Podcasts about liberty books

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Podcasts about liberty books

  • Jake Desyllas

    Here are some podcast episodes about liberty-themed books from  The Voluntary Life.

    How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World (inc. part 2) by Harry Browne

    Fear of Freedom by Erich Fromm

    The Voluntary City (inc. part 2 and part 3) by David Beito et al.

    Instead of Education by John Holt

    The Sovereign Individual by James Dale Davidson and William Rees-Mogg

    The Virtue of Selfishness by Ayn Rand

    Unjobbing by Michael Fogler

    The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss

    Walden by Henry David Thoreau

    No Treason by Lysander Spooner

    Against Intellectual Property by Stephan Kinsella

    Everyday Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux

    For A New Liberty by Murray Rothbard

    There are also episodes about many liberty-themed novels too.

    I’d love to hear recommendations for liberty-themed book to review in future episodes. Let me know if you have a suggestion for one that would make a good group discussion and I can set up an event for participants here to take part in.

     

     

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  • Roger Browne

    I think “Market For Liberty” (by the Morris & Linda Tannehill) would be a great book for a group discussion, and it’s downloadable from Liberty.me

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    Roger Browne

    Actually I have a better suggestion: Ken Krawchuk’s “Atlas Snubbed”. It’s a follow-on to “Atlas Shrugged”, and it contrasts John Galt’s objectivist enclave (in the Gulch), against Eddie Willers’ voluntaryists (re-building society in Las Vegas).

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      Jake Desyllas

      Hehe, that sounds hilarious Roger! I am surprised that the objectivists in charge of Rand’s estate didn’t sue, since they are very keen on IP 🙂

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    Roger Browne

    Ken Krawchuk wrote “Atlas Snubbed” within the legal constraints of a parody, so that the Ayn Rand Estate can’t sue. But the book is a masterful work in its own right, not a cheap parody. It was great fun to meet all the characters again.

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    Jake Desyllas

    Cool, I will check it out. Thanks Roger!

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    B.K. Marcus

    Really useful list. Thanks. Please let us know when you put up new episodes.

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      Jake Desyllas

      Thanks B.K, will do!

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    Alan Lynch

    Great list Jake.

    I had no idea you had interviewed Stefan.

    Your new book is awesome by the way 🙂

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    Jake Desyllas

    Thanks Alan!

    Here are a couple more:

    It’s A Jetsons World by Jeffrey Tucker (author interview)

    The Permanent Portfolio by Craig Rowland (author interview)

    How could I have left JT off the list?!

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