The University of Georgia independent campus newspaper, Red and Black, has written a good article covering the local YAL chapter.
YAL is a new student group aiming to avoid political pigeon-holes and inspire student interest and robust debate on national concerns.
“Young Americans for Liberty is an advocacy group that stands for individual liberty, sound money, limited government and noninterventionist foreign policy,” said Carter Kessler, a senior economics major from Eatonton and president of the University’s chapter of YAL.
According to Kessler, the organization sets itself apart from existing political organizations not only through its faith in free markets and individual liberty, but also its approach to bringing about a change.
Read the rest here. Congratulations, YAL-UGA!Published in