The Revolution: A Manifesto

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The Revolution: A Manifesto  
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Author(s) Ron Paul
Country United States
Subject(s) Libertarianism, Political Science, Philosophy
Genre(s) Non-fiction
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Publication date 2009
Media type Print
Pages 191 pp.
ISBN 9780446537520
OCLC Number 191881970

The Revolution: A Manifesto, published in 2009, is a book written by Dr. Ron Paul, former congressman and "Champion of the Constitution" in American politics.


A New York Times #1 Bestseller, written at a time of economic insanity in the United States, The Revolution offers an Austrian School as well as a true patriot's perspective on what really threatens America. From the financial crisis to terrorism, Dr. Paul lays it all on the table in this call to arms. [1]


  1. The False Choices of American Politics
  2. The Foreign Policy of the Founding Fathers
  3. The Constitution
  4. Economic Freedom
  5. Civil Liberties
  6. Money: The Forbidden Issue in American Politics
  7. The Chickens Come Home to Roost
  8. The Revolution
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