by Michael Boldin
Here at the Tenth Amendment Center weâ€™ve had a number of requests to put together a recommended-books section on the website, and while that proposition isnâ€™t really as easy as it would seem, itâ€™s something weâ€™re working on. In the meantime, and especially after seeing Lew Rockwellâ€™s â€œSome Books I Likeâ€ post, I thought it was a good idea to do something similar here.
What follows are 18 books that Iâ€™ve found to be insightful, influential, educational, and/or moving over the years. Some are introductory and easy to read, others take a far more scholarly approach.
If youâ€™re looking for last-minute Christmas gifts or simply something new to tackle â€“ I believe each and every book here would be a good addition to your reading. And best yet â€“ anytime you go to Amazon.com through one of these links and make a purchase (for one of these books or anything on their site), a portion of the sale goes directly to support TenthAmendmentCenter.com. Thank you to everyone for your purchases on Amazon!
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