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Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Bryan - Goodreads

Brilliant! This book is an amazing look at economics and the factors that affect productivity and economies in both positive and negative ways. Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Craig Fiebig - Goodreads

A singularly important work on the development of economic thought. Prescient when written in 1982. Re-reading it today is a sad commentary on our inability to learn. Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Read this many moons ago. It among others made me think, and explore ergo the youth matures into a free-market thinker. Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Maynard James Keller - Goodreads

You don't have to buy into it or be "converted" - but approach with a semi-open mind and you'll find some provocatively challenging thought here. No political philosophy or economic theory has a ... Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - April - Goodreads

I walked away with 2 important impressions. The chapter dealing with taxes on capital gains was illuminating, and the argument that supply creates its own demand is still mulling around in my mind. It ... Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Douglas Wilson - Goodreads

Right up there. Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Chuck Russo - Goodreads

Excellent book, by a true master of the English language. Gilder will challenge your vocabulary, so get the thesaurus or dictionary out... This is a must read for anyone interested in the ideas behind "supply side economics", or just interested in economics. Read full review

Review: Wealth and Poverty

User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

Just paged through this one again and still has relevance. Different world views of "progressives", ie liberals and conservatives are just as stark now as ever. Read full review


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