This is Pretty Cool...:

A while back, I liked to collect esoteric libertarian books; in the days before the internet and, there was something cool about finding an obscure book from the early days of the modern libertarian movement.

Unpacking today, I found a 1960 hardcover edition of "This Bread is Mine," by Robert Lefevre, one of early libertarianism's influential and colorful characters. As an added bonus, inside the book is a copy of the Winter 1973 (vol.1, no.1) edition of Lefevre's Journal. As an extra added bonus, an address label inside the book indicates that it once belonged to Howard Buffet of Omaha, Nebraska, Warren's son (also the name of Warren's father, but it turns out there is a note in the book from the bookseller that the book previously belonged to Warren's son).