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The Revolution: A Manifesto

Ron Pauls book summerizing the ideas he presented durring his 2008 Presidential Campaign

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This book cured my apathy.

  • Feb 17, 2009
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Hope and Change were words we heard from a certain 2008 political campaign, but I personally couldn't find any substance in it. Ron Paul's (TX-R) ideas were the only ones that challenged our political institution to take a good look at itself.

This book sums up his ideas in very clear, easy to understand, interesting language. If you're interested in what has been nagging your intuition all these years, this book is a great place to start. It's ideas are thoughtfully laid out and the language is clear, passionate and interesting. When all is said and done, be prepaired to have your ideas challenged and your world shaken. Peace and Liberty define his message which transcends all modern issues we are faced with. From foreign policy and health care to immigration, personal freedoms, economics and money. Paul's lessons in history and direct application of the Constitution explain it all.

It's Simple, concise, eye opening.

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April 10, 2009
Viva La Revolucion!
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Quick Tip by . June 18, 2010
Blagh! Unless you follow politics closely, make sure you read up on Paul's background before diving into this book.
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The Revolution: A Manifesto
Author: Ron Paul
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
First Publication Date: April 2008
ISBN-13: 978-0-446-53751-3
ISBN-10: 0-446-53751-9

1. The False Choices of American Politics
2. The Foreign Policy of the Founding Fathers
3. The Constitution
4. Economic Freedom
5. Civil Liberties and Personal Freedom
6. Money: The Forbidden Issue in American Politics
7. The Revolution
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ISBN-10: 0-446-53751-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-446-53751-3
Author: Ron Paul
Genre: Politics
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Date Published: April 2008
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