Spring/Summer Reading

I thought that a good way to introduce myself and my various interests would be to list the books I have read this spring and summer. The hyperlinks are either to a free version or an amazon.com listing. (F) indicates that the book can be found for free somewhere on the net. Some of the links will go directly to free versions, while others are for commercial sites if I can’t recall the address to the free version. Here goes:

The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I – Thomas Fleming

The Great Admirals: Command at Sea, 1587-1945 – Jack Sweetman

Luxury Fleet: The Imperial German Navy 1888-1918 – Holger Herwig

The Long Fuse: An Interpretation of the Origins of World War I – Laurence Lafore

Bright Air, Brilliant Fire: On The Matter Of The Mind – Gerald M. Edelman

What Evolution Is – Ernst Mayr

People as Living Things – Philip Julian Runkel

Making Sense of Behavior: The Meaning of Control – William T. Powers

Behavior: The Control of Perception – William T. Powers

The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar – Murray Rothbard (F)

A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism – Hans-Hermann Hoppe (F)

A History of Money and Banking in the United States – Murray Rothbard (F)

The Rise and Fall of Society – Frank Chodorov (F)

The Ethics of Liberty –  Murray Rothbard (F)

For A New Liberty –  Murray Rothbard (F)

Time Will Run Back – Henry Hazlitt (F)

The State – Franz Oppenheimer (F)

Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse – Thomas Woods

The Bastiat Collection – Volume 1 – Frederic Bastiat (F)

The Empire of the Ptolemies – John Mahaffy (F)

A History of Cavalry From The Earlies Times – George Denison (F)

Great Wars and Great Leaders: A Libertarian Rebuttal – Ralph Raico (F)

A Lodging of Wayfaring Men – Paul Rosenberg (F)

The Golden Age of Science Fiction: An Anthology of 50 Short Stories – Vols 1-4

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