• The Revolution: A Manifesto
• End the Fed by Ron Paul
Here’s a question for you: Is the 76 year old, 12-term Republican member of Congress a politician or is he a writer? That’s easy, you say.
What if we told you that Ron Paul is arguably the most prodigious writer among any elected official in recent history? While he has a while yet to go before matching former president Jimmy Carter’s 23 titles, the former obstetrician has an incredible body of work that has been, and continues to be published in numerous publications, be it for the FREE Foundation and Mises Institute, or his medical, law, economic and political articles, and not forgetting of course, his personal favorite, civil liberties.
His most recent bestseller, The Revolution: A Manifesto, brings a new perspective to Paul’s eternal advocacy of individual rights, a non-interventionist foreign policy, judicial activism and the supremacy of the constitution; all the while espousing a radicalism in approach towards achieving his Utopian Republican model, which parallels classical republicanism, a concept that incorporates the ideals of civic virtues built upon a mixed constitution.
Another bestseller, End The Fed, which was released just eight days before The Revolution, sees Paul laying a damning verdict on the Federal Reserve, labeling it as irresponsible and corrupt, and going as far as insinuating that the Federal Reserve Act is ‘harmful’ to the nation. It is interesting to note that barely seven months earlier, with almost no notable press coverage to speak of, Paul introduced to Congress the bill H.R. 833: Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act, which failed to pass the House Committee on Financial Services.
Paul’s next book, Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our Freedom, is scheduled for an April release. It promises an in-depth look into the issues of personal rights and liberty and promises to be yet another bestseller for the Congressman.