How Anarchism Can Solve Social Problems: Gary Chartier at Freedom Fest 2013YouTube
Aug. 12, 2013
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"Once states get a footing, they tend to crowd out alternatives," says philosopher and La Sierra University professor Gary Chartier, author most recently of Anarchy and Legal Order. "Also, I think they tend to colonize people, ideologically."
Reason Magazine's Matt Welch caught up with Chartier at this year's Freedom Fest to discuss his extensive writings on anarchy and left-libertarianism.
Held each July in Las Vegas, Freedom Fest is attended by around 2,000 limited-government enthusiasts and libertarians. ReasonTV spoke with over two dozen speakers and attendees and will be releasing interviews over the coming weeks.
About 4 minutes.
Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Camera by Paul Detrick and Oppenheimer.