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·         Gar Alperovitz, The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb

o   The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb

 

·         Ruben Alvarado, The Debate That Changed the West: Grotius versus Althusius

o   A Choice

 

·         Johannes Althusius, Politica: Politics Methodically Set Forth and Illustrated with Sacred and Profane Examples

o   The Road Not Taken

o   Governance by Consent

o   Voluntarily From the Bottom Up

o   Politics According to Althusius

o   The Building Blocks of Society

o   Dealing With the Tyrant

 

·         Johannes Althusius, On Law and Power

o   Too Many Lawyers

o   A Man of His Time

o   Details, Details

 

·         Karen Armstrong, The Great Transformation: The Beginning of Our Religious Traditions

o   All Men Seek God

o   In the Beginning Was the Word

o   The Awakening

o   In Search of Ethics

o   Other Paths

o   Concern for All

o   The Beginning of the End…

o   Missing the Big Picture

 

·         Harry Elmer Barnes (editor), Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Its Aftermath

o   The Moral Bankruptcy of WWII

o   Foreign Policy: Whose National Interest is it, Anyway? (Part One)

o   Foreign Policy: Whose National Interest is it, Anyway? (Part Two)

o   The Cynical FDR

 

·         Jacques Barzun, From Dawn to Decadence: 1500 to the Present: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life

o   From Decadence to Dawn

o   The Dawn of Decadence

 

·         Jack Beatty, The Lost History of 1914: How the Great War Was Not Inevitable

o   Some Lessons from History

o   Prelude to the Great War: Germany

o   Prelude to the Great War: Russia

o   Prelude to the Great War: England

o   Prelude to the Great War: The United States and Mexico

o   Prelude to the Great War: Austria-Hungary

o   Prelude to the Great War: France

 

·         Hilaire Belloc, The Crusades: The World’s Debate

o   The Battle for Syria

o   The Battle for Syria, Part II

 

·         Hilaire Belloc, The Great Heresies

o   Heresy

o   Rise of the Phoenix

o   The Devil is in the Details

o   The Modern Heresy

 

·         Lerone Bennett, Jr., Forced Into Glory: Abraham Lincoln’s White Dream

o   Abraham Lincoln: Forced Into Glory

 

·         Kai Bird and Lawrence Lifschultz (editors), Hiroshima's Shadow: Writings on the Denial of History and the Smithsonian Controversy

o   The Day Hiroshima Disappeared

o   The Symbol of All Human Evil

 

·         James Bradley, The Imperial Cruise: A Secret History of Empire and War

o   The White Man’s Burden

o   The US Greenlights Militaristic Japan

 

·         James Bradley, The China Mirage: The Hidden History of American Disaster in Asia

o   Sneak Preview

o   I Didn’t Do It

o   All Warfare is Based on Deception

 

·         C. John Caddoux, The Early Christian Attitude to War

o   The Early Christian Attitude to War

 

·         Gerard Casey, Freedom's Progress?: A History of Political Thought

o   Philosopher-Kings

o   It’s Not a State!

o   Looking Through the Wrong End of the Telescope

o   The Middleman

o   It’s Only Natural

o   Freedom’s Progress?

o   Open Secrets

o   Christianity

o   Christians and Government

o   Augustine

o   Finding Freedom in an Unfree World

o   Thomas Aquinas and Law

o   The Reformation

o   The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good

o   The Enlightenment’s Evil Twin

o   The Enlightenment’s Critic of Reason

o   Not So Confusing…

o   The Anarchists

o   The Journey’s End

 

·         Gilbert K. Chesterton, Heretics (eBook)

o   Dealing With Heretics

o   The Hopeless Fight

o   The Evil of Militarism

o   The Ideal of Humility

o   Abusing Tradition

o   Plain Thinking

o   The Old “New Atheists”

o   The Provincial

o   Secularism or Religion

o   Making Dogma

 

·         Gilbert K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy (eBook)

o   He Believes in Himself

o   Virtues Let Loose

o   Childlike Faith in Politics

o    

 

·         Paul Collins, The Birth of the West: Rome, Germany, France, and the Creation of Europe in the Tenth Century

o   Birthing Pains

o   Making an Omelette

o   The Peace of God

o   Clemency

o   Oppressive Western Civilization

 

·         Oliver Creighton, Early European Castles: Aristocracy and Authority, AD 800-1200

o   The Castles in the Distance

 

