Recommended Reading

The following list began as a recommended reading assignment for members of Freedom First Society. But we highly recommend these books and documents to the attention of anyone. Expect to see the list grow as we add to it regularly.

Please note that the works here are presented because we believe they contribute significantly to an understanding of some aspect of the problems America faces or to an understanding of the solution and the principles of freedom.

The presence of a book here is not intended as a blanket endorsement of the author’s views. In fact, sometimes we will include works by the enemies of freedom, such as Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, simply because we believe that it is vital that more Americans have a better understanding of the enemy at work.

Sources on the Problem

Annis, Edward R., M.D. (Past President, A.M.A.). Code Blue: Health Care in Crisis. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1993.

Milloy, Steve. Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Control Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them. Regnery, 2009. (Please see our review.)

Solomon, Lawrence. The Deniers. Richard Vigilante Books, 2008. (Please see our review.)

Douglass, Joseph D. Jr. Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America. Atlanta: Clarion House, 1990.

Epstein, Julius. Operation Keelhaul: The Story of Forced Repatriation from 1944 to the Present. Old Greenwich, Conn.: Devin-Adair, 1973.

Robison, John. Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe. (Americanist Classics edition). Belmont, Mass.: Western Islands, 1967.

Sterling, Claire. The Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston and Reader’s Digest Press, 1981.

Welch, Robert H. W. Jr. May God Forgive Us. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1952.

Again, May God Forgive Us. Belmont, Mass.: Belmont Publishing Co., 1971.

Martin, Rose L. Fabian Freeway: High Road to Socialism in the U.S.A., 1884-1966. Belmont, Mass: Western Islands, 1966.

Shearon, Marjorie. Wilbur J. Cohen: The Pursuit of Power, A Bureaucratic Biography. Washington, D.C.: Gray Printing Company, 1967.

Sources on the Solution

The Constitution of the United States.

Griffin, G. Edward. The Life and Words of Robert Welch. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: American Media, 1975.

Hamilton, Alexander, James Madison, and John Jay. The Federalist Papers. New York: Mentor, 1961.

Hyde, Douglas. Dedication and Leadership: Learning from the Communists. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1966.

Welch, Robert H.W. Jr. The New Americanism and Other Speeches and Essays by Robert Welch. Belmont, Mass.: Western Islands, 1966. (Particularly, “More Stately Mansions,” “The New Americanism,” and “Republics and Democracies.”)