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Author Topic: An Open Letter to “Judge” Edward Burke  (Read 688 times)

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Re: An Open Letter to “Judge” Edward Burke
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2008, 05:37 PM NHFT »

Nice!  :D
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Re: An Open Letter to “Judge” Edward Burke
« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2008, 12:04 AM NHFT »

Nice. Honestly, the end of that latter, taken out of context, might be a bit too ominous. Someone deeply immersed in a violent system might read subtle threats of violence in that. :( Hopefully it's clear that the problem he faces, as a man who makes his career out of government, is that government will become entirely irrelevant before he internalizes it and moves on.

Does the letter include a copy of The Market For Liberty, or at least a URL he can go to get it? You can't hyperlink paper like you did on Free Keene. :)
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Re: An Open Letter to “Judge” Edward Burke
« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2008, 09:19 AM NHFT »

Nice. Honestly, the end of that latter, taken out of context, might be a bit too ominous. Someone deeply immersed in a violent system might read subtle threats of violence in that. :( Hopefully it's clear that the problem he faces, as a man who makes his career out of government, is that government will become entirely irrelevant before he internalizes it and moves on.

Does the letter include a copy of The Market For Liberty, or at least a URL he can go to get it? You can't hyperlink paper like you did on Free Keene. :)

Yeah, it will have a URL.
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