- Aristophanes - 'Clouds' is simply wonderful!
- Plutarch - 'The Lives of Noble Grecians and Romans' is a book that I wish I'd dipped in and out of much earlier in life. It's history and biography set in contrast with two time periods and is all very interesting.
- Montaigne - The list suggested seven different essays but there are many more worth reading.
- Locke & Rousseau - I wish I'd tackled much more of the 17th and 18th century thought that brought back democracy.
- The Federalist - Someday I'd like to work my way through the entire Federalist and the body of opposing arguments.
- Marx/Engles - The 'Manifesto of the Communist Party' is easy enough reading. I wish I'd taken a few days earlier in life and simply made my way through it.
The rest was certainly worthwhile, and I have a grave feeling that I'm short-changing Plato and Aristotle.