Liberty Fund web resources are designed to further Liberty Fund’s educational activities. They include classic works in the tradition of limited government, as well as lively current discussions of how classical-liberal principles apply in today’s world.

OLL | The Online Library of Liberty provides hundreds of titles about individual liberty, limited constitutional government, and the free market that are free of charge. Liberty Matters, the latest addition to the OLL, is an online discussion forum among liberty's leading scholars.

Econlib | The Library of Economics and Liberty contains classic economics books, an online encyclopedia of economics (CEE), articles discussing current economics topics, a moderated blog (EconLog) where economics issues are discussed, and a collection of podcasts (EconTalk).

Law & Liberty | The Library of Law and Liberty focuses on the content, status, and development of law in the context of republican and limited government and the ways that liberty and law mutually reinforce the other. Law & Liberty considers a range of foundational and contemporary legal issues, legal philosophy, and pedagogy.

AdamSmithWorks features content centered around the works and ideas of the moral philosopher and founder of economics, Adam Smith. Resources include digital versions of his major works, scholarly essays, videos, and an interactive pin factory.

This site uses local and third-party cookies to maintain your shopping cart and to analyze traffic. If you want to know more, click here. By closing this banner or clicking any link in this page, you agree with this practice.