Resources

The library of the Economic Club includes some historical texts and original copies of Henry George’s work. Anyone conductiong research in the area of land value taxation who would like to have access to these works, please contact the Economic Club of San Francisco

Suggested Reading List

The reading list below is comprised of books which deal with subjects in a way that allows an understanding of political economy from a larger perspective.   The term  Political Economy refers to the organization of society, i.e. the rules which govern personal conduct and the way which  individual rights are secured on one hand, and on the other hand, it refers to the activities of families and other groups to secure their existence and their procreation.  Thus, the study of Political Economy draws upon the discipline of Sociology, Political Science, Anthropology, Psychology, History, Economics (study of production and markets), Law, Human Geography, Ecology, International Relations and Cultural studies.

The book list and resources suggested by the Economic Club of San Francisco are chosen to provide for the reader a logical and coherent picture of Political Economy which relates to every day reality.

 

Book List

  1. “The Broken Bough” by Edward M. Keating
  2. “Bionomics” by Michael Rothschild
  3. “Progress and Poverty” by Henry George
  4. “The Wisdom of Crowds” by James Surowiecki
  5. “A Proper Monetary and Banking System for the United States” by J. Bell and W. Spahr
  6. “Debt and Delusion” by Peter Warburton
  7. “History of Money and Credit from John Law to the Present” by Charles Rist
  8. “The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin
  9. “Gold Wars” by Ferdinand Lips
  10. “F.I.A.S.C.O.” by Frank Portnoy
  11. “The True Believer” by Eric Hoffer
  12. “Undermining the Constitution” by Thomas Norton
  13. “Decision in Philadelphia” by Christopher and James Collier
  14. “Money, Power & Elections” by Rodney Smith
  15. “The New Paradigm for Financial Markets” by George Soros
  16. “The Investor’s Guide to Economics” by Charles Nelson
  17. “Boom / Bust” by Fred Harrison
  18. “The Coming Generational Storm” by Laurence Kotlikoff
  19. “The Panic of 1907″ by Robert Bruner and Sean Carr
  20. “Web of Debt” by Ellen Hodgson Brown
  21. “When Giants Fall” by Michael Panzner