Next Free People, Free Markets Class: Sign Up Before It’s Too Late

Coloradans: Have you always wanted to learn more about the history, the moral philosophy, and the sound economic principles that undergird our liberty through free-market capitalism? Then you’ll want to sign up for the next edition of the Free People, Free Markets class, which starts this Saturday, February 16. It’s not too late to sign up.

From the Independence Institute website:

You have a strong love of freedom. It’s a natural part of being human. But too few people were taught the fundamentals of a free society. We have a wonderful seminar to offer you. It pulls together the basic principles of liberty and a free market, showing you that these cohesive fundamentals allow society to work well,and to honor the individual. The course material springs from the great thinkers and achievers who shaped America. It is designed for business and community leaders and the general public, and it is also available for college credit.

The course makes the moral and philosophic case for free-market capitalism. It will be more than worth your time.

Classes meet once a week for five weeks, and the course costs only $75. A scholarship for one course registration is available.

For more information contact Penn Pfiffner at 303-233-7731 or email Penn Pfiffner.

Sign Up Today!

I personally recommend this course to business and community leaders, professional educators, homeschoolers, political activists, and anyone seeking to be a better-informed, better-enriched citizen. Please give the class some serious consideration – if you decide to take it, I think you’ll be glad you did.

There’s something in the course for nearly everyone, from the uninitiated to the well-versed. Years ago, I was privileged to receive a Hillsdale College liberal arts education in American history, political science, and free market economics, but I appreciated the refresher provided through the excellent reading material and discussions.

I could keep writing, but what are you waiting for?


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