Defending the undefendable: the pimp, prostitute, scab, slumlord, libeler, moneylender, and other scapegoats in the rogue's gallery of American society

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Fleet Press Corp., 1976 - History - 256 pages
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User Review  - kathleen586 - LibraryThing

This book is very enlightening, and is full of (mostly) much-needed common sense. The chapter on the stupidity of minimum wage laws is excellent, and was one of my favorite chapters. Some chapters ... Read full review

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User Review  - awholtzapple - LibraryThing

In this unique book, economics professor Walter Block defends people who follow controversial practices. Each chapter is devoted to a different type of person - most of whom the average American would ... Read full review

Contents

BUSINESS AND TRADE
145
The Stripminer
205
The Wastemakers
217
Copyright

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