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An Island Called Liberty

An Island Called Liberty     

by Joseph Specht
Price: $14.95

Book Website:  http://oakleafpublishing.biz

32 Pages, Hardback, 8 x 10

ISBN-10: 0-9766160-0-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-9766160-0-9

The publisher writes, "this book is a cross between Dr. Seuss and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged". Younger children will enjoy the rhyming verse and beautiful, full-color illustrations on every page, while older children and adults will enjoy the strong message of free markets. Follow the trials of bright Bridget Blodgett as hers remains the only business left standing under the crushing burden of excessive regulation, taxation and bureaucracy.


About The Author

Joseph Specht has almost twenty years of experience in banking and business, and knows the impact that excesive regulation and taxation has on the average family and average small business. While he doesn't expect this book to alter the course of human events, he hopes that it will cause readers to think of free markets and government bureaucracy in new ways.


Customer Reviews

Chris Meisenzahl from Rochester , NY
 Great book. A must-read for every primary school kid!

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