Articles by Stephen Davies
We should never take the victories of previous generations of liberals for granted. Free movement is one of those.
You do not want the government to have an economic policy, even a free market one: you should want it to let people be.
Faced with this situation, individualist liberals have to walk a straight but narrow path. They should continue to uphold and articulate the individualist perspective on politics and society, clearly and simply, while also pursuing the intellectual agenda of exploring those insights and applying them to the contemporary world.