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Reckless Endangerment
Reckless Endangerment by Gretchen Morgenson

Finally, a housing crisis book that really names names!

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Ayn Rand
Ayn Rand's Anthem: The Graphic Novel by Charles Santino

I just got an email from Charles, who created this graphic novel based on Ayn Rand's Anthem.  I haven't read it, but it's a good idea.  That book in particular seems appropriate for a visual presentation.  The author says he coordinated with ARI on this project, so it seems like it will be a fair interpretation.  If anyone has read it yet, please l... (See the whole review)

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Uncle Sam
Uncle Sam's Plantation: How Big Government Enslaves America's Poor and What We Can Do About It, Revised and Updated Edition by Star Parker

I heard the author, Star Parker, interviewed on Sean Hannity today. She literally blew me away. I am recommending this book before even reading it because of how impressed, how in awe, I already am of her. She was so poignant, so prescient. I know of only one other woman -- a prominent mid-20th Century novelist/philosopher who will go unnam... (See the whole review)

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The Logical Leap
The Logical Leap by David Harriman

Like the subtitle indicates, this book is about induction. When and why is the inference from "some" to "all" legitimate? The narratives about some famous scientists arriving at their inductive generalizations are interesting and illuminating. There are ones about Benjamin Franklin, Kepler, Galileo, Newton, atomic theory, and chemistry. Harriman's ... (See the whole review)

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Against the Grain: How Agriculture Has Hijacked Civilization
Against the Grain: How Agriculture Has Hijacked Civilization by Richard Manning

The human race may not survive the agricultural revolution.    “This book is not just about agriculture,” Manning writes, “but about the fundamental dehumanization that occurred with agriculture.”  ... (See the whole review)

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MAD MEN AND PHILOSOPHY: Nothing Is as It Seems
MAD MEN AND PHILOSOPHY: Nothing Is as It Seems by Rod Carveth

Put this in your Rand-sighting file: "Egoless Egoists: The Second-Hand Lives of Mad Men" by Robert White, published in Mad Men and Philosophy: Nothing Is as It Seems (part of the Philosophy and Pop Culture Series.) Much of Mad Men fits the theme of The Fountainhead in its expose of second-handers, and White gets it right: "Presumably, Coo... (See the whole review)

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A People
A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn

I had the good fortune to attend the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) 1982-84. It was the first state residential high school of its kind to specialize in recruiting extremely bright, self-motivated, rising eleventh graders for an intense, two year program of rigorous coursework. Unfortunately, I found the history departme... (See the whole review)

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Financial Fiaso
Financial Fiaso by Johan Norberg

Yesterday I finished reading Financial Fiasco. There are other good books about the recent financial crisis covering different aspects of it -- the drama, the bankers, the rating agencies and especially "Wall Street." "Wall Street" makes a good scapegoat for those in Washington, D.C. (The book does not hold Wall Street innocent.) Published ... (See the whole review)

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After Adam Smith
After Adam Smith by Milgate & Stimson

After Adam Smith A Century of Transformation in Politics and Political Economy Murray Milgate and Shannon C. Stimson (Princeton 2009) From the publisher: Few issues are more central to our present predicaments than the relationship between economics and politics. After Adam Smith looks at how politics and political economy were a... (See the whole review)

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Empire of the Czar: A Journey Through Eternal Russia
Empire of the Czar: A Journey Through Eternal Russia by Astolphe Custine

This is the only 19th century book describing Russia which was forbidden in Soviet Union. Normally they loved the criticism of czarist time, but somehow this book analysis was easily applied to them. I remember reading big portions of it typed on typewriter and secretly distributed through SamIzdat. Now I have it on my book-shelve and nobod... (See the whole review)

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The Myth of the Robber Barons: A New Look at the Rise of Big Business in America
The Myth of the Robber Barons: A New Look at the Rise of Big Business in America by Burton W. Folsom

The Myth of the Robber Barons describes the role of key entrepreneurs in the economic growth of the United States from 1850 to 1910. The entrepreneurs studied are Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, James J. Hill, Andrew Mellon, Charles Schwab, and the Scranton family. Most historians argue that these men, and others like them, were Robber B... (See the whole review)

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Rocketeers: How a Visionary Band of Business Leaders, Engineers, and Pilots is Boldly Privatizing Space
Rocketeers: How a Visionary Band of Business Leaders, Engineers, and Pilots is Boldly Privatizing Space by Michael Belfiore

Did you buy your ticket yet? Only $200,000 to see the Earth from Space.

