Mission to Complete Mises.org Free Elibrary

On January 1st, 2012, I committed to completing the Mises Institute’s free Epub library: https://mises.org/library/books?book_type=537

Books are rated from 0-5 stars.

Books Remaining: 0

Books on list but unavailable for download: 6

Against the State- Lew Rockwell (190 pages)

Commie Cowboys- Ryan McMaken ()

Haiku Economist: 101 Poems, Economic principles economically expressed- Jim Cox ()

Real Dissent- Thomas Wood, Jr. (356 pages)

Swords into Plowshares- Ron Paul (183 pages)

TANSTAAFL- Edwin Dolan (240 pages)

Completed: 309

Accent On The Right – Leonard Read (126 pages) – 2 stars

Against Intellectual Property- Stephan Kinsella (72 pages) – 0 stars

Against the Tide- Wilhelm Ropke (269 pages) – 2 stars

American Omen- Garet Garrett (188 pages) – 4 stars

American Story- Garet Garrett (413 pages) – 4 stars

America’s Great Depression – Murray Rothbard (368 pages) – 2.5 stars

America’s Money Machine- Elgin Groseclose (302 pages) – 1.5 stars

Anatomy of the State- Murray Rothbard (60 pages) – 3 stars

Anti-Capitalist Mentality- Ludwig von Mises (120 pages) – 3 stars

Antitrust: The Case for Repeal- Dominick Armentano (128 pages) – 2 stars

Anything That’s Peaceful- Leonard Read (254 pages) – 2 stars

As We Go Marching- John Flynn (296 pages) – 5 stars

Aspects of the Pathology of Money- Michael Heilperin (296 pages) – 1.5 stars

Austrian Macroeconomics- Roger Garrison (43 pages) – 2 stars

Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought- Murray Rothbard (1084 pages) – 5 stars

Austrian School of Economics- Eugen Maria Schulak and Herbert Unterkofler (261 pages) – 2.5 stars

Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle and Other Essays- Richard Ebeling (125 pages) – 2 stars

Awake For Freedom’s Sake- Leonard Read (145 pages) – 2 stars

Away From Freedom- Vernon Orval Watts (120 pages) – 2 stars

Back Door to War: The Roosevelt Foreign Policy- Charles Callan Tinsill (1861 pages) – 4 stars

Bagels, Barry Bonds & Rotten Politicians- Burton Blumert (366 pages) – 4 stars

Banking and the Business Cycle- C.A. Phillips (289 pages) – 1 star

Bastiat Collection- Frederic Bastiat (1042 pages) – 5 stars

Betrayal of the American Right- Murray Rothbard (231 pages) – 3 stars

Boundaries of Order- Butler Shaffer (350 pages) – 4 stars

Bourbon for Breakfast- Jeffrey Tucker (362 pages) – 2 stars

Bubble That Broke the World- Garet Garrett (190 pages) – 4 stars

Building Blocks for Liberty- Walter Block (418 pages) – 2.5 stars

Bureaucracy- Ludwig von Mises (120 pages) – 3 stars

Business Tides (Henry Hazlitt) (898 pages) – 2 stars

Capital and Interest- Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk (479 pages) – 4 stars

Capital and Its Structure- Ludwig Lachmann (146 pages) – 3.5 stars

Capital and Production- Richard von Strigl (176 pages) – 1 star

Capital in Disequilibrium- Peter Lewin (277 pages) – 2.5 stars

Capital, Interest and Rent- Frank Fetter (410 pages) – 2 stars

Capitalist and The Entrepreneur- Peter Klein (259 pages) – 2 stars

The Case Against the Fed- Murray Rothbard (158 pages) – 3 stars

The Case For a 100 Percent Gold Dollar- Murray Rothbard (75 pages) – 5 stars

Case for Discrimination- Walter Block (512 pages) – 3 stars

The Case For Gold: Minority Report of the U.S. Gold Commission- Ron Paul (227 pages) – 3 stars

