Top 10 Books for Selfish Citizens, 4th Quarter 2012

The following are the top 10 books for October – December 2012 as identified by the readers of Selfish Citizenship.

  1. Ayn Rand’s Normative Ethics: The Virtuous Egoist by Tara Smith
  2. The Head of Athena (The Cyrus Skeen Series) by Edward Cline
  3. Black & White World III by Cox and Forkum
  4. The Aristotle Adventure: A Guide to the Greek, Arabic, & Latin Scholars Who Transmitted Aristotle’s Logic to the Renaissance by Burgess Laughlin
  5. James Monroe: The Quest for National Identity by Harry Ammon
  6. Albert Gallatin: Jeffersonian Financier and Diplomat by Raymond Walters, Jr
  7. The Politics and the Constitution of Athens by Aristotle
  8. John Adams and the Spirit of Liberty by C. Bradley Thompson
  9. The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else by Hernando de Soto
  10. Complex Justice: The Case of Missouri v. Jenkins by Joshua M. Dunn

What are you reading? Tell us in a comment.

The top 10 posts on Selfish Citizenship for that period were:

  1. Top Three Reasons to Vote Obama for President
  2. Top Three Reasons to Vote Romney for President
  3. My Top 3 Selfish Reasons for My Voting Romney
  4. Top 4 Lessons from Election Day 2012
  5. Today is Reason’s Harvest, not Black Friday
  6. Are Government Regulations Inherently Illegitimate?
  7. Question #4: For Whom Should I Vote for President?
  8. Raise Medicare Payroll Taxes on Employees
  9. Voting the Lesser of Two Evils?
  10. The Free Exercise of Rights without Government Intimidation

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1 Response to Top 10 Books for Selfish Citizens, 4th Quarter 2012

  1. Thank you for listing _The Aristotle Adventure_.


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