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“What spectacle can be more edifying or more seasonable, than that of Liberty and Learning, each leaning on the other for their mutual and surest support?” – James Madison

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Liberty Library – Recommended Reading

The following are book and other educational materials that were made available at the “Liberty & Learning” and “Know Your Liberty” seminars taught by Stephen Pratt.

For the “Know Your Liberty” series

1. A More Perfect Union, America Becomes a Nation (Education Version) from the National Center for Constitutional Studies
2. Liberty and Economics, The Ludwig Von Mises Legacy
3. God, Schools and The Constitution; What should be taught? by John Eidsmoe
4. The Three Founding’s of America by Stephen Pratt
Two Contrasting Charters by Herb Titus
5. Sustainable Development and Biosphere Reserves by Michael Coffman and Tom Gilbert
6. America’s Censored Heritage by Michael Chapman
7. To Ourselves and Our Posterity by Stephen Pratt
8. Money, Banking, and the Federal Reserve from the Mises Insitute (
9. Which Father Are You Following by Stephen Pratt
10. Immigration Invasion by John F. McManus (

Institute on the Constitution by John Eidsmoe (12 thirty minute lessons with a study guide)

Pamphlets to Read:

1. The Constitution of the United States with the Declaration of Independence from the National Center for Constitutional Studies (
2. The Truth About Thomas Jefferson and the First Amendment (
3. When Tyranny Came to America by Joe Sobran (
4. A Humbling Lesson: Congressman Davy Crockett learns about the proper role of government by Edward S. Ellis (1884) (
5. Republics and Democracies: Without the proper foundation liberty will crumble! by Robert Welch (
6. Government, Poverty and Self-Reliance: Wisdom from 19th Century Presidents by Lawrence W. Reed (
7. Great Myths of the Great Depression by Lawrence W. Reed (
8. Transforming America: Sustainable Development (

Books to Read:

1. The 5000 Year Leap: A Miracle That Changed the World, Principles of Freedom 101 by W. Cleon Skousen (
2. Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis by Bill Bonner and Wiggin
3. A Century of War: Lincoln, Wilson and Roosevelt by John V. Denson