Plural Marriages; Post-Chavez Venezuela; Voice and Exit for a Non-Coercive World

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After last week’s article, which revealed the horrific side of many polygamous communities, Anne Wilde of Principle Voices joined us to defend polygamy. She claims that it can be a positive, voluntary lifestyle choice.

Hugo Chavez seems to be more famous now than when he was alive, and Helena Ball shared on The Stateless Man how his 13 years in power were “all a show.” She explains her experience with the despot and what the fallout is likely to bring.

Finally, Max Borders, editor of The Freeman and author of Superwealth, explains an event from this weekend in Austin, Texas—Voice and Exit. It featured speakers with “innovations in social entrepreneurship and radical community” for a “non-coercive world.”

This week, Rachel Mills of the Full Frontal Liberty podcast cohosted and did an excellent job. Do check out her work. Her latest episode, “Rachel Interviews Obama!” is brilliant.

Fergus Hodgson About Fergus Hodgson

Fergus Hodgson is an economic consultant, media executive, athlete, and traveler. He holds degrees in economics and political science from the United States and New Zealand, and he has lived in eight countries. Follow @FergHodgson.

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