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Publisher's Summary

It's the near future and America is in trouble. Hyperinflation and disorder reign in the towns and cities of the nation.
Alongside Night tells the story of Elliot Vreeland, son of Nobel Prize-winning economist Dr. Martin Vreeland. When his family goes missing and while being shadowed by federal agents, Elliot, with the help of his mysterious companion Lorimer, explore the underground world of the Revolutionary Agorist Cadre to rescue them. It's a story of romance, intrigue, action, adventure, and exhilarating science fiction thrills.
©1979 J. Neil Schulman (P)2013 The J. Neil Schulman Living Trust
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jeff N. on 11-29-16

Great disutopian novel

For those who enjoy considering alternate realities and disuptopian thrillers here is a book for you. The characters are fun, the ideas intriguing, and the concepts are scarily a real possibility. Though written in the 70s, this novel is still relevant.

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5 out of 5 stars
By michelle on 07-29-16

Great vision of a libertarian revolution.

An interesting take on how agorism could work. The parallels to the current US economic situation and "deep state" are a little chilling. All wrapped in a Heinlein style adventure with a very mature teenage boy as the main protagonist.

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