Ron Paul#Family Writing Styles in Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds

Ron Paul#Family
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Perspective

"Government Bullies" is told in first person, although many of the stories within the book are told third person by Rand himself. There can be no question that Rand Paul is biased in his work, as he focuses often on his own efforts to combat the overreaching governments he complains of. This view is necessary, however, as it does help Rand to show that his efforts as a Senator are right, and valid. The stories he presents do serve to show governmental power out of control, and serve to show his opinions that government needs to be reigned in are righteous. That being said, as with any story, Rand tells the tales that serve to support his already existing ideas, and his existing platform. Readers have only his version of the story, which of course is told using his point of view, and told with a slight slant...

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