The History of Freedom in Antiquity

by Lord Acton Republished from Acton.org An Address Delivered to the Members of the Bridgnorth Institute  February 26, 1877 Liberty, next to religion has been the motive of good deeds…

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Could the PEBEC be a Game Changer for Entrepreneurship in Nigeria?

By Stephen Oyedemi In 2016, when the PEBEC – Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council was launched, there was little hope as to whether its ambitious mission will be achieved anytime…

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Economic Intelligence: A springboard for the development and promotion of tourism in Cameroon

It’s proven that tourism is an emergent market.  Nonetheless, for some countries, conquering and maintaining important market shares is problematic. Innovation is a determining factor in ensuring competitiveness and productivity and,…

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5 Facts about Frederick Douglass

By Joe Carter February 14 is the chosen birthday of Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), one of America’s greatest champions of individual liberty. Here are five facts you should know about this writer,…

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Why We Need to Bring Back the Gold-Backed Currency

By  Jacques Jonker When people are confronted with the daunting question of “What is money?”, they usually stare at you like you’ve just asked them to explain the equation for special…

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