Joseph Diedrich is a Young Voices Advocate and law student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. As an avid liberty-oriented blogger, author, and speaker, he has been featured or referenced at The Washington Times, Reason Magazine, Liberty.me, The MacIver Institute, the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom, The College Fix, LibertyBlog, and elsewhere. Joseph also holds a bachelor’s degree in music composition and has worked with multiple internet startups. He constantly seeks to identify and illuminate connections between the many diverse people and ideas in his life.
I remember my first credit card vividly. For months, I had been attempting to woo my local bank. Give me a card, I begged. You can trust me. My pleas fell on deaf ears.
How do you take your coffee? Black? Cream and sugar? Fair? Over the past decade, “fair trade” labels have become ubiquitous.
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