What I’ve Read in 2011 (Mid-Year Edition)

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*Written by Rob Rimes.

People often times ask me what I read. Here is a list of what I’ve read for the first half of 2011.

1. Hondo – Louis L’Amour

2. The Man in the High Castle – Philip K. Dick

3. Flint – Louis L’Amour

4. Washington: A Life – Ron Chernow

5. Fallon – Louis L’Amour

6. What’s So Great About America?- Dinesh D’Souza

7. Lion of Liberty: Patrick Henry – Harlow Giles Unger

8. Hanging Woman Creek – Louis L’Amour

9. The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality – Ludwig von Mises

10. The Law – Frederic Bastiat

11. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism – Robert P. Murphy

12. Utah Blaine – Louis L’Amour

13. Answers: Best of her Q&A – Ayn Rand

14. Free to Choose – Milton Friedman

15. The False Promise of Green Energy – Cato Institute

16. The Anatomy of the State – Murray Rothbard

17. Young Guns – Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan & Kevin McCarthy

18. When in the Course of Human Events – Charles Adams

19. The Quick and the Dead – Louis L’Amour

20. Bourbon for Breakfast – Jeffrey Tucker

21. Economics in One Lesson – Henry Hazlitt

22. The Place of Economics in Learning – Ludwig von Mises

23. Seven Years to Seven Figures – Michael Masterson

24. Empire of Debt – William Bonner & Addison Wiggin

25. New Deal or Raw Deal? – Burton Folsom, Jr.

26. Liberty Defined – Ron Paul

27. Dismantling America – Thomas Sowell

28. The Clash of Group Interests – Ludwig von Mises

29. The Counter-Revolution of Science – F.A. Hayek

30. Common Sense, Rights of Man and Other Writings – Thomas Paine

31. The Creature from Jekyll Island – G. Edward Griffin

32. The Conscience of a Conservative – Barry Goldwater

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