Are you interested in individual liberty, limited government, non-interventionist foreign policy, free markets, a better understanding of economics, and the philosophy of freedom? Perhaps you're an liberty enthusiast looking to meet others and continue to learn and share. Our unique book club will be one of learning, teaching, reading, discussing, and of course having fun doing it.
I've been asked what books has this book club already read. Here's a list:
2017 March - 'Anthem' by Ayn Rand April - 'Hillbilly Elegy' by JD Vance May - 'Moon is a Harsh Mistress' by Robert A. Heinlein June - The Autobiography of Ben Franklin July - BYOB (bring your own book) August - 'Government Gone Wild' by Kristin Tate September - 'The Man in the High Castle' by Philip K. Dick October - 'Republic of Pirates' by Collin Woodward November - 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' by J.K. Rowling December - BYOB
2018 January - 'Lonesome Dove' by Larry McMurtry February - 'The Two Georges' by Harry Turtledove and Richard Dreyfus March - 'Sunset Song' by Lewis Grassic Gibbon April - 'The Man Without A Face' by Masha Gessen May - 'The Fellowship of the Ring' by JRR Tolkien June - 'The Satanic Verses' by Salman Rushdie July - BYOB August - 'Three Felonies a Day' by Harvey Silverglate September - 'The Golden Compass' by Phillip Pullman October - no meeting November - no meeting December - BYOB
2019 January - 'Fool's Errand' by Scott Horton February - 'Fahrenheit 451' by Ray Bradbury March - 'Anarchist Farm' by Jane Doe (Jan Edwards)