Thursday, September 8, 2011

New Section on

Back in June, I wrote a post about Carl Watner's desire to collect stories from fellow voluntaryists describing their individual paths to liberty.

The response was large enough for Carl to create a dedicated page to the topic which he's titled "How I Became A Voluntaryist." A couple of the stories are from past issues of The Voluntaryist and many of them are new.

If you click on the link, you will see the stories of some people you've probably heard about in some way, or maybe someone you know personally. You'll also see stories and snippets from people you may not know. I found all of them to be interesting.

I think this can be a great resource to share. Who knows, maybe a reader will relate or understand the ideas of voluntaryism in a way that didn't occur to him or her before reading the real-life personal experience of another individual.

So feel free to spread the link around to those you think may be interested. A big thank you from Carl and I to all of you who participated. And for those who haven't, it's never too late.


Kent McManigal said...

Nice! I seem to know some of those people!

MamaLiberty said...

Sorry, I did mean to write something for this... is it too late? :)

Debbie H. said...

Go ahead and send yours in Mama!

MamaLiberty said...

I'll get right to it. The hard part is going to be keeping it from becoming the size of an unabridged dictionary. :)