Tolstoi's Essays on Life
by Lyof Tolstoi

A great libertarian work. Tolstoy was a libertarian because he was opposed to violence as a result of believing in the moral principles of Jesus. He also had no use for churches, organized religions, taxes, war, military service, alcohol, tobacco, capitalism, or socialism. He writes beautifully, showing great intelligence and knowledge.

Year Read: 1981


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