Capitalism Vs. Capitalism: How America's Obsession with Individual Achievement and Short-term Profit Has Led it to the Brink of Collapse

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Four Walls Eight Windows, 1993 - Political Science - 260 pages
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The author believes two approaches are currently used in defining the economic policy of a nation: a Rhine model which emphasizes collective achievement and public consensus, and a supply-side model based on individual achievement and short-term profits. Favoring the Rhine approach, he urges the adoption of specific policy changes by the US and other governments, which he believes will lead to a more balanced economy and society.

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In the new world order, where capitalism reigns supreme, who will reign over capitalism: the United States? Germany? Japan? French businessman Albert identifies two variants of capitalism now at odds ... Read full review

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