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Announcing ‘Igniting Liberty: Voices For Freedom Around The World’




242 years ago on this day, the founders of the United States signed the Declaration of Independence, announcing to the rest of the world that the time for freedom had come. Today, in their memory, we are officially announcing the upcoming book Igniting Liberty: Voices for Freedom Around the World, which will be the first of many of Being Libertarian’s publications. We, too, hope to further liberty’s cause with a revolution of our own — a revolution not of muskets and bayonets, but of ideas.

Igniting Liberty will be the modern-day shot heard around the world. It is a collection of essays by collaborators from four continents, defending freedom for all reasons, in all sectors, and for all people. We have medical workers championing individual choice in healthcare, economists validating the free market, and voices from around the globe discussing the respective histories of their homelands.

This book is a must-have manifesto for the advocates of liberty, and a great gift for those not yet acquainted. With compelling language, expertise and evidence, Igniting Liberty can turn even the greatest skeptic into a believer.

Follow Igniting Liberty and Being Libertarian on Facebook for updates on the book’s publication and exclusive sneak-peaks.

Whether you know it or not, somewhere deep inside you too hear freedom’s call. Help us kindle her flames, so that liberty’s pyre may burn bright and ward away the darkness of tyranny. Only together can we ignite liberty.

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Adam Barsouk

Adam Barsouk is a student of medicine and health policy at Jefferson Medical College and a cancer researcher at the University of Pittsburgh. His family’s escape from the Soviet Union, and his experiences in the lab and the clinic, have inspired him to restore liberty to healthcare and the other depraved sectors of American life.




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