Case for Legalizing Capitalism- Kel Kelly (405 pages) – 2.5 stars

Castles in the Air- Leonard Read (280 pages) – 2 stars

The Causes of the Economic Crisis- Ludwig von Mises (227 pages) – 3 stars

A Century of War- John Denson (207 pages) – 5 stars

Chaos Theory- Robert Murphy (76 pages) – 3 stars

Choice in Currency- F.A. Hayek (48 pages) – 1 star

The Cinder Buggy- Garet Garrett (365 pages) – 4 stars

Class of Group Interests- Ludwig von Mises (72 pages) – 3 stars

Classical Liberalism & the Austrian School- Ralph Raico (372 pages) – 3 stars

Collectivist Economic Planning- F.A. Hayek (300 pages) – 1 star

Comes The Dawn- Leonard Read (154 pages) – 2 stars

Common Sense Economics- Albert Hahn (260 pages) – 1 star

Complete Libertarian Forum (1969-1984) (1242 pages) – 5 stars

Conceived in Liberty- Murray Rothbard (1668 pages) – 5 stars

Conquest of Poverty- Henry Hazlitt (242 pages) – 2.5 stars

Control or Economic Law- Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk (60 pages) – 3 stars

Country Squire in the White House- John Flynn (130 pages) – 2.5 stars

Credit Policies of the Federal Reserve- Charles Hardy (616 pages) – 1 star

Crises and Cycles- Wilhelm Ropke (238 pages) – 1 star

Critics of Keynesian Economics- Henry Hazlitt (438 pages) – 3 stars

Critique of Interventionism- Ludwig von Mises (139 pages) – 3 stars

The De Moneta of Nicholas Oresme and English Mint Documents-  (260 pages) – 2 stars

The Decline of the American Republic- John Flynn (224 pages) – 2.5 stars

Deep Freeze: Iceland’s Economic Collapse- Philip Bagus (156 pages) – 2.5 stars

Deeper Than You Think- Leonard Read (151 pages) – 2 stars

Defending the Undefendable- Walter Block (257 pages) – 4.5 stars

Deflation and Liberty- Guido Jorg Hulsmann (42 pages) – 4 stars

Denationalisation of Money: The Argument Refined- F.A. Hayek (144 pages) – 1 star

The Development of Economic Doctrine- Alexander Gray (384 pages) – 1 star

The Driver- Garet Garrett (302 pages) – 4 stars

Early Speculative Bubbles- D. French (144 pages) – 3.5 stars

Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth- Ludwig von Mises (71 pages) – 4 stars

Economic Controversies- Murray Rothbard (997 pages) – 4 stars

Economic Depressions: Their Cause and Cure- Murray Rothbard (50 pages) – 3 stars

Economic Point of View- Israel Kirzner (250 pages) – 2.5 stars

Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow- Ludwig von Mises (108 pages) – 3 stars

Economic Principles- Frank Fetter (531 pages) – 1.5 stars

Economic Science and the Austrian Method- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (89 pages) – 5 stars

Economics and Ethics of Private Property- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (431 pages) – 5 stars

Economics of the Public Welfare- Benjamin Anderson (595 pages) – 1 star

The Economics of Illusion- Albert Hahn (281 pages) – 1 star

Economics of Liberty- Lew Rockwell (390 pages) – 3 stars

The Economics of Prohibition- Mark Thornton (184 pages) – 2.5 stars

The Economics of the Colour Bar- William Hutt (193 pages) – 2 stars

The Economics of the Free Society- Wilhelm Ropke (287 pages) – 1.5 stars

Education: Free and Compulsory- Murray Rothbard (58 pages) – 4 stars

Efficiency and Externalities in an Open-Ended Universe- Roy Cordato (162 pages) – 2 stars

Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature and Other Essays- Murray Rothbard (321 pages) – 4 stars

Elements of Libertarian Leadership- Leondard Read (124 pages) – 2 stars

Epistemological Problems in Economics- Ludwig von Mises (341 pages) – 3 stars

Essay on Economic Theory- Richard Cantillon (252 pages) – 2 stars

Essays on Freedom and Power- Lord Acton (518 pages) – 3.5 stars

Essential Rothbard- David Gordon (184 pages) – 2.5 stars

Essential von Mises- Murray Rothbard (136 pages) – 3 stars

Essentials of Economic Theory- John Bates Clark (584 pages) – 1 star

Essentials of Economics- Faustino Ballve (129 pages) – 1.5 stars

The Ethics of Liberty- Murray Rothbard (391 pages) – 5 stars

The Ethics of Money Production- Guido Jorg Hulsmann (292 pages) – 4 stars

Exchange, Prices & Production in Hyper-Inflation- F. Graham (380 pages) – 1.5 stars

Fabian Freeway: High Road to Socialism in the U.S.A.- Rose A. Martin (603 pages) – 2 stars

