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Frederic Bastiat
David Bergland
James Bovard
Thomas Fleming
Henry Hazlitt
Ludwig Von Mises
Jan Narveson
Isabel Paterson
Ayn Rand
Murray N. Rothbard
Dick J. Reavis
Mary J. Ruwart


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Frederic Bastiat
Étienne de La Boétie
James Bovard
Thomas DiLorenzo
Milton Friedman
Thomas Jefferson
Pierre Lemieux
Ludwig Von Mises
Jan Narveson
Isabel Paterson
Justin Raimondo
Ayn Rand
Lew Rockwell
Murray N. Rothbard

The Law

A clear, concise and brilliant explanation of liberty.

Also available online here


Libertarianism in One Lesson

I recommend this book because the author presents principled libertarian policies. I found it very helpful in gaining a better understanding of libertarianism. I purchased a used 5th edition.




The Bush Betrayal




The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I




Economics in One Lesson: the Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics



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Human Action: A Treatise on Economics

***An amazing book and very important to understanding economics and freedom. Difficult in places, but inspiring. Also available online here


The Libertarian Idea



Respecting Persons in Theory and Practice: Essays on Moral and Political Philosophy

See also my comments on this book and other information on Jan Narveson here.


The God of the Machine



Note: Ayn Rand has fallen out of favor with me, especially because of the elitist message in her books (and also the focus on selfishness). However, her books, especially Atlas Shrugged, may shake some people - like myself - into understanding personal volition, autonomy, thinking for yourself, not blindly following and mindlessly sacrificing for others. And of course the importance of individualism, rights and freedom. But the spin even in Atlas Shrugged really seems in my opinion to bolster the elite class. Rights and "freedom" for them, nuts to the rest of us. And I think that's deliberate. I've presented some my own later understanding of things
here.

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Atlas Shrugged


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Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal


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The Virtue of Selfishness


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Philosophy: Who Needs It




The Ashes of Waco: An Investigation




The Ethics of Liberty




Healing Our World in an Age of Aggression