LibriVox

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LibriVox is a source for free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world.

History

LibriVox was founded in 2005 by Hugh McGuire, for the express purpose of recording every public domain book into audio. The first LibriVox recording was The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad.[1][2]

Relevance

Today, LibriVox has many recordings useful for conservatives that are relevant to the issues of today, including works such as the Federalist Papers,[2] The Wealth of Nations, Common Sense, and including authors such as John Locke, Frederick Douglass, William Blackstone, and Alexis de Tocqueville. LibriVox also has other works useful for quick education such as The Communist Manifesto.

References

  1. Welcome to LibriVox, August 9, 2005
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Wealth of LibriVox

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