Norman Barry was a professor of politics at the University of Buckingham.
This book absolutely speaks the truth, his words have effected me enormously and o thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was a great read, even though it was for school.Published 4 days ago by Brock Ann
one of the most succinct and effective statements on individual liberty and the evils of socialismPublished 11 days ago by STANLYT2
This book is a MUST read for libertarian minded people, and ought to be a part of our education system. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Kevin Willbond
A must read book for anyone who wants a greater understanding of the purpose, nature, and limits of the law. Easy to read and understand. Where has this book been all my life?Published 28 days ago by K. Brooksby
It's one of the first essays criticizing the big State, and many economic fallacies. Although old, the essay is very useful in this days because some of those fallacies are still... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Francisco Albino
So much common sense. So scary the direction we have taken is not new. So scary are the organizers and community leaders who are nothing more than egotists exerting their will on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Bow
Enjoyable, right on the money, ahead of most of his time. All of both houses of congress should have to read this before they take office.Published 1 month ago by David T.