·         RHC Davis, A History of Medieval Europe

o   Panarchy in the Middle Ages

o   A Decentralized Society: Church Towers Bear Witness

o   What About Romans 13?

o   The Fall of Rome: Condensed Version

o   He Made a Desert and Called it Peace

o   Saving the West

o   Onward, Christian Soldiers

o   Liberty and Personal Law

o   Centralization and War

o   The Warrior Pope

 

·         R.M. Douglas, Orderly and Humane: The Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War

o   The “Orderly and Humane” Forced Expulsion of 14 Million Germans

o   The Seeds of German Expulsion are Sown

o   German Expulsions: Having No Plan IS the Plan

o   German Expulsions: Door Number One or Door Number Two?

o   Orderly and Humane: German Expulsions after World War Two

 

·         Edward Feser, The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism

o   Walking the Fine Line…

o   The Love of Knowledge

o   Aristotle’s Metaphysics

o   A Giant Among Pygmies

o   Natural Law and Liberty

o   Mind Your Punctuation

o   Natural Rights and Morality

o   Plato’s Cave

 

·         Richard Feynman, "What Do You Care What Other People Think?": Further Adventures of a Curious Character

o   Untethered Science

 

·         John Finnis, Joseph M. Boyle, Jr., and Germain Grisez, Nuclear Deterrence, Morality and Realism

o   The Morality of Deterrence

o   Remember Your Humanity

 

·         Peter Frankopan, The Silk Roads: A New History of the World

o   The Silk Roads

o   The Silk Roads of Faith

o   The Silk Roads of Revolution

o   The Silk Roads Smörgåsbord

o   The Silk Roads to Heaven and Hell

o   The Silk Roads to the Twentieth Century

o   Rivals Masquerading as Allies

o   The Silk Roads: Oil, War, and Revolution

 

·         David Fromkin, A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East

o   The Vintage of History is Forever Repeating

o   The More That Things Change

o   The Financier of the Revolution

o   Lather, Rinse, Repeat

o   The Hundred Years’ War

o   Once is Tragedy, Twice is Farce

 

·         Paul Fussell, The Great War and Modern Memory

o   The Enemy Within

o   The (Notoriously) Great War

 

·         Paul Fussell, Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War

o   “Welcome to the War”

 

·         Jean Gimpel, The Medieval Machine

o   The Industrial Revolution of the Middle Ages

 

·         Eric J. Goldberg, Struggle for Empire: Kingship and Conflict Under Louis the German, 817 – 876

o   Decentralization: Anathema to the Elite

o   Government Money, Taxes, and War

o   Annual Meeting of the Elite

 

·         Joan Grant, The Monster Who Grew Small

o   The National Psychosis: Conquered by Miobi

 

·         Brad S. Gregory, Rebel in the Ranks: Martin Luther, the Reformation, and the Conflicts That Continue to Shape Our World

o   Respect and Restraint

o   Rebel With a Cause

o   A Bolt of Lightning

o   The Spark

o   Fortune Favors the Bold

o   The Father of Many

o   Free Sects

o   War

o   The New World

o   Free at Last

 

·         Ted Grimsrud, The Good War That Wasn’t – and Why it Matters

o   By Their Fruits You Will Know Them

o   God of War

o   Britain’s Terrorist-in-Chief

o   The Enemy in the Mirror

 

·         John W. Hall and‎ Jeffrey P. Mass, editors, Medieval Japan: Essays in Institutional History

o   Medieval Japan

 

·         Jochen Hellbeck, Stalingrad: The City That Defeated the Third Reich

o   The Greatest Generation

o   Salvation

o   The Beginning, Middle, and End

 

·         Tom Holland, Millennium

o   An Attempt at Empire

o   The End of the World

o   Peace Through the Sword

o   Slavery

o   Renovatio

o    

 

·         Herbert Hoover, Freedom Betrayed

o   Freedom Betrayed

o   Freedom Betrayed, Part 2

o   Hoover, the “Anti-Interventionist”

o   Making the World Safe for Stalin

o   Communism Comes to America

o   What War Really Is

o   Churchill Desires Stalin, But Why?

o   Hitler’s Coming!

o   The Faustian Bargain

o   World War II: The Last Constitutionally Declared War… (Well, not exactly…)

o   Backing Japan Into a Corner

o   Roosevelt Demands Unconditional Surrender

o   Roosevelt’s BFF “Uncle Joe”

o   Formalizing the Sellout

o   From Roosevelt to Truman: A Revolutionary Change in Policy?

