The Institute for Humane Studies has posted a video based on my new book Free to Move: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom. The video was excerpted from an interview I did for IHS about the book.
I am grateful to IHS for producing the video, and for all their great work over the years helping students and academics interested in classical liberalism. I owe IHS a particularly great debt because I met my future wife at an IHS event back in 2008!
I have also done three other recent interviews about Free to Move, with publicly available audio or video:
1. Video of my interview with political commentator Amy Peikoff is available here.
2. Audio of my interview with immigration lawyer Nathan Brown here.
Between them, the four interviews cover a wide range of issues, and possible objections to the thesis of the book. I will post more material about the book and its themes next week.
In the meantime, Free to Move is now finally available in both hard copy and Kindle/e-book versions on Amazon, after a delay caused by the Coronavirus crisis and the accompanying shutdown of the Oxford University Press warehouse. I have pledged to donate 50%of all royalties to charities benefiting refugees.