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Sunday, January 27, 2008
Vancouver Libertarian Supper Club event notice
Michael Cust on the foundations of property...
When: Saturday, February 2, 2008 at 6:00 PM
Speaker: Michael Cust (MA candidate in Political Science, University of Waterloo)
Topic: The foundations of property: comparing Hobbes, Locke & Rousseau
(This topic is Cust's MA thesis to be completed Summer 2008. This thesis is being written under the direction of Canada's foremost libertarian philosopher, Jan Narveson, author of The Libertarian Idea.)
Cust is presently an intern at the Fraser Institute in Vancouver. He is a veteran of many political campaigns including Stockwell Day's campaign for leadership of the Canadian Alliance and Marc Emery's BC Marijuana Party provincial election in 2001.
He is the author of essays including Block the Extradition of a Hero for Liberty, The Politics of South Park, and Canada’s Stake in the Security and Prosperity Partnership.
Where: Cheers Restaurant, 125 E. 2nd Street (at Lonsdale), North Vancouver
Cost: $2 to the club and then order from the menu. (The buffet is just under $20)
RSVP required: Please let me know if you are coming by replying to this announcement ([email protected]). (Cheers wants to know how many will be there.) Please feel free to distribute this announcement to those you think will be interested in this fine talk.
PS: A popular topic of dinner conversation will undoubtedly be whether the Ron Paul campaign will be helpful for libertarianism.
Paul Geddes ([email protected])
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