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Free Sample from Our Latest Course!

In lecture one of our brand new course, “The History of Conservatism and Libertarianism,” Professor Jason Jewell sets the stage for what’s to come. In the process, he discusses a recent debate between two of our own faculty over whether Thomas Jefferson was a conservative, in order to show how challenging the idea of conservatism can be to nail down. Very interesting material!

Plus, to celebrate the release of our new course, get a FREE signed, personalized book by me, Tom Woods, when you join in by June 30! Choose from The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, Nullification, Rollback, 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, or my latest, Real Dissent. Join us, and then visit our Contact page to let us know which book you’d like, and to send along your mailing address. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.)

Almost Nobody Knows the History of Conservatism and Libertarianism, But You Will

People argue incessantly over who’s a “real conservative” or a “real libertarian.” That’s partly because they know so little about the true history and content of these ideas.

We’re trying to fix that!

I’m delighted to announce our latest course — our 13th! — here at Liberty Classroom: The History of Conservatism and Libertarianism, already being downloaded by our members. Check out the lecture titles for yourself:

  1. Definitions and Foundations
  2. Roots of Conservatism (18th-century Britain)
  3. Roots of Libertarianism (18th-century Britain & France)
  4. Roots of Conservatism and Libertarianism (America)
  5. Continental Conservatism and Liberalism, 1800-1848
  6. British Conservatism, 1800-1848
  7. British Liberalism, 1800-1848
  8. Southern Conservatives and Liberals, 1800-1860
  9. Northern Conservatives and Liberals, 1800-1860
  10. Continental Conservatives and Liberals, 1848-1914
  11. British Conservatism, 1848-1914
  12. British Liberalism, 1848-1914
  13. American Conservatives and Liberals, 1860-1914
  14. Distributists and Southern Agrarians
  15. New Humanists
  16. Nock and Mencken
  17. Anglo-American Politics to Churchill
  18. Literary Conservatives: Dawson, Eliot, and the Inklings
  19. Libertarian Foundations I
  20. Libertarian Foundations II
  21. American Postwar Traditionalists
  22. Anticommunism and McCarthy
  23. William F. Buckley and National Review
  24. Straussians and Neoconservatives
  25. Murray Rothbard and the Libertarian Party
  26. The “Religious Right”
  27. The Thatcher and Reagan Revolutions
  28. The Paleos
  29. The Ron Paul Presidential Campaigns
  30. Current Issues in Conservatism and Libertarianism

We have a dozen other courses as compelling as this one, and you get them all when you join us.

Wouldn’t it be great to have a command of the history, economics, and philosophy that liberty’s best debaters seem to know like the back of their hand?

But you have no time, you think, and wouldn’t know where to start.

Liberty Classroom is the answer.

You want a command of history, economics, and related fields. You want to be able to reply to common objections. You want to spread the message of liberty to family, friends, and beyond. And you want to do it without cutting into what little free time you have.

With Liberty Classroom you can learn on the go, with the liberty movement’s top experts.

Want to learn real U.S. history? We have four courses on that. Austrian (free-market) economics? We’ve got that, too — plus, a chapter-by-chapter Austrian critique of the most popular economics textbook on the market.

Every month, too, you can join us live to ask your questions. When we’re not live, ask our faculty whatever you like in our discussion forums. And if you want to know what to read about some topic, we’ve taken the guesswork out of figuring out which sources are reliable. We provide reading suggestions for everything we cover.

If you believe in liberty, you owe it to yourself to be as knowledgeable as you can. And since you also have a life, you should learn this stuff with the least possible exertion.

Plus, to celebrate the release of our new course, get a FREE signed, personalized book by me, Tom Woods, when you join in June 2015! Choose from The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, Nullification, Rollback, 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, or my latest, Real Dissent. Join us, and then visit our Contact page to let us know which book you’d like, and to send along your mailing address. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.)

(Know someone who would benefit from a subscription to the site? Buy a gift subscription!)

Give yourself that gift of knowledge and join us right now!

One Day Only: Free Signed, Personalized Book with LC Subscription!

Wouldn’t it be great to have a command of the history, economics, and philosophy that liberty’s best debaters seem to know like the back of their hand?

But you have no time, you think, and wouldn’t know where to start.

Liberty Classroom is the answer.

Now you can learn on the go, with the liberty movement’s top experts, in a dozen courses (with more to come; Bob Murphy and Brad Birzer join the faculty this year)! One low fee gets you everything we have.

Want to learn real U.S. history? We have four courses on that. Austrian (free-market) economics? We’ve got that, too — plus, a chapter-by-chapter Austrian critique of the most popular economics textbook on the market.

Every month, too, you can join us live to ask your questions. When we’re not live, ask our faculty whatever you like in our discussion forums. And if you want to know what to read about some topic, we’ve taken the guesswork out of figuring out which sources are reliable. We provide reading suggestions for everything we cover.

If you believe in liberty, you owe it to yourself to be as knowledgeable as you can. And since you also have a life, you should learn this stuff with the least possible exertion.

Plus, today only, get a FREE signed, personalized book by me, Tom Woods, when you join! Choose from The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, Nullification, Rollback, 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, or my latest, Real Dissent. Join us, and then visit our Contact page to let us know which book you’d like, and to send along your mailing address. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.)

(Know someone who would benefit from a subscription to the site? Buy a gift subscription!)

This offer is good today only, so give yourself that gift of knowledge and join us right now!

TONIGHT: Ask an Austrian Economist Anything, Live!

Our next live Q&A session is tonight! Jeff Herbener, who teaches two courses in Austrian economics for us, will join us for a full hour, beginning at 9:00pm Eastern Time, to take your questions in real time.

Sure, you can always watch the recording, but it’s vastly better to attend live, and be part of the event. Bring your questions or just come and watch!

To join, sign in to your account around 9pm ET tonight, and then, once signed in, look for the “Live Sessions” link at the top of the home page. Or sign in and click here: http://www.libertyclassroom.com/live.

If you haven’t yet joined us, now’s a great time: we have twelve courses you can watch (or listen to) at your convenience, plus Q&A forums, these monthly live sessions, and more. Click here to find out all about it!

Bring Your Questions to Our Live History Q&A

Our next live Q&A session is tonight, December 15, at 9:00pm ET, for one hour. Joining me will be Kevin Gutzman and Brion McClanahan, our two other U.S. historians. Bring your questions or just come and watch!

To join the session, sign in to your account and then click the link to “Live Sessions” you’ll see at the top of the page. Or just sign in and click this link: http://www.libertyclassroom.com/live.

Our live sessions supplement our twelve on-demand courses. Click here to browse what we have to offer.

Now’s a great time to join: we’ve just added course number twelve, with more to come! Use coupon code FRIDAY (in all caps) for a special discount. Join us today!

What our members are saying

Liberty Classroom may end up being the best money I’ve ever spent.

- S.W.

I am incredibly impressed.

- J.W.

Wow! I have always been studious, yet I do not recall learning any of this as a child. I am loving the material.

- R.D.

I now even find myself constantly correcting my own textbooks. This resource is invaluable!

- J.L.

Tom Woods and company should have their heads examined for practically giving away college level lectures on real history.

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