This book is full of things that should be explicitly clear to any level-headed person. The premise of the book is that you can't legalize personal morality -- and if an action that one person takes does not hurt the person or property of another, then there is no reason for it to be illegal.
McWilliams presents his arguments in a very well written manner. And while I do not agree with every point that he makes, I do most certainly see and respect his point of view. Some of his view are distorted; some are right on target.
McWilliams even put together a website where you can read the entire length of the book for free. Just go to mcwilliams.com, then click on the appropriate links… Read more