It is however; worth the effort. It is only 100 pages or so, so it doesn't take too long even if the going is slow. It does bring about a great deal of thought. It is not easy to realize that everything you believed is wrong for me it was an 'outside context' problem, the thoughts here were just outside my realm of understanding before I started. Now my horizons have been vastly expanded.
About the Author
Lysander Spooner was a 19th-century entreprenuer, scholar, radical abolitionist, and principled believer in natural law and liberty. Lysander Spooner came form the flinty farmland of rural New England. He was born January 19, 1808, on his father's farm near Athol, Massachusetts, the second child and second son in a family of six sons and three daughters. Before opening the American Mail Company, he sent a personal letter informing the Postmaster General (January 11, 1844), that he proposed "soon to establish a letter mail [company] from Boston to Baltimore. I shall myself remain in this city, where I shall be ready at any time to answer to any suit…" letter was a copy of Spooner's pamphlet, The Unconstitutionality of the Laws of Congress Prohibiting Private Mails.