I’m not a frequent reader of fiction. As I see it, there is enough real in this world to marvel at. But I will, on occasion, pick up an alternative history novel. It helps limber the imagination, broaden one’s view of the possible. So, when J.P. Medved’s short story, Granite Republic, popped up on my Kindle recommended list, I gave it a try. As a New Hampshire resident and a Free State Project participant, how could I not, given it portrays a libertarian revolution in New Hampshire?
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