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antistate1190

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This is very off-topic but does anyone know what schools (not just in NH but all over America) have strong numbers of students and faculty who are anarcho-capitalists and liberty seekers? I know Auburn in Alabama is across the street from the Mises Institute and I know George Mason has many austrians in its economics dept. Does anyone know any others?
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This is very off-topic but does anyone know what schools (not just in NH but all over America) have strong numbers of students and faculty who are anarcho-capitalists and liberty seekers? I know Auburn in Alabama is across the street from the Mises Institute and I know George Mason has many austrians in its economics dept. Does anyone know any others?

http://mises.org/classroom/gradschool.pdf
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antistate1190

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This is very off-topic but does anyone know what schools (not just in NH but all over America) have strong numbers of students and faculty who are anarcho-capitalists and liberty seekers? I know Auburn in Alabama is across the street from the Mises Institute and I know George Mason has many austrians in its economics dept. Does anyone know any others?

http://mises.org/classroom/gradschool.pdf

Happen to know if UNH has any liberty-leaning profs?
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This is very off-topic but does anyone know what schools (not just in NH but all over America) have strong numbers of students and faculty who are anarcho-capitalists and liberty seekers? I know Auburn in Alabama is across the street from the Mises Institute and I know George Mason has many austrians in its economics dept. Does anyone know any others?

http://mises.org/classroom/gradschool.pdf

Happen to know if UNH has any liberty-leaning profs?

don't know for sure, but I doubt it.
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You could use the YAL website to try to contact someone with YAL at UNH.  At many schools, groups need a sponsoring instructor.  Maybe that happened with the UNH chapter of YAL.  UNH NORML is supposed to be a lot bigger, though.

http://www.yaliberty.org/
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antistate1190

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You could use the YAL website to try to contact someone with YAL at UNH.  At many schools, groups need a sponsoring instructor.  Maybe that happened with the UNH chapter of YAL.  UNH NORML is supposed to be a lot bigger, though.

http://www.yaliberty.org/

So UNH has a lot of pro-liberty students?
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Dreepa

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You could use the YAL website to try to contact someone with YAL at UNH.  At many schools, groups need a sponsoring instructor.  Maybe that happened with the UNH chapter of YAL.  UNH NORML is supposed to be a lot bigger, though.

http://www.yaliberty.org/

So UNH has a lot of pro-liberty students?

Depends on what a 'lot' means.
They do have a YAL chapter.
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antistate1190

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You could use the YAL website to try to contact someone with YAL at UNH.  At many schools, groups need a sponsoring instructor.  Maybe that happened with the UNH chapter of YAL.  UNH NORML is supposed to be a lot bigger, though.

http://www.yaliberty.org/

So UNH has a lot of pro-liberty students?

Depends on what a 'lot' means.
They do have a YAL chapter.

K.

The reason I ask is, I know of several colleges in America which have become havens for socialists. Reed and Swarthmore for example. I know Hillsdale, George Mason, Auburn and UConn have austrian faculty.
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