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Publisher's Summary

How should we think of civil disobedience? Do we have a moral right to disobey unjust laws? Do we have a moral obligation to disobey unjust jaws? How should we perceive those who engage in civil disobedience? This poetry strives to answer these and other questions.

©2014 Andrew Bushard (P)2014 Andrew Bushard

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Short collection of liberty poetry

What about Darryl W. Perry’s performance did you like?

Excellent. Darryl is fast becoming one of my favorite narrators.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

As a liberty minded guy this is kind of preaching to the choir but a well stated and thoughtful collection of ideas for the listener.