It is an enjoyable book, full of stimulating insights. Clever, wide-ranging, and humorous. He is better at criticizing than in building his own system. But he has a lot to say that is worth reading and rereading.
"In general, our right is to play the game; it is not a right to win, but only to do our best, within the rules, to win." p.43
Year Read: 1989
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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