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''[[The Fountainhead]]'' Ayn Rand '''5'''
 
''[[The Fountainhead]]'' Ayn Rand '''5'''
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''[[Anthem]]'' Ayn Rand '''4'''
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''[[We the Living]]'' Ayn Rand '''3'''
  
 
''One Lonely Night'' Mickey Spillane
 
''One Lonely Night'' Mickey Spillane
  
 
''Gates of Fire'' -Steven Pressfield
 
''Gates of Fire'' -Steven Pressfield

Revision as of 13:34, 8 April 2005

Please list the title, author, and year (if known) of the book. Optionally, add a 1-5 rating, where 5 is a timeless must-read classic, and 1 is a book of passing interest.

Non-Fiction

Objectivism: the Philosophy of Ayn Rand (OPAR} - Lenoard Peikoff 5

Study Methods and Motivation - Edwin Locke 4

Moral Armor -Ronald E. Springer 2004 5 ---The world's first fully-integrated moral code based on the Nature of Man. Called the non-fiction equivalent of Atlas Shrugged, it explains the moral structure of cognition that guides our every step.

Historical Non-Fiction

A History of the United States and Its People - Edward Eggleston

The Rise of the Roman Empire - Polybius

Cicero -Anthony Everitt

The War with Hannibal (Book XXI-XXX) - Livy

The Coming Battle - M.W. Walbert

Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation -Joseph J. Ellis 2002 *4* ---Our philosophy departments teach Marx. What about moral men?

Fiction

Atlas Shrugged Ayn Rand 5

The Fountainhead Ayn Rand 5

Anthem Ayn Rand 4

We the Living Ayn Rand 3

One Lonely Night Mickey Spillane

Gates of Fire -Steven Pressfield