*****SPAM***** [Politech] Best of Reason magazine event in Emeryville, Calif. on 9/24

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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Come Celebrate Choice: The Best of Reason Magazine on Friday, 
September 24
Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 14:11:20 -0400
From: Nick Gillespie <gillespie@private>
Reply-To: <gillespie@private>
To: <declan@private>


Are you still if SF? If so, please come (and tell whoever about it)!



You're cordially invited to celebrate the publication of Choice: The Best
of Reason, an anthology of the best articles from the last decade of Reason
magazine. Please join us for:

An Evening with Reason magazine
Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie and Web Editor Tim Cavanaugh
Friday, September 24, 2004
7:30 - 9:00 PM
Emeryville Barnes & Noble
5604 Bay Street, Emeryville, CA 94608

 >From defending biotechnology to celebrating the triumph of “vulgar” 
to eviscerating the drug war's pieties to championing radical education
reform, Choice shows why the Chicago Tribune has named Reason one of "The
50 Best Magazines" for two years running and why National Journal raves
“There is nothing remotely like this magazine."

Featuring introductions by Drew Carey and Christopher Hitchens, the stories
in this new anthology illustrate in rich, vibrant, compelling detail how
Reason is reframing political and cultural discussions in terms of
individual choice vs. control rather than traditional, played-out notions
of right vs. left or conservative vs. liberal.

See you there! Please bring a friend, forward, etc.--


Nick Gillespie

Advance praise for Choice:

"Reason is a constant reminder of independent thought in fast-changing
times. Choice brings the best of it together to mess with your head again,
or for the first time. Either way, you'll think different."--Chris
Anderson, editor in chief, Wired

“Choice: The Best of Reason is a must read for all rational thinkers who
seek an honest take on the issues of our time.” -Catherine Crier, Court TV

“Choice offers a temperate, rant-free overview of some of our most enduring
social controversies….here is a book you need.” -Kurt Loder, MTV

"An oasis of sharp writing and...a respite for those who are weary who are
weary of the reactionary pod-people screams emanating from both the left
and right."--Joe Garden, The Onion.

For more information about Choice, including the full table of contents and
excerpts, go to http://reason.com/choice/

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