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"Every Generation Must Re-win Its Own Freedoms." And every generation must produce an individual who will insist that our freedoms under the Constitution and Bill of Rights remain unabridged by those in power. This generation has produced Gatewood Galbraith, activist, attorney, marijuana smoker, gun owner and the most successful Independent candidate for a major Office in America for several decades. Gatewood has defended individual rights in the streets, the courtrooms and on political stages around the country. He very well may be THE LAST FREE MAN IN AMERICA.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.1" Height: 1" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 25, 2004
Publisher Outskirts Press
ISBN 1932672354 ISBN13 9781932672350
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Gatewood for President!! Sep 8, 2007
I had no idea about our public utilities being sold! I live here in KY, I will have to look Mr. Galgraith up and see what he thinks about "Loose Change" and the North American Union. Very interesting man, very brave, a true free man and hero of the people. This is a wonderful book, if you haven't read it, do it now, share it with your friends, family, co-workers. Keep up the good fight Gatewood!
Good easy read Feb 17, 2007
Gatewood writes well enough to make this book easy to read and get caught up in but his message is lessened by his own personal perspectives and at points, is less about his life and more about marijuana. His basic character is right on but I disagree with his argument. This book is all about how wonderful pot is and I learned much more than I already knew; however, I am contrary to his idea of using hemp as another means by which the government can fleece its population of its wealth. Marijuana should be legal but not taxed and regulated.
Overall, I could have done without all the drum beating about pot. I was looking more for constitutional standings and his life in general. It is a good book and worth reading but I recommend the paper back version, this is not one to save and adorn your bookshelf with.
We the people and preserving our freedoms Nov 29, 2005
The Last Free Man in America: by Gatewood Galbraith
This autobiography is about a man's struggle with the political system. It's an excellent expose of the political system regardless of what state you live in. The media, whether it be the local press or commercial news are lackeys of an unjust and anti-democratic political system.
Galbraith's explanation of the role of a jury and jurors is the most succinct and clearest I have ever read. Every prospective juror, defense attorneys and every citizen should have this understanding of a juror.
Galbraith has a very apt description of legislators--at any level--"legislative 'ho's.'" The term "ho" could be just as well applied to the executive branch of government.
Galbraith raises a legitimate question about the foreign ownership of privately owned utilities. Is it possible that 60-75% of our utility bill is going to fund terrorist organizations? Given the Bush family's ties with the Saudis and their involvement in 911, could it be that our government is surreptitiously funding terrorists to justify Bush's Iraq war via our utility bills?
If you haven't already read this book, do so. It has the clearest reason why "We the people..." have a role to play in the system of checks and balances. We can't leave it to the executive or legislative bodies to "establish justice" or to "secure the blessings of liberty" for us. After all, they are "ho's."
One of the best political books of the decade! Jun 11, 2005
Gatewood Galbraith has penned a courageous manifesto that will resonate in the hearts and minds of readers intrepid enough to think outside the dichotomies and paradigms of the two-party system. Revealing biographical narrative is peppered with challenging and gutsy rhetoric, connecting political issues with personal experience, and the result is moving and funny, giving the reader a healthy dose of motivational outrage.
Mr. Galbraith refuses to compromise his affirmation of liberty. He is too honest to ever be politically correct, and too complex to be chained to any party line - more than can be said for most elected officials. The Last Free Man In America will stand as one of the most vigorous and insightful political books of our time.
More Truth, Humor and Courage than you can imagine Mar 14, 2005
There is more truth, humor and courage in this book than in any book I've read in the last 50 years, and I read volumes. Gatewood Galbraith stands a giant bud ahead of the everyday, thoughtless, gutless, gimme politicans. If you like Will Rogers you'll love this book. If you admire Thomas Jefferson, you will appreciate this man. He has taught more people more about freedom and responsibility than I would have thought possible, given the fact that he used the issue of the criminalization of others as the vehicle. This is one creative dude who has put himself to the test of five star citizenship. Do yourself a favor--buy it, read it, share it. And do it today.