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The Revolution

April 25, 2008 by


We now have Ron Paul’s book in, and I must say that it is very impressive. It is not just a campaign book. Actually it isn’t one at all. It is a world-view book, issue by issue, and very compellingly argued. I would not hesitate at all to give this to somehow who knows nothing about the libertarian point of view. It is also a manageable size.


Alexander Peak sent in this review
. “This book serves as a great primer for anyone interested in learning more about the basic libertarian approach to policy. Although some libertarians, myself included, may take issue with Paul in a few places, Paul does a great job at explaining the libertarian message by applying it to the issues of the day. At the same time, he fearlessly calls upon the manifest spirit of the American Founders, explaining the roots of the freedom philosophy in American history. It’s worth the reader remembering that many movements have existed throughout American history to buck the Establishment, from the abolitionist movement to women’s suffrage, from the tax resistors to the civil disobedience of the ’60s. Properly understood, anti-Establishment sentiments have been a part of the American character since the days of the American Revolution–of which we are the inheritors–and even before.”

It continues here.

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IMHO April 29, 2008 at 1:39 am

Thanks for making the review available. I enjoyed it.

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