A dangerous myth perpetuates our political plight in America—the belief that we are free. In fact, scores of unjust laws violate our individual rights daily. We are taxed, regulated, and forced to fund governmentally monopolized services, and if we attempt to defend ourselves from any of these infringements, we are fined, arrested, punished, or even destroyed.
We are no longer subjects to the King, but are we veritable slaves to the State? Most of us are afraid to answer this question, because it's easier to conform and pretend that the myth of our freedom is true. But living in fear and being obedient aren't the essence of the American spirit—embracing liberty is.
Complete Liberty explains not only the sundry ills of statism, but also why political freedom is so important—and how we, as Americans, can achieve it.
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Aug 17, 2007
"Complete Liberty" A very well thought out introduction to the idea that maybe a 'free country' does not need 'rulers'. This is the meme that needs to circulate to inoculate us against the coming plague of tyranny. From the Austrian school to Lysander spooner, Wes Bertrand makes the case for the elimination of the source of our misfortune; those persons who claim the exclusive right to boss us around and make us pay them for it. Taking on the usual objections (but what about the roads...? etc.) and giving logical and workable proposals as answers, Wes serves his cause well, and we all have a new tool with which to share our 'red pill' with others. Great list of references and articles for more depth, too.
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