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Armed & Female: Taking Control

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Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America

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Berkeley linguistics professor John McWhorter, born at the dawn of the post-Civil Rights era, spent years trying to make sense of this question. Now he dares to say the unsayable: racism’s ugliest legacy is the disease of defeatism that has infected black America. Losing the Race explores the three main components of this cultural virus: the cults of victimology, separatism, and antiintellectualism that are making blacks their own worst enemies in the struggle for success. More angry than Stephen Carter, more pragmatic and compassionate than Shelby Steele, more forward-looking than Stanley Crouch, McWhorter represents an original and...

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‘The Law’ is at once a logical and wonderfully concise introduction to libertarian philosophy, and a strident call for ‘small government’. Frederic Bastian’s classic, written in 1850, defines the law as “collective organization of the individual right to lawful defense.”and then shows how this same law has been perverted, “annihilating the justice that it was supposed to maintain, [aiding] the unscrupulous who wish, without risk, to exploit the liberty and property of others. Given the prevalence of governmental intervention in the developed world, Frederic Bastian’s analysis is as...

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Author: F. A. Hayek

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A classic work in political philosophy, intellectual and cultural history, and economics, The Road to Serfdom has inspired and infuriated politicians, scholars, and general readers for half a century. Originally published in England in the spring of 1944–when Eleanor Roosevelt supported the efforts of Stalin, and Albert Einstein subscribed lock, stock, and barrel to the socialist program–The Road to Serfdom was seen as heretical for its passionate warning against the dangers of state control over the means of production. For F. A. Hayek, the collectivist idea of empowering government with increasing economic control would...

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The Scar of Race

Author: Paul M. Sniderman

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Memoir on Pauperism

Author: De Alexis Tocqueville

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Immediately after completing the first volume of Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville wrote his Memoir on Pauperism. It was inspired by a visit to England two years earlier and was surely in his mind while he was writing Democracy. In the “Memoir,” Tocqueville seeks to understand why the most impoverished countries of Europe in his time have the fewest paupers, while the most opulent country, England, has the most. He finds that England’s public charity—possible because of its successful economy—has produced a pauper class: the unforeseen and unfortunate consequences of good intentions. By removing the necessity for...

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Hard Measures: How Aggressive CIA Actions After 9/11 Saved American Lives

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