Read ✓ A Capitalist Manifesto By Gary Wolfram –

Read ✓ A Capitalist Manifesto  By Gary Wolfram –
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  • 152 pages
  • A Capitalist Manifesto
  • Gary Wolfram
  • English
  • 16 April 2017

A Capitalist Manifesto The Communist Manifesto Of The Blueprint For Modern Totalitarian Government Promises Utopia But Delivers Dictatorship, Poverty And Misery Everywhere Its Tried Yet Many Of The Tenets Of This Ideology Endure Among Leftist Thinkers, Despite Repeated And Universal Failure The Question Is Why In A Capitalist Manifesto, Gary Wolfram Answers That Question With A Clear Explanation Of The Only Economic System Compatible With Individual Liberty, Social Justice And Freedom Capitalism From Barter To Free Markets, Wolfram Explains The Nature Of Money, The Creation Of Wealth And The Brilliance Of A System Based Not On The State But Rather On Millions Of Unique Individuals Deciding What Is Best

About the Author: Gary Wolfram

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10 thoughts on “A Capitalist Manifesto

  1. says:

    This is a great, easy to read book I am also taking his class, Economics 101 at Hillsdale College on line I would recommend it to everyone.

  2. says:

    A very enjoyable and quick read on economics and how the economy works best in the free market I am so thankful that it also covers, though briefly Austrian Economics Highly recommend.

  3. says:

    A surprisingly good intro economics book A short read that covers supply and demand, business cycles, and even open market operations.

  4. says:

    A Capitalist Manifesto Understanding the Market Economy and Defending Liberty by Gary WolframIn March, I attended a 2 day seminar put on by Hilldale College One of the three featured speakers was Gary Wolfram I was unfamiliar with him before the seminar He was entertaining, articulate and insightful Economics has never really been an area of interest for me But since the quality of our lives are so tied to our livelihood, and since and of our economy is controlled by the government, I bought this book.If you do read this book, be prepared to review some of the basic economic lectures you had in college Demand, supply and pricing are the stuff of economics At first, I was a bit bored with the book But as I continued on, Wolfram began to paint a picture of the economy from an historical perspective He incorporates writings of many of the economic thinkers and philosophers of the past 300 years My comments In the simplest terms, as we permit government to control and of the economy, we reduce incentive for risk taking and capital formation Even our basic urges for charity become corrupted in a way that we depend on Big Brother to care for the needs of the less fortunate.There are large disparities in the free market system There are always rich and poor But in even case, the poor in free market systems live at a stan...

  5. says:

    Dr Wolfram is probably a good college economics professor, and he and I agree on pretty much all of his theses, political and economic I probably would have enjoyed his economics classes much than those I took in college I enjoy economics a great deal, but economics professors, in my experience, are not a humorous bunch Dr Wolfram is certainly ahead of the pack in that respect, and he s a committed capitalist, which is as laudable as it is rare in his profession.But this book is so sloppily written, carelessly edited, and even poorly typeset and printed, that it reduces the positive impact it might have otherwise had It s too short in some sections, too long in others, and just doesn t flow It s about half the first 2 classes of a freshman microeconomics course, and the rest some fairly well meant but uninspired parroting of better writers.It doesn t help that the last 1 3 or so of th...

  6. says:

    This book is great an easy short read, packed with SO much information about general Economic theories, Keynesian vs Austrian theories, Governments impact on the Economy etc if the Economy scares you, and economics is confusing read this...

  7. says:

    Professor Wolfram is a BOSS His class political econ is one that I never thought I would take, but it s actually one of my most interesting classes this semester Imagine that Magic, I tell you Magic Fate, as we have agreed, seems to hate me, but the obvious magic of the universe...

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