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Fwd: Free eBook Is Here! 14 Hard Questions for Libertarians -- Answered!

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January 21, 2014
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Another Free eBook Is Here!
Derived from material I've covered on my show, 14 Hard Questions for Libertarians -- Answered is a great resource to help equip you to deal with common objections. Click here for the Kindle version and here for a PDF. (Of course, as with all Internet downloads, you'll need to right-click, not left-click, on your mouse, and choose the option to save to your computer.)

Covers questions like:

What would the poor do without government schools?

Why don't you want to ban sweatshops?

Shouldn't we restrict gun ownership to keep people safe?

Don't you care about the environment?

Why don't you support "net neutrality"?

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