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Bergland, David. 9th edition (2005). Libertarianism In One Lesson: Why Libertarianism Is the Best Hope for America's Future. Advocates for Self-Government.

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(1984) David Bergland provides first exercises in libertarian self-indoctrination. If you can believe 158 pages is "one lesson", you are ready to believe this book! Better you should read the parody of this book.

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