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Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning (Hardcover)
Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning (Hardcover) by Jonah Goldberg

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The Stuff of Thought
The Stuff of Thought by Steven Pinker

I have found Steven Pinker's works to be uneven. His How the Mind Works is perhaps his best work, addressing consciousness largely at the perceptual level. This current book approaches the mind from a physico-linguistic standpoint, dealing with words not primarily as tags for conceptual abstractions, but rather as mental nexuses which are processed... (See the whole review)

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Hunker Creek
Hunker Creek's Gold by F. Gordon Robinson

A group of highly trained terrorist snipers are keeping almost every US law enforcement officer busy investigating random attacks. A second arm of the terrorist group is secretly importing and warehousing enormous amounts of narcotics. ... (See the whole review)

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Zeno
Zeno's Paradox by F. Gordon Robinson

My novel, Zeno’s Paradox, was inspired by the philosophy of the novelist Ayn Rand. ... (See the whole review)

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The Emergence of a Scientific Culture
The Emergence of a Scientific Culture by Stephen Gaukroger

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Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance
Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance by George Saliba

Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance George Saliba (MIT Press 2007) (See the whole review)

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The Mike Hammer Collection Volume 1
The Mike Hammer Collection Volume 1 by Mickey Spillane

Many authors whose opinions I value very highly spoke well of Mickey Spillane especially the works in his Mike Hammer series. I wasn't disappointed. It rarely takes more than a paragraph or two to understand why Rand was such a fan of his literary style. The title character narrates every story in the series, and his personal insight adds a ... (See the whole review)

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THE ATHEISTS ARE REVOLTING!
THE ATHEISTS ARE REVOLTING! by Nick Gisburne

  A book well worth reading as a strong defense of human intelligence   This is a very good book promoting and upholding atheism and, thus, setting another step in the right direction on a planet where the majority of its human inhabitants suffer the mental handicap of the irrationality called religion, a peculiarly damaging condition ... (See the whole review)

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I Am America (and so can you !)
I Am America (and so can you !) by Stephen Colbert

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My Grandfather
My Grandfather's Son: A Memoir by Clarence Thomas

I heard about this book here.[[/A> Has anyone read it? ... (See the whole review)

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The Case Against Adolescence
The Case Against Adolescence by Robert Epstein

Long overdue, this is an important book, giving the authoritative studies, history, anthropology, cultural which have upheld a contention I have had for many years - namely that teenagers are young adults, NOT children, and that this artificial extention of childhood is a consequence of Deweyism and unionism which sought to remove the young from co... (See the whole review)

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Stilwell and the American Experience in China
Stilwell and the American Experience in China by Saki (aka H.H. Munro)

This biography is authored by Barbara Tuchman about General Joseph Stilwell . Published by the Macmillan Company New York , New York .It tells how the General dealt with the crises of the second world war in the orient. I found it riveting. I think it is good material for the gallery because the Generals attidude is awesome and many Objectivists wo... (See the whole review)

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The Loeb Classical Library
The Loeb Classical Library by Various

The Loeb Classical Library of the classical Greek and Roman writers in affordable bilingual hardcover editions is an essential for the student of history, literature, politics, or philosophy. An example is Suetonius' upon which Robert Graves' historical fiction I, Claudius was based. Availabnle are Homer, Aristotle, Epictetus, Julius Caesar, Marc... (See the whole review)

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Blackwater: The Rise of the World
Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army by Jeremy Scahill

Haven't read it yet, apparently it takes a negative tone. But, as I've story-told about, private-party retaliation is still the final solution to world terror. ... (See the whole review)

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Look Homeward, Angel
Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe

I had a few hours to spare a few weeks ago and came across this book at Borders, though I dropped it when I saw the authors name. I can't stand Tom Wolfe and his absurd writing, so this was not going to be the book for me. Now I learn that I was very mistaken, that this book was written at a time when books still had a chance of being good ... (See the whole review)

