He makes something complex a surprisingly easy read.
I suppose that I've always assumed that markets were, in the U.S. anyway, pretty-sorta-kinda- free, but Mr. Marshall eloquently disabused me of that notion in a hurry.
Marshall's book is a real step outside the standard two sided American political/economic argument, and into the broader field of what an economy could be.
This book performs a valuable service by emphasizing government's crucial role in both directly and indirectly structuring markets. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. J. Sutter
I'd suggest "Capitalism and Government Are Friends After All", an article on Bloomberg that led me to this book, for a sample, of the subject matter. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DisgruntledFellow
This is a wonderful book! I think it is an excellent antidote to those who are ideologically committed to the wonders of the free market. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Richard Bolan
Marshall takes on a heady subject and offers a fresh, believable perspective, skewering a few myths and rumpled ideologies along the way. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Curtis Johnson