Brink Lindsey



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The Captured Economy: How t...

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The Age of Abundance: How P...

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Human Capitalism: How Econo...

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Against the Dead Hand: The ...

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Antidumping Exposed: The De...

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Reviving Economic Growth: P...

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“American capitalism is derided for its superficial banality, yet it has unleashed profound, convulsive social change. Condemned as mindless materialism, it has burst loose a flood tide of spiritual yearning. The civil rights movement and the sexual revolution, environmentalism and feminism, the fitness and health-care boom and the opening of the gay closet, the withering of censorship and the rise of a “creative class” of “knowledge workers” – all are the progeny of widespread prosperity.”
Brink Lindsey, The Age of Abundance: How Prosperity Transformed America's Politics and Culture

“The rival ideologies of the left and right are both pining for the 50s. The only difference is that liberals want to work there, while conservatives want to go home there.”
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“is now composed of older, larger companies. And old, big companies do not start new businesses, innovate in profound disruptive ways, or create jobs.”
Brink Lindsey, Reviving Economic Growth: Policy Proposals from 51 Leading Experts



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