Essay: Worst Liberal Books

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Book stores and libraries are home to books laden with liberal bias and falsehoods. Although all of the following contain at least some amount of fiction, we have divided them into those published as non-fiction and those published as fiction.

Published as Non-fiction

Title Author(s) Summary
The Audacity of Hope Barack Obama Barack Hussein Obama, then a Senator of Illinois, wrote this autobiography to manipulate Americans into voting for him.
The Authoritarian Personality Theodor Adorno Written by leftist Theodor Adorno of the Frankfurt School, the book was notorious for further falsely conflating fascism as being of the right, rather than being truly of the left.
The Case Against Lyndon Johnson in the Assassination of President Ken­nedy Joachim Joestein (attributed) As indicated by the title, the book was written to implicate then-President Lyndon B. Johnson in the assassination of John F. Kennedy via the CIA. The book was yet another addition to the ongoing KGB disinformation campaign to deflect any suspicions about JFK's assassination from themselves.
A Citizen’s Dissent (1968) Mark Lane Like above, it implies that Lyndon Johnson and the CIA had been involved in Kennedy's assassination for the same reasons as above.
Civilization and its Discontents (1930) Sigmund Freud This book by a staunchly atheist psychology author claims religion does not allow individual thinking, which is ironic considering how totalitarian atheist states like North Korea don't allow it.
The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Karl Marx's most notorious book inspired Communist atrocities that killed millions.
Das Kapital Karl Marx Karl Marx continues his attacks on capitalism and the free market.
Disaster Capitalism Naomi Klein Socialism and statist environmentalism are heralded, while capitalism is vilified
Earth in the Balance Al Gore Environmentalist Al Gore wrote this shortly before he was elected Vice President in June 1992.
The End of Faith Sam Harris It amounts to nothing more than hate speech and propaganda for New Atheism.
Fast Food Nation Eric Schlosser The book dehumanizes fast food chains such as McDonald's, Taco Bell, etc. and accuses them of animal cruelty and environmental violations.
The God Delusion Richard Dawkins Richard Dawkins rambles incoherent thoughts about Creation.
God Is Not Great Christopher Hitchens The author goes off on yet another atheist tract denouncing God.
The History of Sexuality Michel Foucault Blatantly promotes the homosexual agenda, and also engages in obvious historical revisionism (in particular, his view of mores in Ancient Greece is widely inaccurate).
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman The authors claim that conservatives control the media, not realizing the reverse is true.
Mein Kampf Adolf Hitler This autobiography of the National Socialist chancellor of Germany inspired Nazi atrocities that lead to the Holocaust and the death of at least six million Jews. The leadership in Communist North Korea enjoys this book as well in spite of widespread denials[1], and it has been published in the Islamic world under the name My Jihad.[2][3][4][5][6]
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil John Berendt This novel has multiple LGBT characters and contains hidden messages against capitalism and for environmentalism.
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life Charles Darwin The book that started modern secular liberalism pushes an anti-religious, evolutionist view of life.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall-Guy? Joachim Joestein (Germany)
Carlo Aldo Marzani (USA)
As implied by the title, this was written after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The book was deliberately written to mask Soviet involvement with the assassination of JFK and in particular Oswald's Marxist ties, as part of a KGB-orchestrated disinformation campaign to conceal Communist involvement in JFK's assassination. Specifically, it stated without proof that Lee Harvey Oswald had been an FBI agent provocateur with a CIA background. Its author, Joachim Joestein, was a member of the German Communist Party, and its publishing was done by a KGB front company, Marzani and Munsell, and one of its founders, Carlo Aldo Marzani, was a former American Communist party member as well as a KGB agent, not to mention received subsidies of $672,000 in 1960s currency from the Central Committee of the Communist Party.
Oswald: The Truth Joachim Joestein (attributed) See The Case Against Lyndon Johnson in the Assassination of President Kennedy above, as well as similar works.
A People's History of the United States Howard Zinn This leftist tirade against all things traditionally American gives a completely exaggerated and historically revisionist account of the U.S. that implied that it has a history of being imperialistic and irredeemably evil.
Plain Words Andrea Salsedo and Roberto Elia This pamphlet advocates class warfare, terrorism, anarchy, and mass murder. It was infamously used as the calling card against various important figures and institutions during the 1919 anarchist bombings.
Public Opinion Walter Lippmann It suggests giving the university system extensive ties to the field of journalism, laying out the blueprint of manipulating the masses via news media (hence the term "manufacturing of consent", which interestingly originated in the book). Is considered one of the works most responsible for the significant presence of leftists within the news industry.
Quotations from Chairman Mao Mao Zedong Along with The Communist Manifesto, it's one of the most beloved tracts of communism.
Rules for Radicals (1968) Saul Alinsky This is the blueprint for subversive community organizing activities by the Left. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are among those notable public figures who made the most use of this book for their insurrectionist actions and crimes against America and the West.
Rush to Judgment Mark Lane Like The Case Against Lyndon Johnson in the Assassination of President Ken­nedy and A Citizen's Dissent above, the book was written after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and was written for the same reason as above. It specifically pinned the blame on right-wingers and conservatives. The book's author, Mark Lane, was later revealed by the Mitrokhin archive to have received indirect financial aid from the KGB.
The Social Contract Jean Jacques Rousseau This directly inspired Maximilian Robespierre and Louis de Saint-Just's Reign of Terror during the French Revolution, as well as to some extent the September Massacres by Jean-Paul Marat shortly beforehand. Plus, it laid the groundwork for totalitarian ideas such as Marxism. It was so notoriously unchristian that, alongside Emile, or On Education, it resulted in not only the book being banned in France as well as Geneva until after the author's death, but also in Rousseau being forced to flee the country and live in exile until returning in 1763 incognito within southeast France. He officially returned in 1770 when the French government lifted his banishment from Paris under the condition that he not publish any more books.[7]
Steal this Book Abbie Hoffman Aside from the title of the book essentially encouraging people to commit theft, the entire book dealt with promoting the counter-culture of the 1960s, as well as conducting various amoral and illegal behavior. Was also pro-terrorism and pro-drugs (one of the things included in one of the chapters, "Fight!" was growing cannabis). One part even advocated tricking the United States Department of the Interior into giving someone a free American buffalo. Overall, it promoted radical leftist causes. It was notably so controversial that most publishing firms were unwilling to even touch the book, with one editor specifically stating that he wouldn't even let his own son read the book.
Writings on an Ethical Life Peter Singer The avowed Marxist atheist author pushes eugenics and Social Darwinism while hinting at his support for bestiality.
Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality Sarah McBride A memoir written by a Transgender activist who is the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign.

