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The Moorfield Storey Institute is a new educational organization dedicated to applying libertarian thinking to today's struggle for civil liberties and equality before the law. The Institute is named in honor of Moorfield Storey (1845-1929). Storey was an advocate for hard money, free trade and laissez faire. But Storey became best known as a champion for pro-peace foreign policy and for the rights of racial minorities. Storey was president of the Anti-Imperialist League, president of the American Bar Association, and the first president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Storey successful fought a segregation law in the US Supreme Court arguing the case on the basis of property rights and freedom of contract. Storey's life exemplified the connection between civil rights and economic freedom. In particular, the Institute explores how the fundamental principles of a free society, depoliticized markets, property rights and limited government, benefit the most vulnerable citizens such as the poor and minority groups. The Institute will publish studies and hold conferences exploring these questions, as well as distribute books and videos exploring the whole gamut of freedom as understood within the classical liberal framework. In addition, the Institute, firmly believing that depoliticized markets benefit the most impoverished people of the world, will directly engage in charitable activity meant to promote economic development in developing nations.
A portion of all sales go into our benevolent fund which is used to help small businesses in developing countries.
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