I am a libertarian student from France. I thought introductions were in order since it's my very first post here.
I would like to start right away with a piece of literature I thought you might be interested in. The book is called Looking Backward: 2012-2162 A View from a Future Libertarian Republic by Beth Cody. I am of the opinion this is one of the very best books about libertarianism I ever read. First of all, it is funny and entertaining. It goes straight to the point as it mostly consists of dialogue between a character who lived in 2012 and was accidentally catapulted far away in time, the year is 2162. Here he finds out about the Free States of America, a libertarian republic (with strong minarchist overtones) located in the Midwest of the US. The book tackles many aspects ranging from education to insurance and the environment. It is fast-paced and quite compelling. It is an easy read, especially for socialist people who are uninterested in reading Human Action or Man, Economy and the State. It's also a nice way to brush up on your libertarianism. If you happen to know the book, I'm inviting you to like the Facebook page. If you don't, I warmly encourage you to read it. You can get it for $0.99 from Amazon (Kindle version).
Thanks so much for the lovely compliments about my novel -- just saw this after googling. I'm so glad you liked it. I'd like to add some info to the facebook page you created, if I could? Could you make me an administrator for the page?
First of all, I'm deeply sorry for the belated answer. I didn't think of checking whether I got a reply beyond a few days after posting here. I'd be delighted to make you an administrator. I've sent you a FB message, and have made a request to add you as a friend since I can only add friends as administrators.
Aargh! I guess this site doesn't notify us of new posts, and I never received your FB friend request. Perhaps you sent it to another Beth Cody? If you see this message, could you please email me at: (my first name) (at) (my whole name, with no spaces) dot net ? If you are unsure of the address, simply google my name and my website should come up.