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It’s Black Friday at Liberty Classroom!

So you know a student who could use a lifeline to sane professors.

Or a liberty lover who craves the truth about history and economics.

Maybe that person is you.

Then you won’t find a better gift, for them or for yourself, than LibertyClassroom.com.

At LibertyClassroom.com, one subscription gets you access to eleven courses – and we add more every year. Imagine learning the real thing in courses like these:

  • Constitutional History of the U.S.
  • U.S. History to 1877
  • U.S. History Since 1877
  • Austrian Economics: Step by Step
  • Introduction to Logic
  • John Maynard Keynes: His System and Its Fallacies
  • Western Civilization to 1500
  • Western Civilization Since 1500
  • What’s Wrong With Textbook Economics?
  • Freedom’s Progress: The History of Political Thought, Part I
  • The American Revolution: A Constitutional Conflict

Every course is available for download at your convenience, in both video and audio according to your preference. You’ll also find recommended readings, Q&A forums where you can get your questions answered by the experts, and a monthly live Q&A session where faculty take your questions in real time.

Our twelfth course, coming in two weeks, is on the history of political thought — it’s part two of “Freedom’s Progress,” and it’s taught by the great Gerard Casey of University College, Dublin.

Normally, a subscription costs $99 — barely half the price of a single credit hour at a community college, and an outright steal for eleven courses.

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Get Your Western Civ Questions Answered Tonight!

Our next live Q&A session is tonight, October 28, at 9:00pm ET, for one hour. Joining me will be Professor Jason Jewell, who teaches our courses on Western civilization. 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 eleven on-demand courses. Click here to browse what we have to offer.

If you wish you knew economics and history more solidly, but don’t have the time and don’t know which sources to consult, Liberty Classroom is for you. Become the person who wins debates, who wins converts, and above all, who is full of knowledge.

Now’s a great time to join: to celebrate the release of our latest course, “What’s Wrong with Textbook Economics,” we’re offering 50% off a year’s subscription. That’s 50% off for all our courses (with more to come), plus discussion forums with faculty, live Q&A sessions, recommended readings, and more. Use coupon code AUSTRIAN (in all caps). Join us today!

Faculty Ambush

Faculty Ambush

New Liberty Classroom subscriber Eric Durtche emailed the website a week ago about the Real Dissent giveaway promotion and quickly received a personal response from Dr. Woods.  He then tweeted, “I emailed http://libertyclassroom.com  and got a personal reply from @ThomasEWoods. Classy guy. Never deleting! Lol.”

I took the personal touch a step further.  Eric lives nearby (we don’t know each other), so I ambushed him today at his house with a signed copy of my Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution.

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Join Liberty Classroom, get educated, and maybe get ambushed by one of the faculty with a free book.  Who can beat that?

TODAY ONLY! Free Signed Copy of Tom’s Real Dissent

This offer is good today (November 5, 2014) only: subscribe to Liberty Classroom – where we have 11 courses in history, economics, and philosophy that you can download at your leisure, plus Q&A forums, recommended readings, live sessions and more — and get a free signed copy of the new book by Tom Woods: Real Dissent: A Libertarian Sets Fire to the Index Card of Allowable Opinion.

Once you sign up, just drop us a line with your mailing address and we’ll ship the book to you!

Click here to find out more about Liberty Classroom, and to join us!

We’re Taking on Keynesian Myths Tonight, LIVE!

Our next live Q&A session is tonight, October 28, at 9:00pm ET, for one hour. Joining me will be Professor Jeff Herbener, whose brand new course dissecting a Keynesian textbook you guys have been downloading all month. 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 eleven on-demand courses. Click here to browse what we have to offer.

If you wish you knew economics and history more solidly, but don’t have the time and don’t know which sources to consult, Liberty Classroom is for you. Become the person who wins debates, who wins converts, and above all, who is full of knowledge.

Now’s a great time to join: to celebrate the release of our latest course, “What’s Wrong with Textbook Economics,” taught by Professor Herbener, we’re offering 50% off a year’s subscription. That’s 50% off for all our courses (with more to come), plus discussion forums with faculty, live Q&A sessions, recommended readings, and more. Use coupon code AUSTRIAN (in all caps). Join us today!

What our members are saying

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

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

- Kenn Williamson

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