|The Libertarian Enterprise|
Number 692, October 14, 2012
"We must end war before it ends us. We
must outlaw conscription, end all taxation,
disarm the state, and arm the people."
Down With Power
by L. Neil Smith
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The unabridged audio version of my 1983 novel The Nagasaki Vector,
brilliantly read by the great libertarian radio host Brian Wilson, is finally
available for purchase.
Many feel that this is the funniest book I've written so farat least intentionallyand features our old friend Win Bear, G. Howell Nahuatl, a sapient coyote, time traveler Bernie Gruenblum, and Georgie, the time machine who loves him.
The price: $12.99.
The place: CD Baby
Now available in iTunes, as well
The price: $9.99
The Place: iTunes
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