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Audio book: Civil Disobedience
Replies: 2Last Post Oct. 5, 2016 11:20pm by Anonymous
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I thought I'd leave this here. It's a great book and one I think many people would benefit from reading. You can find the pdf easily with a simple Google search and depending on your reading speed, you could probably read it in an hour. The guy reading this reads kind of slow but this is the kind of book you want to take your time with for the sake of comprehension. For those of you who take the time to read or listen to this, you have my respect. Only people with a certain strength of will and discipline that has been forgotten today will attempt to comprehend what this book is about. I just hope you know how rare of a person you are and I'm deeply thankful for your existence. The world needs more people like you in it.


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I would recommend just listening or reading the entire thing. As I said, this is a book you want to take your time to understand. The authors is a very eloquent writer and you will likely find that he makes a lot of sense. Though it's an older book, much of what he talks about still applies to life as it is today.

11:20 pm on Oct. 5, 2016
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