Casey, Douglas R. THE INTERNATIONAL MAN. THE COMPLETE GUIDEBOOK TO THE WORLD'S LAST FRONTIERS. FOR FREEDOM SEEKERS, INVESTORS, ADVENTURERS, SPECULATORS, AND EXPATRIATES.
Alexandria: Alexandria House Books, 1981. Original paper boards; XVI, 143,  pp. Third Edition. With dust jacket. With a preface by Harry Browne and a foreword by Harry D. Schultz. Illustratred with graphs and tables throughout comparing countries around the world. Very good with a few underlines in text. Dust jacket merely good with chipping and wear. The original vintage 1970’s guide to offshore banking, second passports, gold and silver offshore storage, and international trusts. Looking to move to Andorra? Perhaps South Africa? Casey, with his trademark sarcasm, will provide you with hundreds of reason to “get out of Dodge”. Casey starts the book with a quote from John Milton “Our country is wherever we are well off”. The over-riding philosophy is that since countries have no allegiance to their citizens, neither should their citizens have allegiance to countries. An idea now popularized as “nomad capitalism”, Casey is the OG of the concept.
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