Just as the same twelve tones and the same diatonic keys are used repeatedly by composers of western music, so the arguments and ideas I have presented here are not new. The problem addressed by this compilation of arguments has reared its hideous hydra heads time and again throughout history. So I do not pretend to be the originator of the arguments set forth in this work. However, much of the legal research is mine, as is the format and language. The legal battles documented in the work are real, actual, live, controversies. As I said, I cannot attempt to take credit for what has already been thought through and spoken or written by the great minds and spirits of history. The list of people like Jesus Christ, Socrates, Apostle Paul, Martin Luther, Adam Smith, John Lilburne, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry, Pierre Joseph Proudhon, William Godwin, Henry David Thoreau, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, J.R.R. Tokien, Ludwig von Mises, Frédéric Bastiat, Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard, etc., etc., is virtually endless.