I finished reading Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations today.
Is it too early to start nominating books for Best Book of 2008 honors?
The book was written by Christian teens primarily for Christian teens, but I think it has broader appeal, and application, than that. The Rebelution is a culture changing movement that appears to be catching on around the world, inspiring young people to crawl out of the cultural swamps of today and to live better, fuller, healthier, more meaningful lives than society in general expects them to. This book is about The Rebelution, and its principles, and about some of the kids who have launched themselves into life as Rebelutionaries. It's a well-written, entertaining book that's full of food for thought and great true stories.
See also: The Rebelution blog.
Bonus Quotation of the Day… - (Don Boudreaux) Tweet… is from pages 263-264 of my late Nobel-laureate colleague James Buchanan’s 1991 paper “The Minimal Politics of Market Order,” as thi...
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