Capitalism and equality in the Third World
Hamilton Press, 1987 - Business & Economics - 375 pages
Modern Capitalism was made in Europe. It decisively shaped European societies and their offspring in other parts of the world, such as North America. Thus there is some justification for the fact that 'Western' and 'capitalist' are cognate terms for many people today.
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