What’s on your bookshelf?
Read along with the UPLP.
If a book you’ve read may have interest to Libertarian minds, and you want it to be added to the list, please email Secretary@UPLP.Org to recommend it. Thanks.
*Links will be included, to texts or pdf versions of a book, if one exists legally online.
- For a New Liberty (Rothbard, 1973)
- The Revolution (Paul, 2008)
- End The Fed (Paul, 2009)
- Merchants of Death (Engelbrecht, Hanighen, 1934)
- Choice (Murphy, 2015)
- Human Action (Mises, 1940)
- Socialism (Mises, 1951)
- Common Sense (Paine, 1776)
- Liberalism (Mises, 1927)
- Interventionism (Mises, 1926)
- Open Society and its Enemies (Popper, 1962)
- Omnipotent Government (Mises, 1944)
- Economics in One Lesson (Hazlitt, 1952)
- Anatomy of the State (Rothbard, 1974)
- Road to Serfdom (Hayek, 1944)
- The Theory of Money and Credit (Mises, 1912)
- A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism (Hoppe, 1989)
- The Law (Bastiat, 1850)
- The Myth of National Defense (Hoppe, 2003)
- An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Smith, 1776)
- The Cambridge History of American Foreign Relations (Perkins, 1993)
- The Anti-Federalist Papers (Henry, Yates & Byron, 1788)
- Good to Be King: The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom (Badnarik, 2010)
- Just and Unjust Wars (Walzer, 1977)
- Rise to Globalism – American Foreign Policy Since 1938 8th Ed, (Ambrose, Brinkley, 1997)
- Technology and Society (Ede, 2019)
- Robert’s Rules of Order, 12th Ed. (Robert, 2020)