Eldersburg Liberty Group - Politics of Obedience by Boetie

Please join us Monday at Cobblestone as we banter about Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude by Etienne De La Boetie.

This short book is available in electronic and paperback formats at www.mises.org.

Everyone is welcome to attend, whether or not you have read the book.

Politics of Obedience, download in PDF format from Mises.org (FREE)
https://mises.org/rothbard/boetie.pdf

Politics of Obedience, paperback on Mises.org ($7)
https://mises.org/store/Product2.aspx?ProductId=529

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  • Nicholas Clipston H.

    I'm glad we'll get to discuss this topic further in two months as we study "Resistance to Tyrants: Romans 13 and the Christian Duty to Oppose Wicked Rulers"
    Good news: we've got the front room next time (and hopefully hereafter.)
    @Jake We finally had another Howard countian there. Missed you buddy.

    February 13, 2013

  • Chuck

    Always a good time

    February 12, 2013

  • Jake

    It is with great sadness that I will be unable to attend tonight, as one of my sons is sick. I wish you all a wonderfully productive and lively discussion.

    Cheers,
    Jake

    February 11, 2013

  • Rebekah F.

    btw, this is a FB group that will mirror the meetup group. The description is something quickly written, so if you have suggestions on what to add or subtract, suggest away!
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/413116995430146/

    February 5, 2013

  • Nicholas Clipston H.

    This book will really get you thinking. Do governments rule at the consent of the governed? All it would take is for us to remove our consent and they would fall? Isn't government more powerful than the people? And for Christians, where is the limit where we are called to disobey government? A young lawyer from the same University as Jean Calvin at the time of the Protestant Reformation answers these questions in a classical treatise that was published posthumously perhaps because it was so incisive.

    February 4, 2013

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