Books

Give Me Liberty

BooksMarch 7, 2013
In Give Me Liberty , originally published in 1936, Lane calls for a return to American individualism and a repudiation of the New Deal.

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Let Freedom Reign

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Leonard E. Read discusses the importance of freedom as a foundation for finding the answers to the problems induced by central planning.

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Comes The Dawn

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Leonard Read restates the case for liberty, and exposes what he called "authoritarian fallacies...

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Having My Way

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Who are we as individuals? Read pieces together what we have logically ascertained based on human experience and past wisdom regarding this question.

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How Do We Know

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Leonard Read writes, "Everyone who pursues an improved understanding of how freedom works its wonders makes a contribution to a higher-grade civilization. More people than now must make freedom their lifelong study."...

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Accent On The Right

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
In this work dedicated to the memory of Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850), Leonard E. Read explores an array of themes such as the sources of human progress, the political consequences of not thinking for one’s self, and finding what is right and wrong...

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Awake For Freedom's Sake

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Progression or advancement never graces anyone who succumbs to the notion that he has arrived—“has it made,” as we say...

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Deeper Than You Think

BooksJanuary 11, 2013
Leonard Read implores that “Truth is not to be found in coercive arrangements.”...

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Pursue the Cause of Liberty: A Farewell to Congress

BooksJanuary 3, 2013
Dr. Paul sums up and presents with strong conviction the principles he has held fast to during his entire career.

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Why American History Is Not What They Say

BooksOctober 24, 2012
Jeff Riggenbach's book is a crash course in revisionist history of the United States. What is revisionism? It is the retelling of history from a point of view that differs from the mainstream, which always treats the victor — the state — as glorious and the conquered —...

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