Minority Report
by H. L. Mencken

Paragraphs dealing with religion, democracy, superior versus inferior men, common sense and science versus metaphysics, and other typical Mencken themes.

This is his most quotable book, except for the Crestomathy. It has more in it of interest to libertarians than his other books, the nearest rivals being Notes on Democracy and the Crestomathy.

Year Read: 1975

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