What are your favorite books espousing free-market ideology that are around the 100 page mark?
I particularly enjoyed anatomy of the state. I am now reading the anti-capitalist mentality by Mises, and I now understand why this site is dedicated to him. He truly was a genious!
I figure I'll just list a lot of little treatments...
Anatomy of the State
An Introduction to Austrian Economics
Antitrust: The Case for Repeal
Against Intellectual Property
Cost and Choice
Early Speculative Bubbles and Increases in the Supply of Money
The Kingdom of Moltz
"That Which Is Seen, and That Which Is Not Seen"
Mises and Austrian Economics: A Personal View
The Nature of Man and His Government
What Has Government Done to Our Money?
The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar
On the "patron saint" of the Institute,
Why Mises (and not Hayek)?
Economics in One Lesson by Hazlitt may be the "poster boy" for this for Austrian type people
"As in a kaleidoscope, the constellation of forces operating in the system as a whole is ever changing." - Ludwig Lachmann
"When A Man Dies A World Goes Out of Existence" - GLS Shackle
I really recommend Albert Jay Nock, Our Enemy, The State. The edition on mises.org is technically about 200 pages but each page has about half the text of, say, the online editions of Mises works and the work can be completed within a couple of hours. In fact I highly recommend all of Nock's works.
Yeah, EiOL is closer to 200 pages (especially if you use the 1978 edition). If he would have said 150 pages or less, I probably could have added at least 25% more titles.