Recommended Reading

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The Reading Material recommended here introduces readers to books that made a profound positive impact on our daily lives. We hope it will do the same for you.


1. The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind: Gustave Le Bon

Gustave Le Bon provides an insightful and prophetic glimpse into the madness of crowds, unmasking the psychological mechanisms that drive irrational group behavior. As we witness growing social unrest and polarization in today's world, this classic work offers a timely and critical understanding of the forces that shape collective minds and actions.

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2. The Communist Manifesto: Karl Marx

The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx outlines the fundamentals of communism. Before you criticize Marxism, it is important to truly understand what the movement aims to accomplish.



3. Das Kapital: Karl Marx






4. White Fragility: Robin Diangelo






5. The Gulag Archipelago: Alexander Solzhenitsyn






6. Color, Communism, and Common Sense: Manning Johnson

7. The Authoritarian Moment: Ben Shapiro






8. Speechless, Controlling Words, Controlling Minds: Michael Knowles






9. American Marxism: Mark Levin






10. An Antidote to Chaos: 12 Rules for Life: Jordan B. Peterson






11. Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: Jordan B. Peterson






12. Extreme Ownership: Jocko Willink

In Extreme Ownership, Jocko Willink helps readers to understand how to take ownership and accountability for their actions. There is always something we can do (or could have done) differently. Holding ourselves accountable is the first step to becoming a person worth respecting. This book promotes courage and self-discipline.

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