Every election year Objectivists and friends of freedom must decide: “For whom should I vote, if anyone?” “To whom should I contribute?” “For whom should I campaign?”



In this webinar, presented on February 27. 2012, TAS Director of Advocacy Edward Hudgins offers a guide for making these choices.

The strength of candidates' declared adherence to principles of liberty is an important criteria but not the only one. Hear Hudgins’s criteria and his evaluation of the 2012 crop of presidential candidates, including Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum.

 Format: 30 minutes audio lecture and Q&A exchange with the participants. One hour total.

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Edward Hudgins

About The Author:

Edward Hudgins is the former director of advocacy for The Atlas Society, the author of numerous Atlas Society commentaries, and the editor of several books on politics and government policy. He is now research director for the Heartland Institute. He has also worked at the Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, and Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

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