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Libertarian/Paleoconservative reading list

Ironslave

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Seems many of us are on the same page with these view, thought I'd post this I found on lewrockwell.com, where applicable I will post the link to the ebook/website.


http://www.lewrockwell.com/dmccarthy/dmccarthy61.html

A friend of mine who is involved in youth politics asked me to put together a curriculum for Ron Paul libertarians, a four-year course of study that will take students from the basics of free-market economics and the Constitution into the deeper waters where theory, history, and policy meet. Here’s the tentative curriculum I’ve come up with:



Year 1:

Ron Paul- The Revolution: A Manefesto (Amazon link to buy)

Barry Goldwater- The Conscience of a Conservative (Free Ebook)

Thomas Paine- Common Sense (Free on website)

Thomas Paine- The Crisis (Free on website)


Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Robert Scigliano--- The Federalist (Free on website)

The Anti Federalist Papers (Free on website)

The Constitution of the United States of America (Free on website)

Hyde- Dediation and Leadership Amazon link


Hazlitt- Economics in One Lesson Free on website


Rothbard: What has Government Done to Our Money? Free PDF
 
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..... will finish this later.....
 
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Thanks IR, I will check some of these out.

FYI, a GREAT book about gun laws/controll, is Unintended Consequences, by Jon Ross. It is definately required reading for Libertarians or Constitutionalists.
 
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