August 20, 2017
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On this episode of Liberty Under Attack Radio, I review and discuss Erwin S. Strauss’ book How to Start Your Own Country. I cover the five approaches he presented, namely, traditional sovereignty, ship under flag of convenience, litigation, vonu, and model countries, and also discuss the most interesting case studies relating to founding new countries.

Being in a unique position, Strauss has some interesting recommendations for current and future new country projects, the most controversial being his case for the creation or acquisition of weapons of mass destruction as a means of defense from “great powers.”

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Show Notes:
Free PDF of the book
Purchase from Amazon [Affiliate link]
Seasteading Case Studies: Learning from the Mistakes of the Past
Intro Clip – An Interview with Erwin Strauss


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Liberty Under Attack

Liberty Under Attack

Shane is the founder of Liberty Under Attack Radio, The Vonu Podcast, and LUA Publications, an independent publishing company. He has been a guest on many podcasts and radio shows and his work has appeared on sites all over the alternative media. When he's not producing content (which isn't often), he enjoys riding four wheelers, reading, and drumming.

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