o   Poland as Pawn: Hoover Identifies Roosevelt’s Betrayal

o   The Final Abandonment: China and the True Purpose behind U.S. Entry into WWII

o   Hoover Unplugged: His True Views of Churchill and Roosevelt

o   Nineteen Lost Opportunities for Statesmanship

o   Hoover Summarizes His Magnum Opus

 

·         Hans Herman Hoppe (editor), The Myth of National Defense: Essays on the Theory and History of Security Production

o   Introduction

o   The History

 

·         Jörg Guido Hülsmann and Stephan Kinsella, editors, Property, Freedom, and Society: Essays in Honor of Hans-Hermann Hoppe

o   Mindful of Gratitude

o   The Necessary War

o   The Errors of Classical Liberalism

o   Integrating Classical Natural Law and Libertarian Theory

o   Give Me Liberty or Give Me Property Rights!

 

·         Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men

o   The Slave Power’s Designs for Conquest

o   A Proper Militia

o   Metamorphosis

 

·         Merrill Jensen, The New Nation: A History of the United States During the Confederation 1781 – 1789

o   Exposing the False History During the Confederation

o   The Objectives Behind the American Revolution

o   Corporatocracy in the Revolution

o   The Balance Between Security and Liberty

o   Military Victory Without a Central State

o   The Lost Story of the American Revolution

o   Robert Morris, Financier of the Revolution?

o   Who Won the American Revolution?

 

·         Bertrand de Jouvenel, On Power: The Natural History of its Growth

o   The Problem With Equality

o   Democracy be Damned

o   A Hideously Immoral Phenomenon

o   Culture and Liberty

o   Monarchy Without the King

o   The New Nobility

o   No Imaginary Evil

 

·         David Kennedy, International Law and the Nineteenth Century: History of an Illusion (PDF)

o   The Century of Arbitration and Peace

 

·         Fritz Kern, Kingship and Law in the Middle Ages

o   The (Not So) Dark Ages

o   The Road from Serfdom

o   Every Individual Vested with Veto Power

o   The Law (No, Not THAT One)

o   A Written Constitution: Protecting the State from the People

 

·         Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Liberty or Equality: The Challenge of Our Time

o   The Words of the Prophets

o   The Fatherland of Philosophy

 

·         Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Leftism: From de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse

o   Leftism: A Perfect Track Record of Failure

o   Living Right

o   The Left’s War on Religion…

o   Vive la Révolution

o   The Road to International Socialism

o   The “Good” Liberal

o   The “Bad” Liberal

o   More Alike Than Unlike

 

·         Robert Latouche, The Birth of Western Economy

o   Back to the Future

o   Germanic Roots

o   Merovingian Anarchy

 

·         C.S. Lewis Mere Christianity

o   Thin Christianity

 

·         C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man

o   This is Sublime

o   Finding the Trunk

o   Nature Conquers Man

o   It’s Natural

o   The Natural Law of C.S. Lewis

 

·         C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters

o   Argumentation

o   The Garden

o   Democracy and Egalitarianism

 

·         C.S. Lewis, Miracles

o   Asking the Right Questions

 

·         C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain

o   The Problem of No Pain

o   Why Sacrifice Isaac?

 

·         C.S. Lewis, Transposition, and Other Addresses

o   A Sunday Sermon

o   The Body

o   Membership

o   Advice on Entering Adult Life

o   The Miracle of Ancient Ways

o   The Abolition of the Universe

 

·         Martin Luther, The Bondage of the Will; translation and introduction by J. I. Packer & O. R. Johnston

o   Standing at the Crossroads

o   Sympathy and Confrontation

o   The Final Divide

 

·         Sean McMeekin, The Russian Origins of the First World War

o   Maybe It Wasn’t Germany

o   Russia’s Strategic Imperative…

o   The Enemy Population

o   Partitioning the Ottoman Empire

o   The Surrealism of War

o   Reflex Movements

 

·         Richard Hayes Miller, American Imperialism in 1898: the quest for national fulfillment

o   American Imperialism: Born Hand-in-Hand with the Constitution

o   McKinley Asks Congress for War

 

·         Mark Molesky, This Gulf of Fire: The Great Lisbon Earthquake, or Apocalypse in the Age of Science and Reason

o   You Complete Me

o   The Most Significant Event of the European Enlightenment

o   Terror

 

