Essays by Jim Davidson including excerpts from The Indomitus Report. This book covers topics on individual sovereignty, agorism, freedom, arms and armor technology, guns, launch vehicles, missiles, the space frontier, extra-solar planets, longevity research, culture, society, films, nanotechnology, privacy technology, and travel to Africa, Europe, Asia, and North America.
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By John Galt
Jan 8, 2010
This very long collection of essays has much to consider. The author begins by informing us, "If there is a single exemplar of jaundiced hostility toward mankind's attempts to coercively govern each other, it is me." He then goes on to illustrate this point in the context of many different topics. For example, he has ideas about living independently, about the space frontier, about launch technologies, about nanotechnology, about monetary policy, about new countries, about defense tools. If these seem like broad and disparate topics, they are. Happily, the prose is clear, the sincerity and eagerness very obvious, and the effort to understand bona fide. There is much here, which the page count alone should tell you. I found it to be like a smörgåsbord, with lots of choices. Each essay is short, sometimes nothing more than an interesting quote from some other author. Yet it is compelling, and I found myself returning again and again to see new things in another... More > essay. Admittedly, I skimmed some things and skipped around a lot. But after a week, it was still entertaining.< Less
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