Wheels within Wheels
by F. Paul Wilson

A pro-free-market and limited, constitutional government Prometheus Award winning novel. Solid on economics and the motivation of politicians. The early part of the story contrasts the libertarian approach to social engineering and the political approach. The lead female character is a Randian-type hero who runs a large enterprise. Individual responsibility and honesty are emphasized.

The story is weakened near the end by introducing a character with psychic powers.

Year Read: 2001

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