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How I Escaped from the USSR
How I Escaped from the USSR by Dimitri Sokolenko

This small book is simply fantastic and fun to read. It also contains some interesting observations.

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Essays on Ayn Rand
Essays on Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged by Robert Mayhew

Essays on Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged Robert Mayhew, editor (Lexington 2009) One contribution to this collection is Michael Berliner’s “The Atlas Shrugged Reviews.” He “describes the generally hostile nature of the reviews the novel received, and underscores that this hostility came as much from the Right as it did from the Left” (x). Ye... (See the whole review)

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The Secret of the League
The Secret of the League by Ernest Bramah

This precursor of Atlas Shrugged anticipated the election of a Socialist Labour government in the United Kingdom. First published in 1907, action takes place about 1918 and a few years later.  Ernest Bramah Smith wrote adventure and detective books, dime novels.  This work shows many of the those features.  The workmanship is uneven.  The story was... (See the whole review)

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Human Rights as Game Strategies*
Human Rights as Game Strategies* by Hardin / Sugden

Morality within the Limits of Reason Russell Hardin (Chicago 1988) The Economics of Rights, Co-Operation and Welfare Robert Sugden (Oxford 1986, Palgrave Macmillan 2005) Russell Hardin and Robert Sugden have independently employed game theory to expand our understanding of human rights. The relevance of game theory to rights the... (See the whole review)

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The Evolution of Cooperation*
The Evolution of Cooperation* by Robert Axelrod

Suppose that two strangers have agreed to an exchange that must be kept secret. They agree on the money price for the good being exchanged, and they agree on separate pickup locations for the money and the good. The purchaser of the good then calculates: If I leave the money and she leaves the good, that is good (R = reward for cooperation). But if... (See the whole review)

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The Vision of Ayn Rand: The Basic Principles of Objectivism
The Vision of Ayn Rand: The Basic Principles of Objectivism by Nathaniel Branden

After half a century, the original lecture series on Objectivism is now available in book form, with new commentary by the author and a forward by Barbara Branden. Paperback copies of the book will start shipping to those who pre-ordered the book on 12/12/2009. Order from the Laissez Faire books website: For ten years--from 1958 to... (See the whole review)

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Metaethics, Egoism and Virtue: Studies in Ayn Rand
Metaethics, Egoism and Virtue: Studies in Ayn Rand's Normative Theory by Gotthelf and Lennox, editors

Gotthelf reports that the book (a collection of papers delivered to the Ayn Rand Society of the APA) has gone to the publishers (University of Pittsburgh Press).  It's the first volume in the Ayn Rand Society Philosophical Papers.  No publication date given.  <eom> (See the whole review)

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Imagination and the Meaningful Brain
Imagination and the Meaningful Brain by Arnold Modell

Amazon link. Dr. Modell draws upon Gerald Edelman's idea of "neural Darwinism", Edelman's primary/higher-order consciousness distinction, and the ideas on metaphor by Mark Johnson and George Lakoff. He distinguishes among different kinds of memory -- emotional, episodic, procedural and semantic.  I have only read about 25% so far, but it's very tho... (See the whole review)

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Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right
Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right by Jennifer Burns

I have just completed reading this well researched and unbiased biography of Ayn Rand. Eight years in the writing, it traces the evolution of her thinking, relationships, conflicts and triumphs. Jennifer Burns claims not to be an Objectivist but she "gets" the essence of the philosophy. Please read the other comments on the Amazon site. ... (See the whole review)

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End the Fed (Video on BookTV)
End the Fed (Video on BookTV) by Ron Paul

Link to Video (I don't know how long this will stay up) ... (See the whole review)

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One Second After
One Second After by William R. Forstchen

Offered a general's star if he will accept assignment to a NATO post in Europe, Colonel John Matherson resigns his commission to move with his wife, dying of cancer, and their two daughters to her Christian-college hometown in the back woods of North Carolina. Then, one day, the lights go out, and, more ominously, car ignitions and cell phones fai... (See the whole review)

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Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem
Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem by Jay Richards

Has anyone read this?  To judge from comments, it looks like another case of a conservative coming around to Rand, like Limbaugh or Amity Shlaes.

