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Tom G. Palmer is the executive vice president for international programs at the Atlas Network, and is responsible for establishing operating programs in 14 languages and managing programs for a worldwide network of think tanks. He is also a senior fellow at Cato Institute and director of Cato University. Before joining Cato he was an H. B. Earhart Fellow at Hertford College, Oxford University, and a vice president of the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University. He frequently lectures in North America, Europe, Eurasia, Africa, Latin America, India, China and throughout Asia, and the Middle East on political science, public choice, civil society, and the moral, legal, and historical foundations of individual rights. He has published reviews and articles on politics and morality in scholarly journals such as the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Ethics, Critical Review, and Constitutional Political Economy, as well as in publications such as Slate, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Die Welt, Caixing, Al Hayat, the Washington Post, and The Spectator of London. He is the author of Realizing Freedom: Libertarian Theory, History, and Practice (expanded edition 2014), and the editor of The Morality of Capitalism (2011), After the Welfare State (2012), Why Liberty (2013), and Peace, Love & Liberty (2014). Palmer received his B.A. in liberal arts from St. Johns College in Annapolis, Maryland, his M.A. in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and his doctorate in politics from Oxford University.

More from Tom G. Palmer

Commentary

Book Review: What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets

Reason. September 14, 2012.

Ali Hussein Sibat Must Not Be Executed

Daily Star (Lebanon). December 30, 2009.

Arab Education Displays its Discontents

Lebanon Daily Star. April 27, 2009.

Cato Studies

Lessons of Election 2000

Briefing Paper No. 59. January 2, 2001.

Articles

Democracy and the Contest for Liberty

Northwestern University Law Review. Vol. 102. No. 1. 2008.

Public Filings

Parker v. District of Columbia

Legal Briefs. March 1, 2004.

Cato Reviews & Journals

Book Review: Why Capitalism?

Cato Journal. Spring/Summer 2014.

The Origins of State and Government

Cato's Letter. Fall 2012.

Realizing Freedom

Cato's Letter. Spring 2010.