Below is a 30 day reading list that was inspired by Robert Wenzel’s list, but with my own recommendations. This was intended as sort of an “essay a day” plan scattered with libertarian and economic subjects. Here’s the catch though: Some of these are much longer (up to 60 pages) than Wenzel’s list. So you might either have to break up certain days (and so not quite squeeze it into 30 days) or choose the longer ones for a day where you have more time. Basically, no one is going to know if you go slower than one of these per day, which might be a bit ambitious if you, you know, have a life and all. But calling this a “30 day reading plan” sounds better than saying “here’s 30 articles, read at your convenience.”
Wenzel’s own statement is a nice introduction:
The list below will not make anyone a scholar in libertarianism or an expert in Austrian Economics, it is designed to introduce to the busy individual the essence of libertarianism. There are 30 articles listed below. If one reads one article, slowly and carefully, per day, by the end of 30 days one should have a very strong grasp of libertarian principles and a basic understanding of Austrian economics. The list contains articles on a variety of topics, but does not cover all possible libertarian topics. More than anything it provides an overview of libertarianism and how libertarians think about issues of the day. The completion of the 30 days of reading should not be considered an ending point but rather the start of the beginning of more detailed study.