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In Defense of Advertising: Arguments from Reason, Ethical Egoism, and Laissez-Faire Capitalism
In Defense of Advertising: Arguments from Reason, Ethical Egoism, and Laissez-Faire Capitalism by Jerry Kirkpatrick

I finally got around to finishing this book today. ... (See the whole review)

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Crashing Through: A True Story of Risk, Adventure, and the Man Who Dared to See
Crashing Through: A True Story of Risk, Adventure, and the Man Who Dared to See by Robert Kurson

This is the true story of a man’s heroic struggle against monumental difficulties, a man whose motto throughout life was “crashing through,” who, at the age of 46, faced his greatest challenge: to acquire sight, and learn to see, after having been blind since the age of three as the result of an accident. ... (See the whole review)

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The Name of the Rose
The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco

Upon rereading Umberto Eco's The Name of the Rose for the first time since I read it at age 16, I am struck by the obvious influence of Jorge Luis Borges on the work. When I first read the book in 1984 I was not aware of Borges, and had only just put down my first reading of Atlas Shrugged. The book itself is presented, in Borgesian manner, as a ... (See the whole review)

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Study Methods and Motivation
Study Methods and Motivation by Edwin Locke

Objectivist psychologist Dr. Edwin Locke has assembled this neat little book for those entering college.  It provides a well-integrated system of actual study methods as well as methods for motivating oneself to study in the first place.  Whether you have just started college or find yourself returning after many years of absence, this text will he... (See the whole review)

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The Teenage Liberation Handbook
The Teenage Liberation Handbook by Grace Llewellyn

I just finished reading this classic text and highly recommend all parents and adolescents read it as well.  It offers a thorough examination and critique of formal education and substantial reasons to pursue an informal education.  Loaded with references and resources, it belongs on the shelf of every person who loves individual liberty.  Its cent... (See the whole review)

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Separating School and State
Separating School and State by Sheldon Richman

I did a Toastmasters speech years ago based on this book and present here an outline of that speech.  It encapsulates the essentials of the book along with supplemental material.  I highly recommend that any lover of liberty read this book. ... (See the whole review)

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Your Money or Your Life
Your Money or Your Life by Joe Dominguez

Occasionally a book will appear on the scene that embodies the written equivalent of jewels among feces.  This book represents such an example.  I found it both enlightening and infuriating at the same time.  I only read it back in late 1999 because I received it at no charge as a bonus "best seller" for joining a book club. ... (See the whole review)

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July 5
July 5 by Joseph M. McHugh

Has anyone read this book yet? seems to be  Randian inspired.....

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What About Gods?
What About Gods? by Chris Brockman

A marvellous, small book on atheism for children and adults alike, wonderfully written. May I recommend everybody at Rebirth of Reason to read it (and, perhaps, even give some copies away as a gift to relatives and friends?) See more of it and view some of its pages in http://www.amazon.com/What-About-Gods-Skeptics-Bookshelf/dp/0879751061 ... (See the whole review)

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<Strong><big>State of Fear</Strong></big>
State of Fear by Michael Crichton, M.D.

A series of deaths is traced to the toxin of the blue-ringed-octopus. An MIT prodigy goes on an unexplained hiatus. A playboy businessman donates $250,000 to an environmental fund, the check is deposited to buy war weapons. A crew shows up to film hundreds of children drown in a flash flood, 30 minutes before rain begins to fal... (See the whole review)

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Rage Boy
Rage Boy by Christopher Hitchens

Please follow this link to Hitchens' article in Slate. No, this is not a book review, but I saw no better way to list both the image and the link. (See the whole review)

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<strong><big>Mists of Avalon
Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley

A re-telling of the Arthurian legend from the point of view of its female characters, primarily from that of Morgaine, a priestess of the pagan cult of the Mother Goddess at Avalon, this lengthy and very well developed story vies with Atlas Shrugged in its complexity of plot and characterization. Not so sexless as Tolkien nor as impersonal as some... (See the whole review)

