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Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe. Musings about personal freedom and finding it within ourselves.

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Claire Wolfe

New book on tax resistance

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

David Gross (a longtime reader and quiet contributor to this and my earlier blog) has just published his new book on successful tactics for tax resistance.

I read an early draft of the book and contributed a blurb. I haven’t yet had a chance to read his final edit. The draft I saw was primarily directed toward groups who may use, or contemplate using, tax resistance as a form of protest. But even us lone wolves can take heart, inspiration, and ideas from the many, many historic examples of successful tax resistance campaigns Gross writes about. His book is a goldmine of research and is very readable, besides.

Another good work by a guy who’s been living as a legal tax resister for years and who has an intriguing background as a trickster, besides. His database of tricksterism (aka culture jamming) is a hoot.

99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns is available in Kindle and print versions. (NFI on my part.)

3 Responses to “New book on tax resistance”

  1. jed Says:

    That Sniggle site is a hoot! Makes me think of the pranks pulled by Alan Abel (very slightly NSFW).

  2. Jim B. Says:

    Have you heard? Libertarian is not so much a movement but more of an attitude. At least according to this article.

  3. MamaLiberty Says:

    Jim B… isn’t THAT the truth. I was present in the early days of the “libertarian movement” and watched as it became something more like fifty horses hitched to a single wagon, from every angle… and all trying to pull it their own way.

    At best, it always was an attitude, an ideal. I can’t think of a single such attitude or ideal that ever survived once people attempted to codify and organize it. Might be one, but…

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