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Fine in fine jacket. Octavo. A fine, unread copy in dust jacket, still in the publisher's shrinkwrap, pulled open in a few places, but still intact. This is the true first edition (first printing), with only four blurbs on the rear jacket panel. Considerably scarcer than the reprints offered in the marketplace.
Here you will find, in a semi-fictional context, the absolute truth about the actual operation of the bloated, fascist bureaucracies that rule your life and the brutal facts on how they can be overcome. Voting just doesn't cut it any more. No one represents me in this mess. Need to get their attention in a direct way to have any impact on the future.
Mar 19, 2009
This book changed my life!
I was given this book by a friend. I always considered myself a patriotic American but wasn't 100% sure about the whole "right to keep and bear arms" thing.
I thought government had my best interests and those of my family at the top of their list.
This book really opened my eyes and mind to the incredible cruelty that is our US government! While Unintended Consequences bills itself as a novel and a work of fiction, it is chock full of thousands of verifiable facts regarding the government's never ending campaign to strip American's of the precious rights God (or nature) has bestowed upon us.
I have become now a fervent supporter of our most important right, the Second Amendment, which describes our inalienable right to have, keep, carry and USE weapons, specifically firearms for hunting, plinking, and most importantly, killing tyrants.
This book explains that it is not the owning of guns that keeps America free (since we most assuredly are not!) Rather it is the threat to its continued existence any tyrannical government should feel from a well armed populace.
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