Based on my answer to said question I obviously disagree with you when you say there is no definitive answer. The first problem with the question is on the emphasis placed on the tool rather than the actors and how they utilized the tool. Also, as it should be obvious from the variety of answers, virtually every revolution and rebellion had a philosophical justification outlined in a document like Tom Paine's Common Sense or Voltaire's Declaration of the Rights of Man, and educational works like those mentioned in Sardathrion's answer and mgb's answer.
I think a better formulation of the question is not "what books have resulted in the overthrow of a dictator", but "how are books and pamphlets used to justify revolution". The latter is a question that isn't asking for a list of answers, but rather a specific answer (which can be justified) that impacts all the instances where books and pamphlets have been used effectively to that end.