Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market by Murray Rothbard
"This book is so well researched and written that it's a shame to not include this book in anyone's library. After reading this book I was so inspired by Rothbard's immense study and research and you can tell how much effort was put into this "life work" just by reading the footnotes and bibliography at the end of the book. I have read a few books from Rothbard but this one surpasses the others due to it's far reaching study of so many economic thoughts and problems."
What Has Government Done to Our Money?
"What Has Government Done to Our Money" is an excellent introduction to the consistent libertarian view of money; namely, that government need not intervene in a nation's monetary life at all (either by printing money or regulating banks)."
History of Money and Banking in the United States: The Colonial Era to World War II
"Absolutely fabulous! Only the incomparable Rothbard could tell this compelling story in its full richness and detail. Here the hidden history of money and banking in America unfolds as the internecine, behind-the-scenes warfare between elite financial interests such as the House of Morgan and the Rockefellers, the electoral struggle between the Hamiltonian Federalists and the Jeffersonian Republicans, and the duel-to-the-death Bank War of Nicholas Biddle and Andrew Jackson."