Capitalism and Freedom: The Contradictory Character of Globalisation
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Since ancient times the exercise of individual freedoms has been inseparable from the expansion of the market, driven by the search for profit. This force, namely capitalism, has stimulated human creativity and aggression in ways that have produced immense benefits. As capitalism has broadened its scope in the epoch of globalization, these benefits have become even greater...more
Hardcover, 345 pages
Published November 15th 2007 by Anthem Press
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