Capitalism pretends to be free enterprise, but this book shows it destroys free enterprises and seeks control over all the governments of the world. Atlas Shrugged and Wealth of Nations are discussed and shown to be deeply flawed as a source of economic guidance. Some of the catch phrases often used to dismiss the effectiveness of government action, such as "e;I'm from the government and I'm here to help"e;, or "e;I will run government like a business"e;, or maybe "e;Greed is really good for everybody"e;, and a number of others are discussed. When they are mentioned, often accompanied by a chuckle and laughter, they sound dismissive. Here is a different look at those comments. What is the trade-off between production and the concept of "e;profit"e;? The book also shows how many politically powerful corporations need wars to fight and prisoners in prison to increase their profits.
Capitalism: Servant or Master?