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How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World: A Handbook for Personal Liberty

By Harry Browne. Retail Price: US$24.95. Our Price: US$17.47 (Save 30%). Pages: 387. Binding: Hardcover. Publication Date: 03/98. Publisher: Liam Works. ISBN: 0965603679.

In this welcome reprint of his 1973 classic, Browne tells how to gain more freedom for your career and your personal life. "You won't have to convince anyone else of anything, " he says. "Every idea in the book will depend solely upon your own action."

He begins with a discussion of individualism. He covers 12 moral principles to help you avoid mistakes and achieve your goals. He tells how to liberate your mind and explains how to avoid 14 mental "traps". Browne identifies 3 principles for dealing with restrictions government puts on us.

Browne shows how to gain more freedom in your career, tells how to pursue your dream job, and offers ideas for becoming self-employed. He presents principles to achieve a better love life and tells how to sustain a great relationship without getting married and how to enhance your life if you're already married.

"The primary value of these techniques," Browne explains, "is to help you get rid of the vague, complicated activities that contribute nothing positive. Arrange your life so that you don't have to spend every waking hour carrying out obligations, holding things together, trying not to rock the boat."

Libertarianism: A Primer
By David Boaz. Our Price: US$14.95. Pages: 320. Binding: Paperback. Publication Date: 02/98. Publisher: The Free Press. ISBN: 068484768X.

Libertarianism used to be just a topic at your high school Government Club. But since all those Ayn-Rand -niks are now in Congress, it's become a bigger deal. This book is an admirably clear exposition of the position--defined by David Boaz as "the view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he chooses so long as he respects the equal rights of others"--which is useful to both adherents and those who merely want to "know the enemy." Of course, a lot of questions are left unanswered: Do I have to obey speed limits? Is it OK for me to drive on the left as long as I promise to swerve when I see you coming? Aren't there a lot of valuable enterprises that couldn't be achieved by individual effort alone, but only with a degree of government compulsion, including the federal highway system, public parks, and public libraries?

Libertarianism in One Lesson
By David Bergland. Our Price: US$9.80. Binding: Paperback. Publication Date: 6th edition, 03/93. Publisher: Orpheus Publications. ISBN: 0940643006.

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