A libertarian proposes that the title be included on all ballots. It is worth
reading for its pure libertarianism and simple style. However, it is superficial
in its treatment of strategy. For example, he proposes, as a first step, that
lawyers be barred from holding political office. A good idea, but how could such
a law ever be passed as long as Congress is 90% lawyers? He is too mild in his
protests and proposals, even though he is radical in his goals.
He could use a better editor too.
Year Read: 1984
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