Mr. Phillip's book is a true classic.
Well-researched book that looks at the historical and present-day facts about the often negative effects of wealth on democracy and the current tax cuts for the rich.
If you think the economy is bad now, keep taking away from the wealthy and it may just stop completely.
Amazingly articulate in describing the effects of wealth and power on economies. I found the book to be captivating and informative.Published 4 months ago by James Barrett
This book provides a broad perspective of economic trends describing the interaction of politics, greed and business. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Frech
The book opened my eyes of how the tricks by interplay of the wealthy and power hurt people in general. Excellent detail and order of explanation.Published 7 months ago by John Alexander Balestrery
Kevin Phillips always has hi s facts and arguments lined up. sometimes a bit difficult to follow the threads he weaves, but worth the effort.Published 8 months ago by Eugene S Casey
Phillips' Wealth and Democracy seems written like a series of lengthy magazine articles about wealth makers and wealth takers. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Len Garden
The author presents interesting empirical parallels between the economic and class characteristics of the British empire during its decline and similar empirical characteristics in... Read morePublished on August 27, 2012 by Thomas McDonald
I can't add much to what's already been said. However once you read this book you will understand only too well how the Rich get rich and how they get richer. Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by EASY TRAVELER
I find it comical that many of those trashing the book for being biased are displaying at least as much bias in their reviews. Read morePublished on July 22, 2011 by Mankhost
First, I'd like to say it's intensely amusing to read all of the 1 star reviews in a row. I'd say there were at most three authors, and maybe just one dedicated crank. Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by dougbo