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Who Owns America: A New Declaration of Independence
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With a thorough grounding in both the free market and freedom; the authors of this book spoke presciently in 1936 in terms so timeless that their words seem as though they were written last year. Who Owns America explains this phenomenon and also how it can be fixed and avoided in the future WITHOUT resorting to statist economic models such as socialism.
In a series of essays written during the Great Depression, the authors lead the reader through a comprehensive re-thinking of economics, employeeism and priorities.
Too often, economic ideas are presented along a continuum between socialism and capitalism; with the implicit message that options along that continuum are all that is available. For the first time for many readers, this book will open the eyes and the mind to a whole new world of very worthwhile ideas that fall outside of the artificial limitations imposed by economic labels.
I recommend this book very highly to anyone who would like to REALLY understand the fundamental economic issues we are facing instead of blindly accepting the re-digested garbage from people with a current political axe to grind.
Allen Tate's 'Notes on Liberty and Property' in my estimation is the keystone of this book. Tate's essay concentrates on the correlation between political freedom and the widespread diffusion of freehold private property amongst the citizenry. Andrew Lytle's 'The Small Farm Secures the State' is also a meaningful contribution.Read more ›