Essay:Greatest Conservative Non-fiction Books

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Despite many of today's non-fictionbooks being overrun by liberal bias, deceit, and distortion, there are still some great conservative non-fiction books that promote true conservative values.


  1. The Bible - the infallible Word of God, from which conservative values originate
  2. The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith - The classic guide to capitalism and an explanation of the necessity of free trade
  3. Wealth and Poverty, by George Gilder - The bestselling promotion of free enterprise timed with the beginning of the Reagan Administration
  4. The Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater - describes the selfless values of conservatism
  5. Feminist Fantasies by Phyllis Schlafly - about the deceitful, anti-Christian movement of feminism
  6. A Choice, Not An Echo by Phyllis Schlafly - about how the anti-conservative liberal wing of the Republican Party manipulated the party's choice of nominees in the typical liberal fashion
  7. The Burden of Bad Ideas by Heather MacDonald - how modern "intellectuals" hurt our society
  8. McCarthy and His Enemies by William F. Buckley, Jr. and L. Brent Bozell Jr. - defends American patriot Joe McCarthy in his fight against communist infiltration of this great country
  9. Eat the Rich by PJ O'Rourke - An examination of the relative merits of capitalism and socialism through four case studies: Good Capitalism (USA), "Bad Capitalism" (Albania), "Good socialism" (Sweden) and Bad socialism (Cuba)
  10. The New Answers Book by Ken Ham - gives comprehensive, biblical creationist answers to twenty-five important questions concerning the Bible and creation/evolution
  11. An American Life by President Ronald Reagan - autobiography of a true conservative patriot and the Unites States' greatest president
  12. 10 Books That Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others That Didn't Help by Benjamin Wiker- a quick education on the worst ideas in human history—and how we can avoid them in the future.
  13. Reflections on the Revolution in France by Edmund Burke - A deep analysis of French Revolution and the reasons it being called evil.
  14. The Complete C.S. Lewis Signature Classics by C.S. Lewis - A collections of essential volumes by writer, novelist and Christian apologetic C.S. Lewis
  15. How then, shall we live? by Wayne Muller - A great book about how Christianity has shaped the Western Civilization.
  16. Special autographed edition of War Stories: Heroism in the Pacific by Oliver North - A collection of heroic stories at South pacific in world war 2, a book about Patriotism, Duties and Self-sacrifice.
  17. First Navy Jack Flagby Collectible - A history of United States’ Navy.
  18. The Rise and Demise of the British World Order and Lessons for Global Power by Niall Ferguson- From the Leftists, they had robbed the Spaniards, beaten the French and plundered the Indians. But there should always have an answer to the question "why"?