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Beth Cody has been writing monthly editorials from a libertarian perspective for the Iowa City Press-Citizen since 2006. She owns a small retail business in Coralville, Iowa and lives with her husband and two children, whom she home schools, on five acres in rural Johnson County, Iowa. She has degrees in Flute Performance, Economics, Chinese, a graduate degree in International Finance and she spent two semesters studying in Beijing, China. Prior to purchasing her business, she was a financial analyst for the Chinese joint venture power plant investments of an Eastern Iowa energy company. Her other hobbies include practicing Hapkido (a Korean martial art in which she is a 4th-degree black belt instructor), reading history and Golden-Age British mysteries, and gardening.
What the USA presently, and for decades, is suffering from is Crony Capitalism. More aptly named Fascism, according to Benito Mussolini, or as John Stossel refers to it,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Shepherd
A great sequel and much needed.
It should be required reading for us all
Actually seemed like current events to me
Poorly written utopian libertarian fantasy. Oh, the freemarket solves all of our problems. And voluntary service and contributions will save us. Blah blah blah.Published 15 months ago by Joecool
I thoroughly enjoyed this thought-provoking story. Cody's optimistic and tolerant future view offers a glimpse at how people with widely differing values and priorities can live... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Edward B. Wright
I love stories from this perspective but this one was chocked way too full of dogma and what I believe to be many assumptions about human nature to enable me to wade through the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Zev Paiss
I am new to the realization that I am probably Libertarian. Having said that, it is helpful to start with simple comparisons to other ideologies. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is one of the best books I've ever read. I learned so much from it. Her book may be fictional, but it is an inspired, enlightening vision. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lee Gordon Seebach
That said, I have 1 small quibble and one large quibble.
The author states that the oil & gas industry receives massive subsidies. Read more