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|Galbraith, John Kenneth We can safely abandon the doctrine of the eighties, |
namely that the rich were not working because they had too little money, the poor
because they had much. - Galbraith, John Kenneth By all but the pathologically ...
|Ellroy, James We can safely abandon the doctrine of the eighties, namely that the |
rich were not working because they had too little money, the poor because they
had much. - Galbraith, John Kenneth By all but the pathologically romantic, it is ...
|We will introduce a modest training levy for businesses with an exemption for |
those companies already providing acceptable standards of ... If inflation is too
much money chasing too few goods, then it is imperative that governments tackle
both sides of the equation. ... Professor J. K Galbraith recently commented, "We
can safely abandon the basic doctrine of the Eighties: namely that the rich were
not working because they had too little money, the poor because they had too
|A fiercely-reported indictment of how the American middle class has been condemned to terminal decline, from the authors of the New York Times bestseller America: What Went Wrong|
|New York's problems seem insurmountable now because its leaders and |
common folk alike can see no path through today's ... They are full of ideas —
some practical, some visionary, some provocative enough to start an insurrection.
... There are politicians who claim from the safety of their climate-controlled
limousines that we can't afford the plan. ... the city has simply let itself be bullied
near unto death: by the rich and the poor, and the selfish and the altruistic, by
people who live ...
|Supplemented with an appendix of related materials and forewords to earlier editions by the likes of Milton Friedman, and Hayek himself, this new edition of The Road to Serfdom will be the definitive version of Friedrich Hayek's enduring ...|
|David Cannadine offers a fresh and insightful perspective on these questions, uncovering the meanings of class for such disparate figures as Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and Margaret Thatcher.|
|While "affluent society" and "conventional wisdom" (first used in this book) have entered the vernacular, the message of the book has not been so widely embraced--reason enough to rediscover The Affluent Society.|
|One of the foremost critics of U.S. foreign policy delivers his insight into the ways that popular activism has led to substantial gains in freedom and justice around the world--and how those gains can be reached in the United States.|