On one hand I like that it is brief and concise, but on the other hand, I feel like many topics were not explained adequately. He admits it is a short treatise, so just know that this is what you are getting. It would be great to go through with another guy (or group of guys) one or two chapters at a time.
The main question I kept coming back to is: all of the subjects are justified as right and good (i.e. possessions, inequality of wealth, employment, etc) - is this primarily justified by scripture or from the lens of western/capitalistic society? I don't know the final answer to this and imagine I will continue to process as I travel along on my journey.