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Our mission statement at the Free Cities Podcast is to produce a weekly podcast with examples of people moving towards freedom and away from force. Most of our episodes will consist of interviews with people who are actively involved in this peaceful transition, or historical examples of people who have moved towards a freer society. Decentralization is a huge component of moving people towards more freedom so, some of our episodes will look at the growing trend of decentralization in business and how flatter structures can result in better feedback and better products. Peaceful voluntary co-operation between individuals has been responsible for the enormous growth in human prosperity, and we believe that markets can and do provide services better than governments can. I hope you enjoy the podcasts and articles on this site. The purpose of the content is to demonstrate that voluntary co-operation between individuals is the best solution to problems. Please feel free to provide feedback and provide suggestions for future guests on the show.
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Now displaying: July, 2016
Jul 26, 2016

Preston Martin is on the show to discuss the recent conference in New Hampshire.

 

Links

http://www.startupsocieties.com/

 

Jul 18, 2016

Brian Ogstad comes on the show to discuss his latest project Amagi Productions. 

 

http://amagiproductions.org/

https://www.ascensionepoch.com/

https://volcomic.com/story-background/

Jul 4, 2016

What would the world be like if the state monopoly on security vanished? How would a completely private security and defense companies keep people safe and secure? Randy England is back on the show and we discuss how private security would work in theory, how it is currently working in our world today and historic examples of how private security (or no security) has worked for other societies.

Links:

Free is Beautiful (Randy's website)

War is a Racket

Lichtenstein Non Agression in Foreign Relations

Maritime Defense

Costa Rica

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