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Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson: 5 Critical Topics For Libertarians

Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson: 5 Critical Topics For Libertarians

“Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson: 5 Critical Topics For Libertarians”

This E-book is what I have been working on for the past several weeks. Creating an E-book was a new experience for me. I have never come close to writing, building, and designing an E-book before. However, I am very satisfied with the finished product. I give to you, “Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson.”

After going through this process, I have a new respect for the process involved in creating digital products. It was a fun experience nonetheless, but however is also rewarding to have created something others interested in libertarianism could find useful. “Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson” is important to me which is why I am giving it away for free.

What is this E-book About?

This E-book serves as a useful tool for liberty minded individuals. It tackles five critical topics that are important for libertarians. In a world gone mad, it is valuable that those seeking liberty clinch onto their principles more than ever. “Libertarianism and the State In One Lesson” spells out exactly what those principles are and much more!

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I am extremely proud of this E-book. However, I am even more proud of the long history of libertarianism and Austrian Economics. This E-book is my way to give thanks. Paying tribute to the libertarian and Austrian economist pioneers that have done the heavy lifting.

To reclaim liberty and private property rights the people must want liberty and private property. Therefore, it is my intention to do my part in making that liberty popular. Consequently, do your part, sign up for our email list, receive your free E-book and share with friends on social media! 

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