From Dr. Walter Block:
January 6, 2017, noon, lunch. San Francisco. At Carbon, 1089 Mills Way, Redwood City, CA 94063. Parking available. Topics: How Radical Free Markets Benefit Everyone; Case studies on “rent control,” “minimum wage,” “antitrust legislation,” “bubble economics” and “intellectual property.” The talk (35 minutes; 15 minutes Q&A) is not open to the public, but I am allowed to invite a few personal guests. So, if you are interested in attending, get in touch with me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Contacts: Tabor Barranti, email@example.com.
January 7, 2017. San Francisco, CA. Liberty International/Free Exchange, 6 PM. Address: 6 Gonzalez Drive, . Speaker, 7 PM; topic: Free Market Anarcho-Capitalism. Contact: Jim Elwood firstname.lastname@example.org. This talk too, is not open to the public, but I am allowed to invite a few personal guests. So, if you are interested in attending, get in touch with me: email@example.com.
We have a special Free Exchange with a special treat on Saturday, January 7th, starting with social hour at 6pm, speaker at 7 pm… We have the noted economist and author Walter Block speaking on “The Case for Free-Market Anarchism”.
Walter is currently a professor of economics at Loyola University in New Orleans. He was briefly a member of Ayn Rand’s inner circle in New York, and as an intellectual exercise during his university days wrote the controversial book Defending the Undefendable. He was later the senior policy analyst for the Fraser Institute in Vancouver, and became one of the lead editors in the creation of the Economic Freedom of the World Index. He has spoken at several ISIL world conferences and is quite entertating as well as knowledgeable.
I’m expecting a strong turnout, and the limit my place can handle is about 30. So please provide HARD RSVPs! If we go much beyond that number, I will have to scramble to find another venue. As usual, I will provide some beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks. Pot luck and BYOB welcomed.
No charge, but donations of $5+ welcomed.
The location is 6 Gonzalez Dr., at the main entrance to the Park Merced apartment complex in southwest San Francisco, off of 19th Ave. next to San Francisco State University.
By transit: From downtown stations (or from Balboa Park), take the MUNI M-line train to the SF State University stop. You’ll see the Park Merced entrance. My apartment is on the shallow left of the entrance circle between Gonzalez and Crespi. Walk past the front of the building and go to the inner corner – You will see #6 under the lamp.
The 28 bus runs on 19th Ave and stops at SF State, if you are coming from the north or west parts of the city. The 29 Sunset bus also runs here, in fact it stops inside the entrance circle in front of the business office.
By car from north – Go 19th Ave past SF State and Holloway Drive, turn into Park Merced, go around the entrance circle onto Gonzalez Dr., park at first opportunity.
From East Bay or south – make your way to 280, get off at SF State exit. Go up Junipero Serra to Holloway light, turn left, then left at 19th Ave. light. Park Merced is there.
Transit is recommended, but weekend parking is relatively easy here.
Hope to see you!
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