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  1. From this point on: https://t.me/rightargument/135

    We recommend you to start reading:

    1. Murray Rothbard: “Towards a New Freedom: A Libertarian Manifesto” (read in tg here (https://t.me/k_novoy_svobode) or listen to audio (https://t.me/hplibrary/145))

    2. Humer “The Problem of Political Authority” (our post about him (https://t.me/rightargument/110) and the book in PDF (https://t.me/rightargument/111))

    3. David Friedman's “The machinery of Freedom” (currently in translation) (https://ancapchan.info/friedman/russian/) from Ankap-chan, the original is also here (https://ancapchan.info/friedman/english/))

    4. Хоппе: “The economics and ethics of private property” (PDF (https://cdn.mises.org/Economics%20and%20Ethics%20of%20Private%20Property%20Studies%20in%20Political%20Economy%20and%20Philosophy_3.pdf))

    5. Albert Jay Nock: “Our enemy, the State” (PDF (https://b-ok.cc/book/873240/7b072b))

    6. Kinsella: “Against intellectual property” (our post about him (https://t.me/rightargument/117))

    7. Mises: “Human Activity “(PDF (https://t.me/hplibrary/473))

    8. Jesus Huerta De Soto “Socio-economic Theory of Dynamic Efficiency” (PDF (https://vk.com/doc84101837_313440778?hash=b67d22c048bf862796&dl=9f5482dbb113454935))

    9. Hayek: “Individualism and the Economic Order” (PDF (https://b-ok.cc/book/2753482/399d07) or listen to audio (https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAFMnakihT6j0QKAdVg))

    10. Стрингхэм “Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life” (PDF (http://d.zaix.ru/h7zC.pdf))

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