Selected Bibliography for State Exempt: Part III

Well, I mean to have this post scheduled to be auto-posted but it looks like I failed to set the draft up for that purpose. Anyhow, here it is.


Now the third part of a series of posts detailing a list of selected readings related to the subject matter of “State Exempt.”


1. The P.I.G. to Capitalism

2. Concise Guide to Economics

3. Economics in One Lesson

4. How Capitalism Saved America

5. Economic Facts and Fallacies

6. Freedomnomics

7. Free to Choose

8. P.I.G. to the Great Depression and the New Deal

9. The Creature from Jekyll Island

10. New Deal or Raw Deal

11. FDR’s Folly

12. The Case for Legalizing Capitalism

13. The Big Ripoff

14. Myth of the Robber Barons

15. Myths of Rich and Poor

16. Markets Not Capitalism

17. Hidden Order

18. Liberty Versus the Tyranny of Socialism

19. What’s Yours is Mine

20. Future Imperfect

21. The Left, the Right, and the State

22. The Triumph of Conservatism

23. Crisis and Leviathan

24. Losing Ground

25. In Our Hands

26. Priceless

27. From Mutual Aid to Welfare State

28. The Tragedy of American Compassion

29. Man, Economy, & State w/Power & Market

30. Out of Work

31. Free Market Cure

32. Shadow Bosses

33. Meltdown

34. Why Men Earn More

35. How Privatized Banking Really Works


Out of the five lists I have planned, this one is likely to grow by at least another additional ten books by the time State Exempt hits the shelves. Economics in general involves quite a bit of things to take into account, so I guess I can’t complain.


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