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In the interest of full disclosure, I am a life-loving, liberty-loving individualist. In short, he was (ironically) preaching to the proverbial choir.
I read the paperback version, purchased on this website. Although I have a kindle, I prefer to read philosophy heavy books in tangible form, as it is easier to write notes in the margin.
As the subtitle indicates, his book is about personal and economic freedom. (Some may see that as redundant.) Thoughout the text Armstrong is very careful and precise with his language. He often makes a point to define precisely what he means by a particular word. I cannot express my appreciation enough for this. He succinctly states: "To think straight we need clear concepts. (14)". He goes on to expose liberals, conservatives, and independents for what they are. (Read the book to find out.)
What I enjoyed most (and I think that the book was worth it for) was:
•"Sensible liberal answers to inquires about political views. (29)"
•Coda (180-185). Here he lists several issues that face modern liberty-loving individuals. He presents at least two questions that I will have to spend some time researching and thinking about. But there are ten of them for the curious minds out there...plenty of work to be done.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Keep up the good work Mr. Armstrong.