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Re: Looking for good liberty audio books
« Reply #15 on: July 06, 2009, 09:28:51 AM »

Wow now that is a very bad precedent. If they can make it illegal to read out loud. Just imagine all the fathers that are going to be law breakers when they read bedtime stories to their kids.

And or if you wanted to volunteer to read at a library for an audience of children. You'll have to charge a fee, and a tax and more than likely sign up for a business license
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Re: Looking for good liberty audio books
« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2009, 10:06:09 AM »

Wow now that is a very bad precedent. If they can make it illegal to read out loud. Just imagine all the fathers that are going to be law breakers when they read bedtime stories to their kids.

And or if you wanted to volunteer to read at a library for an audience of children. You'll have to charge a fee, and a tax and more than likely sign up for a business license

One of my volunteer things at the elementary school for the past three years has been reading to two classes each week. We'd read a couple chapters each week, and get through 2-4 books during the school year. It's too bad I didn't know I should have been charging the kids...
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Re: Looking for good liberty audio books
« Reply #17 on: July 06, 2009, 07:26:46 PM »

"Human Action" on audio?  :shock:

Don't listen to this while driving!
Oddly, I'm listening to Human Action while going around town on my bike. Maybe I'm just a weirdo, but I find deep reads great for focusing. Especially the sections where he lays out Ricardo's coordination theorems.
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Re: Looking for good liberty audio books
« Reply #18 on: July 08, 2009, 10:37:34 PM »

Rainman says, "definitely Bastiat, The Law"
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Re: Looking for good liberty audio books
« Reply #19 on: July 08, 2009, 11:32:27 PM »

"Human Action" on audio?  :shock:

Don't listen to this while driving!
Oddly, I'm listening to Human Action while going around town on my bike. Maybe I'm just a weirdo, but I find deep reads great for focusing. Especially the sections where he lays out Ricardo's coordination theorems.

I like to "save up" the Human Action chapters until there's like 4 hours' worth of them and then listen to them at work around the time that it starts getting really dull. Great for engaging the mind while doing drudge work.

I also listened to The Ethics of Liberty, For a New Liberty, and Conceived in Liberty at work. Without which experience I might still be struggling to finally reject the state.

Also, Garet Garrett's book The Driver was just read by Riggenbach and released as Mises audio. It's sort of a proto-Atlas Shrugged, and I frankly enjoyed it more.
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