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Ayn Rand Society Philosophical Studies
Ayn Rand Society Philosophical Studies by Gotthelf and Lennox, editors

The Ayn Rand Society will be issuing an annual series under the title Ayn Rand Society Philosophical Studies. The publisher will be University of Pittsburgh Press. Allan Gotthelf will edit the series, with James Lennox as associate editor. Bravo! I am a member of a couple of other APA Societies, in addition to being a member of ARS. One issu... (See the whole review)

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Your Guide to Slide: The Slacker
Your Guide to Slide: The Slacker's Guide to College by Brady Lessard

This highly entertaining little book, published in 1995, has much more truth to it than most would care to admit. Sadly, it has gone out of print though Amazon still carries used copies at reasonable prices. This review includes a summary of the book's table of contents as well as quotes and summaries of each chapter. Any future release of this ... (See the whole review)

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The Promise of Liberty, A Non-Utopian Vision (Lexington Books, 2009)
The Promise of Liberty, A Non-Utopian Vision (Lexington Books, 2009) by Tibor R. Machan

This is my latest a work with the focus on the non-Utopian nature of the free society.

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The Slightest Philosophy
The Slightest Philosophy by Quee Nelson

This is an interesting book that attempts to defend naive (or vulgar) realism.  The first couple chapters provide a detailed description of naive realism, and a description of some of the more common alternatives in today's philosophical community.  The author explains why philosophy went towards postmodernism, and traces the roots back to Hume and... (See the whole review)

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Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist
Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide to Global Warming by Bjorn Lomborg

I just bought this book and am already impressed. Lomborg is a utilitarian, but he shows -- more than any other author has -- just how harmful global warming legislation (e.g., Cap & Trade) is for human beings living on Earth.

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The Man Who Found the Money: John Stewart Kennedy and the Financing of the Western Railroads
The Man Who Found the Money: John Stewart Kennedy and the Financing of the Western Railroads by Saul Engelbourg

Banking fueled railroading.  John Stewart Kennedy's legendary partnership with James J. Hill achieved its heights with the construction of the Canadian Pacific.  Kennedy had established a reputation for being able to save troubled railroads. Kennedy's trajectory began a generation earlier.  His star rose as a commission agent, buying supplie... (See the whole review)

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McGraw-Hill
McGraw-Hill's GED by Patricia Mulcrone

On Amazon I captioned this review: Exploring the GED for Fun and Profit Many high school students quit school before graduation. They have numerous causes for this choice, some more legitimate than others. The bottom line remains that the modern world often demands at least a high school diploma or its equivalent in order to progres... (See the whole review)

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Wittgenstein, Austrian Economics and the Logic of Action
Wittgenstein, Austrian Economics and the Logic of Action by Roderick Long

Coming Soon! Wittgenstein, Austrian Economics and the Logic of Action Roderick Long (Routledge 2009) Preview from the Author // Where does Wittgenstein stand on this issue? As I read him, he rejects the distinction between analytic and synthetic propositions. As traditionally understood, analytic truths are linguistic stipu... (See the whole review)

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Objectivity and the Rule of Law
Objectivity and the Rule of Law by Matthew H. Kramer

Rand: “Litigants obey the verdict of a tribunal [as just] solely on the premise that there is an objective rule of conduct, which they both accept” (AS 143). “That which cannot be formulated into an objective law, cannot be made the subject of legislation—not in a free country, not if we are to have ‘a government of laws and not of men’. An u... (See the whole review)

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CROSSPOINTS
CROSSPOINTS by Alexandra York

A book well worth reading. This is a "Wow!" book, hard work, not because it is excellent literature, for there are tons of other books also well written, or merely because it has a fluid and gripping plot to make it most entertaining, for there are also other, though fewer, books that have a well thought and structured plot (some of the very... (See the whole review)

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A Matter of Faith
A Matter of Faith by Brian Morin

