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Only Capitalism Can Save Us

By: Steve Johnson

12/14/2009 - 22 Comments

In the end only capitalism can save us as the economy continues to spiral out of control. 

The U.S. economy is in big trouble as noted by refusing to create new jobs, burdened by the government bailout programs and bad monetary policies.

Capitalism is the only chance we have to rebuild the economy and rebuild the value of our currency.  Capitalism is bold and fresh and it can leap over a building in a single bound. 

Steve Forbes, one of the greatest business leaders in history has just released his new book, How Capitalism Will Save Us: Why Free People and Free Markets Are the Best Answer in Today's Economy

How Capitalism Will Save Us: Why Free People and Free Markets Are the Best Answer in Today's Economy


Capitalism has been miss-represented by the political leaders in their attempt to dodge the blame for the recession. But the reality remains that capitalism is the greatest success story of history and the only system capable of providing an effective way of meeting peoples needs while fostering the democratic and moral values of a free society.

This book shows how the economy really works. The foundation of economy growth is limited government and a reasonable value of money - with higher interest rates.

When free people in free markets have energy to solve problems and meet the needs and wants of others, they turn scarcity into abundance and develop the innovations that are the foremost drivers of economic growth.

Everyone should read this book, so that the true potential of our economy can once again be restored.  

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