·         Madhusree Mukerjee, Churchill's Secret War: The British Empire and the Ravaging of India during World War II

o   When You Say Peace, I Hear the Other Thing

o   The Cyclone

o   The Passing of Empire

 

·         Robert Nisbet, Roosevelt and Stalin: The Failed Courtship

o   Roosevelt’s BFF “Uncle Joe,” Part II

 

·         Robert Nisbet, The Quest for Community: A Study in the Ethics of Order and Freedom

o   One Hand Washing the Other

o   Community Lost

o   Community Found

o   No Turning Back

o   Name Your Poison

o   The Revolutionary Essence of the State

o   The Road to Sovereignty

o   Far Cry

o   Procuring Petty and Paltry Pleasures

o   The Missing Link

 

·         Régine Pernoud, Those Terrible Middle Ages: Debunking the Myths

o   Liberal Society Hidden in the Dark Ages

 

·         John C. Rao, editor, Luther and His Progeny: 500 Years of Protestantism & its Consequences for Church, State, and Society

o   Dangerous Territory

o   Total Corruption and Total Determinism

o   Rise of the Modern State

o   The Graceless Body Politic

o   Property and Contracts

o   Negative Liberty’s War on Nature

 

·         Jean Raspail, The Camp of the Saints

o   The Camp

 

·         R. R. Reno, Return of the Strong Gods: Nationalism, Populism, and the Future of the West

o   A Frustrating Book

o   What is to be Done?

 

·         Lew Rockwell, Against the Left: A Rothbardian Libertarianism

o   Liberty’s Obstacle

o   Tradition, Egalitarianism, and Immigration

o   Anti-Human

 

·         Eugene Rogan, The Fall of the Ottomans

o   The Fall of the Ottomans

o   The Dying Days of Empire

o   The Road to Genocide

o   A Genocide by Any Other Name….

o   Gallipoli

o   Revenge or Justice?

 

·         Heinrich A. Rommen,   The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social History and Philosophy

o   The Natural Law

o   The Scholastics

o   New Wine, Old Wineskins

o   Wine Fraud

o   Man in a State of Nature?

o   Where Natural Law was Lost

o   Why Positive Law Dies….

o   Is-Ought and Hume’s Guillotine

o   The Foundations for Liberty

 

·         Murray Rothbard, For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto

o   A Strategy for Liberty

 

·         Murray Rothbard, editor, The Libertarian Forum

o   I offer a running link, as this will be a very long term project.

 

·         Murray Rothbard, The Irrepressible Rothbard

o   Kulturkampf!

o   Nation

o   Invade the World

o   Why They Hate Rothbard

o   Rothbard and Open Borders

o   Rothbard on Trump

o   Rothbard: Concluding Remarks

 

·         Murray Rothbard, Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature and Other Essays

o   The Trees

o   What About Liberty?

o   Undefending the Defendable

 

·         Murray Rothbard, The Progressive Era

o   One Ring to Rule Them All

o    

 

·         Murray Rothbard, The Ethics of Liberty

o   What of Natural Rights?

 

·         James C. Russell, The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation

o   Germanic Christianity

o   What Kind of Christian Are You?

o   Shake the Dust off Your Feet

o   Germanic Social Structure

o   Conversion

 

·         Brett Salkeld, Transubstantiation: Theology, History, and Christian Unity

o   Do This in Remembrance of Me

o   What We’ve Got Here is a Failure to Communicate*

o   Identity Marker

o   A Bridge Too Far

o   Transforming Aristotle

 

·         Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof, 1939 – The War That Had Many Fathers

o   World War Two, a View from Different Eyes

o   The Assassination that Began the Century of War

o   Democracy: The god That Demands Revenge

o   Anschluß für Großdeutschland

o   How Woodrow Wilson Might Have Stopped Hitler

o   Poland as Obnoxious Pawn

 

·         James C. Scott, The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia

o   Introduction

o   The fight for control

o   Uncivilized?

o   Creating Subjects

o   Zones of Refuge

o   State-Accessible Product

o   Population Control via Slavery

o   Civilization?

o   Defense Benefits of Being a Non-State

o   Anarchy: The Unknown Ideal

 

·         Tom Segev, One Palestine, Complete: Jews and Arabs Under the British Mandate

o   Birth of a White Negro

o   Laughed At by Time

o   The Story of a Donkey

o   From Immigrants and Refugees to Terrorists

 

·         Igor Shafarevich, The Socialist Phenomenon

o   The Socialist Phenomenon

o   The Socialism of the Middle Ages

 