Failure of the “New Economics”- Henry Hazlitt (470 pages) – 2 stars

Fascism versus Capitalism – Lew Rockwell (182 pages) – 3 stars

Fiat Money Inflation in France- Andrew Dickson White (80 pages) – 2 stars

For A New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto- Murray Rothbard (419 pages) – 5 stars

Foreign Policy of Freedom- Ron Paul (372 pages) – 3 stars

Forty Centuries of Wage & Price Controls- Schuettinger & Butler (192 pages) – 3 stars

Foundations of the Market Price System- Milton Shapiro (424 pages) – 2 stars

Frederic Bastiat: A Man Alone- George Charles Roche III (256 pages) – 2.5 stars

Free Banking: Theory, History and a Laissez-Faire Model- Larry Sechrest (231 pages) – 1 star

Free Man’s Library- Henry Hazlitt (180 pages) – 1.5 stars

Free Market Economics: A Reader- Bettina Bien Greaves (298 pages) – 1.5 stars

Free Market Economics: A Syllabus- Bettina Bien Greaves (250 pages) – 1.5 stars

A Free Market Monetary System and The Pretense of Knowledge- F.A. Hayek (56 pages) – 2 stars

Free Market Reader- Lew Rockwell (400 pages) – 2.5 stars

Freedom Under Siege- Ron Paul (174 pages) – 2.5 stars

The Freeman Book- Albert Nock (416 pages) – 2.5 stars

From Aristocracy to Monarchy to Democracy- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (75 pages) – 3.5 stars

From Bretton Woods to World Inflation- Henry Hazlitt (185 pages) – 2 stars

The German Question- Wilhelm Ropke (216 pages) – 2 stars

Give Me Liberty- Rose Wilder Lane (68 pages) – 3.5 stars

God’s Gold: The Story of Rockefeller and His Times- John Flynn (552 pages) – 3 stars

Gold & the Gold Standard- E. Kemmerer (245 pages) – 3.5 stars

Gold Standard- Perspectives in the Austrian School- Lew Rockwell (147 pages) – 4 stars

Gold, Peace and Prosperity: The Birth Of A New Currency- Ron Paul (57 pages) – 3 stars

The Great American Land Bubble- A.M. Sakolski (434 pages) – 2.5 stars

Great Austrian Economists- Randall Holcombe (271 pages) – 2 stars

The Great Depression- Lionel Robbins (254 pages) – 1.5 stars

Great Wars and Great Leaders- Ralph Raico (263 pages) – 5 stars

Harangue- Garet Garrett (268 pages) – 4 stars

Having My Way- Leonard Read (176 pages) – 2 stars

History of Money & Banking in the United States- M. Rothbard (510 pages) – 5 stars

The Historical Setting of the Austrian School- Ludwig von Mises (33 pages) – 3.5 stars

Honest Money- Gary North (184 pages) – 3 stars

How Diplomats Make War- Francis Nielson (403 pages) – 2.5 stars

How Do We Know- Leonard Read (120 pages) – 2 stars

How They Succeeded- Orison Swett Marden (371 pages) – 2 stars

Human Action: Study Guide- Robert P. Murphy (380 pages) – 1 star

Human Action- Ludwig von Mises (912 pages) – 4.5 stars

I Chose Liberty- Walter Block (440 pages) – 2.5 stars

Ideas on Liberty- Robert Anderson (144 pages) – 2 stars

Imperialism and Social Classes- Joseph Schumpeter (192 pages) – 2 stars

In Restraint of Trade- Butler Shaffer (286 pages) – 4 stars

Inclined To Liberty- Louis Carabini (112 pages) – 2 stars

The Income Tax: The Root of All Evil- Frank Chodorov (91 pages) – 2.5 stars

Individualism and Economic Order- F.A. Hayek (280 pages) – 1 star

Inflation Crisis and How to Resolve It- Henry Hazlitt (191 pages) – 2 stars

Instead of Violence- Leonard Read (39 pages) – 2 stars

Interest and Prices- Knut Wicksell (273 pages) – 1.5 stars

International Economic Disintegration- Wilhelm Ropke (297 pages) – 1 star

International Order and Economic Integration- Wilhelm Ropke (276 pages) – 1 star

Introduction to Austrian Economics- Thomas Taylor (96 pages) – 3 stars

Introduction to the Theory of Value- William Smart (153 pages) – 2.5 stars

Investigations into the Method of the Social Sciences- Carl Menger (260 pages) – 3.5 stars

