Well thought-out book, written in a flowing and entertaining way, well read by the author... even if you don't 100% agree with everything said, you will find much value here!!
The authors showed fundamental misunderstandings of Libertarian and Austrian philosophies. This is a great pity, as the foundational precept (finding people villified by society for performing useful, even vital, functions, and showing why society is wrong) is desperately needed, and offers huge scope for productive writing. By aiming for shock value rather than sound reasoning, this book will put people off these parallel philosophies just when the world needs them most..
The lack of intellectual rigor here doesn't leave much hope for future books by these authors.
Poorly researched Marxist rant. The half hour I listened to it (until the factual errors and logical inconsistencies became more than I could bare) is half an hour I won't ever get back. It is incomprehensible that some people still view Soveit Russia as a workers' paradise!
An acceptable story line was let down by mistakes in the reading by the narrator that could easily have been editted out... disappointing lack of professionalism.
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