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Randy England is a Catholic writer and criminal defense lawyer in central Missouri. He is a former prosecutor and the author of Unicorn in the Sanctuary (Tan Books) and the end times novel, The Last Fisherman: A novel of the last Pope, the anti-christ and the end of the age.
Highly recommended! Libertarian because I'm Catholic. Great refutation of the Rothbard/Block view of abortion and the notion of the unborn baby as "trespasser." Quick read. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Timothy Rozmajzl
Like the latter adjective in its title, Free Is Beautiful, this book—insofar as it is a clear and well-argued introduction not only to libertarian theory itself but also to the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Non-Voter in California
I'm re-reading my second copy of Free is Beautiful. I gave the last one to a friend. I will be buying several more copies for friends and family over the next few months. Mr. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Floyd ALsbach
This is the greatest political philosophy book I have ever read. It is based solidly in Church Tradition and political history. Read morePublished 17 months ago by heath maki
Well-written and well argued. Highly recommended even for non-Catholics. The final nail in the coffin of identifying myself as a conservative was reading this book.Published 17 months ago by Kristen Hatten
This book is based in many ways on the same deception the author uses in its description. Randy England states that the Golden Rule is "Don't do unto others what you wouldn't what... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Força Porto!
Kudos to Mr. England for a well-written and easy to read book about the Catholic underpinnings of libertarianism. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Luis Razo
Of course Catholics should be libertarian. It is easy to say this after reading Mr. England's book. Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by Mackerel Snapper
Jesus's admonition to "Give unto Caesar what is Caesar's and God What is God's" challenged us to define what was owed to each. Mr. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Patrick C. Powers