Defending the Undefendable
by Walter Block

The final book came out better than the excerpts that appeared in the Libertarian Forum. There is less emphasis on portraying these unpopular professions as heroic, however, there are still some such references. The quality of the writing is better, and funny cartoons have been added.

Walter should write a sequel. He did not cover: draft dodgers, deserters, baby marketers, bank robbers, assassins, people who release secret government information, vigilantes, atheists, racists, billboard advertisers, people who refuse to testify in court, traitors.

Year Read: 1976

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