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    Hey Rip
    I’ve just seen a video of Reagan’s ‘A Time for Choosing’ and was wondering if you had any libertarian and/or conservative books you would recommend to someone who is now interested in these topics, thanks.

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    The standard recommendations are Our Enemy The State and The Road to Serfdom. But anything by Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams, and many others, will teach you what you want to know.

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    Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty, For A New Liberty, Hoppe’s Democracy: The God That Failed, and Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson.

    Just go to mises.org and start reading.

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    A lot of Peter Drucker's works, while management oriented, have a string underlay of the Austrian School of economics, since that is where the late Herr Drucker was born and educated. He cuts through the more current (and in the context of a 70 year old guy like me that covers 30 some years) of jargon of feel good and makes his points briefly and efficiently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark E. Hurling View Post
    A lot of Peter Drucker's works, while management oriented, have a string underlay of the Austrian School of economics, since that is where the late Herr Drucker was born and educated. He cuts through the more current (and in the context of a 70 year old guy like me that covers 30 some years) of jargon of feel good and makes his points briefly and efficiently.
    Managing oneself is an excellent place to start for anyone interested in his work.

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    Shouldn't managing one's self be taking place anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Shouldn't managing one's self be taking place anyway?
    Sure, but it's a useful introduction to Drucker for anyone interested.

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    Are you referring to the title of a book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Are you referring to the title of a book?
    Managing Oneself

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    The convention in written English is to somehow distinguish book titles, usually with italics. For example, if I suggested that the decline and fall of the Roman empire was interesting, you might not get my meaning.

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