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Through its win-win approach, Healing Our World illustrates how the rules of social interaction which we learned as children hold the secret to universal harmony and abundance. Visit Ruwart.com to sign up for Dr. Ruwart's blog.
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best book on libertarianism

With many examples on every topic, this is the best book on this subject of libertarians that I have read/listen to/Or lecture on. This should be the number book shared if you want to help spread libertarian ideas.

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Very Good Book!

This book offers a full explanation of the libertarian philosophy that will benefit everyone from those newly interested in the ideas, to those that think they’ve heard all the arguments. I’d recommend this to all friends and family.

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Best libertarian book I've read

Although I bought the e-book version too, I never read it and ended up listening to this audiobook, which I found less daunting. I am a slow reader and listener, but after a few months of intermittent listening in my car, I finally finished it!

I have already read books like "Economics in One Lesson" and "The Revolution", but this book was way more thorough and also appealed to my former left / center-left leanings. I especially enjoyed the original and creative solutions such as Swiss bomb shelters, the "military olympics", or how animals in some parts of Africa are protected thanks to private land ownership. I now have a much deeper understanding about the world's main issues. Would definitely recommend for any new libertarian.