Okay folks, here's a challenge for you:
We've had a lot of reading list threads over the months, where we've all listed the great works on Liberty. And these lists get pretty long and intimidating.
But they may not be the best introduction to the philosophy of liberty. I hesitate to tell someone, "So you're interested in learning about liberty? Well, then you should read this enormous book about economics, law, and self-ownership."
Are there any simple, easy to understand books about liberty that provide an overview written for the layman?