Student Radicals for Liberty: Unite in 2009!

Conferences, rallies, paid internships and more abound for college revolutionaries interested in real markets and real individual liberty. So, pass this along to such students and professors. For example, students seeking internships with Washington, DC-based, or state-focused, liberty-minded think tanks have until Jan. 31 to apply for the Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program. Said radicals should also attend the Second Annual International Students for Liberty Conference Feb. 20 — 22 in DC. Pictured here, the keynote speaker: 23-year old law student Yon Goicoechea, leader of the student movement in Venezuela that successfully prevented President Chávez’s regime from seizing broad dictatorial powers in December 2007. For his leadership, Goicoechea received the 2008 Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty, worth $500,000.

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