All the ones who actually tried failed ignominiously. The ones who merely played at creating countries succeeded in such activities as designing flags, issuing postage stamps, and giving themselves fancy titles.
Many of the projects he describes fall somewhere in-between real and imaginary attempts to create new countries.
Year Read: 2001
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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