On our sister website, the Online Library of Law and Liberty, I've reviewed a very bad book, "Re-thinking Capitalism" edited by Michael Jacobs and Mariana Mazzucato. Here's the key-bit:Rethinking Capitalism is but the latest example of a notable stream of literature blaming capitalism for not accommodating the desires of its authors as quickly and comprehensively as they would like. Make no mistake, though, it is in its own way an important work. Arguments such as the ones I've explored won't convince an educated layman who comes to the book with no predisposition on the matter. But they are a formidable device to strengthen the convictions of those who already support big government. They would have us
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