The capitalist revolution: fifty propositions about prosperity, equality, and liberty

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Basic Books, 1986 - Business & Economics - 262 pages
A renowned sociologist explains why capitalism is the most successful economic mechanism ever devised for improving material standards of large numbers of people

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Horn of Plenty
32
v6 Capitalism and Development
115
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Peter L. Berger is senior research fellow and founder of Boston Universitys Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs. His many previous books include In Praise of Doubt with Anton Zijderveld.

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