Welcome to the first edition of Liberation Library Book Reviews on the Liberty Weekly Podcast. For the first time ever, the show is also available via video feed! In episode 42, I review a bunch of books that led me down the path to voluntaryism.

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Books mentioned in the Show:

Frederic Bastiat: Selected Essays on Political Economy

Frederic Bastiat: The Law (Free PDF)

Henry Hazlitt: Economics in One Lesson

Ludwig von Mises: Bureaucracy

Murray Rothbard: Anatomy of the State

Murray Rothbard: Anatomy of the State (Free PDF)

Murray Rothbard: The Mystery of Banking

Murray Rothbard: The Mystery of Banking (Mises Institute Link)

Bruce L. Benson: The Enterprise of Law–Justice Without the State



Online Library of Liberty: Liberty Fund

Show Notes:

Free Domain Radio: The Story of Your Enslavement

The Liberty Weekly Podcast Ep. 36: Non-State Justice Systems–A Primer

The Liberty Weekly Podcast Ep. 28: Liberty Weekly and the Constitution of No Authority

The Liberty Weekly Podcast Ep. 27: The Man Behind the Beard–Lysander Spooner

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By Patrick MacFarlane

Patrick MacFarlane is the Justin Raimondo Fellow at the Libertarian Institute where he advocates a noninterventionist foreign policy. He is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast at www.libertyweekly.net, where he seeks to expose establishment narratives with well researched documentary-style content and insightful guest interviews. His work also appears on http://www.antiwar.com in the viewpoints section. He may be reached at patrick.macfarlane@libertyweekly.net

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