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- Publication date : August 19, 2019
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 438 pages
- ASIN : B07WRG189V
- File size : 2098 KB
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
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- Page numbers source ISBN : 163069178X
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Step by step, Prof. Ebeling lays the foundation of why free society is so essential to the prosperity of humanity. In doing so, as clear as daylight, he shows how the new “progressives” are nothing more than old tyrannical central planners in new cloths. He lays the blame squarely at academia’s feet, and the monopoly of government on education. He shows how the socialist democrats repress free thinking and talk, successfully squelching debate of their ideas similar to how the Nazi and Soviet propaganda machines used language and indoctrination in schools to suppress resistance.
Ebeling’s analysis of the reasons capitalism is now reviled in large segments of the US population is illuminating. From simple ignorance of how the market works (people just expect goods they want to appear on the shelves like magic), to arrogance of the intellectual class who believes it knows what is best for billions of people better than they themselves know, to simply green envy of others’ success. But at the end, it's simply that some people “would rather see the enslavement of all than deal with the burdens of being free themselves.”
In the age of identity politics by the Left and the Right, Ebeling’s book is like a beacon of intellectual courage. It might be the only thing standing between us and “progressive” violent end to the greatest experiment in human history.