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"In a visit to a local high school, I examined six history and civics textbooks. Only three made any mention of Common Law, and none devoted more than four paragraphs to it. Together they gave it no more than one full page out of a total of 3,851 pages. This for a subject that is very likely the most important we could ever study.
   "I also checked two law textbooks and they were no better. They mentioned that it's gone now so it's not important, forget it."
—p.216

Do all you have agreed to do. Do not encroach on other persons or their property.

 

Uncle Eric Talks About...Personal, Career & Financial Security Whatever Happened to Justice?

by Richard J. Maybury

Don't miss this book, it is selling all over the world. It makes people think like nothing has in years.

This book shows what is wrong with our legal system and how to fix it. The Legal Model is explained. Explores America's legal heritage. Discusses the difference between higher law and man-made law, and the connection between law and economic prosperity. Introduces the Two Laws: (1) Do all you have agreed to do. (2) Do not encroach on other persons or their property.

The book also sheds light on the cause of the turmoil in East Europe, Russia and Asia. You will be amazed at how much you understand after reading Whatever Happened to Justice.

Ages 14 to 94. 255 pages, quality paperback. $17.95
ISBN 0-942617-46-0, Copyright 1993, 2004 Revised Edition

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Ron Paul"Whatever Happened To Justice? is critical reading for all Americans."
— Congressman Ron Paul

The Business, Economics and Finance set

Personal, Career, and Financial Security

Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?

The Money Mystery

The Clipper Ship Strategy

 

The Law and Politics set

Whatever Happened to Justice?

Are You Liberal? Conservative? Or Confused?

Ancient Rome: How It Affects You Today

Evaluating Books: What Would Thomas Jefferson Think About This?

 

The War set

The Thousand Year War in the Mideast

World War I, the Rest of the Story

World War II, the Rest of the Story

 

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