The capitalist manifesto: the historic, economic and philosophic case for laissez-faire

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University Press of America, 2005 - Business & Economics - 500 pages
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The Capitalist Manifesto defends capitalism as the world's most moral and practical social system. This book is written for the rational mind, whether the reader is a professional intellectual or an intelligent layman. It makes the case for individual rights and freedom in terms intelligible to all rational men.

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Review: The Capitalist Manifesto: The Historic, Economic and Philosophic Case for Laissez-Faire

User Review  - Jill - Goodreads

This one took me about 5 months to plough through, but it was well worth the effort. Bernstein writes a very well-researched argument about why capitalism is successful and why communism and statism ... Read full review

Review: The Capitalist Manifesto: The Historic, Economic and Philosophic Case for Laissez-Faire

User Review  - Carine - Goodreads

A capitalist manifesto indeed The Capitalist Manifesto is an impressive work of support and knowledge on capitalism's history, accomplishments and philosophical basis. Bernstein accomplished a great ... Read full review

Contents

The Great Disconnect
13
What is Capitalism?
29
The PreCapitalist PoliticalEconomic Systems
55
Copyright

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Andrew Bernstein is the founder of ActivInsight, a process that is rapidly changing the way individuals and organizations around the world understand stress and resilience. His clients include Johnson & Johnson, MTV Networks, WPP, Merrill Lynch, Coca-Cola, Genentech, Goldman Sachs, 20th Century Fox, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, and Wachovia, as well as nonprofits like Phoenix House and City Year. Bernstein teaches in the Executive Education division at the Wharton School. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University, and lives in New York City. More information is available at www.mythofstress.com.

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