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Mugged by Reality: The Liberation of Iraq and the Failure of Good Intentions
Mugged by Reality: The Liberation of Iraq and the Failure of Good Intentions by John Agresto

John Agresto has written a cogent and quotable pro-freedom and pro-Western yet unmerciful critique of the overthrow of Saddam and the failure of the allies to set up a stable state in the aftermath of his regime. Agresto argues that our failure is primarily due to the fact that we have forgotten ourselves how our own democracy was created, ... (See the whole review)

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Reagan, In His Own Hand
Reagan, In His Own Hand by Ronald Wilson Reagan

This was an interesting read.  For a number of years in the late 1970's, Reagan had a radio show where have gave what appears to be about a 5 minute speech.  He wrote most of them, and this book is full of them.  Each one shows the text, including edits.  It has a few copies of the originals as well. ... (See the whole review)

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<BIG><STRONG>god is not Great</big></strong>
god is not Great by Christopher Hitchens

While I have only just begun reading it, this book further proves that there is no prose writer alive with more wit, acumen, erudition, or clarity. Even when you disagree with him on minor points, you do so with enjoyment, because Hitchens always makes himself so clear that you cannot help but know both where and why you differ with him. A small ex... (See the whole review)

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The Reagan Diaries
The Reagan Diaries by Ronald Wilson Reagan

Ronald Reagan wrote a candid handwritten diary during his two terms in office. The diaries are, according to his editor, extraordinarily revealing and not at all self-serving. As so often in the past, those who would mock the man as shallow or un-self-critical are shown to be mistaken given this evidence in his own hand. Not the tool of the reli... (See the whole review)

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The Supreme Court Opinions of Clarence Thomas, 1991-2006: A Conservative
The Supreme Court Opinions of Clarence Thomas, 1991-2006: A Conservative's Perspective by Henry Mark Holzer

Henry Mark Holzer appeared on Book TV to speak about this book for approximately an hour on May 11th 2007. This show will probably be repeated. One can search at BookTV.org for future airings. From the website: The Supreme Court Opinions of Clarence Thomas, 1991-2006: A Conservative's Perspective from May 13, 2007 In his book "T... (See the whole review)

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Children of Hurin
Children of Hurin by J.R.R. Tolkien

Christopher Tolkien just released a version of the tale of the fall of Hurin's children that J.R.R. wrote many decades before. Many compare it to Macbeth, and some say Christopher finally let the work of J.R.R. speak for itself. I, for one, think it's worth a read if you love tragedies.

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Ficciones
Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges

Ficciones is not the type of book that one usually finds recommended on an Objectivist forum. It doesn't have heroes who overcome injustice and persecution — instead Borges plays with reality within 17 short stories. In almost all his stories he warps, morphs and transforms reality in a very intriguing and imaginative way. In one story ther... (See the whole review)

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Objectivity Archive
Objectivity Archive by Editor, Stephen Boydstun

I am happy to announce Objectivity Archive. This site is an archive and library of Objectivity, now freely open to all readers and researchers.   Objectivity is a journal of metaphysics, epistemology, and theory of value informed by modern science. It consists of two volumes, each with six issues. It was a hardcopy journal, for subscribers, p... (See the whole review)

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The Enemy at Home
The Enemy at Home by Dinesh D'Souza

I have started this thread for comments on Dinesh D'Souza in general, not to be limited to the thread title. I have read D'Souza's Letters to a Young Conservative and his End of Racism. I found both lacking The Letters to a Young... series is of broad interest. I have read both Christopher Hitchens' ...Contrarian and Anna Deavere Sm... (See the whole review)

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All Quiet On The Western Front
All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

I just finished this book. It moved me in a life-altering way. No longer will I ever, ever sit back and take the news of an emergent war lightly. ... (See the whole review)

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American Aurora
American Aurora by Richard N. Rosenfeld

