Vonu: The Search for Personal Freedom, Part 2 [Letters From Rayo] (Digital)
“As an alternative to collectivism/utopianism, I advocate what I call libertarian realism, the application phase of which is self-liberation. I believe that freedom can be achieved by individuals/small groups regardless of how others choose to live. I intend to demonstrate this not through verbal manipulations but by becoming more and more free.” Rayo, May 1970
In this special publication, we learn more about the main proponent of vonu. You’ll read articles and letters discussing his pursuance of van nomadism and wilderness vonu, “vonu week,” pedestrian nomadism, some obscure libertarian history, and even Jim Stumm’s experience meeting Rayo in Fall of 1971. And of course, you’ll get a foundation for starting your life as a vonuan.