It seems that you can't click on National Review or the Weekly Standard without some banal list of "Seven Conservative Classics" you just have to read! Invariably they either turn out to be the same books from months before, or just the latest retreads to come out of Cuckservatism Inc.'s presses.
Radix Founder, and Editor-in-Chief Richard Spencer recently participated in a reddit "Ask Me Anything", and was asked to name a few "must read" Alt-Right titles. We've put together the titles mentioned as well as a few others we thought our readers might enjoy.
We hope you find this list useful, and it's by no means exhaustive.
French New Right:
Michael O'Meara: New Culture, New Right. Overall this is a great introduction to a lot of the thinkers below.
Guillaume Faye: Archeofuturism, Why We Fight, Convergence of Catastrophes
Alain de Benoist: Beyond Human Rights, The Problem of Democracy, Manifesto for a European Resistence, On Being a Pagan
Tomislav Sunic: Homo Americanus (which will be issued in a new formby Washington Summit Publishers soon!), Against Democracy and Equality
Domonique Venner: The Shock of History
Fourth Political Theory
Alexander Dugin: The Fourth Political Theory, Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning, Putin vs. Putin, Last War of the World Island
Samuel Francis and Kevin MacDonald
Sam Francis: Essential Writings on Race, Shots Fired, Beautiful Losers, Revolution from the Middle, Leviathan and Its Enemies
Kevin MacDonald: Culture of Critique, Understanding Jewish Influence, Cultural Insurrections, A People That Shall Dwell Alone, Seperation and Its Discontents
Jared Taylor, Richard Lynn, Race Realism, and HBD
Jared Taylor: White Identity, Face to Face With Race
Richard Lynn: Race Differences in Intelligence, IQ and Global Inequality, Dysgenics, The Chosen People
Michael Levin: Why Race Matters
Edwin Rubenstein: The Color of Crime
Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein: The Bell Curve
Nicholas Wade: A Troublesome Inheritence
Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpending: The 10,000 Year Explosion
Frederich Nietzsche: Genealogy of Morals, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil, The Birth of Tragedy
Martin Heidegger: Being and Time, Basic Writings
Carl Schmitt: The Concept of the Political, Political Theology, Theory of the Partisan
Oswald Spengler: The Decline of the West
Ernst Jünger: Storm of Steel, The Glass Bees, On Pain
Julius Evola: Revolt Against the Modern World, Men Among the Ruins, Ride the Tiger
Yukio Mishima: Patriotism, Sun and Steel
Jack Donovan: The Way of Men, Becoming a Barbarian
F. Roger Devlin: Sexual Utopia in Power
Gregory Hood: Waking Up From the American Dream
Jonathan Bowden: Western Civilization Bites Back
Greg Johnson: New Right, Old Right, Confessions of a Reluctant Hater
Paul Gottfried: War and Democracy, Fascism: The Career of a Concept, Leo Strauss and the Conservative Movement in America
Of course there are many omissions and much more space to cover. But, this provides a good overview of the books Radix's editors and contributors generally turn to for inspiration and elucidation.