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The Most Dangerous Superstition

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a book by Larken Rose

This book is a culmination of Larken Rose’s work so far.  While The Iron Web, How To Be a Successful Tyrant, etc. are great books in their own right and well worth reading, The Most Dangerous Superstition is likely the best dismantling of the “government” and “leadership” – paradigms that nearly all humans blindly believe – that I’ve ever read.

In fact, just reading the first chapter of this book should enlighten those who are on the cusp of understanding what life without government may be like (i.e. most libertarians).  Sadly, most are not anywhere near there and have a firm belief that we “need” someone to be “in charge”.

So long as humans continue to believe that government is the only answer and is even a requirement for ordered existence, then violence, oppression, injustice, genocide and so forth will continue to exist and be wrongly blamed on everything but this superstition.

Larken has written something that is beyond any other book on the subject of governance (or non-governing) that I’ve ever read.

If you want to enlighten yourself and others as to the core problem to nearly every human malady that happens on a large scale, then you need to read The Most Dangerous Superstition.  Then do like I did and give it to a friend, get another copy to donate to your local library, and give more to others.  At only $10 a copy (as of this writing), it’s not like you’ll break the bank.

Highly, highly recommended.  Read this book! Get it direct from the author here.

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