Property Rights Gone Wild!
by Timothy Sandefur
I returned yesterday from a wonderful trip to St. Pete Beach, Florida, where I spoke at the Cato Institute’s Cato University conference, Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st Century America. The conference was centered around my new book of the same title, and featured Tom G. Palmer, Roger Pilon, Andrew Morriss, and other fine Cato scholars discussing various aspects of property rights. It’s great to see that not only are property rights an essential component of human flourishing, they’re also sexy!
(The Cato Institute's Anastasia Uglova, Gabriela Calderon, and Jessie Creel pose in Cornerstone of Liberty T-shirts)
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