By that I mean how do we wish to get our point across? Do we wish to do it through music, comics, literature, clothing, or communtiy service? I'm all ears and anxious to hear what you have to say.
I like the idea of formal debates.
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Sage:I like the idea of formal debates.
Yes while I too believe well publisized debates (such as Roderick T. Long vs. Noam Chomsky) will win over anarchist of other stripes and some poltically active individuals, we have to accept a somber truth, that we, are a minority. Most people base their political beliefs (If they have any. Some people don't see a point of having a political position) on emotion rather than rationality. In other words we have to first entice their passions through message filled entertainment and services and then as they let their gaurd down, we began to introduce them to the hard stuff (books, debates, and major theories). If we appeal to their emotions first and then thier rationality I think we'll find a greater success rate.
I think each person has to do what they love doing. I like writing, so I am writing a book for children (finally!). A friend of mine prints t-shirts -- he has some great designs. He also runs a music studio, and chooses what kind of musicians get his attention.
If you do something really well, and you put all your heart into it, it will sing of the music in your soul -- and that song will have chords and progressions that sound like those of other misesians. What do you do really well, Nick B?