This work goes in hand, historically, with the Ben Bova commentary mindset - a detailed yet interesting write-up of the controversy over the Alien and Sedition Acts.... the Philadelphis Aurora was at the center of the controversy, it being the principle critique-er of the Federalist regime, and as such tremendously despised.....  very much reccomme... (See the whole review)

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Executive Suite
Executive Suite by Cameron Hawley

Just finished reading this book - fascinating overview of choosing a new company president, from a pro-business standpoint, especially in light of the times in which it was written, the early 50's...  and the ending is top-notch for suspence.... ... (See the whole review)

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Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In
Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher

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Ethical Intuitionism
Ethical Intuitionism by Michael Huemer

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The Sociopath Next Door
The Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout

I haven't read this book, but I'm considering it. The following is from a review: "They are often described as people who know the difference between right and wrong but don't care. Insofar as they make the distinction between right and wrong, they do so at a purely intellectual level. Otherwise, the only thing that constrains the behavior of ... (See the whole review)

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The Economy of Cities
The Economy of Cities by Jane Jacobs

Cities -- which may go back several ice ages -- began as trading communities of hunters and antedate agriculture. In fact, cities invented farming.  Just as modern farms depend on refrigeration, tractors, and electricity, so, too, did the first farms exist only because of the cities that caused and supported them.   ... (See the whole review)

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The Reason-Driven Life
The Reason-Driven Life by Robert Price

Theology professor Dr. Robert Price has written a chapter by chapter refutation of evangelical Christian Rick Warren's best seller The Purpose-Driven Life.  Following Warren's format of 40 days of meditation, Price focuses on dissecting Warren's message by carefully examining the actual meanings of the Biblical passages Warren quotes.  In effect, P... (See the whole review)

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The Purpose-Driven Life
The Purpose-Driven Life by Rick Warren

No rational observer will deny the role of religion in history.  Ayn Rand herself argued that ideas serve as the engine that moves history.  The core ideas of religion -- supernaturalism, mysticism, self-sacrifice, tribalism -- have influenced human action since man first walked the earth. Shortly before her death, Ayn Rand noted with trepid... (See the whole review)

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The End of Faith
The End of Faith by Sam Harris

Been going thru this book, and find it of much interest --especially regarding many comments made in the threads on religious moderates and fundamentalists... for instance -- "Religious moderation springs from the fact that even the least educated person among us simply knows more about certain matters than anyone did two thousand y... (See the whole review)

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Junk Science: How Politicians, Corporations, and Other Hucksters Betray Us
Junk Science: How Politicians, Corporations, and Other Hucksters Betray Us by Dan Agin

Here's a book allegedly about junk science, and it devotes an entire chapter on the "myth" that free market medicine (as in the US) is better than socialized medicine.  Evidently "science" proves that socialized medicine is actually better.  By what standard, you ask?  Not to fear.  He starts with the assumption that universal healthcare and equali... (See the whole review)

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Krueger
Krueger's Men: The Secret Nazi Counterfeit Plot and the Prisoners of Block 19 by Lawrence Malkin

This is a story often told.  However, based on excerpts from the author's website, I judge this to be a conceptual -- and conceptually moral -- retelling, more than just an adventure or a documentary. In these outtakes, the bold face type is my own highlighting of the clues that led me to judge this as much a work of morality as a mere war-story. ... (See the whole review)

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My Sister
My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult

This a book that I couldn't put down. It's a great read, and an interesting case in ethics that many Objectivists will like. The description on Amazon says it all, and I don't want to give away the details, but it's very well written and both emotional and entertaining. So read it!

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John Adams
John Adams by David McCullough

John Adams was the unappreciated genius of the American revolution.  Today, perhaps as a result of being dumbed own by public schooling, we confute the "revolution" with the "war for independence."  The fact is the revolution took place in the minds of the people, from 1765 if not earlier.  That distinction first was made by John Adams.  Historian ... (See the whole review)

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