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George F. Will
“It is true, but insufficient, to argue that free enterprise makes us better off. Arthur Brooks makes the indispensable point that it also makes us better. Having stumbled far down the road to serfdom, we are much in need of Brooks’ trenchant case for a change of course.”
I recommend that all registered voters who want a great America read this book.
This book is a very good explanation of why the free enterprise has been and will continue to be the best system for people to prosper.
It is wonderful, as you read the book, to rediscover truths about what makes America such a special place.
The author writes, somewhat paranoiacally, as if there was some big, nefarious movement afoot to deprive others from opportunity and freedom and entrepreneurship. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Peter P. Fuchs
I have never read so many fallacies in one book. The author tries to promote free enterprise but is not even able to give it a definition.Published 6 months ago by Antoine Fromentin
This book is a very good explanation of why the free enterprise has been and will continue to be the best system for people to prosper.Published 15 months ago by Ken Landrum
Brooks effectively makes the case that Free Enterprise is the "moral high ground" vs. a society in which government plays a larger and larger role. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kindle Customer
I couldn't read fast enough. Someone finally put into words what I feel. Mr. Brooks outlines means that can be undertaken to regain (dare I say redeem? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jim North
This is a very enlightening book on the Capitalist system and how America and its economy has and can continue to flourish.Published 21 months ago by Lampjefe
should be read by the kids in school it would teach them a bit about this country and the way it was designed.Published 23 months ago by James G. Anastos TELLS THE TRUTH which is less helpful to sellers.
I've never been able to adequately explain the moral basis for capitalism before. With some re-reading, this will be my go-to resource.Published 23 months ago by Jon H. Georg