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Having My Way - Digital Book

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“Let him that would save the world first move himself.” —SOCRATES
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This professionally prepared ebook is an electronic edition of the book that is designed for reading on digital readers like Nook, Kindle, iPad, Sony Reader, and other products including iPhone and Android smart phones. The text reflows depending on your font preferences and it contains links from navigation.

Who are we as individuals? How does a possible Creator or Source fit into the subject of human liberty? Leonard E. Read delves into these topics that have been pondered about throughout the centuries. Together with quotes from timeless authors, Read pieces together what we have logically ascertained based on human experience and past wisdom regarding these issues and more.

Chapters:

1. HOW I MAY HAVE MY OWN WAY

2. HUMILITY: THE WAY OF FREEDOM

3. THE MEEK SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH

4. LIFE STYLES

5. SHOEMAKER, STICK TO YOUR LAST

6. THE BLESSINGS OF ADVERSITY

7. APPEAL TO THE INTELLECT

8. AWAIT DISCOVERY

9. SAY WHAT YOU MEAN

10. THE CONFESSION OF ERROR

11. PENALTY OF SURRENDER

12. WORSHIP, A SINGULAR THING

13. THE FEAR OF FREEDOM

14. INEQUALITY ENSHRINED

15. THE REVEALING SELF

16. RAILING AGAINST FOLLY

17. TIME-LAPSE THINKING

18. BUY AMERICAN

19. REVERENCE, THAT ANGEL OF THE WORLD

20. SISYPHUS

21. EVIL BEGUN, RARELY UNDONE

22. THE GLORY OF WORK

23. EMPLOYMENT REDEFINED

24. HOW TO STOP INFLATION

25. HOW NOT TO BE OWNED

26. IF I WERE KING

27. THE RIGHT TO QUIT

28. THE ROLE OF INTERFERENCE

29. HARMONY UNDERSTOOD

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eISBN 9781610165730
UPC B00AG61XDQ
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institut
Publication Date 2012
Page Length 176

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