·         120 Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade – Shows that right and wrong are just societal constructs. Was instrumental during the French Revolution.

·         Anna Karenina – Promotes themes of filial obligation and rural life over selfish individuality.

·         Brave New World – Shows the dangers of a world where people are left to their own devices and the importance of a strong, centralised government.

·         Eden by Jack London – Shows the futility of all individualistic endeavour.

·         The Dispossessed by Ursula Le Guin – Communistic, Utopian outlook on life and society.

·         The Girl With Curious Hair by David Foster Wallace – Stories about the ridiculousness of humanity and the random nature of existence.

·         The Good Earth by Paul S. Buck – For the same reasons as the above.


·         Against Autonomy: Justifying Coercive Paternalism by Sarah Conley – The title says it all. Not however that the term “Paternalism” in the title refers to state authority and is not to be confused with “patriarchy.”

·         The Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama – America’s greatest leader writes his compelling autobiography and the story of how he rose to be the President who achieved what not even Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Bill Clinton ever could: ending American exceptionalism.

·         The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx – The greatest work of political philosophy ever written.

·         Das Kapital by Karl Marx – Some say this is even better than The Communist Manifesto!

·         Emile, or On Education by Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Served as a template for our modern state education system.

·         The Little Green Book – The Libyan visionary Muammar al-Gaddafi gives his revolutionary theory of Islamic Socialism.

·         The Little Red Book by Honourable Chairman Mao Zedong – The father of the Chinese Revolution expounds his political philosophy.

·         Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of Mass Media by Noam Chomsky and Harold S. Hermann – Exposes right-wing control of the media.

·         A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn – Extensively anti-American book exposing the imperialistic and irredeemably evil nature of the USA.

·         Revolution by Russell Brand

·         Quotations By Chairman Mao – More revolutionary Communist theory from Mao Zedong.

·         What’s the Matter With White People: Why We Long For A Golden Age That Never Was by Joan Walsh – Book by one of the finest journalists alive today about the inferior nature of the white race.

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