Below, you will find a collection of anthologies and audiobooks available for free download, from oldest to newest.
Adventures in Illinois Law: Witnessing Tyranny Firsthand (2015)
By: Shane Radliff
In this anthology, Shane witnessed tyranny firsthand. Within, you will find field trips reports chronicling his attendance of various local government functions, and also a couple of unexpected police encounters. This collection of political field trips was a major driver to his currently held apolitical beliefs.
Adventures in Illinois Higher Education: Communist Indoctrination (2015)
By: Shane Radliff
In this anthology, Shane exposes higher level education for what it is: communist indoctrination. Within this anthology, you will see higher level indoctrination educators praise Communism and Marx, push the social justice warrior narrative, as well as your garden variety State worship.
An Illusive Phantom of Hope: A Critique of Reformism (2015)
By: Kyle Rearden from The Last Bastille blog
In this anthology, Kyle Rearden runs through the many aspects of reformism and judges the efficacy of each of them. His conclusion is that the political means are ineffective and a waste of time and money. It’s time to start using the economic means.
The Production of Security (1849)
By: Gustave de Molinari
Read by Kyle Rearden | Produced by Shane Radliff
In this book, Molinari explains the dangers of monopolized policing and also sets out his vision for a free market in security.
Are Cops Constitutional? (2001)
By: Roger Roots
Read and Produced by Shane Radliff
This is an academic whitepaper by Dr. Roots, discussing the historicity of policing in America, the growth of professional policing, and the ramifications of the institution.
VONU: The Search for Personal Freedom (1983)
Vonu is an anti-political lifestyle and strategy of voluntary social exclusion, whose ideal goal is to become as invulnerable to coercion as humanly possible. The strategy of vonu varies on an individual basis; for example, you could have a lot of interaction with the statist/servile society while importing-exporting, you could become completely self-sufficient and move far out in the woods, and any combination in between.
Argumentation Ethics: An Anthology (2016)
Hans-Herman Hoppe’s argumentation ethics has been an extremely divisive subject within the libertarian community, as pointed out by Dr. Walter Block and Kyle Rearden. Due to the implications argumentation ethics could have on libertarianism in general, I think the 26 years of discourse is extremely important, and is something that should be continued by philosophers and economists alike.
Just Below the Surface: A Guide to Security Culture (2016)
In this anthology, he provides an overall, in-depth analysis of various security measures, such as secured record archival, making your car inconspicuous, home hardening, and much more. Not only does he critique methods already available, he expands upon them and even includes his novel contributions, such as Gary Hunt’s proposal of dual layer encryption.
Sedition, Subversion, and Sabotage, Field Manual No. 1: A Three Part Solution to the State
By: Ben Stone
This 165 page paperback provisional field manual is a collaborative effort to disrupt and destroy the entity known as the State. It examines the traditional methods of fighting the State, and their failures, while providing a new option.