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Did you make any libertarian resolutions for the New Year?

Activists need strategies and tactics

We’re building our libertarian tactics to start the New Year. What are your plans? Retweet

We all lead lives of many parts. Libertarian activism is one of those parts for most followers of the Zero Aggression Project. Activism implies action, and action assumes a goal. A goal assumes a strategy, and tactics to execute that strategy.

Our strategies and tactics are prone to change with experience, and the New Year is a time when many people try to change approaches in many parts of their lives. So…

What should we resolve to do as libertarians in the coming year?

We’re building a collection of our own approaches in the Voluntaryist Strategies & Tactics section of our Mental Levers. Remember, a Mental Lever is a mini-article that presents libertarian ideas in bite-size chunks. Our strategic and tactical Levers are based on more than half a century of professional libertarian work. The collection so-far includes…

Today we add a new Mental Lever to the collection, titled…

Can a voluntaryist be a gradualist?

This mini-article introduces Fabian libertarianism, what it is, how it might work, and what the potential pitfalls are. Check it out on our website and then leave your comments.

ZAP The State and have a nice day!

Jim Babka & Perry Willis
Co-creators, Zero Aggression Project

By: Perry Willis

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