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Are the rich necessary? : great economic arguments and how they reflect our personal values

Author: Hunter Lewis
Publisher: Mt. Jackson, VA : Axios Press, 2007.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lewis, Hunter.
Are the rich necessary?
Mt. Jackson, VA : Axios Press, 2007
(OCoLC)608349053
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hunter Lewis
ISBN: 9780975366202 0975366203
OCLC Number: 124025828
Description: viii, 277 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The central economic problem. Why are we still so poor? ; The appeal of science ; Economic arguments --
pt. 2: The rich. Are the rich necessary? --
pt. 3: The rich in a democracy. Are the rich compatible with democracy? --
pt. 4: Profit-making. Are private profits necessary? --
pt. 5: Profit-making and depressions --
Does the profit system cause depressions? --
pt. 6: The global profit system. Does global free trade destroy jobs? --
pt. 7: Glaring inequality. Are there alternatives to the profit system? ; Should we accept this degree of inequality? --
pt. 8: Greed. Does the profit system glorify greed? --
pt. 9: Government. Can government protect us from the excesses of the profit system? --
pt. 10: Central banks. Can central banks protect us from the excesses of the profit system and lead the economy? --
pt. 11: Four economic value systems. Competing economic value systems --
pt. 12: Reconciling opposing viewpoints. Expanding the non-profit sector --
Appendices --
A. What is a "fair" price? --
B. What exactly are profits? --
C. Did the U.S. Congress trigger the stock market bubble of the late 1990s?
Responsibility: Hunter Lewis.
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