The Irrepressible Rothbard- Murray Rothbard (431 pages) – 3.5 stars

Is the Market a Test of Truth and Beauty- Leland Yeager (538 pages) – 2 stars

It’s A Jetsons World- Jeffrey Tucker (320 pages) – 2 stars

Jefferson- Albert Nock (357 pages) – 2.5 stars

Karl Marx and the Close of His System- Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk (256 pages) – 2.5 stars

Keynes the Man- Murray Rothbard (68 pages) – 3 stars

Kohler Strike: Union Violence and Administrative Law- Sylvester Petro (126 pages) – 1 star

Labor Policy of the Free Society- Sylvester Petro (351 pages) – 1 star

Lectures on Political Economy- Knut Wicksell (570 pages) – 2 stars

Left & Right: A Journal of Libertarian Thought (1965-1968) (690 pages) – 5 stars

Left, Right and the Prospects for Liberty- Murray Rothbard (56 pages) – 4 stars

Leftism- E. Kuehnelt-Leddihn (652 pages) – 3.5 stars

Lessons for the Young Economist- Robert Murphy (422 pages) – 2.5 stars

Let Freedom Reign- Leonard Read (168 pages) – 2 stars

Liberal Tradition From Fox to Keynes- Alan Bullock and Maurice Shock (342 pages) – 2 stars

Liberalism- Ludwig von Mises (207 pages) – 3 stars

Libertarian Critique of Intellectual Property- Butler Shaffer (60 pages) – 2 stars

Liberty and Property- Ludwig von Mises (53 pages) – 3 stars

Liberty or Equality- E. Kuehnelt-Leddihn (409 pages) – 3.5 stars

Liberty: A Path to Its Recovery- F.A. Harper (153 pages) – 2.5 stars

Literature and the Economics of Liberty- Paul Cantor and Stephan Cox (509 pages) – 2 stars

Ludwig von Mises On Money & Inflation- B. Greaves (91 pages) – 1.5 stars

Mainspring of Human Progress- Henry Grady Weaver (360 pages) – 2.5 stars

Making Economic Sense- Murray Rothbard (516 pages) – 4 stars

The Man Versus The State- Herbert Spencer (550 pages) – 3 stars

The Man Versus the Welfare State- Henry Hazlitt (225 pages) – 3 stars

Man, Economy & Liberty- Block & Rockwell (448 pages) – 3 stars

Man, Economy and State with Power and Market- Murray Rothbard (1440 pages) – 5 stars

Man, Economy and State: Study Guide- Robert P. Murphy (255 pages) – 1 star

Market For Liberty- Linda and Morris Tannehill (169 pages) – 5 stars

Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction- Ludwig von Mises (125 pages) – 3 stars

Memoirs- Ludwig von Mises (126 pages) – 3.5 stars

Memoirs of a Superfluous Man- Albert Nock (326 pages) – 3 stars

Men Against the State- James Martin (335 pages) – 3 stars

Men of Wealth- John Flynn (568 pages) – 3 stars

Menace of the Herd or Procrustes at Large- Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn (414 pages) – 3 stars

The Merchants of Death- H.C. Engelbrecht (338 pages) – 2.5 stars

Mises and Austrian Economics: A Personal View- Ron Paul (55 pages) – 2.5 stars

Mises On Money- Gary North (144 pages) – 2.5 stars

Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism- Guido Jorg Hulsmann (1143 pages) – 3 stars

Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles- Jesus Huerta de Soto (885 pages) – 5 stars

Money, Method, and the Market Process- Ludwig von Mises (325 pages) – 3 stars

Money, Sound and Unsound- Joseph T. Salerno (672 pages) – 5 stars

My Years with Ludwig von Mises- Margit von Mises (242 pages) – 3 stars

The Mystery of Banking- Murray Rothbard (298 pages) – 3 stars

The Myth of a Guilty Nation- Albert Nock (124 pages) – 3 stars

The Myth of National Defense- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (464 pages) – 5 stars

Nation, State, and Economy- Ludwig von Mises (220 pages) – 3 stars

Natural Elites, Intellectuals and the State- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (24 pages) – 3.5 stars

The New Deal in Old Rome- H.J. Haskell (284 pages) – 3 stars

New Directions in Austrian Economics- Louis Spadaro (239 pages) – 1.5 stars

The Next Generation of Austrian Economics- Per Bylund, David Howden (242 pages) – 1.5 stars

