I disagree that its not worth it to buy books. I have a huge number. I can't say that I've read all of them thoroughly thought.
One of the reasons I have collected old books is that its important, becuase you get a depth for the feel of the fact that this is a timeless problem and worse still the suppression and denial is just as bad as it was back then in 1895 when the British set up the General Medical Council, specifically to deal with doctors speaking out against vaccines.
This includes the vaccination ones I can find. I think some are loaned out. Obviously I have lots on other topics as well.
The Hazards of Immunization
by Sir Graham Wilson 1967
This is a good one, because it gives you a very good idea of the way that the medical profession has always covered up vaccine reactions.
I have three american old ones that I don't like very much, but they are useful in a sense."Vaccination the Silent Killer."
by Ido Honorof & E. McBean 1977"The Hidden Dangers in Poli Vaccine"
This is a photocopy and I've no idea who wrote it... looks like Morris Beale, but might not be.
"The Drug Story"
Morris A Beale 1949.
USA books that are useful, but not essential:DPT: A shot in the Dark
by Harris L. Coulter and Barbara Loe Fisher 1985"Vaccination, social violence and Criminality
by Harris L. Coulter.
Two more USA ones, old = excellent."Diet prevents Polio"
by Benjamin P Sandler MD 1951Low Blood sugar and You
by Carlton Frederick Ph.D & Herman Goodman M.D. 1969
Other American ones I like.
"How to Raise a Healthy child in spite of your doctor"
by Robert Mendelsohn.
Actually, all his are worth having.VAccinations, a thoughtful Parent's Guide
by Aviva Jill Romm. 2001All of Neil Millers.
Tim O'Shea "The Sanctity of human blood: vaccination is not immunization."
I don't really like this one, but lots of people who borrow it from me do.The VAccination Bible
by Lynne McTaggart 1997. It's okay.
New Zealand book "Investigate before you vaccinate"
Susan K. Claridge 2002 I like this one.
German book "VAccination, a Business based on Fear"
by Dr Gerhard Buchwald M.D. 1995 ISBN 3-8334-0162-1
Good, but hard going.
Two old English ones:"The story of the Salk Anti-poliomyelitis vaccine"
by M. Beddow Bayly with a whole long line of letter dripping after name.. 1958"The "Schick" inoculation for immunisation against diphtheria"
by M Beddow Bayley. 1939. Really like this one..
Another english one:"Bechamp or Pasteur? A lost Chapter in the History of Biology"
by Douglas Hume. 1922
Hard read but excellent."Every second child"
by Archie Kalokerinos, M.D.
This book woke me up.
Medical Pioneer of the 20th Century,
Dr ARchie Kalokerinos. 2000 An autobiography. He didn't chose the title, and hates it."Vaccination"
Viera Scheibner Ph D. 1993
Don't like this one.Vaccination Roulette
by the Autralian VAccination Network
I find this hard to read.Raising a vaccine free child.
I like this one.Vaccine A
by Gary Matsumoto
Haven't read it yet, but given that they are using squalene in more vaccines, I will.