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Commanding Heights:  The Battle for the World Economy by Daniel Yergin & Joseph Stanislaw. MUST READ If you know what the prize is, you can strategize to win it.  Thus, the wars of the new millennium will be primarily economic, forcing compliance, surrender of resources and the facilitation of quiet acquiescence to fewer rights and a global government, called the "New World Order".

The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power  by Daniel Yergin & Joseph Stanislaw Pulitzer Prize winner that discusses world energy resources, and the fight to claim and control them.  Published in 1992.

The Federalist Papers, by Hamilton, Madison and Jay. Discusses the philosophy and intentions of the founding fathers in approaching the writing of the Constitution.

The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich A. von Hayek. 1944.

Also: Individualism and Economic Order.  Published 1996

This was von Hayek's reponse to Keynesian economics, the ruling economic philosophy of the day.  This book is the root of current economic philosophy, citing the ideal lack of need for any government, believing that free markets in that context comprise the only truly functional economic model.  Thinking like this has lead to things like the FTAA.  the European Union... WTO.... G7...

The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money by John Maynard Keynes (1935-36). This book set the original standard for economic theory and was the basis of the theory behind the policies of FDR's New Deal.  When you hear people speak of Keynesian Economics, this is the gospel. (Pronounced canes)

Taliban by Ahmed Rashid. A New York Times Best Seller. Published in 2000. Learn about the Taliban and our involvement as we worked to secure mangement rights of the Afghanistan Oil Pipeline for Unocal, General Electric, Enron & others.