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There Must Be Some Mistake: Just Another Casual Casualty of the Drug War by [Brian Wright]

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Brian Wright is a wholistic libertarian activist and Web columnist whose work as editor, writer, and publisher has led recently to some discoveries of a spiritual nature: chiefly that enlightenment requires the practice of nonviolence internally as well as externally in society. He is working on a novel to share these ideas in the Great Conversation with others walking their own paths. His books include: Mother's Stone (2013) The Truth Torpedo (2012) The Sacred Nonaggression Principle (2010) Don’t Throw Mama off the Turnpike (2009) New Pilgrim Chronicles (2008) There Must Be Some Mistake (1999) Brian has long been active in the liberty movement, and was an early mover to the Free State of New Hampshire in 2004. He acquired his bachelor of science in mechanical engineering (BSME) from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and worked as an engineer and technical writer/editor for several years. He currently writes, edits, and publishes through his Free Man Publishing Company (brianrwright/publish). --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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