This Ernest Hemingway book highlights a writer living an Upper Class lifestyle in Paris. There's action and fist fights as well as a good story of a broken love interest. But this is a great piece of literature and a short read. If you've read the book, let me know what you think in the comment sections. If you haven't, read it and let me know!
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Feminism began as a fight for equal treatment. However, it has devolved into angry shouting, mistreatment of women, replicating masculine traits and turned against individualism.
This book by Thomas Sowell has short essays on topics of all sorts. Some are common debates, but others are niche problems that are often not addressed in common dialogue. Check it out and let me know what you think!
As people continue pushing to legalize different goods and services, keep in mind there are better ways to preserve your liberty to transact as you wish. Read this to see the three tools the Founding Fathers gave us to preserve our liberty.
As you know, at the Conversation of Our Generation, we are trying to build a dialogue and discuss the ideas that affect our society, culture, politics and philosophy. As we discuss the ideas that will define our generation, it is important to look back at the foundations of thought. This book is great for understanding how the dialogue developed and how these ideas are still relevant today.
Ever read something and forgotten immediately? Ever eaten something and been hungry not long after? Both of those leave you unsatisfied, yearning for more. Live by this quote and you'll fix that with reading--- sadly, Burke's advice doesn't apply to food.
To expand upon Conservative Libertarianism, here is a book that defines Conservatism well. I recommend checking it out, but watch the video to see why.