Cory Massimino on Individualism and Markets
We sat down with Cory Massimino to talk about Individualist and Market Anarchism at Exploring Anarchism, a conference organized by Students For Liberty and Students for a Stateless Society in Norman Oklahoma in 2015.
Cory Massimino is a self-identified individualist anarchist, a student of philosophy, a Students For Liberty Senior Campus Coordinator, a Young Voices Advocate, and a fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS). His writings have appeared in such publications as Town Hall, Counterpunch, The Daily Caller, The American Conservative, Antiwar.com, and The Guardian. Cory regularly contributes to the Students For Liberty blog, Young Voices, C4SS, and The Circle Molinari; a student-run left libertarian blog.
You can get in touch with Cory on twitter @CoryMassimino
For more information on these topics, Cory recommends:
- Relation of the State to the Individual, written by Benjamin Tucker, published in “Instead Of A Book, By A Man Too Busy To Write One” in 1893-1897
- Equality: The Unknown Ideal, a transcribed lecture given by Roderick T. Long in September of 2001
- Agorism: Libertarian Politics Beyond Policy by Jason Lee Byas
- Mutual Aid Is Not Just Historical: Modern Alternative Services by Sharon Presley
- Society without a State, by Murray N. Rothbard
- What Is Anarchism, by Cory Massimino
- Libertarian Anarchism: Responses to Ten Objections, by Roderick T. Long
- New Libertarian Manifesto, by Samuel Edward Konkin III