·         Timothy Snyder, Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin

o   Bloodlands

o   Prelude to War

o   Famine

o   Terror

o   Frenemies

o   Making a Choice

 

·         Rodney Stark, God's Battalions: The Case for the Crusades

o   An Argument for the Defense

 

·         William Thomas Stead, The Americanization of the World

o   Germany as Enemy

o   The Americanization of the World

o   How the Americanization of the World Will Come About

o   Hubris, Thy Name Is Anglo-American Elite

 

·         Richard Storey, The Uniqueness of Western Law: A Reactionary Manifesto

o   The Not-So-Universal Libertarianism

o   Libertarianism and Natural Law

o   Asking for Trouble

o   Political Life

 

·         Viktor Suvorov, The Chief Culprit: Stalin’s Grand Design to Start World War II

o   Stalin, Communism, and World War II

o   Stalin Prepares for War

o   Stalin Baits Hitler

o   The Soviet Union Invades Finland

o   June 13, 1941

o   Revisiting Suvorov

 

·         Carl Trotz, The Last of the Freemen

o   The Freemen

o   The Stellinga

 

·         Martin Van Creveld, The Rise and Decline of the State

o   The Rise and Decline of the State

o   The City-State

o   The Rise of the State

o   The State Grows Up

o   The Decline of the State

 

·         Frank van Dun, Various

o   What Happened to the Promise?

o   Give Me Liberty or Give Me Property Rights!

o   Heresy

o   Medieval Libertarianism

o   Frank van Dun’s Natural Law

o   Natural Law and Anarcho-Capitalism

o    

 

·         Laurence Vance, The Free Society

o   The Free Society

 

·         Laurence Vance, King James, His Bible, and its Translators

o   The History of the King James Bible

 

·         FJP Veale, Advance to Barbarism

o   Why the Wars?

o   Civilized Warfare

o   Barbarism’s Opening Salvo

o   Sennacherib’s Return

o   Sentence First! Verdict Afterwards

 

·         George Victor, The Pearl Harbor Myth: Rethinking the Unthinkable

o   The Pearl Harbor Myth: Rethinking the Unthinkable

 

·         Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences

o   The Dissolution of the West

o   Distinction and Hierarchy

o   Property as Metaphysical

o   The Journey Back

 

·         Alison Weir, Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel

o   The Betrayer of High Principles

o   Born in Terrorism

o   Homesteading?

 

·         Hugh Wilford, America's Great Game: The CIA’s Secret Arabists and the Shaping of the Modern Middle East

o   America’s Great Game

o   America in the Middle East

o   America and Zion

o   The Coup

o   The Syria Obsession

 

·         Robert L. Wilken, The Christians as the Romans Saw Them

o   The Early Years

o   Early Christian Philosophy

o   The Sixth Angel

 

·         N.T. Wright, Discerning the Dawn: History, Eschatology and New Creation (video lectures)

o   Liberty Without God?

o   From Reformation to Enlightenment

 

·         N.T. Wright, God in Public: How the Bible Speaks Truth to Power Today

o   God in Public

o   The Christian Challenge to Empire

o   Deconstructing Postmodernity

o   Not Quite Speaking Truth to Power

4 comments:

  1. Mr. Mosquito, as always enjoy your blog, in my discussions with friends and others who could be considered reasonably well informed let alone libs who know very little, the lack of any knowledge of Rhodes, MacKinder, Quigley and the concept of the world island and how virtually all of todays battles follow that outline, want to remind you to read "Conjuring Hitler" by Preparata, it fills in much on the British desire to crush Germany, reaffirming that the Great Game is always being played, what's the new plan? to get China and Russia battling? all the best, Mark

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    1. From the Amazon description of the book:

      "He explains that Britain, still clinging to its empire, was terrified of an alliance forming between Germany and Russia."

      In "The Silk Roads," the same issue was at stake prior to The Great War (I will write about this within the next week or two); it is still true today.

      Since I first discovered Mackinder, his thesis has rung true. Until I find a better explanation for the wars and geo-politics, I will stick with his.

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  2. I wish you would comment on Jehanne De Quillan's book, "The Gospel of the Beloved Companion." Do a yahoo search and on the first page click awakening women.com then click on healing stones.org "The Tree of Eight Boughs" is a vision from the first century not published until 2010 as well as the gospel that is a fore runner of all the gospels and hasn't been redacted by the catholic church. thanks Scott

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