Liberty Definedby Ron Paul
Political Philosophyby Will Herberg
Kant's "Toward Lasting Peace"by Immanuel Kant
Mill's On Libertyby John Stuart Mill
The Yaron Brook Show Podcastby Yaron Brook
New Books in Political Science Podcastby Marshall Poe
History of Liberalism Podcast
Plato's most popular dialogue, The Republic, argues for social justice by subjecting the individual to complete state control.
Cunning, instructive, and amoral, this controversial bestseller distills 3,000 years of the history of power into 48 well-explicated laws.
Written in 1513 to the Medici family, Machiavelli's work is known primarily for its ruthless advice and shocking lack of morality.
LearnOutLoud.com is proud to present this audio collection entitled The Founding Documents of the United States of America. These documents represent key points in the founding of the U.S. government.
The world is comprised of regions—this basic contention, as old as Western civilization, is at once commonsensical and problematic.
Undoubtedly one of the most influential writings of all time, the Communist Manifesto divided the globe for almost a century.
When raised to the level of art, seduction, an indirect and subtle form of power...
One of the leading liberal thinkers in 17th century England, Locke's ideas were drawn on heavily by Thomas Jefferson when writing the Declaration of Independence.
The American Revolution entailed some remarkable transformations--converting British colonists into American revolutionaries, and a cluster of colonies into a confederation of states with a common cause--but it was far more complex and enduring then the fighting of a war.
These four dialogues present the trial, the imprisonment, and the execution of Socrates who his friend Phaedo said was “the wisest, best, and most righteous person I have ever known.”