First, I want to name some general strengths and weaknesses of this novel. Overall, I found it a worthwhile read. The author does a solid job of giving his characters substance, depth, and believability. The reader will come to care about them like real people. The plot had enough interesting twists to keep the reader turning pages to learn what ha... (See the whole review)

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Objectivism in One Lesson
Objectivism in One Lesson by Andrew Bernstein

From the Synopsis at the Barnes and Noble site: “In layman’s terms, using vivid examples, Andrew Bernstein clearly explains the brilliant ideas that animate the conflict and characters of Anthem, The Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged.” ... (See the whole review)

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Grounding Concepts: An Empirical Basis for Arithmetic Knowledge
Grounding Concepts: An Empirical Basis for Arithmetic Knowledge by C. S. Jenkins

This looks excellent! ... (See the whole review)

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The Goal
The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt

Per my graduate class in quality engineering: "Read The Goal and provide an executive summary of the book. The summary should cover the main points of the process that Mr. Rogo and his team took to turn around the plant. In addition to the summary, answer the following questions." Part I -- Executive Summary The problem of prod... (See the whole review)

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Sparrowhawk, Book One: Jack Frake
Sparrowhawk, Book One: Jack Frake by Edward Cline

The Sparrowhawk series is an historical fiction must read for lovers of the American Revolution and the spirit of '76 that led up to the glorious cause enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. After reading Book One: Jack Frake you'll be hooked.

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Objectivism, Subjectivism, and Relativism in Ethics
Objectivism, Subjectivism, and Relativism in Ethics by et al.

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All-Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder
All-Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder by Frank Miller & Jim Lee

Did The Dark Knight leave you longing for a less introspective, more morally certain Batman? Then look no further. Writer Frank Miller teams with artist Jim Lee to give us the most hard-boiled Batman ever. He's so hard-boiled that he makes Mike Hammer look like a sissy. Miller and Lee turn the testosterone up as they give us a Batman ... (See the whole review)

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Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests, Journalists, and Other Serial Offenders
Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests, Journalists, and Other Serial Offenders by Jamie Whyte

Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests, Journalists, and Other Serial Offenders by Jamie Whyte. (McGraw-Hill 2004, 157 pages.) ... (See the whole review)

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The Morphodite
The Morphodite by M. A. Foster

Luto Pternam's Mask Factory manufactures shock troops and assassins to maintain the static totalitarian society of Lisagor on the Planet Oerlikon. His latest "creation" is a conditioned assassin with two unique abilities. The morphodite can initiate Change, a biochemical process that leads to regeneration and sex change. And this morphodite has ... (See the whole review)

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Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko
Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko by Blake Bell

The Good: Fantagraphics has done a beautiful job putting together this "coffee table" book. The production quality is high and the book is abundant with reproductions of Steve Ditko's comic book work from the beginning of his career in 1953 to his most recent efforts. And author Blake Bell has done his homework and presents an exhaustive history of... (See the whole review)

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Faith of Fallen
Faith of Fallen by Terry Goodkind

"If I lead us into this war, we will lose. A great many people will die for nothing. The result will be a world enslaved by the Imperial Order. If I don't lead our side in battle, the world will still fall under the shadow of the Order but far fewer people will die. Only in that way will we ever stand a chance." "By losing? You want to lose ... (See the whole review)

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Reason Reigns
Reason Reigns by Ilyn Ross

“Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every opinion. Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.” ... (See the whole review)

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A Force of Nature: The Frontier Genius of Ernest Rutherford
A Force of Nature: The Frontier Genius of Ernest Rutherford by Richard Reeves

The video on BookTV is about 1 hour. I'm reading the book and enjoying it. ... (See the whole review)

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A Metaphysics for Scientific Realism
A Metaphysics for Scientific Realism by Anjan Chakravartty

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Touched By Its Rays
Touched By Its Rays by Walter Donway

Announcing Publication of Walter Donway's New Book of Poetry Touched By Its Rays, Walter Donway's new book of poetry, will be published in mid-February and available from www.objectivismstore.com. Touched By Its Rays is a publication of the Atlas Society; all income from its sale will go to support its work. Book... (See the whole review)

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European Political Thought
European Political Thought by Lloyd, Burgess, and Hodson

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