Perhaps the most influential political analysis I have ever read. First published in 1867 by one of my heroes Lysander Spooner. Here he goes methodically over the idea of the social contract and the illegitimacy of the constitution of the USA over its inhabitants.
A really decent, albeit brief, step into the Libertarian social/economic philosophy called “Agorism” written by Samuel Edward Konkin III.
Like I said before, it’s brief but a really good read and very thought provoking; Discussing topics including, counter-economics, the immorality and impracticality of state power, and general libertarian/Austrian economic theory.
A futuristic Sci-Fi written by Michael Z. Williamson, and published in 2004.
This book is both a really fun novel to read as well as being a very compelling look into a totally libertarian society; one that is both socially and legally free. It’s one you’ll read in a day or two it’s so good.
Written by Harper Lee, and published in 1960, it’s one of my favorite book, for both her writing style and it’s philosophical/historical significance. "remember jem, it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.". However I would only give it an 8/10 personally because it's a bit slow at times and while it's definitely a beautiful read, It can get awfully dry. Still, I would recommend reading it at least once.
Written by J. Neil Schulman and published in 1979.
J. Neil Schulman wrote this book and dedicated it to his philosophical predecessor Samuel Edward Kinkin III and the philosophy of Agorism. It centers in a dystopian future USA plagued by super-inflation and government corruption.
My all time Favorite novel written by one of the most important woman to ever live, Ayn Rand. Originally published in 1957, Ayn regarded it as her “Magnum Opus” which I couldn’t agree with more. This book is a masterpiece of Philosophy woven into a dystopian future world where the ideas of collectivism have ravaged the planet and almost every individual inhabiting it.