Liberty Library Starter Pack

included with the NWLA Liberty Symposium Tuition

“The LAW” Frédéric Bastiat
“Proper Role of Government” Ezra Taft Benson
“The Tuttle Twins Learn About the LAW” Connor Boyack
“I, Pencil” Leonard Read
“Do it Anyway” Mother Teresa
“Are We a Democracy or a Republic?” Walter E. Williams
“Declaration of Independence”
“United States Constitution”
“Congressional Record—Appendix, pp. A34-A35 January 10, 1963”

Liberty Library Recommended Reading List

We are always open to suggestions, if you have read a book that you would recommend, please feel free to submit the title and author to us for consideration. Thank you!

“The Tuttle Twins Learn About the LAW” Connor Boyack
“The Tuttle Twins and the Miraculous Pencil” Connor Boyack
“The Tuttle Twins and the Creature from Jekyll Island” Connor Boyack
“Feardom” Connor Boyack
“Freedom is Your Destiny” Daniel T. Eismann
“Free to Choose” Milton Friedman
“The Creature from Jekyll Island” G. Edward Griffin
“Road to Serfdom” Friedrich Hayek
“Economics in One Lesson” Henry Hazlitt
“Capitalism for Kids” Karl Hess
“God’s Little Lessons for Leaders” Honor Books
“Hinds Feet on High Places” Hannah Hurnard
“Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?” Richard J. Maybury
“Whatever Happened to Justice?” Richard J. Maybury
“Are You Liberal, Conservative or Confused? “ Richard J. Maybury
“The Communist Manifesto” Karl Marx
“Thoughts Rule the World” Leonard Read
“Then Truth Will Out” Leonard Read
“Excuse Me, Professor” Leonard Read
“Man, Economy and State” Murray Rothbard
“The Making of America” W. Cleon Skousen
“The 5,000 Year Leap” W. Cleon Skousen
“Basic Economics” Thomas Sowell
“Intellectuals and Society” Thomas Sowell
“Betrayed by the Bench” John A. Stormer
“Dependent on D.C.” Charlotte A. Twight
“The Wild and Free Pigs of the Okefenokee Swamp” Steve Washam
“Mainspring of Human Progress” Henry Grady Weaver
“Meltdown” Thomas Woods
“Nullification” Thomas Woods

Essays and Pamphlets

“Do it Anyway” Mother Teresa
“Not Yours to Give” Davy Crockett
“Isaiah’s Job” Albert Jay Nock
“I, Pencil” Leonard Read
“Are We a Democracy or a Republic?” Walter E. Williams
“Congressional Record—Appendix, pp. A34-A35 January 10, 1963”