This book should be required reading in high schools.
If Epstein had actually read the book, then perhaps he would have decided to attack these figures and/or the author's reasoning and conclusions directly.
Thomas DiLorenzo shows how a lot of what is said about capitalsim and how it works is myth while explaining how in most cases the opposite is true.
This Senior member of the Mises Institute of Auburn Alabama, has succeeded in turning both American History and Capitalist Economics into nothing less than a fundamentalist... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Herbert L Calhoun
The book is great; it deals extensively with, in particular, the many myths around the Great Depression & the New Deal.Published 29 days ago by Penuell Maduna
I agree with the author that capitalism has been important in USA history. He makes the point, which is absolutely correct, that there has been too much government interference in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Kent Harrison
Fairly rudimentary overview with nice historical detail thrown in; kind of like a fast walk through corrected economic history. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary E. Dyal
This is by far the best, most clearly and understandably written book on the benefits of capitalism I've come across. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ElizabethSC
I've never understood if these Austrian Economists are so hot, why Austria is such a minor player in the world economy. Physician heal thyself.Published 5 months ago by JayTee
A must read for everyone. Many conservatives and libertarians recommend Henry Hazlit's book on economics, but i couldn't get through it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by alman5555