The list author says: "Even though it is an abridged list, it remains my sincere wish to share this collection of highly significant works with anyone interested in the subjects of economics and freedom, or economic history in general. I believe he or she will treasure the ideas poured into these books as much as I do. Here you will find an interesting set, mostly from the laissez-faire side (Austrians included!), that will definitely make you think. I do not claim to have read the full list, but I am certainly in the process. For convenience, the books are ordered chronologically following the year of first publication. Enjoy!"
"1871 - For some, it all started with this one. The marginalist revolution signified the decline of Marxian economics and the labor theory of value as it was known, and the birth of neoclassical/Austrian economics."
"1957 – Incredibly challenging and life-changing philosophical novel which goes beyond the scope of economics. For better or for worse, you won’t be the same after reading this one. As for me, it made me take J. S. Mill’s former works (e.g. 'On Liberty' and 'Utilitarianism') out of the list and into the trash can."