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Ya'll need Mises.

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I need the ten most important books on right libertarianism. I don't have time for the long ass redundant charts.


Anatomy of the state

Murray rothbard

Democracy, the God that failed

Hans Hoppe

they're on libgen.io and I think Mises.org



I'd throw in Social Justice & The Indian Rope Trick, but OP probably doesn't have enough brain cells to read it. That one Libertarianism book (literally called Libertarianism IIRC) with the Gadsden flag on it is probably about as basic bitch as it gets for explaining this shit to OP.



The Libertarian Mind by David Boaz is the one I'm thinking of. Keep it simple.


>right libertarianism

Wtf does 'right' mean in this context?



Libertarian meaning less government. Right meaning capitalist and individualist


UPB by Molymeme is a good short read if your ADHD is stopping you from actually studying.


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Here's a few more than ten, but it's a good list nonetheless. The most important "tree" here would probably be the left one about ethics, since libertarian ideology can be boiled down to a couple ethical axioms.



Thanks for that.


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Spontaneous order is pretty good. It's simple and interesting.



>For a New Liberty

>The Ethics of Liberty

>Democracy, the God that Failed

>Human Action OR Man, Economy and State with Power and Market

>The Law

>Economics in One Lesson

>The Myth of National Defense


>The Problem of Political Authority

>The Road to Serfdom

I'd say if you read these ten books, you know as much about libertarianism as most libertarians. Although Human Action is easily as long as three or four books, and MES is even longer. I don't know what exactly you want, if you just want a crash course, then you can remove the longer economic treatise, or you can keep it and remove Choice and Economics in One Lesson.

I've read all of these books (except MES, still on that), and like ten or twenty more, but I don't think I'm representative for libertarians more broadly. We are a wellread bunch but if you just read ten, no libertarian, I think, wil be able, in good conscience, to tell you to just read a book.



To be fair, you don't really need to read a lot of books to be a libertarian. It's a simple enough ideology.


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Pretty much. Pic related explains all you really need to know about the basics.



I can find all of them besides choice. Who is the author?


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are you ego dyke?

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