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Ron Paul's rEVOLution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired

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This Book was Awful

1. Don't downvote me unless you ACTUALLY READ THE BOOK, like I did.

2. Not only was this book boring, but it completely missed the mark.

3. Let me be crystal clear on this--Doherty is NOT a Ron Paul fan.

If you want to read a book that makes fun of Ron Paul fans, downplays his actual popularity, does not mention the fraud surrounding the campaigns whatsoever, and is generally very boring; then this is the book for you!

I love reading all things Ron Paul and I hated this book. Everything Ron Paul writes I'll finish in a few hours. Reading this book took me weeks and I only finished it because I like finishing what I start. But I picked up and read 3-4 other books in-between starting and finishing this one because it was so painful to read.

I liked the book actually!

I thought it was very well written though it did get stale at times but Doherty is definitely a Ron Paul supporter and I didn't see any insults at all. He actually almost got fired from Reason for supporting him so much when the beltwaytarians like Radley Brako and Nick Gillespie were bashing him so much! And Julie Borowski did an entire video encouraging people to buy it: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eu-RmE6VcpI&desktop_uri=%2Fwatc...

I would recommend it as well!

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Here is a book that was written by a Ron Paul fan

It's for kids/youth...but I can tell you "fo sho" I am a fan. http://www.amazon.com/Meet-Ron-Paul-Biography-Blankenship/dp...

Get your Ron Paul biography for kids here... http://lionsofliberty.com/meetronpaul/


the world will not be the same.

Doherty on the Lions of Liberty Podcast

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Thanks for posting! He seemed like a genuine guy to me, and I like a lot of his work at Reason, and I think he does a good job with the history of the modern libertarian movement in "Radicals for Capitalism" . But I haven't read his book on the Ron Paul movement yet, so I'll reserve judgement there.

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Brian Doherty on Dr. Ron Paul's Revolution


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