Omnipotent Government- Ludwig von Mises (291 pages) – 3 stars

On Doing the Right Thing- Albert Nock (264 pages) – 2 stars

On Freedom and Free Enterprise- M. Sennholz (333 pages) – 2 stars

One is a Crowd- Frank Chodorov (192 pages) – 3 stars

Organization of Debt into Currency and Other Papers- Charles Holt Carroll (466 pages) – 1 star

Organized Crime- Thomas J. DiLorenzo (232 pages) – 3 stars

The Origins of Money- Carl Menger (54 pages) – 5 stars

The Origins of the Federal Reserve- Murray Rothbard (120 pages) – 3 stars

Our Enemy, The State- Albert Nock (209 pages) – 3 stars

Ouroboros or the Mechanical Extension of Mankind- Garet Garrett (108 pages) – 3.5 stars

Out of Step- Frank Chodorov (273 pages) – 3 stars

Outline of International Price Theories- Chi-Yuen, Wu (385 pages) – 1.5 stars

Outlook for Freedom – Leonard Read (27 pages) – 2 stars

The Panic of 18919: Reactions and Policies- Murray Rothbard (282 pages) – 2.5 stars

Peal Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy- Percy Greaves (937 pages) – 4 stars

Pearl Harbor: The Story of the Secret War- George Morgenstern (454 pages) – 4 stars

The Philosophy of Ownership- Robert LeFevre (93 pages) – 3 stars

Pictures of the Socialistic Future- Eugene Richter (160 pages) – 4 stars

Place of Religion in Liberal Philosophy- Ralph Raico (177 pages) – 3 stars

Planned Chaos- Ludwig von Mises (100 pages) – 3 stars

Politically Impossible- William Hutt (110 pages) – 3.5 stars

The Politics of Obedience- Etienne de la Boetie (81 pages) – 5 stars

The Positive Theory of Capital- Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk (468 pages) – 4 stars

Praxeology and Understanding- George Selgin (77 pages) – 2.5 stars

Prices and Production and Other Works- F.A. Hayek (564 pages) – 1 star

Principles of Economics- Carl Menger (328 pages) – 4 stars

Principles of Ethics: Anthology- Herbert Spencer (2118 pages) – 3 stars

The Private Production of Defense- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (56 pages) – 5 stars

The Privatization of Roads & Highways- Walter Block (494 pages) – 5 stars

Production of Security- Gustave de Molinari (64 pages) – 5 stars

Profit and Loss- Ludwig von Mises (57 pages) – 3 stars

Property, Freedom, and Society: Essays in Honor of Hans-Hermann Hoppe (424 pages) – 3 stars

Prosperity and Depression- Gottfried Haberler (556 pages) – 3.5 stars

Prosperity Through Competition- Ludwig Erhard (275 pages) – 2 stars

The Pure Time-Preference Theory of Interest- Jeffrey Herbener (188 pages) – 3 stars

Pursue the Cause of Liberty: A Farewell to Congress- Ron Paul (66 pages) – 4 stars

Quotable Mises: Mark Thornton (307 pages) – 2 stars

Reassessing the Presidency- John Denson (791 pages) – 5 stars

Recent Literature on Interest- Eugen von Boehm-Bawerk (197 pages) – 3 stars

A Rehabilitation of Say’s Law- William Hutt (160 pages) – 3 stars

Requiem for Marx- Yuri Maltsev (304 pages) – 2.5 stars

Resist Not Evil- Clarence Darrow (112 pages) – 3.5 stars

Return to Protection- William Smart (196 pages) – 1.5 stars

Review of Austrian Economics (1990-1995, 10 volumes)- 2960 pages – 5 stars

The Rise and Fall of Society- Frank Chodorov (194 pages) – 3 stars

The Roosevelt Myth- John Flynn (438 pages) – 3 stars

The Rothbard Reader (320 pages) – 3 stars

Rothbard vs. the Philosophers- Murray Rothbard (176 pages) – 3 stars

Satan’s Bushel- Garet Garrett (214 pages) – 4 stars

School of Salmanaca- Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson (153 pages) – 3 stars

Science, Technology, and Government- Murray Newton Rothbard (128 pages) – 3 stars

A Short History of Man: Progress and Decline- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (144 pages) – 3.5 stars

A Short History of Money and Banking- William Gouge (420 pages) – 1 star

Snoring as a Fine Art- Albert Nock (210 pages) – 2.5 stars

Socialism and International Economic Order- Elisabeth Tamedly (322 pages) – 2.5 stars

Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis- Ludwig von Mises (599 pages) – 4 stars

