Libertarian tools, games, quizzes and links
Here's a whole bunch of useful games, tools and quizzes for you:
- A very short graphic introduction to the traditional one-dimensional Left-Right political spectrum, and a simple explanation of where it falls down.
- Another short political quiz to see where you are on the two-dimensional political spectrum -- and see where NZ's political parties site on that spectrum here.
- Here's a trading game to help you understand the benefits of trade and cooperation, and the somewhat non-intuitive concept of comparative advantage.
- How about The Seen and the Unseen Game, to help you understand Frederic Bastiat's 'Broken Window Fallacy.'
- Want to know what Bootleggers and Baptists have in common, and why they're often in league calling for bigger government? Then the Butcher of Philadelphia will be your bag.
- And last but not least, Head Rush offers an interactive story in which you choose the direction the story takes, revealing your view of government.
- A World Connected, a website celebrating and explaining globalisation, prosperity and human freedom.
- aBetterEarth.org, an 'alternative environmental' site in which common sense is highly prized.
- A great series of audio introductions to libertarianism and economics by Robert Heinlein's ebullient friend Robert le Fevre.
- More of the same from the Mises Institute: Mises Radio! Literally hours of world-class audio lectures on economics and liberty, online and totally free!