and his article "Intellectuals and Socialism" have inspired many libertarians in their efforts to model social change, particularly regarding the path by which ideas influence public policy.

Application of this model to social change theory has come under scrutiny by others who prefer to view technological advancement that undermines government regulation as more effective than policy change.

I will explore arguments for and against both of these perspectives and the implications for how you should view your own contribution to the advancement of a free society.

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Kyle Walker

Director of Academic Programs, Students For Liberty
Kyle Walker is the Director of Academic Programs at Students For Liberty. In this role he is responsible for curriculum and programs that train students to be more effective advocates for liberty. Kyle previously taught philosophy at the University of the District of Columbia, the Charles Koch Institute, and Georgia State University. He is a former Fulbright Fellow at the University of Vienna, during which he was converted to libertarianism... Read More →

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Students for Liberty

Students For Liberty is a rapidly growing network of pro-liberty students from all over the world. Our mission is to educate, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders of liberty. We are the largest libertarian student organization in the world. We accomplish this through a strategy of empowerment, identifying the top student leaders and training them to be agents of change in their communities. | | What began as a small meeting of... Read More →



Friday June 24, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
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