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Don't Throw Mama off the Turnpike by [Brian Wright]

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Brian Wright is a freelance writer and editor specializing in technical systems and marketing documentation. He acquired his bachelor of science in mechanical engineering (BSME) from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. Brian has long been active in the politics of liberty, and was an early mover to the Free State of New Hampshire in 2005. In addition to New Pilgrim Chronicles—a diary and perspective of his experience of the Free State—Brian has also authored a personal drug war story, There Must Be Some Mistake. His most recent work, The Sacred Nonaggression Principle, upholds the libertarian nonaggression principle as our “highest moral standard in society.” He is currently—autumn 2009—performing a rewrite of that vital monograph. This pamphlet—posted as an article on TheCoffeeCoaster.com in August 2009—aims to be a humorous-yet-insightful addendum to Brian’s continuing sagas on the many roads toward liberty. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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