students for a stateless society

The guy who more or less runs my university’s Students for Liberty (but he’s not technically the president) messaged me on Facebook and asked me if I wanted to take over the leadership. Which normally I would have been pretty excited about, but apparently since I’ve been away, they’ve been talking with the state coordinator for Young Americans for Liberty quite a bit. So they’re thinking of switching over to YAL and trying to appeal to a more conservative base. Which I don’t know if I could really work with those sorts of people. Like I could totally work with the students in the organization, because they all seem pretty open minded in terms of opposing political views, but I don’t know if I could work with the coordinators. I was looking at the state coordinator’s Facebook, and he is the Ayn Rand loving, super anti-theist conservatarian that I have grown to loathe. So I don’t know if it’s worth it to take over leadership of this increasingly conservative group and try to gradually push them farther away from conservatism, or if I should just cut ties with SFL and try to start a S4SS with some of the more radical members of SFL.


Appalachian State University’s Students for a Stateless Society just had their Ask an Anarchist Day, and it included a panel discussion. They win coolest S4SS chapter this month.