- File Size: 1331 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Vera Verba, Inc. (March 17, 2009)
- Publication Date: March 17, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001W6RZWC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #539,395 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story concerns a large number of brilliant thinkers, programmers, financiers, artists and others who have noticed that the current form of government is little more than a glorified protection scheme which starts wars and impedes human progress. They note that if it is immoral for one man to take from another, it is immoral for a group, gang, or government to take from or dictate to free adults. They notice that the government is increasing its thugish intrusions into every aspect of our lives, mostly to get money so they can continue to buy votes and stay in power. Where the book was unsatisfying was in the ease with which the brilliant ones were able to circumvent rules and taxes by using unbreakable encryption on the Internet. It sounded vaguely plausible, but would not really have had a chance.
The book should be on the same shelf as Atlas Shrugged, Unintended Consequences, Moulon Labe, and others which point out our servitude to a bloated and incompetent government. It has some clear thinking and convincing arguments, but it is not a "how to get free" manual.
But only if you are looking for truth. Sometimes the truth doesn’t sound so good.
My whole life I’ve been confused about things, economics, integrity, politics, war, ethics, public schools, religion, governments, taxes, etc.
Starting about five years ago I seriously got into researching these subjects and found Richard Maybury and his great books, Whatever Happened to Penny Candy, is one of them.
During my research on the internet I kept running into these articles (Freeman’s Weekly, by Paul Rosenberg) that were fantastic. I decided to try Paul Rosenberg’s monthly letter, Free-mans Perspective. This is some of the best reading, most truthful nonviolent words of wisdom I have ever read, INCREDIBLE, FANTASTIC!
That’s how I found out about this book, A Lodging of Wayfaring Men.
This book is very well written, but is so much more than just a fictional story. It is about life and truth.
If you are looking for some truth in this crazy world, this is a good place to start. It takes years for the truth to sink in, best to get started now.
Thank you Paul!
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One of the best novels I have read in a long time. Intriguing and definitely told with a different point of view.Published 11 days ago by Basil J. Gilger
Paul has become one of my new favorite authors. I enjoyed both of his books I have read immensely and cannot wait for vacation so I can re-read them.Published 2 months ago by Andrew Ramos
Living off the grid, so to speak. Idealized, for sure, but one could hope.Published 3 months ago by bob lewis
I actually had the privilege of meeting Paul and consulting on some of his later work. This book was a major influence in my life during my younger years. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fred Concklin
If you are a progressive or statist you will not like it, but it would be good medicine for you! :)Published on February 4, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Rosenberg tells a story requiring solid thought and an open mind. His ideas are provocative and sound. It remains to be seen how prescient they might be.Published on June 18, 2013 by John Amico