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Great Value, Actionable Information
on July 3, 2013
I've been reading survival writing since Mel Tappan had a column in Guns and Ammo, so I expected this inexpensive e-book to be 40 pages and maybe have a new idea or two. I was pleasantly surprised to find great amount of actionable information. The writers make a strong case that the US government will not go away with an economic collapse -- they are the most prepared group out there. Law and order will remain, perhaps even in excess. However, some areas of the country will do better than others, just as the economy's in North Dakota and Texas are doing well now. The authors posit that the best, and most affordable, way to survive an economic collapse is to be able to travel and live a mobile lifestyle, moving to opportunity or to safety as needed. Most of the book covers how to live the mobile lifestyle while providing food, lodging, communications, and security. Even if you don't buy the mobile concept, this book has a lot of useful information.