What's a good book to educate myself with?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Havok Se7en, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. #1 Havok Se7en, Dec 25, 2012
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    Well? I never read, sadly to say.

    I prefer non-fiction, but if it's like some 1984 shit thats cool too.

    I posted this in the politics section because I seek literature about the world/government.
  2. lies the government told you by Andrew Napolitano
  3. End the fed

    -Ron Paul
  4. Island by Aldous Huxley and The Iron Heel by Jack London
  5. The Real Crash/Crash Proof 2.0 - Peter Schiff
    The Law - Frederic Bastiat
    End the Fed/Liberty Defined/The Case for Gold - Ron Paul
    Man, Economy, and State/Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy - Murray Rothbard

    Podcasts by Stefan Molyneux and Adam Kokesh on Youtube (just subscribe to both of them for daily updates)
  6. #9 phyer, Dec 26, 2012
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    Reads like a spy novel but also one of the most educational books I've read.

    Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Then of course A Brave New World and 1984

    I recommend Atlas Shrugged when people ask me at work (I work in a bookstore) but only because others have told me so much about it. The Creature from Jekyll Island is great as is Ron Pauls books. I could go on and on but thats that...
  7. I lent someone my copy of the Communist Manifesto and a few of Mao's books and they never returned them, although that does seem oddly appropriate.
  8. Hegemony or Survival by Noam Chomsky

    No Logo by Naiomi Klein

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