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  • By Mark Ledbetter
    Oct 15, 2009
    From the title you might expect a safe and innocuous plea for "good citizenship" put out by the sincere but timid people feeding at the public trough. You would be wrong. For Harold Bolinger good citizenship means "power to the people." The language of the book is easy and readable - and not nearly as inflammatory as this review is so far! The language is nice and polite, but the content is worthy of Tom Paine. Bolinger will fill in a few holes in your knowledge. Like, do you actually know what a grand jury is? I didn't. But he will also quietly drop a few bombshells. Like, do you know what your rights are as a juror? Did you know that jurors have the power to declare a person innocent because the law is unjust? Or because they do not feel the law-breaking constitutes a crime against society? In this age of centralized big government this little book opens our eyes to the forgotten possibilities of local government, including the most local - the individual.
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Product Details

2004 Edition
Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
July 22, 2004
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.36 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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