Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Piketty AND Egalitarianism Destroyed

Earlier today, I interviewed Professor Mark Hendrickson about his book, Problems with Piketty: The Flaws and Fallacies in Capital in the Twenty-First Century, for the upcoming May 31 Robert Wenzel Show.

I consider Hendrickson's book must reading for anyone interested in economics or public policy. The brief (99 pages) analysis of Thomas Piketty's million plus best seller, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, is devastating in its take down of Piketty's views and, especially, of the idea that within capitalism there is "an inequality problem." 

The book is extremely well written, fast reading and thorough. You won't have to trudge through Piketty's  685 page monstrosity after you read Hendrickson, he covers it all and covers all Piketty's errors.

This book is a great weapon against socialist thinking, leftist thinking in general and interventionist government, buy a copy for yourself and copies for all your lefty friends.


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