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  • Open Source Storywriting

    Hey libertarian community. I am trying to organize an effort to create an open source work of fiction (maybe a novel) in an open source enviornment. If anyone is interested, please contact me.
    Posted to General (Forum) by GregSun on Fri, May 3 2013
  • Libertarian Books Suggestions

    Since I am a beginner in libertarianism, I am started reading books with libertarian background. I already finished the Road to Serfdom. Soon, I will finish the Capitalism and Freedom. -What do you suggest me next? -Should I continue reading libertarianism from a philosophical point of view or it is...
    Posted to General (Forum) by LandJ on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • What Happened to the Mises Stanza Catalog?

    Does anyone know what the story is with the Mises Stanza catalog and why all of the free books have been stripped out. Thanks!
    Posted to General (Forum) by Matt Johnson on Wed, Sep 19 2012
  • Re: Looking For Something New To Read

    You might find something here you'll like... Reading lists
    Posted to General (Forum) by John James on Sun, Aug 7 2011
  • Re: PIG to Socialism

    MB: I've been an editor at National Review for a the past three years and write a blog, Exchequer, about public debt. I was at the Institute for Humane Studies before that, and in the newspaper business before that. I don't know that I'd call myself an Austrian, simply because that would...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Kevin Williamson on Fri, Jan 21 2011
  • Book: The Year Money Grew on Trees

    I saw this at the library and it piqued my curiosity. No, this is not about the Fed and money printing. It's a pretty good story about a teenage boy who gets a neglected orchard up and running. It turns out to be a lot of work, but there are lessons about entrepreneurship, supply and demand, honoring...
    Posted to General (Forum) by econbuff on Sun, Jan 16 2011
  • Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War?

    Has anyone on here read Viktor Surovov's controversial book Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War? ? Link: http://www.amazon.com/Icebreaker-Who-Started-Second-World/dp/0241126223 . It looks incredibly interesting. A very different take on WWII than we're taught in school. If anyone has...
    Posted to General (Forum) by BrianAnderson on Sun, Jul 11 2010
  • Best Fiction (Books or Movies) With a Theme of Freedom

    I feel like this could end up being a fun post. I still haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but I've heard from everyone that it's a great book and promotes the free market. What are some other good books and movies that support the idea of a free society. Only fiction, please. However, if you know...
    Posted to General (Forum) by BrianAnderson on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Book Suggestions?

    I have $250 to spend on books. What should I get? Interests: Political philosophy (anarchism especially), economics, US history I'd prefer to purchase them all from the Mises Store. Thanks!
    Posted to General (Forum) by NonAntiAnarchist on Tue, Mar 16 2010
  • All Mises U content now available through Bit Torrent

    I thought this would be a good way of spreading our message freely, further, and faster. I arranged all information within the torrent exactly as it was downloaded from the beautifully-arranged Mises U that you have implemented on iTunes. I thought this additional format of delivery would be handy for...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mattthetalker on Fri, Mar 5 2010
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