Private Government. How employers rule our lives (and why we don't talk about it).
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This book focuses on the power of employers over employees. The author argues (with solid arguments) that employers have an arbitrary power over their employees making them some form of tyranny. As it is in the form of academic lecture, it is sometimes dense, but overall it is a very interesting book.
Journal Entry 2
Gijón/Xixón, Asturies/Asturias Spain on Sunday, October 20, 2019
"Private government impose controls on workers that are unconstitutional for democratic states to impose on citizens who are not convict or in the military."
Journal Entry 3
Behind traffic sign Thorndike street and Commonwealth avenue in Allston, Massachusetts USA on Sunday, October 20, 2019
Released 3 wks ago (10/20/2019 UTC) at Behind traffic sign Thorndike street and Commonwealth avenue in Allston, Massachusetts USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
In the corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Thorndike Street, you will find a "Tow zone" traffic sign. The book is protected inside two plastic bags hidden behind the traffic sign and the post that sustains it. It is not easily seen if not looked for, so it will probably be there until some bookcrosser finds it. Enjoy the hunt!