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It is mostly an effective primer for further exploration into libertarian political philosophy, accessible to those not well-versed in the subject, but deep enough to sink one's teeth into.
But nearly every issue provides concurrent opportunities to sink one's teeth into some piece of writing that's expansive, detailed, replete--one that indulges in a beginning, middle and end, and uses plenty of words to illuminate the sights along the way.
The fourth section on `The Prose Satirist' offers twice the number of essays and more to sink one's teeth into. Robert Phiddian's piece on truth and power in the eighteenth century as it was concocted around the figure of Bickerstaff is an outstanding application of Foucault to Swift and other writers of the period.