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A Practical Libertarian

by JAMES TALL
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MEET JAMES TALL

James (Jim) Tall is a Massachusetts native and has spent time in Upstate NY and South Florida.  Always a rabble rouser, he drives his friends crazy arguing politics at any opportunity.  Jim served the Libertarian Party of Florida as a founding member of the St Lucie County chapter, and as a Regional Representative and Treasurer on the state executive committee.  Jim and his wife Lynn live in Metro Boston’s North Shore.  They have 5 adult children and two grandchildren.

A Practical Libertarian:

A Roadmap to Recovering Liberty

Fierce independence and a ‘leave me alone’ attitude define the modern Libertarian and party. This does not make for good politics where coordination and national momentum is crucial.

This book outlines a practical libertarianism that can coexist with the two other national parties. We can find a common, central philosophy that will capture the drive of an election-winning majority of ‘We the People’.

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“Fierce independence and a ‘leave me alone’ attitude define the modern Libertarian and party. This does not make for good politics where coordination and national momentum is crucial. This book outlines a practical libertarianism that can coexist with the two national parties and find a common, central philosophy that will capture the drive of an election-winning majority of ‘We the People’.”

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“I don’t believe that these differences make up a large part of the political spectrum. They are an imaginary construct built to focus power. When asked in polling about people’s political views, a majority would welcome a third party , and people agree on a surprisingly large number of issues.”

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“We’ve evolved our government into one that holds its own people in contempt. It is intrusive in our daily lives, it doesn’t think we’re smart enough to do things for ourselves or be in charge of our own behaviors. Government (it’s agencies and their career employees) and politicians believe they know better how to build wealth, create employment, and plan our retirements.”

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“It behooves us to direct the evolution of the United States Government to one that respects its citizens and respects the spirit of liberties under which it was formed.”

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“Rather than making a left government or a right government, the message I want you to take away is neither side should be using government in this way. And, as long as we do, we will seesaw our way into oblivion trying to out do, out spend, out guilt each other.”

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James and Lynn Tall

Author James Tall and his wife Lynn.

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