I recently purchased the "Ten Must Haves"
Does anyone have a suggested reading order? It will obviously take me quite some time to get through all of these, but would like to work up the ladder so to speak.
Just a suggestion here. Start off with the history for a general overview and then work up to Human Action and the epistemological stuff. But it really depends on your interests. You could jump into any of these books and get a ton of information, but yes, a structured approach will improve your understanding. Regardless of what you decide to do, you should start out with "WHGDTOM?"
My favored order:
1. What Has Government Done To Our Money?
2. Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought
3. Mises: Last Knight of Liberalism
4. Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles
5. America's Great Depression
6. Man, Economy, and State
8. Human Action
9. Theory and History
10. Epistemological Problems of Economics
I do have a suggestion, perhaps you can make it the top 11? I would recommend throwing in Ayn Rand's Intro to Objectivist Epistemology. I don't think her books are part of the LvMI tradition, but she is certainly respected here, and she does very much to show the tie between economics and ethics. So much so that her work competed(s?) with Murray Rothbard's.
whoops, I see you're talking about the ones directed by the Institute and not your personal ones. Still, I stand by my statement :)