Liberty, Public Policy, and the Blogosphere
This experimental program explored the role of the blogosphere in discussion about ideas of liberty today. We gathered a group of people working in like-minded/policy-oriented institutions, some of whom are active bloggers, and many of whom are not. We explored what is happening in the blogosphere today among people interested in ideas about liberty.
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