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It's a very enjoyable reading, with very controversial topic and some strong arguments.
This book goes through most of the supposedly "undefendable" positions that Libertarians hold and, well, defends them!
This book only takes a couple days to read but I can promise that it is so irresistible it will be read more than once.
It makes you think and rethink your paradigms. What else can you ask of a book?Published 1 day ago by teodoro gonzalez
This book will force those in the left right paradigm to look at non aggressive voluntary interactions between consensual adults in a new way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Cole
If you give this book a serious chance, and read it with an open mind, it will turn you around in every chapter. Things you once thought were sinful become virtuous. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maria Folsom
This book changes the limits of our belief in freedom. You may or may not agree with Mr Block but he makes some good points.Published 4 months ago by SFC Retired
For anyone who hasn't read any of Walter Block's writing, they should. He is extremely clear-headed and analytical, and always very good at getting to the essence of a problem or... Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Petersen
Defending the Undefendable by Walter Block is one of the most enlightening books one may read on “classical liberalism,” one of the most prominent strains of libertarianism. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cohnimus89
When I saw the list of people Professor Block was defending in this book, I wondered how he was going to get away with it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Uncle Gonzo
This book pushed my boundaries with the libertarian perspective on economics. I am still reading but have really been "pushed" by this book. Excellent.Published 15 months ago by Bret L Berry
Once you've got a solid understanding of free market economics and a "libertarian" approach to the world, Defending the Undefendable will push you one step further and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mike M.