Economic Insanity: How Growth-Driven Capitalism Is Devouring the American Dream

Economic Insanity How Growth Driven Capitalism Is Devouring the American Dream This provocative proposal exposes the misconceptions that drive our economic system and offers systematic and revolutionary solutions Economic Insanity questions the most basic assumptions behind our

  • Title: Economic Insanity: How Growth-Driven Capitalism Is Devouring the American Dream
  • Author: Roger Terry Willis Harman
  • ISBN: 9781881052326
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This provocative proposal exposes the misconceptions that drive our economic system and offers systematic and revolutionary solutions Economic Insanity questions the most basic assumptions behind our economic system and argues that its entire structure must be challenged Terry challenges readers to stop looking for answers within the system and look instead to changing tThis provocative proposal exposes the misconceptions that drive our economic system and offers systematic and revolutionary solutions Economic Insanity questions the most basic assumptions behind our economic system and argues that its entire structure must be challenged Terry challenges readers to stop looking for answers within the system and look instead to changing the system.

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    1 thought on “Economic Insanity: How Growth-Driven Capitalism Is Devouring the American Dream”

    1. Bought this book for $1 in the lobby of the Santa Cruz Public Library. Terry offers a succinct explanation of why growth-oriented capitalism is unsustainable. Short bookjust 100+ pages.He doesn't really suggest any alternatives (to the current economic system) other than a change in the structure of the ownership of capital.

    2. The argument is great and really changes the way you view American economics, but it gets repetitive after a certain point.

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