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As government grows by leaps and bounds, libertarianism is receiving more attention than ever. Written from a contemporary perspective by an attorney and law professor who is also an award-winning journalist, Libertarianism Today provides an engaging introduction to the movement's ideas and people, serving as a jumping-off point for readers who want to know more.



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Hardcover, 254 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Praeger (first published January 1st 2010)
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Geir
Mar 19, 2011 rated it really liked it
Flawless on the theory of libertarianism!

My only point of criticism is that the book is too focused on libertarianism in American context. The next revision or a spin-off book should stay more on the general theory, applicable for all the world (and have something else than the American flag on the cover).
John Boettcher
Jul 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
The best, concise description of what Libertarians are all about, and what they are not about. This will put many misconceptions to rest that are out there in the media today. Libertarians are fundamentally about FREEDOM, and believe that every human was born with this gift, it is not something that the government, state, or any other human power gives to us. It is a right that we are all born with. Anything that coerces us into taking away our freedom is wrong and immoral. In a nutshell, that i ...more
TJ Wisner
Apr 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
Great read! If you want to give a gift to your niece or nephew on their 21st birthday, this would be it. Very readable, it will give them a good primer to 'real' libertarianism to get them through their college years listening to anti-market prof's. ...more
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