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What is some good Libertarian literature?
the conquest of bread
Riding the Tiger
>>11373121Capitalism Ho! Fucking BASED man BASED. Commies absolutely BTFO , their rooms aren't CLEAN.
>>11373144>Get btfo out using facts, reason, and logic >M-muh s-sarcasm! T-that'll s-save me!
>>11373144This but unironically
eternal glory to the jewish bourgeois by shlomo shekelstein, phd
>>11373451>ayn rand is a libertarian
Hans Herman "Hippity Hoppity Property" Hoppe
dumb kike worshippers
This book cleared up a lot of things for me and helped me understand certain ideas better.Also, anything by Mencken is always worth a read.
Albert Jay Nock the OG libertarian
>>11373033>>11373033Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our FreedomThe Revolution: A ManifestoEnd The Fed
>>11373033The libertarian equivalent of the bible is By The People by Charles Murray, which is an objectively amazing book, and should be read by everybody.Saying Yes by Jacob Sullum is the best one-volume treatment of American drug use. He also wrote an excellent critique of the movement to ban smoking, For Your Own Good.Also check out Hazlitt's Economics In One Leson, and everything Thomas Sowell and Murray Rothbard ever wrote.
The Road to Serfdom and The Federalist Papers
The Machinery of Freedom is likely the most sensible non-meme argument for an An-Cap style society out there. When I read the book for the first time I was struck with a sense of how far the concept has fallen to be associated nearly entirely with BDSM MLP furries.