In the 2020 election, the Libertarian Party will once again appear on the ballot in all 50 states. With that in mind, Joe Bishop-Henchman, the party’s national chairman, sat down with Luckbox to describe the party’s path forward.

How would you summarize libertarian principals?

Joe Bishop-Henchman: One single sentence: “Don’t hurt people and don’t take their stuff.” That really summarizes our platform. I would also recommend the writings of Frederick Hayek and Ludvig von Mises, and books by Harry Brown, David Boaz and Ayn Rand. (See “Read Free or Die,” below.)

Joe Bishop-Henchman is the Newly elected chair of the Libertarian Party; Vice president of tax policy and litigation at the National Taxpayers Union Foundation; and a...

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