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New documentary explores the “liberty movement” and aftermath of the Ron Paul Revolution

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There have been a number of documentaries made that focus on Ron Paul. One effort that is
underway by radio personality Charles Goyette, is the only one authorized by Ron Paul himself. To my knowledge there has not been a serious documentary film made that focuses on the people who were involved in the grassroots effort known as the Ron Paul Revolution. That is until now.

“Liberty” is a new documentary in production that tells the story from the perspective
of the people involved in that grassroots effort. It explores how it expanded into the liberty movement. In a recent interview on my show Pursuit of Freedom, director Neil Radimaker and producer Jeremiah Rounds explain how this documentary is unique. They will have extensive interviews and footage collected during a 30-day road-trip style production It will be divided into three chapters. The past, present and future of the liberty movement.

The professional resume of both Neil Radimaker and Jeremy Rounds, is impressive. The production value of the documentary will be top notch. The release date is not set yet, but “Liberty” will
likely be released in early 2016. The the large cast includes people well known to the liberty movement, Tom Woods, Michael Boldin, G Edward Griffin, Ben Swann, and Adam Kokesh, to name a few.

Theofficial website is http://libertydocumentary.com

There is aYoutube account for “Liberty” where you can see some same samples of
interviews.

An effort is underway to fully fund the project. They have an investment page on the website and they have created a Kickstarter account.

Phil Pepin
Host of Pursuit of Freedom
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