For a well-reasoned, in-depth analysis of rights and freedom – this is the perfect read. If you want a light, sassy criticism of current big government policies, look elsewhere. With decades of legal experience, Napolitano’s expertise is reflected in his writing. But he strives for accessibility by separating concepts into chapters. Within the chapters are subsections like “Where do we go from here?” and conclusion sections. So even though it is deep in its content, this book is arranged so that it’s still simple to navigate.
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