Another 25 Books You Should Read

by | Dec 14, 2020 | Newsletter | 32 comments

Since books are so central to the work that I do here at The Corbett Report, it should be no surprise that one of the most frequent requests I get is for a recommended reading list. In response to those requests, I compiled a New World Order Reading List back in 2015.

But that obviously wasn’t enough so in 2017 I gave people a tour of my bookshelf.

But that obviously wasn’t enough so in 2019 I got together with Liberty Weekly to compile a list of another couple dozen books to have in any respectable research library.

But that obviously wasn’t enough so I followed up my WWI documentary with a recommended reading list of a dozen books on the First World War.

But that obviously wasn’t enough so I just had a conversation with Richard Grove on the Grand Theft World podcast where we recommended another dozen books to read on finance, geopolitics and the New World Order.

But that obviously wasn’t enough because the very first response to that conversation was a request for a definitive list of 25 books that “comprehensively explain the geopolitical and societal history as it actually is.”

And you know what I say to that? Sure! . . . Well, kind of. You see, of course there is no definitive list of 25 books that will comprehensively explain the world. But I can keep recommending books as long as people keep requesting me to. (Wanna try me? I could easily whip up another list after this one!)

So, without further ado, here in no particular order is another list of 25 books that people who are interested in The Corbett Report should probably read.

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