Last year I spoke at Glendale Community College about the Libertarian Party. I also handed out reading material and website lists.
On November 5, I received the following email from Vladimir:
"You may not remember me, but you once came to my class at GCC and espoused the ideas of libertarianism. I thought it was rather interesting, although a bit radical.
After you left, I decided to look into it a bit more and found out about Ron Paul, who was running as a Republican, but was really a libertarian. I really liked what I saw, and I have been sold on it ever since. I can say that your visit helped change my life.
Since then, I have delved much more into libertarianism, and have read many works by Mises, Rothbard, and others from the Austrian School. I first liked the ideas of classical liberalism, but as I read more, I converted to anarcho-capitalism.
And so, therefore, I would like to thank you for opening up my eyes to the wonderful world of anarcho-capitalism. If there are any cool activities that are happening in the So Cal area, keep me informed.
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