Please help give ideas about where to place FSP bookmarks that will attract the most and/or best participants.
Standard freedom texts, American history books, libertarian authors, libertarian-like authors.
Ayn Rand, Robert Heinlein, John Stossel, Walter Williams, Thomas Woods, Thomas DiLorenzo, Milton Freeman, Murray Rothbard, Henry Hazlitt, Lysander Spooner, H. L. Mencken, Will Rogers(?), Mark Twain, Thomas Sowell, and well, you get the idea - please keep adding to this list.
Dare I also suggest that we consider placing FSP Bookmarks in the enemy camp? Marx, and well, pretty much any mainstream writer in the last century or so?
How about self-help books that deal with people having problems with government? "How to beat tax forclosures" and similar titles. People who are having specific, immediate trouble with government bureaucracy and burdensome regulation should be a receptive audience (although now I'm feeling a bit like a vulture - but maybe those are the people that need a dose of freedom most)
Please fill in with as many ideas as you can, this may be a great opportunity bring Liberty in Our Lifetime to many more people.