Monday, June 1, 2015

Bestselling Books in the Month of May 2015

Combined list from and Target Liberty.

HOT 1. Problems with Piketty: The Flaws and Fallacies in Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Mark Hendickson. Because of this 

2. The Secret of Selling Anything by Harry Browne --On list because of this: If You Want to Get a Great Job, Read Harry Browne and Network, Network, Network13th appearance on list.

3.Million Dollar Habits: 10 Simple Steps To Getting Everything You Want In Life by Robert Ringer. Because of this. Tenth month on list.

4. The Fed Flunks: My Speech at the New York Federal Reserve Bank by Robert Wenzel  Ninth appearance on list.

5. Making Economic Sense by Murray Rothbard. Because of this.

6.  The Next Generation of Austrian Economics: Essays in Honor of Joseph T, Salerno. Because of this. Second month on list.

8. Man, Economy and State by Murray Rothbard. Because of this.

9. Therapy Breakthrough by Michael R. Edelstein, David Ramsay Steele  and Richard K. Kujoth. Because of this.

10.  By the People: Rebuilding Libety Without Permission by Charles Murray. Because of this.


  1. I just finished "Problems with Picketty", in part due to your recommendation, but also due to the several one-star ratings given the book, all of which described it as poorly written. I found it to be very good, so I guess the 1-star reviews were politically motivated hatchet jobs.

    The pamphlet length of the book and its convincing, finely-crafted prose in the first section reminded me of Bastiat. Well done.

    1. I really wish brevity would return to academics & philosophy in general.

      Someone writes 700 pages and many assume their work has's so annoying.