From the Tom Woods Letter:
Last I heard, every year nearly 200,000 new books are published. That’s a staggering statistic, and its one of the reason that books are in fact some of the hardest things in the world to sell.
Out of that massive number, which ones are genuinely valuable? Which ones, if you read them, will help you genuinely understand the world, and counter the propaganda we’ve been fed since grade school?
Well, the old man here has compiled a list.
Books the dissident should read.
Find them here:
And then, please remember: the clock is ticking on how much longer you can watch the new Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., documentary film The Real Anthony Fauci for free.
It’s extremely well done.
Part two is being released on Tuesday; you won’t need to sign up again to get it.
Part one is normal film length: 1 hr 40 min. I think they figured that if they threw three and a half hours at people all at once, viewers might not even start.
The thing is informative and relentless — I would even call it brutal, in a way.
You’ll see some Tom Woods Show favorites in there: Mark Crispin Miller of NYU, Peter McCullough, and Pierre Kory, not to mention RFK himself.
RFK worked at breakneck speed to get this to the public just before the Fauci retirement. Don’t miss it: