Books The Left Doesen't Want You To Read

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    Books The Left Doesen't Want You To Read

    1. The Founders Constitution

    2. The 5000 Year Leap
    3. James Masions Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787

    4. The Federalist Papers
    5. John Lockes Two Treatises of Government

    6. Adam Smith's Wealth Of Nations

    7. Milton Freidmans Free to Choose

    8. Thomas Sowell's Basic Economics

    9. Thomas Sowells's Applied Economics
    10. F. A. Hayek's Road to Serfdom
    11. Isiah Berlin's The Proper Study of Mankind

    12. The Black Book of Communism

    13. The Venona Secrets Exposing Soviet Espionage and America's Traitors

    14. Blacklisted From History

    15. New Deal or Raw Deal
    16. The Forgotten Man
    16. Woodrow Wilson and the Roots of Modern Liberalism

    17. The Declaration of Independance, The U.S. Constitution, The Bill of Rights

    18. The Fraiming of the 14th Amendment

    19. The Ratification of the 14th Amendment

    20. Government by Judiciary

    21. Thomas Sowell's The Housing Boom and Bust

    22. To Provide for the General Welfare:A History of the Federal Spending Power

    23. Liberty and Tyranny

    24. Milton Freidman's A Monetary History of the United States

    25. Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America

    26. Cicero's De Legibus and De Republica

    27. Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged

    28. Liberal Fascism

    29. The Real George Washington

    30. The Real Thomas Jefferson
    31. The Real Benjamin Franklin

    33. American Progressivism

    34. Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White

    35. Thomas Paines Common Sence

    36. Lennin, Stalin, Hitler: The Age of Social Catastrophe

    37. Mao The Unknown Story

    38. Black Americans and Organized Labor: A New History

    39. The Economics of the Colour Bar

    40. The Constitutional Convention: A Narrative History from the Notes of James Madison


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    I read the "The Forgotten Man" and wanted to punch every one of my lying Progressive history professors in the face.
     
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    Oh, I hear ya! Amity Shlaes does a excellent job of setting the record straight!
     
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    Actually, "the Left" wants people to read as many books as possible. You obviously don't know anyone on the left. Do you only read books from which you can interpret your strict partisan hackery, or do you also read books that you think go against your ideology?
     
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    and none of you scumbag liberals had better misinterpret my wanting to punch EVERY ONE of MY PROFESSORS in the face as VIOLENCE....
     
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    It is my impression that they only read conservative authors who demonize liberals
     
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    I wonder if they've also read "The Shock Doctrine" or "Failed States". I would bet not.
     
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    Wich ones are you refering to as strict partisan hackery? Im sorry but the Communist Manefesto, Rules for Radicals, The Coming Insurection, A Peoples History of the United States, Rousseau's Social Contract, and anything done by advocates of socialist style government in the name of "social justice" like Naomi Klein or Noam Chomsky are not exactly classical liberalism/conservative material. :lol:
     
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    Progressives are fucking liars and the loss of the media monopoly has exposed the damage they've done.

    FDR: Miserable Failure

    Joe McCarthy: Anti Communist America Hero

    And if Progressives can't stop lying, they need to get the fuck out of the class rooms
     
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    Revisionist history of the Great Depression told from the view of a monaterist? Good lord. No wonder.
     

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