Thursday, June 16, 2005

Books on Liberty

David Gordon, in his article The Meaning and History of Liberty: An In-Print Bibliography posted at the Ludwig von Mises Institute website, writes about his project to compile an annotated bibliography of "the 100 most important books on liberty." His working list of 125 books in print includes one from GKC:
Chesterton, G.K. What’s Wrong With the World? Chesterton uses his immense gift for paradox to show the fallacies of those in revolt against the natural order. He refuted contemporary feminism in advance of its birth.

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