Google videos of several of the speeches at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society--a international society for the promotion of radical “Austro-Libertarianism,” founded in 2006 as an alternative to the now watered-down and neo-liberal Mont Pelerin Society by the pre-eminent libertarian philosopher and Austrian economist of our time, Hans-Hermann Hoppe--are now available, as are several of the papers delivered, including:
- Hans-Hermann Hoppe, "Reflections on the Origin and the Stability of the State"
- Peter Brimelow, "'Immigration Is The Viagra Of The State'—A Libertarian Case Against Immigration"
- Sean Gabb, "Market Behaviour in the Ancient World: An Overview of the Debate"
- Justin Raimondo, "Libertarianism’s Divergent Roads," Taki's Magazine, June 11, 2008 (based on Raimondo's PFS speech, "Ron Paul and the Prospects of Paleo-Libertarianism in the U.S.").