Books And Book Reviews
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10 Aug, 2012
Urdu Book "????? ??????? ?? ????? ???????" (Siyasi Partian Ya Siyasi Bandobast) Published
The book attempts a philosophical analysis of Pakistan’s political parties
20 Dec, 2010
Raising Taxes Is Not Reducing Government Spending
December 20, 2010
The fundamental question is, who is the owner of the funds paid in taxes? Is it the citizens, who have earned the funds and who turn them over to the government under the threat of being fined or imprisoned, or even killed if they physically resist the government, or is it the government?
14 Jun, 2010
Book Review - Climatism! Science, Common Sense, And The 21st Centurys Hottest Topic
This is 2017, April 21. Breaking news is flashing on the screens of news channels all over the world:
“A whole tribe living deep into the woods in Bangladesh arrested by International Climate Police on the charges of using fossil fuels ”
04 Mar, 2009
New Book: Fighting the Diseases of Poverty
UN, governments' policies cause avoidable disease and suffering Many health policies promoted by intergovernmental bodies and governments in less-developed countries are counterproductive and lead to unnecessary suffering, according to a new book, Fighting the Diseases of Poverty launched here by Alternate Solutions Institute, a partner organization of Campaign for Fighting Diseases.
09 Jan, 2009
New Booklet Argues Pakistanis Desperately Need Rule of Law
New booklet titled “The Greatest Battle for the Rule of Law in Pakistan” was published last month. It dwells on the importance of the ongoing struggle of lawyers’ for the rule of law in Pakistan.
30 Dec, 2008
New Book: Sindhi translation of Awaami Falaahi Riasat Ki Kahaani, Becharay Jonathan Ki Zabaani
Alternate Solutions Institute has released Sindhi translation of Ken Schoolland’s The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey. The Sindhi translation made by Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Rahujo, General Secretary Liberal Forum Pakistan, is based on Dr. Khalil Ahmad's Urdu translation of the same book that was published in 2003. Friedrich Naumann Stiftung Pakistan very generously funded the project.