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is the inspiration for the capitalism tour. Refresh and try again. I detest this world and I want to diet coke mixed with mentos. Civil Rights Rhetoric or Reality? “The method of capitalism’s destruction rests on never letting the world discover what it is that is being destroyed — on never allowing it to be identified within the hearing of the young. 9,381 ratings — Bureaucracy by Ludwig Von MisesBureaucracy contrasts economic management in a free market economy with that of bureaucracy.
I generally am pretty far left, read Lenin, Pol Pot, Trotsky, Chomsky, Parenti, Marx, etc. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The mutual dependence, trust, and sharing that result are causes for hope, not despair.”.
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How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom By Matt RidleyInnovation according to Ridley, is “an incremental, bottom-up, fortuitous process that happens as a direct result of the human habit of exchange, rather than an orderly, top-down process developing according to a plan. The Conscience of the Constitution: The Declaration of Independence and the Right to Liberty by Timothy SandefurExplains why the U.S. Constitution was written not to empower democracy and expand government power, but to secure liberty by limiting government power to protect individual rights. Economics in One Lesson by Henry HazlittA beautifully written book that explains how the market works. 1,587 ratings — In the book, Friedman explores the effects our economic system may have on our personal freedom, along with the effects the government’s decisions may have as well. published 1991, avg rating 3.63 — Sowell studied under Milton Friedman and thus his economic views were influenced heavily by Friedman. Moral Rights and Political Freedom by Tara SmithSmith’s academic presentation provides a systematic account of the nature and foundations of rights, and explains why rights are teleological and that respect for freedom is necessary for individuals’ flourishing. His "Theory of Capitalist Development" brings the Marx's ideas in an easy and very didactic way, and more: includes the discussion of another marxists, like Bortkiewicz, Bukharin and Rosa Luxemburg. If you are looking for a shorter introduction to the views of Marx, you might want to read The Communist Manifesto (just short of 65 pages long).
Brutal. The Myth of the Robber Barons: A New Look at the Rise of Big Business in America by Burton W. Folsom Jr.“[M]arket entrepreneurs, such as Hill, Vanderbilt, and Rockefeller, succeeded by producing a quality product at a competitive price. Welcome back. 14,990 ratings — How though do we know that we'll really get paradise in return? published 2009, avg rating 4.16 — published 2014, avg rating 4.05 — published 1944, avg rating 4.23 — Race and Culture: A World View by Thomas SowellHow culture (a body of human knowledge) fundamentally determines the progress of any racial group, and in fact civilization. published 2013, avg rating 3.93 — published 2016, avg rating 3.87 — 3,860 ratings — Categories include: “Non-ferrous Metals, Ferrous Metals, Chemicals; Power: Water, Wind, Animal, Steam, Internal Combustion, Electricity, Engineering; Transport: Roads, Bridges, Vehicles, Inland Waterways, Ports, Shipping, Rail, Aeronautics, Spaceflight; Communications: Language, Writing, Printing, Information, Timekeeping, Computing, Telecommunications; Technology: Agriculture, Textiles, Clothing, Building, Domestic Interiors, Public Utilities, Weapons, and Armor.”. 27,399 ratings — published 2004, avg rating 4.17 — published 1867, avg rating 4.12 — 641 ratings — The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure by John AllisonAs the nation’s longest-serving CEO of a top-25 financial institution, Professor Allison has had a unique inside view of the events leading up to the financial crisis. The Virtue of Selfishness by Ayn RandAyn Rand explains her revolutionary concept of rational self-interest. The habit of exchange and specialization—which started more than 100,000 years ago—has created a collective brain that sets human living standards on a rising trend. 770 ratings — published 1998, avg rating 4.03 — Teaching Johnny to Think by Leonard PeikoffDr. The first essay What is Capitalism? Copyright © 2018 ThePathToLearn, All rights reserved.
Capitalism Unbound by Andrew Bernstein This slim, 150-page book is a passionate and well-researched defense of capitalism. by Thomas SowellExplains how the collectivist solutions of so-called civil rights “leaders” create more problems than they solve.
If you have any other books to share, feel free to leave a comment below! 1,317 ratings — The Return of the Primitive: The Anti-Industrial Revolution by Ayn Rand, et. The political entrepreneurs such as Edward Collins in steamships and in railroads the leaders of the Union Pacific Railroad were men who used the power of government to succeed.”. published 1946, avg rating 3.83 — The Clash of Economic Ideas: The Great Policy Debates and Experiments of the Last Hundred Years by Lawrence White“[P]erspectives on laissez-faire, socialism, and fascism; the Roaring Twenties, business cycle theories and the Great Depression; Institutionalism and the New Deal; the Keynesian Revolution; and war, nationalization and central planning. 18,753 ratings —
All rights reserved. Capitalism The Unknown Ideal by Ayn RandAyn Rand explains the rational and moral basis for capitalism in theory and in practice.