Almost everyone on the libertarian free-market side recommends a similar top ten books, including the classic works of Hayek, Popper, Friedman and the others. They are in my top ten, too. However, I have drawn up a second list, one of books less celebrated, but which sustain, if more obliquely, a similar philosophical outlook. The message running through is anti-systems, anti-centrism, anti-despotism, pro-freedom, pro-spontaneity and pro-individual choice. Of my new list, two are history, two philosophy, two economics, two politics and two science fiction. It's an eclectic mix, but there is much there to stimulate to reinforce and to reward.
Everyone will have their own 'other' book list. This is mine; I hope you enjoy it.