If you find yourself getting frustrated with politics, I highly recommend you give this book a read.
120-130 pages) that everyone interested should give it a look, and there is an extensive bibliography of suggested reading if you wish to learn even more.
It's nice and short and only tackles the principles of libertarianism rather than taking a lot of time to focus on the "mechanics" of making it work.
One of my earliest introductions to libertarian philosophy/classical liberalism---and I haven't stopped exploring the subject for over 20 years! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sui Juris
A clear, simple explanation of what libertarianism is. People who have been turned off by the b.s. from politicians and the media need to read this!Published 3 months ago by James V. Halloran III
The sixth edition of this book is a must read for any political scientist, or anyone looking at libertarian thought as a philosophy. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edward J. Barton
This book should be read by the following groups:
1) High School Civic Students
2) Those Interested In Politics
3) Immigrants Becoming A U.S. Read more
This is a great introduction to Libertarianism! I'd recommend this to anyone wanting to learn the basic arguments of Libertarianism, compared to a Republican or Democrat.Published 12 months ago by A. Brookmire
Short well thought answers to many of today's pertinent questions. It is interesting how much most Americans don't understand the Libertarians point of view.Published 22 months ago by Bruce T. Smith
When young I first registered Democrat. After my discharge from the U.S. Army in 1970 I registered to vote as a Republican. Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by Terenzu 4 America
David Peter Bergland (born 1935) was the Libertarian Party's nominee for the 1984 presidential election, and received 0.3% of the popular vote. Read morePublished on February 9, 2012 by Steven H Propp
This book by David Bergland is a nice primer on Libertarian principles for American government. Inexpensive and concise, it would make a fine addition to anyone's library.Published on October 30, 2008 by D.A. Antonie