Please share your favorite piece of Libertarian literature, no matter where it lies on the spectrum.
It can be from any topic, government, economics, specific laws, theory, philosophy, whatever.
If you want to share why it is your favorite, please do.
If you have a link to either a PDF or Audiobook, please feel free to share as well.
I have read most of the very popular books/essays from both ends, but I expect to see many that I haven’t.
My personal favorite is The Road to Serfdom by F.A. Hayek.
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