Attribute to The Libertarian Enterprise
If everybody worked for themselves, I'll bet somebody would form a
Self-Employed Union to demand higher wages and better working
conditions from themselves.
Imagine going on strikeand locking yourself out.
Or hiring thugs to beat yourself up.
Solidarity foreveror until hair grows on your palms.
Four-time Prometheus Award-winner L. Neil Smith has
been called one of the world's foremost authorities on the ethics
of self-defense. He is the author of more than 25 books, including
The American Zone, Forge of the Elders, Pallas, The Probability
Broach, Hope (with Aaron Zelman), and his collected articles
and speeches, Lever Action, all of which may be purchased
through his website "The Webley Page" at
Ceres, an exciting sequel to Neil's 1993 Ngu family
novel Pallas is currently running as a free weekly serial
Neil is presently at work on Ares, the middle volume
of the epic Ngu Family Cycle, and on Where We Stand:
Libertarian Policy in a Time of Crisis with his daughter, Rylla.
See stunning full-color graphic-novelizations of The
Probability Broach and Roswell, Texas which feature the
art of Scott Bieser at www.BigHeadPress.com
Dead-tree versions may be had through the publisher, or at
www.Amazon.com where you will also find Phoenix Pick editions
of some of Neil's earlier novels. Links to Neil's books at
Amazon.com are on his website