In the midst of Canadian whingers slowly puzzling out how our public library system works, we have the following suggestion by one "Thucydides":
Other names to look for (and request) would include Russel Kirk, Friedrich von Hayek, Ayn Rand (her collections of non fiction and philosophy essays), Ludwig von Mises and Preston Manning.
A mass campaign to get these books and others into libraries across the nation would be a true "shock and awe" moment for the conservative movement, and actually having these books in the libraries might inspire a few more minds out there.
An excellent suggestion, and wouldn't it be awesome to use the publicly-funded, taxpayer-supported library system to act as the delivery system for the merits of unbridled, unfettered, unregulated capitalism? What a master stroke of pure irony!
I suspect this will also be the only time you see the phrases "shock and awe" and "Preston Manning" in geographical proximity.
P.S. It's always a bad idea to mix books and conservatives. The unfamiliarity and all that.