A Freedom Library

I’d like to share a link, if I might, with my readers.  This comes from a friend of mine, Themis-Athena, who resides in Bonn, Germany, the home of the great Beethoven.  Beethoven was, himself, a voice of freedom and equality for those with ears to hear, so the idea she presents touches me on a number of levels above and beyond being an American.

She states on her blog that she’s going to build a personal library dedicated to the ideas of freedom and equality.  You can find her post here.

Along those lines, she’s asking for recommendations.  I know I’ve got quite the sizable compilation of books in my own library, too many for her comments section.  All the same, I think this is a wonderful idea, and I’m going to assemble my list and post it here on my site as a separate page.  Once it’s posted, it’ll continue to grow so anyone can reference or share it.  Any recommendations for her, for me, for pretty much anyone are appreciated.  Thank you in advance.

Again, please visit her original post:


3 thoughts on “A Freedom Library

  1. Thanks for the shout-out! :)

    I wish WP had a way to cross-compare library shelves; I bet the exercise would be fascinating. Anyway, if any books stand out to you in particular (of your own reads, I mean), by all means I‘d be interested to hear about them …

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  2. Pingback: Freedom and Equality Reading Library – Now Posted | Knight of Angels

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