Bring C4SS to ISFLC 2015!

It’s the most wonderful time of year yet again. No, not because it’s Christmas season. Because it’s ISFLC season. The International Students For Liberty Conference is the Christmas of libertarianism and the Center for a Stateless Society is trying to bring libertarian students from around the world the gift of left wing market anarchism.

In order to fund an exhibitor table at the next ISFLC on February 27th in Washington D.C., C4SS has created a GoFundMe campaign. Left wing market anarchists, those sympathetic to left wing market anarchism, or just members of the ruling class with some spare change lying around, can now offer us their mutual aid.

As I wrote in the GoFundMe description,

The Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS), is a left wing market anarchist think tank. C4SS utilizes academic studies, book reviews, op-eds, and social media to put left market anarchist ideas at the forefront of libertarianism. We seek to bring about a world where individuals are liberated from oppressive states, structural poverty, and social injustice.

Simply put, our mission is to build a new world in the shell of the old.

The International Students For Liberty Conference is the year’s premier gathering of libertarian minds from all over the world — and C4SS is a mere $500 away from getting a table there. This is a wonderful opportunity to promote radical left anarchist ideas among young liberty lovers from around the globe.

Every penny counts and the Center appreciates any and all support you are willing to give. Let’s get C4SS to ISFLC 2016 and start building the new world!

If you’re a supporter of C4SS, support us this holiday season and help us to make it to ISFLC 2016, or just share our campaign. We hope to see you in D.C.!

P.S. — If you’re looking for a worthwhile non-profit organization to donate to this holiday season, I suggest the newly minted 501(c)(3) tax exempt Molinari Institute, the parent organization of C4SS and the Alliance of the Libertarian Left.

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