Winter reading

I’m starting to assemble my winter reading list (although thankfully we now have a standby generator, so I won’t have to read in the dark for four days after an ice storm). But I don’t have any specific titles, which is where all of my faithful readers (Hi, mom! Mom?) come in.

I’ll give you the general areas I’m wanting to read about, and you supply any quality titles you’re aware of? OK? OK! Hey, ho, let’s go!

  • Winston Churchill. Need a quality bio suggestion.
  • World War I. An overview.
  • Economics. (I’ve already read Thomas Sowell’s basic work.)
  • Charles Spurgeon bio.
  • Charles Lindbergh.

3 thoughts on “Winter reading

  1. On Economics I’d go with the following:

    E.F. Schumacher’s “Small is Beautfiul”
    Paul Hawken’s “Natural Capitalism”
    Any books on Distributivism you can find
    Eduardo Galleano’s “Open Veins of Latin America”
    Robert Reich “Supercapitalism”
    John Perkins “Confessions of an Economic Hitman”
    Nial Ferguson “The Ascent of Money”

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