The Libertarian Enterprise
Number 40, July 9, 1998
"A libertarian is a person who believes that no one has the right,
under any circumstances, to initiate force against another human
being, or to advocate or delegate its initiation. Those who act
consistently with this principle are libertarians, whether they
realize it or not. Those who fail to act consistently with it are
not libertarians, regardless of what they may claim."
Alan Wendt, Internet Service Provider
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PUBLISHER'S NOTE: It's with enormous pride that I present you the
most unusual issue of TLE we've ever published. Don L. Tiggre and
Sunni Maravillosa are the masterminds behind the Liberty Round Table
and its annual essay contest for young people. Its importance -- to
the movement and the whole wide world -- cannot be overestimated.
When I attended my first Libertarian Party national convention
for more than a decade, back in 1993, I was shocked to see how much
the movement had "grayed" -- which meant that we had failed to find a
younger generation to whom to pass the Torch of Liberty.
Fortunately, Don and Sunni have gone a long way toward correcting
that failure. To read the ten winning entries below is to feel both
relieved and refreshed. Thank you, Knights of the Round Table, and
thank you winners, for making far more than my day.
And since you asked, yes, the First Place (child) winner, Rylla
Cathryn Smith, is my daughter -- but that doesn't color my feelings
about Don and Sunni's contest a bit.
Well, not much, anyway.
By L. Neil Smith email@example.com
Students Defend Their Individual Rights!!!
By Don L. Tiggre firstname.lastname@example.org
Untitled Essay-- First Place Winner, Young Adult Category
Jason Mahoney (age 21) email@example.com
Untitled Essay -- First Place Winner, Teen Category
By Krissi Pulliam (age 17)
Defending My Individual Rights -- First Place, Child Category
By Rylla Cathryn Smith (age 8) firstname.lastname@example.org
Liberty, With Two Legs on Which to Stand -- Second Place Winner, Young Adult Category
Josh Mercer (age 21) email@example.com
Mad As I Wanna Be -- Second Place Winner, Teen Category
Kimberly Martin (age 17) firstname.lastname@example.org
Problems and Solutions for Defending My Rights -- Second Place Winner, Child Category
By Arron Powell (age 12) email@example.com
Moral Foundations of Libertarian Rights -- Honorable Mention Winner, Young Adult Category
By Chris Cathcart (age 21) firstname.lastname@example.org
DEFENDING MY INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS -- Honorable Mention Winner, Teen Category
By Alberto Mingardi (age 17) email@example.com
Equality With Adults and Children -- Honorable Mention Winner, Child Category
By Nolwen Cifuentes (age 10) firstname.lastname@example.org
Untitled Essay -- Hobbyt Kudos Winner (Most Humorous Entry)
Kevin El-Hayek (age 18) email@example.com
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