The Top 7 Libertarian Science Fiction Novels

#2. 1984 by George Orwell


George Orwell’s dystopian science fiction novel continues to be a best-seller, especially in light of the recent NSA revelations. Forever haunting us with its depiction of the ultimate totalitarian state, 1984 continues to be in the back of our minds when confronted with ultimatum of “security” or liberty.

Orwell put the government on defense by challenging its institutional brainwashing and authoritarian surveillance in the name of security.

When libertarians give warnings about the intelligence complex, we recall “Big Brother,” “the Thought Police” and “doublespeak” to warn people of the dangerous path of state surveillance.

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