Harry Browne: The Great Libertarian Offer

Ask Yourself, “Are You REALLY Prepared For SHTFSituations?”

David Ruprecht begins his interview of the late Harry Browne (1933 — 2006) during the 2000 champaign.
Topics include:
Why and how to end social security.
How the drug war has done more harm than good
How without a smaller government there is no need for the Internal Revenue Service.
Concluded with a short biography of Harry as of 2000

Comments from the previous postings included:
He made me a libertarian too. I read "Why Government Doesn't Work" and "How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World." They are brilliant and will change yur life—hilltopstreets
Thank God for Harry Browne! This man made me a libertarian. Harry, you will always be my president!—allixpeeke
Hmmm…great ideas but I seriously doubt he has a real chance of ever seriously becoming the President of the United States.—michaelrobert1974
Especially since he's been dead since 2006. It even says this in the "About This Video" section. Harry was a great libertarian in a long and prestigious line. These so-called "great ideas" he espouses are what this country were founded on. It depresses me to realize that so many, such as yourself, think these ideas don't have a chance. And so people like Ron Paul get labeled a kook and government gets bigger, more intrusive, and more unconstitutional every year.—cfbastiat
Harry was a great libertarian in a long and prestigious line. These so-called "great ideas" he espouses are what this country were founded on. It depresses me to realize that so many, such as yourself, think these ideas don't have a chance. And so people like Ron Paul get labeled a kook and government gets bigger, more intrusive, and more unconstitutional every year.—cfbastiat
@superheronumber1 I'll tell you why, because you can be the greediest person in the world and not make a dollar. You must serve your fellow man and create wealth. The private sector can't coerce you to give it money, only the government can. Libertarians ARE against corporatism obviously because that violates the free market and consists of MORE regulation and government intervention instead of LESS. It is not the abusive power; it's the power to abuse. He states this in another video.—AroundSun
So, what is the alternative? Having the government control all commerce? –Teankun
I wish this man was still alive. he would have been a great president.—domisthebomb09
Harry Browne was the best candidate the libertarian party has had. Everyone should read "The Great Libertarian Offer"—BIGJOHN805
Well, hard to be elected president if you're deceased.—spazam
Any corpse would make a better president than what we get.—spikeslawson
Harry Browne was a good man. RIP—queerbuzz
We miss you, Harry.—freesk8
He wasn't the only one. And it's a dream that will never die, so long as the human spirit, with its strive for Liberty, prevails. –allixpeeke
This guy is a prophet—mckibbins
He has great ideas but it will never happen. BTW, the masses of people do not know how to save money. They probably would be destitute by the time of their retirements anyway.—michaelrobert1974
giving people more control over their money creates their need to save money. this compels people to learn how to manage their money. our species have been problem-solvers all throughout history, so if we can't even find out how to save our money, we'd be going into extinction very soon.—teejay1618
No doubt Harry Browne is a dreamer!—michaelrobert1974
He wasn't the only one. And it's a dream that will never die, so long as the human spirit, with its strive for Liberty, prevails.—allixpeeke
amen !!!—bza069