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||"An Island Called Liberty"|
by Joseph Specht
The publisher writes, "this book is a cross between Dr. Seuss and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged". Younger children will enjoy the rhyming verse and beautiful, full-color illustrations on every page, while older children and adults will enjoy the strong message of free markets.
Follow the trials of bright Bridget Blodgett....
32 Pages, Hardback, 8 x 10
by Edgar J. Steele
New America is coming.
And it isn’t pretty. Foreseeing a collapse so severe that it will cause us to start numbering our economic depressions, Edgar J. Steele paints the image of an America rarely seen in any media: ripped apart by racial strife, seething with resentment and verging on open warfare in the city streets.
376 Pages, Hardback, 6 x 9
by Robert P. Murphy
Describing the mechanics of a stateless society, this book is dedicated to those who believe government is a necessary evil: "You're half right."
It is ultimately left to the reader to decide which system - State or market - is the better arrangement.
64 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9