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Good People Break Bad Laws

Good People Break Bad Laws

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Buy the 'Good People Break Bad Laws: Civil Disobedience In The Modern Age' book today. 

The 'Good People Break Bad Laws' book is the official first book by Topher Field.

Why should you Buy this book?

Because this book is the revolution you've been waiting for

As we emerge from Covid Madness we see the world has changed. Covid introduced a world where corporations collude with governments and together they demand absolute power and twist our laws to achieve total control. 

"Topher has written a fantastic book and regardless which side of the political fence you sit on, it should be read at least once. Civil disobedience isn’t an ideology, it’s a necessity."
-Mrs Bot

Still want to know more about this book and why Topher wrote it?
Topher was a leading dissident during the Covid Madness as Melbourne, Australia endured 18 months of house arrest, business closures, curfews, arrests, and police brutality including the shooting of peaceful protesters to 'keep them safe'.
Now Topher shares the lessons he learned and invites you to join the revolution of Good People who Break Bad Laws. 

Please note that this website is the ONLY place you can purchase Official Topher Field merch including his first book, Good People Break Bad Laws. 
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Michael

Easy informative read

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Ambika
Good People Break Bad Laws

Great informative book Thankyou

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Pauline Browne
Good People Break Bad Laws

An excellent read. Encouraging and challenging.

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Christine Sholer
I love Tophers writing style

I love Tophers writing style, he writes likes he talks so it is like having a cuppa and chat with Topher! Would recommend to others.

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Margaret Dixon
Challenging

Reading the book was very challenging but it is too easy to forget what life was like under Dan Andrew’s Highly recommended