Harvard Libertarian Club

Purpose Statement

The Harvard Libertarian Forum promotes the philosophy of liberty: free people, free markets, and free academy. By concentrating on ideas like the non-aggression principle and the sanctity of the individual, we explore what liberty means in social, economic, and political contexts. Our group organizes and attends events both on and off campus, and we also have intellectual discussions, debates, and reading groups centered around philosophy and economic theory. Ranging from classical liberals to Objectivists to anarchists, members of all ideologies that support individual freedoms are welcome. We provide reading materials for members to grow their knowledge of liberty as well as information on career opportunities and internships related to these ideas. If you're sick of a two-party duopoly on ideas, our organization is a good place to start.

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