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  • Floyd
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    To add another:

    John Locke's "Second Treatise on Government"

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    Atlas Shrugged should be required reading for all college freshmen.

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    Bible (for those who wish not to go to h&ll)

    Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous
    (for those who have been to h&ll and do not wish to go back)

    Unintended Consequences(should be required reading for high school history classes)

    This list could go on forever.

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    "ENDEAVOR TO PERSEVERE"

    "As iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another." Proverbs 27:17


    "...if only men were granted absolute liberty, and were compelled to obey no one, they would then voluntarily associate themselves in the common interest."

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    Anything by Monty Pythons Flying Circus!

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    "Admiral of The Ocean Sea".......by.........Samuel Elliot Morison.........Columbus and the voyages of discovery

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    Some works in the science area that have had great impact on human history...

    Principia (Law of Motion by Isaac Newton) 5 July 1687

    Origin of Species (Thoery of Evolution by Darwin 1859)

    Theory of Relativity
    (Albert Einstein 1905)

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    Green Eggs and Ham - Dr. Seuss

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    1. The Bible
    2. The Declaration of Independance
    3. The Magna Carta (Without it we would not have the Declaration of Independance)
    4. The US Constitution

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    Unintended Consequences

    The African Slave Trade(could be Atlantic, not African)

    Human Action

    Atlas Shrugged

    Fourth Reich of the Rich

    Those would be five more good ones.

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    "Those who beat their guns into plows will plow for those who didn't"

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    The big 10 by YHWH!

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    The Law by Frederic Bastiat

    A Voluntary Discourse on Servitude by Etienne de la Boetie

    Can't remember the full title off-hand, nevertheless, ask for Blackstone's Commentary on the Common Law

    Spiritual Counterfeits by Raphael Gasson

    How to Enjoy the Bible by E.W. Bullinger

    Light Through an Eastern Window,
    Orientalisms of the Bible I,
    Orientalisms of the Bible II, all by Bishop K.C. Pillai

    One of those 1' thick complete and unabridged dictionaries of the English language.

    Those these are few and certainly NOT an exhaustive listing, they will give foundational knowledge and understanding in the use and abuse of the law and the use and abuse of the spirit. Where you go after this is a matter of interest and choice. The list of useful volumes could be endless.

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  • mack
    started a topic (GD) The most important written works in history?

    (GD) The most important written works in history?

    So what are they and how would you rank them? I ask because I was thinking today about what written works are crucial for my children to know and understand.

    1. Bible

    2. Declaration of Independence

    I'm not sure after these two - I can think of a lot of books to be sure - too many in fact - so help out with your top ten.

    [ 11. December 2002, 23:16: Message edited by: Rebecca ]
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