Ok, I admit Atlas Shrugged and Fountainhead are flawed works. As fond as I am of these books, they can only 'convince' people who are already Libertarian-minded to begin with. These books are designed to be hated by pretty much everyone else. The fact that you have to plod through the first 300 pages of A.S. to even begin to have a chance of getting into the story doesn't help much either. A book with a far stronger chance of changing minds is "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress". The story doesn't drag, and even the A.I. computer is a more 'human' character than those created by Rand. I'd recommend this book to pretty much everybody. You won't be disappointed, I promise. So, anyone have other notable Libertarian minded fiction books to recommend?