The Atlantic Hires Conor Friedersdorf to Share His "Worldly Conservo-Libertarian" Ideas

by Benjamin Domenech on 11:15 pm June 17, 2009

There are men who define themselves by their careers, money, families, homes, faith, race, class, their places of birth. But until we read the work of Conor Friedersdorf, who claims to be a “Worldly, nonreligious conservo-libertarian,” we had no idea there were men who defined themselves by raising organic chickens. Well, not “men,” exactly.

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