Summary: A collection of excellent essays by Rand, Alan Greenspan (her former student) and others, on the "moral aspects of capitalism." These enlightening works obliterate, root and branch, the oft-touted "arguments" against free markets. Have you found yourself floundering when answering someone's assertion, for example, that "Child Labor Laws were needed to prevent greedy capitalists from forcing children to work in factories" or "Unrestrained capitalism leads to monopolies and abuse" or "Society is just too complex to allow pure capitalism"?--well, flounder no more! This book shatters such false claims and arms the reader with a stockpile of intellectual ammunition, enabling him to defend capitalism on practical and moral grounds. (24 essays in all; 341 pages total)
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