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Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries

THE EDITORS
The Assassinated Press
May 29, 2005

Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries

1)Propaganda - Edward Bernays

2)Theory of Games and Economic Behavior - John von Neumann & Oskar Morgenstern

3)Psychological Warfare - Paul Linebarger

4)Mein Kamp - Adolf Hitler

5)Diplomacy - Henry Kissinger

6)Eugenics and Race - William Shockley

7)A Study Of Communism - J. Edgar Hoover

8)Capitalism and Freedom - Milton Friedman

9)Scientific Management - Frederick Winslow Taylor

10)The Logic of Scientific Discovery - Karl Popper

and more...

11)The Road to Serfdom - Friedrich von Hayek

12)Fountainhead - Ayn Rand

13)The Problem of The West - Frederick Jackson Turner

14)The Turner Diaries - Andrew MacDonald (William Pierce)

15)The Philippines Past and Present - Dean Worcester

16)Open Society and Its Enemies - Karl Popper

17)Ending the Vietnam War : A History of America's Involvement in and Extrication from the Vietnam War - Henry Kissinger

18)Extermination of the Pequods - George Bancroft

19)The Bell Curve - Herrnstein and Murray

20)The Poems of Rudyard Kipling

21)Human Action - Ludwig von Mises

22)Low Intensity Operations - Sir Frank Kitson

23)Society of Mind - Marvin Minsky

24)The Poems of Alfred Tennyson

25)Introduction to Operations Research - C. West Churchman et al

26)Goedel, Escher, Bach - Douglas Hofstadter

27)The Anthropic Cosmological Principle - John Barrow & Frank Tipler

28)Countercoup: The Struggle for the Control of Iran - Kermit Roosevelt

29)The Yemassee - William Gilmore Simms

30)Rapture Series - Tim LaHaye

31)The Physics of Immortality - Frank Tipler

32)Consciousness Explained - Daniel Dennett

33)Poems of William Wadsworth Longfellow

34)End of Racism - Gunga Dinesh D'Souza

35)Courtier To The Crowd: The Life Story Of Ivy Lee - Ray Eldon Hiebert

36)Sexual Personae - Camille Paglia

37)Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand

38)Higher Superstition - Norman Levitt & Paul R. Gross

39)The End of History - Francis Fukuyama

40)None Dare Call It Treason - John Stormer

with special honors to Reader's Digest, TV Guide and the Regnery Press


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