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This was a very smooth and refreshing read for me personally.
If you communicate well (meaning listen as well as talk), and are willing to hold yourself and others accountable, then you will be a good leader.
As has been mentioned already, this book is short, well written, very much to the point, and very easily read/understood.
I admire the man more than his writing, but then he's a politician and not a journalist. This is still a five-star read just for the common sense that's present within the pages. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anne
3 stars, easy read that wasn't a waste of time. Enjoyed the logic of his direction in life and politics.Published 14 months ago by David Holewinski
I was hoping for some insight into modern libertarianism, but no deal. This is a campaign puff piece - mostly biographical with very little content on small government policy.Published 16 months ago by Count Zero
A refreshing perspective. Johnson's proclivity for straight-talking makes "Seven Principles of Good Government" a lively read. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sagar Jethani
great read! Not only is it a good read and outlines 7 principles of good govt but it also outlines how to be a good honest respectable person. Read morePublished on March 8, 2013 by robert burgess
Good book by a respectable politician, somewhat repetitive but a nice and easy read. Great way to introduce someone to Libertarian politics, and Gary Johnson.Published on February 20, 2013 by Kurt Archer
This is an introspective look at Governor Johnson's libertarian views written for his campaign for president. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Gary Tompkins
This book is a good quick read whether you are a supporter of Johnson or simply interested in his moderate brand of Libertarian policy. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Matthew Deller