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Stick it to the Man! [Kindle Edition]

Richard Moyer
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Book Description

Stick it to the Man! outlines 18 strategies, rapid-fire, to help you assert control over your life. With a special focus on improving your finances, the advice contained can simultaneously save you money and starve The Man of your hard-earned dough.

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Cash and Credit
Chapter 3: Planned Obsolescence
Chapter 4: Your Vehicle
Chapter 5: Banks
Chapter 6: The Stock Market
Chapter 7: The Police
Chapter 8: Voting
Chapter 9: Buying Local
Chapter 11: Trading Labor
Chapter 12: Mom and Pop Shops
Chapter 13: Bankruptcy
Chapter 14: Rewards Cards
Chapter 15: Cash
Chapter 16: Food
Chapter 17: Passports
Chapter 18: Education
Chapter 19: Payment
Chapter 20: Conclusion

Targeting everything from bailout-sucking megabanks, slave-labor retail outlets and our government that supports them, this book offers a range of strategies that will improve your life and weaken the bloated institution of your choosing.

This book isn't just for the aspiring revolutionary or the latent anarchist. This book isn't just for a totally committed, off-the-grid survivalist. This book is for extremists and folks with regular politics alike.

Every concept in this book will help you pull the rug out from under corporate welfare, too-big-to-fail banks and our bloated government.

18 bold illustrations anchor the chapters, and each concept is followed by recommendations with three increasing levels of commitment.

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  • Print Length: 56 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CAQNHDE
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Packs a No-Filler Punch April 12, 2013
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The author suggests an effective, put-the-power-in-your-own-hands model to saving money and defending your wallet and freedom from systemic incompetence. He offers several examples of ways that you can do this, appealing to everyone from the sensible employee looking to save a couple bucks to the intrepid backwoods vigilante perpetually fleeing from government conspiracy. Even if you don't utilize any of the tips, it is a concise book that will help you to get a clearer perspective on government, banking, and financial prudence. Quick read, definitely worth a look.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Blueprint for A Life of Liberty May 31, 2013
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The author does a great job of simplifying issues for the reader here. There are no long drawn out explanations of topics, nor are they needed. He is able to not only provide short summaries, but also great, easy ways people can "stick it to the man!" in their own lives.

As a big follower of these ideas, I found I already do many of the suggestions in this book. But there were many more that I had never even thought of. This book is a great tool for anyone that wants to move things a little more in the direction of liberty, but feels powerless to do so. If everyone took the advice in this book, we would advance to a much freer society faster than we can imagine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I admit when I first saw the title and the cover art work I thought it looked like warmed over 1960s radical literature. And the title, "stick it to the man" I thought was a bit...aggressive perhaps?

I'm an Amazon-published author and my expertise is long term food storage and simple living. It's more of a back-away from the frantic cares of society rather than confronting them with hostility. So I guess I was prepared to not like this book as an angry book or a spiteful book but this is the opposite of what I found.

Pretty much everything in this book you can strip the politics right out and it's still all good advice for simple and practical living. I think it's more about what's good for people than what's bad for "the man". It's a book about positives not about negative feelings and energy. It's a good read, it's a fantastic airplane read. It's just the kind of read I want in airplanes because all I can think about when air traveling these days is how very much I want to be back to my home and my simple life.

Plus the illustrations make this worth buying in print. I often try to add hand drawn illustrations in my work and I hope they add a certain "authentic charm" but what they really look like is crayon and finger paint. Moyer's illustrations are these powerful abstract yet figurative patterns and every one of them would look good on a t-shirt whereas mine barely make it on the refrigerator.

4 stars. I LIKE IT. I'm glad I read it. Given Moyer's combined power as a writer and illustrator I expect to see more good things in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Practical Book for Independent Spirits! April 25, 2013
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This is a great book for anyone who still is able to think for themselves and wants to disconnect from the Plastic Culture so prevalent in society today. Even though I've been researching and living a self-sufficient lifestyle to varying degrees for about 25 years, I still found new ideas and tidbits in here about which I had not previously thought. We are forced to live on this Earth among corrupt and evil folks, but we can lessen the ways in which we participate in the corruption. I liked how the author has three levels of recommendations at the end of each chapter, for the beginning, middle, and advanced levels. Plus, the illustrations are super.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Useful tips on how to save money August 14, 2013
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This book is a free download. It's easy to read and provides tiered levels of common sense ways to spend your money.
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More About the Author

Richard Moyer was born and raised in Southern California. After experiencing water rationing, the Los Angeles Riots, chronic power outages and soaring food and fuel prices before graduating high school, he left for Alabama.

Richard believes in individual rights and responsibility, truly free markets, limited government and minimizing the use of force.

Richard graduated from Auburn University in Mechanical Engineering, enjoys cooking, plays guitar and banjo, and enjoys traveling. He also writes the liberty-themed blog "Shades of Thomas Paine".

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