Hickory 50’s

  1. The Ultimate Resource (1981;II 1997) Julian Lincoln Simon
  2. From Marx To Mises (1992) D.R. Steele
  3. Escape From Leviathan (2000) J.C. Lester
  4. The Republic (c421BC) Plato
  5. Complete Works of Shakespeare
  6. Conjectures and Refutations (1963) K.R. Popper
  7. Leviathan (1651) Thomas Hobbes
  8. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776-1788) Edward Gibbon
  9. An Enquiry Concerning the Principle of Morals (1751) David Hume
  10. Human Action (1949) Ludwig Von Mises
  11. The World as Will and Representation (1818) Arthur Schopenhauer
  12. Mathematical Thought from Ancient To Modern Times (1972) Morris Kline
  13. The Health Hazards of NOT going Nuclear (1976) Petr Beckmann
  14. The Great Illusion (1910) Norman Angell
  15. The Peloponnesian War (c431BC) Thucydides
  16. Political Parties (1911) Robert Michels
  17. Equality, The Third World and Economic Delusion (1981) Peter T. Bauer
  18. The Wealth of Nations (1776) Adam Smith
  19. The Common Sense of Political Economy (1910) P.H. Wicksteed
  20. The Jesus Legend (1996) G.A. Wells
  21. The Origin of the Species (1859) Charles Darwin
  22. The Descent of Man (1871) Charles Darwin
  23. Expressions of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872) Charles Darwin
  24. The Selfish Gene (1976) Richard Dawkins
  25. The Evolution of Cooperation (1984) Robert Axelrod
  26. A Critique of Pure Reason (1781) Immanuel Kant
    1. The Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals (1785)
  27. A Pure Theory of Democracy (1918) W.H. Mallock
  28. Pluto’s Republic (1985) Peter Medawar
  29. Democracy in America (1835) Alexis de Tocqueville
  30. Magic Universe (2003) Nigel Calder
  31. Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) Edmund Burke
  32. Life of Samuel Johnson (1791) James Boswell
  33. History of England (1848-1861) Thomas Babington Macaulay
  34. Canterbury Tales (1387) Geoffery Chaucer
  35. Political Writings (1867), 2 vols, Richard Cobden
  36. Personal Knowledge (1958) Michael Polanyi
  37. The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934) Karl Popper
  38. On Liberty (1859) J.S. Mill
  39. Alan Turing: the Enigma (1983) Andrew Hodges
  40. The History of Western Philosophy (1945) Bertrand Russell
  41. History of the Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ (1786) Joseph Priestley
  42. Principles of Psychology (1890) William James
  43. The Open Society and its Enemies (1945) Karl Popper
  44. The Road to Serfdom (1944) F. A. Hayek
  45. German Social Democracy (1898) Bertrand Russell
  46. Diaries (1825) Samuel Pepys
  47. Principles of Economics (1890) Alfred Marshall
  48. The Origins of the Second World War (1961) A.J.P. Taylor
  49. Alienation and the Soviet Economy (1971) Paul Craig Roberts
  50. The Causes of War (1973) Geoffery Blainey

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