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Posted August 25, 2000
Good reading for academics---No practical application
Part one of the book was interesting. This book is totally theoretical and elusive. I expected guidlines on bargaining with the state, as the title suggests, but I bought the book because of perusing the contents which are listed here. 'Coercion, Monopoly, and Necessity', Forced Exchanges and Just Compensation, 'Economic Liberties and Property Rights', and Public Roads and Highways, are some of the Part headings and chapters, yet there is not one practical, useful tip for bargaining with the state. This book is esoteric, and filled with difficult vocabulary (unless you've gone to college or Law School). I am a layman and was disappointed that the title and the table of contents did not live up to the title and the price. (I had this book sent one day air!)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.