Berapa Press International   presents 

Handbook for Liberty
Author: Richard G. Rieben
Subject: Political Activism
Category: Government
ISBN: 1-930187-00-9
Format: Trade Paperback
Pages: vi, 84 (90)
Trim: 5.25" x 8"
List Price: $10.75 (U.S.)
First Print Run: On demand
Publication Date: July, 2001
LCCN: 2001116500
 
General Description

Handbook for Liberty is a primer on the essential difference between liberty and conventional political thinking. The bare basics of the nature of liberty and how we can build it to withstand our conventional impulses to domination structures. An overview of what would need to change in order to achieve liberty and of what would change in consequence of having liberty. Suggestions for individuals to take steps toward creating a real land of liberty in the present context of contrary social and political realities.


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About the Author

Richard Rieben was born in Los Angeles, California, and raised in Seattle, Washington. He earned a history degree at the University of Washington and has written for newspapers in the San Luis Obispo, California, area as a general reporter and entertainment reviewer. He has bicycled around the world continuously for ten years. He is recently traveling in S.E. Asia, Central America and Estados Unidos. Handbook for Liberty, published in July 2001, is his fifth book.




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