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by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 27 2009

Nowadays, the word 'libertarian' is most often associated with the right wing. People who promote minimal government intervention in the lives of citizens are usually aligned with free market economic philosophies. The policies of George W. Bush, for example, or the actions of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, have been described as libertarian in nature.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 27 2009

Nowadays, the word 'libertarian' is most often associated with the right wing. People who promote minimal government intervention in the lives of citizens are usually aligned with free market economic philosophies. The policies of George W. Bush, for example, or the actions of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, have been described as libertarian in nature.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 27 2009

Nowadays, the word 'libertarian' is most often associated with the right wing. People who promote minimal government intervention in the lives of citizens are usually aligned with free market economic philosophies. The policies of George W. Bush, for example, or the actions of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, have been described as libertarian in nature.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Aug 13 2009

Every time I walk into the local library I'm amazed. This isn't hyperbole. Here is a place, I always think, where a person can browse the aisles, pick any item of their choosing, and take it home. Like a store, only for free. It's radical. It's egalitarian. If libraries didn't exist and you invented them, you'd be called a hopeless romantic or a dangerous socialist.

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