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Online Library of Liberty
The Online Library of Liberty offers one of the most extensive digital libraries of scholarly works focused on individual liberty and free markets. From Art and Economics to Law and Political Theory, the Online Library of Liberty provides a curated collection of books, audio recordings and reading guides available to download at no charge.
Project Gutenberg has many titles about U.S. independence, democracy, and history available to download for free in many formats. Please note: All titles were published before 1924 and are out of copyright. Some links of particular interest:
- United States Famous Documents and History bookshelf
- American Revolutionary War bookshelf
- U.S. Civil War Non-fiction bookshelf
- Slavery bookshelf
- African-american Writers bookshelf Several of these overlap with the Slavery bookshelf.
- United States Law (historic) For current laws, see the links under Local, State, and Federal Government.