Published as Fiction

Title Author(s) Summary
120 Nights of Sodom Marquis de Sade This blasphemous novel glorifies depraved forms of sexual amorality. Its film adaptation resulted in a murder on opening day. Furthermore, the book was instrumental in the manner in which people's corpses were defiled after being guillotined during the French Revolution.
Catalyst Laurie Halse Anderson The main character is an atheist as well as a feminist despite her father being a preacher. Her younger 14-year-old brother also watches porn and does drugs. It also contains incest.
The Catcher in the Rye J. D. Salinger This beatnik novel glorifies atheism and teenage rebellion, possibly inspiring countless subsequent liberal novels as well as Mark Chapman's assassination of John Lennon.[8][9][10]
The Dispossessed Ursula Le Guin It insists that communism will bring about a utopian society.
Emile: Or On Education Jean Jacques Rousseau This pamphlet cted as a model for our current leftist-based education system and by extension Professor Values. It was so unchristian that, alongside The Social Contract, it resulted in not only the book being banned in France as well as Geneva until after his death but also in Rousseau being forced to flee the country and live in exile until returning in 1763 incognito within Southeast France. He officially returned in 1770 when the French government lifted his banishment from Paris under the condition that he not publish any more books.[11]
The Good Earth Pearl S. Buck The reasoning is similar to that listed for The Dispossessed.
Heather Has Two Mommies Leslea Newman This children's book exposed many young minds to LGBT themes as the main character is raised by two lesbians. Ironically, author Leslea Newman would later end up speaking against same-sex "marriage" after her experience with her husband.
A Lesson Before Dying Ernest J. Gaines The death penalty is painted negatively, and the main character is an outspoken atheist. Not only that but it is also pro-public school in the way the main character also teaches his students.
Philip Dru: Administrator Edward M. House This futuristic political novel is filled with progressive dreams of revolution and bureaucratic administration.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower Stephen Chbosky The main character is a homosexual, and everyone against his lifestyle is vilified.
Shift Jennifer Bradbury The wealthy parents are bad, the poor parents are caring, the wealthy family's son blows away his opportunity to go to Harvard, and FBI agents are depicted as evil henchmen. Additionally, there are brief parts that poke fun at the great conservative novel, Lord of the Rings.
The Turner Diaries William Luther Pierce (as Andrew Macdonald) A violent revolution leads to the overthrow of the American government, a nuclear war, and finally, a race war perpetrated by white supremacists. The Southern Poverty Law Center calls it the "bible of the racist right", while failing to realize that racism is a historical problem of the political left, not the right. It inspired Timothy McVeigh's Oklahoma City Bombing due to it resembling the book's bombing of the FBI headquarters (contrary to liberal reports, however, the racist elements in the book played no role in the bombing).

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  1. N.Korea leader gives Hitler's Mein Kampf to officials at Fox News
  2. Hitler's Mein Kampf Becomes Best Seller Again - as reported by Pamela Geller, "“Mein Kampf,” or “My Jihad” in Arabic (“my struggle’ in English), has been a number one bestseller in Muslim countries for years. It’s a bestseller in Turkey and Bangladesh."
  3. Mein Kampf becomes bestseller in Turkey at Jihad Watch
  4. Mein Kampf: Best seller in Muslim Bangladesh
  5. As Muslim Migrants Overrun Germany, Hitler's Mein Kampf Rockets to #1 on Bestseller List
  6. Adolph Hitler & Muslim Brotherhood
  8. Whitehead, John W. "Mark David Chapman, The Catcher In The Rye, And The Killing of John Lennon." October 3, 2000.>.
  9. Stashower, Daniel. "On First Looking into Chapman's Holden: Speculations on a Murder." January 3, 2010.

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