Read this! "The Probability Broach" by L. Neil SmithSubmitted by Dave7 on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 23:34
This book won the Prometheus Award a while book, which is the award given for best libertarian science fiction. I've had "The Probability Broach" on my reading list for a while now.
And as usual, I was pleasantly surprised by how enjoyable a libertarian novel is to read. The basic plot is that this guy finds another society that is based on individual liberty. It's basically an anarchist society. And he compares it to our society and really shows how crazy our government is and the destructive nature of taxation. Btw, the book was written in 1980.
I love libertarian and political novels b/c they help to see how libertarian ideas would work out in "reality." Because obviously we don't got that going on in American today. Makes me feel grateful for the work that people like Rand Paul are doing, who know how much is ahead of us to make a really great society that we are capable of.