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A Great Book To Teach "Common Sense" Capitalism
The book (available in several formats) is a defense of what I call common sense capitalism that embraces the need for regulation and a safety net, as well as competitive markets and informed consumers.
Corporate governance is a key subject because one of the powerful charges against capitalism is that it emphasizes shareholder rights at the expense of the welfare of workers and communities.
Other Books By Martin Lowy
About The Author
Martin Lowy is a veteran lawyer, banker, entrepreneur, and writer on economic subjects. He has investigated and written about the major financial debacles of the last half-century and has investigated many of the great financial frauds. He also has written two books and numerous articles on corporate governance.
What People Say About The Book
"For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." (Hamlet II, 2)
When something is rotten in the state of Denmark, Capitalism for Democrats helps us rethink and contextualize the whirligig of our current political climate, and returns reason to the spin of campaign rhetoric.
- Maureen Ryan, Shakespeare Scholar
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