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The Declaration of Independents by Nick Gillespie
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Jul 15, 11

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Some who read this book may be confused at how the authors have written this book. In the beginning, until I got into the jist of how they were getting to the point in the chapters, I didn't think much of the book and almost rated it poorly. As I slowed down in my reading, I was able to figure out how they were taking the incredibly long way around to get to Libertarian tenets. Thus, the 4 stars..if it was a bit clearer and I didn't need to put so much thought into it, it easily would have been a 5 star read.
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message 1: by Joe (new) - rated it 4 stars

Joe couldn't agree more. the beginning was a bit of a challenge for me but it got much easier by about halfway through.


Naomi Yeah, that shocked me with Nick Gillespie..normally, he writes even with some stuff I have seen in "Reason" magazine really grabbing. I saw Matt Welch on Red Eye and Stossell and he seemed really dry so I wonder if he wrote the first part and NG wrote the second half. I loved the analogy with the homebrewers..i thought they nailed it.


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