The Great Libertarian Offer

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LiamWorks, 2000 - Political Science - 287 pages
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Libertarian activist and presidential candidate Harry Browne puts forward the Libertarian platform in this compelling political polemic. Browne explains how the United States can be free of social security taxes without forsaking the elderly, how children can get a better education without higher taxes or government vouchers, and how neighborhoods will be safer if government stops fostering a criminal black market on drugs. He also presents his position on health care, welfare, gun control, the environment, privacy, and many other key social issues. The Libertarian plan takes the United States away from big government toward a free society.

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User Review  - Jason Hallmark - Goodreads

This book, along with Bastiat's The Law, made me what I am today. Read full review

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Harry takes the impossible and shines a light on the path to make it possible. Read full review

Contents

The Great Libertarian Offer
1
The Principles
15
A Libertarian America
17
Copyright

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Browne is an investment advisor.

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