"A brilliant piece of intellectual exploration." -- Michael Novak
"A magnificent defense of marriage and family." -- First Things
"Economists, theologians, philosophers, and business people will do well to meditate deeply on her insights." -- Rev. Robert A. Sirico
"This book will reward all readers who care about economic theory and want to understand its limitations as well as its uses." -- Richard A. Epstein, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law
"This important and persuasive book may itself be part of the solution." -- National Review
"You can read it in a day, but what it says may stay with you for a lifetime." -- Thomas Sowell, The Hoover Institution
From the Publisher
JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE taught economics for fifteen years at Yale and George Mason University before moving to California, where she combines her vocation as wife and home-schooling mother with writing and lecturing. A research fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford and the author of numerous articles in scholarly and popular journals, Dr. Morse contributes regular columns to Forbes magazine and the National Catholic Register.