Sell Liberty like Don Draper By Joseph S. Diedrich


We all want to sell liberty, but it’s no walk in the park. I don’t care if you’re twelve, twenty-two, or sixty-five. I don’t care if you’re a professor, a plumber, or a photographer. I don’t care how many treatises you’ve read, how many conferences you’ve attended, or how many Adderall you had for breakfast. Sharing your ideas about liberty is difficult.

You struggle to effectively discuss and write about liberty in ways that inform and impassion others. Yet you know the effort is ultimately worth it, for liberty fights for peace, unleashes creativity, and impoverishes suffering. So then, how can you communicate better and share liberty with more efficacy? Read this guide to learn how you can sell liberty like Don Draper.

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  • Michael Magan

    Sell Liberty like Don Draper Discussion

    Kick off the discussion in Joseph Diedrich’s upcoming guide, Sell Liberty Like Don Draper! Questions, comments, observations or elaborations? Either reply here or create a new discussion using the tag Guide_sell-liberty-like-don-draper.

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  • Frank Maruschak

    Knowing what Libritarian means

    If one individual doesn’t have a manifesto, constitution or some form of documentation showing his/her views on what “Liberty” means to that individual, how does another individual, group of individuals, or community know how to treat this individual without “violating” his/her “Liberties”  Are any of you willing to “assume” that everyone has not only the same definition for Libertarian, but also the same meaning for that definition?

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  • Account deleted

    Being highly effective Discuss, compare, contrast.

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