Free Association #11 — Guns in Utopia With Lucy Steigerwald and Sheldon Richman

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Sheldon Richman and Lucy Steigerwald understand liberty like Steve Irwin understood crocodiles. They’re masters, plain and simple.

This week, we turn to realism, utopianism, and guns.

Check out Sheldon’s article on the tragic Umpqua Community College shootings.

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