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Politics & Government Book List

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This next image is a general history overview, nothing political, but you need to understand history before understanding politics, actual history, not the lazy and condensed version of history the schools taught you

 

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''To be happy we must not be too concerned with others''.

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I had recently posted 3 solid book lists on this thread, to everyone reading, please do tell me if any of you decide to pick a book list, I'm really curious.

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''To be happy we must not be too concerned with others''.

Albert Camus

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The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt is pretty good.

Explains essentially why everyone acts like an idiot when it comes to politics and religion, more or less.


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I just finished professor Richard Wolf’s “Demacracy at Work: A cure for Capitalism “ 

highly recommend for skeptics of socialism. He provides a real solution, history, and is very persuasive. There is also a debate on youtube with his fellow libertarian colleague, Professor Epstein. Epstein does a good job at raising questions other libertarians would raise during his critiques of Wolf’s book. It available on audible! I listened to it during chores. 
 

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On 26/07/2020 at 0:10 PM, Mr Being said:

For economics this is probably the hardest and longest (over 1400 p) book on economics you will ever find.

[Man, Economy and the State]

 

Isn't that book biased towards neo-liberalism or libertarianism? When I was I libertarian I remember people suggested me to read that book but I never got into it

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4 minutes ago, Espaim said:

@Husseinisdoingfine Man it's very hard to read the titles of the books from the images you posted. Could you post the original link?

Just open the link on a new tab and zoom in, I'll post the first link in anyways, I can't find the second on.

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''To be happy we must not be too concerned with others''.

Albert Camus

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@Husseinisdoingfine  how do you know these books are any good? did you read any of them? 


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"Beyond fear, destiny awaits" - Dune

 

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I highly recommend Yuval Noah Harari’s book, “Sapiens: A brief history of humankind” It was a very interesting wholistic story about our development. Interesting big picture insights about government. 

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28 minutes ago, Lindsay said:

I highly recommend Yuval Noah Harari’s book, “Sapiens: A brief history of humankind” It was a very interesting wholistic story about our development. Interesting big picture insights about government. 

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looks cool, thanks!!


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A substantial historical text from one of the profound authors of History, check this out if you are interested in knowing about the Indian sub continent (early 1900s -- to date)

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