The Relentless Revolution

The Relentless Revolution

A History of Capitalism

Book - 2010 | 1st ed.
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A historian provides a thorough account of the unlikely development of a potent historical force--the capitalist economic system, which provides a framework for the lives of many people around the world.
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780393068948
Branch Call Number: 330.12209 A648
Characteristics: xii, 494 p. ; 25 cm.

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StarGladiator
Mar 25, 2015

Oh, heaven help us! More revisionism [normally I wouldn't comment on this book, but it was in the queue], more reframing of history to fit the author's indoctrinated misperceptions. Try reading, for real intellectual honesty: The Invention of Capitalism, by Michael Perelman, Gangs of America, by Ted Nace, Private Equity at Work, by Professors Appelbaum and Batt, and Web of Debt, by Ellen Brown. [This book by Appleby reminds me of being taught that David Sarnoff invented television, when he stole it from Philo Farnsworth [along with stealing FM radio from Edwin Armstrong, et cetera].

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