The Socialist Tradition: Moses to Lenin- Alexander Gray (531 pages) – 3.5 stars

Speaking of Liberty- Lew Rockwell (470 pages) – 3 stars

The Stock Market, Credit and Capital Formation- Fritz Machlup (307 pages) – 1.5 stars

Strictly Confidential- Murray Rothbard (431 pages) – 3 stars

The Strike-Threat System- William Hutt (304 pages) – 1 star

Studies in Economic Nationalism- Michael Heilperin (230 pages) – 1.5 stars

Study Guide to the The Theory of Money and Credit- Robert P. Murphy (262 pages) – 1 star

Tariff History of the United States- F.W. Taussig (362 pages) – 3 stars

Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance During The Great Depression- David Beito (232 pages) – 3 stars

The Law- Frederic Bastiat (61 pages) – 4 stars

The Left, the Right and the State- Lew Rockwell (554 pages) – 3 stars

The State- Franz Oppenheimer (148 pages) – 3 stars

Theory and History- Ludwig von Mises (384 pages) – 3.5 stars

The Theory of Collective Bargaining- William Hutt (153 pages) – 1 star

The Theory of Education in the United States- Albert Nock (170 pages) – 3 stars

Theory of Idle Resources- William Hutt (128 pages) – 2 stars

The Theory of Money and Credit- Ludwig von Mises (493 pages) – 4.5 stars

Theory of Money and Fiduciary Media- Guido Hulsmann (320 pages) – 4.5 stars

The Theory of Socialism and Capitalism- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (289 pages) – 5 stars

Thinking as a Science- Henry Hazlitt (259 pages) – 3 stars

A Tiger by the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation- F.A. Hayek (192 pages) – 1.5 stars

Time Will Run Back- Henry Hazlitt (386 pages) – 5 stars

Toward a Libertarian Society- Walter Block (220 pages) – 3 stars

Tracy: A Treatise on Political Economy- Count Destutt Tracy (379 pages) – 2.5 stars

The Tragedy of the Euro- Philipp Bagus (158 pages) – 3 stars

The Transformation of the American Economy (1865-1914)- Robert Higgs (160 pages) – 4 stars

Treatise on Currency and Banking- Condy Raguet (338 pages) – 1.5 stars

The Triumph of Gold- Charles Rist (157 pages) – 3 stars

The Turgot Collection- Anne Robert Jacques Turgot (534 pages) – 4 stars

The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science- Ludwig von Mises (141 pages) – 3 stars

Understanding the Dollar Crisis- Percy Greaves (334 pages) – 1.5 stars

The Value of Money- Benjamin Anderson (640 pages) – 1 star

Value, Capital, and Rent- Knut Wicksell (184 pages) – 1 star

The Vampire Economy: Doing Business Under Fascism- Gunter Reimann (350 pages) – 3.5 stars

Walk Away- Douglas French (93 pages) – 3 stars

Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy- Murray Rothbard (106 pages) – 3 stars

War Collectivism- Murray Rothbard (134 pages) – 3 stars

Way to Will Power- Henry Hazlitt (114 pages) – 3 stars

What Has Government Done to Our Money?- Murray Rothbard (128 pages) – 5 stars

What Must Be Done- Hans-Hermann Hoppe (400 pages) – 4 stars

What Social Classes Owe Each Other- William Graham Sumner (147 pages) – 2 stars

What You Should Know About Inflation- Henry Hazlitt (160 pages) – 2 stars

Where Lies This Fault?- Leonard Read (21 pages) – 2 stars

Why American History Is Not What They Say- Jeff Riggenbach (212 pages) – 4 stars

The Wild Wheel- Garet Garrett (227 pages) – 4 stars

Will Dollars Save the World?- Henry Hazlitt (95 pages) -2.5 stars

The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt- Henry Hazlitt (362 pages) – 2.5 stars

The Wizards of Ozymandias- Butler Shaffer (310 pages) – 4 stars

“At the same time, we all do well to emulate this master when we go about our work. When Rothbard would take on a subject, his very first stop was not to sit in an easy chair and think off the top of his head; instead, he went to the literature and sought to master it. He read everything he could from all points of view. He sought to become as much an expert in the topic as the other experts in the field. In other words, Rothbard’s first step toward writing was to learn as much as possible. He never stopped taking this step for his entire life. There was never a point when he woke up feeling as if he knew all that he needed to know. No matter how much he wrote, he was always careful to read even more.” ~Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Capitalism versus Fascism (2013)

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