Last night -- a Monday night, the eve of a hotly contested gubernatorial election in Virginia -- there were at least three interesting events for libertarians in the Washington area:
- Reason.tv held an event to launch "Radicals for Capitalism," a new series of videos celebrating Ayn Rand's continuing influence.
- The Future of Freedom Foundation and the George Mason University Economics Society sponsored a lecture by Lawrence W. Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education, at GMU.
- And here at the Cato Institute, an overflow crowd gathered to watch a new film, The Soviet Story, which the Economist called "the most powerful antidote yet to the sanitisation of the past."
It's got to be a sign of growth and health if the libertarian movement is offering three excellent programs on one Monday night in one area. But what's an overscheduled libertarian to do?