Cover of: It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong | Andrew P. Napolitano

It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong

the case for personal freedom

Published by Thomas Nelson in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: where do our rights come from?
Jefferson's masterpiece: the Declaration of Independence
Get off my land : the right to own property
Names will never hurt me : the freedom of speech
I left my rights in San Franscisco : the freedom of association
You can leave any time you want: the freedom to travel
You can leave me alone : the right to privacy
That flesh is mine : you own your body
Sticks and stones will break my bones : the right to self-defense
You'll hear from me : the right to petition the government for redress of grievances
War . . .war . . .what is it good for? : the right to enjoy peace
When the devil turns round on you : the right to fairness from the government
A dime isn't worth a penny anymore : the right to sound money
Theft by any other name : the right to spend your own money
A ride on Dr. Feinberg's bus : the right to be governed by laws with moral limits
Disobeying stupidity : the right to ignore the state
Conclusion.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
323.0973
Library of Congress
JC599.U5 N25 2011

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24853632M
Internet Archive
itisdangeroustob00napo_0
ISBN 13
9781595553508
LC Control Number
2011019142
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