Who stole our market economy?: The desperate need for socioeconomic progress
This book discusses the current landscape of our market economy, which is in the hands of financiers and billionaires who decrease competition as well as consumer power. In order for society to fully thrive and provide its members higher living standards and quality of life, it must distribute and deliver the fruits of the economic activity without discrimination and favoritism. This book exposes the real problem of economic inequality, poverty, and the elimination of the middle class and argues for a progressive market economy in the face of regressive conservatism. The author warns of business failures, rigid and unrealistic laws, widespread unemployment, and class warfare without a fair, functional system. Until action is taken to reverse this situation, our market economy will continue to be abused by the greedy and the powerful, stripping it of any potential for advancement and growth.
Who Stole Our Market Economy?: The Desperate Need For Socioeconomic Progress
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Samli. (2017). Who stole our market economy? the desperate need for socioeconomic progress (1st ed. 2017.). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-53801-3