Promoting the FSP at Libraries
This is simple. Go to a library. It may be your local library, a college library, something else or all of them
Get a bunch of FSP bookmarks ( http://www.freestateproject.org/store
) or flyers ( http://www.freestateproject.org/volunteer/downloads
Perhaps bring a list of keywords and authors names to the library. Use the catalog at the library (or you can usually do this at your home computer) to look up the call numbers for the keywords and authors. Write the call numbers next to the words on the list. Go to the call letters on the list. Enhance the books by inserting a bookmark in the middle of the books. Look around quickly, there may be books people interested in freedom would like to read right next to the books you are enhancing.
Here is a sample list that has been used at libraries in Burlington and South Burlington, VT.
Library search terms:
keyword- drugs, libertarian, freedom, liberty, economics, American Revolution,
Ayn Rand, Thomas Jefferson, Howard Stern, Jesse Ventura, John Stossel, Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, Neal Boortz, P. J. O'Rourke, Milton Friedman, Dave Ramsey, Dave Barry, Thomas E. Woods, Mahatma Gandhi, George Orwell, F. Paul Wilson, Robert A. Heinlein
Most books found based on the above list may be on freedom, liberty, American Revolution, Thomas Jefferson, Dave Barry, Mahatma Gandhi and F. Paul Wilson but your mileage may vary. Don't get caught up in the subjects and names I listed. If you know of a pro-freedom author, consider also searching for them. Unless it's a major library, this should take less than around two hours.
Perhaps wait at lease six months before you enhance books at the same library again. That way there is a good chance that many of the books you enhanced were checked out and you aren't spending time enhancing books which already have a bookmark in them.