Capitalism Revisited: How to Apply Capitalism in Your Life
by David J. Kroll, Edited by Dawn Schout
What to do in the wake of lingering economic recession, and the unabated encroachment of government in the daily economic lives of Americans?
First, its time to realize redistribution does not work, and in fact, it goes essentially against the principle of free association established by the Founding Fathers and upheld by the Constitution.
Secondand most importantlyits time to apply the sound mechanisms of pure capitalism, or pure working of free, unhindered market system in our daily lives. When you do, you will come to know the power of taking ownership of your time, labor, property, money, and all the assets you have in your hands, while enjoying the option to spread gainful economic activity not just through employment, but also of making the best of new business or entrepreneurial models that work for you, not against you.
In Capitalism Revisited: How to Apply Capitalism in Your Life by David Kroll, we see salient solutions to the economic woes that are plaguing the US andby extensionthe world economy as well.
About the Author
David J. Kroll graduated with an associate degree in culinary arts and also studied political science during his college years. He was born and still lives in Zeeland, Michigan where he is also an active member of the church and various community groups such as Zeeland Classis CRC, Garden of Hope as well as the duties of a Precinct Delgate. Other than writing and reading, he also plays sports and card or boardgames.
(2012, paperback, 190 pages)