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by Mae Bee and I.M. Wright
Written for our "adulting" kids, this book is our libertarian perspective explained simply, and with good humor. It's a pop culture chaos-decoder, presenting a solid case for viewing media narratives with heavy skepticism, a "don't-just-feel...learn" manifesto that encourages examination of facts and motives though the crystal-clear lens of individual liberty. With this refreshed perspective, perhaps it'll be safe for our kids to form and carry around loaded opinions of their own about what's going on in the world.
Challenge groupthink and intolerance. Explore an alternative POV. Become rational and exude coolness. Mom and Dad 101: Our Radical Worldview is available as a FREE ePUB, mobi or PDF download. It is also available in print via on-demand printshop and bindery BookPatch.
by FEE, Bryan Caplan, Julian Adorney and Sean Malone, David Gornoski, Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan, Dan Sanchez
Our demand for instant gratification and news to be delivered faster and faster has triggered the 24-hour news cycle and our massive craving for social media. Looking to avoid information overload?
Navigating the news shouldn't be so complicated. Are you too caught up in the 24-hour news cycle? Learn how to say "Bye Bye" to alternative facts and fake news with FEE’s eGuide to Navigating the News. Download some light reading, then maybe visit FEE to learn how the world really works.
by Tom Palmer, John Stossel, Clark Ruper, James Padilioni, Jr., Alexander McCobin, Sarah Skwire, Aaron Ross Powell, Olumayowa Okediran, Sloane Frost, Lode Cossaer and Maarten Wegge
Excellent for newcomers to libertarianism as well as longtime libertarians, Why Liberty is a collection of short articles from experts in the fields of policy, academia, business, media, and student organizing. It examines the libertarian idea through the lenses of culture, entrepreneurship, health, art, technology, philosophy and more. The articles can be read in any order- a reader can dip anywhere into the book and start learning and enjoying. Think of it as a bag of healthy snacks for the mind. Download and read Why Liberty free, thanks to the CATO Institute.
by Ayn Rand (public domain)
A classic. Anthem is a dystopian fiction novella first published in 1938. It paints a future dark time when the evils of irrationality and collectivism define the world. The concept of individuality has been eliminated, the word "I" missing from the language. The author contrasts a repressive, numbing socialist/communal ethos with the productive and hopeful spark of individuality. If you haven't read it yet, read Anthem now. This is a freely dristributable PDF eBook. The text of Anthem is in the US public domain, with design and typsetting by Klaus Nordby.
by Murray N. Rothbard
This book proposes a once-and-for-all escape from the two major political parties, the ideologies they embrace, and their central plans for using state power against people. Libertarianism is scholar/author Murray Rothbard's radical alternative that says state power is unworkable and immoral and ought to be curbed and finally abolished. Learn what makes libertarianism awesome. Expand your limited economic and political horizon. Read For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto from a smart dude, courtesy the free radicals at Mises Institute.
by Eugene Richter (public domain)
In the mid 1800s, a new political movement arose: socialism. Germany was its epicenter. The German Karl Marx was its leading thinker, and the Social Democratic Party (yikes - there's a leftist label being polished and resubmitted to the masses!) of Germany its leading organization. We know where that led...
Written in 1893, this novel is written from the POV of a man blinded by ideological loyalty to the soclialist cause. As he describes the calamity, he justifies it all in the name of progress, equality, and fairness to all. The reader, then, experiences the horrors of the events and the intellectual twists and turns that people undertake to perpetuate enforcement if their ideals. Sound familiar?
Go back to the 1890s and read a classical-liberal warning tale: Pictures of the Socialistic Future .
Compiled by FEE
The key works of five great freedom philosophers: Leonard Read, Ludwig von Mises, Henry Hazlitt, F.A. Hayek, and Frédéric Bastiat. In each of these compact anthologies, you will find a powerful case for liberty.
But the ideas within are not mere fodder for debate. Like all great sages, these authors offer true wisdom that can inspire you and benefit you personally in your own life. Here is a discussion of just a few of the included works.
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ON THE WEBERNETS:
Reason - Great website, great magazine!
Foundation for Economic Education
The Giver - by Lois Lowry
Atlas Shrugged - The must-read novel by Ayn Rand
Life and Death in Shanghai - Memoir by Nien Cheng
Dangerous - Killer observations by the outrageous Milo Yiannopoulos
1984 - Novel by George Orwell
Brave New World - Novel by Aldous Huxley
Forbidden Thoughts - Modern sci-fi short stories with libertarian themes
Rediscovering Americanism/the Tyranny of Progressivism - by Mark Levin
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism - by Kevin D. Williamson
The New Road to Serfdom - by Daniel Hannon
Liberal Fascism: Secret History of the American Left - by Jonah Goldberg
Written Out of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government - by Mike Lee
SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police - by Vox Day
The New Church Ladies: The Extremely Uptight World of "Social Justice" - by Jim Goad
The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics - by Zito & Todd. (This book is freshing investigative journalism for those who want to know.)