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The Liberal Hour, John Kenneth Galbraith.

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The Next American Frontier, Robert B. Reich.

The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, Milan Kundera.

Small Is Beautiful, E.F. Schumacher.

Politically Impossible ...? Why Politicians Do Not Take Economic Advice, W.H. Hutt.

Dangerous Currents: The State of Economics, Lester Thurow.

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American Chronicle, Ray Stannard Baker.

The Color Purple, Alice Walker.

Pnin, Vladimir Nabokov.

In Search of Excellence, Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman Jr.

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From Emperor to Citizen, Pu Yi.

Alive, Piers Paul Read.

On the Contrary, Sidney J. Harris.

Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy, Richard H. Schultz Jr. and Roy S. Godson.

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Clear and Present Danger: Church and State in Post-Christian America, William Stanmeyer.

Representative Men, Emerson.

The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck.

Hard Times, Dickens.

The Sun Also Rises, Hemingway.

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Julius Caesar, Shakespeare.

Chinaman's Chance, Ross Thomas.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, James Thurber.

The Prince, Machiavelli.

Salvador, Joan Didion.

Remembrance of Things Past, Proust.

The Public Philosophy, Walter Lippmann.

Free to Choose, Milton Friedman.

Ancient Monuments, Stig Claesson.

ATLAS SHRUGGED, AYN RAND.

The Choice, Og Mandino.

The Federalist, Hamilton, Jay, Madison.

A Discussion on Political Economy, Rousseau.

The Coercive Utopians: Social Deception by America's Power Players, Rael J. Issac.

The Innocents Abroad, Twain.

The Gulag Archipelago, Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

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We, Charles Lindbergh.

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