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L. Neil Smith's Speeches

"The Atlanta Declaration" Presented at WeaponsCon I, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1987, and the Future of Freedom Conference, Culver City, California, November, 1987

"Unanimous Consent and the Utopian Vision; or, I Dreamed I Was a Signatory In My Maidenform Bra" a speech given at the December 1987 Future of Freedom Conference held at the Pacifica Hotel in Culver City, California.

The Tyranny of Democracy: Majoritarianism Versus Unanimous Consent, prepared for the Boulder County Libertarian Party, 1989

Parallax, for Writers in the Round, March 16, 1990

The Atrocity Engineers Denver, Colorado, April 18, 1993

"The LP's First Priority" Presented to the Arizona Libertarian Party State Convention May 21, 1994, Phoenix, Arizona

"When You Wish Upon a Star ..." Prepared for the Denver Area Science Fiction Association, February 19, 1994

Merchants of Fear Presented to the Boulder County Libertarian Party, February 20, 1994

"Hillary Behind Bars" Presented to the Colorado Libertarian Party State Convention April 29 - May 1, 1994, Roundup Ranch, Sedalia, Colorado

A New Approach to Social Darwinism

Where No Libertarian Has Gone Before, Presented Friday, April 26, 1996, at the Colorado Libertarian Party Annual Convention

You Can't Fight a Culture War If You Ain't Got Any Culture, presented April 19, 1997 at the Arizona Libertarian Party Convention

I'm Tired, As presented to the second annual Liberty Round Table Conclave near Estes Park, Colorado, July 2nd, 1998

Speech to the Libertarian Party of Colorado, May 18, 2002, Leadville, Colorado (includes the outline of his proposed new novel Ceres).

Presentation to The Eris Society 2000

Remarks To The Fifth Annual Convention Of The Mars Society

Speech to the Second Annual Freedom Summit October 12th and 13th, 2002, Phoenix, Arizona (Also found at:

Empire of Lies: L. Neil Smith's Speech the Libertarian Party of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 15, 2003 (Also found at:

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