Education, politics, and anything else that catches my attention.
Hayek can be tough-going, but I've learned a great deal from his work. Start with "The Road to Serfdom," which is his most accessible book, I think.
Some (unsolicited, but what the heck!) suggestions:*) For Ayn Rand, read the Fountainhead instead of (or before) Atlas Shrugged. The writing is better.*) David Friedman has an excellent book, The Machinery of Freedom, that might qualify as a good "social justice" book from a libertarian perspective (that isn't the point of the book, but, well, you'll see if you read it).*) Hayek and von Mises are tough reads :-(-Mark Roulo
Here's 'The Road to Serfdon' by Hayek in cartoons:http://www.mises.org/books/TRTS/So, you can do the fast read, hit the high points and whet your appetite for the real thing.-Angela
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