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His second book, Why American History Is Not What They Say: An Introduction to Revisionism (2009), argued that political events and trends in late 20th Century America had led to a rebirth of popular interest in revisionist accounts of American history. In this study of American revisionists, Riggenbach identifies three distinct phases within American revisionism.
- Berkeley's Radical Slumlords, Photocopied article taken from Reason, (Oct. 1986): 22–29.(1986)
- In Praise of Decadence (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 1998), ISBN 1573922463
- Why American History Is Not What They Say: An Introduction to Revisionism (Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2009)
- Faculty Spotlight Interview: Jeff Riggenbach, 18 March 2010, Ludwig von Mises Institute. http://blog.mises.org/12235/faculty-spotlight-interview-jeff-riggenbach/
- E. J. Dionne, Jr. Booknotes: Why Americans Hate Politics, 25 August 1991, C-SPAN. http://www.booknotes.org/Transcript/?ProgramID=1066&QueryText
- Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, "Riggenbach on Revisionism," 12 May 2009, History News Network. http://hnn.us/blogs/entries/83998.html
- Jeff Riggenbach at Mises.org
- Preface to Why American History Is Not What They Say
- Review/Essay on Ayn Rand's posthumous Art of Nonfiction, 2001.
- Meeting Murray Rothbard On the Road to Libertarianism, 2003.
- Obituary Samuel Edward Konkin III (1947â€“2004), 2004.
- Obituary Joan Kennedy Taylor, 1926â€“2005, 2005.
- Review/Essay on Stephen Cox's biography of Isabel Paterson, 2005.
- Review/Essay on three new books on Voltairine de Cleyre, 2006.
- Review/Essay on Barry Eisler's John Rain thrillers, 2006.
- Review/Essay on Brian Doherty's Radicals for Capitalism, 2007.